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Thu Sat Sun 1,O/22 10/23 10/24 10/25 45134 Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 40s and lows in the low 30s. 46/33 Rain and snow show- crs. Highs in the low 40s and lows in the low 30s. .~; 43131 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 40s and lows in the mid 30s. 48/34 Few showers. Highs in the upper 40s and lows in the mid 30s. 47134 Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the mid 30s. PORK AND Coop MONTH PAGE 1 2 Ihh,h,l,,,,Ih,lh,lh""ll"l'lll"'l"h"l'l'll"'h'll ********************* ADC 555 9/13/1999 SmallTownPapers 5026 CALIFORNIA AVE SW SEATTLE, WA 98136-1208 Wednesday October 21, 2009 $1.00 VOLUME NO. 25 NUMBER 8 14 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Horkey Who, al g on with her dad, went on a mission trip there this past August By Tom Merchant "Encounter. The organiza- SenfinelTribune tion sends out small groups of young people WESTBROOK--When that spread the Word Carrie Horkey was just 12 through music and pup- years old she told'herpar- pet shows to churches ents she was going to around the United States travel the world and help and abroad. Carrie was people. Her mother, Angib accepted by the organiza- said, "t felt Carrie was tion and travelled exten- going to someday do mis ............. United siGn work." Part of that realization "It was a long time but not asbad asI had envisioned," Ran said. Carrie said, ' There was a touch screen on each seat that would tell you all about the progress of the flight, along with movies you could watch." They were permitted to walk around when allowed. They both had some jet lag when they arrived there, but coming back was not a problem. After their arrivl in Johannesburg they sited the Apartheid muse- um. It gave them real insight into what Apartheid States, from August of 07 Ran and Carrie Horkey showed where they were at, on the globe, on their During Apartheid, to August of 08. trip to Sooth Afdca. the blacks were mission trip. Submitted photo. her to the meeting held blacks received a lot of and this would be an area looks a lot like west- at Heron Lake at thetheir land back, but it has opportunity for me to help ern South Dakota. Evangelical Lutheranmostly been idle because other people inanotherThe comnound they Church they do not have the country ' sta ed at in]: " r" . y, as ma y a t lp was being knowledge or resources to The two really had to church compound with a coordinated with the develop it get busy getting their school for disabled chil- sister conference of the During Apartheids pass ports, their shots en commum arden ndi " - . . , z , O m partnership m blacks were forced to do and the malarm pills they a clinic and a craft center, South ica. the work of the rulingwould need on the tril 'l eiSed la t'2 0 At the meeting they "white class So when itCarrie said, 'I really was- beet :lants ::= " . . , , J.# U: IIIUlll~ learned about a prewous ended farming was con-n t crazy about getting all ing. trip there in 2008. They sidered an inferior thing the shots.' ....... also were told of some of to do. After all the prepara- .......... S.,,.. I .. ,. , __-- . . ~ ,~ ,LUX utIU a.J. ~X ~0~0 V~J.~ tneneedsand projects After the meeting tmns were done the twohannv to receive new t r hat we e needed thereCarrm came home and boarded a plane at ideas to td hei th m ' ryan p e Pastor Mark Yakel- announced to her dad, Minneapolis and flew to develon their am-iculture Juleen of Shalom Hill Ran, that she was going Atlanta on August 17 " ' Farm was also there toon a South African mis- There they changed / II encourage people to go on stun tr p. Then she asked fhghts and flew non stop African trjn the trip. her dad if he would go16 hours to Johannesburg r" Thetrip would be cam- along with her. At first he arriving there at five Continued on Page 3 pletely l aid for by the was reluctant to go, but oclock on the 18th. A Midsummer Night's Dream at SMSU The Southwest In Shakespeare's most all the pairs of lovers,cer- [ Minnesota State popular comedy, Hermia tainly discover that. The University Theatre Program will present A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare as its first play of the season. The play will be per- formed at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 5-7 and 13-14. There will be a 2 p.m. show on November 15. All per- formances will be in the Fine Arts Theatre on cam- pus. Dinner theater is available Nov. 6 and 14. and Lysander are in love. course of true love never but her father has ordered did run smooth." her to marry Demetrius or The dinner theatre die. So the young.lovers menu is created, prepared run away through the and hosted by the Student woods. They are pursued Hospitality Organization by Demetrius, who in turn (SHO). The menu is chased by his obsessive includes pumpkin ravioli, former love, Helena. By pork tenderloin with rice coincidence, some local pilaf and snap peas, and a workmen (and aspiring raspberry chocolate par- amateur actors) also head fait. The vegetarian to the woods to rehearse a option is 'tomato polenta play they will soon per- cakes with srlap peas. form in honor of Duke Seating for dinner is from The performance on Theseus's wedding. Close 5:45-6:15 p.m. in Nov. 5 is free to all SMSU by, Oberon and Titania, Individualized Learning students with a valid stu- king and queen of the 117. All dinner theatre dent ID. To purchase tick- woodland fairies, are eta, visitarguing and wreaking havoc with the weather. , or call the SMSU mischievous Puck, a love Information Desk at 507- potion gone awry, an 537-6480. Credi and amazing donkey transfor- debit cards are now mation, and one crazy accepted, night in the woods - and tickets must be purchased by the Monday prior to the performance. Dinner tickets may be purchased online or by phone at (507) 537-6480. For more information, call the Theatre office at (507) 537-7103. Monday afternoon workers were completing work on some of the stone around the Veterans Memorial in the Westbrook City Park. Majestic Hills Landscape of Granite Falls is doing the work: The memorial will include a pond and waterfall and will be completed next spring ON RECORD PAGE 2 SPORTS PAGE 9 INSIDE PAGE 3 EDUCATION PAGE I0 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 AREA FOCUS PAGE 1 1 FAITH ~. FAMILY PAGE 5 PORK/CO-OP PAGE 1 2 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 13 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 AREA FOCUS PAGE 14 SPORTS PAGE 8 i WWG I. INFORMATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING FALL C~RCULA[~ON 507-274-6136 SPORTS OR 800-410-1859 PA 8,9 ............. ...... Please read and recycle GE , % Printed with Soybased Ink ~ ~ Copyright 2009 Sentinel Tribune .......... ............. ...... ................ * N II ? ............ "