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6 SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, December 15, 2010 Page 2 OBITUARIES Kay Marie Koenig Kay Marie Koenig, formerly Kay Doubler, passed away unex- pectedly Thursday, December 2, 2010, in Eau Claire, WI. Kay Doubler was born January 21, 1941 to Walter and Bemeice Doubler. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul's. Survivors include her daughter Kari Forlenzo (Anthony) of Connecticut; son Kraig Koenig of Colorado; brother David Doubler (Bonnie) of Walnut Grove. The funeral will be held at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Walnut Grove on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. Lee Bondhus funeral Saturday Lee Bondhus age 71 of Friday at Trinity Lutheran Westbrook passed away Church with a 7:00 p.m. Sunday, December 12, prayer service. Visitation 2010 at Sanford Sioux Falls will continue one hour Medical Center in Siouxprior to services at the Falls, SD. Funeral services church on Saturday. will be at 10:30 a.m. Interment is in Westbrook Saturday, December 18, Cemetery. Online condo- 2010 at Trinity Lutheran lences may be sent via Church in Westbrook. www.westbrookfuneral. Visitation is 4:00-7:00 p.m. com. Black ic, driving The Department Transportation motorists that tures below fre ate conditions ice, an invisilc that catches dJ guard and cause Black ice car about anywhere creates dangerous :onditions innesota of warns tempera- ezing ere- for black le hazard ivers off- s crashes. form just on apaved highway when air tem- perature warmer than , which to rapidly :es a thin, of ice on snow can black ice n greater should and turn the pavemen causes moisture freeze and crea transparent laye the roadway. Freshly fallen further disguise and create ew danger. Motorists remember to: *Slow down off your cruise control. *Slow dower on bridges, ramps and overpasses and in the early norning when the air temperature is ris- ing faster than the pave- ment temperature. *Use a safe speed for winter driving conditions, regardless of the posted speed limit. *Keep a safe stopping distance from the vehicle in front of you. *Keep both hands on the steering wheel, your eyes on the road and your atten- tion on your driving. *Allow more travel time to your destination. Avoid being in a rush. * Always buckle up = it's the law and could save your life! The Redwood County Sheriffs Office is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a $21,590 grant from the Otto Bremer Foundation. These grant funds will be used to develop a Redwood County Child Advocacy Center. The mission of the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) is to change and improve the atmosphere in which to con- duct child sexual abuse inter- views both for the benefit of the child and their support persons. The CAC will help ensure that these interviews are monitored, recorded and archived in the most effi- cient, acCurate and profes- sional manner possible. The Otto Bremer Foundation grant will supply the cost of technological recording equipment, room furnishings and anatomically-d tailed dolls for the CAC. The CAC wilI consist of three areas, including a child interview area, a family wait- ing room and an observation area. The child interview room will help create a safe and non-intimidating envi- ronment in which to conduct child interviews. The family room will provide a private and comfortable setting for families in which to wait while their child or relative is being interviewed as well as a meeting room for profes- sionals after the interview. The family room will also be used as a waiting area for crime victims, witnesses, family members and advo- cates while jury trials and other hearings take place. The observation room will be a professional, secure and technologically up-to-date viewing area from which law enforcement, prosecutors and social workers can observe the interview, inter- act with the interviewer, and document the interview as it takes place. The CAC will be a physi- cal space consisting of these three .areas, however the core of the Center is a multi-disci- plinary team consisting of professionals who have come together to offer a child-friendly environment for interviews and follow-up for the child and non-offend- ing family in sexual abuse cases. The Sheriff's Department is supported by a the steering committee, which includes representatives from the Redwood County Attorney's Office, Redwood County Human Services and New Horizons Crisis Center. Redwood County Sheriff Randy Hanson decided that "a collaborative the best way to reach our goal of creating a Child Advocacy Center." The Redwood County Child Advocacy Center will be located on the second floor of the Redwood County Courthouse in what is now the County Attorney's Office. Redwood County has committed to remodeling the area in a manner that best suits the needs of the CAC, and most importantly, serve the children of Redwood County. The Westbrook Jr./Sr. library recently held their yearly book fair. The theme this year was "Here's to Our Heroes, Reading Saves the Day" as display reflected. Students, staff, and parents were able to purchase many books and misc. items. Some Jr. High ttidents wrote a paper about the theme "What is a hero?" or "Who is Your Hero?" which was displayed in the hall. There were many photos of well-known people or characters for students to view and guess their identity. The winner of the game was Chanel Madson with 31 of 33 correct. She received a free book. Cindy Lohre was the win- ner of another guessing game. Her guess of 340 can- dies was very close as there were 341 candies in the jar. She also received a free book. The library was able tO receive hundreds of dollars worth of books based on sales for patrons to enjoy. Most of the titles qualify to be used in the Independent Reading Program as well. CLASSIFIED 274-6136 OR 1 -800-410-1859 & area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Oleson's Mercantile 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. 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Failure to display cur- Lake, MN; Austin Randall rent registration: $110.00- Rempel, Mt, Lake, MN Kari Jane Knutson, Windom, Child passenger restr. MN system-child < 5 not fas- Theft: $380.00- Robert tened: $50.00 - YolandaFranklin Stahl, Jr., Windom, Linda Hagan, Mt. Lake, MN MN, no misd. or > viol. for 1 Parked i fire lane: $25.00 yr., $200 stayed for 1 yr., 30 - Yolanda Linda Hagan, Mt. days stayed for 1 yr. Lake, MN DWh $605.00 - Steven Driving after revocation: Bruce Rasmussen, Fort $280.00 - Erik Sanchez,Dodge, IA, no misd. or > Butterfield, MN viol. for 1 yr., att. MADD Possess/sale small amt. of Imp. Panel marijuana: $130.00 - Bryan Failure to stop: $130.00 - Arthur Lonneman, Windom, Houm Pama, Mt. Lake, MN CLASSIFIED FOR You Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Saturday morning firefighters were called to the Avoca Spray Service located on the outskirts of Avoca. The main building was ablaze as the firefighters arrived on the scene. 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