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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 26, 2013 Page 7 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES July 1-5, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday; Monday: Chicken Kiev/ asparagus, cheesy hash browns, fruit salad, bars Tuesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes/gravy, beets, peanut butter cupcake Wednesday: Tortillini/ meat sauce, garlic bread, mixed beans, fruit pizza Thursday: No meals Friday: Aloha chicken/ rice, broccoli/cheese, orange fluff, banana For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO June 24, 1998 Pat Hansen, Walnut Grove Postmaster, with the help of six other ladies, made a quilt to be raffled at the National Postmasters Convention in Florida next August. The quilt was designed by Jo Wilson. The quilt will be raffled in Florida to raise funds for the 1999 National Convention that will be held in Minnesota. The annual "Summer in the Park" worship services have begun. "Worship in the Park" meets the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of the month, 7 p.m., at the Ferguson Park Shelter. The community is invited to attend. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 23, 1983 Ernie Kolar of Walnut Grove was recently named to the all conference baseball team of the Southern Sioux Conference, as third base- man. Ernie, along with Steve Ourada and Tom Doubler, both of Walnut Grove, were part of the Tracy High School baseball team, which went to the finals of the regional baseball tournament this year. This Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26, will mark the culmination of six months planning and effort by church members as English Lutheran Church celebrates 100 years of service in the Walnut Grove area. Drever's Clover Farm - Bing cherries, 99 cents per pound; peaches, 69 cents per pound; Viva paper towels, 3 jumbo rolls, $2; boneless sir- loin tip steak, 2.50 per pound. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO June 27, 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schmiesing were honored on their 30th wedding anniver- sary at their home in Johnsonville on Sunday, June 23. A buffet supper was served by their daughter, Mrs. John (Carol) Houston, and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Don Schrniesing. Miss Donna Pomerenke, together with Mrs. Richard are attending the National American Home Economics Assn. meeting held in Minneapolis this week. A group of Redwood County 4-H members will leave for Pennsylvania next week for a 4-H exchange. Going from here will be James Steffen, Charles Knott, Janet Knott, Joan Lessman, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Steffen, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gilb. Relay Strong families survive, Redwood County and Social Security helps Bank night for the 20th Annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life Redwood County teams is Monday, July 1 at 6:30 p.m.. at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church dining hall in Redwood Falls. All teams are to be there. Pictures will be taken. All donations collected so far are to be turned in at that time. Have cash in the largest denominations possible rather than all dollar bills. Coins should be converted to the next dollar. Silent Auction items for the Children's and adults' auctions may be brought to this meet- ing. Many more bingo prizes are needed. There are two ses- sions of bingo this year. Luminaria bags tumed in should be separated into the two categories, Honor and Memory. Bring all the com- pleted ones to this meeting. The 20th Annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life for Redwood County will be Friday, July 19 at the Gilfillan Estate on Hwy 67 between Redwood Falls and Morgan. The event starts at 3:00 and goes until mid- night. There will be 2 bingo sessions, a supper, fundrais- ing stands, several types of food, an Opening Ceremony, a Survivors Lap, a Team Lap and then the public is invited to join the walkers, two silent auc- tions with the items to be paid for and picked up that evening at the close of each auction, luminaria lighting, a survivors' garden and more. Jane Moody, Publicity, 507- 752-7059 COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Warm greetings from the staff and tenants at Country View Senior Living Community. It certainly feels like a Minnesota sum- mer now! The heat and humidity are here! This week the tenants par- ticipated in the bus to Marshall, BINGO, PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, stretching with Ashlee, Bone Builders, Sk[13B BIo O.4 Pressure Checks, Sequence and Yahtzee. The 500 card tour- nament was played with 8 people participating. The ladies were kind enough to teach me the basics of the game so that I could be the 8th player. It was a lot of fun to play and visit. Eleanor Davis and Faye Hart'sen were very good instructors! We didn't declare a winner for the day since there were "new- bies." "The Missfits" played special music for all tenants on Friday. The children from English Lutheran Church vacation Bible school came to the facility to sing special music that they learned this week. There were about 30 children participating in VBS, which I think is amaz- ing for a small town church! Looking forward to next week there will be the regular calendar of events along with Arts and Crafts, nail painting, the Red [-[at Granny Readers on Friday afternoon and the pontoon ride on Lake Shetek on Wednesday afternoon. We are participating in the "Lets Go Fishing Senior Outings" program, which is sponsored by many local groups and volunteers. Celebrating birthdays in the month of July are Arthur Maas on the 9th and Clair Baker on the 15th. Please extend best wishes to both of them. That's the news from the country. Have a great week! Elizabeth Anders D/strict Manager In June we celebrate National Family Month, which is a great time to reflect on your family and how to make it stronger. As the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reminds us, strong families share many valuable qualities: trust, com- mitment, communication, growth, affection, fun, and love. Strong families are more likely to grow through a crisis, allowing the difficult experience to bring them even closer together. In the unfortunate event of a family member's death, we want you to know that Social Security is here to help. In addition to the emotional difficulty family members experience, there is often a financial burden as well, especially if the fam- ily's main wage eamer dies. In such cases, Social Security survivors benefits will help. Did you know that nearly every child in America could get Social Security survivors benefits if a working par- ent dies? And Social Security pays more benefits to chil- dren than other federal program. Although many people think Social Security is just a retirement program, you should know that Social Security also provides sur- vivors insurance benefits for workers and their families. If you're like most people, the value of the survivors insur- ance you have under Social Security is probably more than the value of any indi- vidual life insurance you may own. And you don't even need to sign up for a sepa- rate policy; by working and paying Social Security tax, you are most likely already insured without even know- ing it. Family members who may be able to receive survivors benefits based on your work record include a widow or widower, unmarried children up to age 19 and still in high school, and under certain circumstances, stepchildren, grandchildren, stepgrandchil- dren, adopted children, and dependent parents. If you'd like to learn more about survivors benefits, and how to apply, you should read our publication, Survivors Benefits, available at www. You can find additional useful information, such as our survivors planner and information about how to apply for survivors benefits, at pgm/survivors.htm. Large furniture & equipment sale June 9 am-noon Located in the bus garage at the school in I A I____.LL______I _ vvestorooK, ....... / ~2126ra4~ The calendar is printed the last week of each month for the coming month's events. If you have an item you would like included please drop it off at the Sentinel Tribune Office in Westbrook or Bubai Food Store in Walnut Grove by the Friday prior to publication. We would like to have brief announce- ments of general nature. Some of the items we use are taken from sources previ- ously printed. If you know of changes in these events please let us know so we can correct them. Please take note of the sponsors who bring you this month- ly calendar. o Sunday Monday WB-TOPS, 8:30 a~ WB-Library, 10-6pm WB-M&M Pantry, l:30-3pm WB -City council, 6:30pro 1 WG-Micawber Club I WG-Legion Post ] WG-City Council I WWG School board, 7 pm Tuesday WB-Library, 10-6pro WB-Sunset Club, l:30pm WB-Museum, 7 pm Z Wednesday WB-Library, l-6pm a 3 Thursday WB-Library, 10-5pm WB-Kiwanis club, noon 4 11 7 WB-TOPS. 8:30 am WB.Library, 10-6pm WB-M&M Pantry, l:30-3pm WB-Firemen's mtg. Dovray Boosters, 5:30pm WG-Legion Auxiliary WB-Library, l-6pm WB-Library, 10-5pn~ WG-Amicus Club WG-Keenagers. WB-Library, 10-6pm o 8 WB-Sen. Cit. Fun time, tlm [] 9 10 WB-Kiwanis club, noOla a WB-Library, 10-6pm WB-Library, 1-6pm WG-EDA mtg.,6 pm Friday Saturday WB-Library, 10-5pm WB-Library, 10-5pm WB-Library, 10-5pro 5 12 14 la WB-TOPS, 8:30 am~ WB-Library, 10-6pm WB-M&M Pantry, l:30-3pm WB-Lion's club 15 16 17 a WB-Library, 10-5pro WB-Kiwanis club, noon WB-Ambulance squad mtg. 18 19 21 28 WG-Firemens' mtg. WB-TOPS, 8:30an~ WB-Library, 10-6pro WB-M&M Pantry, l:30-3pm 22 WB-TOPS, 8:30at# WB-Library. 10-6pm WB-M&M Pantry, l:30-3pm WB-Sen. Cir. potluck, 6pm 29 WG-Keenagers WB-Library, 10-6pm a WB-Library, 10-6pm 23 WB-Library, 1-6pm a WB-Library, l-6pm t~ 30 24 31 WB-Library, lO-5pm WB-Kiwanis club, noon u 25 @ WB-Library, lO-5pm 26 6 13 20 27 Country View Senior Living "Top quality living and care" Walnut Grove, MN 507-859-2133 Westbrook - Walnut Grove Funeral Home Nathan & Valerie Stephens Westbrook, mN Phone 507-274-6700 Walnut Grove, iN Phone 507-859-216! 159052 o,_~r"Good"n- . The place where .',-rf Jq ._.Samaritan care, quality ioeie_tyy and love go 507-274-6155 hand in hand. 188480 Westbrook, 507-274-5555 Serving communities in South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa Storden, MN Phone 507-445-3417