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February 5, 2002

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\\; SIXTH GRADE GIRLS traveled to Dawson to participate in an eight team tourney and cap- place. In the first round, they defeated Lakeview 28-8 and in the second round, came away win- Dawson 31-9 They advanced to the championship game against Watertown Shooting Stars and foug tt game were defeated 20-25 Scorin.g for the tourney was: Tiffany Giese with 28, Morgan 4, C titan Barr one, Emily LaVoi" six, Pale Hanson two, Amanda Brown four, and Colleen four. Team members are shown above. Their season record is now 11-4. Team members include, Christine Taffe, Elisabeth Meyer, Emily LaVoi and Amanda Brown. In back are Coach Paul Meyer, Tiffany Giese, Morgan Simonitch, Colleen McLaughlin, Caitlin Barr and Coach Tim Tourism (Continued from page 1) Chamber Executive Director Terry Kal.berg stated, "It&apos;s in a turnaround phase now, but there are a lot of new things to draw more people each year." Another topic was events held dur- ing the winter. Erickson asked why groups like snowmobile clubs and the like couldn't organize an activity for the winter months. Erickson presented videos from other communities who have used these resources to recruit businesses and tourists, asking if Ortonville had a similar tool. Thoug.h the city does have a video, those in attendance expressed their disappointment over the $10 charge imposed by the city's Economic Development Authority to view it. "Just send the bill to Dairy Queen," commented Tom Tobin, owner of Dairy Queen in Ortonville. "We should be sending out hundreds of these things free of charge to get some more businesses here." The group made the decision to begin their efforts by focusing on hos- pitality in the area, including a possi- ble training session for businesspeople and their employees regarding Big Stone Lake Area's highlights. Also, the decision was made to have a hand- ful of those present approach Blandin about the possibility of funding assis- tance. Save this paper .for recycling REGATTA RACE WINNERS are shown, left to right, Charlie Taffe (first lace), Tate Messmer (second place) and William Kortkamp in third. he races were held last weel( by the Ortonville Cub Scouts at the Ortonville Armory. Lead based paint abatement training begins Big Stone County's HRA has received information regarding Lead Based Paint Abatement Training being offered for Workers and Supervisors. This training is being held Feb. 14 - 15 for the Workers, and Feb. 25-28, 2002 for the Supervisors, in Marshall. There is a registration fee and application to fill out, prior to attending. If you are interested in attending one of these classes or would like more information, contact the Big Stone County HRA at (320)-839- 2123 Chase accepted to Jamestown College Jessica Chase of Ortonville, has been accepted into Jamestown College's 2002-2003 freshman class. Chase, the daughter of Mark and Pare Chase, is a 2002 graduate of Ortonville High School. She plans to major in business management at the College. While in high school, Chase has been active in basketball, track and field, pep band, and choir. 's entertainment 1 Say "I love you" with a Singing Valentine, --.. and leave your ""- sweetheart .. speechless. TUES., FEB. 5, 2002 BBQ Ribs Nothing tells someone you care like a Singing Valentine from Ortonville and Milbank's own Milltones. For ordy$20, a barbershop quartet will serenade your sweetheart a home, at work, t" . or anywhere else you choose in this area. Your noughtfulness will be remembered, too. Your special package of gifts will say "I love you" long after the song has ended. AqEIVE A VALENTINE'S SERF.NAVE, A RED ROSE ] [ WED., FEB. 6. 2002 1 D A PERSONALIZED VALENTINE'S CARD... ] Grande I MILLER ! 6 OZ. i ALL FOR ONLY $20.00t . I Canadian I LifE , . , t ueuvery or= , 14, Volen'= Day,  9AM to 9 PM ] $ lZS s 1 = ,$1295 = TO ORDER CALL (320) 839-2085 or (605) 432-4798 ! [ MIILLTONES HHORMS .......... Our quartets stay in touch thanks to Cellular 2000[ BIG STONE 1 THURS., FEB. 7, 2002 I Don't Miss It/' 18 games 1 S. HWY. S Various ul So PRCS C,O Steak Cubes Ist Dinner Reg. Pace 2nd Dinner for $ 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon llAPPy HOURS Wtlnesdlays 5 PM Free Hors d'oeuvres 4th Annual DART TOURNEY Saturday, Feb. 9, 2002 3:00 PM DRAW DOUBLES $5.00/PERSON 150% payback Top 4 Places - Cash IrfARTING FDAY, FEB. 8 (PG13) "Kate & Leopold" STARTING FRIDAY, FEB. 8 (PG13) - ONE WEEK ONLY - "Orange County" I'ARTING FRIDAY, FEB. 8 tPG13) - ONE. W'EE ONLY - "ROLLERBALI:" FIESTA ROOM 5, 2002 "< .o_,,,. INDEPENDENT Page 15 !