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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Tyler Tribute - Page 9 Submitted photos The Tyler Golf Club Youth/Guardian Tournament was held on Sunday, June 26. Picture ! above: Youth/Guardian Golf Tournament lO-and-under champions Teagyn and Tim O'Leary, left, and lO-and-under second place winners Ramsey Carr and John Bornhoft. Above right: Youth/Guardian Golf Tournament 11-13 Co-Champions Ainsley and Brandon Novak and Skylar Borresen and Gary Heffele. Right: Youth/Guardian Golf Tournament 14-and-over champions Jeremy Alsaker and Wendy Borchert, right, and 14-and-over second place winnners Ashlynn and Gary Wabeke, left. in n The American Legion, with this memorial, the American Legion fam- A free grantworkshop for Argonne Post 32 in Adrian With the opportunity to ily, will also be involved, organizations interested in is proud to announce an displaythememorialcameWe are also honored applying for Art Project or upcoming event to be held the chance to invite more to have Tyler and his fa- Art Legacy Project grants in Adrian on July 2. The organizations to be a part ther Patrick Skluzacekwill be held on Thursday, Dawg Days of Summer will of the day and we have as- attending and telling his June 30, 5-7 p.m. at the SW be held from 1-4 p.m. on sembled a very good rap- story. Tyler, a recent col- MN Arts Council in Mar- 1st Street, north of the Le- resentation of those work- lege graduate, developed shall. gion and also inside of our ing for our veterans and a smart watch app thatArt Project and Art Leg- Post Home. active duty personnel. One has the capability to stop acy Project Applications The center of the event group includes a number the effects of night terrors are now available online: is a mobile memorial to of people at all levels that and nightmares, a couple all of the military work- serve our veterans profes- of the serious problems Register today for this ing dog handlers who have sionally. The Nobles Coun- that affect veterans suf- free workshop hosted by been killed in the War on tyVeteran's Service Officer, fering with PTSD. Thisthe Southwest Minnesota Terror. To-date that total is Bill Brockberg, will attend app has all the potential Arts Council to learn all 31 of our best and bright- along with Rita Marques of in the world to be an abso- about two grant programs: est young soldiers, sail- the St. Paul Veteran's Cen- lute game changer for the ART PROJECT and ART ors, airmen and Marines. ter and the Suicide Preven- 0300 crowd, that is, those LEGACY PROJECT. These Along with them an equal tion Coordinator from the who wake every night two programs have an up- number of military work- Sioux Falls, South Dakota with night terrors and can coming application dead- ing dogs have been killed, VA Hospital, lanelle Chris- only wish for a full night of line of July 25. though many were not tensen, sleep. Patrick has success- loin other nonprofit or- teams, they were individu- Also in attendance that fully used this app and has ganizations to learn the als that were killed when day will be those who rediscovered the ability to their partners survived, serve our military people sleep, something most of details involved in the grant Kevin Sonka put the me- in volunteer organiza-us take for granted, applications. morial together in part to tions. One great example A couple of individu- Art Project Grants (three honor hisson, MarineCor- is Operation:23 to Zero, a als will be represented rounds of funding) pro- poral David Sonka, who, group of people who strive even though they cannot vide organizations in the along with his K9 Flex, to help all veterans in cri- attend. Jon Hemp, one of SMAC region with up to were killed on May 4, 2013 sis and those working to the co-founders of The during his tour in Afghani- adapt back to civilian life. Dawgs Project, will be rep- stan. After his death, Kevin Another is the Faribault resented with information became active with The Minnesota Legion Post 43. on his project. Mike Mac- Dawgs Project, an organi- They also are working on Donald will also be send- zation that conducts steak the issue of veteran suicide ing several of his acts of dinner BBQs for our front- and will be bringing the photography that depict line K9 defenders and their travelling Vietnam Wall the struggles that mill- support staff and families, into their city in the first tary veterans have to deal Now Kevin runs his own week in September. 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Please contact the SMAC 15) Office if your Arts Organiza- Round II deadline: Dec. tion would like to schedule 15 (earliest start date: Feb. acustomgrantworkshop or 15, 2017) Q&A session with a SMAC Round III deadline: staff member regarding a March 15, 2017 (earliest potential artproject. start date: May 15, 2017) Registration is easy: Click Art Legacy Project Grants the links above to register (three rounds of funding) online or call the SMAC of- provides organizations in rice to register at 800-622- the SMAC region with up to 5284 or email us with your $20,000 in matching funds contact information and to stimulate and encourage which workshop you plan the creation, performance to attend: info@swmnarts. and appreciation of the arts org through large-scale proj- Workshops may be can- ects that will leave an arts celled if low numbers or no legacy in southwest Minne- registrations. sota. Twenty percent cash match required. 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