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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Page 8 SCHOOL MENU October 21-25, 2013 Monday - Chicken strips, cubed potatoes, cole slaw, carrots, oranges, pears, wheat bread, milk Tuesday - Mini corn dogs, baked beans, mixed green salad, fresh fruit, fruit cup, wheat bread, milk Wednesday - Hamburger/ WG bun, sweet potato fries, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, apples, pineapple, milk Thursday - Pork roast, mashed potatoes/gravy, car- rots, broccoli/Ranch dip, mandarin oranges, wheat bread, milk Friday - WG cheese or pepperoni pizza, broccoli/ cheese sauce, carrots, fresh fruit, peaches, milk The WWG High School book fair will be open Monday, October 22 through Friday, October 28. The fair will be open 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on school days. The fair will be open a little later than other years to accommodate elementary students and also one evening (Wednesday, October 23) until 6 p.m. Visit the Scholastic Book Fair and experience a cel- ebration of reading that pro- vides families the opportu- nity to get involved in a uni- versal mission: encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. You can also shop online October 18 - November 7 via this link: http://bookfairs. scholastic.com/homepage/ westbrooke WWG school earns a per- centage of all sales made. in Poetry, jazz dance, drama, drawing, and storytelling. What do these activities all have in common? These activities and more will be presented to grades K-6 in Walnut Grove at the 18th annual Elementary Prairie Winds Arts Festival at the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Elementary School on Thursday, October 24 (snow date: Monday October 28). Artists will begin at 9 a.m. and continue throughout the day until 2:15 p.m. Some of the artists con- firmed for the festival are as follows: Lonesome Ran (sto- rytelling), Anita Runck (jazz dance) Jeff Meyer (Karate), Ann Jenniges (dynamic dance), Tina Richards (pot- tery), Minnesota author Lisa M. Bolt Simons (creative writing), Run Kelsey (seed art), and Sue Redman (cre- ative arts). The Elementary prairie Winds Festival will also be hosting the 18th annual Art Show, an opportunity for the artists of grades K-6 attend- ing the festival to share their work with their peers. Door prizes will be awarded for each grade at the closing cer- emony. For more information concerning the Elementary Prairie Winds contact Tom Vondracek at 507-859-4051. WWG Charger Student of the Week Whether it is in the hallway, in the band room or on the field, Tyson Berg can be seen with a smile on his face and a willingness to help. He is a great leader in the percussion section and works to keep us "in time". He pushes the high end of a 3.8 GPA and tackles college courses. That's what our town is made of. State Farm has a long heritage of helping out in the community. That's why I'm proud to support Student of the Week. Get to a better State Roger Haar Ins Agcy Inc Roger Haar, Agent 432 1st Avenue Westbr0ok, MN 56183 Bus: 507-274-6164 1201196 State Farm, Bloomington, IL 212867 55 Alive/ Defensive Driving 8-Hour Course Join others 55 and older to improve your over all driving skills. Upon com- pleting this course, you will receive a 10% reduction on your insurance. Certificates provided, please bring your current drivers license with you to class. Call Rachel Christians at the Westbrook School to register (507-274- 6111). Minimum of 20 peo- ple. Date: October 21, 2013 Time: 4:00-10:00 p.m. There is a fee Presenter: Kathy Pederson Location: Westbrook High School Charger B Squad win one and 10se one Stephanie Comnick Coach The Chargers started their week by playing the Wabasso Rabbits Monday night. Unfortunately the Charger B Squad came up short. The Chargers served 8 ace serves from the line. Leading the Chargers in ace serves were Deziree Koenig, Emma Woelber, and Kaylee Mischke each with 2 ace serves a piece and Juliana Pederson and Payton Determan each with 1 ace serve a piece. Woelber ran the offense with 48 set assists. Koenig put down 3 kills, Determan had 2 kills, and Woelber and Deprez each had 1 kill. Deprez and Determan each had a solo block for a point. Defensively, Sophie Horkey dug up 32 balls in the back row. Also contributing in the back row was Woelber with 27 digs, Pederson with 23 digs, Determan with 20 digs, and Mischke with 16 digs. The Charger B Squad earned a well-deserved victory against the RRC Falcons Thursday night. Defensively, Sophie Horkey led the Chargers in the back row digging up 27 balls. Also helping in the back row was Juliana Pederson with 22 digs, Kaylee Mischke with 18 digs, and Emma Woelber and Payton Determan each with 13 digs in the night. Deziree Koenig played some great defense at the net blocking 4 balls for points. Payton Determan also had a solo block for a point. Offensively, Woelber set the tempo with 49 set assists. Koenig and McKenzie Deprez each put down 1 kill a piece. Woelber lead the Chargers from the serving line serving 3 ace serves. By Cathy Baumann Coach The WWG Chargers trav- eled to Ellsworth Tuesday, October 8 to take on the Panthers in a conference match. The Chargers were able to finish the night in three sets to add another hash mark in the win col- umn, bringing their con- ference record to 6-2. Set scores were 25-16, 25-14, and 25-21. Although serving was a struggle for the team through- out the night, some shining performances were given by Cassidy Mischke, Dayna Comnick, and Sophie Horkey with 100% accuracy from the service line. Madison Takle and Abby Herding showed precision from the back line earning themselves 2 and 1 aces, respectively. Herding also mixed up the offense setting 31 assists for the night. Comnick took advantage of the sets, put- ting down 19 kills on the night. Mischke and Jordaan Joel each took part in the action, putting down 5 kills a piece, along with Takle with 4 kills, and Mariah Olson and Morgan Dennistoun each with 1 kill. The Chargers also showed aggressiveness in the back court with Comnick picking up 16 digs on the night. She was followed closely by Woelber picking up 14 digs, Mischke with 11, Herding and Takle each with 10, Olson with 3, and Alexa Byers, Dennistoun, and Horkey each with 1 dig. Left: Dayna Comnick blasted a kill against Southwestern United Thursday night. Below: Charger Cassidy Mischke hit the ball against the Wildcats last Thursday night at the Kate's Kourage Orange Out. Read for the Rec See a photo in the Sentinel Tribune you like? Now you can order it and other photos not printed, quick and easy on line... 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. On Thursday October 3 volunteers read at Westbrook Library and WVG Elementary school as those locations participated in the Read for the Record program. United Way of Southwest Minnesota organized the program locally as part of the larg- er program developed by Jumpstart. Read for the Recordis an effort to bring attention to the importance of early child- hood literacy. Volunteers read Otis to children in grades K - 2. In these photos Ben Alcorn is with second grade students at WWG Elementary (below) and at the Westbrook library (above. Submitted photos ...... i ............... U