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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMI00IUNITY Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Page 7 COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Summertime greetings to all from the staff and tenants at Country View Senior Living Community. The weather has been perfect for us to get out and do some really fun things with the ten- ants. On Monday, we took in another pontoon ride on Lake Shetek. It was a little breezy, but still seemed perfect as we floated along for a couple of hours. We were also able to take in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant on Thursday evening. While it was a dress rehearsal, it was a great per- formance! The local talent is amazing. Bill and Erin Richards have done a terrific job pulling everything togeth- er for yet another great year. The tenants have also par- ticipated in activities here at Country View such as BINGO, Po-Ke-No, J-I-N- G-O, Kings Comer, UNO, Phase 10, Stretching, Bone Builders, Bible Study and "farmer day" on Friday. Dean Fishel was also here to provide musical entertain- ment for all tenants on Friday afternoon. Next week will bring blood pressure checks, the bus ride downtown Walnut Grove, Arts & Crafts, Catholic Mass on Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. and "Laura Ingalls Wilder day" on Friday. There will also be an ice cream social on Friday afternoon. August birthdays are Alice Maas on the 1st and Grace Shattuck on the 23rd. Extend best wishes to them as they celebrate another year. That's the news from the country. Have a fantastic week! MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO July 29, 1998 Wednesday and Thursday, July 22 and 23, the Girl Scouts held Day Camp at the Plum Creek Park Camp Grounds. A special feature of the 2 days was a visit from Brent Mielke of Prairie Winds Zoo from Adrian. Mielke showed them six spe- cies of birds, reptiles, and animals. The city council discussed who would be required to apply for a building permit under the new ordinance. They decided any improve- ment, including central air, shingling, new windows and siding, would require a per- mit. The clerk will be per- mitted to give out permits for maintenance items that do not change the dimensions of the building. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 28, 1983 High humidity combined with temperatures in the nineties, reaching almost one hundred degrees in the after- noon on Wednesday and Thursday of last week, made for uncomfortable condi- tions. Crops have gained much ground in the hot weather with the corn tassel- ing and soybeans in bloom. JoNes Van Hecke, daugh- ter of Dick and Yvonne Von Hecke, and a graduate of Walnut Grove High School, was one of 2200 young men and women home economics students attending Future Homemakers of America annual leadership meeting July 8-18 at the Sheraton Washington Hotel, Washington, DC. Six teams of the women's softball league will hold their tournament Sunday at the County Park, Walnut Grove. The teams are from Walnut Grove, Westbrook, Dovray, and Jeffers. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO August I, 1968 Two heavy rainfalls this week have brought the July rainfall to 9.83 inches in town -- and a number of farmers report total rainfall of well over 10 inches dring the month. One year ago, total rainfall in July was only .94 of an inch. Captain Dennis Rossing, who had been in Viet Nam a year, arrived here July 14 on leave until September 1, when he will be assigned to the Pentagon in Washington, DC. Mrs. Richard Knakmuhs took Kevin and Kerry to Windom last Wednesday and from there the boys rode their bicycles to Blue Earth. They visited the John Bisbee home until Friday when he brought them home and spent the weekend in the Knakmuhs home with Mrs. Bisbee and Michael. BUY, SELL, OR RENT in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Setting the Goal" GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION Meeting the Challenge SERVICES The Walnut Grove Area needs. The Walnut Grove Area August 5-9, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Meatballs, cheesy hash browns, beets, cantaloupe Tuesday: Ham, sweet pota- toes, green bean bake, peach crumble Wednesday: Hamburger w/ fixings, potato salad, water- melon, pie Thursday: Chicken stir fry, biscuits, orange fluff, Oreo dessert Friday: Salmon loaf, mashed potatoes, creamed peas, ice cream For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your communi- ty and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. WWG Volleyball Captain's Practice WWG Charger volley- ball captain's practice will take place, the week of August 5-9 at the WWG High School gym on the following days and times: Monday: 5-7pm Tuesday: 5-7pm Wednesday: 7-9pm Thursday: 8--10am Friday: 8-10am There will be an adult supervisor. Be sure to bring your volleyball gear and shoes. Please contact a Senior player if you have any questions Foundation board has hit the ground running with their eyes set on their prize; a challenge grant offered by their partner, Southwest Initiative Foundation (SWIF) Whether you have received a brochure or you've seen the new Facebook page, the WGAF presence is amongst us and it's only the beginning. The challenge grant set forth by SWlF includes a dollar-for-dollar match up to $25,000 for its permanent endowment fund; the goal of the WGAF is to reach the $25,000 mark and grow its endowment fund, which in turn, increases the amount of grant dollars available each year for local projects and The clock is ticking, as this challenge grant comes with a deadline of August 2, 2014. The WGAF board members are busy planning unique fundraising events slated to occur within this time frame. Those events will be announced as soon as the details become available. A newsletter will also be published quarterly, those interested in receiving it can log on to the 'Walnut Grove Area Foundation' Facebook page. Please send a private message with contact infor- mation, including an email address. Or, contact WGAF Coordinator Sarah Warner at sarlynn88@live.com or 507- 828-1611 to get signed up. Foundation is organized as a community fund of the Southwest Initiative Foundation (SWIF), a 501(c) (3) public charity, which allows gifts to the Walnut Grove Area Foundation to be tax deductible to the full extent of the law. WGAF has a local advisory board responsible for establishing its purpose and priorities, as well as building relationships with donors and grant recipi- ents, while SWlF provides technical assistance to ensure Walnut Grove's success, in addition to coordinating com- pliance with all state and fed- eral charitable giving regula- tions. WWG fall athletic schedules WWG Volleyball August 23 - TMB, Tracy, 5:00 August 24 - JV Scrimmage, Slayton, TBD? August 27 - Lincoln HI, Ivanhoe 6:15 Sept. 5, MCC - Slayton, 5:00 Sept. 7 - WWG Tourney, Westbrook, 9:00 Sept. 9 Springfield, Westbrook, 5:00, Sept. 12 - HBC, Westbrook, 5:00 Sept. 14 - JCC Tourney, Jackson, 9:00 Sept. 14 - C Squad Tourney, Tracy, 9:00 Sept. 17 SWC, Westbrook, 5:00 Sept. 19 - Fulda, Fulda, 5:00 Sept. 24 - Adrian, HC, Westbrook, 5:00 Sept. 26 Edgerton, Edgerton, 5:00 Sept. 30 Wabasso, Westbrook, 5:00 Oct. 3 - RRC, Westbrook, 5:00 Oct. 8 - Ellsworth, Ellsworth, 5:00 Oct. 10 SWU, PN, Westbrook, 5:00 Oct. 11-12 - Subway Tourney, Marshall, TBD Oct. 12 - C Squad Tourney, Marshall, 9:00 a.m. Oct. 14 - MLA, MEn. Lake, 5:00 Oct. 7:00 Oct. 22, 26, Nov. 1 - Section Playoffs, TBA Nov. 9, 15, 29 - State Playoffs, TBA Plum Creek Penguin Soccer Aug. 17 Fairmont, Fairmont TBD Aug. 26 - Worthington, Tracy, 5:00 Aug. 29 Marshall, 21, 25, 29, 31 Nov. 2 -Sections Tracy, 4:30 Nov. 7-9- State Sept. 3 - SWC, Tracy, 4:30 WWGFootball Sept. 13 - Fairmont, Aug. 29 - (TH) GHEC/TR, Fairmont, 5:00 Westbrook PN, 7:00 Sept. 19 - SWC, Edgerton, Sept. 6 - Fulda, Fulda, 7:00 4:30 Sept. 13 - Nicollet. Sept. 26 - Worthington, Nicollet, 7:00 Worthington, 5:00 Sept. 20 - Edgerton/E., Oct. 1 - CMC, Prinsburg, Westbrook, 7:00 4:30 Sept. 27 MLA, Oct. 3 - Marshall, Westbrook HC, 7:00 Marshall, 4:30 Oct. 4 - RCW, Danube, Oct. 5- Fairmont, Tracy, 7:00 1:00 Oct. 11 - SWU Brewster, 7:00 Oct. 16 - HBC, Westbrook, MURRAY COUNTY 4-H CLUB NEWS August 1 4-H Scholarship applications due in office August 6 - Pizza Garden, 9-10 am, Slayton Community Garden August 6 - 4-H Clothing & Fashion Revue Judging, 8:30 am, 4-H Building August 6 4-H Performing Arts judging, 2 pm, Dinehart-Holt House, Slayton August 6 - 4-H Fashion Revue, 7 pm refreshments served; 7:30 pm show, Dinehart-Holt House August I 1 - Pre-Fair clean up/set up by Badger Lake and Cameron 4-H Clubs, 4:30 pm Building Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune See a photo in the Sentinel Tribune you like? Now you can order it and other photos not printed, quick and easy on line... USEI) Ell UI! 00ILN ! 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