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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMI00IUNITY Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SERVICES SENIOR "Crows Nest Commanders" October 23-30, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Baked potato casserole, fruit, cake Thursday: Soup, sand- wich, peaches Friday: Pork loin, rice &amp; broccoli, baked apple Monday: Chicken, mashed potatoes, peas Tuesday: Chili, cheese sandwich, pears Wednesday: Jell-O/fruit Casserole, Menus subject to change For reservations call Angie at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES 1N THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO October 21, 1998 Hilda and Maurice Mitchell were this years' recipients of the Kiwanis Citizenship Award. The Mitchells have been involved in many community projects, such as the Historical Society, Beef Royale, Beef Producers, FFA and 4-H judging teams and are strong supporters of the 4-H auc- tions. FFA Annual Corn Drive for Camp Courage, Westbrook Ambulance, Walnut Grove Ambulance, and Westhrook Hospital was held on Monday, October 12. FFA members raised over $2,600 in cam and cash donations. THIRTY YEARS AGO October 20, 1983 Monday noon the Westbrook commercial Club met at Wester's Coffee Comer. Sixteen members were present. The first item on the agenda was to dis- on the land by Westbrook Apartments, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hanson attended the 50 anniversary of the Class of 1933 of the Westbrook High School Sunday evening at the Dovray Manor. Mrs. Hanson was a member of the class. There were 12 members of the class of 18 present. Two members are deceased and four members were unable to attend. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO October 24, 1968 Fish were certainly biting for Ronald Nelson last Tuesday when he caught an 11 pound Northern at Double Lake. Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Nelson. Craig Cohrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald cohrs, shot a deer south of Buffalo Lake with a bow and arrow. Craig, a member of the Westbrook Archery Club, was hunting with his father, Larry Engler, and Orland Norstegard when he shot the 270 pound field- dressed deer. This is 90 cuss and vote upon a name pounds heavier than the deer chamze. 9.rt!l, organiza- that took national honors last tio,ously year om bow and arrow vote'd'tbc'dEag-e'thi name to hunting, the Westbrook Chamber of Twelve miles south of Commerce. It was felt the change would broaden the scope of the organization and give it a better image. Bud Mischke, Brian Cassen, and Jim Patterson have been busy the last week constructing a 10-stall garage just west of the Westbrook apartment building on l lth St. The garage is being built by residents of the apartment building who have been granted a long-term lease Westbrook, workmen had thrown up an earthen dike to hold back the water below the dam while they poured concrete slabs as a base for a concrete dam to replace the earthen dam. The rise in water not only washed away the earthen dike, but by Sunday was washing away the old dam. The Crows Nest Crew, from left: Announcer John Amundson, Spotter Jim Dibble, and Scoreboard opera- tor Howard Erickson have a combined 125 years doing their job at Charger and before that Wildcat football games. Submitted Photo 4-H RecogniIion Banquet Members, volunteers, fam- ily, and friends of Cottonwood County 4-H are invited to attend the annual 4-H Recognition Banquet held to recognize the achievements of our 4-H members and youth/adult leaders. It will be held Saturday, November 2 at American Lutheran Church, Windom at 7 p.m.. It is hosted by Germantown Livewires and Westbrook/ Rosehill and the meal is walking tacos. Please RSVP by calling 507-831-4022 by October 28. HERITAGE HOUSE u ;3 MUSEUM ....... Annual Meeting Have you ever wondered what life was like in this area prior to statehood in 1858? You can leam the answer to that question, as well as others you haven't yet thought of, on Tuesday, November 5, 7:30 p.m. at the Good Samaritan Home. Gary Revier, mayor of Redwood Falls and authority on early southwestern Minnesota his- tory, will be speaking at the Heritage House annual meet- ing. He will use power point photos to illustrate his pre- sentation of Dakota people in Minnesota before, during and after the war of 1862. All those interested in area his- tory will want to see and hear this presentation. Refreshments will be served following the presen- tation. Sentinel Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn Dance outreach to Lamberton By Paul Stachour, Bloomington Some places you might hear the complaint: "I'm bored." "There is nothing to do in this town." "This town is an arts wasteland." With the destabilizing effect of radio, TV, and now the Intemet, many Minnesota small towns have lost their local activi- ties. While once nearly every town had an "opera house" (wheffgXlae touring music and theater groups came) and its "dance hall" (where commu- nity dances were held sev- eral nights per week), most of those are now gone. But that's not true every- where. Here and there one can still find such venues, hidden away on the 2nd floor of some office building, or even sitting on a prominent street in the town. In most cases, they are shuttered, dusty remnants of a past era. However, in a few towns, they are still open and still in use. One such town is Lambert,n, located on US14 in SW Minnesota about 2 1/2 hours from the Twin Cities. Here we find a community dance-hall, built in 1939, with a nice clean, original, wood dance-floor 40 by 55 feet. There s a stage for a band. In the basement, there is also a brand-new laminate 30 by 60 foot dance-floor. And on the top floor, there is a nice 15 by 25 foot floor for practicing swing or rumba or ballet. This is the home for Anita's Conservatory of Dance." Anita's Conservatory of Dance now offers ballet, tap, jazz, tum- bling, and Pointe. This year's enrollment is over 200 stu- dents. Like many such dance studios, the main focus of the studio is teaching children to dance. There is no place near for adults to learn any of - the partner dances. And so, the majestic old dance hall does not get used to its full potential. Because I travel all across Minnesota as part of the walking clubs that I belong to, I have had the opportunity to discover a number of such potential dance venue oppor- tunities outside of the Twin Cities. There is a tremen- dous potential for outreach to venues such as this one in Lamberton. So, on Thursday, November 14, at 7:15 p.m., I will provided a 1-hour "intro- duction to Partner Dancing" lesson (Foxtrot & Waltz) at that dance studio, located at 110 Second Avenue W. in Lamberton. 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