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SENTINEL TRIBUNE GLANCES IN THE PAST Wednesday, September 9, 2009 Page 6 WESTBROOK September 16 is Backpack Awareness Day SENIOR Submitted by the SW/WC related to backpacks and parents and teachers to TEN YEARS School is offering an early IX] IITIP ITI('3 klService Cooperative'sbook bags. More than 40 work to reduce the risks • bird typing class to any- , • Occupational & Physicalmillion children in thefrom improper use of - . .... one in the community who t" I:: D\/IW" Therapists United States carry school school backpacks. : eptemoer u, 1~t~ • - ............ IS interested. The class ES Aching back and shoul- backpacks, and more than Strategies for loading and mw rotate DanK, wltn .,, . .. , ......... Will meet lvlonaay - -- ders ..... weakened mus- half of them may be carry- wearing backpacks olnces in wlnaom ana . .4 . ...... "-- Westbrook, is" proud torrlaay,irom ,'lo-o:uo. c 1 e s ..... t i n g 1 i n g ing too much weight, include: announce their change in a' esda afternoon " arms ..... stooped posture.Children carrying over- *Backpacks should name to Bank Midwest off y .. car-September 14-18, 2009 Does your child have loaded backpacks and weigh no more than 15% ottonwooa .... t ounty ee ann COOKIES. were Senior Nutrition these symptoms after improperly worn packs, of.body weight (15-pound WWG has four foreign served during the open Services serving at thewearing a heavy school according to U.S. and pack on a 100-pound exchange" students" • thiS"" house at. omce.Westbrook Senior backpack? Carrying too international studies, are child); ....... Door pmze winners were Center at 11"30 a m much weight in a pack or likely to experience neck, * Load heaviest items year• rrelcterlKe taerr oI ,-, .. . . _. • • ....... Betty xnuason ann each oDeratin dav wearing it the wrong way shoulder, and back pain; closest to the child's back; ~ermany is staying wltn 1-. ~. ~ . - v j. Bruce and Karla uorotny reaerson. Monday: Pork chop, can lead to. pain and adverse effects on posture Wear both shoulder straps ..... AuGratin potatoes, peas, strain, and the developing spine; for an evenly balanced unaermann iamny; Davide Magistri of Italyis THIRTY YEARS bread(, margarine, peach- On September 16, 2009, and compromised breath- load; staying with Doug and AGO es,mllk _ . _ the American ing and fatigue. The * Adjust shoulder and Occupational Therapy growing awareness of waist straps to distribute Twilia Kletscher;SeDtember 6, 1979 , e.saay: Hot beef Association is sponsoring potential long-term prob- the burden more evenly Jonathan Lauzon of Kristine Kelm spent 3 sanawich, mashed path- National School Backpack lems to children has along the child's back" and Canada is staying with weeks this summer with oes/gravy, . carrots, • oreaalmargarine, Dreaa Awareness Day to call resulted in increased med- * Suggest that teachers Stan and Marcia only 30 lbs. of luggage and ...... attention to health prob- ical research and pro- consider the total weight rlcKson, and Alex Vega her tenor saxophone tray- punning, milk of Columbia is staying eling with 2 bands of 125 Wednesday ,The° lems in children caused by posed legislation in atof each day's assiuned backpacks that are too least two states to address class work _L-not only in with Darrell and Lois members.each. through cornDreaaSama' Irulteamummmar.,,.gelaun, heavy or warn improperly, the issue of backpack content, but also in terms Bartholomew. Europe, giwng concerts • - - The •U.S. Consumer weight in relation to stu- of textbookweight. Norman ' and Judy for good-will, ga ne, sneroet . Product and Safety dent health. Remember the theme: Johnson, Jeffers, returned New faces at Westbrook nursday: BBQ chxck- Commission estimates The occupational and Lighten UpV Pack It t[e[t v:e):oagaOn f::rr?:i o:l? hiSh[algl a :mBeinl! nanP°t t°n::)adolffrme:n that each year, nearly physical therapists at the Light, Wear"I't Right! Japan. Their son, Eric, tary and high school Dhv garine, strawberry short- 5,000 emergency room SW/WC Service has been working in ed classes and is heaclcaKe,.mllK . . visits result from injuries Cooperative are urging Japan for the past two football coach; Tom rrmay: paghetti • " • • w]meat sauce, lettuce years teaching English. ..Fmdlay. . will, teach.. Jr, ...... samoJaresslng, caun-'"Lecture on Holm Tribute at SMSU theatre sea- nlgn ocial tuales; ram flower arlicbread TWENTY YEARS Norton will be teaching , .,g , famed aviator SMSU September son to feature English at the high pears, muK .... Charles 13 comedies September 6, 1989M ']v ....... school;" ann" uoug Angier°r" reservauOnSat 274-6583 callby Linclh rc h Two colleagues of the 'A Season of Comedies" ....... noerson, WhO wnl De . • . 'd .... ' -- -- late Bill Holm will honor is the theme of this year's oi eptemDer 1, the teachin half time in the noon one hay m aavance.Co tonwPoa t °t outhe his memory with a pro- SMSU theatre produc- Westbrook Farmers 4/5 congination class and You may also call the .......... gram of music and poetry tions, which will feature a Elevator Co. merged withhalf time as a Title I Tracy kitchen at 1-866-nIstormal ocxewsexnio- . . ....... at 5 p m on Sunday, Sept trio of different styled the Murray County Grain teacher 985-8512: it meroes o! the ." " • " • ..... . .... 13 in the Fine Arts comedies. Co. of Avoca. Westbrook h • Lutheran Social wnarne Fauuer wm pres- nroument ngures ........... Theatre on the campus of The comedies and per- elevator manager Jan show a sli ht dro at the Serwces is funded m part a talk enuues • . Proehl said they have • • m?p under the Older .......... Southwest Minnesota formancedatesmclude" narms uinaDergn" • • , ,, . " ...... mcal SChOOl. 1here are ............ ,; State University. A Midsummer oeen wOrKlng., . mr.. neamy z. . .......... stuctents enrouea in muerlcans ct. . ..... unaer, ., con-. t s. SMSU Music Professor Night's Dream," by years to orIng the two ele- . ,... . .,, tract With outflwes a e p ace .... .... graces ann .......... Dan RIeppel will team William Shakespeare, vators together. - - • , gency on gmg. on eptemDer "begin .... ....... with poet John Rezmerski will be presented enrouea in graces tx o The Westbrook High " " mug at o'ou p m uinner .... "- "; " m., • to honor Holm during aNovember 5-7 andl3-15, Will De servea llCKetS ,, . , ". , . presentation entitled, A 2009, with dinner theatre must De purcnasea In • • • ....... Recital for Bill: In available November 6 • • aan aanrCee e Memoriam." The program andl4. Percussionists and Rhythm wo mnwooa ...... ounty will include piano music, *"Greater. . Tuna," by ......... and poetry from Holms Jaston WIlhams, Joe rllStOrlcal ~oclety Tap Dancers to perform wnarles ..... lnaDergn''". book,. . Boxelder Bug Sears,. and Ed Howard, ........ •, Variations. will be presented (1903 1974), most iamous , " ...... . Rieppel was a good February 18-20 and 26- mr completing me nrst • • • .... friend of the" late SMSU 28, 2010, with dinner the- solo non-stop transat- • ............ English professor, poet, atre available February lantlc iugnt In l~z/, was If you want to spend a2004 Minnesota Fringe Tickets for Buckets and ....... essayist and musician, 19 and 24. ena area It Vl , . lively evening of musical Festival earned Best ofTap Shoes-v ay.,b pur- ...... 9:,, , who died unexpectedly ....... lithe Dirit ...... , , • February 25, 2009. The Noel oward, will be pre- entertainment, come andthe Fringe hoi 6rs' and cha _a .tl? do0r qr.-they long before he tookhis " < ' enjoy the musical groupwas named Best Dance are ~vaJlalJte at the t~st ul~tn.iveEn~otiea a~ two played piano and seated April 15-17 and Buckets and Tap Shoes Performance of the Past Marshall Area Fine Arts ......... , entertained together at 23-25, 2010, with dinner September 24 at 7:30 p.m. 12 months in the Center 109 N 3rd St., Wlsconsm-wtacuson ann numerous events in the theatre available April 16 This unique company of Minneapolis City Pages Marshall, MN 56258 (507) studying mechanical musicians, percussionists and rhythm tap dancers exemplify their name: Buckets and Tap Shoes. They have astounded audiences, creating intense driving rhythms with 5-gallon buckets, metal cans, barrels, found objects and tap shoes. Their appearance at the "Best of 2005". Their per- formance in the 2007 Fringe Festival garnered another Best of the Fringe Award. The Prairie Dance Alliance and the Marshall High .School Drum Line will be having workshops with the group and be a part of the performance. Seasonal Flu Shots will be available at the Sanford Westbrook Clinic beginning September 16th For patient convenience, Sanford Westbrook Clinic will be offering special Flu Shot Clinic Hours: ........ 16th & 17th Small children, persons over the age of 65, and individuals with chronic disease conditions are strongly encouraged to receive a flu vaccination. Please consult your primary care medical provider with any questions. Sanford Westbrook 920 Bell Avenue Westbrook, MN • Hospital/Clinic 507-274-6121 Westbrook Clinic Hours 8-5 Sat: 9-Noon www.sanfordwestbrook,or( This is not an H1 N1 vaccination. Watch for future information on H1 N1 Flu shot availability 174703 532-5463. Buckets and Tap Shoes is the first of the 2009- 2010 Marshall Area Fine Arts Council Performance Series. Season Performance Series Tickets are still available. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU engineering, he dropped out in 1922 and moved to Lincoln, NE to enter flight school. Before his historic flight across the Atlantic, Lindbergh flew for the United States Army and del{vered Air Mail. Lecturer Charlie Pautler has worked "for the MN Historical Society for the past 13 years and spent the last five of those as director of the Charles A. Lindbergh State Historical Site located in Little Falls, MN. Happy 4th birthday We love you!l Papa and Grandma ,74,0, On the farm Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn 9Jfg M Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church Currie, MN. Serving frown 11:0"0 am, to 1:00 p.m. • Sal, ad andpie Adults $7.00 • Grades K-6 $4.00 • Preschool $1.00 Take-Out C)rders available at $.50 extra Please Call 763-3545 174699 ]1 I I region. Rezmerski is a retired Gustavus Adolphus College faculty member from Mankato. He was appointed Poet Laureate of the League of Minnesota Poets, and has entertained hundreds of audiences in. the Upper Midwest with his read- ings. and performances. He's published several books, and enjoys bring- ing poetry to non-tradi- tional groups. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 507-537-7103. and 24. Tickets will be avail- able online for all Mainstage shows, Visit to get tickets on sale a few weeks in advance, or call the SMSU information desk at 507-537-6480. For audition dates, din- ner theatre information, season ticket packages, or more information about these shows, please call the SMSU Theatre Program office at 507- 537-7103, or visit the Web site: 00000000.00000000 • 000O • Sentinel Tribune Tip Line. If you see news happening or have • a story idea call our News Tip Line. • • 274-6136 or • • 1-800-41 O- 1859 • Due to staff limitations we may not • always be able to respond to your tips or ideas. 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