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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Page 9 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES May 26-30, 2014 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday - Memorial Day Tuesday - Tilapia, baby reds, scalloped corn, pista- chio dessert Wednesday Grilled chicken/bacon, cheese, fried potatoes, carrots, Margo bar Thursday - Taco salad, breadstick, lemon poppy seed, cake Friday - Bacon wrapped steaks, mashed potatoes, broccoli/cheese, banana bars For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 19, 1999 The youth of Trinity Lutheran/Johnsonville con- ducted an AAL Youth Serve Project recently. On May 1, ten youngsters and six adults met at Griffith's Market in Walnut Grove and purchased groceries for the Walnut Grove Food Shelf. Five hun- dred dollars was spend for the needed food items which were delivered to the host church, the methodist church in Walnut Grove. Participating were Trevor Maas, Zachery and Matthew Otto, Betsy and Michael Yanzer, Megan and Taryrm Dallenbach, Chelsie and Chase Dallenbach, and Courtney Bitker. On Friday, May 14, Run and Linda Boldaun from New Ulm presented a slide show presentation of wild life and nature to the third and fourth grade multi-age group at the elementary school. The Boldauns' granddaughter, Amber Boldaun, is a student at Walnut Grove elementary third grad e . THIRTY YEARS AGO May 17, 1984 ._Orlyn..,Wiemers of Manilla, IA, will be the new superintendent and elementa- ry principal at Walnut Grove Public School beginning July 1. Sue and Jeff Farber were kept busy during the week- end at the open house for Greenwood Nursery during Friday, Saturday, and Sundays open house. Many came in to look over the many plants, trees, and craft items avail- able from the store. Amy Farber set a Red Rock conference record in the shot put at the Conference Track Meet in Windom, May 19. She placed first in the event. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO May 21, 1969 A crew from the Soil Conservation Service began making tests this week to determine where a dam could be constructed at the new county park here. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Skarset observed their 25th wedding anniversary at the English Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon, with about 125 relatives and friends. The Revere Citizens Booster Club has prepared an ovemight parking area along Hwy. 14 for the convenience of travelers as well as for local picnickers. A picnic table and shelter is provided, and a security fight has been installed. , s Lawn & Landscaping Service 913 South Washington Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 Douglas C. Marks, Owner ATTENTION Residential & Commercial Customers wr or00rR Fertilizing Program  uHy.Licensed  Weed Control Program ce . Since 1990 .- Insect Control Program  F:-i.h-Tn-y_ ._ ully Insured Core Aeration - /N,/ "-4 Call to get an estimate on tO your lawn care needs for 20141 COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Hello to all from the staff and tenants at Country View! It's been a week of nice enough weather, how- ever I would like to see the sun shine a bit more! We still have not planted any flowers, but we have moved the lawn! This week the tenants have had the opportunity to par- ticipate in several different types of activities such as, BINGO, PoKeNo, J-I-N- G-O, Bone Builders, the walking program, Bible Study with Pastor Gene, Penny Ante, Solitaire Frenzy, GOLF, Phase 10, Rummy Cube, Mens Club (and Eldora Buchholz) played Pinochle and on Friday it was "Green Day" with root beer floats in the afternoon. I had a lot of fun playing spoons with Eldora Buchholz, LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED SERVING THE WESTBROOK AREA Georgiana Mincy and country. Enjoy your week! Annual dance recital Shirley Knakmuhs. It didn't get too wild, but we sure had a lot of laughs! Next week there will be nail painting, Luck Dog, the bus to Marshall and Womens Club where there will be knitting and cro- cheting. Monday after- noon is the 500 card tour- nament. Friday will be "Hat & Shades Day." Congratulations to the high school seniors. Graduation is a special time of reflection and accomplishment! They are preparing to start a whole new journey in their lives. We have two graduates, Jordaan Joel and Alexa Byers that are staff at Country View and did their celebrating with fam- ily and friends over the weekend. That's the news from the 241003 A troubled move Back in 1980 after purchasing the Botsford Lumber property the museum committee also purchased the Revere Depot from a junk yard in Lamberton. Less than half a mile down the road, the floor dropped out of the depot. It was rebuilt on the spot and eventually found its final resting place in Walnut Grove. File Photo. Anita's Conservatory of Dance will be presenting their annual dance recital on Sat. May 31 at the Red Rock Central High School auditori- um in Lamberton with shows at 1 p.m., 4 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. All students will perform in the two afternoon shows, while only the Wednesday students and Thursday Tumblers will perform in the "encore" presentation in the evening. This year's show is entitled "A Day in the Park." There will be three year olds through adults in routines in ballet, tap, jazz, and thumbling. The show will include songs that sing about different activities that are done in a park. The show will have special effects with fog, strobe, mirrored ball, new stage lighting, and lasers. There are three shows so there will be enough seat- ing for anyone in the commu- nities who would like to see some talented entertainers. The last show has the most seating available on the main floor and balcony. Everyone is welcome to attend. ! 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