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2 Initiative fund 990 -'" i sponsors seminar on . -,business plans Responding to many requests throughout Southwest Minnesota, ~ the Southwest Minne~ta Initiative Fund is bringing a business plan seminar to the region. It will provide information on specific, ich,practical skills in preparing and evaluating business plans. The National Development Council (NDC), a nationally known training organization, has been chosen to provide the training. NDC specializes in bringing innovative economic development financing programs to communities which are interested in the retention and expansion of the healthy, growing, small and n.tg.~jm~;;a~yw medium-sized businesses that aSYi. Jude's Ranch for Children in Nevada is create permanent,private sector ,ut . ing for- -"'Christmas card fronts If you care to send some of jobs and increase the tax base of e sT.ur Old card fronts, the address in P.O. Box 1426 Boulder communities. This seminar is open e cu~ll~~ a n!i~ :~h rid ,h.m~v 'O~s~: ~e~~~ te~hhaliVcn~ee:~~~v~iii tO econom ic de ve,opme n t professionals, volunteers, bankers and business persons who would like to increase their business skills. On Monday, November 26, boxes will be In all the Walnut The How to Prepare and Evaluate a Business Plan seminar ve ommunity Club members' businesses for you to will be held at two different mer for the $25 Gift Certificate Christmas drawing. There locations: November 29 at de drawings for four weeks each Friday, so be sure.to Chelsey's, 3124 Juniper Ave er: You must register each week to be eligible ror tnat Slayton, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 orawmg cal Ja cee members will p.m. and November 30 at Victoria Sunday, November 24, the Io y Inn, 1000 Hwy. 7 West, g the annual Combined Charities drive. If you are vhen they call, you can contact Kerry Knakmuhs to your donation. Jaycee members will be conducting a call also on the drive. December 2 the Marshall Area Men's Chorus will COncert at the Walnut Grove School. Their performance It 8 p.m. Mark your calendars and prepare to attend for entertainment. The chorus wii/be giving concerts Falls, Wabasso and Marshall, also. Catholic Church has a petition to President Bush Hussein urging them to explore all avenues for a Ceful Solution to the-Persian Gu lf Crisis. If you are in reading the petition and signing it, or if you care Your own ideas on the matter directly, you may either ouster Ann Marie at St. Paurs, or the Vine has a copy direct correspondence, you may write: President 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC President Saddam Hussein, c/o Dr. Mohammed S. 1801 p. St. NW, Washington, DC 20036. Hutchinson, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Initiative Fund will cover tuition and instruction materials for seminar attendees through its sponsorship of this workshop. For more information or to register call: 612/564-3060. Ask for Mark or Paula. Registration deadline is November 20th 'here have been inquiries as to why the Sentinel Tribune Publish a sample ballot for Redwood County, because the Cottonwood County sample ballot in the pre- Issue. Redwood County's policy apparently Is to the sample ballot in only the official county paper in Redwood Falls. The sample was a two page paid for that paper. If other papers in the county published the ballot, it would have been gratis. Redwood County free advertising when )unty reimburses the county papers for it, would be grossly unfair. At the same time we our subscribers and the subscribers of other county that are not included in the policy are really being as second class citizens The Redwood Gazette has appointed official Redwoo l County newspaper by the =Od County Commissioners. Walnut Grove is not .=red a county paper because the headquarter office ts d County, Westbrook, even though an office lime employees is maintained in Walnut Grove, od County. We hope this clears up some of the !ns as to why many Redwood County official are not published in the Sentinel Tribune. We to Publish extension and 4-H news as it comes into e, gratis, as is clone with the Cottonwood County and 4-H news. te from the Westbrook Walnut Grove High School - School Choir will be taping their Christmas TV =rance on Wednesday, December 5, at 2 p.m. in the KEYC Television Mankato. They will be aired over Saturday, December 8 at 12 p.m. Wednesday, November 21, the Ecumenical will be held at United Methodist Church, host .=r 1990. Time of service will be 7:30 p.m. The Choir will be performing for added enjoyment of nks, Bernice Hanebuth, for the nice note of HAPPY THANKSGIVING! HAVE A SAFE AND GOOD WEEK! NEL & TRIBUNE Grove. Weetbrook, MN - Wednesday, November 21, 1990 FFEN ELECTRIC, INC. erVing the Walnut Grove Area since 1939 Farm & Home Wiring Appliance Sales & Service 770 Main Street Walnut Grove Phone 859-2114 After Hours 859-2280 I . Walnut Grove Elevator Will be closed for the winter, effective December 1, 1990. or service "You're a Good Man Charhe Brown" Members of the cast and crew posed for this photo last week during a photo session after one of the matinee performances. ST Photo. Loading out! WALNUT GROVE--Lions Club members gathered on Saturday, November 17 to load out the supply of newspapers they have been Qathering the past year. Saturday's load totaled 41,820 pounds of paper that will be recycled and not end up in a landfill. That figure is just a bit shy of 21 ton. ST Photo. Does your car insurance give you 10 ways to save? Allstate does. * Allstate Advantage Discount EconomyCar Discount Make and Model Rate Good Driver Rate Low Mileage Rate Multi-car Discount Farm Discount : Air Bag Discount 55 andRetired Discount Car Pool Rate SOUTHWEST S TA TE AGENCY Windom, Westbrook & Darfur Nt'~oel. II, J / FOR RENT One bedroom apartments. Most utilities paid. Meals available daily. Senior citizens, handicapped and disabled eligible. IGUAL NO.USING OPPORTUNITY Valley View Apartments Lamberton, Mn. 507-752-7303 507-752-7470 Dirt dessert WALNUT GROVE--Charlle Brown and his helpers served "dirt Dessert" to those who attended Tuesday night's performance of "You're a Good Man, Charlle Brown" last week at the Walnut Grove School Auditorium. ST Photo. Fast, h~ claim ~ m "no problem" with Auto-Ownem. Phone 274-5962 Westbrook, MN. STEVE SE 'ERSON Ill, Iv -~ Fri )U.T][. HOURS: Pri. 8[ Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday Noon to 5 p.m. REGISTER IT' Old World Santa TO WIN: 30" Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus (cloth) FREE FREE Plum Creek China Cup & Saucer or plate with orders of $I0 or more, while supply lasts, limit 1 per person. Refre all 3 days. FREE Christmas Corsage - While supply lasts, limit 1 per person lowers & See us at our new location. (East end of main street, 2 blocks south) 550 First Street Walnut Grove, MN. 859-2199 ! 4