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ilass of 2004 Education Wednesday, June 23, 2004 Page 5 Five advance to State Hershey Meet ir Memory Mate pictures are in. You can pick them eHS office from 7:15 AM - 3:14 PM. )arshall students in net Arts Program Sill Worked with my men- Wendel, at School of Dance st school year. We are g on my dance solo Ompetition. So far I COmpeted with my solo regional competitions. first was in eapolis, through Dance aPus. There, I received a Pllace finish. [1'he second competition L Paul, through St. can Dance Awards, here I rece!ved a high award. Now we are g for the National tition, which is in Las this July. ly solo is in ballet, and the music "Excellent o. In it, Mrs. Wendel Kai Sill This past year I worked with Ross Anderson on jazz improvisation. Ross is a phenomenal saxophonist who currently" plays in his own jazz trio. Throughout the year we played every- thing from classic jazz stan- dards to recent jazz hits, each one focusing on a dif- ferent style or feel. Our main area of focus was con- trolled free-expression, meaning the reading and understanding of keys to create a truly original solo. I hope to carry the knowledge I have gained this year into my future jazz endeavors. As I continue into college next year. I feel as though I have a leg up on the compe- Worked with me on mv presence and working tition due to my time with Ross, iff.lY arms so they are not College News IU students- le following area stu- B have been named to an's list for academic lence during the Spring 'Semester at SDSU. To :an:.Sgtt " " "sntiun " must attain a mini- ii 3.5 "grade point aver- 011 a 4 0 scale Students asterisk received a .0 grade point aver- dlege of Arts & ee: Melanie Anne N, Lucan; Nicole Lynn It, Milroy;, Katie Ann IV a . i gie , Milro; Jon - Hansen*, Walnut me lege of Agricultural Biological Science: Jean Rohlik*, Vesta; athryn Alms, Walnm liege of Engineering: | Stephen Goblish* Milroy College of "Family and Consumer Sciences: Melissa Mary Frericks, .aucan College of Nursing: Rhonda Kay Bitker*, Milroy; Sheryl Joy Christenson*, Walnut Grove, Christine Marie Kirchner*, Westbrook PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE BETTER BOARD MEMBERS NISCELLANEOUS FOR SLE HELP WANTED L ;-!dD jr,. ( " MC T( It all starts with Newspapers REAl ESTATE HOT TUB%SPA' HORTGAGE TI",,, ESHARES HELP VVA NTED-DRt'./ERS BLJS NESS OPPORTI JNITtES STEEL BUILDIriGS THURSDAY, JUNE 24 Informal touring begins at 4 p.m. Ribbon cutting ceremony held on the new terrace at 5 p.m. M!SCELLANE(blJS F !",M, t'j( iA L;:ND FOR iLE Visit our beautiful, congregate senior living facility and visit with staff to learn more about our available services/At Peterson Estates, is somebody special! Westbrook Health Center The Westbrook Health Center will be serving the Community BBQ from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. On Saturday, June 19, a group of youngsters from Westbrook Walnut Grove - Red Rock Central traveled to Pipestone for the District 11 Hershey Track and Field Meet. Out of the 15 who went, 5 placed high enough to advance on to the state meet in Owatonna, on July 10. Maddie Frank will be competing in 3 events at the state meet. She placed first in the 50 meter dash, first in the 400 meter dash, and second in the standing long jump. Four boys will be com- peting in the state meet as well. Forrest Asp will run the 800 meter, Jon LeBoutillier will run the 800 meter, Collin Nickel will compete in the 200 meter dash, and Bryan Bierl will compete in the softball throw. Josh Benson took third in the 400 and 800 meter races to achieve alternate status for the state meet. All 5 participants will be competing for a chance to be a national qualifier for the Hershey Track & Field Meet held in Hershey, Pennsylvania in early August. Pork Checkoff committees meet June 24 Pork producers with an interest in Pork Checkoff programs are invited to attend the MN Pork Board's regular committee meetings on June 24 at the Country Inn and Suites, Mankato. The Pork Checkoff commit- tees meet at 9:30 a.m. At the meetings, com- mittee members determine how to invest Minnesota's share of the mandatory Pork Checkoff into research, pro- motional and educational programs. Chairs for the various committees are: Education/Ambassador, Dianne Bettin of Truman and Randy Koll of Belle Plaine; Producer Services, Doug Wenner of Nicollet and Lynn Becker of Fairmont; Production These 15 people participated in the Hershey Track Meet in Pipestone on June 19: Row 1: Taylor Elzenga, Samantha Baker. Row 2: Maddle Frank, Troy Schoenenberger, Alex Mischke, Molly Jarmer, Lindsey Asp. Row 3: Brandon Bierl, Collin Nickel. Row 4: Forrest Asp, Evan Madson, Jon LeBoutilller, Bryan Bierl, Spencer Knott, Josh Benson. Submitted Photo T-Ball practice STORDEN Youngsters took their turn at batting practic$;ln t1#(! Storden Summer rec program last week. It was a chilly day but the kids didn't seem to mind. 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