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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 27, 2013 Page 7 Screening of Dakota 38 There will be a screen- ing of Dakota 38 Tuesday, December 17 at the Morton City Hall from 6 - 8 p.m. and also Thursday, December 19 at the Redwood Public Library from 6 - 8 p.m. Discussions will be held following each screening with former Staff Carrier, Peter Lengkeek and James Weston from the Flandreau Santee MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS Sioux Tribe. Refreshments will be pro- The Redwood County vided by the Friends of the Project, Share the Spirit, is in library. This is sponsored full swing for another season by the Redwood Public of making the holidays merri- Library, the Redwood County er for families and individuals Historical Society and the who need a little assistance. Renville County Historical How can you help us? Society and the City of Financial donations can be Morton. mailed to: Redwood County View trailer at www.dako- Share the Spirit, PO Box 445, Redwood Falls, MN 56283 Sponsors are invited to provide food and/or gifts for anonymous families. We will work with you to assign a family to fit your budget FIFTEEN YEARS AGO November 25, 1998 On November 1, AI Bakken started his Bakken Tire Shop in the former Tri-County, Baumann Repair, and Chad Cooley framework location. He sells, repairs, and changes tires of all kinds or tractors, System area. Dan Wahl, son of Larry and Pat Wahl, Revere, and a senior at Walnut Grove High School, was recognized by the Minneapolis Star and Tribune Future topics Section when his essay on "How would you spend 1,000 years?" was published in the November 1 issue In honor of outstand- ing contributions in the fight against cancer, the American cancer Society New toys and mittens and gloves can be dropped into the donation boxes at the following Walnut Grove sites: Fond memories at the Creamery; Integrity Bank; Knakmuhs Agency and Junk with Purpose. The contact person for the area is Kathy Mischke at Fond Memories. The Lamberton distribution date is Wednesday, December 11 at the community center. spen Holiday traditions have a special place in family life, but for families on limited incomes gift-giving expec- tations can create financial problems and add unwanted stress. Realistic and careful plan- Call Marg Weber at 648-3442 or Mary Amoldi at 752-7657 ning can help families avoid with any questions, added fmancial burdens after Christmas. Whatever your income, the most important thing is to determine how much money you can afford to spend on gifts. To do this, look at your income and the amount you will need for living expenses How much is left that will be again 2013 marked available for holiday spend- their 20th year of Relay ing? If you have been saving For Life and they knowfor the holidays, how much is in that account? How much as woes tificate for babysitting so the young couple can have time together. *For the elderly, food items, stationery and stamps are welcome Gift-giving shouldn't be a burden. A gilt should show love and concern, but over- spending can take the joy out of the occasion. Keep holi- day spending in perspective. If you would like more information about "Plan Holiday Spending to Avoid After Christmas Woes" call the Senior LinkAge Line at 1-800-333-2433. The Senior LinkAge Line: A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is a free statewide service of the Minnesota Board on Aging and Area Agencies what it takes to have a truck, and automobiles He Sell Brothers pitched in recently presented the vol- successful fundraisingcan you afford to add to your on Aging. Specialists pro- credit accounts? vide one-to-one assistance also makes calls to customers with a combine and helpers unteers of Redwood County event. Redwood county who cannot get to the tire on Tuesday morning to har- a Relay Nationwide Per begins their new RelayCredit is easily overex- with helping older adults shop for service, vest the FFA soybean field Capita Award at the 2013 For Life year in September tended, and it can take dol- age well and live well. Call On Wednesday, November on the south side of the CNW Minnesota Leadership con- and they continually show lars away from other living 1-800-333-2433 for assis- 18, thirty five students of the tracks in the city. Snow that ference held in Redwoodtheir teams and participants expenses for months to come. tance Monday through Friday WWG Middle School fifth began falling early Tuesday Falls, MN. the benefits of fundrais- Buying on credit may mean from 8:00am to 4:30pro or grade were enrolled in the morning, gradually increased The Relay For Life of ing year-round, they've that you will be paying more chat with a specialist online DARE Program. Cottonwood in volume during the morn- Redwood county ranked already completed a large for the items because of the during these hours at www. County Deputy Sheriff ing, making it necessary to seventh nationally in fundraiser that gets all of interest charged. Once you have determined Jason Purrington presents hurry the task. their population bucket of the teams involved, and how much is available for seventeen lessons to the stu- H tppy birthday to J Richard Davis Send greetings to: 420 Ehn Street South Sauk (;entre MN 56378 ()pen house birthday party at 3:00 pm on Saturday, November 3t)th at (2entra(;arc [tcalth (:enter in Sauk (ientre - no gifts. dents, followed by a gradua- FORTY FIVE 15-19K averaging $6.55 had their best year yet with per cap. These awards are that particular group cam- gift-giving, make a plan for tion for them after the last YEARS AGO determined by population paign. The Relay for Life dividing that among those on lesson ........................ your gift list. It is a good idea ........ November zll, l'tallusmg aujustea census Ilg- Or Keuwoou county lS nolo .......... I IY to trek wlm Iamny memoers IH R Mr and Mrs Conrad Steen ures and based on the per at the beautiful Gllfillan ....... " . . . ana let them Known mat there YEARS AGO were honored at a noon capita raceme from all of Estate near Morton and if ....... , IS less money avallaole ior November 24, 1983 smorgasbord at the Drillwood the Relay For Life events you ve never had a chance ..... . - , giving UlSCUSS ways to cut Lmda Benson, daughter of near Wmdom on Sunday m In each county. There are to see It, you 11 want to add " ......... . costs wnne Still rememoenng Albert and Margaret Benson, honor of their 40th wedding 10 winners in each popula- it to your Relay For Life ....... Walnut Grove and a gradu- anniversary, tion bucket, bucket list. Their next rel;;laV;SicT r :ina;" ift iv ate of Walnut Grove High Graduation exercises were "The American Cancer event will be held on Jul g -g - School, was featured on vid- held at the Jackson vocational ermi tvr enoniToeand 1R 9flla" Y ing. Gifts can be of time or eotape for the Women in school Monday evening. a v Lift i th creative energy rather than .... aDnreclates wh_n volun- Rela. For e s e Science" senes conducted by Graduates trom the area werecm that pvtr milP tn ,o, znrl~t'Q laro qt m,wement money the Educational Resources David Saelens, son of Mr. e ......... ?'- ........ Y""-: ," , Some ideas for low-cost ......... and Mrs k S lens maKe an event success-to ena cancer, wnere each ........... Department oI the university . r an ae , na ,, o.;a T,~.. ;.~. ~ .......... ,~.,~ ,h~.. fi.,,. m;ll;,~, but mouglattul gilts InClude: " tin fr m auto bod ..., ~,, ................ , s .......................... , of Mmhlgan. They were gradua g o y ............. Something personal that ....... if course and Leon Warner son 5peclaiist--Kelay or people m over zu counmes ..... lOOKing Ior variety -- a - , , . ,, IS nanucralteo. ............... -' .... E- 1 WarnerLife The volunteers of raise much-needed funds ,- ,, ......... Ierent nlestyles, occupations m IIL ~IIIU lvII.3 ill lilt'; , ~ ." . ,--, . ... . . . ,- A ffllI cernncate oi .......... educa --aduatm-- from the auto rteuwoou t~ounty OlO just ana awareness to save lives . ," .... Wlmln me IlelO ano - ~ g "' "'" " " ~ 1 time or talent, for example, tional back grounds. She mechanics course, year.. . .... irom cancer: to earn a grandchild could give a gill de ee in math from Lad Ourada was re elected- It IS not surprising mat more aoout the m-nencan . , , .. . - , : ' : olone nours visit per weeK Mankato State University, secretary of the MN Metal Redwood County has Cancer Society Relay For with grandpa or parents could and is a senior systems aria- Craftsman Association at its received a National Per- Life, visit RelayForLife ...... , . . . give a grown Cnll(l a cer- lyst in Wells Fargo s San convention at Alexandria on Capita Award once orgorcall 1-800-227-2345. Francisco Retail consumers November 22 and 23. Area Cornnaunity Events Gale The calendar is [__ -- ...-....--I printed the last week ] m h r 7 fl I "4 I of each month for ] w. I . "-- v ] the coming month's I SundayI .o.da, I Tuesday I Wednesday I ThursdayI Friday I Sa,u,da,I events I I WB-TOPS,8:3Oa.m. I WB-Library, 10-dpm I WB-Library, 1-dpm I WB-Library, 10-5pro I WB-Lib~ary, m4pm IWB-Library, m-2pm I I I WB-Li.~, tO-dp= IWS-Sunset Club, l:30pm I= I WB Kiwanis dub, noon I I I If "" h''" " i"m i I WB-M&M Panwy, h30-3pm I WB-Museum, 7 pm Ia I I I I Y .......... I Iws-city council, 6:30 p.m. io I I I I I you would like I I I I I I I I included please I I I I I I I I drop it off at the I I I I I I I I Sentinel Tribune I ' Iwo.,--.c,., Z lwo.~,io. Auxiliary 3IwB-Lib~, l-6pm 4IWO-Lio., Club ,5 IWB-Lib=y, 10-5pro 6IwB-Lib~. lO-2pm '1 f'%f~;,-.~. ;w.. IA/~,-,4.1,~..~,~L, I IWG-Legion Post IWG-Keenagersn IWB-Sen. Cit. Fun time, l:3[~m[ I I I UIIIUII~ Ill VVU~LU/UUfl, I Council in IRR Sportsmen, 7:30 p.m. IWB-Library, 10-5pr~I I I ..... e-~. I I IWB:Library 10-dpm In IWB-Kiwanis club, noon I [ I or UDal hOOd tore I l: ' I IWB-Wom .s Club, 7:30pm I I I WB'M&M i~anmT, 1:30-3pm m Walnut Grove by I IwB-vi ..... ,,m,, I I I I I I . Dovray Boosters, 5:30pm WB ,-Clt~ coullll 6 30pm the Friday prior to I I : I I I I I I publication. We I 8l 91 1o1 aZl 141 .... tJ ,:,._._ t__. _ I IWG-Amicus Club IWB-Library, 10-rpmIWB-Library, 1-rpm IWG-EDAmtg,,rpm IWB-Library, 10-5pm[WB-Library, 10-2proI WUUICI IIK~ [0 ll~lV~ [ IWWG School board 7 pm In I [u . I [ I a ' WB-Liorary, 10-5pm bnef announce- I IW~-TOPS 8:30 am I [ I WB-Kiwanis club, n0n I I I . ,, , I I WB-Lib~J 10-dpm [ I I WB-Ambulance squad mtg, I I I ments Or general I IWB-M&M l;antry, l:30-3pm[ I I I I I I I WB-Lion's club I I I I I I nature. I I I I I I I I Some of the items I ,6 Io Io 91 201 2, I we use are taken I IWG-Firemens'mtg I I IWB-Library, 10-5pm IWB-Library, 10-5pro IWB-Library, 10-2pro I I I = I [~ I a I WB-Kiwanis club, noon I I I from sources previ- I I I I I I I WB-Liorary, 10-6pm WB M&M Panu'y 1 30 3pm o,,. Ol, I I I I I I I I know of changes inI I I I I I I I these events please I I I I I I I I 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 I I w -TO S, 8:30am I 0-dp ~~!~~,~'~i~i~!~i~$~i~,~ii~.:~i~~~d let us know so we . m ........ ........ ............ ................ ........... ...... can correct them. ..... br,ng outh,smonth- I I I I calendar. 29 :30 1 31 y I I ......................................................................................................................................... W Senior Lll/iny [Westbrook- Walnut Grove Funeral Homel I ! I I I I ............ -I I Nathan & Valerie Stephens I 1 631 MainStmot ~ I I A I lOp quality living and care .... 1 ]-r = .......... 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