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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Page 7 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO October 20, 1999" The Chargers played a near flawless game against the SVRLB Raiders, holding them to 3 first downs, 83 total years and no points. Meanwhile, the Chargers recorded 17 first downs, 419 yards, and 6 touch- downs. The final score was 38 - 0. After being in Lamberton for the past 4 months, the large crane used on the concrete stor- age silos for Meadowland Farmers Coop, crews began work Monday dis- assembling the boom and preparing it for a move to Behold, ND, where it will be used to build more con- crete grain silos. The new 150 ft. tall silo at Walnut Grove also has been com- pleted for the firm with crews having filled it with the very" location where the truck entered. The Walnut Grove Area Jaycees in cooperation with the Ronald McDonald House and the Walnut Grove Elementary School, are kicking off a Beverage Can Tab Collection Recycling fundraiser. Can tabs will be collected and delivered to the Ronald McDonald House to help defray oper- ating expenses. On Monday of this week, the Walnut Grove Public Schools began serving breakfast for stu- dents in grades K-6. Price for the breakfast is 45 cents, with reduced price for students qualifying at 30 cents. THIRTY YEARS AGO October 18, 1979 City Administrator Jon Elam, informed the City COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Snow in October? The weather seems as though it's that of November! Thank goodness that we got the flowers inside before the frost damaged them. The geraniums still look beautiful! We will need to pull in the rest of the items from out- doors yet this week to pro- tect them from the snow. I believe that Clair Baker is done in the garden and has had a good harvest. Upcoming activities include the bus ride to Marshall and downtown Walnut Grove, PoKeNo, J- I-N-G-O, Bible Study, Bingo, Needle work and sharing childhood photo memories. Bone Builders continues to meet every Murray Co. 4-H news October 22 -- "It's Breakfast Time" 4-H Adventures, 3:10 - 4:45, Fulda Elementary October 26 -- 4-H Executive Council meet- ing, 5:45 p.m., Extension upstairs dining room. Office Lori Gilb, UW will be October 26 -- 4-H doing nails again on Exchange Families meet- Saturday for the tenants, ing, 6:30 p.m., Extension Last weeks activity win- ners include Georgiana Mincy, June Boerboom, Marjorie Bakken, Agnes Seykora and Louise Malmberg. The influenza symp- toms have not yet plagued our tenants. We are very thankful for our well being. Thanks for not vis- iting if you've felt ill! We will continue to ask that you not visit if you are not Office October 26 -- 4-H Federation meeting, 7:30 p.m., Courts Building October 27 --- "Hungry After School?" 4-H Adventures, 3:30- 5:00 p.m., 4-H Building October 29 -- "Pack a Lunch" 4-H Adventures, 3:10 - 4:45 p.m, Fulda Elementary School October 30 -- Boo Bash Dance, 8-11 p.m., 4-H Building November 2 -- 4-H Ambassador applications due November 3 --"Supper Before the Big Game" 4-H Adventures 3:30 - 5:00 P.M., 4-H Building MN De.partment of Natural Resources feeling well. Tenants love Q: Scientific and the company and social- Natural Areas (SNAs) ization, but do not wish to are lesser known for be ill. their recreational That's what's happen- opportunities, unlike ing at Country View. wildlife management many of these species can only be found on SNAs. All or some forms of hunting are allowed on more than 50 SNAs, total- ing more than 88 percent soybeans. Council at the regular. Tuesday and Thursday Have a great week! areas or aquatic man- of the acres designated in The Walnut Grove meeting Monday night of morning at 9 a.m. in the agement areas. What the state as SNAs. M icawber Club is spun-new developments in d otheyprovide? Portable tree stands are soring a Santa raffle. All state rules regarding the allowedon SNAs provided proceeds will go to the parking on main street. ( VE SENK )R . A: SNAs offer significant they are not permanently Redwood County Area Any town with a long- " NUTRITION SERVICES. recreational opportunities attached to the trees or do Hospice to care for cancer established custom of for nature observation,not harm their bark. patients, diagonal parking and photography and hiking.The intent of SNAs is to TWENTY YEARS streets at least 100 ft. October26-30,2009 These sites are unrivaled protect and enhance the wide, may request special Thursday: Roast "by other public lands in unique features of the AGO permission for diagonalSenior Dining serving pork/gravy, mashed pota- Minnesota because of the "sites. October 18, 1989 parking, but center park- at Country View Seniortoes, corn, fruited Jell-O unique wildflowers and Shirley Knakmuhs hading must be prohibited. A Living Community at Friday: Halloween' rare plant and animal - Peggy Booth, DNR just finished re-opening resolution was passed to 11:30 am, Monday thru meatballs, ghost potatoes, species that call these Scientific & NaturalAreas the various buildings at make this request. . Friday. witches carrots, vampire places . home. In fact, Program supervisor Three new tractors on Monday: Salisbury cake | the Laura Ingalls Wilder Sell Brothers lot were steeak/gravy, mashed For reservations call Museum for a group from damaged Sunday night potatoes, cooked cabbage, 859-2133 one day in Soothwest MN Orchestra i P 5 Michigan when a pick-up when vandals broke thefruit sauce advance. truck went through the windows and wJndshields Tuesday: Turkey noo- Senior Dining is a joint 40thAnniversary- ! north end of the new of the tractors. Damage is dle casserole, baked partnership of your com- building, only ten minutes estimated at approxi- squash, cake munity and Lutheran after the four women had been standing inside at mately $500. W e d n e s d a y : Social Services, funded, Spaghetti/ meat sauce,in part, under the Older Tuesday, October 27, This activity is made Are you one of the mil- lions of Americans that may be at risk for develop- ing diabetes? The Redwood Area Hospital Diabetes Education Center would like to invite you to come to one of our free blood sugar screenings on Monday, November 2 at Guide Point Pharmacy; on Tuesday, November 3 at Sward Kemp-Snyder Drug; and on Friday, November 6 at Wal-Mart. All screenings will be held from 9 am-noon. Risk factors for diabetes include: a family history of diabetes, women who have had gestational din- betes, obesity and inactiv- ity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and belonging to minority groups such as Hispanics and Native Americans.. The American Diabetes Association recommends that everyone over age 45 be screened. The free blood sugar screening includes a sim- ple finger stick with no fasting required. If you would like more informa- tion, please call Cindy Moldan at 507-637-4517 or Dorie Oja at 507-637- 4518 or visit our website at www.redwoodareahos- pital.org. BUY, SELL, OR RENT in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 garlic bread, salad, bars Americans Act. Redwood County Veterans' supper The Annual Redwood All Veterans, spouses. County Veterans' Supper and widows are invited. will be held Sunday, Call your Post November 1, at the, Gommaxlder reser re with anniversar.ies , of Wabasso Communiiy tl cke s. American Legion :'their own. With the Center. Social hour is Auxiliary members from 5:00-6:30 P.M. The and]or widows are to call two meat supper is at their Unit Presidents. 6:30, followed by a pro- Reservations are needed gram. before October 25. HAVE YOUNG CHILDREN? SW Child Care Resource and Referral has FREE ite for grandparents, friends, neighbors or others who are caring for your children while you are at work or school. Grants are also available! Cail~fWC('RR at SltfOC: . 507-376-4195 or 800-658-2444. Funded by the State of MN DHS Midwest , District QuaY. CareendEduca~forEve~,ChiL4" Child Care ~,!~ P~.~urce& l1063rd.4n~ue, POBox/87~ , Referra$ r~etwork Worthington, MN 56B7 50/-376-41ff ~231 ,fax: S07.~72.4372 Opportunity Council "Belping Peopte. Chang Ltve~ " k~oc.us ww~.mid~childcare.cora SMO's new concertmas- ter, Bozhidar Shopov (recently appointed to the South Dakota Symphony), the group will perform the music of Purcell, a Haydn sympho- ny (named Drum Roll), Handel's Water Music Suite in D Major, and the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, played by Salzburg, Austria's beau- tiful young violinist, Risa Schuchter. The orchestra's person- nel, some of whom are SMSU students, come from all over SW Minnesota. 7:30 p.m. in the Schwan Community Center for the Performing Arts at the Marshall High School, the first of the Southwest Minnesota Orchestra's 40th anniversary year's concerts will feature music of four composers Up to an additional $1,500 in Federal Tax Credits** Lunch will be served from 11 to 1 Stop in and register for Door Prizes! Integrity Bank Plus in Wabasso and Walnut Grove Member FDIC 174885 possible in part by a grant from the Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council (SMAHC) with funds appropriated by the State Legislature. Tickets ayafl&ble_at ....... the door. Individ als, i h ability who need a reason- able accommodation to participate should call the Univ. Relations office at SMSU at 1-800-642-0684 or through the Minnesota Relay service at 1-800- 627-3529. Please call at least 5-7 days in advance of the performance. IFIED WORK You When you cover up baa air in your home. you could be risking your health. Breathe easier with Lennox Healthy Climate Indoor Air Quality Systems. A complete !ine of ozone-free air filters, a~r purifiers, humidifiers and ventilators that reduce allergens, regulate hum dity and f your home with clean, healthy air. 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