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The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, October 2, 2003 - Pipestone County Shooters... Thirteen Pipestone County 4-Hers participated in the State Shoot- ing Sports Events at Rochester. Pictured above are, back row, Ryan Livermont, Reed Heard, Jus- tin Brobjorg, Nick Schulze, Casey Schulze, Austin Kruisselbrink, Casey Fritz. Middle Standing, Christopher Schulze, Casey Petersen, Garrett Petersen, Brandon Swartz, Grady Eikmeier. Kneeling Devin Schulze, Casey Fritz. Lake Benton News I i Lake Benton School Activities... Thursday, Oct. 2: Volleyball, Ellsworth, there. Friday, Oct. 3: Football, Southwest United, there. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3 & 4: Volleyball "A" Sulyway Tour- ney at Marshall. Saturday, Oct. 4: Athena Craft Fair.; 1:30 p.m., Gun Safety Training. Monday, Oct. 6: 7th and 8th grade Football, Lakeview, there; JV Football, Edgerton, there; Jr. Hi Volleyball, Ellsworth, there. Tuesday, Oct. 7:7:30 p.m., Adult Shop Class; 7th and 8th grade Football, HBCE, here; Jr. Hi Volleyball, Holy Redeemer, here. i i Lake Benton School Lunch Menu Lake Benton Senior Dining Week of Oct. 6-10 Western Community 4-H Shooters Compete At State MONDAY: Chicken nuggets or enchilada, mashed potatoes, dinner Action Lake 13 Pipestone County 4-Hers Intermechate trap piace m as roll, applesauce,jello, milk. , competed at the State Shoot in a team. Individually - Ryan TUESDAY: Ham and cheese Benton Senior Rochester, MN on Sept. 5, 6, and Livermont, 1 lth, Cody Fritz, 36th, croissant or Sloppy Joe/bun, car- 7. These 4-Hers competed in 5 dif- ferent disciplines. Archery - Sr. Class B - Devin Schulze, 17th place individually. Archery - Jr. Class B team placed 4th. Individually - Christo- pher Schuize, 6th, Brandon Swartz, 10th and Casey Fritz, 17th. Air Pistol - Intermediate class - Casey Petersen, 8th place individu- ally. Air Pistol - Jr. Class - Casey Fritz, 17th place individually. .22 Rifle - Sr. team placed 4th. Individually - Nicholas Schulze, 1st, Devin Schulze, 13th, Cody Fritz, i 7th as an intermediate and Grady Eikmeier. Sr. Trap placed 7th as a team. Individually - Austin Kruisselbrink, 14th, Nicholas Schulze, 18th, Devin Schulze, 24th and Casey Schulze 42nd. Reed Heard, 78th, Justin Broberg, 91st and Grady Eikrneier, 93rd. To compete in the Junior level you must have completed 4th, 5th or 6th grade, the Intermediate level is grades 7, 8 and 9 and the senior level is 10, 11 and 12th grades. Younger members may be "pulled up" to older teams and still com- pete in their levels indivdually. There were approximately 290 trap shooters. Around 44 counties were represented and about 1600 total 4-H members participating. These 4-Hers would like to thank their parents, coaches and Pipestone County for allowing them to represent their county at the State Level. They would like to also encourage other 4-Hers to become involved in shooting sports. If you or someone you know would be interested in 4-H and/or shooting sports, please contact your local County Extension Office. RTR Community Ed Update RTR - 4-Hour Defensive Driving Course will be held Thursday, Nov. 6, 5:30-9:30 p.m. in the Ag Room at RTR High School. Call 247-5913 to register. Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m. - Instruc- tion and Production Night. Learn to use computers and other equipment at the RTR High School Library, Tyler. Instructor is Be Duncan. Thursday, 7-9 p.m. - Tyler Open Computer at the RTR High School Library, Tyler. See the ad in this week's Tyler Tribute for more details. rot sticks/dip, juice, chocolate chip cookie, milk. WEDNESDAY: Cheesebread dunkers or egg salad sandwich, corn, Mandarin oranges, cherry shape-up, milk. THURSDAY: Chicken noodle soup or Mr. Rib/bun, scalloped potatoes, grapes, pumpkin bar, milk. FRIDAY: Polish sausage/bun or hamburger potato hotdish, candied carrots, pineapple, apple crisp, milk. Thinking AbOt" Hearing Aids? .... DON'T BUy until you read this Free Report revealing secrets many dispensers do not want you to know. Be a smart buyer and save hundreds of,.dollars.L Call T011 Free 1-800.495.4187 (24 Hr. Recorded Message) There is NO Obligation Lake Benton School Breakfast Menu Week of Oct. 6-10 MONDAY: Chocolate muffin, sausage patty, fruit, milk. TUESDAY: Pop tart, chez stick, fruit, milk. WEDNESDAY: Cinnamon roll, .... , fruit, milk. es Dining Menu Week of Oct. 6-10 MONDAY: Pork chop, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, choice of dessert. TUESDAY: Polynesian meat- balls over rice, tropical tossed salad, seasoned carrots, fruit crisp. WEDNESDAY: Chicken, mashed potatoes, peas, bread pud- ding. THURSDAY: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, lettuce, broccoli, garlic toast, brownie. FRIDAY: Baked fish w/lemon, hash brown bake, stewed tomatoes, ice cream. THURSDAY: Scrambled eggs, toast, fruit, milk. FRIDAY: Cinnamon raisin bis- cuit, fruit, milk. PUBLIC CPR CLASS Tyler Healthcare Center will be hosting a CPR CERTIFICATION and REFRESHER COURSE Tuesday, October 14 lower level conference room at the hospital 7:00 p.m. - Class will be approximately 3 hours Cost: $20 Businesses or individuals who are interested in having this certifica- tion, please call Tyler Healthcare Center at 247-5521, ask for Usa King or Kathy Guida. Tyler Healthcare center Avera Health m 9/9s Our fleas.re % 7ffae ou 7:ee[t 74ome r o x.aJ00ewem ,3"enior 7-[ousinq afMon, 7vfinneso[a The Lakeview I t ior Housin8 will provide catered livin 8 {or those clesirin 8 to maintain an independent hfesty le while havin8 access to services when needed. Studio, 1 and 2 Beclroorn Apartments are available with services included are: Noon Meal' Security System 94 hour Reponse " Gar]:te Removal Housekeeping, " Utility and Cable Activity/Social Prosram "VVe are acceptin 8 deposits to reserve apartments. Come {or a personal tour, call John or Marj 507-74-311 College Notes Zimmerli Participates In Through Hamline Universil Melissa Sue Zimmerli, daugh- ter of Jeanne DeRuyter of Ruthton, will be interning this semester as an international adoption intern at Children's Home Society and Fam- ily Services in St. Paul. Zimmerli is majoring in Psychol- ogy at Hamline University and is a graduate of RTR High School. Hamline University serves more than 3,300 degree-seeking students in its undergraduate college, law school, and graduate schools and programs. Ranked first in quality and value among prehensive universities News and Worm Report Hamline is a diverse learners, with students at ter, which transforms lives, Founded by Methodist nearly 150 years ago, the first university in the sota territory. Looking 150th anniversary 2004, ttamline continues tion of innovation and in teaching and learning. Think You're Not at Risk? ThmkAgaln. One of every two women wilt experience an osteoporosis- related fracture. One in ight women will develop breast cancer. And although some factors can increase susceptibilitt, all women are at risk. The Mobile Screening van will be at the Tyler Healthcare Center in Tyler on October 7 and 21 November 4 and 18 Please call (712) 834-2390 to make an appointment for osteoporosis screen- ing or mammography. The van is wheelchair accessible. Fortunately, osteoporosis is pre- ventable and treatable, and early- stage diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer greatly increases survival. 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