Newspaper Archive of
Sentinel Tribune
Westbrook, Minnesota
Lyft
November 6, 2013     Sentinel Tribune
PAGE 1     (1 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 1     (1 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 6, 2013
 

Newspaper Archive of Sentinel Tribune produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




VETERANS DAY SALUTE PAGE 9 MAGIC SHOW PAGE 14 l,l.l,ppll,eU.llhhprhlll,eU,l,hl'edh.'llllll"l ***************MIXED ADC 50902 SmallTDwnPa!ers Inc 09113199 217 W COTA ST   1 SHELTON. WA 9184-2263 /  6 Wedm Nov. 6, 2013 HItlI! IjljIjIll!!l!l!l!r I rl Volume No. 29 NUMBER 11 ........  ........ : : ..... " ...... 14 PAGES $1 O0 Plus supplements in local edition "Di er" By Dennis gg Phelps. Another year has passed and the memory of fifty or more veterans' days begins to cloud the significance of this impor- tant celebration. It becomes clear that some study may be necessary to clearly understand the seemingly lower signifi- cance of this day to contemporary school children, and others. As the ranks of our local veterans' organizations begin to thin due to a lack of participation or interest, it might be a good time to take a quick look at just what these organizations have done and continue to do within our community and rural Cottonwood County. Locally, our American Legion has lost members at a higher rate than our Veterans of Foreign Wars. Some of our long- time residents can recall when Saturday night bingo was a sta- ple in the social framework of Westbrook. Legion members took turns in working, and Bingo night was a primary source of income for our Legion Post. As the Legion became less active due to the loss of many of the WWI and WWII veterans , the Legion Hall was closed, due mainly to the actions of the State of Minnesota with regard to finances, etc. Many legion members continue to assist with the VFW in other endeavors, while several members belong to both organizations. Sentinel Tribune file photo. Veterans Day -- on pages 3, 14 We Who Remain Anthony Devanny introduces his poem - "I am currently still a serving soldier within 3 YORKS, having just returned from a third tour of Afghanistan which saw us lose 10 Brothers. I sat at home this morning waiting to go remember and started to write." WO2 Anthony Devanny3 YORKSVirtutis Fortuna Comes We are indeed the lucky and unlucky ones, As we are the ones who have lived to tell the tales of those we once knew We are the ones who carry those scars of things seen, done and lost We are the ones who must never let those who are not here be forgotten by the new We are the ones who will never need to be reminded that "We will Remember Them" )As We are the ones who will always remember those we forever call friend. Walnut Grove Outreach Day Several community outreach part- ners visited Walnut Grove to talk about services they offer Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WALNUT GROVE -- Plum Creek Library staff members Margie Salentiny and Kelly Hoogendoorn put together an outreach program involving the fol- lowing services: Open Door Medical Services, Western Community Action, Country View Senior Living, Minnesota River Agency on Aging, Redwood County Volunteers, Redwood County Public Health, and the Plum Creek Library Outreach. The program, Monday morning, invited people from the community to hear representatives from the various agencies talk about the services that Country View Executive Director Kim Rolling talked about the ser- vices available at Country View Senior Living apartments. are available for them to use. Margie Salentiny and Kelly Hoogedoorn talked about the services now available to communities in sev- eral places other than public libraries. In Walnut Grove -- books are avail- able at Country View Senior Living Apartments, and at the city hall. They also serve people in Lucan, Milroy, Jeffers, Storden, Ann Township, Currie, and Dovray. For more infor- mation about time and places contact Outreach@plumcreek library.net or phone 507-376-5803 ext.6, or cell 507-360-0729. Join Outreach on Face Book *PCLS Outreach. www.plum- creek library.org/outreach. Outreach -- on page 7 Ho00dav Flair. :. Last Saturday the Good Samaritan Society Westbrook held its annual Holiday Flair Arts and craft show and sale. At left: Megan Mattison of Marshall showed her Pampered Chef kitchen uten- sils and visited with patrons. More Flair  on page 10 Fun and games at elementary carnival last week Pre school through 4th grade had fun at the elementary carnival last Monday night a week ago. Plinko is always a popular game with the kiddies. *Carnival -- on page 14 INDEX ON RECORD PAGE 2 VETERANS DAY PAGE 9 IN SIDE PAGE 3 SPORTS PAGE I0 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 AREA NEWS 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 HALLOWEEN PARADE PAGES 14 CONTACT Us CLASSIFIEDS * ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2013 Sentinel Tribune