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TRIBUNE Edu - ati on Wednesday, June 2, 2004 Page 5 note; This story is being run in it's to correct the wrong story that ran last week. commencement for Sunday students will with honors mt Sunday afternoon May 30th. everything will group of young ladies and young men. Thirty set off to make their way in the world, each fol- paths. be a climactic day for these students who have last thirteen years of formal schooling to prepare the future. will begin 'with the traditional Fanfare played as the seniors enter the -mnasi- school hand will perform the school song "Go U followed by the national anthem. show produced by Chris Olsem, ,Josh Winter. and Andrea Hannan will be presented. speakers Rebekah Kopperud and Nathan reflect their thoughts about graduation. ensemble will perform "'One Moment in Time" and John Bettis. directed by Constance school choir will perform "'I Hope You Dance" hts. school band under the direction of Mr. Tom will perform soundtrack highlights from "Robin Mr. William Richards will introduce the High Loy Woelber will introduce the com- Mr. Leo Theisen. Theisen's address is C's of Life". will present the graduating class, with Eugene Kronback presenting diplomas to the recessional the seniors will receive friends outside the gymnasium. In case of inclement line will be in the halls of the school. awards night Merchant Team to state with an Tribune ...... impressive individual plac- ing of 9th in the region. At Last week the the state she "helped her Walnut Grove team place 8th. their annual Following, a slide show ight. presentation, was given by the opening Brittany Conrad, Emily and introduction Deprez, and Andrea FFA Hannan. Were to Other awards given were for her help for high fi'uit sales, Denise and to Butch Tietz was first with Sl.S00. his help with the Michael Jans was second sports team. with over 8600 sold. the Chapter Star The Shooting Sports ere given. The Star team had a successful year Award was placing well during the sea- Lund. Jenny son and placing 5th as a her Ag Sales pro- team at state for trap and receiving a bronze 8th in skeet shooting. She also serves The Poultry team place Sentinel. 16th at State. Chapter farmer The Nursery Landscape to Jordan team placed 9th at State participated with a gold rating. Soils contest for The Dairy Foods team three years, helping -placed 8th at State with a win two second gold rating. a first in the Soils The Dairy Cattle team Jordan also has place 4th at State with a gold current president rating. The Meats team placed 8tar Greenhand 3rd at State with a gold team to Denise rating. as test plot The Soils team took top in Walnut Grove, honors in the state placing $1,800 worth of first with a gold rating. chapter's annual Jordan Dibble place 2nd as She helped an individual. the Dairy Foods Leaps and Bounds Summer Dance Camp The Girl Scouts Peacepipe Council announces that it will be offering Summer Dance Camp for girls completing 1 - 3 grades. The Dance Camp will be held ,July 19- 22 from 10 am - noon at the Walnut Grove School Cafeteria. (}iris do not need to be Girl Scouts in order to attend. For further registration information, contact the Girl Scouts Peacepipe Council at 800-332-4465. Registration deadline is Safe and sober Last week area law enforcement held a safe and sober day at the high school. Alan Wahl rode with Victor Vondracek who was wearing driving impaired goggles. Officer Brandy Vandekieft rode with this driver having difficulty with the impaired goggles. Area news briefs Fulda -- Brenda Wehking, of the Fulda Women of Toda); was recently honored with the Key Woman Award at the Annual State Women of Today Convention in Mankato. The Key Woman award is the highest award bestowed on a member of the MN Women of today and has rigid standards. Lamberton -- Gordon Wille, who has been manger of the Lamberton American Legion Club the past 21 months, has resigned effective June 5 and has accepted employment at Ochs Brick and Tile in Springfield. Slayton -- The 13th annual Lake Shetek Walleye Fishing Tournament was a success with 122 teams fish- ing. Due to the fog starting time was 8 a.m. instead of 7:30 a.m. David and Mike McCormick got $1500 for first place and GaD" DeBates and Don Stanek got $150 for fifth place. Tracy -- Tracy City Council members heard some good and bad news about the Tracy Aquatic Center. I]ae good news is that engineering experts think that the aquatic center can be repaired. The bad news is that engineers also identified a wide assortment of aquatic center prob- lems that need to be corrected before the $1.8 million center can be put back in operation. In November the council had been told by another engineering firm the problems were severe enough to consider the demolition of the pool structure. Windom -- The latest string of local drug-related arrests includes a disturbing common thread -- all three involved the sale of"ice" methamphetamines. Arrested on suspicion of selling drugs were : Thomas James Nelson. 28, Windom; Jessica Marie Verschelde, 21, Fairmont; Gregory Wayne Verschelde, Jr., 23, Windom. Merna Malmberg watched as students attempted to shoot baskets with impaired goggles. Deputy Sheriff Jeff Lacanne gave a breathalizer test to Jodi Cooley. She blew a .00 CARE IN A HOME SETTING information, contact Dolly Hewitt at 212-O073 or 828-5694 encourage our residents to maintain an active they choose in recreational I ongoing functional activities. Springside, you will receive 24-hour supervision with bathing, dressing, ambulation, toileting also supervise or administer medications as your meals plus snacks are served residents may help to prepare if they wish. 'housekeeping services are also available. 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