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/q October 19, 2016 $1.00 SS DIRECTORY PAGE 10 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 1 1 Mlll,lhhttiiiill,v,h,llln,,miMhntlhithnil'"u' *******MIXED ADC 553 SMALL TOWN PAPERS INC 217 W COTA ST t SHELTON, WA 98584-2263 5 NUMBER 9 12 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Salon West istaking over proms or other formal the Estates Salon, replacing Deb Lamb who retired October first, locat- ed in Peterson Estates By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK Melody Horkey West is no stranger to Westbrook hav- ing grown up and graduat- ing from Westbrook Walnut Grove School. Melody and her husband Kyle have a seven week old son named Finley. The couple lives just north of Walnut Grove. West got her cosmetolo- gy license from Mankato Cosmetology School. She previously worked at Cost Cutters in Marshall before coming back to Westhrook to be in business for her- self. She will do all types of hair care including: cuts, perms, coloring, waxing, and up-dos for weddings, events. West will be working from Monday through Friday. On Mondays she will work from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 so people can come in later in the afternoon. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday her hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday she will be at the Good S a m e r in Westbrook: She says people can call her for appointments at 507-626-1167. West says, I am excited to get on my own, and anx- ious to meet new people. She says her interest includes being with family, and in the summer playing volleyball. However with starting her own business and being a new mother to an infant son, she admits her free time is quite limit- ed. West says she is really looking forward to meeting new people as well as old friends. m The WWG elementary students participated in the Great Lakes Apple Crunch By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG-- Last Thursday aftemoon if you heard a loud crunching sound com- ing from Walnut Grove -- not to worry -- it was the elementary students partici- These first grade students crunched into the apples. pating in the Great Lakes The school also partnered and 240 students will be par- Apple Crunch. with the University of ticipating in this event. According to head cook Minnesota Extension to take Alica Whitmore from the Redwood County Extension Office was on hand to talk with the kids giving some fun facts about apples. The Honeycrisp Apple which was developed in Minnesota is the official apple of the state. The average apple has about 5 grams of fiber. Apples are a member of the rose family, who knew? ................ farm orchard After learning more about the value of apples, stu lents Alica Whitmore gave out leftover apples to those who wanted them. were all given a half of an apple, then they were all asked to crunch a bite of the apple at the same time, join- ing over a million other stu- dents in the Great Lakes. Thus the name - Great Lakes Apple Crunch. The apples provided were a variety called Regent, and they were truly Farm to School as Deb Warner pro- vided the apples from her Michele Freeburg, October is National Farm to Schoolpart in the Great Lakes Apple Month. Teachers are incorpo- Crunch. The Great Lakes rating Farm to School in their Apple Crunch involves classroom curriculum high schools, hospital, and other lighting all the locally grown organizations across Minnesota, Wisconsin, produce used in the school Illinois, Indiana, Michigan cafeteria. and Ohio. More than 40 staff O D I Melanie Stringer as Laura Ingalls Wilder smiled at some of the period questions she was Melanie Stringer gave a first person, interactive historical program Meet Laura Ingalls Wilder last week at the Wilder Museum and Visitor Center in Walnut Grove. Above she interacts with people at the museum Memory Lane. asked during the program at the Wilder Museum. INSIDE PAGE 2 EDUCATION PAGE 8 ON RECORD PAGE 3 SPORTS PAGE 9 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 BUSINESS PAGE 10 FAITH& FAMILY PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED PAGE 11 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 AREA NEWS PAGE 12 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 FALL SPORTS PAGE 8, 9 CONTACT US INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2016 Sentinel Tribune