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V 4 SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, December 24, 2014 Page 3 From page one The program is designed to the duties of One Act Play be integrated into our curricu- director. lum particularly in English Guided Study Time had and social studies. The pro- some speakers speak to GST gram also involves use of groups. Woelber told the commumty mentors, board they are trying to get Menton said Guided Study more alumni to speak for time is going well and is GST time. strong. Superintendent Woelber Senior class trip update: brought up funding installa- Helgeson told the board the tion of wireless internet in the seniors were requested to community center. He says it have the remainder of their would be a lot easier to get deposit down. There are 26 meetings for school and city students going out of a class at the central location for area of 39. meetings. Menton was told that there The board voted to install could be a possible cost sav- a wireless internet connection ings for future trips if one in the community center, with faculty member was respon- the cost for the year not to sible for doing the trip exceedS1,000. arrangements in house.Woelber has secured a Menton and Helgeson grant from the Remick will prepare a proposal and Foundation, for $18,000 look into building the trip towards air conditioning the into the curriculum. It also school auditorium. The actual could be trip prep before and cost of doing the project is after the trip. The trip could $32,000. We will look to the also be a whole class trip with community to see if there are all students going. Helgeson some willing to contribute to commented, it would be a this project. During the dis- real learning experience, cussion adding a summer the- Bill Richards is getting a ater program came up. The new evaluation set up for board passed a motion to teachers, approve $9,000 towards the He noted that Shannon project. Helgeson will be taking over Santa at Walnut Grove... Kids at Santa night in Walnut Grove enjoyed making a variety of crafts during the evening. These little boys were enjoying their hot dogs at Santa Claus night at the Walnut Grove Community Center. Sarah Mershon is enjoying her visit with Santa Claus. BUY, SELL, OR RENT in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 CLASSIFIED WORK featured here... Call Joan 50 7-2 74-6136 or 800-4 orders/pre-orders are always welcome Hw 30. storden I O- 1859 / open Mort-Sat. 6:00 a.m. : sunday I0:30 a.m. 2,0,39 : We strive to be the best place in town to have a drink, play pool or darts and meet friends, old and new. With an immense cocktail list; outstanding munchies and a fun, casual atmosphere, it's a scene away from the usual bar scene. 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Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Lisa Kremer, Fulda, of Familias Juntas (Families Together) presented Pope Francis with the book "Guerido Papa" which is a compilation of letters written to the Pope by the children of Familias Juntas. Kremer's recent trip to Rome was through an invita- tion from the Guatemalan Ambassador to the Vatican. She accompanied Luis Argueta, the film maker of ABRAZOS, who presented the Pope with a copy of the film which tells stories about the immigrants and their families. Lamberton News - After 19 years of leadership at the U of MN SW Re-search & Outreach Center (SWROC), Pauline Nickel will retire from her position as Head at the end of 2014. Nickel will continue working at the SWROC on a part-time basis to provide leadership of K-12 education outreach programs and develop new models in her retirement. Murray County Herald - Elonne Winter decides to retire from day care after nearly forty- five years of service. Elonne, Slayton, originally started her daycare in 1970. Over those years she has likely touched the lives of somewhere between one-hundred fifty to two-hun- dred children. Tracy Headlight Herald - The Tracy Economic Development Authority remains cautious about allocating public money to pay for a hotel feasibility study. At the recent meeting, the EDA took no action on an inquiry from an outside development group that says it is studying the possibility of building a franchise motel in Tracy. Windom Citizen - For the first time in decades, Riverfest will not be held on the second weekend in June. Riverfest Chair Mike Garcia announced recently that the celebration will move to the last weekend in June. Garcia said the new date seems to have less competition from other community events. is pleased to recognize Cassie Dieter 10 Years of Service (left to right).. Marcy Wittrock, Westbrook Lab Supervisor, Cassie Dieter, Megan Porth, Laura Plotter, Medical Lab Technicians SANF~RD" HEALTH