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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Page 6 WESTBROOK SEN OR Local Thanksgiving Fun Run/Walk to support food NUTRITION SERVICES ntry November 21-25, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Tator tot casserole, lettuce/dressing, Rice Krispie bar, bread, milk Tuesday: Roast turkey, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, stuffing, cranberries, pump- kin pie, roll, milk Wednesday: Lasagna, CA blend reg., fruited gelatin, pudding, bread, milk Thursday: Thanksgiving Friday: Meaty beef stew, cole slaw, banana, biscuit, milk For reservations call Angie at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES 1N THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO November 14, 2001 Last Wednesday five sev- enth and eighth grade SADD members attended a Target Market training in Redwood Falls. Target Market is a gen- eration of MN youth target- ing back at tobacco industry that has been targeting teens for years. Monday moming Gordon Kopperud and Jim Erickson installed a new flag pole in front of the Westbrook Health Center. Erickson crafted and donated the pole. Ennenga was a 1969 graduate of Westbrook High School A group of men from the Heritage House Museum got together last fall to fell some trees to make logs and floor- ing for the log house under restoration. After felling the trees, the logs were taken to Arvid Anderson's saw mill for cutting into logs for use in strengthening the cabin. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 13, 1991 Senator Paul Wellstone recently honored Henry Boeck, who was a WWI vet- eran. Boeck recently died at the age of 96. A head-on collision early Saturday east of Windom resulted in the death of a Windom man. Bradley Ennenga, 40, was driving a '87 Dodge that collided with a '83 pickup driven by Marvin Harder of Mr. Lake. THIRTY YEARS AGO November 12, 1981 The Westbrook Wildcats overpowered a good Bricelyn team last Friday night to move into the semi-fmals of the State 9-Man Football Tournament. They did it with a convincing 36-14 win. On Thanksgiving morning this year, grab your sneakers and head to the Sanford Westbrook Medical Center in Westbrook! Local families and individuals are invited to participate in the 2nd Annual 5K Fun Run/Walk to support Westbrook's Mary & Martha's Pantry. The Fun Run/Walk starts at 8:00 a.m. sharp from the Medical Center and will weave throughout the Westbrook area. There is no fee to participate in the 5K, but participants are asked to donate items for the food shelf. In case of icy roads, the Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School will serve as the back-up location for the event. The current wish-list for the pantry includes: Soup Laundry soap Dish soap Shampoo Toothbrushes/Toothpaste Canned Meats Jelly Juice Frosting Ketchup Children's candy Canned Fruit Canned Vegetables Donation boxes will be available at the Medical Center for community mem- bers who would like to donate to the food shelf, but not par- ticipate in the run/walk. All monetary donations of this year's 5k will go towards the purchase of a new or gently used fridge for the food pan- try. Cottonwood 4-H celebrates accomplishments Jr. Record Achievement: (back) Molly Piotter, Abigail Meier, Emma Snyder, Thomas Sell, (front) Dalton Piotter, Kelsey Piotter and Anna Larson. Submitted photo Nancy Jones was selected The 2010-11 Cottonwood by the Red Rock coaches to County 4-H Recognition be on the all conference vot- Banquet was held on leyballsquad. Saturday, Nov. 5, at the All Conference team mere- American Lutheran Church bers from Westbrook Wildcat in Windom. Amboy Sunrises Marshall. Achievement Top project records were nominated by each club and were then passed on to the county level where RSVP and 4-H volunteers evaluated team are Steve Elzenga,and Midway Mountain them. The Senior Curtis Mischke, Mike Movers 4-H clubs hosted the . Achievement awards are to Wieske, Randall Comnick, event. Members of the Tim Boeck, and David Cottonwood County Extension Committee, Fair BBB urges consumers to Support Small Business Saturday President and CEO of the BBB. "We'd like to encour- age consumers to participate by supporting locally-owned businesses in their communi- ties." As part of Small Business Saturday, American Express is giving a $25 statement credit to American Express card members who spend $25 or more on Small Business Saturday at a quali- fying small brick-and-mortar, independent merchant that accepts American Express cards. You must register to receive the credit, and terms and conditions apply. Registration is available at www. facebook.com/small- businesssaturday. Free marketing tools to help small business owners promote their businesses are also available at www.face- book.com/smallbusinesssat- urday. Visit http://smallbusiness- saturday.com for more infor- mation on Small Business Saturday, and visit www.bbb. org for more consumer infor- mation you can trust. In honor of Small Business Saturday, a day dedicated to supporting small businesses on the busiest shopping weekend of the year, the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) is helping spread awareness of this event by urging consumers to support small businesses in their area. As a joining member, the BBB is teaming up with American Express OPEN to spread the word on why small businesses are so important to healthy commu- nities. For the second year in a row, American Express OPEN has declared November 26th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, to be Small Business Saturday. Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is a perfect way to support the small businesses that you love. "It's great to have a day dedicated to the success of local businesses and it's even better to think this effort could help lead to the contin- ued prosperity of small busi- nesses in the years to come," said Dana Badgerow, board, Home Council and Livestock Improvement Association were introduced and thanked for their dedica- tion and commitment to the 4-H program. South Central Electric Cooperative was recognized as the banquet sponsor. The Cottonwood County ADA was also recog- nized for sponsoring the ice cream. Congratulations to all 4-H members for their suc- cessful year! The following is a list of award recipients. 4-H Cloverbuds Gabrielle Hubin Westbrook/Rosehill Reilly Hubin - Westbrook/ Rosehill Nathan Kuehl- Westbrook/ Rosehill 4-H Graduates Erin Conrad - Westbrook/ Rosehill 5-year Adult Leaders Tom Lindstrom recognize 4-Hers in grades 6+ who have done an excel- lent job on all of their 4-H project records. Andrew Pederson Westbrook/Rosehill Juliana Pederson Westbrook/Rosehill Junior Record Achievement The Junior Achievement awards are to recognize 4-Hers in grades 3-5 who have done an excellent job on all of their 4-H project records. Kyle Kuehl - Westbrook/ 15-year Adult Leaders Robert VanMaasdam 2010-11 Key Leaders Jane Pederson -Westbrook/ Rosehill Cindy Lindstrom Westbrook/Rosehill 2010-11 Club Officers Andrew Pederson Westbrook/Rosehill Vice Presidents Logan Weis - Westbrook/Rosehill Secretaries Juliana Pederson - Westbro0k/Rosehill Treasurers AJ Quade- Westbrook/ Rosehill Senior Record Livestock Interview: (back) Molly Stark, Ethan Johnson, Juliana Pederson, Heidi Imker, (front) Chelsey Johnson, Jacob Johnson and Rachel Stark. Submitted photo I Dare You & AR Scholarship: Chelsey Johnson, Andrea Ruesch Scholarship win- ner; Juliana Pederson and Andrew Pederson, I Dare You Award winners. Submitted photo Sr. Record Achievement: (back) Elijah Meier, Zachary Meier, Abby Resch, Erica Olsem, Emily Sell, Andrew Pederson, Molly Resch, Sara Olsem, (front) Natalie Resch, Juliana Pederson, Ramsey Piotter, Bonnie Imker, Aaron Fast, Andrew Fast, Taylor Plotter and Wendy linker. Submitted photo Westbrook Rosehill Juliana Pederson, Rosehill Top Club Treasurer Westbrook Rosehill Anna Larson - Westbrook/AJ Quade, Westbrook Livestock Interview Rosehill Rosehill Winners Tommy Lindstrom I Dare You Leadership Grades 6-8 Westhrook/Rosehill Award 1 st Place Top Club Secretary Andrew Pederson, Juliana Pederson - Dairy Juliana Pederson, Westhrook Rosehill At Sanford Tracy, we believe quality care should be delivered close to home. Sanford Health specialists provide health and healing where it's convenient to you. Where you feel at home. Zane Craig, DO OB/GYN 228700 Sell, or in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph.507-274-6136 1-800-410-1859 You are invited to join Family at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church Saturday, Nov. 26 2.00 - 5:00 p.m. i Short Program at 2:30 Your smiling face is your gift to Roger. t =