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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, August 3, 2011 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES WESTBROOK NEWS August 8-12, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Hamburger tomato casserole, tossed salad/dressing, corn, cookie, bread, milk Tuesday: Lemon pepper fish, baked potato, creamed peas, pie, bread, milk Wednesday: Ham, scal- loped potatoes, CA blend veg., fruit cocktail, bread, milk Thursday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes/gravy, mixed veg., gelatin poke cake, dinner roll, milk Friday: Mandarin chicken salad, fresh fruit, lettuce salad/dressing, muffin, milk For reservations call Angie 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 August I, 2001 The DNR posted areas around Double Lake to warn people not to swim in the lake until July 31. The land surrounding the lake was treated. Signs indicate it is safe to take fish. The Westbrook Womens Club sponsored a team in the Cottonwood County Relay For Life recently. The team raised $1125 for the event. TWENTY YEARS AGO July 31, 1991 Troy Stevens, formerly of Windom, has taken over the position of Don Stanek, who has purchased an agency in Tyler. Sherry Pederson, bride-to- be of Sheldon (Butch) Olson, was guest of honor at a bridal shower Sunday, July 28, at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Dovray. Members of Grace Lutheran congregation said their farewells to Pastor Lamb and his family at a brunch Sunday morning fol- lowing the regular worship services. Lamb and his fam- ily have accepted a call to two rural parishes in central Wisconsin. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 30, 1981 Bruce Kelm and Charlene Rachuy both returned home July 11 from Washington, D.C. after attending Citizenship- Washington Focus, a week-long experi- ence in citizenship and lead- ership training at the National 4-H Center. Senator Rudy Boschwitz has appointed Bernice Fjeseth to serve as his Listening Post in the Westbrook area. She will assist Senator Boschwitz by keeping him informed of local issues, concerns, and events. 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 -mail at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Darrell and Marlene Gleason, Currie, Priscilla Comnick and Mitchell and Iris Marshall attended the wedding shower/open house reception for Adam Swan and Kimberly Sovereign in Plymouth on Saturday. This was hosted by Adam's aunts. COLLEGE ]00[EWS Dakota State Spring Honors List released The President's Academic Honors list for the spring semester at Dakota State University (DSU) in Madison, SD has been announced. A total of 335 students qualified for the honors list. Highest honors were earned by 112 students who achieved a 4.0 grade point average; the remaining stu- dents earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to qualify for the honors list. Highest honors are denoted by an asterisk*. Students from the area include: Lucas Dolan, Milroy; Samantha Hay, Walnut Grove; Amanda Deprez, Westbrook 1961 Class reunion The Westbrook High School class of 1961 held their 50th year Knott -Adkins Engagement Arlen and Constance Knott of Walnut Grove and Terry and Rawla Joy Adkins of Rochester announce the upcoming marriage of Abigail Elise Knott to Casey Lee Adkins. Abigail is the granddaugh- ter of Duane and Elaine Knott Abigail is a 2006 graduate of Westbrook Walnut Grove High School, and Casey is a 2004 graduate of Mayo High School of Rochester Both Abby and Casey are graduates of Mankato State University. Casey is an engi- neer with Toro Manufacturing in Bloomington. Abby will be teaching vocal music in Woodbury this fall. Their wedding will be held at First Presbyterian Church in Mankato on September 3, 2011. WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES August 8-12, 2011 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at I 1:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, fruit sauce Tuesday: Pork roast, mashed potatoes, cabbage, dessert Wednesday: Lasagna, gar- lic bread, salad, dessert Thursday: Ham, sweet potatoes, baked beans, des- sert Friday: Sweet-n-sour chicken rice, squash, dessert reunion at the Westbrook Golf Course on Saturday, July 16, 2011. Members of the class and teachers who attended are from left to right. Row 1 Pat Madson, Mavis Jansma, Mary Lou (Nelson) Kashmarek, Warren Olson, Olivia Carlson, Janice Wiggins. Row 2 Janice (Nelson) Anderson, Marleen (Bakken) Johnson, Judy (Carlson) Storey, Karen Smith, Janet (Nelson) Meier, Mardella WWG HS (Gertner) Olson, Leone (Scarset) Kavanaugh, Barb (Schweim) Fowler, Connie (Larson) Meier, Connie (Nelson) Redding, Roy %,,llarger Spielman, Judy (Fadenrecht) Lewis. Row 3- Ted eederson, Gene w "" l,,.--'ollevkrl|| Kronback, Bob Knudson, Bob Olson, Kenneth Kashmarek, Norma (Mischke) Doeden, Merle Williamssen, Richard Olson, Dennis Erickson, Roger Busswitz, Steve Kall and Ronald Tabbert. Submitted photo CLASSIFIED ADS WWG Football Football practice will start on Monday, August 15. for grades 9-12 at 8:00 a.m. Equipment will be dis- tributed on Thursday, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Physicals are needed every three years. The Fall Activities Potluck will be on Aug. 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the Westbrook Community Center. For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS Congratulations to Sharon Timg ren the lucky wiriner of We.tbrook Home Center's recent drawing of their S1000 'Sprlng Shopping Spree. Awarding the check is manager Harold Lamb. Another Shopping Spree drawing will be held this Fall. Watch for your flyer in the mail. WestllN'oek 607-2]I-0541 welIlllokbclcentar Wld.nel The WWG HS Charger Volleyball season kicks off with Captain's practice Monday, Aug. 8 through Thursday, Aug. 11 from 8-10a.m. at the gym in Westbrook. If you are unable to make a Captain's practice, please contact a Felieia Cohrs, Karley Deprez, Maddie Frank, or Anne Woelber. Regular season practice begins the following week on Monday, Aug. 15. Practice will run from 8-1 la.m. and 3-5 p.m. everyday through Friday, Aug. 19. Please bring outdoor shoes for running, indoor volleyball shoes, kneepads, practice clothes, and a water bottle to all practices. Also, physicals are needed every 3 years for all athletic programs before you are allowed to practice. Please check to make sure you are up to date! If you are unsure, you may contact Karen in the HS office at 274.6111. Team pictures will be taking athletic pictures for volleyball on Thursday, Aug. 18 at 8:00 a.m. More information will be sent home with players at the beginning of practice. Any other questions or concerns, please contact Coach Baumann at 274.6111. Please come help us kick of the fall athletic season at the Athletic Potluck on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 6:00 p.m. at the Westbrook Community Center. Head Coach Cathy Baumann and Assistant Coach Sue Herding are looking forward to an exciting Charger volleyball season! COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Even with the hot, humid weather we've managed to have another great week at Country View. Much of the activity has been indoors, which isn't all bad consider- ing the extreme heat! This week we have enjoyed BINGO, PoKeNo, J-I-N- G-O, SkipBo, Bible Study, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, Phase I0, the tenant meeting, Wii, the bus to Marshall and Arlene Knoblaueh playing the accor- dion. The tenants did arts and crafts this week which was a flower pot picture frame. The frames turned out really well. Each tenant brought their creativity and a paint brush for an afternoon of fun and socialization. Coming up next week we will look forward to the regu- larly scheduled activities along with the University of Minnesota speaker on Wednesday and an ice cream social on Friday. Celebrating August birth- days are Alice Maas on the 1st along with Allan Farber and Doris Lerohl both on the 8th. Cindy Wehrneyer will also celebrate with Allan and Doris on the 8th. Lori Gilb has a birthday on the 10th and Linda Benson on the 22nd. Be sure to wish all of them a happy birthday! That's the news from the country. Have a terrific week! MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO August I, 2001 Visitors to the Pioneer Festival took to the trail that follows the banks of Plum Creek about a quarter mile long. The shaded trail is a pleasant walk for those visit- ing the site. Last-year 9405 people attended the pageant, com- pared to only 8222 this year. Also, last years attendance figures were minus a rain-out the fLt night of the pageant. TWENTY YEARS AGO July 31, 1991 James Sykora, son of Garry and Sarah Sykora of Walnut Grove, attended the third of four Forkhorn Camps at Deep Portage Conservation Reserve near Hackensaek. James was sponsored by the Prairie West Chapter of the MN Deer Hunters Association. After a slow start at the Red Cross Bloodmobile, sponsored by the Amiens Federated Womens Club on Monday, July 29, the goal of 90 was exceeded when a total of 97 donors visited for the day. Carlos Knakmuhs has the distinction of having con- tributed 8 gallons to the bloodmobile. Joan Domine won 2nd place in a Chili Cookoff she participated in at White, SD during Pioneer Days. She will enter the Regional Chili Cook-off in Aberdeen, SD in August. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 30, 1981 Vin Anderson, owner and operator of Anderson Trucking in Walnut Grove for the past 36 years, was pre- sented the Trucker of the Year for 1981 Award and the MN Permit Truckers Association Banquet held in Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ingalls and their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ingalls, Mpls., visited the Wilder Museum, Gordon farm, and dug-out site last Saturday. They are related to Laura Ingalls Wilder. 4-H Presentation Day Juliana Pederson Submitted photo Cottonwood County 4-H members showcased their multiple talents at the 4-H Presentation Day on Tuesday, July 26 at the American Lutheran Church in Windom. 4-H members competed in the demonstration, perform- ing arts, video and food revue project areas. Members were judged on their creativ- ity, workmanship, technique and lessons learned. Champions in the grades 3-5 division included Heidi Imker-(Performing Arts) and Molly Piotter (Food Review). Reserve champion honors for grades 3-5 were given to Piotter (Food Kelsey Review). In the grades 6-8 division, championship honors were awarded to Natalie Resch (Illustrated Presentation), and Juliana Pederson (Demonstration, Food Review & Performing Arts). Reserve champion ribbons in grades 6-8 were awarded to Andrew & Aaron Fast (Performing Arts). Champions in grades 9+ were awarded to Michael Farrell (Performing Arts), Abby Resch (Video) and Abby & Natalie Resch (Illustrated Presentation). In grades 9+, reserve cham- pion honors were given to Abby Resch (Illustrated Presentation), Molly Resch (Video) and Britton Pankratz (Performing Arts). Champion overall ribbons were given to Michael Farrell (Performing Arts), Juliana Pederson (Demonstrations & Food Review), Abby Resch (Video) and Abby & Natalie Resch (Illustrated Presentation). Reserve cham- pion overall ribbons were awarded to Abby Resch (Illustrated Presentation), Molly Resch (Video), Britton Pankratz (Performing Arts), and Molly Piotter (Food Review). For more information on to get involved with the 4-H program, please contact the Extension office at 831-4022 or 1-800-967-1763.