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6/6 ~* t .... :.::, 78/54 72/48 64/48 Mainly Partly Occasional sunny. Highs cloudy, showers pos- in the upper Highs in thesible. Highs 70s and lows low 70s and in the mid in the mid lows in the 60s and lows 50s. upper 40s. in the upper 40s. [KI ....... ,:%: ~:-., ~ ~, ........ 63/49 71/50 Few showers.Chance of Highs in theshowers. low 60s and Highs in the lows in the low 70s and upper 40s. lows in the low 50s. I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,!,111,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 *******MIXED ADC 555 911311999 SmallTownPavers 5026 CALIFORNIA AVE SW SEA'UI'I,F, WA 9g 136-120g Wednesday June 3, 2009 $1.00 VOLUME NO. 24 NUMBER 40 12 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Commencement held for fifty nine seniors at WWG - By Tom Merchant "-'-Laugh as much Sentinel Tribune flowers were pinned on the taken their places; the band Baumann thanked those as you breathe, WWG -- Sunday after- lapels of the graduates. In a played the National for attending their gradua- noon :fifty nine seniors pre- few moments they will Anthem followed by the tion. He also thanked the pared to make their final march as students of vou live" Westbrook Walnut Grove ily. " school. At home the ham Side by side they ened for the senior slideentitled 'Let Me Hold You ,.,j ..... and turkey sandwiches, marched into the gymnasi-show which was produced Longer," by Karen t, ctoo i, OttU punch, cake and mints areum as the band played the by Jaynnah Parker, JackieFdngsbury. It was a story, Taylor, Jenny Baxter, Grace written from a parents per- ness the class experienced boat. During iiaig " }ii's % lee ftfl smile, dire mn of Mrs. Constance the water and told them to Grads watched as their Classmates entered the gymnasium. rich according to what he is, Woelber introduced the Continued on page 3 Andrew Hewitt named Administrator of Good Samaritan Society - Westbrook By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK- Friday May 22 a special ceremony was held at the Good Samaritan Society in Westbrook to present the keys to new administrator Andrew Hewitt. At the gathering Darlene Bloch welcomed the guests and residents. Spiritual Minister Suellen Dusek read a devotion. Regional director Tom Severson spoke and wel- comed Hewitt to the new position. Interim administrator Nancy Wepplo presented Hewitt with the keys to the center. Executive Director Tim Swoboda and past administratoralso wel- comed Hewitt. Hewitt a native of rural Granite Falls grew up on a farm and attended Yellow Medicine East high school at Granite Falls. Hewitt attended Augustana College at Sioux Falls where he graduated with a degree in BA in Business and a minor in Gerontology. While in college he did several internships at facili- ties in Sioux Falls, and at the Granite Falls Hospital and Manor. "I got interested in long term care while growing up. I volunteered at a nursing home, and always enjoyed working with the elderly and being able to help peo- ple," he said. Hewitt knew the licen- sure in Minnesota was more difficult than most states, but despite that-he was determined to get back to Minnesota to work. He began his administer in training program last September at Ottumwa, Iowa where he helped with a certificate of need for a new building project. In October Hewitt began the process of getting licen- sure for nursing home administrator. The process re'quires a bachelors degree and eight required courses in nursing home management, and 400 hours of practicum in facili- ties. Along with that the applicant must submit a complete resume, and take both state and national tests. Hewitt received notifi- cation that he passed both tests. He has been working pri- marily at the Good Samaritan Center in Windom and part time in Westbrook. He currently is working full time in Westbrook, but will be shar- ing some of his time helping out in. St. James with Tim Swaboda. Hewitt said, "I enjoy helping people and this is my way of doing that through this profession." Changing keys Continued on page 3 May been the driest May in 75 years in Minnesota. But Last Thursday the area got a smidgen of rain that hardly relieved the dry conditions throughout the area. June is considered the wettest month of the year in Minnesota, but so far that prognostication does not look good at least for the first part of June. 11 i i ON RECORD PAGE 2 INSIDE PAGE 3 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 FAITH & FAMILY PAGE 5 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 EDUCATION PAGE 8 SPORTS PAGE 9 " AREA FOCUS PAGE I0 CLASSIFIED PAGE 1 1 AREA FOCUS PAGE 12 SPRING SPORTS PAGE 9 INFORMATION " CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING CIRCULATION 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859' W Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2009 Sentinel Tribune