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Kjorness, Kronback selected to Academic All State in volleyball Stephanie Kjorness, daughter of Steve and Cathy Kjorness received two distinguished awards this past week from the Minnesota Coaches Association. Stephanie was selected to the Academic All State T am and the Minnesota All State Volleyball 'ream. A total of twelve girls were scl:cted each team for Class A schools. Gina Kronback, daughter of Gene and Maydelle Kronback was named Honorable Mention to the Academic All State Team. Only six girls from Class A Minnesota Schools were selected for the award of Honorable Mention. In order to qualify for Academic All State, the applicant must be a senior, she must have-a GPA of 3.75 or better cumulative from the first semester sophomore year up through and including second semester of the junior year. She must not have had any MSHSL violations during her high school career. She must have a letter of recommendation from a teacher of an academic subject, th'e coach must include current volleyball statistics for 1990, and she must be a starter for the team. A select group of vo!!eyball coaches then go through and process all the information gathered on the girls that qualify. The coaches then select twelve to the Academic All State Team and six for the Honorable Mention Award. It is a rigorous process for selecting the All State Team. After being nominated, those girls considered for All State, were observed by area coaches and the III Stephanle Kjorness Academically, Stephanie ranks first in her class with a GPA of 3.809 and was selected as a member of the National Honor Society. Stephanie has started for four years on the volleyball team. During her high school career she was selected to the All Area Daily Globe Volleyball Team, was Daily Globe Athlete of the Week, made Red Rock All Conference for three years and was team and floor captain. Region II Volleyball Representative at various matches throughout the season. The nominees accumulative stats, up to tournament play, and recommendations and comments from their coaches are sent to the Gina Kronback Gina was elected into the National Honor Society her junior year and at present carries a GPA of 3.792 and ranks second in her class. Gina has started and lettered for three years on .he volleyball team and has been selected to the Red Rock All Conference Volleyball Team for two years in a row. Region Representatives. At the Suite Volleyball Tournament, the Region Representatives get together with the officers of the Volleyball Coaches Association and Girls Sports Association to determine the top volleyball players in the State of Minnesota. The only other player from Region 11 that made the Academic All State Team was Kristin Hugdahl from South Central. Kristin was also selected to the All State Team and Karl DeClerk from Windom was named Honorable Mention. BOAC Program winners Westbrook/Walnut Grove FFA Chapter Officers and Advisor last week received national recognition for achievement in community development activities at the 63rd Natit>aal FFA Convention in Kansas City, Me. Mr. Burleigh Leonard, Vice President, R.J.R. Nabisco, WA, greeted Kristi Kottke, Chairman of the chapter's BOAC committee and Michael Pagel, FFA Advisor. The chapter was one of 203 Building Our American Communities (BOAC) winners recognized at the National BOAC awards banquet. The banquet was hosted by the National FFA Foundation, Inc and the special project sponsor, R JR SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGI Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, November', NabiscOThe BoAcF undati n'programInC'recognizes Left to right Burleigh Leonard, Kristi Kottke, and MikOT chapters for their community i development activities. BOAC awards are presented at the area, yN state and national levels for a wide E)ovra c ws variety of community development activities including preserving community history, organizing " local farmer markets, building feed Michael Silberman, Martha Beverly and Dickl! i testing facilities and many other Anderson and baby, Lyra Rose of Shannon of Minneto t improvement projects. BOAC Vermont, visited for several days a weekend of NovemlXf !mc provides leadership development week ago at the parental Elmer Irene Zinda home. opportunities to members by Anderson home Several relatives Paul Anderson giving them a chance to work with and friends visited them while they from 8 months in Tal en community leaders and were here. his parents, MaviSJ t. organizations. Mrs. Eldora Comnick of Anderson from !l!]ei The BOAC program has been Worthington entertained 17 Thursday. endorsed by the National eelatge a;adJ;ie odS Vhro sa ls StCnd iveMs Sn" :r rl ces MCl[va Vocational Agriculture Teachers ;)otis Association, the U.S Department Thursday evening with a dinner at Mrs. Eldora Comni e .of Agriculture, Farmers Home the CorrallinFulda. home in Wortl to Administration -USDA, and the Mrs. Martha Vosberg visited Wednesday. U.S. Department of Education. Mrs. Rosie Vosberg and Mrs. Kristen Hansen, Lillian Vosberg on Thursday and Mark visited It ! t' f afternoon at the Maple Lawn Ruth Rongstad ho al ,2 Nursing Home in Fulda and later afternoon I WB School Lunch visited Lorraine Cuperus at her Ernest Cohrs, Menu --- Nov,26-30,1990 home in Fulda. Cohrs, Frances anViL ." .Monday--Chicken pattie on Mrs. FlorenceHansenofTracy, Jor genso n gwf roular i a!! bun, tarter sauce, lettuce, twister fries, catsup, sauce, frosted cake, TracT, Don and Sally PetersonArdell Amundsen sandwiches, milk. were Friday noon dinner guests at Celebration of Tuesday --Beef goulash, sliced the Dolores Rupp home. conducted by cheese, vegetable, relishes, jello Mrs. Lewis Amundsen visited Murray County whidl w/fruit, peanut butter/butter Elizabeth Hook and HildaKirchner the United Meth t sandwiches, milk or chef's salad, at the Christian Manor Nursing Slayton Sunday Wednesday Tacos w/all the Home Friday afternoon in Tracy. November 18th. Mr. trimmings, buttered corn, relishes, Lois Knutson accompanied by Cohrs and Mr. and. l am fresh fruit, blueberry muffin, Linda Peschges of Currie drove to spent Sunday eveni l sC sandwiches, chocolate/white milk. Marshall on Friday morning when Cohrs. they enjoyed dinner at the Senior Mrs. Ruth Rehb0gla" ; Margie and Donald Horning, ! Tuesday Tater tot hotdish, b/b, alv Meredith, Rachel and Daniel ofAbout 40 relativcS az green beans, fruit cocktail, rural Revere also spent the enioved a msfluek i pudding, milk. weekend at the Howard Hansons '--' - %-- D ovrM.!J[n- :. Wednesday --Polish sausages, . =t uJ, Cl On Saturday afternoon they allCenter afe as a b/b, sauerkraut, fresh vegies w/dip, attended the Notre Dame - Pennhonor of Eldora applesauce, blueberry muffins, State football game at South Bend. moved to Worthin mill. Mrs. Darla Work and sons of veraa menos "ha a. Thursday---Tacos, tact fbdngs, Chaska and Mrs. Kay McDonough ; nacho chips w/cheese sauce, pears, r nutson at ms and sons of-Apple Valley spent the n}s b/b, mixed eagles, milk. weekend at the home of theirreturning trom the Friday --Fish patty or chicken father, Ernest Cohrs amux Falls g Namedto Trl - Star all conference team patty on bun, tater tots, lettuce Mrs. and Mrs. LeMoyne .weekend, guestsr e i ='v' The following players were named to the Tri - Star All Conference football team. Left to right, salad, peaches, milk. Jorgenson of rural Westbrook Anaersons were v,s,ted Mrs Martha Vosberg t Chad Boeck, Jason Bakke, Nick Kuehl, Mike Ewy (Hen. mention), Troy Steen (Hen. Mention), ant cnuoren, t:ti - ; ann t:nrlstina oI asa ~ , and Juhl Erickson. Not pictured were Josh Meyer and Mark Meier. ST Photo. ""-"'@ "-" ."e MN. monday, r ovemoer 2o---/m nttondN t=nn ! " E3t and 8th Grade Basketball starts. - l-lOrltor KOll Tuesday, No ember 27---6:30, FFA Convention These are additions to the WWG Girl s Basketball, Sanborn Three WWG - FFA members ,High School Honor Roll: Grade 9, from LambertonatWestbrook. ventured to the 63rd annual 'B' Honor Roll- Mike Olson. Thursday, November 29----6:30, National FFA Convention in Grade 11, "B" Honor Roll - Tim Girl's Basketball at Slayton. NO Kansas City, Me, November 7 - Fowler Gi'ade 12, "A" Honor Roll wresding, match, Ellsworth match 10th. Radoslaw Rusek, Allen, - Leasa Bakken and Heidi Steen. cancelled. Schultz, and Kristi Kottke left i lhT Hl: mr* st ,t, vo t w =t o Thursday---Fish nuggets, tarter sauce, tater tots, catsup, cole slaw, Center at noon where Mrs. Rosann were Sunday afte l relishes, white cake w/lemonSchmidt of rural Tracy is the head Vmla Kilker at the topping, jelly/butter sandwiches, dietitian. Later accompanied by Nursing Home in WOn'K.- i milk or chefs salad, t Fair at the Marshall Squareand Sunday at the. i: Mrs. Schmidt they attended theLo s Knutson Vis Friday ---Hamburger on bun, home at Montevid0 a i pickles, onions, sliced cheese, vegetable, sauce, sandwiches, milk. Chester and Vonnie Saturday evening th lre, Hollingsworth came Thursday to production "RomOO:lr , their home in Dovray from their performed by the WG School Lunch home in Ottertail, MN, where they School Drama st ud im- willspendsometime, held in the Mi Menu --- No . X990 Ruth Carlson of TracT, Ruby Auditorium. KirS t ,at Yochcm, Shield Leonard, and Ruth choreographed Breakfast: Anderson visited Doris Vosberg drama and was l q,ll rei WWG Charger girls basketball begins i irl n links, fruit, milk. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carlson and Pastor Joel and Head coach Leo Theisan discussed play under the basket with ears ty g s day Monday --Pancakes, sausagethis past week. group. . afternoon. The girls will play their first regular game Tuesday night November 27th atTuesday--Cinnamon rolls, Mrs. Phyllis Vosberg of Walnut Matthew and John Westbrook. ST Photo. fresh fruit, milk. .Wednesday---Cerealw/milk, Grove visited Saturday at the Roy organ recita h;t i mull'ms, juice. Carlson home in Winthrop, MN. Presbyterian Church John Andert of rural Slayton Sunday afternoon. Thursday --Breakfast patty visited at the home of his Mr. and Mrs. I'Ia lrv " milk.w]cheese on English muffin, fruit, grandparents, Roselyn and Herbert and John Andert O! Friday---Waffles, ham patties, Hanson from Thursday to Sundayvisited Mrs. Rose T o i "! while his parents, Ardis and Slayton Manor fruit, milk. Richard Andert Of rural Slayton, afternoon. Lunch: Monday Deli sandwich, and Mary and Wayne Ppetz of Mr. and Mrs. Bob:le Mitchell, SD, visited Col. and Mrs. Sunday dinner g potato chips, corn, pineapple, bars, Howard Hanson at South Bend, IN. and Madlyn Warr t milk. Mr. & Mrs. D's Crafts, Walnut Grove, will be OPEN every Sat. until Christmas 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Week days 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. early Wednesday morning to represent the Chapter at the annual convention. The Westbrook FFA Chapter received a National BOAC (Building Our American Communities) Award and a National Chapter Safety Award. Along. with accepting these presug ous awards, the members also attended several sessions with such featured speakers as Miss America, Joe Clark, and Zig Ziglar. Along with these awards, Chad Christensen was awarded the American FFA Degree. Crafts for all occasions and needs. i i ii ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS iii H j Wes TV s & " II II I Storden, MN. Call Wes at 445-3431 After hours call 445-3465 NOW OPEN ' Open House Please come and celebrate the spirit w THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 4 p.m. to 8 -- JlJ ' Complete Vision Care - * Coffee, Cider & Cookies will be served. 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