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**..,.MED ADC 50902 SmallTonPapers Inc 0g/13/99 217 W COTA ST  , "IFTON" WA 98584"22631-- 1 6 Wednesday Oct. 23, 2013 $1.00 i III[l!!,!lll!!!l!!llll Volume No. 29 NUMBER 9 14 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Kate's Kourage The WWG gym was a sea of orange last Thursday night at the Southwest United volleyball match. WWG -- Last Thursday night the WWG Volleyball team and the JO Volleyball team sponsored a benefit for Kate Jorgenson and her family. As most of our readers know 11 year old Kate was critically injured this past June in an accident which occurred while Kate was driving a Ranger side by side when it tipped over on the road in front of their farm place severely severing her arm. Doctors tried to save the limb by reattaching it, ultimately infection set in requiring amputation above her left elbow. Since that time Kate has made her, it has not undermined her determi- nation and spirit to lead a normal life. Kate's Kourage "Orange Out" was organized by the WWG volleyball team as a community service project. A thousand raffle tickets were sold for $10.00 a piece, and over 70 prizes were donated for the benefit. Prior to that over 550 Whopper meals were sold and consumed by hungry partici- pants. During the game fans decked the gym in a sea of orange, many wore Kate's Kourage orange t-shirts with Kate's Kourage on the front and a quote she once heard on the back -- "Don't tell me the sky's the limit, when there are footprints on the moon." If you haven't guessed by now orange is Kate's favorite color. Even the opponents, Southwestern United, helped support the cause with team members sporting Kate's Kourage shirts during pre game warmups. remarkable progress and is preparing ...........  .......................................................................  .................................................. , to receive a prosthetic limb. Although the accident was a huge set back for Kourage on page 14 From left: Jack, Kate, Nikki, and Jim Jorgenson shared a humorous moment at Kate's Kourage benefit last week. Kim Fragodt to perform for benefit at Walnut Grove Fragodt and her hus- Kim was known for her perfect pitch and bwagn Bri live- ill ability to play piano by ear. At theageofl2 CI,. ,l,lall, . a -- -T ..... -'she began perfrmir:d' at gigs all ver suth- ur rove for aDOUr,, ............ ern Minnesota years she was a music instructor at Wabasso, and Brian was pastor at English and St. Olaf Churches. Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune She performs all types of music, includ- ing pop, rock, folk, jazz, swing, big band, contemporary, Christian, and gospel. Fragodt began a jazz career while attending Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter. There she received her Bachelors Degree Vocal and Instrumental Music in 1983. Of course since that time Fragodt has gone on to make a multitude of achieve- ments. Recipient of Presser Scholarship for Music Education Gustavus Adolphus College 1983, Teacher of the year at Wabasso Public Schools, and McKnight Fellowship finalist in 2000. Mark Lammers, Ph.D and former music department chair of Gustavus Adolphus College said, "Kim sings from her heart with a warm vocal quality. gim Fragodt -- on page 3 WALNUT GROVE -- Singer, song writer Kim Fragodt will perform in concert at the Walnut Grove School Gym Sunday, October 27, at 3 p.m. According to her bio-sketch, Fragodt's singing career started when she was grow- ing up on a farm in rural Minnesota. She liked singing in an empty grain bin because of the reverberating sound she got while singing. Kim Fragodt HARVEST UGGING ALONG ON RECORD PAGE 2 SPORTS PAGE 9 IN SIDE PAGE 3 HALLOWEEN PAGE 10 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 SPORTS PAGE 1 1 FAITH & FAMILY PAGE 5 AREA NEWS PAGE 12 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 13 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 AREA NEWS PAGE 14 EDUCATION PAGE 8 FALL SPORTS PAGE 911 INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2013 Sentinel Tribune