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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES June 19-26, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each opeiating day. Wednesday: Spaghetti, CA blend, lettuce salad, ice cream sandwich Thursday: Turkey, pota- toes, carrots, pumpkin dessert Friday: Shredded pork sandwich, potato chips, veg- gie pasta salad, dessert Monday: Chicken breast, potato bake, peas &amp; carrots, poke cake Tuesday: Goulash, corn, orange Jell-O/fruit, cookie Wednesday: Chicken drummies, 3 bean salad, fruit, bar Menus subject to change For reservations call Angie at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advarace. Lutheran Social S',ervices is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES 1N THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO June 17, 1998 Karl Enstad, daughter of Don and Carolyn Enstad, Gretchen Wester, daughter of Tim and Jocelyn Wester, Amanda Hansen, daughter of Dave and Heidi Hansen, and Amy Wakefield, daughter of Rick and Lauri Wakefield, will vie for the Westbrook Princess title Monday eve- ning. Rev. Michael Stangeland was installed as pastor of Highwater and Old west- brook Lutheran Churches at morning worship services on Sunday, May 24. Pastor Stangeland is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran Seminary in Tacoma, WA and Luther Northwestern Seminary in St. Paul. He has served previ- ously at parishes in Arlington, SD and Hancock, MN. Friends and colleagues gathered Sunday afternoon to honor teacher/coach John Amundson who has retired after teaching 32 years. He was given a special plaque commemorating his years of teaching in Westbrook and a gold putter. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 16, 1983 Ten young ladies are com- peting for the title of Miss Westbrook. Candidates are Kathy Schultz, Renae Wahl, Denise Shaw, Connie Sletten, Shari Singer, Deb Kessel, Becky Olson, Robin Cohrs, Jacque Vos, and Theresa Sorenson. Five residents from Cottonwood County recently completed three days training on freezing, canning, pick- ling, and jam/jelly making. These individuals will be available to answer any of your questions in food pres- ervation and are willing to conduct workshops or speak to groups throughout the county. Agnes Vortherms, Westbrook, was one of the individuals receiving the training. Ron Paplow has gme into business for himself al Ron's Electric in Westbrook on main street. Dave Knudson is the new owner of Dave's Standard, formerly Lonn's Standard, in Westbrook. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO June 20, 1968 Valhalla Resort, located on Lake Shetek, has scheduled its grand opening for Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23. During the past year, more than $100,O00 has been spent on remodelling the facilities. The stealkhouse has also been remodeled and is now in operation, as is the huge rollerdome. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson were honored at an open house reception at the elementary school sunday afternoon in observance of their golden wedding anni- versary. Hosting the occa- sion were their four children; Mrs. Milton (Evelyn) Yahnke of Mpls., Jay of Storden, and Dale and Howard of Westbrook. Retired farmers, the former Frieda Rupp and Victor Nelson were married June 18, 1918 at Windom. Cecilie Rupp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rupp, and a 1968 graduate of Storden High School, was the recipient of a $400 scholar- ship from the MN Board of Nursing. Cecilie will attend Lutheran Deaconess Hospital of Nursing in Mpls. this fall. Westbrook 507-274-6541 wostbrookhc@conturytelrot WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 2"/46137; by e-mail at sentrib@ Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Jim and Alison Marshall of Marshall, Priscilla Comnick and Iris Marshall attended the high school graduation reception for Michael Purtell at the home of his parents, Bob and Jennifer Purtell, in Mendota Heights Sunday afternoon. Summer 2013 Prepared Childbirth classes Sanford Worthington Medical Center will be offer- ing Prepared Childbirth Classes in a 5-session Tuesday evening series - July 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31. The classes are held in the hospi- tal classroom from 6:30 - 9 p.m. Pre-registration is pre- ferred. Please call (507) 372- 3106 for more information. As you prepare for the birth of your child, it is important to learn about the changes your body is going through and what to expect during childbirth. An under- standing of the childbirth process and good prenatal care throughout your preg- nancy are keys to having a healthy baby. Childbirth edu- cation classes are designed for the mother and a support person. It is important to have a strong support person at your side during delivery. Our classes are structured to help both of you feel at ease and prepared. This class cov- ers topics in a format that allows for in-depth discus- sions, practicing techniques and questions. Childbirth classes include a course handbook, handouts, and product samples. Also included are lectures, video- tapes, discussions, breathing exercises, and a tour of the Women's Center. 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 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 Loy Woelber's barn, 2590 121st St., Avoca, MN 56114 (2 miles south of Dovray) Please RSVP to Miranda Swenhaugen at or 952-857-9714 Hope to see you there! Sanford Worthington Medical Center to offer free "CPR for Family and Friends" class Cardiac arrest and other life threatening injuries can hap- pen anywhere - are you among the 70% of Americans that don't know how to administer CPR? This is your chance to learn or brush up on these lifesaving skills! Family & Friends CPR teaches adult Hands-Only CPR, child and infant CPR with breaths, AED use, and relief of choking in an adult, child and infant. This class is designed for the lay rescuer and is perfect for parents, grandparents, babysitters, stu- dents etc. Upon completion, participants receive a partici- pation card but are not certi- fied in CPR. The class will be held Tuesday, June 25, 2013 begin- ning at 6 p.m. at SWMC. Approximate class duration is 2 hours. Please pre-register by calling 372-3378. SW RDC to hold annual meettng The public is cordially invited to attend the Southwest Regional Development Commission's Annual Meeting on Thursday, July 11, 2013. The meeting will be held at the Fulda American Legion, Fulda, MN. Following a brief business meeting, the SRDC's Annual Meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m. and will conclude with a dinner. This year's guest speaker is Dr. Richard Shrubb, President of Minnesota West Community & Technical College. Dr. Shrubb will speak on the his- tory of MN West, MnSCU, and his recent travels to Russia as a Fulbright Scholar. Advance registration is necessary. If you would like to stay for dinner there is a charge. If you are attend- ing the meeting only there is no charge. Please RSVP by calling the SRDC Office, 507/836-1644 prior to June 28. MURRAY CO. 4-H EVENTS June 19 - Summer of Fun, June 26-28 Murray 9-11am, 4-HBuilding County at SW MN 4-H June 24 - 4-H Federation Camps, Lake Shetek meeting, 7:30 pm, Courts July 2 - Pizza Garden, 9-10 Building; 4-H Clothing am, Slayton Community Committee meets over lunch Garden June 25 - Pizza Garden, July 3 - Summer of Fun, 9-10 am, Slayton Community 9-11 am, 4-H Building Garden June 26 - Summer of Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H Building 2nd Annual Fun Run slated for Saturday of Westbrook Fun Days Head on out to the 2nd Annual Fun Run scheduled for Saturday, June 29 at 8:00 a.m. Similar to last years' run, the race will start and finish at the Westbrook City Park and is hosted by the Westbrook Area Volunteers (WAV) orga- nization. Proceeds of the 5k Run Fun will support the WAV scholarship fund. The Fun Run/Walk starts at 8:00 a.m. sharp from the City Park and will weave through- out the Westbrook area. There is a $20 fee to participate in the 5K and all proceeds will support the WAV scholarship fund. The fund awards $300 scholarships to Westbrook- Walnut Grove (WWG) High School seniors who demon- strate strong community and volunteer involvement/ achievement. Registration will start at 7:30 a.m. on race day and individuals will receive a t-shirt for participating. A $50 maximum charge has been set for families who want to take part in the event. Sponsors of the 2013 5k event include: Sanford Westhrook Medical Center, Expressway-Westbrook, Westbrook Ag Power, Inc., and Meadowland Farmers Elevator Company. Questions on the event should be forwarded to Manda at ericselectricmr@ Senior Linkage Line Volunteeers needed Are you looking for a chal- lenging and rewarding volun- teer opportunity? The Senior LinkAge Line: A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is seeking volunteers to assist individuals in understanding their Medicare benefits, sup- plemental insurance options and long-term care options. People interested in volun- teering receive free training and become Certified Health Insurance Counselors. Volunteer times and sched- ules are flexible. Training will be available in Slayton in July. The deadline to register for this next training is June 21st, 2013. For volunteer opportunities contact Sarah Reiman at the Senior LinkAge Line 1-800-333-2433 ext. 82026. The Senior LinkAge Line: A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is a free service of the Minnesota Board on Aging, as well as the Minnesota State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) and Minnesota Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP). To seek assistance with any area concerning Minnesota seniors and their caregivers, call the Senior LinkAge Line: A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors at 1-800-333-2433. Or go to www.MinnesotaHelp. info <http://www.> to chat live with a Senior LinkAge Line specialist. The Senior LinkAge Line is your Link to An Expert! CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 ................................................................... ::::;,i!;,'.' " ,  -  " " " .... _ - 2 ..... See a specialist here at home Endoscopy Joseph Will.ett, MD Orthopedics Joyce Tarbet. MD CardioLogy Ketty Steffen, [30 General Surgery Efithimios Baka|akos, M[3 Traci Kruse, M[3 Nephrotogy Anthony Rupp, M[3 Podiatry JeffreyWienke, [3PM AduLt Psychiatry Danhong Zhao. MD Child Psychiatry Steven Cochran, MD THANKS FOR 5 years of Service Ursula Robertson Back row (left to right): Stacy Barstad, CEO, Brenda Schoborg, Dietary, Gordy Kopperud, Director of Operations Middle row (left to fight): Cindy Gohman, Dietary, Patty Carlson, Dietary, and Nancy Lintner, Dietary Front row (left to right): Elsie Riddell, Dietary, Clarice Dallenhach, Dietary, Ursula Robert.son, Dietary, and Becky Full, Dietary SANF0000RD" Westbrook 212644 Kelly Steffen, DO Cardiologist For more information, call [507] 274-6121. 212669 J . u v