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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COM00IUNITY Wednesday, July 13, 2011 Page 6 WESTBROK SENIOR NUTmTION SERVICES July 18-22, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Country steak, mashed potatoes, spinach, pudding, bread, milk Tuesday: Meatloaf, scal- loped potatoes, carrots, strawberry Bavarian cream, bread, milk Wednesday: Stuffed baked potato, broccoli, bar, bread, milk Thursday: Chicken breast, fresh fruit, pea & cheese salad, cake, bun, milk Friday: Pork chow mein, rice, oriental veg., gelatin/ pineapple, sugar cookie, bread, milk For reservations call Angle at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO July 11, 2001 Loy Woelber began his duties as superintendent July 1. He is a native of Pipestone, and comes from Chokio Alberta where he served as principal since 1995 and superintendent the last 3 years. Area students named on the Honors List for the spring semester at MN State University, Mankato, are Bradley Cohrs and Katie Krick, Westbrook. Toddler Hanna Kleeberger underwent radical surgery in Baltimore on June 26 to help her lead a normal life. Hanna's parents are Doug and Jill Kleeberger, Westbrook. TWENTY YEARS AGO July 10, 1991 Relatives and friends gath- ered at Grace Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon to honor Anna Wahl on her 90th birthday. The occasion was hosted by her daughters and their spouses, Vemice and Reuben Gertner, Eunice and Bill Erpestead, and Coralyn and Ronald Comnick. Her grandsons and their wives assisted in the dining room. WWG High School senior class members were helping area residents by holding a car wash in the city park last Saturday. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 9, 1981 Immanuel Baptist Church will be hosting a special commissioning service for the Paul Van Loh family Saturday, July 11. The Van Lohs will be leaving Westbrook for missionary service in Fortaleza, Brazil. Bean walkers in the area have some long rows to get through. Some use the old- fashioned "one foot in front of the other" method, and some use the new "sit and squirt" method. The some- times boring task provides lots of summer jobs for area youth, as well as adults. Jeff Kvilhaug, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Kvilhaug, has been named to the Dean's List for the spring quarter at Southwest State University. The National Consumers League launched a new public education campaign, Script Your Future, to raise awareness among patients about the consequences of not taking medication as directed. In support of this campaign, Thrifty White is offering our Synchronized Prescription refill service. It is a convenient, new way to have all your prescriptions filled on the same day. It's easy and it's free! See your pharmacist today/ Jared Schmidt awarded key to See a s ::)eciatist :here at home THRIFTY WHITE 601 1st Avenue Westbrook, MN 507.274.6114 1.800.645.6479 by Lloyd Mullen Silver State Post Early in the aftemoon, late last week, Jared Schmidt was working in his office at the County Court House. Unexpectedly, Mayor Mary Ann Fraley paid him a visit. "Mary Ann actually was stopping by at the Court House. She stopped by and we started chatting. She told me, 'before you leave Deer Lodge, make sure you don't leave without me giving you a key to the city.' Pretty sure my .law dropped," Schmidt said, He initially thought that Mayor Fraley was kidding. "She said, 'No, seriously, come on by.' So I stopped by City Hall the other day and we arranged it to be on Tuesday July 5 when she would present me the key to the city so that some of my AmeriCorps Vista supervi- sors could be there," he said. Mayor Fraley said that she picked Schmidt to receive the key to the city because of the awareness he has brought to the issue of domestic vio- lence in the city of Deer Lodge. "He's done such an out- standing job in his position. What he's doing as a Vista for the community, it has soared to new heights. Especially with one project WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook; mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; or sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137 or by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppnb.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Michael Purtell of Mendota Heights and Rebecca Connolly, St. Paul were 4th of July weekend visitors at Iris Marshall home. Other callers were Marlene Gleason of Currie, Sandy Hubin and her sister Maribeth of Florida and Priscilla Comnick that he did for the City which was the poster contest with children in the school. It taught those children such an awareness of domestic vio- lence and people were thrilled with the visual pho- tos that the children dis- played in City Hall and around the City," she said. Mayor Fraley said that she was thrilled with that project as well as the positive influ- ence that Schmidt has pro- vided in. the community. "I think that he deserves to take it with him," she said. Schmidt said that he was very honored and extremely humbled by the fact that the Mayor wanted to present him with a key to the city. "Vistas show up to give a year of their lives to a cause and help a city and a state. We all have this mentality to serve, that's part of who we are," he said. "To be recog- nized, it's very humbling and it's pretty awesome to be honest." Schmidt said that Deer Lodge has become a home to him. "Home is where your heart is and there's a big part of my heart here. It's an important place to me," he said. "I never would have expected to receive it [the key to the city]. I'm just one guy trying to do my part," he said. "I'm just tickled pink." All your prescriptions ready for you on the SAME day. Sign up today/ Thrifty White Pharmacy Staff Pictured [ R to L ) Chrissy Johnson, Cindy Gettings, Joke Vorthems, Stacey Koenig, Pam Madson and Dean Lichty. Store Hours: Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5:30 pm Saturday: 9 am - 2 pm * Sunday: Closed Local workgroup meeting The local workgroup meeting for Cottonwood County will be held on Thursday July 28, at the USDA Service Center located at 339 9th Street, Windom; MN 56101 at 12:30 p.m. The purpose of the local workgroup is to set local priorities for Natural Resource Concems. Everybody is invited to share their opin- ion. The decisions that are made at the meeting effect how our funding is spent by the priorities that are set. If you have any ques- tions please contact Kelly Heather, District Conservationist at the Windom Field Service Center office at 507-831- 1153 ext 3. In the event that you require special accommo- dations please contact Kelly Heather, District Conservationist at the Windom Field Service Center office at 507-831- 1153 ext 3 by July 25. Endoscopy Cardiology Orthopedics Urology General. Surgery Genera[ Surgery Olsem- Dorman engagement Danielle Olsem, daughter of Dan Olsem and Sue Olsem, Westbrook, MN, and Ryan Dorman, son of Bob and Connie Dorman, LaCrosse, WA will be married Aug. 20, 2011, at Selbu Lutheran Church in LaCrosse, WA. Danielle is a graduate of Westbrook Walnut Grove High School, Minnesota and University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautics. Ryan is a graduate of LaCrosse High School and University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautics. Both Ryan and Danielle are pilots for Empire Airlines. Fun Days Pedal Power Results 4-year olds 8-year olds 1st - Casey Brown, 1st Ethan Mischke, Westbrook Westbrook 2nd Will Barron, 2nd -Jonathon Kleeberger, Westbrook Westbrook 3rd- Allison Edwards, 3rd - Jordan Marble, Tracy Slayton 5-year olds 9-year olds 1 st - Quentin Gundermann, 1 st Katrina Vogel, Westbrook Morgan 2nd - Timothy Kleeberger, 2nd - Natasha Neville, Westbrook Westbrook 3rd - Gabe Gilbertson, 3rd - Camryn Bunting, Avoca Westbrook 6-year olds 10-year olds st - Alana Morel, Mt. Lake 1st - Matthew Deprez, 2nd Carter Wiltman, Westbrook Redwood Falls 2nd - Wyatt Christians, 3rd - MaCoy Krick, Westbrook Westbrook 3rd Spencer Lien, 7-year olds Westbrook 1st Caleb Mitchell, ll-year olds Slayton 1 st - Kyle Kuehl, Avoca 2nd Ben Harisen, 2nd Matthew Bums, Westbrook Westbrook 3rd Emma Edwards, 3rd- Cody Sasker, Luveme Tracy Southwest Minnesota Radiation Center becomes Sanford Cane :er Center t : ...... : , : 7," Facility reinforces its alignment to Sanford Cancer Center of Excellence Southwest Minnesota Radiation Center is now Sanford Cancer Center. Open since 2007, Southwest Minnesota Radiation Center is a member of the Sanford Health Network. The name change signifies an opera- tional change to formally align the operation to the same level of quality guide- lines and standards used in caring for cancer patients across the entire Sanford footprint. "Southwest Minnesota Radiation Center has a long standing relationship with Sanford Cancer Center in Sioux Falls," states Lynn Olson, CEO, Sanford Worthington. "The name change to Sanford Cancer Center makes this alignment Joseph Witiett, DO Jul.y 21 Marian Petrasko, MD, PhD Jury 26 Joyce Tarbet, MD August 5 Gary GoLdberg, MD August 30 Tim Bakal.akos, MD JuLy 14 Michael Schneider, MD July 11 & 25 To schedule your appointment today, cal.t 15071 274-6121 sanfordwestbrook.org 2285 easily recognizable to our 'patients and the public." The Sanford Cancer Center is a partnership of Murray County Medical Center, Sanford Jackson, Sanford Tracy, Sanford Westbrook, Sanford Worthington and Windom Area Hospital. The Worthington location of Sanford Cancer Center provides radiation treatments to patients in the southwest Minnesota region. Sanford Cancer Center is under the direction of H. Jae Yoon, MD, the facilityis radiation oncologist. "I'm very excited to solid- ify our relationship with the Sanford Cancer Center of Excellence," said Dr. Yoon. "We have partnered with the Sanford Cancer Center in Sioux Falls for many years. Our new name not only showcases our alignment with their services, but with Sanford Roger Marls Cancer Center in Fargo, ND and Sanford Cancer at Sanford Clinic Bemidji in Minnesota as well." For more information or to make an appointment at Sanford Cancer Center in Worthington, call (507) 372- 3600 or visit cancer.sanford- health.org. Buy, Sell, or Rent m the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph.507-274-6136 1-800-410-1859 ;I I ; i ] . - II]III|)II ll][ll,lI[llfflllllll,,00lillil))l,l|llllll00llffilllEilllUlffillllllll lliilmlli|llll]l00 i i LHt00l00lil00l00lllllt00--_ :_ , - i ' .i