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SENTINEL TmBUNE .% Wednesday, December 24, 2014 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES O WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES December 29-January 2, 2014 S e n i o r Nutrition Services serving at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Served at Westbrook Community Center. Call Pat Madson to reserve Meals on Wheels, 274,6583. Monday: Smoked polish sausage, potatoes, creamed cabbage, spiced peaches, bread, milk Tuesday: Hot turkey sand- wich, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, fruited Jell-O/topping, milk Wednesday: Beef tips au Jus, parsley noodles, vegeta- bles, chocolate cherry des- sert, dinner roll, milk Thursday - New Year's Day Friday - Not available Menus subject to change Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. December 29-January 2, 2014 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday - BBQ chicken, baked potato, asparagus, cake roll Tuesday - Fish, baker potatoes, broccoli, bread pud- ding, butterscotch sauce Wednesday Chicken bake, parsley buttered noo- dles, Riviera veggies, ginger chocolate chip bar Thursday - New Year's Day - No dining Friday - Chicken qesadil- la, Santa Fe rice & beans, escalloped apples For reServations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. GLANCES 1N THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO December 22, 1999 Cottonwood County Farm Bureau President David Van Loh was elected by county voting delegates to a three- year term on the MN Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors. Paige Swenson, 24, of Fridley, was crowned Miss MN USA 2000. She is the daughter of Mike and Donna Swenson and granddaughter of the late Neal, Sr. and Lillian Swenson of Storden. Paige was the Miss MN Teen USA in 1994 and Miss Rochester in 1996. The Abe Harder home was chosen as the top home in the Westbrook home lighting contest sponsored by Westbrook Utilities. The Angle Einertson home was chosen as second place win- ner, and the Vernal Wahl home was the third place winner. All will receive a cash prize. THIRTY YEARS AGO December 26, 1984 A needy family in the Westbrook area was present- ed with a free set of World Book encyclopedia last week by World Book Area Manager Lois Ohlson and Elementary Principal Gerald Goehring. Ohlson earned the right to present the free set through her selling efforts. Selection of the needy family was made with the help of local pastors and the school. The gift was part of World Book's "Company with a Heart" Campaign. Westbrook Street Department employees Ron Worden and Howard Dallenbach took advantage of the recent cold weather to flood the skating rink in the park last week. The ice is in great shape for the skaters with the temperatures staying below the freezing mark the past few days. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO December 25, 1969 Miss Gwen Anderson of Sherbum will be a new high school instructor on January 5. She will be replacing Mrs. Grefsrud who is leaving her position now at Christmas time. Village workers had their hands full Monday when a break in the water main was discovered at the intersection a block west of the hospital. It was necessary to ~tig up the main in the driving snow storm make the repairs, and then fill it up again. Murl Rupp was pledged into the social fraternity of ag students, the Farmhouse Fraternity, at the U of M in St. Paul, last Friday. SMALL PRICE RESULTS ,Ik ,Ik ,k ,k,k ,k ,Ik ,Ik ,k ,k,ka ii Happy 6oth Birthday! Love, J andjamily Christma At the recent Christmas gathering of the City Council, Light Commission and employees John Madson was recog- nized for his thirty years of service to the community. Madson has served consec- utively for seven four-year terms, as well as one two- year term. He has decided to retire at the end of the year. Mayor Digger Phelps congratulates Madson on his years of service. Submitted photo Harvesting sustainable natural resources is inte- gral to the heritage of many Minnesotans. For a growing number of others, though, interest in tapping into our state's abundant buffet of resources is reaching new levels. How to harvest wise- ly? Developed by the University of Minnesota Extension, the newly released "Minnesota Harvester Handbook" has answers. Contributions come from a broad base of experts in this l l8-page guide covering a wide array, including mush- rooms, maple syrup and ber- ries, as well as non-edibles such as wood for crafting. "This guide isn't just for people who own woods. It's for those who have an interest in learning how to connect with nature through harvesting non-timber natu- ral resources and doing so responsibly," said Mike Reichenbach, Extension nat- ural resources educator. Resources are divided by the season of their harvest; its chapters delve into details such as where resources grow and how-to tips on harvesting. Photos through- out the guide help readers correctly identify items. In addition, the handbook offers exhaustive information on resources and their cultural importance, marketing, regu- lations regarding public and private land and more. "Each chapter puts an emphasis on environmental benefits, sustainability and regrowth," said Gary Wyatt, also an Extension natural resources educator. The guide sells for $24.95. To learn more or order, visit Orders will be received in seven to ten days or less. It will be a text for later introductory non-timber for- est products classes offered by Extension. To learn more, visit Extension's My Minnesota Woods page at http://www.myminnesota- party COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Warm holiday blessings to all, from the staff and tenants at Country View Senior Living Community. We would like to wish a happy birthday to Mary Danielson on the 25th. This week the tenants have participated in BINGO, SkipBo, PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, Bible Study, Stretching with Ashlee, Bone Builders, Nail Painting, Dominoes and Fun Day. We were also lucky enough to have the WWG 6th grade band come to play holi- day music for the tenants on Thursday. On Tuesday, we had a Christmas party with the tenants. It was a wonder- ful time of socializing and the tenants opened their gifts from "Santa." Friday, we had a big screen Christmas movie with popcom in the after- noon. Carolers from the Springdale Climbers 4H club came on Sunday evening. We had to postpone the bus to Marshall this week, but will hopefully get there early next week. The roads got a bit to icy to go on Monday. Next week brings the WWG 5th grade band play- ing music at 1:30 p.m. along with the regular calendar of activities. It will be a busy week of outings for many of the tenants along with many guests coming in to visit. There will be no senior dining on December 25 or January 1 due to the holiday. That's the news from the country. Enjoy your holi- days! MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO December 22, 1999 John Jr. and Dennis Zwach, Walnut Grove, were recently honored by the Farmer Magazine and the Minnesota Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts as Outstanding Conservationists from a 14-county area. The DM & E Railroad has installed new gate crossing signals at the two main cross- ings. The new signals also have crossing gates. Ed Fornberg residence was the first place winner in the community club sponsored lighting contest. Second place goes to the Greg Lund residence and the Virgil Matthews residence captures third place. All will receive Walnut Grove dollars. THIRTY YEARS AGO December 26, 1984 News on the Red Rock Rural Water System that is scheduled to service this area was encouraging this past week. Bids were opened and the contracts will be let in the very near future, according to Board member Clair Baker. Construction work will begin as soon as the frost is out of the ground and is expected to be finished by November 15, 1985. Three villages will benefit from the water ser- vice, Delft, Dovray, and Garvin. Santa had a busy weekend, stopping at Walnut Grove, Westbrook, and Dovray, arriving in Westbrook and Dovray by fire truck due to the lack of snow. He didn't reveal how he arrived in Walnut Grove. Santa handed out bags of candy to all youngsters. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO December 25, 1969 The Holly United Methodist Church will hold its last services on Sunday, December 28, 1969. The congregation voted December 14 to disband the church after sixty-two years. The mem- bers will transfer to various other churches. Present membership is 36. Douglas Lee Halstenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Halstenson, was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree from the Institute of Agriculture at the U of MN Saturday evening. For the first time that the Walnut Grove Sales Pavilion has been in operation, buffa- loes were sold last Friday. Two buffalo calves, con- signed by Gene Saxhaug, were sold to Vernon E. Nelson of Revere. Sam Mickelson, who recently pur- chased the Pavilion, is the auctioneer. Keenagers of Walnut Grove held their annual Christmas party December 9. Games of Hand & Foot and Salad were played. A potluck of desserts and snacks followed the card games. Submitted photo SPRINGDALE TOWNSHIP Filing for Township Office NOTICE OF OFFICER CANDIDATE FILING DATES To the residents of North Hero Township: Notice is hereby given that the offices to be elected at the upcoming March 2015 election are: Supervisor (one) and Treasurer. 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