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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, July 7, 2004 Page 5 Middle School :hing Band performing at Valleyfair On Wednesday. July 14. 50 members Westbrook-Walnut Middle School Band will show- their talent in a live at Valleyfair Amusement Park. is the Upper largest family park. The park's and attractions are across 90 beautiful that border the River. Each season, more than 75 middle and high school bands participate in Valleyfair's marching band program. At 11:00 a.m., the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Middle School Marching Band, under the direction of Kathy Vondracek, will begin their march through Valleyfair's walkways. The band will also play a selec- tion or two at the Front Gate. Annual Cottonwood Farm Safety Day he lOth Annual County Farm Day will be held July 14, 2004 at City Arena. [artr, at has been updat- Youth who have Grades 1 - 7 will )ate in a program 2- 5 p.m. Pre-school Kindergarten aged I and their parents are to a program from 6 - P.m, A supper will be at approximately for both groups. variety of safety top- covered including: grain bins, electri- picking, power take md medical. New for There will be a fire house that partici- will be able to go and learn about fire and escape routes. Session is being sup- and taught by the Area Fire istration is limited and is required for youth and adults. To regis- ter, contact the Cottonwood County Extension Office at 831-4022 or 1-800-967-1763. Registration is free and t- shirts will be given to partic- ipants. Generous contribu- tions from local businesses and organizations financial- ly support the program. This marks the 10th year the University of Minnesota Extension Service Cottonwood County and the Cottonwood County Farm Bureau have collabo- rated on the Farm Safety Day. For each of those years approximately 100 youth have participated in the Safety Day. Cottonwood County 4-H Ambassadors and Youth Leaders serve as group leaders and sessions are taught by local profes- sionals, Farm Bureau Board members and University of Minnesota Extension staff. For more information, contact Andrea Ruesch, Regional " Extension Educator at 1-888-241-4635 or Find us on the Web at yon-siouxpress.corn WE ARE A DIRECT LENDER|, IbPIly ell Credit Ca/d Bats I IMakl Home tmovemtzl lbPsy C Coeege T v _... su-k000 DIABETES? Type 2 Diabetes Study e looking for Male or Female participants. 21 to 75 years old has, e normal digesuon and absorption. is 12 weeks, requiring four visits to the Your participation will , and effectiveness of an investiga- dietary supplement designed to control blood glucose eceive cash cornpensation for completing all study Open Sundays Antiques Upstairs Downstairs Downtown Lamberton, MN July Celebration Stop in and cheek out the July Specials BETTER INFORMED VOTERS and register for a $20.00 Gift Certificate. Hour: Mdmy  twcchy, 9:00 AIM[ to 5:00 PM &taday, 12.-00 PM to 6.'00 PM ,11 rammer Heliday,. 12.'00 FM m 6:00 PM Redwood County 1 lth Annual Relay For Life Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society's signature fundraiser. As of 2003 it is the largest fundraiser in the world. Funds raised at Relay For Life will enable the American Cancer Society to support local services and resources for cancer patients and their families. Funds also support critical cancer research and community education programs designed to teach people how to reduce their risk of devel- oping cancer. Call 1-800- ACS-2345 or go to www, can- for more information. Do you want to help? How about joining a Relay For Life team or forming a team? New teams can be formed anytime up to the time of the Relay. Contact Deb Kaardal at 504-637- 3231 or 507-637-5051 for team information or come to Bank Night on July 8 at 7:00 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Redwood Falls. This is the night teams already formed turn in the donations and luminaria orders they have collected up to that night. Redwood County American Cancer Society's llth Annual Redwood County Relay For Life is Friday and Saturday July 16 and 17 at the Gilfillan Estate starting at 5:00 for the public. Relay For Life is volun- teers working to fight cancer and make life better for those with cancer. Join them in making this another great Relay! College News Jeffrey Mathiason on dean's list The U of MN-Duluth has announced its dean's list for spring semester 2004. Students on the dean's list have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or.higher. Area student included on the list is Jeffrey J. Mathiason, Walnut Grove. FFA Day Westbrook-Whlnut Grove had over 40 people attend this years FFA day at the Dome. Highlights of the trip included an FFA alumni sponsored tail gate party, silent auction, FFA members throwing out the first pitch, and FFA members singing the National Anthem. WWG FFA had four of the twenty-five FFA members selected to sing the National Anthem. Members singing includLl Nou Yang, Kia Yang, Brittany Conrad, and Paul Rupp. Submitted photo Redwood County Public Health Service receives Car Seat Grant Redwood County Public Health now has car seats and booster seats for Redwood County residents meeting Maternal Child Health Income Guidelines. Car seat and booster seat sat/ety checks are available to all residents of Redwood County. Participants will receive instruction on car seat placement, proper car seat for the child, and learn how to securely install their car seat into their vehicle. Car seats already in use will be checked for recalls and safety. Call Redwood County Public Health for more information and to schedule your appointment for ,July 22, 2004 from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM with the Certified Car Seat Technician today. 507-637- 404I. Tickets for "Hello, Dolly" Redwood Area Theatre and Redwood Area Community Education proudly present their 10th summer musical production, "Hello, Dolly." Tickets are on sale at the Redwood Valley School District Office located MESOTHELIOMA OR LUNG CANCER Did you know that being exposed to Asbestos dust can cause Lung Cancer 20 to 30 years after exposure? If you or a thmily member has suffered or died from Lung Cancez or Mesothelioma, you may be entitled to compensation. 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