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' SENTINEL TmBUNE Wednesday, July 10, 2013 Page 8 The first town council meeting ended up with very little being accomplished. Caroline Ingalls was agitated when she found out they would be living in a dug out. lU Museum dugout get facelift New front on Dugout This Great Blue Heron was spotted recently on the fishing dock at South Double Lake. It was preparing to take flight and took off shortly after this picture was taken. For thq in Area news coverage... Q une Athletic physicals help your child perform their best. Physicals are key in the prevention of injury and help get the season off to a winning start• Sanford Westbrook is hosting athletic screenings to make it easy and convenient. Parent must accompany child to their appointment• During the month of July Monday - Friday 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. Sanford Westbrook For more information call [507] 274-6121. Bring your immunization record and eye glasses if applicable• Reduced fee of $25. SANF-: RD" Westbrook FFA teacher, Josh Barron and WWG students and FFA mem- bers, Gage Pilaczynski and Nick Berg, assisted Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum board member, Stan Gordon, in replacing the sod for the Dugout on the Museum Grounds. Stan and volun- teer, Ed Fornberg, cut the sod for this project. Submitted photo Fun Fest Open possible. is able to donate a Lucas 2 nford Westbrook Medical Center. Winnina Team: Sue Chapman Craig Jans Major Westbrook Sponsors J f SANF¢ RD Westbrook Tracy Area Medical Foundation SANF RD" Tracy SANF-: RD" HEALTH Gordy & Sheryl Kopperud 212614