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TRIBUNE Area Focus Wednesday, November 5, 2003 Page 7 October cross was held in behind the Weather was ry cross Stock meet a success Market 00aa00on -- Game TM Comnick 3:35; 4. Taylor Lindaman 3:39; 5. Dylan Teacher Jenniges 3:40; 6. Nathan Mattison 3:49; 7. Derick Workshop The SW/WC Service but the Ourada 3:56; 8. Aaron high and Hass 4:02; 9. Eli Herding were 4:03; 10. Logan Hotzler student in 4:07. 6 ran in Grades 5 and 6 Girls and received a 1600 Meters - 1. Stacy their effort. Zeug 7:53; 2. Taylor 3rd and 4th Elzenga 8:08; 3. Chanel 800 meters. Madson 8:13; 4. Molly and 6th graders Jarmer 8:22; 5. Alex Following Mischke 8:27; 6. Heidi and times Burnett 8:30; 7. Kristie runners: Hoffman 8:50; 8. 3 ad 4 Girls Samantha Baker 9:12; 9. - 1. Maddie Sheri Zeug 9:17; 10. Sara 2. Felicia Jarmer 9:27. Katie Dusek Grades 5 and 6 Boys Deprez 1600 Meters - 1. Garett Mac Amundson 6:22; 2. Kyle ; 6. Paige West 6:24; 3. Joshua 9;7. Kasia Her Benson 6:51; 4. Jon t:35; 9. LeBoutillier 6:56; 5. :38; 10. Callie Spencer Knott 7:11; 6. Levi Horkey 7:12; 7. Mason 3 and 4 Boys Comnick 7:15; 8. Zach Otto 1. Nathan 7:22; 9. Shane Schoborg 2. Dana 7:37; 10. Caleb Cohrs 7:39. Hatch speaker at 's Day program ldom's Post 206 their annum featured Mike Hatch, general for the will be at Tuesday, 11, at the School gym. National the col- the students Area )atriot- A 1966 graduate of Duluth East High School, Hatch earned a Bachelor's Degree in political science with honors from the University of Minnesota- Duluth in 1970. He received a law degree from the University of Minnesota in 1973. Originally elected in 1998, Hatch is serving his second term as attorney general. Hatch and his wife Patti, an elementary school teacher raised in Keewatin, MN, have 3 daughters. Cooperatives are sponsor- ing an introductory teacher workshop on the Stock Market Game T' on November 17 at their office located " at 1420 East College Drive in the Market Street Mall, Marshall, MN. No previous experience with the stock market is required. At the workshop teachers will receive relevant curriculum material and instruction about the stock market and how the game is played. Student teams in grades 4- 12 (up to 5 members) receive a hypothetical $100,000 to invest in the market. Students increase their knowledge of the glob- al market place, learn research skills and strengthen their decision- making abilities. Students can compete in either the Internet or the paper ver- sion. The Stock Market Game TM is more than a game, it's an education for life. The workshop begins at 9 a.m. and continues until 4 p.m. The presenter is Bonnie Vagasky, pro- gram manager of SMG WORLDWIDE. The regis- tration deadline is November 10. For more information on the Stock Market Game T or to regis- ter, please contact Rita Maxwell at 507-537-2257. Mike known as an and crime. The has said since taking Attorney Hatch hasn't from anyone, health deci- insurance its credit rat- drivers OWners." Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel Alignment Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modem body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. 507- 274-6166 concerned & responsible and businesses support the churches, and their activities. Westbrook / Walnut Grove Funeral Home m 507-274-6700 Street Westbrook, MN. Tracy 507-859-2161 Ph. 532-9430 Walnut Grove, MN lie Maynard's Food Center MN GrOVC, Sanborn, , ReVere, Lucan, 274-5555 Westbrook, MN. Sentinel L0 Tribune Westbrook, MN and Phone 274-6136 ers 1-800-410-1859 Koblegard Auto - MAIN 7352 859-2220 Walnut Grove, MN. Ih C$=', l.J=. ,=,=/= .$mm 154 Your local long term provider since 1961 MN 49 First Ave. Westbrook, MN 56183 MN 507-274-6155 Origami Animal Art Class This class begins with an opportunity to get acquainted with a couple of our resident camp critters. You'll hear again the classic heartwarming story of the 1000 Cranes, and then try your hand at creating some Origami animals to take home. Practiced as a pas- time around Japanese din- ner tables for hundreds of years, Origami simply means: paper folding. These bright geometric cre- ations make inexpensive and unique christmas deco- rations that can be made by young and old. Held at Shetek Environmental Learning Center on Lake Shetek on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH, 7- 8:30 pm. Please register by November llth, by phoning 763-3567. Beef Royale 2003 Thirty- seventh Annual Banquet The 2003 Beef Royale Banquet will be held Saturday evening, November 15th, at the Windom Area High School, Windom, MN. Serving time will be 6:30 p.m. This year will include a grilled 10 oz. steak, with the Mediterranean Club cater- ing the remaining meal. The evening will include: * Crowning of the 2004 Beef Princess. * Winners of the Spectator Judging Contest. * Announcing the Service and Beef Producer of the Year Awards. * As well as all the Critter Awards for the live show Beef Royale. Tickets may be pur- chased from Cattle ProduCers board members and the Extension Office at 831-4022 or 1-800-967- 1763. Tickets need to be purchased by November 12th. Return to the Forbidden Planet WWG-- Return to the Forbidden Planet, 2003 WWG Intergalactic Tour, a musical by Bob Carlton, cast members were: Mel Arnold - News Alien First Opinion; Gwen Bitker - Weapons Officer/Dancer; Katie Boone - Navigation Officer; Anna Canal - Droid Optimization Officer/Dancer; Emily Deprez - Remote Sensors Officer/Dancer; Brennan Enstad - Tactical Combat Officer; Andrea Hannan - Computer Systems Officer/Dancer; Sarah Hansen - Space Monster ID A/Dancer; Jared Harnack - Space Monster ID B; Soni Kaufenberg - Medical Services Officer/Dancer; Chandra Kolar - Telekinetic Maintenance Officer/Dancer; Bekah Kopperud - Ariel; Peter Krentz - News Alien Second Opinion; Luke Nelson - Omnimagnetic Cloaking Officer; Chris OIsem - Captain Tempest; James Rupp - Biomagnetic Simulations Officer; Micah Rupp - Prospero; Paul Rupp - Space Monster D; Jared Schmidt - Bosun; Nathan Swanson - Cookie; Brian Theisen - OMNES; Aleida Van Maasdam - Science Officer/Gloria; Tabby Mahon - Space Invertebrate Control Officer/Dancer; Hlies Vue - Medical Imagination Officer/Dancer; May Pang Vue - Life Support Systems Officer/Dancer; Meghann Warner - Miranda; Pakou Yang - Interstellar Nano Enzyme Analysis Officer/Dancer; Panhia Yang - Holographic Chronosphere Guidance Officer/Dancer; Tasha Nelson - Piano Accompanist; Alex Scarset - Bass; Jake Severson - Guitar; Victor Vondracek - Percussion; Jonna Maas - Keyboards; Eric Noomen - Technical State Manager; Ben Gundermann - Spotlight Technician; Levi Richards - Lighting Technician; Josh Winter - Sound & Video Technician; Stephanie Zeug - Makeup Assistant; Director Bill Richards; Music Director Tom Vondracek; Costume Artist Sharon Bakken. Prospero, played by Micah Rupp, and the Northern Lights Hyperdrive Dancers per- form the "Monster Mash". We're Not Kidding! Donate two cans of food during the 5th Annual Caring Rose Week November 10-15 and you'll get a dozen roses for only $10 Each year, one week before Thanksgiving, the National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness co-sponsor National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. This is our way to help! The food you donate will go to a nearby food service center who will dis- tribute it to those in your community who need it most! 1) Go to your cupboard and grab two cans of food. 2) Bring them to Oleson's Mercantile, Walnut Grove or Lichty Drug, Westbrook. 3) Add $10, and you've got a big bouquet of beauti- ful roses for your table! Cookie played by Nathan Swanson and Gloria played by Aleida VanMaasdam interact in one of the scenes on the forbidden planet. Over $44 million in Federal funds to keep Minnesotans warm this winter U.S. Senator Mark Dayton recently announced that Minnesota communi- ties will receive $44,800,000 million in fed- eral funds tkrough the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Low- Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to help low- income citizens pay their heating bills this winter. "With rising energy costs, families are having more and more difficulty footing the bill for heating their homes," said Dayton. "LIHEAP assistance is crit- ical to the health, safety, and quality of life for nnesotans who would otherwise be forced to make the choice of heating their homes or feeding their families." These funds represent grants to states, tribes, and territories under the Low- Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). HHS is releas- ing such a large allocation of LIHEAP funds in order to ensure that states have resources available to sup- port their energy assis- tance programs. PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm- Business Complete Auction Service Rich Reiner Springfield, MN. Phone 1-507-723-5243 Call collect. i /i i l ili i I