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~l~' ~v~ SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 26, 2006 Page 8 Fitness Centers thrive at Westbrook and Walnut Grove The Westbrook Area Fitness Center in Westbrook, is available for electronic card carrying members 7 days a week from 5:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. Your electronic mem- bership card will allow you access into the facility. Your entrance and exit into the building and Fitness Center is electroni- cally tracked by our auto- mated computer system for your safety and protec- tion. Abdominal strength/ endurance is important for maintaining good posture and protecting the back from strain or injury. Include abdominal strengthening exercises in your fitness program. Upper body strength/ endurance exercises are needed to maintain muscle mass, bone mineral con- tent, and strong ligaments and tendons. Without reg- ular exercise, they tend to atrophy (weaken). Flexibility is important in maintaining full range of motion in joints and fo r preventing pulled muscles and injuries. Maintain good flexibility with regu- lar stretching exercises. Aerobic capacity is a measure of cardiovascular fitness. Maintaining ahealthy heart and lungs decreases risk of heart dis- ease and increases longevi- ty. Maintain cardiovascu- lar fitness with regular aerobic exercises (such as walking, running, biking) The centers also fea- ture weight training machines. Both centers feature a full line up of cardio vascular workout machines. Long Sox start playoffs Friday Friday night the Lamberton Long Sox will begin their 2006 playoff run versus the Redwood Falls Redbirds. Lamberton (17- 10) is the number one seed in the National division of the Tomahawk East League, while Redwood Falls is the number six seed and is com- ing off two solid victories over St. James. The Long Sox and Redbirds will do battle in a best of three series with game one in Lamberton on Friday (8:00 p.m.), game two in Redwood Falls Sunday (7:30 p.m.), and game three if needed in Lamberton Tuesday night (8:00 p.m.). The winner will advance to a six team regional tourna- ment with hopes of advanc- ing to the 2006 state tourna- ment in Red Wing. By Digger Phelps By Digger Phelps The Member-Guest Tournament was held over the past week-end with a somewhat better turnout than that of last year. A total of forty-two teams partici- pated to make for a full weekend for the members involved. A special event on Saturday evening was won by long shot dark horse, C. John Amundson as he chipped in on hole #9 for a par. This event which is termed a "Derby Shootout" was played by the lowest four scoring members and the lowest four scoring guests. It is a little bit of a sidelight designed to pique people's interest in the tour- nament, and it seems to work. There has been a tremendous amount of talk among members about how to bring this tournament back to its popularity of fif- teen to twenty years ago when we hosted a total of 72 teams, (144 golfers). This format necessitated teeing off when the sun came upln order to squeeze in all of the teams. In the end, I suppose it's true that some of the nov- elty of the whole thing wears off after a few years. It's also true that all of us seem to be a little more busy than years ago. There are simply more things to do and more time to do them. All in all, I believe that the board has worked hard to bring this tourna- ment back, and this year was a step in the right direction. Kudos to Raymond and Carole Quade, Craig and Deb Jans, Frank and Judeen Erickson, Dawn Byers, Ruth Ann Erickson, and anyone else who spent a little tlme in helping to keep things run- ning smoothly. It's great to have someone who's willing to help out when there are things to be done. Winners of this year's tourney are as follows: Championship Flight: lst: Gene Lindaman/Erv Mellema 2nd: - C. John AmundsordRay Gorder 3rd: Tony Quade/Curt Erickson 4th: Steve SeversordSteve Voogd President's Flight lst: Jacob Jenniges/Andy Dallman 2nd: Mel Faltinson/Dan Abild 3rd: .Ron Jorgenson/Brian Scienszinski First Flight: lst: Scott Ruppert/Jason Ruppert 2nd: Scott Huebert/Scott Mutz 3rd: Tim King/Dave Sather Second Flight: 1st: Arnie Teichrow/Jay Teichrow 2nd: Wayne Jensen/Doug Jensen 3rd: Duane Barker/Daryi Tasler. Third Flight: ,Ist: Russ Fay/Dave krupa 2nd: Jim Polk/Jim Starner 3rd: Ray Quade/Jim Schulz Both men's and ladies leagues are well into the sec- ond half. Be sure to watch for our favorite events com- ing up as we enter the busy month of August. We'll see you on the course? Kids played on the playground equipment in the city park during the Family Park Event in Walnut Grove last Saturday afternoon. will sell following Personal Property at home located at 681 5th street, Walnut Grove, MN Appliances & TV Coronado 21' Chest Freezer Maytag Washer Whirlpool Elec. Dryer Console Color TV RCA Console Stereo (2) Vacuum Cleaners Sony 13" Color TV Replica Thomas Edison Table Radio Furniture End Tables, Coffee Table, Green Occ. Chair Floral Couch (nice) (2) Tan Recliners Dropleaf End Table 4-Post Bed (twin) 3-pc. Bedroom Set (bookcase Headboard), 6-drawer dresser, 5-drawer chest, wood chair 4-piece bed set (bookcase), 9- drawer dresser, 2 night stands, 5-drawer chest Wood Tea Cart Nice Older Oak Table with 4 chairs Jewelry Chest Oak Library Table Wicker Clothes Basket Sofa Glider Brown Recliner Brass Table Lamp Wicker Rocker 2-drawer File Cabinet (wood) Table Lamps Guns Remington 16 ga. 870 pump Winchester 22 model 190 w/scope Wincester Model 07SL-410 ga. Browning 12 ga. automatic Antiques & Collectables Cooper Weather Vane (nice) 4-post bed Amish Quilts (2) Embroidered Quilts Sistem Pump Coaster Wagon Ice Spears Stamp Collection Old Oil Cans (quarts) 1800s Cooper Transit in Case Battery Operated Flasher Large Cooper Plant Stand Tools & Misc. 2 hp. Bench Grinder Alum Ext. Ladder & Step Rods & Reels Vise Ladder Metal Toolbox w/Too!s Large 30-drawer Parts (wood) Impact Wrench plus Coleman Lantern Store Condola Tires Treadmill Ceramic Chickens Bookshelves Wooden Utility Cabinet Piggy Banks (ceramic) (2) Large Pictures (nice) Table lamps Books Figurines Lawn Sweeper Pull-type Lawn Sprayer Brass Deer Book Ends Old Radio Doors T-Posts Chicken Crate Forks Old Garden Plow Wheel Spliting Wedges Lawn Seeder Shop Vac Bird Houses Car Ramps Plus much more misc. Chest Hand Tools Barrow Usual Auction Terms Dave Bosacker, Lic. # 51-37 - (507) 829-5280 Days (507) 763-3467 Evenings Luverne Johnson, Lic. # 51-40 - (507) 836-6244 138629