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Tyler Tribute - Page 8 Area Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Youth Conservation Corps program now hiring Superintendent Glen Livermont announced to- day the Pipestone National Monument will conduct a Youth Conservation Corps (YfiC) program for the 2013 summer season. The program provides an op- portunity for 15-18-year- olds to accomplish conser- vation work and develop an environmental under- standing and appreciation of the Monument's natural and cultural heritage. This year, four positions are available working in the resource management and maintenance divisions where participants will spend most of their time working in the outdoors. Work will include exotic species control, assisting with wildlife and vegeta- tion monitoring and as- sisting maintenance with grounds and facility up- keep. Work opportunities may also be available in administration and inter- pretation during inclem- ent weather. The eight-week pro- gram is scheduled to run from June 10 through Aug. 2. Participants will work a 40-hour week at the rate of $7.25 per hour. All interested area youth 15-18-years-old, who are permanent residents of the United States, are eli- gible to apply. Selection for positions will be based on merit, skills and inter- views. Applications can be obtained at Pipestone National Monument head- quarters between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Completed applications must be re- turned by April 19. Second chance to help wildlife Minnesotans who forgot to donate to the line with the loon on their state tax forms now have a second chance to help the state's bald eagles, trumpeter swans, blue herons, per- egrine falcons and blue- birds, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said. To donate to the DNR nongame wildlife program, visit the website at www. game/checkoff.html. More than 800 nongame wildlife species depend on donations. The nongame wildlife program receives 80 percent of its funding through donations. Last year 66,000 Min- nesotans donated to the line with the loon on their tax forms, compared with 88,000 people 10 years ago, said Carrol Hender- son, DNR nongame wild- life program supervisor. "Only one in 31 house- holds contributes to the wildlife checkoff fund, so every dollar donated is an important gift to wildlife," he said. Many Minnesotans use tax services to prepare their taxes and never see their tax form so they miss the line with the loon, Hen- derson said. These same people enjoy watching the new live bald eagle web- cam as well as frequent- ing the outdoors to watch soaring eagles along the riverbanks and listening to the haunting call of the common loon. "We are fortunate to of- fer this second chance to help wildlife and keep Min- nesota a special place to live," Henderson said. "It's fast and easy to make your tax deductible donation; just go to the DNR website and click on the nongame wildlife donate button. Every dollar donated will help protect and preserve the future of all wildlife in Minnesota." The Tyler Kiwanis Club welcomes children through the fifth grade to its annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 30 10:00 a.m. at The Roch, downtown Tyler Children should bring a Ham Steak Open ndays at ! !:30 a.m. bag or basket for candy. Plastic eggs will be used. All children will receive candy. Easter Buffet : * O W at Cedruc s :;'!" ...... 206 S. Main ] Hendricks, MN Sunday, March 31 l l:0Oa.m.-l:OOp.m. ;eanlCt/eOrPdFauhnldrai:   Menu: ham, roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, ': / corn and salad bar f PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS! J o "/ ..... / 507-275-3586 ,::i For replacement of trees destroyed July Friday, April 5 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.  Ruthton Community Center Barbecue Meal Freewill offerin Tyler Rod and Gun Club - 31 't Annual Good Friday EAT r ! 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