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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Page 11 Bowling News Tracy Lanes Wednesday Night Ladies October 14, 2009 Landuyt Constr. 21 - 7 Hoyt Oil 18 - 10 Oleson's Merc. 17 - 11 M & K Constr. 15 - 13 Jacob Trucking 13 - 15 KirPatrick's 13- 15 Leversedge Auct. 13 - 15 Blind 2 - 26 High Game Joyce Graft 181 Kathy Tordsen 172 Kathy Fischer 171 Sue Imker 171 Mindi Hesse 171 High Series Joyce Graft 481 Kathy Tordsen 444 Mary Erickson 437 Lamberton Lanes High Games Merchants League Kathy Kockelman 215 October 15, 2009 Lu Anderson 211 Kibble 18 - 6 Wendy Knakmuhs 199 Wanda Legion 15 - 9 Kronbach Flooringll - 13 High Series Gravediggers 11 - 13 Lu Anderson 530 Dans Repair 10 - 14 Wendy Knakmuhs 513 Our Own Hardware Kathy Knakmuhs 491 7 - 17 Lamberton Lanes High Games Ladies League Dan Lingle 232 October 13, 2009 Lydell Sik 207 Wanda Insurance 16 - 4George Hansen 197 Slipper Inn 15 - 5 Westbrook VFW 12 - 8 Lamberton Lanes 11 - 9High Series Legion/Dans Rep. 8- 12 Dan Lingle 578 Fischer Farms 7 - 13Lydell Sik 534 Kronbach Flooring 6 - 14'Tyler Beermann 519 C & N Saloon 5 - 15 Bicycl waiting at the nd of the driveway No matter where you go you will see this scene repeated in the rural areas around the coun- try. Kids ride their bikes to the end of the driveway and pick them up when they return on the bus from school. Fre vitamin D3 to Maintain DED-resistant Creativity with Cindy elm varieties for long life expecTanT moms sue complex decision making By Chad Giblin and Jeff reached. If the tree is on hv ('inctv Rlnir Gillman ........ . .... . ........ in each link. reslaenual or commerclmIt wei hs onl- three Charles Reinert ND, these counties who comes U of MN Horticulture property away from n,,m,t ,gt it Yh .... Researchers believe that the greatest benefit PhD, of Helping To Heal to our clinic with a copy of Gaw Wyafl and Diomy streets, branches may tro]c nt rnfnur l n"d vt'h' is engaging your mind in natural therapies clinic in that newsletter issue,Zamora . only need to clear about 8 human Vbrain. a new experience. Learn a downtown Tracy AND who assures us that U of MN Extension to 1C[ feet h v u " .... • . " a e s gges~ea ~na~ like new language, a dance or Since 1999, the Knowing when and how nhv~cn| f~tn~ brain f~t announced that, due to she has read it, will ni r" " • ~.._j ............ , ......... - a game. Set aside game U ve slty. of Minnesota much to prune and mare- no.. can hPln imnrnvo the perceived serious con- receive a 3 month supplyh ..... • ............. ,. _..,. .... time in your day and try as been cooperating w~th tam trees reqmres experl- r q .. .... sequences of low vitamin of vitamin D3 at no . . , c ea~ vary, remxauon ann your hand at a crossword D levels in expectant charge. Expectant momsthe Mlnneapohs Park and ence If you re not sure boost our memor • • y y. puzzle. Brain exercise can moms, the clinic would be who do not have internet Recreation ..... Board to eval- how to work on young How can we exercise" involve everything from providing a free 3 month access are encouraged touate and select elms fortrees, be sure to contact our brain9 Sim-le word simple pen and paper supply of vitamin D3 to contact their local library use in Minnesota Many an ISA Certified Arborist • ' - p - • • . . puzzms can De usea to puzzles to taking a class pregnant women residing for assistance in securing new Hybrid and Amerman to get you started right, stimulate - our brain with at the local community in Murra~z, Lyon, Lincoln, a copy of this informa- elms are resistant to The investment made • Y - - • . reasoning ann mrorma- center. Pipestone and Redwood tion'. According to Dutch elm dxsease (DED);now will pay off when .... th ........ uon processing. Live fit, don t forget the ey are avadable and your tree zs growmgbeau- "~" r .... counties of Minnesota, for Reinert, there is increas- . . . . . we a puzzms nave oeen health of your brain. Get the period October 1 ing evidence that vitamin should be rehably hardy tffully and providing a o ular stim in th ,,ough 31. D3 can ALSO be very in USDA Hardiness Zone shade on your property, th:X 00s 18 ss ace. out there an exercise. Try your hand at the 1879 We feel so stronglyhelpful in preventing and 4 given.1 proper, care. . Diversifying ...... our land- zle cmllea "/a CtOUOlel " "" " pcon-" Doublets, a Word about the importance of or reducing the severity of r lms .... m generm, scape with many different sls ea .......... oi taKing Puzzle, by Lewis Carroll, our expectant morns hay- influenza: .... YHelping, Torequire, considerably, .mere. varieties of trees helps. ..t° ut^ ,e*L .....v i s i t ing adeqt ate serum vit - ! AdeaL.has,,ne eonnec ion ., /?runlng ann training create www.ExptoreTheMidwost min D levels that we just financial or otherwise, than other landscape ecosysteni~.-TE$:A~erman h. int.rnn~ina nthor .com and click on "Cindy had to do whatever we with the Vitamin D ~ ees. This problem can be elm varmtms o~rer excel- words, each of which shall Sue and Tom's Monthly could do to help", said Council or its staff. We exacerbated under high lent potential for use in differ from the next word Mag." Reinert, clinic coordina- tor. "Unfortunately many of our health providers have not had time to become sufficient- ly knowledgeable about the value of vitamin D as shown from recent research. Consequently this information has not filtered down to our expectant mothers. We urge all pregnant women to read the information in the June 2009 n.ewsletter of the vitamin D council (www.vitaminDcouncil.or g), and to draw their own conclusions about the need for vitamin D for their babies, both during gestation and postpar- tum. Subject to availabil- ity and clinic resources, any expectant mom from do, however, appreciate what the medical doctors who staff this site are doing to help educate the public about the impor- tance of vitamin DJ, and we choose to assist in this effort. Sharing informa- tion about Vitamin D3 just may be the single most important contribu- tion that we can make to the general health and well being of our commu- nity." Helping To Heal is located at 192 3rd Street in downtown Tracy. Those interested in the offer may wish to call the clinic (507-629 3900) before making the trip, to be certain of availability. Car pooling is encour- aged. fertility conditions• which rural windbreaks without is often the case in home the potential for invasive- lawns• The first 10 years ness sometimes found in of a tree's life often deter- the hybrid elms. These mines how it will perform DED-resistant elms add for the remainder of its to bur array of tree life. In the case of elms, a . species that can be plant- small investment in ed in the upper Midwest, maintenance during the which contributes to mak- formative years will have ing our communities a huge payoff when it is greener, sustainable and approaching maturity• cooler! Like most trees, these To learn more about elms are best maintained these new DED-resistant with a strong central elm trees look at the fol- leader (a strong, colum- lowing websites: nar stem reaching to theUniversityof top of the tree)• This Minnesota Extension ensures a straight stemYard and Garden articles and keeps the tree grow- on DED and Resistant ing up rather than out. 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