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SENTINEL TRIBUNE C000[00[UNITY Wednesday, July 7, 2010 Page 7 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO July 5, 2000 Walnut Grove Pioneer Festival 2000 was held in July during the pageant weekends at the Wilder pageant site. The entertainment included a variety of bluegrass, country, acappella, oldies, Irish dance, Dixieland, jazz, folk, etc. Dust flew and engines roared in Milroy Saturday afternoon, as a truck-pulling contest sponsored by the Milroy Fire Dept attracted a big turnout. The com- petition was conducted by the Midwest Outlaws Truckpullers Assoc. TWENTY YEARS AGO July 4, 1990 Forty-six members of the local Girl Scout Troops and two guests from Westbrook held a Day Camp at Plum Creek Park on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 26 and 27. Barbara Muhs Walker of Ossining, NY and William Anderson of Lapeer, MI was in Walnut Grove signing their books. Both are authors of "Little House" books. Warren Parker, Revere has built a hand-crafted steam engine, one-third the size of a regular engine. The steam engine is currently on display at M/M I)r&apos;s Crafts in Walnut Grove. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 4, 1980 Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Bakken were honored on their 45th wedding anniversa- ry when relatives gathered for supper at the Mediterranean Club, Tracy Sunday, June 29. The group was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson, Tracy follow- ing. Granddaughters Wendy Bakken, Leasa Bakken ad Anita Erickson baked and decorated the anniversary cake for the couple. Rev. Ken Felska took over duties as pastor of the United Methodist Church, Walnut Grove this past week. Rev. Felska is a native of Hutchinson and a graduate from Bethel Seminary, St. Paul this spring. CPR and First Aid Classes offered The Redwood Area Hospital will be offering a full certification CPR course for healthcare providers on July 27 from 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. This course provides infor- mation on adult and pediatric CPR, including two-rescuer scenarios and use of the bag- valve mask. It also covers foreign-body airway obstruc- tion (conscious and uncon- scious), automated external defibrillation (includes child AED update), special resus- citation situations, and other cardiopulmonary emergen- cies. This course was designed for medical professionals needing a healthcare CPR certification such as nurses, doctors, first responders, nursing students, etc. and will be taught by a certified American Heart Association Instructor. A certification card, credential, will be given to all participants. If you would like more information or would like to register for this upcom- ing class, please visit our website at www.redwo- odareahospital.org and click on classes or call Shelly Pauling, Education & Communications Manager at 507-637-4527. Youth ATV Safety Training A youth ATV Safety Training course will be offered in Redwood County August 7 with class start- ing at 9:00 a.m. It will be held at the Redwood County Fairgrounds at the south entrance. Register at the Redwood County Sheriff's Office, 507-637-4036 or contact Trp. Kyle Backer, 507-537- 6277. Pre-registration is required and student must meet the following: * Training is available to youth ages 11-15 (certified when 12). * Be accompanied by a parent or guardian. * Must "fit" the ATV (ATV is provided but bring- ing your own is recommend- ed). *Must successfully com- plete the Minnesota DNR safety CD - ATV CD-ROM is available fee of charge by calling 888-646-6367. A registration fee is required by the DVR for this training. Menu Pork Loin on a bun Beans Hot dogs Chips Potato Salad Pies and Ice Cream Lemonade and Coffee Ala Carte Pricing CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS Childbirth Classes The Obstetrical Department at the Redwood Area Hospital will be offer- ing childbirth preparation classes on Wednesdays, August 4 through August 25, from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. This class will be held at the Redwood Area Hospital in the Education Room, please use the entrance on Gould Street. Topics to be covered include nutrition, exercise, labor and delivery, newborn care, postpartum care and car seat safety. A tour of the Obstetrical Department, including the new labor and delivery suites, will also be provided. You can also see a virtual tour of the OB depart- ment on our website. The Redwood Area Hospital encourages all expecting parents to attend childbirth preparation classes and parents should make an effort to attend during the second trimester of pregnan- cy. For more information about upcoming childbirth education classes, contact the Education department at 507-637-4527, or visit our website and register online at www.redwoodareahospital. org. MURRAY COUNTY 4-H CLUB NEWS July 7 - Thanksgiving at Summer of Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H Building July 7 - 4-H Livestock Committee, 7 pm, Courts Building July 7 - 4-H Softball, 7pm, Slayton ball diamonds July 14 - Valentine's Day at Summer of Fun program, 9-1 lam, 4-H Building July 14 - Final 4-H Softball, 7pm, Slayton ball diamonds July 15 - County Fair regis- tration forms due in office July 21 Christmas at Summer of Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H Building Hear Disease is the #:1 Cause of Death Among Amedans. When it comes to heart attack, early detection could save your life. Take control and know your numbers. Get a screening at Sanford today. Heart Screen includes: EKG, Blood Pressure, Heart Score CT and Lipid Pane/. When: Saturday, July 17 Where; Shetek Health Services Health & Fitness Fair End- O- khe Park, Curde, MN 00USanford Cost: $50 " Heart Hospital Calt (507) 212-4224 for an appointment. BeHeartSmart.org 182353 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES July 12-16, 2010 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 am, Monday thru Friday. Monday: Meat loaf, baked potatoes, cabbage, fruit sauce Tuesday: Roast beef/gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, des- sert Wednesday: Chicken Cordon Bleu, augratin pota- toes, beets, dessert Thursday: Ham, sweet potatoes, baked beans, dessert Friday: Sweet-n-sour chicken, rice, squash, dessert For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your com- munity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager A nice week of weath- er finally blew in with the wind after the storms came through! The strong winds blew our television satellite right out of alignment, so we were without cable TV for almost two days! The activities for this week have included J-I-N-G-O, PoKeNo, BINGO, Bible Study, Wii, Bone Builders, 500, SkipBo and the bus ride down town Walnut Grove. Some of this week's win- ners include Agnes Seykora, June Boerboom, Georgiana Mincy, Audrey Schroeder and Hazel Takle. The Sahlstrom family was here providing musical entertainment for the tenants. They are a talented family with all playing an instru- ment and the ability to sing wonderfully. We enjoyed ice cream following the enter- tainment. Looking forward to Thursday, there will be Ecumenical church set/ices at 8:30 a.m. in the commu- nity room and Adopt-A- Grandparent in the evening at 6:30 p.m. The garage is nearing ,zom- pletion. The shingles and siding are done and it cer- tainly looks like a garage. It appears as though the finish- ing touches are all that are left to complete. Hope everyone enjoyed the fireworks on the 4th! There was much happening in the area, so perhaps you were able to get outdoors and enjoy the celebration. That's the news frorn the country. Enjoy your week! Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune WILDER PAGEANT July 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 2010 l Walnut Grove, MN Outdoor drama based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder Performance 9:00 pm Alison Amgfim "Nellie" Guest Stars from the Dean Butler "Almanzo" Appearing July 24 "Little House" TV Series Appearing July 17 Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn WALNUT GROVE FIRE DEPARTMENT 182185 Friday, July 9 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center .. ; ..................................................... i ..... ,<:IL,, :' ::i;,,iii:i:i::: .................... iiiiiiii;;! '' ....  JULY 10, 2010: WALNUT GROVE CITY PARK 11AM -6PM Laura & Nellie Look-a-Like Contest Lauren Lee & Liberty Road: Fiddle Music Performance Barbara Hawkins: Author / Speaker "Laura Ingalls Wilder: An International Name" Artist demonstrations: weaver, carver, blacksmith, jewelry making, Caricature art, seed art, corn husk doll making JULY 17, 2010: WALNUT GROVE CITY PARK 11AM -6PM Dean Butler (Almonzo Wilder) Appearance Laura & Nellie Look-a-Like Contest Pipestone Pipemakers: Native American Exhibit / Stories / Demonstrations Joel Schaan, Toby Schaan & Scott Devlin: Acoustic Guitar Performance Artist demonstrations: weaver, carver, blacksmith, jewelry making, Caricature art, seed art, corn husk doll making JULY 24, 2010: WALNUT GROVE CITY PARK 11AM -6PM Alison Arngrim (Nellie Oleson) Appearance Artist demonstrations: weaver, carver, blacksmith, jewelry making, Caricature art, seed art, corn husk doll making Dave Doubler Civil War reenactment/demonstration Lonesome Ran: Cowboy Music John Koblas: MN Author Book Signing / Speaking Appearance JULY 9,10,16,17, 23 & 24, 2010 Walnut Grove Community Center 2:00pm- 7:30pm Art Exhibit: Framed art exhibited during the Community Dinners which are held on Friday & Saturdays during the Wilder Pageant 2ND ANNUAt Walnut (irove Car show www.walnutgrove.orfestival *This FeslJvalwas sible in art / rant from SMAHc (The Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council) and the MN Arts B(ard.