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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Page 10 WWG FFA Poultry and Soils Teams advance to State WWG Poultry team rocks at the U of M invitational taking 2nd out of 43 teams. Venla Vang lead the team placing llth, followed closely by Mai Pa Tao Vang placing 16th and Sena Vang placing 20th.Livia Vang placed 34th, Cameron Waters placed 31st, and Cesea Vang 108th in the U of M invitational competition. WWG Poultry team also advances to the State Poultry contest, by ranking 6th out of 14 teams. Region Poultry team members include Mai Pa Tao Vang, Venla Vang, Livia Vang, Cesea Vang, and Sena Vang. WWG Soils team placed an impressive region 2nd place out of 11 teams and 3rd place out of 33 teams at the U of M invitational in competition this past week. At the Region contest Kolee Yang and Anne Woelber lead the soils team with Kolee placing 4th individually and Anne placing 5th individually. Team mates Kasia Her (7th), Maddie Frank (10th), and Nancy Yang (14th) followed close behind. The Soils team advances to the State Soils contest next April. At the U of M invita- tional Kolee finished 6th. Nancy placed 12th, and Kasia placed 18th. Team mares Woelber and Frank were unable to attend the U of M contest due to illness. WWG Forestry team is the State Alternate team missing the state cut by one place. The Forestry team placed 5th ,in..region. ompeti- tion. Levi Brummer lead the team with an impressive 8th place individually. Sara Schoborg, Aaron Theisen, Levi Horkey, and Andrew Merrick made up the rest of WWG's Forestry Team. FFA Poultry Team Mai Pa Tao Vang, Livia Vang, Sena Vang, Cesea Vang, and Venia Vang. Submitted photo FFA Forestry Team Sara Schoborg, Andrew Merrick, Levi Horkey, Aaron Theisen, and Levi Brummer. Submitted photo. FFA Soils Team Kasia Her, Kolee Yang, and Nancy Yang. Back row: Maddie Frank Anne Woelber. Submitted photo. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2898 WESTBROOK WALNUT GROVE STATE OF MINNESOTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a special election has been called and will be held in and for Independent School District No. 2898 Westbrook Walnut Grove, State of Minnesota, on Tuesday, the 3ra day of November, 2009 for the purpose of voting on the following question: SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTION Approval of School District Referendum Revenue Authorization The Board of Independent School Di~aiet #2898(Westbrook Walnut Grove), has proposed to increase its' general education revenue authority to $700 per pupil. The additional $200 per pupil revenue will be used to finance school operations. The proposed 2010 property tax portion thereof will require an estimated tax rate of approximately 0.14140% of the referendum market value of the school district for taxes payable in 2010. The proposed referendum revenue authorization would be applicable for ten years unless otherwise revoked or reduced as provided by law. ffthis $700 proposed authority is passed, the pre-existing $500 will automatically be revoked. If the $700 proposed authority is not approved, the already existing $500 authority will remain in effect. Shall the school district #2898 referendum revenue increase be approved? YES NO BY VOTING" YES" ON THIS BALLOT QUESTION, YOU ARE VOTING FOR A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE. The combined polling places for this election and precincts serving this election. Precinct #1 Westbrook Building 344 8~ Street cities: Dovray, Westbrook townships: Ann, Dovray, Des Moines Murray, Rusehill, Southbrook, Westbrook Walnut Grove Building 601 Washington Street cities: Revere, Walnut Grove townships: Gales, Granite Rock, Holly, Johnsonvilie, North Hero, Springdale, Westline Any eligible voter residing in the school district may vote at said election at the polling place or combined polling place designated above for the precinct in which he or she resides. The polls for said election will open at 12:00 o'clock noon and will close at 8:00 p.m. on the date of said eleetiorL A voter must be registered to vote to be eligible to vote in this election. An unregistered individual may register to vote at the polling place on election day. Dated:~c'/'P~/er ~ 2~Of ~BOARD ~chool Dis~fct~erk 174969 Chargers dominated on both sides of the ball Tom Merchant to be holding the Sentinel Tribune C h a r g e r s when Comnick WWG -- It was a cold and rainy night with some of the poorest condi- tions for football in some time. The weather didn't threw a strike to Schweim picking up bother the Chargers asa critical they rolled to an easy vic- first down. tory over the Patriots. In Three plays the first three quarters the Chargers held the Pats to just one first down. Having won the coin toss the Chargers elected to defer their choice for the second half, and the Hills Beaver Creek chose to receive. After receiving the kick a good Charger defense held the Pats to three and out forcing" a punt. The Chargers downed the punt at their own 40 and began moving the ball quickIy inside Patriot 1 a t e r Garett Amundson Amundson romped 30 yards for his second TD of the night. The two point conversion failed but the Chargers increased their lead to 14-0. On the next series the Patriots again had great field position getting the ball at their own 48. The Pats managed to pickup a first down and got inside the Chargers 44, but the stubborn Charger defense held and forced the ball over ori downs at the 43 of territory. Then they t,he Pats. turned the ball over after After picking up a cou- a bad snap at the 45 of ple of first downs the the Patriots. The Charger Chargers mo ;ed inside defense rose the Pats 33 yard line. to the occa-~ii~i! Then Comnick found sion when .... tight end Spencer Knott G a r e t t ....... on a quick pass and he Amundson ..... ran it in for the 33 yard picked off a score with1:45 to play in Patriot pass the half. The two point around the attempt failed but the 45 of the Chargers would take a Chargers. comfortable 20-0 lead into After a Mason short gain,Comnick then a loss on a penalty, quarterback Mason Comnick connect- ed on a 28 yard throw to Patrick Schweim, good for a first down at the Pats 28 yard line. After a short the half time break. The chargers final touchdown came on a short drive late in the third quarter. It was set up when Amundson got his second pick inside the Pats 35. Seven plays later Amundson picked up his gum by Kyle West, third TD of the night on a Amundson tipped off a 19 12 yard'dash with 42 sec- yard' rtlr o' Pat " ix: onds lef in;the-third., The Two plays later' two point conversion Amundson litup the score board on a five yard scam- per with 1:42 to play in the quarter. Comnick completed a pass to Spencer Knott for the two point conversion giving the Chargers the lead at 8-0. On the the kickoff the Pats took over with good field position at their own 45. However the Charger defense held the Pats to minus yardage forcing them to punt again. Mitch Comnick fielded the punt at his own 27 and returned it to the 42 of the Pats. Amundson then picked up another six yards bringingthe quarter to a close. Starting the second quarter the Pats seemed failed but the Chargers increased their lead to 26- 0. In the fourth quarter the Chargers stopped the pats when Mason Comnick picked off a Pats pass at the Chargers 44. The Chargers moved the ball in nine plays down to the three yard line but the Pats held and took over on downs. The Pats put together a pretty good drive getting down to the Chargers 30, then "the Charger defense stiffened and threw them for three straight losses forcing the ball over on downs. The Chargers were able to run out the clock'with a final score of 26-0. chool Menus Lunch Menu October 26-30, 2009 Monday: Beef goulash, green beans, carrot sticks, fruit, sandwich, milk Tuesday: Hot pep- peroni subs, spear pickle, carrot sticks, fresh fruit, chips, milk Wednesday: Chili dogs on bun, baked beans, carrot sticks, fruit, milk Thursday: Beefy nachos, corn, Spanish rice, carrot sticks, fruit, milk Friday:-Chicken patty on bun, French fries, carrot sticks, fruit, milk Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus October 26-30, 2009 Breakfast: Monday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk Tuesday: Toasted cheese sandwich, fruit, milk Wednesday: Cinnamon rolls, sausage, fruit, milk Thursday: Cereal bars, string cheese, fruit, milk Friday: Long Johns, sausage, fruit, milk Lunch: Monday: Hamburger hotdish, veggms, fruit, milk Tuesday: Hot ham/cheese, fresh veggies w/dip, fruit, milk Wednesday: Hotdogs, macaroni/cheese, veggies, fruit, milk Thursday: Tacos, nacho chips, bread, fruit, milk, Rice Crispie bars Friday: Chicken patty, mashed potatoes, fruit, veggies, milk ii