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Tyler Tribute - Page 10 Wednesday, July 1, 2015 News from the cities of Ruthton and Holland and from Pipestone County Above: Minnesota FFA members are pictured at the State Greenhand Leader- ship Conference (SGLC) at Deep Portage Conservation Reserve near Hacken- sack. from June 22-26 to develop leadership skills for their communities and home chapters. Members attending from the RTR FFA chapter included Jonah Johnson, Jackie Dressen, Ashley Borchert and Lacey Barke. Right: Pictured from left to right are Region 6 President Katie Rogers, RTR FFA members Lac- ey Barke, Jonah Johnson and Ashley Borchert, Minnesota State Sentinel Sam Johnson and RTR FFA member Ashley Dressen. mem Over 140 Minnesota FFA members gathered for the State Greenhand Leader- ship Conference (SGLC) at Deep Portage Conserva- tion Reserve near Hack- ensack from June 22-26 to develop leadership skills for their communities and home chapters. Members from the RTR FFA chap- ter attending were Jonah Johnson, Jackie Dressen, Ashley Borchert and Lacey Barke. The goal of State Green- hand Leadership Confer- ence is to give personal me.toting:: to- first-year high school FFA members. These members come from all corners of the state, rep- resent unique sectors of agriculture and have been recognized as top leaders in their schools. During the conference, students cover an array of topics during sessions that focus mostly on personal development. Goal setting, professional leadership and career exploration are just a few of the topics dis- covered during this five- day leadership camp. "State Greenhand Lead- ership Conference was an incredible week filled with opportunities for students to grow, build friendships and learn more about FFA," Minnesota FFA President PJ Aarsvold said. "Mem- bers took part in engag- ing sessions, heard from officers as they reflected on lessons they've learned through their life experi- ences and participated in team building activities at Deep Portage's facilities." FFA members had the opportunity to connect with different individuals outside of sessions dur- ing fun activities such as na volleyball, canoeing and hiking. Each night, the state officers shared per- sonal reflections with the campers, and the final day wrapped up camp with a banquet, talent show and dance. State Greenhand Lead- ership Conference serves the Minnesota FFA As- sociation by building tal- ented and young individu- als. These members often go on to become chapter, region and state leaders within their FFA chapters and communities. This leadership confer- ence was made possible with financial contribu- tions from the CHS Foun- dation, Northland Ford Dealers, Alliance Pipeline and Dr. Curtis Youngs as a special project of the Min- nesota FFA Foundation. FFA is a national or- ganization developing students' potential for premier leadership, per- sonal growth and career success through agricul- tural education with more than 600,000 members in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The Minnesota FFA Association Submitted photo represents nearly 11,000 members and almost 200 high school chapters across the state. Agricul- tural education engages students through hands- on learning in the class- room, work-based learn- ing opportunities known as Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) projects and FFA activities. You can learn more about the experiences of FFA members and sup- porters by visiting www. mnffa.org and www.ffa. org. annual Volunteers and athletes are being called to par- ticipate in the fifth annual Outland Challenge triath- Ion which will be taking place at 9 a.m. on July 18 at Lake Cochrane State Park. The triathlon is the only race in eastern South Dakota that is sanctioned by both the USA Triathlon Association and the South Dakota Triathlon Associa- tion. Following the 2014 event, the race was recog- nized as South Dakota's Premier Triathlon by the South Dakota Triathlon Association and its athlete members. Showcasing the natu- ral beauty of northeast South Dakota's Coteau des Prairies and the clean, spring-fed waters of Lake Cochrane, The Outland Challenge tests the most seasoned triathletes and is welcoming to newcomers with a fun, organized and supportive atmosphere. In addition, $2,000 in prize money will be awarded to this years top finishers. The event features a sprint distance race, team sprint race and the only Olympic distance event in South Dakota. All net pro- ceeds generated from the event are donated to local charities. ~i~'~ : i YOUR OLD FRIEND HAS A NEW LOOK AND NEW NAME: C 0 M M U N I C A T I 0 N S Starting in March, Woodstock Telephone Company will become Woodstock Communications. This evolved brand more accurately reflects the spectrum of high-tech communications services we are now DENTAL CLINIC able to bring you. If you have any questions, call us at 507-658-3830 or visit www.woodstocktel.net. WCODSTOCK COMMUNICATIONS Ln E ,3 Registration for the event will remain open until 11:59 p.m. July 16 or until the race reaches capacity. Athletes and vol- unteers can register by visiting www.outlandchal- lenge.org. For more information please visit the Outland Challenge website or con- tact: Luke Jessen Race Director 507.828.0213 luke.jessen@outland- challenge.org https://www.facebook. com/TheOutlandChal- lenge Robert Rupp Construction, LLC Gravel and Dirt Hauling Basement and Excavating Ruthton, MN Bob and Cliff Phone 658-3632 or658-3336 Dr. Richard Brown Genera/Dentistry Clinic Hours: I Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Our family members and many friends attended the open house held in honor of Robert's graduation from high school at his home. His plans are to go on to college in the fall. He will continue working at his job this summer. Last Thursday Dorothy L. made the morning cof- fee at the Center and treat- ed the folks to pie again. Those folks enjoying ei- ther peach, apple, straw- berry or rhubarb pie were Kedo Erpelding, Janice Schulze, Linda Petersen, Marlene Kruse and Karen Vos, besides the regulars. We always enjoy our visi- tors, no matter where they are from. On June 15, Roger, Diane and I met Colleen, Quinn and Chloe Bents at the Blue Stem in Luverne for Holland News By Rosie McGinty supper. I hadn't been there in a long time, but what a nice place to eat now and the atmosphere and food was great. I would gladly recommend giving it a try--you won't be sorry. This past Wednesday I saw Dr. Geraets again. Af- ter taking pictures of my eye and testing it he said there is no swelling at all in the eye and that the vi- sion is about the same. So he gave me another shot in the eye and I will see him again in September unless I have problems. Spending a few days with her grandparents Bud and Lorna Beyers is Becky Evers of Shakopee. Diane Harding of Sioux Falls, S.D. spent most of the weekend at the home of her mother Dorothy LaBrune. They were on the go as they visited with Kathy at Tyler and also took in Saddle Horse Days at Lake Benton. When the storm passed through town last night the wind must have been very strong. My potted to- mato plants on the deck suffered and were in dis- tress this morning, so I had to tie them to stakes. Some residents had huge branches or trees down. The evergreens at the west and north protect my property from the wind. The best part of my day is my morning jog. However, I started having knee pain, so I spoke with an orthopedic physician. Together, we discussed treatment options that were right for me. I am now on the road to recovery and better jogs. :~ ...... Talk to an Avera orthopedic physician if you have joint pain while: Walking or jogging Medical Group Climbing stairs Marshall Kneeling 300 S. Bruce St. ~=' Squatting Marshall, MN 56258 I I Schedule an appointment today at 507-537-9007 or visit Avera.org/marshall-jointpain to find an orthopedic physician near you.