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TRIBUNE Edu(zation Wednesday, June 30, 2004 Page 5 Colle e News Yang Walnut Grove the students to with bachelor of from Gustavus College, St. Peter, May 30, 2004. received a degree in elman Engelman, Grove was among g this sprig U of N Iowa, Cedar received a BA in Central i uation students included in graduating class Central Tech were: Boeve, Avoca ; Practical Nursing Noomen, DIP, Dental a 3.5 -3.99 GPA and enroll in at least 12 credits. Students with an asterisk achieved a 4.O GPA. Area students included on the dean's list are: Shanell Amundson*, Avoca Annelisa Moore*, Lucan Victoria Krentz *, Isaiah Wahl, Walnut Grove Derek Erickson. Brittany Nelson, Jay Takle, Westbrook. So. Central Tech - Mankato announces spring dean's list The spring dean's list was recently announced. To be on the dean's list a student must achieve a 3.50 GPA while carrying 12 credits. Area students included on the dean's list are: Melanie L. Boeve, Avoca Ashley L. Hay, Walnut Grove Area student in Summer work experience Currently 12 diesel mechanics students from West - Alexandria Technical College (ATC) are participat- ing in a summer work expe- rience at Ziegler, Inc. Caterpillar dealer in Minnesota and Iowa. list Each participant will receive a $250 scholarship students included on each semester of their sec- dean's list at MN ond year and will be invited campus are to participate in a six-week McTigue, Walnut internship in the spring and Andy Kleeberger, where they will receive expo- sure to a third shop training area. Johnson Among the students par- ticipating is Ben Byers, dean's list Westbrook. Johnson was named term dean's list Univerity of the 2003-04 aca- :Year. Members of the list achieve a grade average of 3.50 or r on a 4.00 scale. a graduate of Walnut Grove School, is the son of Johnson, Walnut State U - BETTER INFORMED VOTERS nces dean's for High Honors must have a 4.0 and to qualify for a student must have CLASSIFIED ADS ] CAkE 274-6136 OR 1-800-41 O- 1859 PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers Years Representatwe Elaine Harder thanks volunteers, supporters and voters of District 22B for the opportunity to serve this area in the Minnesota House of Representatives. Refreshments will be served at her home on Friday, July 9 Parelli Savvy taught at Windom Theory, philosophy and techniques of the Parelli Natural Horsemanship Savvy Program will be pre- sented as a featured event at the Windom City Arena July 22-28, 2004. The Parelli Natural Horsemanship Program is founded on the teaching methods of Pat Parelli, a California native with 40 years of horse-han- dling experience. Parelli is bringing his program to horse enthusiasts all over the world through tours, clinics, seminars, videos and RFD-TV. Parelli feels that there is no"magic to the incredible M$ YwT00+ev Kids of all ages enjoyed a show put on by the Westbrook Library and the Plum Creek Library System. Mr. Twister used balloons to entertain the crowd while telling stories. relationship seen between certain humans (horse whis- perers) and horses. These outstanding partnerships are available to all people willing to commit the time and understanding to horses. His system works through the understanding of the laws of nature that govern all horses. It teaches commu- nication through under- standing and psychology rather than force, fear or intimidation. It asks humans to consider everything from the horse's point of view. The objective is to learn to devel- op the kind of relationship with the horse that omits the need for artificial aids and restraint. In Parelli's words, "Where knowledge ends, vio- lence begins." It teaches humans to think like horses before they think like humans. It teaches humans to communicate with horses in a language horses use with one another. In many cases, this can prevent injuries-and accidents by using knowledge to avoid dangerous situations before they develop. The Parelli Clinic Extravaganza at Windom will teach the "how" behind the "wow" of the Parelli pro- gram. Featured instructors will be 5-Star instructor, Dave Ellis from California, assisted by 3-Star Dan Thompson and 2-Star Gretchen Thompson from Montana. Each has been with the Parelli program for more than 10 years. The Savvy System will be taught at all levels - beginners to advanced. The Extravaganza consists of a variety of sepa- rate clinic sessions and spe- cific topic workshops taught during the 7 days committed to the Windom facility. The educational series will end with a cow-working clinic in South Dakota. For full details, log onto HYPER- LINK "http://www.parel-" or con- tact Pat Murry 507-243- 3340. i. Next Week's American Profile... Learning t l/betty Students ,tsually get their first lessons in liberty in the (.lass- room. Amerwan Profile anti Fr r .'fetes Channel went to four schools _.ross the country, to learn what freedom weans to our children. In Addi'on... • Tem ad &-te • D podo d Back to school supplies Many children head back to school in the fall without the items they need, making them different from their classmates. In addition to not having that "new out- fit" the first day of school, they do not have the required notebooks, pencils, crayons, etc. that they should have. The goal of the Building Families School Drive Committee is to ensure that every" child attends school ready to learn. Hopefully, we can make this possible. However, this will not be possible without your help. Last year this project served approximately 233 children from 9 schools. Several fundraising  events are currently in the planning stages to gather supplies for children grades K-6 throughout Redwood County. We would like to invite you to join us in ensur- ing that our students go back to school with the supplies they need. There are a num- ber of options for businesses and organizations to be involved: 1. Establish a drop off site in your office or building for customers and communi- ty members to drop off donated supplies; 2. Sponsor a Bac to School Supplies Drive among the employees of your business (e.g., "Jean Day") and 3. Make a dona- tion of supplies or money from your business. Donations need to be col- lected by July 15, 2004 so we can package them for distri- bution. Financial donations may be made payable to Building Healthy Families - School Supplies, and mailed to: Building Healthy Families, Attn: Danna Trebesch, PO Box 510, Redwood Falls, MN 56283. Please feel free to con- tact Danna Trebesch at 507- 637-4050 if you have any questions. ARE YOU AT RISK FOR STROKE?... Find out the er to this and other health related questions at the 5Lt,t .. 200ANNUALSHE00HOSPITAI00 ' • " tt00TIt. & Fr00s • SA'I1JRDAY, JULY 17 7:30 a.m. to Noon i End-O-Line Park in Cuttle, MN Health Screenings (mm cge)ailr I : .Carotid Artery/Stroke Screening $25 • * This screening scans the arteries in the neck.  ] :  proced=e ca. detect a.arong ot an  I • artery, which could lead to a stroke. Six)n.,;ored /3t/... TRACY ABEA MEDW.AL SERVICES MURRAY  MIK)RIN HOSPITAL 2’’)  wESrBROOK I-hLTH CJ3 MilDICAI, 8R_,ltVI i . ABDOMINAL AORTIC/ANEURYSM SCREENING $25 • This screening can detect an aneurysm in the abdominal aorta. Most often there are no symptoms if an aneurysm exists. *This ** test requires fasting for 6 hours prior to the test. ** • BONE MINERAL DENSITY (BMD) TEST $20 • Determine your risk for Osteoporosis by this simple test. This test ** can predict your chances of future bone fractures and detect your ** rate of bone loss. 80 percent affected by Osteoporosis are women. : (Must pre-regmter for these tests.) • i lease call 1-800-515-6544, Ext. 4122 • o [pOter Important Screenings (=mm cge • Full Chemistry Blood Panel Only $20 ,z hour fast required) Includes Lipid Panel (Cholesterol) . Prostate Cancer Screening (PSA) Only $15 Free • CommuniW • Pancake Children's : Blood " Breakfast 7:30- Area " • Bank • 10 a.m.