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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, December 21,2011 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES December 26-30, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Chicken and rice casserole, cole slaw, carrots, pudding, bread, milk Tuesday: Liver or pepper steak, buttered boiled pota- toes, peas, peaches, bread, milk Wednesday: Beef stroga- noff/noodles, broccoli, man- darin oranges, cookie, bread, milk Thursday: Hot beef, mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, cheesecake, bread, milk Friday: Chicken breast/ cream sauce, rice, fruit salad, carrot coins, gelatin poke cake, dinner roll, milk For reservations call Angle at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO December 19, 2001 Mrs. Claus made an appearance at the library Saturday afternoon. Children enjoyed cartoons in the library and Jan Johnson took photos of kids with Mrs. Claus. Old Saint Nick arrived at the Fire Hall Saturday after- noon to give all the kiddies a bag of goodies. The event was sponsored by the Young Mens Club, Westbrook Womens Club, and the Fire Department. Earlier Santa visited shut-ins and residents at the nursing home. Thursday morning bank vice president Dennis Klute was honored for 30 years at the bank. Dennis will com- plete his tenure January 15. TWENTY YEARS AGO December 18, 1991 Sandy Klasse and her dance students performed Saturday afternoon at the ele- mentary gym for friends and .relives, The recital includ- 'ed several dance routines by the various dance groups. After the recital, the dancers and guests were treated to cookies and juice. The Westbrook School Board and administration saved the district an estimated $50,757 during the last fiscal year by cooperating with other schools in southwest and west central MN in the purchase of programs and services offered by the Southwest and West Central Educational Cooperative Service Units (ECSCU). Last Thursday Santa Claus made a visit to Southwest State Bank during their annu- al open house. Jordan Dibble, son of Donn and Ruth Ann Dibble, sat on Santas knee while he coaxed his cousin Stephanie Comnick, daugh- ter of Jann and Randall Comnick, to sit on Santos knee. THIRTY YEARS AGO December 17, 1981 Two Westbrook seniors were named to All-State Football teams last week. Senior end Randall Comnick was selected to be on the Sportcasters All-Star Team, while Senior Fullback David Marshall was selected to be on the Nine Man Coaches All State team. Members of the Class of 1932 and the Legion Auxiliary presented four books to the Westbrook Library. The books included: America the Beautiful, Scenic Wonders of America, Americas Fascinating Indian Heritage, and The Story of America. Cub Scouts held their annual Christmas party with cubs and dads making ice cream the old-fashioned way. Others enjoyed string- ing apples and cranberries for the Christmas tree. PFC Alex Cohrs Benson graduated PFC Alex Cohrs Benson graduated from the MCRD in San Diego, CA on December 11, 2011. He graduated from Honor Platoon 1049 with a Sharpshooter Medal. He will leave for Marine Combat Training on December 27, 2011 for three weeks at Camp Pendleton, CA, and then con- tinue on to Ordinance School in Virginia. Alex is the son of Darcy Cohrs and Dave Benson of Fargo, ND, and the grandson of Doris Cohrs and the late Donald Cohrs of Dovray, MN. Waiting for wings, create a Butterfly House Come to Shetek Environmental Learning Center Saturday Apr. 28, 2 - 4:30 p.m. and learn about the amazing life cycle of one of nature's most beautiful and delicate creatures, the Butterfly! Everyone receives 3-5 caterpillars, and then cre- ates their own unique butter- fly house where their caterpil- lars will live until they trans- form into Painted Lady but- terflies a few weeks later. This activity is recommended for kids 4yrs - 12yrs, accom- panied by an adult. There is a fee for each proj- ect, plus a fee for each child. Groups may work together on one project. Registration fee deadline is April 13. Ph: 507 763-3567 ALSO OFFERING groups of 12 or more an opportunity to schedule a time for this program between Apr. 20 - May 1, either at the Shetek site or yours. Event held on the grounds of Shetek Lutheran Ministries: 25 miles so. of Marshall off Hwy 59: turn est on Valhalla Rd. and go 2 miles. Travis Skindelien new auto technician Duane's Body Shop is happy to announce Travis Skindelien joined the staff in July as an auto body tech- nician. He is a 2011 gradu- ate of Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Granite Falls. He is a native of Currie, and attended Murray County Central High School. Skindelien currently serves in the National Guard and was deployed to Iraq from April 2009 to April 2010. He is engaged to Lindsey Fomberg of Westbrook and has an 11 month old daugh- ter, Emma. From left: Duane Ourada, Karl Ourada, Travis Skindelien and Dan Claveau. Duane's Body Shop is owned by Duane and Karl located in Westbrook and Ourada. Th twelve sites ofloclal Security Elizabeth Anders as 10 minutes, at www. Social Security office, no Social Security District socialsecurity.gov/medicare- matter where you are, at Manager only. www.socialsecurity.gov/loca- On the seventh site of tar. 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