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INDEX PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 FAMILY PAGE 6 PAGE 7 COMMUNITY COMMUNITY SPORTS CLASSIFIED AREA FOCUS PAGE 8 PAGE 9 PAGE 1 0 PAGE 1 1 PAGE 12 JUNE DAIRY MONTH PAGE 3 23, 2004 cents JUN 2 2004 i r ell ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 42 12 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Days kicks off with Miss Westbrook Pageant Profiles Conrad is the daugh- Carl and DeAnn and has a brother a sister, Erin. is active in Flag Corp., Council, and she's not in Brittany enjoys 4-H, at the Westbrook ad WWG High summer are swimming, going to the movies, with her show ,and spending time and family. plans on Ridgewater in Willmar for two the Veterinary Program. sponsor is Double Maurice Mitchell. Cooley is the daughter of Charlene Cooley three siblings, and Jolene. the school year, Vice President of part of Brittany Conrad the Big Sister Program, Volleyball, Basketball, High School Cadet, and B.O.L.T. Jodi spends her time working at Maynards in Westbrook. the Westbrook Walnut Grove Schools, and B.O.L.T., volunteer work at Tahitee Tan, scrapbooking, and spending time with friends. Her summer activities include the Volleyball League in Comfrey, Basketball League in Marshall, working, spend- ing time with friends, learn- ing to golf, and wakeboard- ing. Jodi's future plans include attending SMSU in Marshall, MN for Business Management. Jodi Cooley Her sponsor is M & K Bridge Construction. Dasha Marie Gilb Dasha is the daughter of Todd and Lori Gilb and has two siblings, Darian, 9, and Hunter, 8. During the school year, Dasha is involved in FFA, Cadet, Flag Girl, Big Sister Program, Band, Choir, Football Cheerleader, Wrestling Cheerleader, Vice-President of Class. Dasha's only plans for the summer are working! Dasha is undecided on the college she wants to attend, btt plans on being a Maternity RN. Her sponsor is Gilb Crane, of Walnut Grove. -Dasha Marie Glib Kelley Layne Nelson Kelley is the daughter of Lyle and Gail Nelson and has one sister, Brittany, and one brother, Marcus. Kelley's school activities include volleyball, basket- ball, track, student council sec/treas, Big sister pro- gram, cadet, B.O.LT., band and jazz band. She is also involved in JO Volleyball, dance, piano, and working. Kelley's summer jobs are lifeguard at Westbrook Pool, and lifeguard at Lake Laura. She is also involved with the Marshall Basketball League, Comfrey Volleyball League, C.I.T. at Shetek Lutheran Bible Camp, Agape at Kelley Layne Nelson Shetek S.O.S. Camp, and BOLT. Kelley plans on attend- ing college in the medical field. Her sponsor is Bank Midwest. Kia Yang Kia is the daughter of Harris and Bao Lee Yang arid has six sisters; Pai, Diana, Nancy, Der, Song, and Cedar; and three broth- ers; Pha, Michael, and Rocky. At school Kia is involved in FFA, Choir, 1 Nation Club, and Cheerleading. Her out of school activities include working at Subway in 1acy, MN. Kia Yang . Kia's summer activities include working at the pag- eant supper and cleaning bathrooms. She also plans on attending the 'lvins game and singing the National Anthem with the 2003-2004 MN FFA State Chorus, and the FFA sports tournament. After graduation, Kia wants to attend the Minnesota State University in Mankato. Her career plan is to be in the military service afar graduation and she wants to become more involved with art. Kia's sponsor is the Walnut Grove Oriental Store in Walnut Grove, MN. Days begins ..c. week Rummage sale junkies -- Are for some fun? The "Fun Days" place this Friday. the Westbrook Club have taken of organizing The celebration many fun events days. of the event again on raising funds for improvements. events other things the Hospital night the will sponsor "Mr. Balloon Jam at the center starting l.m. night there SUpper at Peterson followed by the Night of Praise at center. afternoon festivi- into high gear 3 person scramble at Rolling at 2:00. At garden opens park with burgers At 7:00 the and Little will be held in school auditorium. there will be in the park. At wiU be a fire- at the football will be looking for bargains at the city wide rummage sales starting at 8:00 Saturday morning. Starting at 9:00 businesses will sell their wares at the Main Street Crazy Daze. Sand Volleyball tournament will start at the park. The Auxiliary Food stand will open from 9:30 - 2 and after the parade. At 10:00 the Summer Olympics will be at the park and the beer gar- den, opens at 11:00. At 10:30 there will be a Kiddie Carnival with pony tides. Starting at 11 will be a new event a bean bag tour- nament. At 1:00 there will be Bingo in the park shelter. At 4:00 the Grand Parade will start with many units lined up for a great show. From 9:00 to 1:00 there will be a street dance featur- ing music by "Mylan Ray." There will be other activ- ities including 3 on 3 has- ketball, animal petting zoo, and free swimming. There will also be a variety of con- cessions. Sunday there will be an Ecumenical Church Service at Trinity Lutheran Church at 10:30 a.m. Following the church service there will be a din- tier at the community center from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ,i!;tle l]sses re,tdy to Ferform WESTBROOK --The Little Misses will perform at the Miss Westbrook Pageant this Friday evening at the high school auditorium at 7:00 p.m. They are from left back, Jordaan Joel, Dayna Comnick, and Madison Takle. Front, Paige Erickson, and Hailey Ewy. Students give input for handbook change Board embraces student proposed handbook changes By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- Principal Bill Richards gave the beard a written proposal to change the student handbook for the 2004-2005 school year. The additions to the book under Dress Code (dressing appropriately for School) would include: There shall be No advertisement of tobacco or drugs or any offensive or harassing words or pictures. Alcohol, religion, race, color, gangs, obscene or suggestive language, sexual innuendoes example, Playboy, Hooters. No bare midriff (shirts must be below the belly button) No visible undergarments (boxers, bra straps, underwear). No low cut shirts, strap- less, halter or tube tops. Shorts and skirts appropriate for academic setting. Richards said the changes were pro- posed by a group of students. The board felt the changes were very appropriate and gave their approval for the changes. Superintendent Woelber said he was hopeful that there has been enough additional budgeted this year for higher energy costs. Natural gas cost caused a definite unexpected bulge in the budget. He told the board they have budgeted considerably more for the coming year. Woelber noted the luhch fund has been much better this year, attributing it to stricter collections and not letting individuals to get to far behind before attempting to collect. On buildings and grounds Woelber told the board they have budgeted $32,000 for tuck pointing of the 1939 high school addition. At Walnut Grove new windows will be installed on the south side of the south wing of the ele- mentary school. This is the first year of a four year plan to replace windows in both elementary wings. Nine kids are doing summer work at both schools. They are getting a lot of painting done and other jobs. 'l'hey are doing a great job." Principal Paul Olson talked about some changes in the student handbook for the middle school. He said they would like to change the eligibility rules. The change would give students a oe week grace period when they become ineligible due to academic defi- ciency. They would be allowed to play and practice that week but if the work was not caught up by the following Monday morning they would not be able to play or practice until they become eligible again. Students give Continued on page 3 65/46 Morning rain and a Thun- dershower. 70/47 74/53 Time of sun Times of sun and clouds, and clouds. Highs in the Highs in tl low 70s and mid 70s and lows in the lows in tl upper 40s. low 5Os. ! 74/53 I Times of un I and clouds. Highs in the mid 70s and ' ! lows in the low 5Cv,. CHECK OUT THE AMERICAN PRQIFILE NEXT WEEK INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS " ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2004 Sentinel Tribune