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SENTINEL TRIBUNE EDU{0000,TION Wednesday, October 8, 2014 Page 8 Rube Goldberg machines 4- H p rag rams WWG WWG B-Squad win one Concert and lose one during Choir and Homecoming Week 4-H Afterschool Adventures are month- ly programs open to all youth in grades kindergar- ten through sixth grade. Adventures for WWG are held in the Old Science room in Walnut Grove. Each adventure features a new topic with a variety of experiments, hands-on activities and a snack. At the September WWG afterschool adventure, participants learned about Rube Goldberg machines. In groups, they made their own machine that launched a plastic pig in the air. The next after- school adventure will be held Wednesday, Oct. 15 from 3:30-5 p.m. We will build bridges and towers. Register with Eileen in the Walnut Grove office. A team of girls velcro different game pieces onto a board to create a Rube Goldberg machine. Submitted photo Charger Chorus Concert The public is invited to attend a choral concert to be held in the WWG Auditorium on October 14 and 7:00 p.m. It will feature both the senior high and junior high choirs. Additional selections include a duet, piano music and a guitar sing-a-long for the audience! Selections include American folksongs, Spirituals, ballads, and a Gospel piece. Please join us for our Fall Concert, free of charge! SCHOOL MENU By Stephanie Comnick, Coach Tuesday, Sepiember 21, the Charger team trav- eled to Lamberton to take on the RRC Falcons. Unfortunately, the Chargers came up short in the third game and lost the match with scores of 18-25, 25-18, and 8-15. Highlights from the night include aggressive net play from Charger middle hitters, McKenzie Deprez and Avoree Bakken. Deprez connected with 7 balls for kills while Bakken added 5 kills to the match. Also help- ing on offense was Juliana Pederson who added 3 kills from the left side. Theresa Merrick had a great night set- ting with 15 assists. Deprez also added a solo block to her stats. Grace Woelber and Makenna Takle were busy in the back row. Woelber had 13 digs, while Takle had 10 digs. Easy win against Mt. Lake The Charger B Squad end Homecoming week with an easy win against Mountain Lake Area. Scores for the match were 25-9 and 25-14. Offensively, Juliana Pederson led the team with 3 kills from the left side. Makenna Takle and McKenzie Deprez each added 2 kills apiece. Avoree Bakken, Brittany Erickson, Grace Woelber, and Sami Hotzler each had 1 kill apiece. Theresa Merrick dished out 10 set assists on the night. Defensively, Grace Woelber dug up 5 balls in the back row. Stacy Hanson followed closely with 4 digs. Also helping in the back row was Makenna Takle, Juliana Pederson, and Gracie Wahl. Aggressive serving from the Chargers also contrib- uted to the win again MLA. Avoree Bakken served 4 aces on the night and Grace Woelber added 2 ace serves. 'rhe Imker family and Bill Fisher teaching the Cloverbuds about llamas. Submitted photo Learning about llamas C I o v e r b u d "Agventures" are a free monthly program open to all youth in grades kinder- garten through third grade. Each "Agventure" has a different theme related to agriculture. Participants learn about a topic, ere- ate a craft, make a snack and read a book. Each participant receives a free copy of the book that is read. At the September Cloverbud "Agventure", attendees learned about llamas from the Brent and Jane Imker family and Bill Fisher. The next Cloverbud "Agventure" is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 11 at 10-11:30 a.m. at the Windom Area Remote Control Airplane Field (near the Sun Valley Gun Club). If the weather is unfavorable, we will meet at the Cottonwood County Extensibn Office. To reg- ister, please call 507-831- 4022. Pictured are WELCOME TO THE CORNER OFFICE. 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All dghts re"oerved, New Holland Agriculture ts a lrademerk reglsterd in the United States end mer/other courfirles, owned by or Ilcen,.d to CNH  N., it8 subsldarles or affiliates, TRACTORS '10 535 VERSATILE, 800 HRS ............................ 5209,900 8430 JD, PTO, 3PT, 8,000 HRS ............................. $21,500 '11 280 VERSATILE, FWA, SS, RS., 700 HRS....5129,900 '11 280 VERSATILE, FWA, SS IS., 780 HRS.....5125,900 '05 2180 B VERSATILE, FWA, SS IS. 2,850 HRS5104,900 8970 NH,FWA, SS, PS, 4600 HRS ....................... 566,900 T704D NH WIGP30 MILLER ......................... 60MING IN TL8ONH FWA/LOADER 2400 HRS ....................... 527,900 '08TN7S NH W/LOADER, 1250 HRS .................. 529,900 7710 FORD, 2800 HRS ......................................... 515,90 '98 1530 NH, BOOMER HYDRO, 1800 HRS .......... 58,900 256VERSATILE, 5340 HRS .................................. 519,900 IH 606W/LOADER ................................................ 53,900 HAY EQUIPMENT BR7090 NH TWINE/NET ..................................... 523,900 688 NH BALER, NET WRAP ................................ 514,500 1431 NH ............................................................... 516,900 499 NH ................................................................. 510,900 '11 6040VERMEER DISC MOWER ........................ 55,950 3PN NH HEAD ........................................................ $8,900 616NH .................................................................. 55,950 GRAIN HEADS 'I0 74C NH 35'WICRARY AIR ........................... 534,900 '10 746 NH 30'WlCRARV AIR ............................ 532,900 '09 74C 35'WlCRARY AIR ................................... 532,900 '04 74( NH30'. ..................................................... 519,000 '11 740 CF NH 35'WI6RARY AIR ....................... 537,500 TILLAGE QUAD X2WILRICH, 60'WlBAsKET .................... 546,900 46'QUAD 5 WILRICH, 4 BAR ............................... 519,900 37'QUAD 5 WIL-RICH , 4 BAR ............................ 519,900 41.5 QUAD 5 WIL-RICH, 4 BAR .......................... S18,900 46.S DMI TMII, 4 BAR .......................................... 519,900 4YDMI TM 4 BAR ............................................... 512,900 '08 957 WIL-RICH, 7-30 .................................... 527,900 '04 957 WIL-RI(H, 7-30 ..................................... 517,900 '07 2700 JD 7-30 ................................................ 519,900 2700 JD 9-24 ....................................................... $16,900 '07 BRENT 6PC, 7-30, NICE ................................ 513,900 CIH $27B ECOLO-TIGER RIPPER ......................... 521,500 862NT WISHEK 26'W/HARROW ........................ 545,900 5850WIL-RICH 40'CHISEL PLOW ..................... 529,900 DRILLS & PLANTING 3600 KINZE 16R30 .............................................. 559,900 2600 KINZE 12/23 HYD. DRIVE .......................... 544,900 2600 KINZE 16/31 ............................................... 539,900 3600 KINZE 16131 .............................................. 554,900 3600 KINZE 16/32 .............................................. 559,900 1760JD 12R30W/INSEC .................................... 529,900 SKIDLoADERS 'I0 L185 NH, CAB/HEAT, 1330 HRS ................... 531,900 '11 L213 NH 915 HRS .......................................... 521,900 '13 L220 NH, CAB/HEAT, 1100 HRS ................... 534,900 '09 L185 NH, CAB/HEAT, HI-FLOW, ................... 533,900 MISCELLANEOUS 40' MANDAKO LAND ROLLER ............................. 519,900 1210A JDCART ..................................................... 53,950 2100 REM VAC ....................................................... 57,900 20'WILRICH PULL-TYPE SHREDDER ................. 510,900 09 WESTFIELD AUGER 13X71 .............................. 57,900 5'KING I(UTTER BOTARY CUTTER .......................... 5550 1108 FRONTIER CABT ........................................ 518,900 COMBINES 'I 1 CR9070, NH 580 HRS .................................. 5259,909 '09 (R9070 NH, 800 HRS .................................. 5219,900 'I0 (R9060 NH, 735 HRS .................................. 5209,900 '08 CR 9060 NH 760 HRS ................................. S199,900 '08 CR9060 NH, 780 HRS .................................. 5199,900 'OOTR-99 2255 HRS RWA .................................. 554,900 '98 TR-98,1950 H RS ........................................... 549,900 '92 R-62 GLEANER, 2400 HRS ............................ 534,900 R-40 GLEANER, 1800 HRS .................................. 518,500 CORN HEADS 'I0 996 NH 8R30 2200A .................................... 559,900 'I0 99E NH 8R30 ................................................. $$7,900 '08 996 NH 8R30 .............................................. .554,900 '08 986 NH 8R30 ................................................. 531,900 '09 98D, 8R30 FITS TR ........................................ 534,900 '09 98D NH 6R30 ................................................ 529,900 '07 DRAGO N 8TR ............................................... 532,500 l October 13-17, 2014 Monday - Spaghetti, WG noodles, meat sauce, WG gar- lic toast, green beans, carrots, oranges, apples, milk Tuesday - Chicken fajitas/ WG tortilla shell, brown rice, lettuce, tomatoes, celery, car- rots/Ranch dip, mandarin oranges, fresh fruit, milk Wednesday - Hot dog/WG bun, baked beans, Sun chips, carrots, peaches, fresh fruit, milk Thursday - MEA Friday - MEA Football -- Continued from page 9 On the next two possessions, turnovers really did the Chargers in, one came on a fumbled pass play and the sec- ond came when the Jags inter- cepted a pass and were able to run out the clock. Passing: Joke Otto threw 3 passes good for 21 yards and a touchdown. Joel had 2 catches for 16 yards and a touchdown. Rushing: Jarmer had 24 carries for 125 yards, 2 touch- downs and an extra point run. Anthony Koch 15 carries for 83 yards. Joel had 4 carries for 16 yards. Punting: Walker Christians had 4 punts for 106 yards. Joel had 21 returns for 24 yards. Kick returns: Joel had 3 returns for 145 yards and a touchdown. Defense: Logan Weis lead the team with 13 tackles; Koch had 13 tackles; Joel had 12 tackles; an interception and a fumble recovery; Jarmer had 8 tackles; Otto had 7 tackles; Matt Kleven had 5 tackles and a sack; Christians had 5 tack- les. Next Friday the Chargers will travel to Fulda to take on the Raiders. Chargers ended busy week- two wins and loss By Stephanie Comnick, Coach Chargers sneak past the Rabbits Chargers win an excit- ing, close match against the Wabasso Rabbits. The match was won in three games with the scores 25-22, 19-25, and 16-14. Highlights from the match include great offensive play on the net from Charger hitters. Sami Hotzler and McKenzie Deprez each had 4 kills from the front row, while Grace Woelber added 4 kills from back row attacks. Avoree Bakken added 3 kills from the middle. Juliana Pederson and Makenna Takle each had 2 kills apiece. Theresa Merrick had 16 set assists on the night. Defensively, Makenna Takle led the Chargers with 10 digs. Grace Woelber fol- lowed with 9 digs. Serving 100% on the night were Brittany Erickson, Makenna Takle, and Theresa Merrick. Chargers play a tough Windom team The Chargers fall to the Eagles losing the match with scores 23-25 and 11-25. The Chargers fought hard to come back and make the first game a close one; however, the Eagles showed their skills by taking the second game quite easily. Grace Woelber had a great night in the back row digging up 20 balls against an aggres- sive Eagle offensive. Stacy Hanson also had a great night with 10 digs. Theresa Merrick, Brittany Erickson, Avoree Bakken, and Juliana Pederson also added great defense to the match. Because of the quick Eagle defense, the Chargers were The Westbrook Walnut Grove District invites all interested community members to attend an annual meeting addressing the State of MN requirement for every district having a World's Best Workforce Plan. The district will report on its efforts and plan to: Get all children ready for kindergarten. Get all students ready at a 3rd grade level when they enter 3rd grade. Get all students across the spectrum of free / reduced lunches, special education, and diversity to close the gap in testing in math, reading, writing, and science. Get all students career ready and have a plan of steps that they are taking in grades 9-12 to think about careers and have broad curriculum offerings. Get all students to graduate from High School. 241401 The meeting will be held before the regular October board meeting Monday October 20, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in Walnut Grove. limited to only 10 kills on the night. Offensively, Makeuna Takle led the Chargers with 3 kills from the right side. Joining on offense was Grace Woelber and Theresa Merrick with 2 kills apiece. Theresa Merrick was only allowed 7 set assists on the night. From the serving line, Theresa Merrick was able to earn herself 3 ace serves as well as Sami Hotzler with 1 ace serve. Serving 100% against Windofla vas Brittany Erickso. ;Grce Woelber, Juliana Peclerson, and Makenna Takle. Trip to Hills ends with a win The Chargers traveled to Hills Thursday, October 2, 2014 to take on the HBC Patriots. The Charger B Squad made the long trip worthwhile by pulling off a victory winning the match with close game scores of 25-23 and 25-23. Gracie Wahl had an awe- some night from the serving line. Wahl went 100% serv- ing on the night and placed 4 ace serves for points against the Patriots. Also contribut- ing from the service line was Makenna Takle with 2 aces and Juliana Pederson with 1 ace serve. Theresa Merrick ran the offense and ended the match with 12 set assists. Juliana Pederson had a great night offensively leading the Chargers with 6 kills from the left side. Joining her was McKenzie Deprez with 4 kills, Avoree Bakken with 3 kills, and Grace Woelber and Sami Hotzler with 2 kills apiece. Defensively, Grace Woelber led the Chargers digging up 10 balls in the back row. Stacy Hanson and Theresa Merrick each had 8 digs, while Makenna Takle dug up 7 balls and Juliana Pederson had 6 digs. Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn II