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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, September 4, 2013 Page 7 SCHOOL MENU September 9-13, 2013 Monday - Grilled chicken/ WG bun, Romaine salad, broccoli, tomatoes, seasonal fruit, apricots, milk Tuesday - Beef taco w black beans/WG tortilla/ salsa, refried beans, corn, fresh fruit, pears, WG bread, milk Wednesday - BBQ pork/ WG wheat bun, sweet potato fries, coleslaw, fresh fruit, applesauce, milk Thursday - Meatball sub/ WG wheat bun, multigrain Sun chips, carrots, whole grain salad, fresh fruit, mixed fruit, milk Friday - Sausage or cheese pizza, cauliflower blend/ cheese sauce, mixed green salad, pineapple, WG bread, milk 'Growing Together' in Southwest Minnesota. Together WE can do more. The theme for our upcom- ing 2013-2014 campaign was inspired by two things. The first being the five counties we call home-Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, western Redwood, and Yellow Medicine and the people who reside here. Through the building blocks of education, income (finan- cial stability), health, safety & well-being, and united against hunger we can affect true community change right here...right now...together. The second was an article written by Hildy Gottlieb entitled, Community Engagement: Gardening in the Front Yard that ran in the June 4th issue of the Huffington Post. The article described how planting a gar- den in your front yard instead of the typical backyard garden is what community engagement is all about. The article went on to illustrate that by gardening in the front yard a community is able to see the hard work, sweat, and effort behind the success. It fosters two- way communication...where all parties learn and grow from each other. Relationships grow and deepen. Barriers come down. Individuals feel connected and invested in whether the garden (or com- munity) grows and flourish- es. Everyone has a stake in Westbrook Peewees Westbrook T-Ball Anthony Ross, Kelly Berglund, Nathan Ross, Front row: Casey Brown, Reagan Hanson, Chris VandeKieft, Justin Krogman, Wyatt Piper Freeburg, Zack Barron, Carlie our future. Christian. Coaches: Ashley Freeburg and By investing in each other, across southwest Minnesota, Zack VandeKieft. Submitted photo by Ross, Ani Helgeson, Will Barron Back we can grow together and Jossie. row: Timothy Kleeberger, Ethan Larson, make this an even better Brady Ross, Elijah Merrick, Zack Knudson, placeto callhome. Macie Christian, Quintin Gundermann. Think Local. Take aU of M's Southwest Research Coaches:Ashley Freeburg and Zack moment to think about all of the local programs that VandeKieft. Submitted photo by Jossie. are impacted by a gift to the and Outreach Centersuppods United Way of Southwest Minnesota. You may have education and for benefited from one or more resources of them...or your children or grandchildren may have ben- children with Fetal Alcohol efited...or your neighbor...or your best friend. The list goes on. We're sure you know the By Colleen Gengler of the state. After hosting faces of at least one individ- Yth. and Family a ConnectU workshop for ual or family who have been Coordinator family professionals several touched. The University of years ago, people started Give Local. When you give to the United Way of Minnesota's Southwest asking for more resources. Research and Outreach Since then, the SWROC has Southwest Minnesota, your Center is working to spread hosted several programs fen- gift stays local. It is invested the word about Fetal Alcohol Luring Dr. Christopher Boys, here to benefit our five court- Spectrum Disorders (FASD). co-director of the University ties and make long lasting Monday, September 9, isof Minnesota's FASD Clinic. community change. FASD Awareness Day world- Teachers, school counselors, Grow Local. Let's Grow wide. and others working with chil- Together. Help us make true FASD Awareness Day dren have learned new and community impact while calls attention to a group of better ways to work with the gardening in the front yard. disabilities caused by mater- children and their families. This year's campaign goal is nil drinking during pregnan- MOFAS including a $555,555.55. Please invest in your family, your friends, cy including Fetal Alcohol panel of young people with M ig h ty Syndrome. The disordersFASD were recently part of Westbrook Mites your neighbors and youraffect about one in 100 peo- the Health Science track at Ethan Mischke, Bethany Byers, Jonathan community to create oppor- pie in North America many of University on the Prairie, a tunities for a better today and who are undiagnosed. FASD workshop for youth in grades Kleeberger, Erik Knudson, Ben Lorson a brighter tomorrow...for all Awareness Day was begun7- ll. The workshop encour- Coaches: Ashley Freeburg and Zock of us. Thank you for LIVING in 1999 by a volunteer group ages youth to explore a vari- UNITED. consisting mainly of adop- ety of sciences to l ea ilbbut VandeKieft. Submitted photo by Jossie. rive and foster parents plus small but committed group of has also assisted the orga- mothers in recovery. FASD nization in connecting with is entirely preventable by the health and family events in DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK. mother refraining from drink- thearea. ing alcohol throughout the Information on ConnectU 11 entire nine months of preg- including a list of resourc- Q: The ash trees in my seeds a tree produces. Ash nancy es for working with FASDTRAmf I A CE STUDIO II yard are producing lots of are wind-pollinated, so if The Southwest Researchcan be found at http://swroc. ' • • II seedsthisyear, morethan thereareheavyrainsduring and Outreach Center cfans.umn.edu; click on " ll in previous years. How flowering, pollen is unable (SWROC) works with the'Research and Outreach." Pre-school to High School unusual is this? Is it to travelbywind, and seed Minnesota Organization on More information on FASD ,up'--, Jazz, Ballet, > n C/II weather related? set and production can be Fetal Alcohol SyndromeAwareness Day as well as A: Trees produce largereduced. (MOFAS) to educate theprograms can be found at amounts of seed for acou- In somespeciesoftrees,public about FASD and http://www.mofas.org/ Pointe & Tumbling pie of reasons. Trees under heavy seed production to develop more resources For more information, stress from drought, soil occurs normally every few in the southwestern part compaction, or planting years, call 629-4887 or 629-8239 "off-site"may produce -ValCervenka,forest 1"/ II generation.mare seed to ensUreweatheranothercan DNRhealthForestrypr°gramDivisionC°°rdinat°r' C F [ R also impact the number of S0n Sell !5i',-4 II CLASSIFIED ADS- CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES You can have photos from recent newspapers printed pro- fessionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. These photos are avail- able to you through easy online purchase. Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available. Recycle your old Electronics and Appliances - I day only! When: September 11th, 2013 from lO:OOam to 6:00pm Where: Redwood County Fairgrounds ! For: Redwood County Residents only (no businesses) " E!l mm ii¢:s A pjl iia m ¢ esJ Cost: SS per item for TVs and Cost: FREE (except for RV refrigerators) anything with a monitor All other electronics (CPUs, mice, keyboards, speakers, printers, VCRs, radios, cell phones, cameras, etc.) = FREE Recycle these items: Microwaves, Washers & Dryers, Refrigerators, Grills, Freezers, Dishwashers, Water Heaters, Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, Furnaces, Water Softeners, Stoves, Air Conditioners, etc. @ The following will NOT be accepted at this collection: Household Hazardous Waste, standard recyclable materials, fluorescent bulbs, etc.