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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, June 16, 2004 Page 5 Scholarships and Awards Nelson Post Kaufenberg Deprez, Nathan Swanson Citizenship Award -- Lions School Scholarship Westbrook American Stephanie -- Nathan Swanson; Panhia Legion Citizenship -- Tasha Yang Nelson, Joshua Winter Bottretl Maylen and Alice Westbrook Kiwanis -- Jamie Peterson Scholarship  Scholarship -- Rebekah Jennifer Lund. .Jordan Dibble, Chandra Kopperud, PanhiaYang Warner. Stepbanie Kolar Westbrook Lions Club McDonald Scholarship Scholarship -- Tasha Coulter -- Chris Olsem Nelson, Joshua Winter -- Melanie Melvin G. and Alice Westbrook VFW Tasha Nelson Klasse Scholarship -- Scholarship -- Jordan Scholarship -- Sondra Kaufenberg Dibble, Rebekah Kopperud, Tabby Mahon Micawber Club Joshua Winter and Frieda Byers Scholarship -- Nathan WWG Education -- Andrea Swanson Association --Tasha Nelson National Honor Society Westbrook Women's William Quincey Scholarship; Norman and Club Scholarship -- Award -- Kay Mattis Scholarship -- Chandra Kolar Kopperud Aleida VanMaasdam Young Men's Club Brandt Memorial Paul Carter Memorial Scholarship -- Abby -- Tiffany Scholarship; Red Rock Knakmuhs, Jessica Jasmine Madson Sportsman Club Scholarship Knakmuhs and Ruth Fordham -- Micah Rupp -- Eric Noomen Russel T. Satter R. Shaw Teacher's Scfiolarship-- Song Her ): Gunda Mauer SW Minnesota Award-- Magnet Arts rship: Irma D. and Aalex Kells Hage Scholarship Tammy E. Benson Student Riddell Scholarship Knakmuhs. >erud Kenyon "'I D,M:tE Award -- Michael and Leona Memorial June Nichols Scholarship -- Scholarship -- Abby Knakmuhs Thrivent Lutheran Scholarship -- Nathan Swanson Tracy Area Medical Foundation -- Tiffany Eichner Ware Memorial -- Micah Rupp Ingalls Wilder -- Sondra U.S. Marines Scholastic Achievement Award Nathan Swanson Walnut Grove Alumni Scholarship -- Jenny Lund, Nathan Swanson Walnut Grove Jaycee Scholarship -- Emily Maeyaert graduates North High School Mien Maeyaert MN, was one graduate on June 2. 2004. High School in North St. Paul- kdale School Dan was awarded a Award for Excellence and one of the three- Academic Award In August, Daniel attend Baylor in Waco, Texas. in Mechanical Dan is the son and Cathie He is the grand- of Raymond and Colle Beatrice Maeyaert of Walnut Grove and Ron and Eunice Christensen of e News D. Warner receives SMSU scholarship SMSU. Marshall announced that Dan Warner has been selected to receive the Westbrook State Bank Scholarship for the 2004- 2005 academic year. Warner is the son of Greg and Deb Warner, Walnut Grove, MN. ,’ dy Hass USD University of South School of Education that Wendy J. has met the require- and been awarded the of Master of Science Education Training. ceremonies in Vermillion, SD 8, 2004. is the daughter of and Leora Hass of MN and lives in SD. Lrshall. that Timothy been selected to the Foundation Student for the 2004- academic year. Sell is of Richard and Lisa Grove, MN. M. Pierson receives SMSU scholarship SMSU, Marshall, announced that Melody Pierson has been selected to receive the Charles and Ellora Alliss Educational foundation Scholarship for the 2004-2005 academic year. Pierson is the daughter of Allen and Debbie Pierson, Westbrook, MN. Kris Nott on dean's list MN State University, Moorhead has announced the spring semester 2004 dean's list. Students must maintain a 3.25 grade point average and carry 12 credits to qualify for the honor. Included on the dean's list is Kris Nott, Walnut Grove, MN. Benjamin Sahlstrom My name is Benjamin Sahlstrom. I am 13 years old and I have appreciated the opportunity to partici- pate in the Westbrook Walnut Grove Art pARTners program. I chose to study violin under Marjorie and Tiffany Holmes from Dovray. They taught me persever- ance and diligence in prac- tice. There are days that it can be hard to keep on when things are a challenge, but practice pays off. I have just completed SUZUKI violin book #1. My favorite song in book #1 is The Happy Farmer. I like this song because it has interesting bowing called brush strokes. Currently I am working on the Chorus from Handel's "Judas Maccabaeus'. It has 3 part harmony that I am doing with my sister and mother. -We are hoping to polish it so we can play it for a church offertory. Violin is great! Kellys in Magnet Arts Program Forrest Kelly I am a recipient of a grant from the Arts Magnet pARTners Program, which has enabled my work with my violin teachers, Marjorie and Tiffany Holmes of Dovray. After arriving at les- sons and unpacking my vio- lin, I play through my songs with Tiffany while Marjorie comments and suggests improvements. Once I have mastered the mechanics of a song, we work on expression such as using vibrato and proper dynamics. Currently, I am working on several pieces by Bach, Seitz, and Kreisler while also practic- ing Swedish, Irish, and American folk music. The fact that my mentors encourage me to pursue many types of music to excellence challenges me in my musical education. Jack Kelly Every Monday at 12:15, I grab my trumpet case, get on my bike, and ride to the Lutheran Church. There I work with my mentor, Page Kern, on various exercises and pieces. First we warm up on our mouthpieces. Next, we play long tones, boring to do but vital to increase lung capacity. After that, we go through a plethora of exercises, from endurance builders to range stretchers. Then we work on a solo or performance piece. In the past, Page has helped me to prepare for talent shown, band and orchestra concerts, senior citizens per- formances, and church pieces. Sometimes we sight read from a hymnal or one of Page's books. Finally, we warm down and pack up. Encouraging and helpful, Page has assisted in rapidly advancing my trumpet training. This information has been prepared for general purposes only and does not provide a complete list of election laws or procedures. Please consult state statutes and county and local ordinances for fuller explanations or to answer specific questions. t/Filing Information €' Financial Reporting V Campaign Signs €' Fair Campaign Practices FEDERAL OFFICES TERM United States Representative, Two Years District 1 STATE OFFICES TERM State Senator District 22 Four Years State Representative Two Years District 22b STATE EXECUTIVE OFFICES TERM Governor & Lieutenant Four Years Governor Secretary of State Four Years State Auditor Four Years Attorney General Four Years JUDICIAL OFFICES Supreme Court (One seat) Assoc. Justice, Seat 3 (Incumbent: Anderson, P) Judge, Court of Appeals (Eight seats) (Appellate offices are eleaed vide. Howe,, where noted, candidates must reside in the specified congres- sional district for at least one year.) Seat 1 (Incumbent: Toussaint) Seat 4 (Incumbent: Hanson) Seat 5 (Incumbent: Willis) Seat 8 (Incumbent: Kalitowski; Sixth Congressional District) Seat 9 (Incumbent: Klaphake; Seventh Congressional District) Seat I0 (Incumbent: Lansing, Fourth Congressional District) Seat 15 (Incumbent: Schumacher; Third Congressional District) Seat 16 (Incumbent: Stoneburner) Judge, Fifth District Court (Six seats) Seat 1 (Incumbent: Christemen) Seat 5 (Incumbent: Gross) Seat 6 (Incumbent: Harrelson) Seat 13 (Incumbent: Richards) Seat 15 (Incumbent: Rodenberg) Seat 17 (Incumbent: Walker) COUNTY OFFICES TERM Recorder Four Years Sheriff Four Years County Attorney Four Years Auditor/Treasurer Four years County Commissioner District I Four Years County Commissioner District 2 Two Years County Commissioner District 3 Four Years County Commissioner District 4 Four Years County Commissioner District 5 Four Years Soil & Water Conservation Officer District 1 Four Years District 3 Four Years FILING INFORMATION WHEN TO FILE: Fding for federal, state and county offices opens Tuesday, July 2, 2002, and ends at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16, 2002. However, the Cotton- wood County Courthouse and the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State will be dosed for the holiday on July 4, 2002. Ask your city, township or school district clerk when to file for municipal or school district offices. WHERE TO FILE: File with the Minnesota Secretary of State for these federal and state offices: • United States Senator • United States Representative • State Senator • State Representative File with the Cottonwood County Auditor/ Treasurer for these state and county offices: • County Commissioner District 1, 3, 4 • Soil and Water Supervisor District 2, 4, 5 File with the Minnesota Secretary of State for judicial offices." File with your city or township clerk for munici- pal offices. File with your school district clerk for school board. WHO CAN FILE: Age, residency and other requirements are governed by Minnesota Statute 204B.06 and local ordinances, and vary according to office. Contact your filing officer for specific eligibility informa- tion. Qualifications for candidates filing in Cotton- wood County include: For State Senator or State Representative: • Eligible voter • At least 21 years of age when assuming offiee  ": • Resident of Minnesota for one year preceding" the General Election • Resident of District for six months preceding the General Election • Has not filed for another office in the same election For  : • Eligible voter • At least 21 years of age when assuming office • Resident of District for thirty days preceding the General Election • Has not filed for another office in the same election. For Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor • Eligible voter • Resident of district . POLITICAL PARTY REQUIREMENTS • State offices are partisan. You must include a party name or political principle on an affidavit of candidacy for partisan office. If you do not include the name of a major political party (Constitution, Democratic-Farmer-Labor, Reform, or Republican) you must submit a nominating petition when you file. • County offices are nonpartisan. You may not include a political party or principle when filing for a nonpartisan office. • Municipal, school district and judicial offices are nonpartisan. FILING FEE (or Petition in Lieu of Filing Fee)." • United States Senator: $400 (or petition of 2000 signatures) • United States Representative: $300 (or petition of 1000 signatures) • State Senator or State Representative: $100 (or petition of 500 signatures) • County Commissioner: $50 (or petition of 500 signatures) • Soil and Water Supervisor: $20 (or petition of 500 signatures) Contact your filing official to ask about filing fees for other offices. WITHDRAWALS: Candidates for federal, state or county office may withdraw from candidacy until 5:00 p.m. July 19, 2002. Contact your local clerk regarding munici- pal or school board candidacy withdrawals. Filing fees cannot be refunded. FINANCIAL REPORTING CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS: Minnesota Statute 211.A generally regulates campaign contribution limits and financial reporting for county, municipal and school district caudidates. Even ff you have not yet filed for office in Cotton- wood County, you will need to file a Campaign Financial Report (CFR) within fourteen days of receiving or disbursing $750 in campaign funds. Call the Cottonwood County Auditor/Treas. office at 507-831-1905 to receive a reporting form. If you file for office, you must subnt the CFR again ten days before the primary election, days before the general election, and thirty days after the general election Once you have filed your first campaign financial report, you wilt need to file one every January 31 until you file a final CFR to show your campaign funds have been disbursed. CAMPAIGN SIGNS Minnesota Statute 21 IB.045 permits political signs to be posted between August I, 2002, and November 17, 2002, regardless of local ordi- nance. (Contact the clerk in any community where you will campaign if you plan to post political signs earlier than August 1.) • Political signs are allowed in any district on private property with the permission of the property owner. • Signs must be removed within seven days following the d’.on(s) to which they apply. • Signs are not permitted within the public right- of-way of any highway, county road or other county property IIII II • Any sign violating this ordinance can be ' removed and discarded by local government authority. FAIR CAMPAIGN PRACTICES Minnesota Statute 211 B governs fair campaign practices. Candidates must comply with regnla. tions concerning campaign contributions and spending election day campaigning, advertising, influencing voters, and other campa/gn activities. QUESTIONS: ' Call the Cottonwood County Auditor/Treas Office at 507-831.1905. II I ]111111 II I I