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Tyler Tribute - Page 8 DD Wednesday, May 17, 2017 News from the cities of Ruthton and Holland and from Pipestone County boys win Naengle Relays By Mark Wilmes 110m Hurdles High Jump tributeeditor@gmail.com 5th Place - Zach Miller - 2nd Place- Chris Meucke 21.20 - 5-06.00 The RTR Knights boys' 4xl00Relay Long Jump track team took first place 1st Place - Garrett Kern, 4th Place - Tucker Baune in the Bob Nangle Relays in Chris Meucke, Tare Thooft, - 16-11.00 Pipestone on May 2, earn- Jayden Strand - 46.77 Triple Jump ing 126 points and best- 2x200 Relay 1st Place - Garrett Kern ing second place finisher 1st Place - Tucker -37-07.00 Westbrook-Walnut Grove's Baune, Chris Meucke, Gar- Girls 102. The girls' team placed rett Kern, Jayden Strand - 800 Meters sixth in a seven-team field. 1:37.12 5th Place - Kate Cowell Top five finishers were 4x400 Relay -3:12.22 as follows: 1st Place Tucker 4x100 Relay Boys Baune, Garrett Kern, Chris 4th Place - Faith Thoms- 200 Meters Meucke, Cade ]orgensen - en, Calin Kor, ]aylen Miller, 1st Place- ]ayden Strand 3:48.22 Katie Ekema - 57.44 - 23.97 4x800 Relay 4x400 Relay 4th Place - Tare Thooft 3rd Place - Conner 4th Place - Maddie Eke- -26.00 Kremin, Andrew Gunnare, ma, Katie Ekema, Grace 400 Meters Jose Hernandez, Cade ]or- Klumper, BrookeThomsen lstPlace-TuckerBaune gensen- 9:42.04 - 5:12.72 - 55.92 Shot Put 4x800 Relay 800 Meters 1st Place - Evan Swan-4th Place - Maddie 3rd Place - Andrew son-41-10.00 Ekema, Brooke Thomsen, Gunnare - 2:22.41 Discus Grace Klumper~ Kate Cow- 5th Place - Jose Hernan- 2nd Place - Evan Swan-ell - 12:25.99 dez - 2:26.22 son - 113-01 Track teams compete at Lakeview By Mark Wiimes tributeeditor@gmaiLcom The RTR track teams traveled to Cottonwood on May 4 to compete in the Lakeview Invite. The boys' team was edged out for first place, scoring 156 points at the meet. Lakeview took first place with 166 points. The girls finished last in the four- team field, with Lakeview Andrew Gunnare taking first place with 181 points. 1st Place - Zach Miller - Top five finishers were 20.04 as follows: 4x100 Relay Boys 1st Place - individual 100Meters names not available - 4th Place - Tare Thooft 46.86 - 12.51 2x200 Relay 200Meters 1st Place - individual 1st Place- Jayden Strand names not available - - 23.62 1:36.63 4th Place - Tare Thooft 4x400 Relay -25.56 2nd Place - individual 400 Meters names not available - lstPlace-TuckerBaune 3:55.96 - 57.40 4x800 Relay 800 Meters 3rd Place - individual 1st Place - Andrew names not available - Gunnare - 2:19.49 9:37.88 2nd Place - Cade ]or- Shot Put gensen-2:20.16 1st Place - Evan Swan- 5th Place- Jose Hernan- son- 43-00.00 dez - 2:26.65 Discus 110m Hurdles 1st Place - Evan Swan- son - 115-00 Long Jump 3rd Place - Tucker Baune- 18-01.00 4th Place - Chris Meucke - 17-09.25 Triple Jump 1st Place - Garrett Kern - 37-11.00 3rd Place - Jonah Chris- tensen - 37-00.25 4th Place - Cade ]or- gensen - 35-07.50 5th Place - Jose Hernan- dez - 33-00.25 Girls 800 Meters 4x100 Relay 4th Place - individual names not available - 58.56 4x200 Relay 3rd Place - individual names not available - 2:04.24 4x400 Relay 4th Place - individual names not available - 5:07.58 4x800 Relay 4th Place - individual names not available - 12:53.36 Triple Jump 2nd Place - Shawna Thomsen - 28-03.25 Elementary students share talents Much to the delight of the children watching, the into the crowd at the end of "Paper Airplane." Photo by Sandy Hanson students released their planes The RTR kindergarten class sang three songs for the Spring Ruthton. Photo by Sandy Hanson Concert May 11 in There will be an infer-* Trap is offered to 4-H they are in until Sept. 30, mational Shooting Sports youth currently in third 2017. Team meeting on Wednes-grade and older. At this meeting they will day, May 24 at 7 p.m. at ** Archery is offered go over plans for the up- the Tyler Rod & Gun Club to 4-H youth currently in coming season, meet new (West of Tyler on Hwy 14) fourth grade and older members, review safety, This meeting is for youth The 4-H year begins in and answer any questions who would like to be part October. The school grade about the program. of the Trap* and Archery** they were enrolled in as of Hope to see you there! teams. October 2016 is the grade It's that time of year again when Vacation Bible School starts. Now that school will soon be out, parents can, as of to- day, register their child or children who plan to at- tend by calling Lori Perli at 507-820-0939 or email at perli@woodstocktel. net. All children preschool age 4 through 6th grade are welcome to attend. The Holland Presbyterian and Christian Reformed churches are hosting the community Vacation Bible School June 4-8, 2017. Par- ents are invited to the Sun- day event, June 4 from 4-6 p.m. with their children at the Presbyterian Church. Starting Monday, June 5, each day will run from 9 a.m. to noon. Thursday evening there will be a community picnic on June 8 at 5 to 6:15 p.m. at the Holland Park. The VBS Program will be held DENTAL CLINIC TEPHENS 100 W. Hwy 14, Tyler, MN 507-247-5331 www.tylerareafuneralhome.com Pre-arranged funeral policies are a .at way to ,rotect your from ledical ,ssist. fou also eceive mme . rowth-C your polic id earn: iterest to cover future after the picnic at 6:30 p.m. I hope all you mothers had a wonderful weekend with family while enjoying Mother's Day. I meant to mention it in my column last week but the copy had already been sent in when I thought of it. My weekend was great. It started out with a fam- Holland News ers thought so too and I sure miss Eileen as we al- By Rosie McGinty heard from all six of my ways spent time with her. children with cards, gifts The American Legion ily member purchasing all and invitations. I was tired Earl Gruis Post #534 and my flowers that I usually by the time I got home Auxiliary Unit held their plant in pots which was again so was in bed early, meetings for May on Tues- wonderful plus I had help What a great Mother's Day day evening at the Center. getting them in the pots. to remember. Plans were finalized for Saturday afternoon one of On Thursday and Friday the Memorial Day Service my sisters stopped with a I spent time with friends at on Monday, May 29 at 10 beautiful card and choco- Good Sam. They do appre- a.m. at the Holland Cem- late candy, clare every visit and the etery. Sunday I joined elev- timeI do spend with them. The County Card Party en family members and I had nice chats with Vera will be hosted by the Pip- friendsforasupperbrunch and Clayton, Ann, Sandra, estone Senior Citizens on at Round Lake Vineyards Irene, Blanche, Irma, Syl- Tuesday, May 23 at their and Winery which is a su- via, Eva, Howard, Steve, Center with card playing per nice place. Many oth- Dick, Diane, Shari, ]oyce, startingat 1:30 p.m. Mary, Sharon and others. I I Dr, Richard Brown Robert Rupp ] General Dentistry / Clinic Hours: Monday I Graveland Dirt Hauling / through I Thursday Basement and / Excavating / 8a.m.-5p.rn. I Ruthton, MN [ Bob and Cliff [ Phone 658-3632 | or 658-3336 J