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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, May 26, 2004 Page 5 Charger Notes.... By Leo Theisen Athletic Director athletic year is just about over. Over 90 stu- participated in high school athletics this year. 16 different sports that students can participate in Ithe year. Every student has an opportunity to expe- Ccess during this participation. As we wrap up the Year and the athletic career of 19 senior student-ath- hope that something positive can be remembered athletes. WWG schools will continue to give the to all students who want to meet the challenge in athletics. season tournaments start this week. Congrats Golf team and the softball team on winning the Conference championship last week. Please try to these events: subsection at Windom on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at Marshall on Friday at 9:00 a.m. sections at Dawson on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. sections at Pipestone on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. luck to all of the teams. Seminar in grades 6-11 are invited to a weightlifting at the Westbrook gym and weight room on June 15 from 6:00 - 9:00 pro. Bruce Remme from School will be conducting the seminar. There to attend. Camps at WWG this summer: p -- June 14-17 |[lasketball Camp- June 21-25 Football Camp at USD -- July 14-16 --register by will not be hosting a girls basketball camp but I you to attend 'qhe Chute" shooting camp at Jeffers on June 14-15. Contact Mr. Hannan or for more details. a great summer!!!!! t nd graders raise money Second Graders went to work in order to be able to give a gift of new to the Westbrook Health Center. The Second Grade class set up a lemon-aid ear the high school cafeteria area. All proceeds went towards the purchase of that the class chose from their scholastic book order. The students thor- this endeavor, and shared how sometimes they were asked to sing a tip. Sheri Olson and Priscilla Comnick are shown acceptiong the new Mrs. Berg's Second Grade class, on behalf of the Westbrook Health High School Council raises for food shelf BETTER INFORMED VOTERS WWG High School Council in conjunc- Springfest raised the area food Student Council Dunk Tank dur- Week where various along with Mr. sat in the tank the Student raise $63.00. Throughout the week the high school Student Council also worked on rais- ing money for the food shelf by collecting donations. A challenge was made to the staff and students that if $100.00 was raised for the food shelf, Mr. Woelber agreed to allow the Student Council to bleach his hair. If over $100.00 was raised for the food shelf, he would agree to the bleach and add some red highlights to it. $103.00 was raised and Mr. Woelber was a true sport by allowing his hair to be bleached and red highlights added. Also, this year at the spring dance which was held on Saturda), May 8 a free- will donation was asked for at the Grand March and $79.00 was raised. Last Friday, the follow- ing student council members met at Maynard's to spend the $245.00 for selecting food for the food shelf. Those council members were: Jodi Cooley, Jenny Lund, Brennan Enstad, Alex Scarset, Bekah Kopperud, Alex Johnson, Meghan Warner, Paul Rupp, Brian Theisen and Micah Rupp. Kindergarten Class with Olive The Westbrook Kindergarten Class, Mrs. Schneider, and Ms. Bormann along with "Olive" the cow posing for a picture and enjoying some ice cream treats. Feeding calf - Lining up to feed the new calf milk in a bottle ;enth I00endra lrom & Dad WWG Middle School Whopper Feed and Carnival On Thursday, May 27th the WWG school will be hold- ing it's annual Whopper Feed and Spring Carnival for all ages! The Whopper feed will begin at 5:30 and last until 7:00 p.m. The meal will include a whopper, chips, pop and dessert. Treat your- self to an evening out come and join us for a whop- per! The spring carnival will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will last until 8:30 p.m. The theme is "Pirates of the Caribbean" and will include a variety of games for all ages and door prizes! Remember -- this is a family event for all ages!!! Please come and join the fun!!! CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 Kindergarten visits "Thistle Dew Dairy" Ms. Bormann's kinder- garten class visited the 'q'histle Dew Dairy". last Thursday, at the Bruce and Jane Pederson farm south- west of Storden. While there, they were able to bottle feed calves, learn about and pet a cow, see, feel, and smell the feed that the cows eat. They also got to see how cows were milked and learned the importance of dairy foods in their daily diets to promote strong bones and teeth in their bod- ies. Kim Lohse explained how the cows are milked in a modern dairy parlor. The highlight of the day for the kids was when they received ice cream treats. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers M00Lgnet Arts Pr agram Luke Nelson My name is Luke Nelson and I am a student in the Arts Magnet Partners Program. I have been tak- ing guitar lessons this year with my mentor, Kathryn Ward. Kathryn has her own music studio called "Kathryn's Music Studio". Kathryn teaches guitar, piano and voice lessons at her studio. We meet for guitar les- sons every Tuesday at Kathryn's Music Studio in Windom, MN. My lessons are 30 minutes in length. This year during my lesson times I learned all about the guitar. I have learned the parts of a guitar, mainte- nance, tuning, and replacing strings. My mentor and I have been working on nam- ing strings, how a chord is formed, and reading chord charts. We arc also working on fingerstyte picking and fiat picking, l am learning major and minor scales, gui- tar techniques and effects, and composition. Working with Kathryn Ward is a great learning experience for me and I am enjoying my guitar lessons very much, Thank you to the Arts Magnet Partners Program for making my gui- tar lessons possible. Tasha Nelson I'm Tasha Nelson, a sen- ior at Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School. I am a student in the Arts Magnet Partners Program. My men- tor is Patricia Masek. I have been taking private flute les- sons for the past 4 years. We meet on Saturday mornings at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD. My lessons are 45 minutes in length. During my lesson time we work on scales, etudes, prel- udes, and top register stud- ies for the flute. Working with Patricia Masek has been a great learning experi- ence for me. I have learned so much through the years and have enjoyed taking flute lessons with my men- tor. I plan on going to Augustana College in the fall for music educatmn. I know my flute lessons have been beneficial for my future. College News Ross Williams graduates Ross Williams graduated on May 12, 2004, from the Alexandria Technical College. Ross was part of the Advanced Caterpillar Technician Program. Leah Enstad graduates A total of 385 students participated in Augustana College's commencement service on Sunday, May 23, in the Sioux Falls Arena. Among the graduates was Leah Caroline Enstad, Revere, MN, with a Bachelor of Arts in Nursing. Charger Greenh0t.,se Mark00: BaskGts Closed Monday Memorial Day HOURS FINAL DAY Monday -'aturday ' WWG 9:00 am :E! ! ..,. . t.7:o s 9:00 am - 8:00 pm '  - "--Ie: $07-274-6111 Get your summer plants and help support the WWG Horticulture and Greenhouse Management Classes. III I I II I