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SENTINEL TRIBUNE AREA 00cus Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Page 11 WWG FFA test plot Feastonthe information and Arts Festival services we offer online By Elizabeth Anders District Manager Fairmont Social Security FFA Corn Test Plot Harvest produced some good yields despite adverse growing conditions. Pictured are Aaron Hass running grain cart and Matt Otto taking test weight and moisture samples while harvesting the WWG FFA Westbrook Corn Test Plot. Submitted photo 2011 FFA Roundup Ready Corn Test Plot Yield Moisture Weight Harvest  (Bu/Acre)  (Ibs Length (ft) Dekalb DKC53-78 Sorenson 171.2 14.7 57.8 842 Gold Country 101-77VT3 Johnson 177.9 14.1 59.7 842 Tester 170.4 16.5 57.9 842 Croplan 3737VT2P Meadowland 173.2 13.7 59.9 842 Latham LH-5155VT3 Brandt 172.4 14.4 59.5 842 DeKalb DKC48-12 Erickson/Kuehl 170.5 13.4 57.6 1112 Tester 172.2 16.3 57.4 1112 Mycogen X29583 Mischke 183.8 14.9 58.7 111Z Pioneer P9675XR Hass 184.6 14.4 60.4 1112 Wensman W 7360VT3 Vosberg 173.4 14.6 58.7 1112 Tester 173.1 15.8 59.4 1112 Gold Country 103-09VT3 Johnson 187.8 14.8 58.7 1112 Pioneer PO448XR Hass 184.9 16.4 59.3 1112 DeKalb DKC45-51 Sorenson 165.9 13.3 58.9 1112 Tester 170.1 15.4 58.5 1112 Mycogen X20427 Mishke 165.8 12.8 57.6 1112 Croplan 433855 Meadowland 183.6 132 60.0 1112 Latham LH-5228VT3 Brandt 180.6 13.8 59.7 1112 Tester 174.8 14.9 58.0 1112 Planter: 12 Row Harvest Length (ft.): Harvest Width: 6 Rows Harvest Date: 10/18/2010 Planting Date: May 7,2011 Herbicide Control: Roundup Row Width: 30 inchs Tester: North Star NS102-330 As the Thanksgiving holi- day approaches, families everywhere will be traveling to reunite with one another. Generations will gather around dinner tables across the nation. And certainly some people are already coming up with conversation topics to season the festivi- ties. If some of the foils in your family like to talk about Social Security, make sure you're ready with a visit to www.socialsecurity.gov . After table time, sit down for some online time with any- one in your family who needs information. In fact, right on your tablet or laptop, you can even help a loved one apply for retirement benefits in as little as 15 minutes, or Medicare in as little as 10. There are a number of other things you can help your loved ones do online. Use the Benefit Eligibility Screening Tool to see wheth- er they qualify for benefits. Or use the Retirement Estimator for an instant and personalized estimate of their retirement benefits. You can learn about these and many other online services avail- able by visiting www. socialsecurity.gov/onlineser- vices. If you're in a conversation about Social Security, use your smart phone or mobile device to visit our mobile- friendly frequently asked questions at www.socialsecu- rity.gov/faq. If you end up talking about Social Security between tur- key and pumpkin pie, rest assured that the authority on the subject is as close as your laptop, tablet, or smart phone. Feast on the food at the table, and then take advantage of the feast of information and services available online at www.socialsecurity.gov. The 16th Annual Art Show, held in con- junction with the Elementary Prairie Winds Arts Festival on October 27 boasted 109 entries from grades K-6. After having their art work on display, each participant received a ribbon and their name was entered in the door prize drawings. Pictured below are the door prize win- ners. Lower grade winners Back row from left: Ethan Miscke, Bethany Byers, Aili Koenig, Jonny Taylor, Lance Her. Front row: Ella Knakmuhs, Callie Smith, Addeson Jenniges, Phong Yue Yang, Luke DeSmith, Lor Yang, Pachee Vue. Submitted photo Upper grade winners Back row from left: Amanda Hartson, Kelly Truedson, Wyatt Christians, Matthew Bruns. Front row: Kathy Vue, Justin Erickson, Hunter Reimers, Rachel Villegas, not pictured-Ricky Yang. Submitted photo CARING ROSE WEEK NOV. 14-19 Donate Two Cans of Food for the Hungry and We'll Give You a Dozen Roses for Only $10! + / A Place in Thrifty The Country White 1236 270th Ave 601 1st Ave Westbrook, MN Westbrook, MN Cadng Rose Week" is a trademark of North American Wholesale Florists," Sioux Falls, South Dakota 203610 1S i!iii Mike's perseverance helps him recognize victories in his cancer journey. We're proud to offer mastery, innovation and personalized care at every stage. For all the victories you seek, Sanford Cancer. View my victory story at cancer.sanfordheal.th.org. SANF-:00RD" CANCER 203644