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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 16 Head basketball coaches hired at WWG By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- Derrick Jenniges will take charge of the Charger Boys Basketball team. Sheryl Woelber will take the head Charger Girls Basketball position. Woelber is a 1991 gradu- ate of Kimball, SD where she lettered five years. She also played for one year at Mount Marty College and coached a freshman team at Aberdeen Central High School in South Dakota. Jenniges is a 1998 gradu- ate of Wabasso High School and recently graduated from Corner By Jan Lindaman New basketball coaches WWG -- Derrick Jenniges and Sheryl Woelber Southwest State University. He was also hired to teach first grade in Westbrook this Fall. Jenniges was a starter in basketball at Wabasso and played baseball at SSU. Summer Rec. Activities for the week of July 21-25 Our 1st activity for the week will be a Beachless Party in Ferguson Park in Walnut Grove on Tuesda): July 22, at 1:00 p.m. We will be singing, dancing, eating, playing games, etc (If 6 oints for Playing .ff.qLCg - These you can use on any course especially an unfamiliar one. Point #5 - "Relax and have fun. Play one shot, and one hole at a time. Don't grip the club too tightly. Try not to lose your temper. Don't worry about results. And don't forget to breathe." No further expla- nation needed. The first half of the Men's Early #1 and #2 Leagues is completed. Here are the results and congratulations goes to the winners. It was quite close as the points indicate. Men's Early #1 - 1st half winners - Mel Faltinson/ Marlow Erickson 111; 2nd, Gene Lindaman/ Gary DeBates 109; 3rd, Ron Jorgenson/ Dave Jorgenson 104 1/2. Men's Early #2 - 1st half winners Beryl Morton/ Arnie Teichroew 109; 2nd, Mike Kuehl/David Schreier 101; 3rd, Dwayne Barker/ James Schmidt 98. Intermediate League has 1 week to go in their first half. Some teams have a match or two to make up but here are the standings as of last week: Intermediate League - Jim Schmidt/Hammer 81; Tim Wester/Steve Severson 79; Craig Jans/Duane Ourada 61 1/2; Doug Bakke/Digger Phelps 62. After 4 weeks of league play in the second half, the Women's League standings are: Women's 2-Lady - JoAnn. Carlson/Donna Carlson 31 1/2; Tammy Fishel/Chris Johnson 30. 7/2 Low Net - Denise Eichner 29; Donna Carlson 30. 7/2 Low Gross - Sara Arfsten 39; Tammy Fishel 40. 7/9 Low Net - Sandy Jarmer 30; Donna Carlson 31.7/9 Low Gross- Tammy Fishel 43: Gall Smith 44. Events Coming Up: Couples (Man-Woman) Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 19 at 9 a.m. Another fun day in store so sign up as soon as possible. Youth Open has been post- poned 1 week due to the middle school marching band going to Valley Fair, it will now be held on Monday, July 21 at 9 a.m. See the ad in the paper for further details. Men's Senior Open will be held on Monday, July 28, with registration begin- ning at noon and play in the afternoon. Evening meal included with registration. GOLF IS GROWING IN POPULARITY because . . . #8) "Golf doesn't have free" agency." Have a good week. Laura Ingalls Wilder July 11-12.13, I&19.20, 25.25.27 Westbrook- Walnut Grove Lady Chargers Basketball Camp for Grades 9-12 MONDAY, JULY 28 & TUESDAY, JULY 29 at Westbrook Walnut Grove High School Gym Morning Session: 9 to Noon - Fundamentals Afternoon Session: 1 to 5 - Games Cost: $25 Prizes will be given! Camp Coaches: Ann Konechne, SCSU Coach and the WWG Coaching Staff :!J :[ / Charger girls basketball camp r enough kids attend we will be playing the mysterious Norski Softball). If it is warm you are more than welcome to wear your swim- ming suit. There will not be swimming for this activity, but there may be some water games involved. A bus coming from the Westbrook park will leave at 12:30 p.m. Westbrook Students MUST have a permission slip in order to attend. Bring your friends and family!!! Our Last Activity of the year will be a trip to the Tracy Aquatic Center on July 24, we will be leaving the Westbrook park at 1:10 and the Walnut Grove ball field at 1:25. We will be staying at the pool from 2:00-5:00. Returning the Walnut students at 5:15 and the Westbrook students at about 5:30 The kids will need money to swim, (Group Rate), bathing suit, towel, and any money need- ed for snacks. Each child will need a permission slip signed by their parents. There will be no activi- ties for the week of July 14- 18 because the activity coor- dinator will be gone. Charger boys basketball camp : ii 2003 WWG K-8 Charge Basketball Camps Over 60 students partici- pated in the WWG Basketball Camp this year. The camp was divided into groups of girls, boys and grades K-3 students. Individual award winners were: One-on-One - Whitney Frank, Anne Woelber, Derek Eichner, Aaron Theisen. Hot-Shot Contest - Whitney Frank, Derek Eichner, Jared Lindaman. Lightning Champ - Kylie Erickson, Whitney Frank, Kyle" Baumann, Jon LeBoutillier. Freethrow Champs: Carlyn Kletscher, Morganne Knakmuhs, Whitney Frank, Katie Dusek, Derek Eichner, Eric Olsem, Jared Lindaman, Aaron Theisen, Kyle Baumann. Hustle Award - Jackie Taylor, Josh Merrick. Defense Award - Kylie Erickson, Austin MVP Award Frank, Derek Awards werei for the Michigan Stopper team sho( Hannan, Dan Sheryl Jenniges and conducted this Cole White attends conservation leadership school Cole White, son of Tom and Patricia White, Westbrook, will attend the Conservation Leadership School at Long Lake Conservation Center this summer. Long Lake Conservation Center is located near Palisade in Aitkin County. White will attend the session held on July 13-18, 2003. Long Lake Conservation Center is Minnesota's origi- nal residential conserva- tion/environmental educa- tion center. The Center was established in 1963 with a gift of land and a building to Aitkin County by the Kiwanis Club of Southwest Minneapolis. Long Lake Conservation Center is part of the Aitkin County Parks System. important recreation skills such as canoeing, orientee ing (map & compass use) and minimum-impact camp- ing. Long Lake Conservation Center is an accredited The Conservation Leadership School is devot- ed to promoting awareness and understanding of the complexity of the natural world. According to LLCC's executive director, Bob Schwaderer the goal of the  school by the North Central Assn. of Colleges and Schools. Students desiring to do so may return to LLCC in CLS summer camp is to cre- ate sensitivity in youngsters toward their environment and, by extension, to make sound conservation deci- sions in all facets of their lives. "Not only that," says Schwaderer, "we want kids to have a great time in the out-of-doors." The Conservation Leadership School summer program explores the topics of water, soils, forests, wildlife, bogs and other nat- ural history subjects. In addition, students learn subsequent advanced sessions wilderness sions or sessions For more LLCC and the camp, write or 28952 438th Lane, : MN, 4653 or Email - Web site- Sports will be offered at the Tracy Medical MON., JU & TUES., 4 to 5:30 p.m. COST: $20.00 (payment expected at time of service, no insurance will be filed.) , * Completed physical examination signed by a parent, must be time of Physical. (Forms may be up at clinic or high school office.) Bring urine sample labeled with your Tracy Medical 249 E. 5th St, 507-629-3520