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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS Minnesota Teen Program AGO which will be held in Morris this month. In its fourteenth June 10, 1998 year, the program seeks to Uff Da Days princess can- recognize outstanding young didates are Betty Patch, men throughout the state in a daughter of Shirley and fellowship setting, being cho- Richard Patch; Natalie sen on a basis of service and Hansen, daughter of Herb achievement in school and and Marcia Hansen; andcommunity. Laridee Dibble, daughter of Warren and Betty Dibble. FORTY FIVE Vera Larson accompanied Leslie and Lu Nelsen to the YEARS AGO 50th wedding anniversary June 13, 1968 open house honoring Elmer The Dovray Cafe, closed and Mavis Anderson at for several months, is now Dovray Sunday afternoon, open, thanks to the efforts of Later they attended the grad- Dovray businesssmen and uation reception for Zach other interested persons. Takle at the home of Jay and Mrs. Ruby Yochem will oper- Ruth Takle. ate the cafe assisted by Mrs. AriaRupp and Mr. Fritz THIRTY Randall. The cafe will serve YEARS AGO lunches and dinners. June 9, 1983 Pheasant chicks are a Twenty adults began the source of delight for Eric and beginners computer class Lee Bloch, sons of Mr. and which started Monday night Mrs. Jim Bloch, as they get at the high school. Taught by acquainted. The FFA has Jim Soil, the students are purchased 260 young birds busy getting acquainted with and will raise them. The the computers and learning chicks are being housed on about K's, Rams, and Rams. the Emie Bloch farm. More than 50 persons signed Former Westbrook resi- up for the class, which will dents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex only accommodate 20. Kerr of Walnut Grove, have Another class may be held at purchased the King Koin a later date. Laundromat in Walnut Mike Weiske will be one Grove. The Kerr's had oper- of 80 young men from ated a farm just west of throughout the state partici- Westbrook. pating in the 1983 Mr. candidates to join our team! McLane, a wholesale grocery dislnbutor, has been in business for over 100 years and continues to grow each year! Our Minnesota location has recently added to our portfolio of outstanding customers and must fill the following positions immediately. DRIVERS-gbuA~. Must meet all DOT requirements. Recent graduates encouraged to apply!! Full Case Grocery Selectors (7:30 am Start) Leadors (11am Start) Candy Repack Selsetors (6am Start) High School Diploma or GED required, We are seeking candidates wrth a good work history, great at- tendance record. Most pass drug screen, physical (if required) and background check. Some positions require addi~onal skills. 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At Sanford Westbrook our behavioral health team helps clients meet their life goals and achieve emotional well-being. [5071 629-3520 sanfordwestbrook.org SANF RD" Westbrook mp=on WWG RRC Charger Jeff DeCock held his medal on the podium at the State Track Meet. On Friday and Saturday, heights before finally bow- June 7 and 8, two WWG- ing out at 9ft. 6inches. She RRC track athletes compet- is the school record holder ed in the state track meet in the pole vault and fin- held at Hamline University ished a very respectable in St. Paul. Senior Jeff llth place in the event. DeCock competed in the This was her second year triple jump on Friday after- competing at state! Jeff noon and came away with a finished in 6th place in both leap for the ages. On his the high jump and long final attempt he jumped an jump. He cleared 6ft. amazing 45 feet 9 inches to 5inches in the high jump blow away the field by 21 and jumped 20ft. llin. in inches! In fact, his jump the long jump. was only one inch away With DeCock's points, from winning in class AA as WWG-RRC finished 14th well! overall. There were more On Saturday afternoon than 100 schools represent- DeCock was back at it, edin class Acompetiton. competing in the high jump Jeff DeCock and Chloe and long jump simultane- Arfsten are to be congratu- ously. Senior Chloe lated for their fine efforts at Arfsten was competing in state and their top-notch the pole vault as well. representation of our fine Chloe cleared the first two schools of WWG-RRC! Class of '78 reunion The Class of '78, for Westbrook High School, will hold their 35 year class reunion July 20, 2012 at the old high school. Contact Jeff Lamb by July 1, 507- 274-6230 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES WWG Class of '93 20th year class reunion WWG class of 1993 will be holding their reunion on Saturday, June 29, 2013, at 6 pm for potluck supper The reunion will be held at Lay Woelber's barn, 2590 121st St., Avoca, MN 56114 (2 miles south of Dovray) Please RSVP to Miranda Swenhaugen at mkswen@hotmail.com or 952-857-9714 Hope to see you there! ler i I By Loy Woel School Superintendent Greetings from WWG Schools We wrapped up a great year and I was very pleased with the wonderful graduation ceremony and sending forth another crop of great students into the big world this fall. I have seen a few other ceremonies and I feel that WWG has a great mix of slideshow, band, choir, speakers and yet get it done in less than an hour! The annual FFA awards night was amazing as well with a record 52 students competing at the State level! We are very fortunate to have the 3 quality advisors in Linda Carter, Josh Barron and Doug Lee when other schools are just trying to find one to keep their programs going. Who would have thought that Linda Carter's dream of 10-15 years ago of build- ing a strong FFA would result in being one of the top 5 in the entire state in terms of students participating at the state level and % of student body participating and great balance in terms of gender, city/rural and multicultural participation. Last week the School Board and Administration spent a cou- ple hours with Cliff Carmody, Executive Director of the SW/ WC School Service Cooperative visiting about updated priori- ties for the next few years. CliffCarmody is a veteran teacher, Principal and Superintendent and has spent most of his career in SW MN and is passionate about education in rural Minnesota. We reviewed a vision that we worked on in 2008 that states: "We want to be a district that every student wants to be a part of and every teacher wants to teach in and every citizen wants to be a part of. We want to provide a positive academic, tech- nological and co-curricular environment that produces adapta- ble, professional, and literate citizens of the world." This statement along with our original 1990 WWG Charger Vision of "providing students with the living and learning skills they will need to act as responsible citizens in a democratic society." We reviewed prior planning sessions in which we looked at what we do well and what could be improved. We also looked at our past successes that we planned on as well as the wonder- ful things that we did with estate funds and education founda- tion funds that we did not count on. We came up with 6 pri- orities to set goals for the next few years. The first priority is to keep the district in strong financial shape and not run the fund balance down. The second priority is to be on top of early childhood students including preschool and get them and their families involved in our district early. The third priority is to prepare all students with 21 st Century skills and make sure they are independent thinkers. The fourth priority is to graduate students that are well rounded with problem solving skills, creativity, flexible and strong relationship skills. The fifth pri- ority is to have great communication between the board/admin- istration and the staff, the students and the community. The sixth priority is to take care of our employees by supporting their ideas, their staff development and their community involvement. Cliff Carmody and the Administration will work on goals to keep these priorities alive and hopefully will keep this district strong into the future. As this goes to print, I will be back in the WWG district full time this next school year pending any other districts in the area needing my shared services. There are a couple other duties that I may be able to help with and I'll also make a push to strengthen the Education foundation in terms of donations and communications for alumni. lED ADS 274-6136 OR I -800-41 O- 1 859 Wills, Trusts, LLCs and More Presented by Attorney Pat Lowther Call 651-216-I 440 to reserve your spot Monday, June 17 1:00-3:00 PM at Community Center, Westbrook, MN How to do this: And avoid these: - Transfer your farm to the - Probate next generation - Death Taxes -Treat family members fairly - Nursing Home - Plan for your long-term Expenses care June 12-19, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Chicken, Jo Jo potatoes, cole slaw Thursday: Stroganoff, peas, fruit cup Friday: Cook's choice Monday: Upside down pizza pie, lettuce Tuesday: Chicken drum- mies, pasta salad, peaches Wednesday: Spaghetti, green beans, fruit salad Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. 444 Davis Ave at theHighway Department Westbrook, MN 212681 I