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TRAM biking event returns to Ortonville The Ride Across Minnesota, better Ortonville gained a solid reputa- need to have scores of people volun- known as TRAM, will once again tion as a host town that knew how to teering. Call The Chamber office begin it's trek across the state in the put out the red carpet for bikers and (839-3284) to sign up to serve on one place it originated in 1990. Ortonville the hundreds of support staff that of the following committees. will host thousand of bikers on comes to town for this weekend. Entertainment, Food and Beverage, Sunday, July 25th, for the Minnesota Local volunteers remember well how Bikes, Shuttles, Baggage, Decorating, Multiple Sclerosis Society's big nice it has been to hear guests Hospitality, Housing, Sanitation, fundraiser. The bikers will head out of expressing gratitude for the treatment Publicity, Inviter Newspaper, town on Monday morning, July 26th. they received here. Experienced rid- Campgrounds, Take Down, Golf Local co-chairs for the event this ere from previous years frequently Carts, Radios. year are Don Donais and Tom mentioned that they had the best time The next TRAM committee meet- Gronseth. Committee chairs have in Ortonville. ing is Wednesday, March 3rd, at 4:30 been appointed for the 16 areas of The TRAM Committee wants to p.m., at the Chamber office. concern, and these chair persons are be sure that we live up to the repute- Interested persons are welcome to currently looking for volunteers for tion we have established for hospital- attend. each of their committees, ity. In order to do that, we once again INDEPENDENT Lawn chair drill Heating Test Set team to reorganize Fr Senior Citizens With a motto that says "we take limited to TRAM, Inkpa Days Parade Free electronic hearing tests our leisure seriously" and an attitude and the Corn Feet Parade. will be given by the Beltone of "you can only be young once, but The criteria for membership is Hearing Aid service at the time you can always be immature," there is very strict. Each person must be fun- and location listed below. A pro- no group that has so much fun as the loving, not at all bashful, know your fessionally trained Hearing Aid Citizens for Big Stone Lake Lawn left from your fight, and be able to Specialist will be performing the Chair Drill Team. count to eight, tests. Anyone who has trouble After a couple of years of not per- The group is also looking for more hearing is welcome to have a forming, it's time once again to warm lawn chairs. If you have one that FREE test to determine if the loss up those bright yellow lawn chairs needs re-webbing, consider donating is one which may be helped. and practice counting to eight. TRAM it to the Drill Team. Everyone should have a hear- is coming back to Ortonville and it To sign up, or donate a lawn chair, ing test at least once a year, even just wouldn't be TRAM to some of call Becky Parker at 839-3030, or people who have been told noth- our guests without an appearance by Judy Drewicke at 839-3824. hag could be done for them. the Drill Team. Performances will be Only a hearing test can deter- """m"mmlIl"i"""""mml"m"Im"m"I""mm"""ml"m"ila"aij""Hll""lim"i"l"""l"I"jj"m" mine if you are one of the many j[ .OIAN BOYS IN ACTION. At left, Ryan Lonehenry sets up for the shot as the Trojans faced off against m ,m, ',w  a hearing aid can help. The bene- , on last Tuesday. Middle photo, Skip Letruff looks to pass as the Trojans went on to face MACCRAY "1" !1 R R  fits of hearing aids vary by type | T'uaY in the first round of Sub-Sections. At right, Trojan Noah Zenringer lOOKS tO pass. i= , j   and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hear- I  ing evaluation and proper fit. R A f u n d s ava i I a b I e so FT W.&TIgR BelFteoan hreedIWillg aibedh-ellallA7 t ath:rt: sl( d;  le ton0s ag 2 oStts and rental rehabilitation t! y  ! MhaeAi;P:2aC u! em Si!cei f2;for t ep. sntnaMmf:Y:!i " " ........... .... ,. : ] ,,y  tay2 ? igri;t itsit d nb; Ull Drinking Water Systems till L. .,y ieii...,._._  . iii IIII ,Iron Remova, Systems ]111 "SNOGoOENs" IIII .Salt Delivery IIII Beltone Hearing Aid s..o. I ! " ' J " " " IIII IIII SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER I 5 Y E A R W A R R A N T Y o,o.,.. MN it .... m} IIII w e s e I1' II (800) 669"3171 li mO iB if the units to receive assis HRA is March 15, 1999; must be strictly adhered to in order to " - IN HOME II Appleton, z00-x999 !1 lex tt would be $14,000 2. Deadline to have your pre-appli- get the application to MHFA and the _a total of $28,000. cation back to the Big Stone County project completed during the Grant tIlL'quuuuuuu' h99etorEktrocom. v f R s 0 Y E X  AVAILABLE "ter must have the 25% HRAisApril 15, 1999; period. rural wells0000e U "el[00dents to "tl[iiYentvierYoSteh;kscience lSC'hmggcrdinteds 'nanNt;tsgc:erm;ml Reed Q TQX Brealt=- eonduc " s f r by the Big Stone Water Plan and ' harmful to your health in concentra- o well?rig tchokO P . g .. . .  rural " art of a oal to have every rural well t=ons above l0 parts per million, espe- ]breC'Wnships durimz the week in Big Stone County tested. The cially to infants and small children. ,,,"z-26.  nitrate testing devises that the stu- Countryside Public Health recom- CenBank offers IRA plans designed to give you YEAR WARRANTY on all parts and service of units we sell! :- tttdents. will be collecting dents will use have been purchased mends that drinking water from wells ' gh ater from participating for the high school through a Natural be tested yearly for contaminants like a bri ter future. If Dr testing and asking res- Resource Block Grant. fecal coliform and nitrate s. . . !t their wells. Residents on .......... wnhit)s will be contacted riot !( testing. All that is ( Competitive rates ,,esting is a small amount ii,']llth .', ater that has not passed testing ner. The  Variable and fixed rate $O's ' products- flexible terms NEEDED duction of , Tax-deferred :o.edo, Dr. Gregory J. Peterson - , Free accidental death Poodle-Type Skrts, 2 ..'Z" r"' d. s,,  Specializing insurance up to $10,000 X =zest. Bow rP.s or rs, ,s.,o in Back, Neck and  No annual fees =:. , Extremity Cared r _ .,.4-5 the Entire Family.  Add $$$ to your IRA u r bumper (ver), 6-7 old ca'ties.  tTm Phone 320-839-2323 at any time "H 15, 1999 i;.."._ HiOh sce for o] .9-,, .r iL .'vltle Beardsley .'J'l f. Bridget Lyons OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8:30-5:00; AND...your hard earned dollars are safe, sound Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by appointment 215 SE 2nd Street* Ortonville, iN 56278 and fully insured by the FDIC up to $100,000 for Office (320) 839-2323 Home (320) 839-6246 each depositor. SEE US TODAY... GLA SS Deb will tell you more about why an IRA with CenBank TORY remains your best retirement investment. I" PLUS rlarehouse carries bou'000 windshields, "Because We Care[" ,: th forei .gn and \\; donlestlc. CenBank idshield repmr I i;} ans can do thework UNDA AND STIWE are read), to handle ),our automotive , s COnvenient for you I1 c" "i glass needs. -P_ROG R E$S I V E a P.O. Box306 * ll3NWlstStreet Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 * Fax 320-839-6127 COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Member www.cenbank.com FDIC Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St.. Ortonville, MN 56278 * (320) 839-2255 2, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 7 TRAM biking event returns to Ortonville The Ride Across Minnesota, better Ortonville gained a solid reputa- need to have scores of people volun- known as TRAM, will once again tion as a host town that knew how to teering. Call The Chamber office begin it's trek across the state in the put out the red carpet for bikers and (839-3284) to sign up to serve on one place it originated in 1990. Ortonville the hundreds of support staff that of the following committees. will host thousand of bikers on comes to town for this weekend. Entertainment, Food and Beverage, Sunday, July 25th, for the Minnesota Local volunteers remember well how Bikes, Shuttles, Baggage, Decorating, Multiple Sclerosis Society's big nice it has been to hear guests Hospitality, Housing, Sanitation, fundraiser. The bikers will head out of expressing gratitude for the treatment Publicity, Inviter Newspaper, town on Monday morning, July 26th. they received here. Experienced rid- Campgrounds, Take Down, Golf Local co-chairs for the event this ere from previous years frequently Carts, Radios. year are Don Donais and Tom mentioned that they had the best time The next TRAM committee meet- Gronseth. Committee chairs have in Ortonville. ing is Wednesday, March 3rd, at 4:30 been appointed for the 16 areas of The TRAM Committee wants to p.m., at the Chamber office. concern, and these chair persons are be sure that we live up to the repute- Interested persons are welcome to currently looking for volunteers for tion we have established for hospital- attend. each of their committees, ity. In order to do that, we once again INDEPENDENT Lawn chair drill Heating Test Set team to reorganize Fr Senior Citizens With a motto that says "we take limited to TRAM, Inkpa Days Parade Free electronic hearing tests our leisure seriously" and an attitude and the Corn Feet Parade. will be given by the Beltone of "you can only be young once, but The criteria for membership is Hearing Aid service at the time you can always be immature," there is very strict. Each person must be fun- and location listed below. A pro- no group that has so much fun as the loving, not at all bashful, know your fessionally trained Hearing Aid Citizens for Big Stone Lake Lawn left from your fight, and be able to Specialist will be performing the Chair Drill Team. count to eight, tests. Anyone who has trouble After a couple of years of not per- The group is also looking for more hearing is welcome to have a forming, it's time once again to warm lawn chairs. If you have one that FREE test to determine if the loss up those bright yellow lawn chairs needs re-webbing, consider donating is one which may be helped. and practice counting to eight. TRAM it to the Drill Team. Everyone should have a hear- is coming back to Ortonville and it To sign up, or donate a lawn chair, ing test at least once a year, even just wouldn't be TRAM to some of call Becky Parker at 839-3030, or people who have been told noth- our guests without an appearance by Judy Drewicke at 839-3824. hag could be done for them. the Drill Team. Performances will be Only a hearing test can deter- """m"mmlIl"i"""""mml"m"Im"m"I""mm"""ml"m"ila"aij""Hll""lim"i"l"""l"I"jj"m" mine if you are one of the many j[ .OIAN BOYS IN ACTION. At left, Ryan Lonehenry sets up for the shot as the Trojans faced off against m ,m, ',w  a hearing aid can help. The bene- , on last Tuesday. Middle photo, Skip Letruff looks to pass as the Trojans went on to face MACCRAY "1" !1 R R  fits of hearing aids vary by type | T'uaY in the first round of Sub-Sections. At right, Trojan Noah Zenringer lOOKS tO pass. i= , j   and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hear- I  ing evaluation and proper fit. R A f u n d s ava i I a b I e so FT W.&TIgR BelFteoan hreedIWillg aibedh-ellallA7 t ath:rt: sl( d;  le ton0s ag 2 oStts and rental rehabilitation t! y  ! MhaeAi;P:2aC u! em Si!cei f2;for t ep. sntnaMmf:Y:!i " " ........... .... ,. : ] ,,y  tay2 ? igri;t itsit d nb; Ull Drinking Water Systems till L. .,y ieii...,._._  . iii IIII ,Iron Remova, Systems ]111 "SNOGoOENs" IIII .Salt Delivery IIII Beltone Hearing Aid s..o. I ! " ' J " " " IIII IIII SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER I 5 Y E A R W A R R A N T Y o,o.,.. MN it .... m} IIII w e s e I1' II (800) 669"3171 li mO iB if the units to receive assis HRA is March 15, 1999; must be strictly adhered to in order to " - IN HOME II Appleton, z00-x999 !1 lex tt would be $14,000 2. Deadline to have your pre-appli- get the application to MHFA and the _a total of $28,000. cation back to the Big Stone County project completed during the Grant tIlL'quuuuuuu' h99etorEktrocom. v f R s 0 Y E X  AVAILABLE "ter must have the 25% HRAisApril 15, 1999; period. rural wells0000e U "el[00dents to "tl[iiYentvierYoSteh;kscience lSC'hmggcrdinteds 'nanNt;tsgc:erm;ml Reed Q TQX Brealt=- eonduc " s f r by the Big Stone Water Plan and ' harmful to your health in concentra- o well?rig tchokO P . g .. . .  rural " art of a oal to have every rural well t=ons above l0 parts per million, espe- ]breC'Wnships durimz the week in Big Stone County tested. The cially to infants and small children. ,,,"z-26.  nitrate testing devises that the stu- Countryside Public Health recom- CenBank offers IRA plans designed to give you YEAR WARRANTY on all parts and service of units we sell! :- tttdents. will be collecting dents will use have been purchased mends that drinking water from wells ' gh ater from participating for the high school through a Natural be tested yearly for contaminants like a bri ter future. If Dr testing and asking res- Resource Block Grant. fecal coliform and nitrate s. . . !t their wells. Residents on .......... wnhit)s will be contacted riot !( testing. All that is ( Competitive rates ,,esting is a small amount ii,']llth .', ater that has not passed testing ner. The  Variable and fixed rate $O's ' products- flexible terms NEEDED duction of , Tax-deferred :o.edo, Dr. Gregory J. Peterson - , Free accidental death Poodle-Type Skrts, 2 ..'Z" r"' d. s,,  Specializing insurance up to $10,000 X =zest. Bow rP.s or rs, ,s.,o in Back, Neck and  No annual fees =:. , Extremity Cared r _ .,.4-5 the Entire Family.  Add $$$ to your IRA u r bumper (ver), 6-7 old ca'ties.  tTm Phone 320-839-2323 at any time "H 15, 1999 i;.."._ HiOh sce for o] .9-,, .r iL .'vltle Beardsley .'J'l f. Bridget Lyons OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8:30-5:00; AND...your hard earned dollars are safe, sound Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by appointment 215 SE 2nd Street* Ortonville, iN 56278 and fully insured by the FDIC up to $100,000 for Office (320) 839-2323 Home (320) 839-6246 each depositor. SEE US TODAY... GLA SS Deb will tell you more about why an IRA with CenBank TORY remains your best retirement investment. I" PLUS rlarehouse carries bou'000 windshields, "Because We Care[" ,: th forei .gn and \\; donlestlc. CenBank idshield repmr I i;} ans can do thework UNDA AND STIWE are read), to handle ),our automotive , s COnvenient for you I1 c" "i glass needs. -P_ROG R E$S I V E a P.O. Box306 * ll3NWlstStreet Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 * Fax 320-839-6127 COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Member www.cenbank.com FDIC Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St.. Ortonville, MN 56278 * (320) 839-2255 2, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 7