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ies Golf Champion Crowtl0000d expected Sonja Lund once las won the ladies local golf last Tuesday. There , a low turnout of golfers at the tournament. Only 19 ladies in this year's tournament. Ye of the ladies saw fit to golf ere on this particular day. were only three golfers championship flight so the ',titian for the champion :too many golfers. Mary ler made things interesting holes as Mary shot a 44 front nine. Sonja came in 46. Steph Ekema shot a 53 )ut. The back nine was real ) Sonja. She hit some great finis h with a 40 on the back total of 86. Mary fnished with a 48 on the back and total of 92. Steph finished a. total of 108. This was the or 15th championship for tin the ladies tournament. No a true count. other 16 golfers played a scramble for 18 holes. rst place winners in this for- ere the hot-shot team of and Betty Pearson. a fine round of 84. The place finishers were the f Caroline Heidebrink and Schnell with a round of 87 lm of Jean Carr and Larraine OUse shot a 92 for third While Una Runs and Jane 96 for fourth place the golfers deserve congratu- on this day. First of all, you ted your local tournament 'Ondly the weather condi- re not the greatest. It would en very easy to find a nice ice to relax. qf at the local course has ely good this year. Green ve been up. Memberships up. I was reading an ar- a newspaper a couple of o about the status of golf In the country. According ,article golf participation is tn most-areas. The number :Ourses being built is down, l!s sold is down, and golf Is down. One of the rea- Kope's Short Shots II by JIM KOPEL Winners of the Ladies Local Golf Tournament are, left to right, Betty Pearson, Joyce Meyer, and Sonja Lund. sons for the decline is the so called slump of Tiger Woods. It is hard to believe that one person can make that big an impact. It might be true. Many people will not watch golf on TV unless the Tiger is playing and also in contention. 1 guess Ti- ger not playing well made little dif- ference on the impact of play at our course. Services & Events Tyler Healthcare Center As I mentioned last week this is my last article of the year. I wish to thank anyone that gave me in- formation throughout the year. Also there is still plenty of good weather left to play many rounds of golf. Conditions will be excellent at least until the leaves start falling. We had five hole-in-ones this past year. There is plenty of time to get yours. If by chance you get an ace or have a great shot, give me a call. It is nice to get recognition in this game when most of our shots AREN'T really that good. Until next year, do the best with what you got. A couple of highlights from this past men's night. Don Stanek shot his best round for an 18-hole round with a great score of 79, Ran Ries shot his best 18 score on the new course with a great score of 69, A 38 on the front nine and a great score of 31 on the back nine pro- duced the score. Our records indi- cate that this is the best round on the new score ever. Congrats to Ran on his great round and also to Mr. Stanek on shooting his best round of his career. AA Meets Weekly At Tyler TYLER - Lincoln County AA will continue meeting at 7 p.m. at the Tyler Senior Citizen's Center on Bradley St. on Thursday evenings. For further information call 507-247-5350. L EN HE F Monlhly Services #82 |EN UTECHT / S )ecial EVellls TBALL The season kicks off ith ree non-conference games, Aug. 30 TULSA 6:00 p.m. Sept. 6 TROY STATE 7:00 p.m. Sept. 20 LA-LAFAYETTE 7:00 p.m. 4 TICKETS 4 COKES 4 HOT DO00S For ticket Information please call: (612) 624-8080 i or outs!de the metro area t, ___ , 1-800-U-GOPHER  gopherspods.com -"ul JJlSIII tlllJ lnlql pnl lIND . 1-11m-6e&iNM co.,-.,m,.©,, The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, August 28, 2003 - Page 7 Mn/DOT Plans Area Seal Coat Projects," Delays Expected According to Dave Rylee, Project Engineer at the Minnesota Department of Transportation Of- fice in Hutchinson, plans call for construction crews to seal coat the following highways in District 8 beginning Tuesday, (August 26): Highway 24. northeast of Litchfielct, ( 15 miles); Highway 19, east of lvanhoe, (10 miles); High- way 75, north of Pipestone (5 miles). Motorists will encounter delays. A pilot car and flag personnel will route traffic through the work zone. Motorists are advised to slow loose gravel and truck traffic in those areas. Weather permitting, Mn/DOT anticipates that the project will be completed on Friday (August 29). The prime contractor for the $244,706 project is Astech Corpo- ration of St. Joseph, MN. Lake Benton down, stay alert, and to watch for Senior Dining i Lake Benton The Lake Benton '. d will once again be offering a Learning Senior Dining Readiness PreSchool program for the 2003-2004 school year. Menu Week of Sept. I-5 MONDAY: Closed, Labor Day TUESDAY: Pork chops, cheesy hash brown bake, mixed vegetable casserole, ice cream. WEDNESDAY: Bingo. Alpine chicken casserole, green beans, coleslaw, cookie, fruit. THURSDAY: Cards. BBQ ribs, baked potato, beans augratin, choice of dessert. FRIDAY: Lasagna, lettuce w/ dressing, garlic bread, pudding. It will be for all four-year-olds who will be four by September 1, 2003, and those five-year-olds who have chosen not to start Kindergarten this year. PreSchool is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You may choose to send your child for the whole day, or if you prefer, you may send your child for a half day. The charge for this is $35.00 per month for the whole day; and $25.00 per month for the half-day. By Board action, this fee must be paid in advance each month. First day of PreSchool will be Thursday, September 4, 2003. Please call the school at 507-368-4235 to enroll your child by August 29, 2003 or if you have any questions about his program. 240 Willow Ave. • Tyler, MN 56178 • 507-247-5521 • FAX: 507-247-5972 www.tylerhealthcare.org TYLER MEDICAL CLINIC PriMARY CARE PHYSCLmS Ranilo Asuaciork MD Richard Klingler, MD LuAnn Weber, PA-C For Appointments Call." 507-247-5921 SATELIATE CLINIC • LAKE BENTON CLINIC 109 E. Benton Lake Benton, MN 56149 507-368-4323 VISITING SPECIALIST PODIATRY Travis Venner, D.EM. September 9 ONCOLOGY Davkl FJbon, M.D. September 23 VISITING SPECIALISTS ORTHOPEDICS € SPORTS Bradley Plaga, M.D. September 3 Jeffrey Kalo, D.O. September 24 UROLOGY Marcus Pinto, M.D. September 24 CARDIOLOGY PROVIDED BY NORTH CENTRAL HEART Thomas Isaacson, M.D. September 16 OB/GYN PROVIDED BY MATERNAL-FErAL MEDICINFJAvERA MCKENNAN HOSPITAL Jane Gaetze, M.D, FACOG September 25 SURGERY K. Theodore Devaraj, M.D. September 4, 11, 18, 25 Brad Thaemert, M.D. September 9, 23 • CARDIAC REHAB Mon. Wed., Fri. • MASSAGE THERAPY Mondays, Fridays • PHYSICAL THERAPY Monday - Friday • OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Monday - Friday • REGISTERED DIETICIAN Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 • CHEMOTHERAPY SERVICES Tuesdays • MOBILE CT SCAN • MRI Fridays - Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26 • ULTRASOUND • RAM Sept. 2, 23 Mondays and Thursdays • NAILCARE AND BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING CLINICS Sept. 8 Danebod Village Community Room 10:00-11:30 Sept. 15 Judi's Beauty Shop, Russell 9:30-11:30 Sept. 16 Balaton Apartments 9:30-11:30 Sept. 17 Lake Benton Mealsite 8:30- 10:30 Sept. 17 Ruthton Mealsite 11:00- 12:30 Sept. 19 Tyler Home Care Offices 11:00 - 12:00 No appointments necessary. Call 247-5974 for information • Grief Support Group • There will be a Grief Support Group on Tuesday, September 2, 2003 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in the lower level board room. There is no cost to attend. Coffee and cookies will be provided. For more information or to sign up, please call Colleen Petersen at 507-247-2277 or 507-247-2275. • Caregivers Support Group Noon Luncheon • There will be a Caregivers Support Group Noon Luncheon on Tuesday, September 16, 2003. There is no cost to attend either the noon luncheon or the support group. This group is open to all individuals who are providing care for a loved one. The Support Group will be held at Tyler Health€are Center lower level conference room. For more info. or to sign up, please call Colleen Petersen at 507-247-2277 or 507247-2275. • Cancer Support Group • This group meets the second Monday of each month, September 8 at 7:00 p.m. at Danebod Folk School. Call Rita Doyscher at 507-247-5521 for more information. Tyl00 Healthcare enter Avera Health W Caring for Our Communities 240 Willow Ave. , Tyler, MN 56178 • 507-247-5521 • FAX: 507-247-5972