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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Ill Education Wednesday, December 9, 2009 Page 8 Christmas Recital A Sunday afternoon Christmas Recital will be December 13, at Prairie View Healthcare Center, Tracy. Students of Anna Jeanne Flesner, Tracy, will perform solos,, trios, and duets, beginning at 3:30 p.m. The following pianists will be sharing Christmas music: Amelia Sahlstrom, Anna Johnson, Annika Sahlstrom, Ben Johnson, Becca Sahlstrom, Charisma Sahlstrom, Elodie Tholen, Jakob Hicks, Joshua Herr, Karlie Mayer, Mariah Hicks, Mariah Mayer, Megan Dallenbach, Michael Bottelberghe, Nate Dallenbach, Selena Herr, Spencer Knott, Tarynn Dallenbach, Tony Yang, and Xong Yang. The public is invited to attend. Cub scouts were busy last week picking out food items for the Redwood County Food shelf. WWG Honor Roll Megan Dallenbach, 9th grade, should have been included on the A honor roll that was published recently. Her name had been omitted from the informa- tion that the Sentinel Tribune received. RRC Holiday Concert set The Red Rock Central High School Music Department will present its Holidays Concert on Monday, December 14, at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The format will present the concert in a continu- ous performance amidst a lovely winter setting com- bining RRC's Concert Band, Concert Choir, Jazz Band, vocal ensembles and combination instru- mental/vocal finale. At the conclusion of the concert refreshments will be served by families of the Music Parents Organization. Directors are Tasha Frasher and Robert Van Maasdam WWG cub scouts shop for food shelf These are the pictures from the cub scouts this past Friday as they shopped at Bubai Foods at Walnut Grove. The $1,250 dollars that was spent on gro- ceries was donated by the following organiza- tions: the Walnut Grove Alumni Foundation, the Walnut Grove Area Foundation, and the Walnut Grove Loggers. Without their help this shopping spree would not have hap- pened. The food was all donated to the Share the Spirit of Warmth of Redwood County. The students had a great time. They were divided into groups of three. Each group had a clip board, paper, a pen, and a calculator. They then loaded everything onto a bus and dropped the gro- ceries off at the Lamberton Community Center. Article and photo sub- mitted by Paul Olson Dear WWG Elementary Parents, I hope everyone has been enjoying this won- derful weather. I know this weather has been great for soccer and football at noontime, but is sounds like our good fortune is chang- rag. With this colder weather I would like to remind parents to make sure students come to school with a winter coat, gloves, and a stocking hat. Then, once it snows or our temperatures drop into the teens and single dig- its, we want all students to have snow pants and snow boots. This is to make sure they stay warm and dry. Students that do not have their full winter gear will just remain in at noon in the lunch- room. They can work on homework or read books. I need to remind everyone to please remain parked until after our buses leave to go on routes at the Walnut Grove site. We have had several situa- tions where vehicles that have been parked out front to pick up stu- dents at 3:25 p.m., have tried to get moving before our buses have left. This is a disaster in the making. Your patience would be great- ly appreciated in this matter. Student safety doesn't end at the curb of the school. Also, please remember that when you see the yellow amber lights flashing on a bus, you need to be coming to a stop. Please do not speed up and try to beat the red lights. We will contin- ue to do our best to turn in license plate numbers of those who violate this basic state and federal law. If you witness a school stop-arm viola- tion, we would appreci- ate a call from you. Sometimes these situa- tions happen so fast that our bus drivers could use your help with a license plate number. I continue to receive information about how parents can best help their child(ren). This information shows that parents that help their child(ren) learn their ABC's and numbers, play family games together, do handwrit- ing together, and review flash cards in addition, subtraction, multiplica- tions, and division, will give their child(ren) the extra push they need going into each new school year. We com- mend our parents for their fine efforts. The WWG Book Fair in Walnut Grove started on December 3 and will continue through December 14. We will be open the night of each WWG Elementary Christmas Concerts at the Walnut Grove School. The WWG Cub Scouts continue to grow in numbers. We just visit- ed the Lyon County Museum in Marshall on Friday, Nov. 13. The scouts also ate at McDonald's, and then went to the movie "A Christmas Carol." Our students' behavior was news! You should be enjoying your Cub Scout popcorn. WWG parents are encouraged to check your child's progress at school by going on-line at or and then entering your user name and password. Please give me a call at the office (507-859- 2141) if you are having problems getting into your child's information. The WWG Elementary students can also stay after school for our homework help session that is held in the Walnut Grove Library, Monday Thursday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Westbrook students may ride the 5:30 p.m. shuttle bus back to Westbrook each night. They will arrive at the High School parking lot at around 5:50 p.m. The WWG K-3 Elementary Christmas Concert was a hit! Mrs. Knott directed a won- derful program of song and dance. All the stu- dents were decked out in their best Christmas outfits. It was some- thing I will always remember. Hats off to Mrs. Knott and the stu- dents! For those of you who made it to the Christmas Concert, you know what I mean. For those of you who could- n't make it, we invite you to the Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 27. Please do not hesitate to call me at school if you have a question or exceptional. Please concern. My num is contact me. at 507,859-507.859-400L:.: 4001 if you would like Have a great Holiday your son to join. Great Season! The WWG Cub Scouts posed with all of the groceries they picked out for the Redwood County Food Shelf. 2009 FFA Roundup Ready Corn Test Plot Yield Moisture Test Wt Comoany  (BulAcre (% (Ibs Tester 196.69 21.7 53.2 Croplan 5338VT3 227.57 22.2 52.7 Gold Count 95-11VT3 221.78 19.1 55.7 Pioneer 37N68 223.53 21.4 52.6 Tester 202.10 23,5 52.6 NC+ 195-46VT3 217.21 20.2 54.9 Dekalb DKC52-59 231.32 20.4 52.7 NK NS3W-3OOOGT 217.36 22.3 52.5 Tester 202.94 23.7 52.7 Dekalb DKC52-59 232.64 21.1 52.6 Mycogen 2P484 200.82 19.1 53.O Krueger K-6401VT3 216.19 23.3 53.8 Tester 198.75 23.8 52.5 Garst 88F75-3000G+ 213.22 19.7 53.3 Pioneer 36V53 231.72 19.8 51.7 NK N37D-30OGT 209.82 20.0 53.2 Tester 198.93 23.6 52.8 Krueger K-6102v'r3 219.40 22.1 54.0 Dekalb DKC50-44 230.28 21.9 54.0 Croplan 4338V'F3 225.83 20.7 55.0 Tester 190.32 24.1 52.5 Mycogen 2A499 193.22 21.4 52.9 Dekalb DKC50-66 232.78 20.6 55.2 Gold Countt 101-OIVT3 229.14 22,2 54.2 Tester 189.89 24.1 52,1 Wyffels Hyi Wl 941 1 94.89 21.4 51.4 NC+ 1982 V-I'3 210.79 21.9 50.9 Croplan 421 V-l-3 219.O3 21.2 52.4 Tester 186.84 24.1 51.7 Planting Date: May 3, 2009 Planter: 1 2 Row Herbicide Control: Roundup Harvest Length (ft.): 675ft Row Width: 30 inchs Harvest Width (in.): 180 inches Tester: NuTech 32900 Harvest Date: November 22, 2009 IRENE LARSON AND FAMILY ARE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING LAND FOR SALE -il'Y-7 Parcels: "='. !Parcel 1: Twenty-nine (29) acres +/- in the Northwest ..[--]Quarter of Section Twenty-three (23), Township One =m=zJLiHundred Seven (107), Range Thirty-eight (38) in [l--=:--= ,Cottonwood County, Minnesota. .. =" IParcel 2: Sixty-four (64) acres +/-, Section Twenty-six i(26), Township One Hundred Seven (107), Range Thirty- eight (38), Cottonwood County, Minnesota Parcel 3: Building Site of 4.1 acres +/-, Section Twenty- six (26), Township One Hundred Seven (107), Range Thirty-eight (38), Cottonwood County, Minnesota. Terms of Sale: 1) Interested Buyers shall submit a sealed bid to the Birkholz Law Office at P.O. Box 461, St. James, MN 56081, by 12:00 o'clock noon on the 24th day of December, 2009 2) The sale shall be held at the Law office of Birkholz Law, LLC, Westbrook, Minnesota at 3:00 o'clock p.m. on the 29th day of December, 2009. 3) The parcels will be sold in the following order: Parcel #1 Parcel #2 Parcel #3 All three parcels will then be offered for sale as a single parcel. The parcels will be sold in the manner which generates the highest price. 4) All bidders should be present. The sale wil be conducted in the usual auction manner. All bidders will be given the opportunity to raise their bids. 5) The successful bidder(s) shall be required to enter into a Contract for Deed on the date of the sale. 0 6) There shall be a down payment of Twenty Percent (20 Yo) of the sale price due and payable on the date of the sale and remaining balance shall be due and payable without interest on or before the 15th day of February, 2010. 7) On the date of the closing, the sellers will deliver a Warranty Deed and a current abstract of title conveying good and marketable title. 8) The buyers shall pay all real estate taxes due and payable in 2010 and thereafter. 9) Possession shall be given to the buyer on or before the date of closing 10) The property is being sold "as is" and the sellers make no warranties as to the acres, tiling or condition of the buildings and property. 11) The sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. 12) The sellers reserve the right to waive any irregularities in the sale and to modify the terms of the sale on the day of the sale. For Information concerning the land, please contact Daniel A. Birkholz 507.375.3374 Birkholz Law LLC, P.O. Box 461 St. James, MN 56081 175117 a 'a