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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, July 3, 2013 Page 7 COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Summer time greetings to all from the staff and tenants at Country View Senior Living Community. It&apos;s been a beautiful week of weather for outdoor activities and out- ings. This week the tenants have had the opportunity to par- ticipate in PoKeNo, J-I-N- G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, Phase 10, Stretching with Ashlee, Bone Builders, Bible Study, the bus downtown Walnut Grove, Arts & Crafts and a pontoon ride on Lake Shetek with the Lets go Fishing with Seniors Outings Program. The pontoon ride was so relaxing! The tenants were the first group out on the pon- toon this season since the weather has not been as cooperative is it could have been. The Red Hat Granny Readers came to the facility on Friday afternoon. Friday was also "Bandana Day". Looking forward to next week, there will be hand & foot canasta on Monday at 1 p.m., the bus downtown Walnut Grove on Tuesday, Sequence on Wednesday and "red, white & blue day" on Friday. There will also be an ice cream social on Friday afternoon. We are not plan- ning on any large group activities for Thursday since so many have mentioned being out of the facility with family to celebrate the 4th of July. The 500 card tournament will be on Monday the 15th at 12:30 p.m. That's the news from the country, have a fantastic week! MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO July 1, 1998 On the three weekends of the "Fragments of A Dream" Pageant, there will be an Open Air Market and enter- tainment in the City Park. Twenty-five vendors have registered, mostly for the second weekend. Contrlrmation was held at English/St. Olaf Lutheran Churches on Sunday, May 17. Confu'mands were Kohl Knudson, Erin Richards, Joana Sykora, and Clay Dudgeon. Warren and Gloria Pack attended the 50th anniversary of Cliff and Melba Pack Sundhy' afternoon at the Methodist Church social Hall. Warren was bestman at the wedding. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 30, 1983 Lake Laura was almost the site of a tragic accident last Saturday afternoon when 3-year-old Laura Kaufenberg of Walnut Grove was found in shallow water, with her head under the water. Laura may have been laying in the shallow water and may have fallen asleep, and the water may have been just deep enough to cover her head when she relaxed. Laura was taken to the hospital after being given CPR by life- guard Beth Ziemke. Laura is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaufenberg. Members of English Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove gathered this past weekend with guests and for- mer pastors to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the church. The festivities included a dinner Saturday night at the Community Center, a festival worship service with Communion on Sunday morning and an informal program Sunday aftemoon. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO July 4, 1968 Nearly 150 horses and rid- ers were entered in the Plum Creek Saddle club's annual Horse Show at Floyd Weaver's Plum Creek Ranch Stmday afternoon. Five win- ners were named in each of 16 events. Those placing from Walnut Grove were Debbie Peterson, fifth in Horsemanship; Kim Saxhaug was a member of the team placing second in the Four Horse Bending event. The Explorers sponsored a Buffalo Bar-B-Cue last Thursday evening during the June Festival of Fun. First they dug a large pit and burned a whole ash tree to form a deep bed of hot coals and rocks. The coals were covered with sand and the wrapped buffalo meat was put on top. This, in turn, was covered. Twenty-four hours later, Explorer Advisor Jacob Kenyon exclaimed "It's done!" as he tasted the Bar- B-Cued buffalo. Ushers for Pageant Friday, July 12 Stephanie Burnham Pat Wahl Wanda Lund Darlene Albertson Deb Martins Bette Ourada Rhonda Heggerston Saturday, July 13 Vicki Van Gelderen Signe Hansen Char Satter Karla Beens Roberta Bakken Sandy Anderson WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES July 8-12, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Meatloaf, baked potato, green beans, peaches Tuesday: Tilapia, fried potatoes, baked beans, pound cake/strawberries Wednesday: Stroganoff/ noodles, biscuits, spinach salad, cake Thursday: Chicken Alfredo, squash, breadstick, tart Friday: Pork cutlet, mashed potatoes, peas, watermelon For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your communi- ty and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. MURRAY COUNTY 4-H CLUB July 3 - Summer of Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H Building July 4 - Independence Day - office closed July 9 - Pizza Garden, 9-10 am, Slayton Community Garden July 10 - Summer of Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H Building July 13-21 - Murray County 4-H hosts Florida exchange guests July 15 - County fair exhib- it registrations forms due in office July 15 - 4-H Project Day registration deadline July 16 - Pizza Garden, 9-10 am, Slayton Community Garden July 16 -Pool Party at Slaytona Beach sponsored by The Escape Youth Center, 6:30-8:00 pm July 17 - Summer of Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H Building CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1 -800-41 O- 1859 Let's Go Fishing June 26 the tenants from Country View, Walnut Grove, went on a pontoon ride with the "Let's Go Fishing, Senior Outings Program" on Lake Shetek. Pictured from left, front: Minnie Kronback, Glen Kronback. Back: Captain Jim, Virene Shea, Lucille Bruns, Shirley Knakmuhs, Kim Rolling, Edith Swenson, Alice Maas, Lori Glib, Faye Hansen, Eleanor Davis, Ernest Maas and 1st Mate Bob. Submitted photo WILD About Reading Program The United Way of Southwest Minnesota WILD About Reading Program roared into the Walnut Grove Park on Tuesday, June 18. Volunteers, Dallas and Gall Dammen, and United W Education Coordinator, Stephanie Cordes facilitated this stop on the schedule. WILD About Reading incorporates books, activities, puppets and fun! All ages are welcome at the area events, however books and activities are directed toward pre- school age children. Child care providers attending with chil- dren in their care received a bag of books for continued use in their daycare. For a complete listing of the rest of the WILD About Reading summer schedule, visit, www.UnitedWaySWMN. org. Submitted photo Applications open for State Patrol Summer Camp Participants receive train- ing in firearms, crash investi- gation, leadership and more. Minnesota State Patrol is accepting applications for 16-19 year aids to attend a week-long summer camp to learn the training and respon- sibilities of law enforcement officers. The camp includes train- ing in firearms, radar/air- craft enforcement, defensive driving, crash investigation, defensive tactics, as well as leadership skills and more. There is no charge for the camp. Applications are due July 6. Application information is online: INJURED AT WORK? Statewide Minnesota Representation Lost Wages? Unpaid Bills? .r m ,m mm m, m, ,m m m m 1 m m" m _ Can I Get Fired? 1 WET BASEMENT? iO SteVeAttorneyneld, FREE advice-confidential 1 A'-"-'M ;[L' - :/" II"e'* r., F,. 1-m-212ao www.FieldsWorklnjury.cOmHablamos Espaol _1 WATERWORKS I o<: ' 1 * Basement Systems * I_ FULL-TIME 1 Toll Ftc 1"$00"?054.20" I. Position Available o' ;',  = L m m ,m ,m m, ,m m m m, m m  ,m A The Cottonwood County AuditorTreasurer's office will be accepting applications for the full-time position of ' Deputy Auditor/Treasurer until 4:30, July 12. Applications are available at the Auditor/Treasurer's office or onfine at Experience in governmental accounting, elections, spreadsheets and legal descriptions is highly desirable. Must be willing to train. A full job description is avail- able. Pay range depends on experience and expertise. https :// sions/msp/forms-reports/ Documents/TC%202013%20 SUMMER%20CAMP%20 INFO%20Extended%20 Deadline.pdf The Camp is Aug. 11-17 at Camp Ripley, Little Falls, Minn. The camp will be led and monitored by State Patrol troopers. A graduation ceremony will conclude the camp on Aug. 17 Around 30 participating teenagers will be accepted through the application pro- cess. Cards of thanks in the Sentinel Tribune will be in box ads. 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