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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Area Focus Wednesday, May 26, 2004 $ounvls of Spring Choir Concert The Boys Fifties group sang "Sitting Dock of The Bay" The Concert Choir perfroming "Joy in the Morning" by Sleeth. i' 'L j Constance Knott directed the Vocal Jazz Ensemble at the choir con- cert last Tuesday night. The Choralaires performed "A Wink and a Smile at the concert last Tuesday a week ago. Entries sought for the 2004 Southern MN Youth Dairy Show Entries are now open for the 2004 Southern bin Youth Dairy Show (SMYDS). The show will be held June 26 at the Brown Count), Fairgrounds, New Ulm. This Youth Dairy Show is open to any exhibitor between the ages of 7-21 years old the day of the show. Entries can be made, in both grade and registered divisions, for the following breeds: Aryshire. Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn and Red and Whites. An entry fee per head will be charged for entries post- marked by June 4. Late entries will be subject to a larger entD" fee. The show will include a Novice exhibitor class, breed group classes, selection of Supreme Champion Grade and Supreme Champion Registered animals along with Showmanship classes in 3 age divisions. PDCA Code of Ethics and PDCA class definitions will be in effect for this show. SMYDS also recognizes outstanding production and exhibitors are encouraged to submit production informa- tion with their entries. Animals with the highest production in each milking class for 305 day completed records of milk, fat and pro- tein will be recognized. The Southern MN Youth Dairy Show is managed by the SMYDS Volunteer Show Committee and is funded solely through donation and entry fees. To make a dona- tion or for entry information i ii i Good Samaritan STAR employee for May 2004 Deb Gertner .LPN Cooks. Cleans. Heats. Saves. He's got multi-tasking down pat. Propane does so many things so well. To learn more, visit  I -----. Your Professional MN Propane Dealers 1-877-252-0171 The Freshmen class perfromed "River contact Southern bin Youth phone Dairy Show. C/O Chair Paul email at Fritsche. 25733 Co. Rd. 12, "mailto: New Ulm, MN 56073 or" Gutknecht supports budget conference re Renews call for vote on caps, PAYGO First District Congressman Gil Gutknecht supports the Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 424, the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2005. Gutknecht issued the following statement upon passage of the measure: "'This budget, while not perfect, is a step in the right direction. By free g defense. Security spending, move more quickly eliminating As we move will hold leadership commitment to vote eretionary and PAYGO in the weeks. These budget enforcement ures will help rein ful Washington Find us on the Web www.lyon-siouxpres Dedicated to the Wol:k of Healing Jeffery Cassel, Musa - ivarwan., Family Practice, MD Intemal Kelly Hoffman, FNP Vivian dutsum, Family Nurse Practitioner Family Nurse YOUR HEALTH CARE TEAM C * lntemal Practice & Family Practice * Well Child * 13Y * Comprehensive Physicals * Wellness Exams * Immunizations, incl. Minnesota vaccines \\; Call for  or Appointments available 9 a.m, - 4:30 p.m. Saturday 10 a.r0-" Appointments for Urgent Care Available Westbrook Health 920 Bell Ave., Westbrook, MN. .... www.westbrookhealthcenter