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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 7, 2007 Page 8 Annual ustana Coll ge Concert Ba Festival November 9-10 Tie their shoes I watched the stubby little fingers wrestle with a bulky winter coat zipper. Once again the beauty of life shined through in actions of a little child. Moments before, the cherub wriggled out of the chair and screamed with the impending' victory in a colorful board game that lived or died on the roll of the dice. A quiet question followed. "Help me please?. I don't know how to tie my shoe." I tied my best double knot. In school activities, the uniforms, the team chants androu- tines, the lights, the sounds of the crowd bolsters us to suc- cess. Inside the helmet, under the uniform, behind the makeup, covered by the blare of music or preoccupied with our business, children and adults are quite alike. We all are plugged in to a current of bold confidence alternating with some sadness and self doubt. This is normal as long as the two are kept in balance. I have seen the T shirt phrase often repeated for many school activities - " Winning isn't everything - tt is the only thing!" : This guarantees a message that all else is failure. It is important to learn our limits but also not to underesti- mate our potential. When our children do not do as well as we or they would like, they need encouragement and con- structive criticism to continue successfully. One of the things that you as a parent can do, is to attend conferences on November 12, 13 and 15. Visit with your son or daughter's teachers. Review their grades, test scores and what you and the instructor see as success for your son or daughter. Another thing y0u can do is to encourage your child to read. If you access the wwgschools.org web site you will see several book reviews by our staff under the BOOKS THAT MADE A DIFFERENCE title. They are fantastic. Read them. Read the books. Read to your children. The school season now shifts from the wins and losses of Fall to the expectations and fears of the Winter Season. Our definition, the parent's definition and the community's definition of success should be a straight forward "Do your best!" As parents, we need to encourage and comfort; to look beyond the current ups and downs and to still help tie shoes Use a double knot! Jenny Hoffman, Ellie Vondracek, Whitney Frank, Jenny Baxter, RJ Pfarr, Nick Dusek and Steven Pfarr have been selected to repre- sent WWG High School at the 50th Annual Augustana College Concert Band Festival: November 9-10, on the Augustana College cam- pus. About 350 high school instrumentalists and 60 band directors representing schools " from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota will attend the two-day event. Tom Vandracek will accompany his student musi- cians to the Festival. Up to twelve students from each school may be nominated for the Festival, and the top musicians from the five-state region are chosen for the event. Those selected spend their weekend attending rehearsals, clinics, recitals, and recreational activities. A Grand Finale Concert will be held Saturday, November 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall of the Book Fair rd The Scholastic Book Fair Walnut Grove will be opening on Thursday, School School November 8, and running through Wednesday, Breakfast and Breakfast and November 14 at the Westbrook Elementary Lunch Menus Lunch menus School. the fair will be open November 12-16, 2007 November 12-!6, 20079:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on school days November 8-14. Breakfast: Breakfast: **Please take note that ;i r:: Monday: Cereal,~, yogurt, Monday: Long Johns, the Book Fair wi]!. also be Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, Tuesday: Toasted cheese evening of fruit, milk sandwich, peaches, milk p a r e n t / T 'e a c h e r Wednesday: PB & J, Wednesday: Breakfast Conferences Monday, fruit, milk pizza, fruit, milk November 12 and during Thursday: Biscuit, Thursday: Cinnamon tas- th afternoon conferences sausage, fruit, milk tries, sausage link, pears, Tuesday, November 13. Friday: Cinnamon rolls, milk Book Fairs offer children fruit, milk Friday: French toast a wonderful opportunity to Lunch: sticks, sausage link, apple- select and purchase quality Monday: Tacos, chips, sauce, milk books. There will be books salsa, fruit, corn, sandwich, Lunch: on many subjects, both fic- milk Monday: Hot dogs, tion and non-fiction and for Tuesday: Beef goulash, ' B/PB/PBJ, mac and cheese, all reading levels and ages. vegetable, carrot sticks, green beans, ice cream, fruit In addition, books of inter- sandwich, milk, salad bar, mix, milk est to parents and teachers juice bar Tuesday: BBQ pork on are included at the fair. Wednesday: Italian bun, mashed potatoes, mixed The school earns a per- dunkers, green beans, carrot veggies, peaches, milk centage of all Sales made, so sticks, sandwich, fruit, milk Wednesday: Tater tot hot you are encouraged to par- Thursday: BBQ chicken dish, B/PB/PBJ, corn ticipate in this exciting on bun, triangle potato, car- banana, milk fund-raising event. The rot sticks, sandwich, salad Thursday: Hot turkey profit made will be used to bar, milk, cake, fruit and swiss, CA mix w/cheese purchase books for the Friday: Tony's pizza, sauce, pudding, pears, milk library. chunk carrots, tuna mac, Friday: Fish sandwich, Remember to stop by f~uit, carrot sticks, salad bar, oven potatoes '(*Chef's 5-8, the Book Fair during sandwich, milk must sign up), applesauce, P a r e n t / T e a c h e r treat, milk Conferences. Back Row: Jenny Hoffman, ElUe Vondracek, Whitney Frank, Jenny Baxter. Front Row: RJ Pfarr, Nick Dusek, Steven Pfarr. Submitted photo Washington Pavilion. The Dr. Bruce T. Ammann and family and friends are concert will feature the guest conductors Dr. encouraged to attend. Augustana Band, conducted Stephen Gage, Youngstown Tickets are available by by Dr. Bruce T. Ammann'and State University; and Dr. either going in person, .the three festival bands. Robert Fleming, Arizona online, or calling the Participating high school State University, Professor Washington Pavilion Box musicians will perform in Emeritus. Office at (605)367-6000. one of these three festival The Grand Finale Concert bands, Under the direction of is open to the public, and 2007 WWG FFA Westbrook Corn Test Plot Yield Tester 4664 RB 144.11 DeKalb DKC52-63 167.68 Gold Coun' 98-10CBR 151.79 NC+ 1994RBD 158.49 Tester 155.18 NuTech 9098VT3 163.92 DeKalb DKC46.60 153.19 Kruger K-6499VT3 166.83 Tester 157.24 Mycogen 2R424 149.34 Cropland 388RR2/BT 162.18 DeKalb DKC52-59 1 69.59 Tester NC+- DeKalb Tester Mycogen NuTech Garst Tester Kruger Pioneer Cropland Tester Cropland Pioneer Garst Tester Planting Date: Herbicide Control: Row Width: Tester: Croplan ' i 56.86 1775VT3 161.87 DKC51-39 154.45 154.90 2K541 151.82 9099RR/YGPL 149.96 8745 G1/RR 154.56 1 51 .O5 K-1401RR 149.68 37N15RR 1.55.75 4421RB 155.21 1 50.49 421RR2/BT 157.1 5 37Y13RR 156.40 8881 RR 141.64 138.12 Moisture 14.3 15.3 15.3 16.3 15.3 16.i i6.3 15.7 t6.1 15.3 1 3.9 14.6 1 5.7 ,16.4 16.2 16.1 16.1 15.5 16.5 15.2 15.5 1 6:8 15.9 15.2 14.5 15.3 15.6 14.8 15.1 Test Wt 57 58 57 59 58 57 ,58 57 59 58. 55 57 57 58 58 57 56 59 57 57 59 59 57 57 58 57 58 57- 5/14/07 Planter: Roundup Harvest Length: 30 inch :row Harvest Width: 4664 RB Harvest Date: 16 Row 675 ft 240 in 1 O/31/07 Visit Sanford Westbrook Medical Center all your family heaithcare needs. for Sanford Westbrook sanfordwestbrook,org $o schedule an ap intment, Call ($07) 274-61,11.