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t : " i i: iiiii i!iii::i:. !  www.streetgraphex.com Milbank, SD ORTONVILLE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM held their annual Awards Banquet on Tuesday, March 23 at the Ortonville School. Shown above are this year's award winners. From left to right are Michael Winther (Captain's Award), Tom Rausch (Hustle Award),.Keven'Berdan (Most Coachable), Jesse Roscoe (Team MVP, Captain's Award, Best Defensive Player, Leader in Rebounds, Shot Blocker, Steals and Assists), Dan Berdan (Most Improved and Top Field Goal Shooter)', and Shane Lindahl (Captain's Award and Top Free Throw Shooter). Wellness Solutions Chance Haugen, D.C. What's the Right Way to Eat? One of the biggest things that will effect how your day goes is how you eat. What you eat and when you eat can make your day great or make it miserable. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your meals. Make sure to eat protein in the morning. Protein gives your body the most energy for the longest period o time. Protein can give your body up to six hours of energy. Fat gives "your body four hours and carbohydrates gives your body two hours. So if you eat protein in the morning you are less likely to have that crash about half way through the morning where you feel like you've hit a wall and run out of energy. We've been almost forced to consume carbohydrates in the morning with grains and cereals. This is a reason a lot of kids have trouble concentrating in school. They are not eating right. Protein shakes, eggs, and meats are just some examples that can help you start your day better. Chew longer. Chewing longer gives your body enough time to tell you you're full. If you eat too fast you aren't giving your body the time it needs to tell you to stop. This leads to weight gain. Eat less, but more often. Eating smaller meals more often throughout the day helps your body function optimally. It stabilizes your blood sunni" and gives your body a steady release of energy. It also boosts your metabolism, helping you lose weight. Order half when you go out to eat. When we go to a restaurant and eat, the portions are usually way more than we need. You can help yourself by having the staff put half of your order in a to go box before the meal. Another thing you can do is split an order with your significant other or a friend. Listen to your stomach. If your stomach is grumbling after a meal or you just generally don't feel very well, it probably means you weren't supposed to eat what you just ate. If you pay careful attention it probably happens every time you eat that certain food. That's your body telling you to stop, Dairy is a culprit for many people. It is ok in small amounts, but our bodies lack the enzymes to digest it properly. Avoid grains and sugars. We consume way too many grains and sugars in this country. According to the food pyramid, we have been told for re'any years that we should consume mostly grains. We are now finding out that the old food pyramid is wrong. Grains are contributing to many diseases in our country now, such as diabetes and intestinal disorders. If you are trying to maintain your weight or lose weight you will drop the pounds much faster if you cut sugar out of your diet. Eat raw foods and avoid processed and genetically modified foods. Raw foods are superior in quality and nutrition. Processed foods are full of empty calories, meaning you're not getting anything out of your food except calories. Eat to fulfill your body's nutrient needs. These are just a few tips that will help you get the most out of your day and help you lead a healthier lifestyle. I ( I neCk out our web I 1 I site at www.ortonvilleindependent.eom ) Gol.f 2010 Fee Schedule ORTONVILLE. MINNESOTA 1 I MEMBERSHIPS Regular Adult Memberships ................................................................ $460.00 Discount * ....................................... . ........ ... ............... ....... .... . ............... $420.00 New Member Discount ** .............. . .................................................... $375.00 Family Memberships (Age 18 & under) ........................................... $940.00 Discount * ... ........................................ . ................. :. ................................ $850.00 * Discount is offered if purchased by April 15,, ** Discount is offered to have not had a membership wit Age 23-30 ....................... Age 19-22 ............. After Aug. 15th ........... GREEN FEES 0ndudes sale tax) 9 HOLES Monday-Thursday ................. '. .................................... $16.00 Friday-Sunday/Holidays ..................................... S18.00 18HOLES Monday-Thursday ..................................................... $29.00 Friday-Sunday/Holidays ...................................... S31.00 TWILIGHT GOLF (5:00 PM) August Ist-Year End ............................................... $16.00 ALL-DAY PASS Monday-Thursday .................... , ......................... :......S48.00 Monday-Thursday 0neludes cart rental) ........... $70.00 7-Day Pass (unlimited) ........................................ $150.00 Mornings ................... Free Cart Rentals (except legal holidays, tournaments and week of July 4th) Tee off before 11:00 AM (with paid green fees) 0 to Adult Memberships ONL Y! is for adults who the Ortonville Golf Course.) [PS Age 13-18 ............................. $110.00 Age 12 & Younger .............. $60.00 S After Sept. 15th ................ $80.00 PRIVATE CART SHEDS User Fee (to use cart on the course) ............ $300.00 Electricity (if needed) ................................................. $50.00 Rental Fee for Private Shed ............................. $50.00 CITY CART RENTALS Annual Cart Rental (for cart) ............................... S525.00 Payor must be golf member. Annual Cart Rental (per person) ..................... $375.00 Driver only. 9 Holes (per person) ....................................................... $10.00 18 Holes (per person) .................................................... $15.00 All Day Cart Rental (Monday-Thursday) (per person) ................... S22.00 Private Carts (per day} ............................................... $16.00 9-HOLE PUNCH CARDS 10 Punches (maximum I card per year) ........... $135.00 5 Punches (maximum 2 cards per year) .............. $70.00 Not.available for league piny. Cost of card can be used to apply to membership. PURCHASE MEMBERSHli: fiT." Ortonville City Office oR Ortonville Clubhouse 217 3rd St. NW, Suite 101 Ortonville, MN 56278 Golf Course Road Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-3428 320-839-3606 2009-10 All-Conference Girls Basketball team announced One Ortonville Trojan girl basketball player was named to the Pheasant Conference All-Conference team and two were named Honorable Mention following the conclusion of the regular season. Selected to the All-Conference team was freshman Morgan Messmer. Selected as Honorable Mention were juniors Samantha Peterson and Amber Scherer. Rounding out the All-Conference team were: Callie Thielen and Tracie Boehmlehner-Wheaton/Herman- Norcross; Molly Taffe and Kyrsten Karsky2 CGB; Bree Holleman, Illissa Koehl and Kendra Schmidgall-Hancock. Honorable Mention: Marissa Dahl and Kaitlin Karsky-CGB; Kaylee Voorhees, Lauren Nelson and Lindsie Cunningham-Hancock; Roseanna Wilts, Cassie Fox and Lisa Poole-Wheaton. Bree Holleman of Hancock was named the Conference MVP and Jodi Holleman of Hancock was named Coach of the Year. The 2009-10 final conference records were: Team ................................. W L 1. Hancock 6 0 2. WHN 4 2 3. C-G-B l 5 5. Ortonville 1 5 I 'Bowling Monday Nite - 3/22/2010 Won Lost Precision Glass ........ : ................ 16 8 Pepsi ........................................... 15 9 Ortonville Indepedent .............. 15 9 Mt Dew ...................................... 13 H Larry's ...................................... 13 11 Otrey Lake ................................ 11 13 Moose .......................................... 9 15 Minnwest ................................... A 20 HTSG: Mt Dew - 923; HTSS: Precision Glass - 2601; HTHG: Mt Dew - 1247; HTHS: Mt Dew - 3462; HISG: Jared Heck- 222; HISS: Sam Berger - 605; HTHG: Gavin Angerhofer-303; HTHS: Gavin Angerhofer-782. THURSDAY SPARKLERS-3/25/10 Won Lost VFW .......................................... 17 3 SMAC Enterprises .. ................. 14 6 Moose ......................................... 13 7 J & M Trucking ........................ 12 8 Beltingham Elevator ................ 11 9 Wanna B's ................................. .9 11 Alley Cats .................................. .4 16 HISG: Deb Barndhardt - 187; HIHG: Elayne Fahlgren- 223; HISS: Heidi Meister 501; HIHG: Elayne Fahlgren-587; HTSG: SMAC Enterprises- 773; HTHG: Moose- 979; HTSS: SMAC Enterprises-2187; HTHS: Moose-2764. WESTERN MINNE.  IPRAIRIEWATERS.cm Trophies, Awards, Plaques, Mugs, Gifts, Vinyl Graphex, Wall Art, Signs, Decals, Reflective Decals, Caps, . Jackets, Spirit Wear, Jerseys, T's Prinf00 FULL O_.OLOI00 l00ann00r00! weprintonanythingbutpaper.com DNR Seeks watercraft inspector applicants for boating season The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking watercraft inspector interns for the upcoming boating season. The inspectors are stationed at public accesses on lakes and rivers infested with invasive species such as Eurasian watermilfoil and zebra mus- sels. Positions are still available in Brainerd, Cook County and Lake of the Woods areas. "We're looking for enthusiastic young adults interested in doing important environmental conserva- tion work," said Heidi Wolf, DNR watercraft inspection program coor- dinator. Watercraft inspectors inform and educate the public about aquatic invasive species and the threat they pose to Minnesota waters. Other duties may include assisting with access posting, conducting inva- sive species plant removal and other natural resource projects. These are full-time temporary internships that start in late April and run through the middle of October, with flexibility for students still in school. Applicants must have a valid Minnesota driver's license, be enrolled in a natural resources or related program and eligible to receive school credit for the position. The deadline for applications is open until all positions are filled. To view a complete job description or apply online go to www.dnr. state.mn.us/jobs/watercraft/index.htm 1 or contact Heidi Wolf at 651-259- 5152 or heidi.wolf@state.m'n.us with questions. Rep. Falk column Rep. Falk asks area residents to "Play it Forward" used instrument drive focused on getting kids involved with music State Rep. Andrew Falk (DFL - Murdock) is calling on area residents to "Play It Forward". A new effort sponsored by Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) and the Minnesota Music Educators Association (MMEA) is focused on getting Minnesota youngsters involved in band and orchestra. The program would put hundreds, and possibly thousands, of gently used instruments in the hands of kids who need them most. "Oftentimes the only thing standing between the school band and a child eager to learn is the price tag on an instrument," said Rep. Falk. "No child should be denied the opportunity to learn and love music simply because a flute, viola, or trombone is financially out of reach. That's what this creative effort seeks to address." Throughout the month of April, MPR and MMEA will be working with local schools to collect as many gently used instruments as possible. Minnesotans areencouraged to donate their used instruments directly to local schools; To participate, local school districts need to: 1. Visit the Play It Forward website at : www.mpr:org/playitforward for more information 2. Agree to accept donated instruments using'the simple online form The program is absolutely free to every school in Minnesota - but the program's success relies on local schools and area citizens' participation. "Filling our schools with the sound of music is a gift. for our students that keeps on giving," said Rep. Falk. "Working together, our community can connect every child with the opportunity to make musib a part of their lives." I INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! [ PRACTICING FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON are members of the Ortonville Golf team. Coach Roger Sandberg stated that 39 olfers, boys and girls, in grades 7-12 are participating in the sport this year. The]/ have been in'doors since praztice ieganon March 22, butare hoping to get outdoors to the driving range this week. The girls are scheduled to open their season Monday, April 12 at Marshall, with the boys first match on Tuesday, April 13 at Marshall. Page 2b INDEPENDENT Tuesday, March 30, 2010