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trlNEL TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, May 19, 2004 Page 5 Charger Notes.... By Mona Ourada School Counselor t to believe that the school year is almost over. We with concerts and field trips. The end of the year is 'hectic. Sophomores finished job shadowing in our lities. Junior and senior girls had a session on basic fse. On May 26, the junior and senior class will be ing impaired vision. Goggles with altered lenses ttsed to show students how difficult it is to walk in a tline, to catch a ball. and to drive a golf cart if your Simpaired by alcohol. High school students will agam te in "project pickup" around our communities. mer reminder. I will be talking about personal ith the elementary students. ea safe and happy summer filled with lots of quality Pent with family and friends. 00brook College IOol News Menu 141-28, 2004 tt: May: Cereal, yogurt, '. Y: Egg biscuit. day: PB&J. fruit, Ltlla. y: Sausage, bis- cuit, milk. lay: Cinnamon roll, ilk : lay: Cooks choice,  Stars, fruit choice, , sandwiches, milk, lay: French toast, Ige, omelets, juice, Choice, sandwiches, lllesday. Chicken l, Corn, fried beans, choice, sandwiches. Boyd Johnson receives Norman E. Albrecht Scholarship Bovd Charles Johnson, Walnut Grove, a student at Hamline University, was presented with the Norman E..Albrecht Scholarship at the Hamline University Honors Day Awards Ceremony on May 6. The scholarship is presented to a mathematics major who has an excellent record of achievement. Johnson, a graduate of WWG High School. is the son of Bruce Johnson. Walnut Grove. da Y: Corn dogs, t potatoes, fruit Jason Swanson .lay: e}heken ,crinkle fries, fruit participates dwiches, milk. tulay  June 1st, NO in Student m'I%ST, NO LUNCH -Conference Inut Grove 00Ool bakfast and menus 8, 2004 t: .tever I have left in Chen teh: Y: Pizza, b/b, treat, it, milk day: Chicken , b/b, mashed pota- getable, fruit, milk Lesday: Italian . b/b, vegetable, la/heeseCOrn dogs, il vegetable, : All student Pack a ay Y, June 1: No lunch Jason Swanson of Walnut Grove was among 200 students who participat- ed in the fifth annual Student Scholarship and Creative Achievement Conference at Bemidji State University. Swanson is a senior majoring in pre-law. His presentation "Analyzing Minnesota's Changing Political Culture," looked at demographics in Minnesota and the possible move from a large Democratic state to a Republican state. Students presented research and academic work during the annual event. The conference is an oppor- tumty for students at BSU to share their experiences in learning with their peers and faculty. 00xury On the Shores of Beautiful Lake Pepin Adjacent to Lake City Marina lroom, Lake City, Minnesota 2-bathroom-Accommodates Six Persons [866-212-3877 (651) 345-5033 q-'fie T,, NO__T!C_E We are looking f00rr a few girls for parts (ages 8 to 15) for the Ingalls Wilder Pageant If interested call Deb at 009-3312 or Missy at 629-8073 !-00ILDER PAGEANT COMMITFEE Magnet Arts Program Senior Profiles Christy Olson I am playing the songs "Sonata in D Major" by Albenis, "Allegro I am Christy Olson and Scherzando" by Haydn, I am 17 years old. My men- "Prelude Op. 28, No. 6" by tor is Carol Mattison who Chopin, "Phygian Toccata" teaches me piano lessons. I by Verne and "On Wings of played "Sonata in D Major" Sound" by Brown. I am by Albenis for the MMTA playing a piece from each District Piano Contest on music period for this audi- January glst in Marshall. I tion. was chosen as a winner at On May 16th, I will play the District Contest and "Sonata in D Major" by competed at the state con- Albenis for the Spring Piano test at Bethel College in Recital. Mrs. Mattison is Eden Hills on March lath. going to teach me theory to On March 7th, I per- get me ready for my state formed "Phrygian Toccata" theory testing. At our by Mary Verne and "Sonata church I play piano for our in D Major" by Albenis at Sunday School. I enjoy Piano Festival. I received a learning to play new songs Superior rating. I have and perfecting my piano received Superior ratings for technique. the last eight years. Diana Olson I am Diana Olson and I am 14 years old. I take piano lessons from Carol Mattison. I played by mem- ory the songs "Breezes Gently Blowing" by Hudelson and "Waltz" by Shostakovich at the Piano Festival on March 7th. I received an Excellent Rating on my songs. I am playing the songs "Breezes Gently Blowing", "Waltz" by Shostakovich, "Cyberdance" by Bennett, "Caribbean Holiday" by Lancaster, "Hoe-Down" by Rollin, and will transpose "Etude in C" in two other keys for Music Guild on May 19th or 20th. I will also play 2 octaves of the scale in which each piece is written on the I, V, I chords and inversions for each song. On May 16th I will play "Breezes Gently Blowing" at the Spring Piano Recital. I look forward to learning how to play the piano better and to playing new and dif- ferent songs. Christopher Olsem Parents: Robert and Margaret Favorite Food: Tacos Movie: Lord of the Rings Music: The Reason, Hoobastank TV Show: Law and Order Book: The GraDes of Wrath High school class: Pre-calcu- lus and World History Possession: Camera Hobbies: Photography Place to eat out: Applebee's Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: in bed sleeping Person you admire and why: Parents because they are nice Place you would like to visit: Europe I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: balancing our lives because we are all so busy. If I could attend one special event this year it would be the: Olympics in Athens, Greece because I have always enjoyed watching the races Future plans: Saint John's University In school activities: Fall musical, One Act Play, Spring Play, Speech team, Knowledge Bowl, Big Brother, Big Sister Program, Jazz Band, FFA, Class co-treasurer Out of school activities: Sunday School Teacher Jamie Lynn Knakmuhs Parents: Jean and Carlos Knakmuhs Favorite Food: squash Movie: Danny Darko or Space Balls Music: COOL TV Show: Who's Line Is It Anyway? Book: Nothing in this book is true but it's exactly how things are High school class: any Art one Possession: brain! Hobbies: Art... crocheting, animal stuff Place to eat out: Pandora's Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: anywhere enjoy- able Person you admire and why: Maynard James Keenan - he's very intelligent and insanely talented Place you would like to visit: Europe, all over there I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: money because he nation has too much of a focus on it. Future plans: an Art school Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Cartoonist -- I've always enjoyed it One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: Be selling art for more than $4 a piece. Tabitha Mahon Parents: Cindy and Jeff Mahon Favorite Food: Mashed potatoes and pickles Movie: Ice Age, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo Music: All TV Show: Rugrats All Grown Up and Friends and Will and Grace Book: Don't Let Me Die by Diana Hoh. Possession: My cats, Tucker, Nala, Boo I Hobbies: Roller blading, ,reading, watching Place to eat out: Hardee s Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: at home sleeping Person you admire and why: My morn because she has put up ith me thing long, haha Place you would like to visit: My sister in Hawaii Future plans: CoLlege Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Undecided One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: Be done with school and maybe own a home/apartment In school activities: FCCLA, Choir, Cheerleading Out of school activities: Job at Amoco Westbrook - Walnut Grove Schools would like to thank these area businesses for allowing our sophomores to shadow you at work on Thursday, May 13 Dueber's City of Westbrook Maple View Estates Duane's Body Shop Johnson Feed & Equip. First Ave. Salon Good Samaritan Center Ingalls Wilder Museum Twila's Day Care Griffiths Grocery WB Health Center WG Oriental Store WG Post Office Lad's Manufacturing Seeger & Boeck Inc. Jackel's Construction Martha Jensen Therapeutic Massage Fond Memories Shetek Therapy Services WG Police Department Plum Creek Cabinets Midwest Bank WWG Schools Redwood Falls Hospital KJOE Radio Knakmuhs Agency Marlow's Amoco ,,, Slayton Vet Clinic Beate Trollvik Hi, I'm Beate Trollvik, and I'm 18 years old. I love to dance, and this past school year I have been in the Arts Partners Mentorship Program where I got a schol- arship for dance. I have taken dance classes in Lamberton, at Anita's Dance Conservatory. There I took a point-shoe ballet class taught by Sue Huls and a jazz class taught by Anita Runk. At the end of the year we have a dance recital where all the kids from each class perform and show off what they have learned throughout the year. I really look forward to this as a nice ending to my dance experi- ence in Lamberton. As a goal for this year, I have developed my skills, technique and experience in dance. And, of course, it has been really fun, which is what dance is about, having fun! Dance is also a good way to get your mind off everyday stress, and it is a nice way to show your emo- tions. It truly helps me get through a rough week. Dance is for everyone!