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SENTINEL TRIBUNE INS 00DE Wednesday, July 6, 2011 Page 3 • Pageant - 00rom Ticket Sales A check with the pageant ticket office found that ticket sales have been brisk this past week. Pat Hansen, and Annette Foster were busy this past week confirming telephone reservations. According to Hansen they have five tour groups for the first weekend. In the past they have had tour groups buy tickets early then cancel fight before the pageant. They have been getting a lot of inquiries, but they said a lot of people make their reservations closer to the actual date they want to attend. People worry about the weather, but they do not call off the pageant until 9:00 p.m. most of the time. You might have rain showers in the morning or afternoon, but then it will clear off by evening. Last year was one of the rare times the pageant has had a rain out. But despite that, they had a very good year. Family Festival The Family Festival has a full line up of entertainment and activities for young and old. Saturday July 9 there will be entertainment from 11:00 to 5:30 p.m. Demonstrations during the day will be old time black- smith, corn shelling, weaving, wood carver, seed art, corn husk dolls and much more. Music and presentations will progress throughout the day. Playing in the corn tubs at the fam- ily festival. (File photo) Joel and Toby Schaan and Scott Devlin will give an acoustic performance from 11:30 - 12:30 p.m. Western author and Jesse James authority, John Koblas will give his presentation from 12:30 to 1:00. The Lucia Family Dance Troupe will perform from 1:15 to 2:00. KKCK will broadcast from the park from 1:30 to 3:30. Melanie Stringer - Historian, Historic Interpreter. Laura and Nellie Look-a-Like contest 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. (registration begins at 1:30.) Joel and Toby Schaan and Scott Devlin will preform again from 3:30 to 5:30. There will also be kids activities, historic bus tours, Brinni Veit and her daughter Elirena in costume. crafts and vendors, art exhibit at the community center, and pageant supper in the evening at the community center. Wilder Museum The Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and Information Center will be open all day. The museum has several new displays, an expanded gift shop, and a new hands on area ready for visitors. So if you are looking for a great time, come to Walnut Grove for the opening of the Wilder Pageant, The Family Festival, and the Wilder Museum. The covered wagon at the Wilder Museum is a popular photo site. (File photo) M inn -- From page 1 e Kelly Beaty office manager at the Westbrook Utilities Department said "it will not have an effect on us. The only thing is people wanting to sign up for fuel assistance will have to wait, as Western Community Action is shut down. It will be business as usual for us." Paula McGarvey, Walnut Grove City Clerk, said "I don&apos;t think it will affect us a lot -- except for when we have to contact the state for reports and things like that." The city will still be able to run their charitable gam- bling at the bar and grill. One thing it could affect would be licensing from the state for the gambling, but it is good for some time. McGarvey had received a letter from the state indicat- ing the city would continue to receive their LGA. Both Westbrook and Walnut Grove receive a little less than half their budget from LGA. Wanda Hoyt, of Hoyt's Oil and Convenience in Walnut Grove, received a letter warning them of the state shut- down of the lottery. "We told most of our daily ticket buy- ers that they would not be able to buy tickets if the state shut down," she said. "We have quite a few daily buyers." Other than the lottery, Hoyt thinks it will not affect their regular gas and convenience business. "People will still buy their gas and convenience items," she said. A check at the Plum Creek Camp Ground found that all available sites were booked for the fourth of July weekend. Park Manager AI Nelson, said "we have had a few requests for sites, but we were full before the state shut down." The state park at Lake Shetek was also closed. But the camp ground there had been closed all spring for remodel- ing. However, it was scheduled to open in July. It's anyone's guess as to how long the shut-down will last. But for state employees and others as well, they hope it will be short. Tuesday, July ! 2 • 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Cottonwood County Fairgrounds Purchase tickets et: • Windom Chamber Office • Bank Midwest • Fuldo Area Credit Union • United Prairie Bank • ]or0 • Hy-Vee TICKETS: In Advance Circus Day Adult = $9 Adult = $12 Child -- $6 Child = $7 (ages 2-12) (ages 2-12) -BUY IN ADVANCE & SAVE- takefield & Westbook • Maynard's Foods- Mt. Lake, • Slate Ferm Insurance - Tommy Itall Agency • Sunshine Foods in Jackson Fund-raiser for the Windom Area Chamber of Commerc BA6$   ;;] ......  ............ IIII " II IW . Saturday, July 16 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. End-O-Line Park in Currie, MN m HOW HEALTHY ARE YOU? d out the answer to this and other health related questions Free Screeninos & Activities • Glucose Testing • Hearing Test • Lung Screens-Hemoglobin Count • Bone Mineral Density (BMD) Test The Doctor is IN! 8:00 Dr. Ali- Coronary Heart Disease 8:30 Dr. Khan - Benefits of Electronic Medical Records 9:00 Dr. Padma - General Surgery 9:30 Dr. Maichel Gharabauy - Stroke 10:00 Dr. Andy Kopperud - Pediatrics 10:30 Dr. JoyceTarbet - Orthopedics Low Cost Blood Tests • Full Chemistry Blood Panel 525 (12 hour fast required), includes Lipid Panel-Cholesterol & dt r-Z'-= Comprehensive Metabolic Panel) • Prostate Cancer Screenings (PSA) 520 Ultrasound ScreeninQs (minimal (Must pre-register for the following. Please call 507-212-4168 or register on-line at sanfordtracy.org) • Carotid Artery/Stroke Screening, Abdominal Aortic/j--7;' z Aneurysm Screening,ABI Screening S50  For both " • Heart Screens $50 €-Lcreensr 575 for both screens If you have had a heart or vascular screen previously, cost is $25 If you have a heart screen with ONLY the CT, cost is $25 If you have a heart screen without the CT, cost is 525 Digital Mammography Truck On Site Community Blood Bank Will be taking blood donations. Sole supplier for our local hospitals. No appointments needed. Pancakes by Kiwanis Clubs Breakfast served 7:30-11:30 a.m by westDrook, Tracy and Slayton Kiwanis. Shetek Therapy Services 5-K Fun Run/Walk, Kids'Race Run/walk your way to great health along the scenic course on Currie's Bike Trail! Registration $20 per person , (550 max/family). Registration 7:30 a.m. Race 8:30 a.m. Cash prizes awarded in adult categories. Special race for children with free t-shirts for all pre-registered participants. Pre-registration is appreciated. Contact Shetek Therapy Services (Slayton 836-6262, Tracy 212-4168), or Westbrook 274-5197). Or on-line at www.sanfordtracy.org Massage Therapist On Site Live Music by Sean Benz PARKg .__A5 CObqES'Y ,f< OY, t.l/S' Q.Ut sanfordtracy.org 228O38 ponsored by: SHETEK MEDICAL SERVICES Murray County MEDICAL CENTER SANFORD TRACY MEDICAL CENTER SANFORD Westbrook Medical Center Co-Sponsored By Foundation Dr. DeBruele Helping To Heal Prairie View Healthcare Cen- Lakeview Housing Colonial ter Sanford Cancer Center Manor - Balaton Sanford Home Medical Muldoon Chiropractic Office Equipment Southwest Murray County Medical Hearing Westbrook Major @ Sponsors SANF!!)RD'; .. r..., ew Westbrook tory ' 'end-- ; Press Gene's Pork Farm SANFRD" West:brook }939