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I Veteran Service By Dan Meyer Big Stone Co. Veteran Service Officer The office hours for the Big Stone County Veterans Service Office are 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. My office phone number is (320) 839-6398. Hello, and welcome to today's article. Dates to remember. I'll be out of my office to attend the Minnesota CVSO Annual Spring Training (mandatory for my National and State re-certification) from April 11-14 at the St. Paul Regional Office. The Sports & Leisure Show and our County's VA Benefits Outreach Booth were a great success for our pins at a CGB High School Footbal community! I have been asked bygame several folks what other outreach -Distribution of U.S. Flag lape events the office has planned for this pins at an Ortonville High Schoo year. Football game So, by popular demand, here are-National POW/MIA Recognitio3 the planned events: Day Veterans Outreach Booth • Big Stone Lake Walleye Meeting -Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran Outreach (April 29) Day Booth/Event • Big Stone Lake Border Walleye-VFW Annual Membership/Driv Classic Outreach Booth (April 30) Dinner Outreach Table • Big Stone Lake Minnesota In other news. Please keep in min, Tournament Trail Outreach Booththat there are three new presumptiv (May 7-8) conditions due to Agent Orang • Big Stone County Fair VA exposure. The new conditions are Benefits Outreach Booth aschemic heart disease, Parkinson' • Ortonville Cornfest VA Benefits Disease, and hairy/B cell leukemia. I Outreach Booth you are a veteran and were exposed t, • Ortonville Cornfest VA ParadeAgent Orange, contact your loca Float County Veterans Service Officer. • Ortonville Homecoming Outreach Until next week, take care an, VA Parade Float "Fair Winds and Following Seas!" • Distribution of U.S. Flag lapel Big Stone County landowners now vation District. will be posted with special signage for have an opportunity to add additional The access program offers sports- landowners and sportsmen alike. income to their conservation acres men more opportunities to hunt qual- The payment structure for this pro- through the Walk-In Access program ity areas while providing landowners gram is a base rate of $10/ac. Addi- of Minnesota. with additional income. Big Stone is tional bonus payments of $1/ac would Minnesota's first Walk-In Access located in the northern tier of this target be included for parcels larger than 160 Program begins September l, and will area. acres, multiple year contracts, and/or cover 21 counties in southwestern To ensure that the public access has parcels that are within ½ mile of other Minnesota. The program was devel- appropriate vegetation, land within a public hunting lands. oped due to legislative interest in 2010. conservation program is the focus for For example, if you had 160 acres This voluntary program is a three year, enrollment. Programs include: CRP, of CRP adjacent to a state Wildlife pilot program with the expectation of CREP, RIM, or RIM-WRP of 40 acres Management Area and signed a two state appropriations after that time pe- or more. Locations of all walk-in lands year contract, you would receive $13/ rind, if successful. This program is will be published in a hunting atlas and ac on 160 acres for a total of $2080.00 being implemented in Big Stone also available on the MNDNR website, per year. Since it is a two year con- County by the Soil and Water Conser- The boundaries of all Walk-In Areas tract, you would receive $4,160.00. If you're a landowner that has this type of property and you have an interest in providing additional hunting opportu- nities to the public while making addi- tional income, then this may be the program for you. To find out more about the MN Walk-In access program, contact Travis Issendorf or Darrin Welle at the Big Stone SWCD office at 320-839- 6149, ext 3. Walk-In program details are also listed on the Big Stone SWCD website, www.bigstoneswcd.org. All programs and services of the Big Stone County Soil and Water Con- servation District are available without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, and marital or familial status. Monday Nite - 3/28/2011 Won Lost Precision Glass (won 2nd 1/3) 19 9 Ortonville Independent ............ 17 11 Moose ......................................... 16 12 Larry's ....................................... 15 13 Mt Dew (won 1st 1/3) .............. 14 14 Minnwest ................................... 12 16 Pepsi ........................................... 11 17 Otrey Lake ................................ .8 20 HTSG: Pepsi - 929; HTSS: Pepsi- 2663; HTHG: Larry's- 1154; HTHS: Mt Dew(won 1st 1/3) - 3162; HISG: Wayne Frette- 255; HISS: Wayne Frette- 662; HTHG: Mike Rausch-293; HTHS: Wayne Frette-752. $$**$ THURSDAY SPARKLERS-3/31/ll Won Lost Wanna B's ................................. 19 9 Moose ......................................... 15 13 Alley Cats .................................. 15 13 SMAC Enterprises ................... 13 15 RJB Trucking ............................ 13 15 Bellingham Elevator .................. 9 19 HISG: Adrienne Stattelman - 221; HIHG: Tash Hynnek- 243; HISS: Tash Hynnek-534; HIHS: Tash Hynnek-627; HTSG: Wanna B's- 639; HTHG: Moose- 811; HTHG: Wanna B's- 811; HTSS: Moose-1819; HTHS: Moose- 2380. FIVE I : • • .~- . GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY 08 Sebring 4 Dr. Well Optioned O' 08 Sebring ..... Limited Convertibles ............. Red or Black 2008 CHRYSLER PT Cruiser '07 FORD FOCUS 5 Door 29k Miles '05 CHEV Malibu Max][ 4 Dr. - NICE CAR!! 2007 Chrysler Luxury SUM (Limited) Q0ad Seats 2007 CHRYSLER Town & Country Town & Well '06 JEEP Grand Limitnd Sunroof - GPS Equipped Town & Country Leather & All! Ford F150 per Crew 4x4 Trojan softball et season u nderway The Trojan girls softball team has been practicing now for nearly three weeks as they gear up for the 2011 sea- son. Weather is the big story, as there is still a lot of snow on the field and games are being pushed back until the fields in area are playable. and junior Emily Giese. Leading the Trojan hitting attack are seniors Brittany Maas, Theresa Hoff- man, and Amber Scherer, junior Emily Giese and freshmen Mary Kate Treinen and Shelby Strei. Also looking very promising are Head Softball Coach Tim Giese freshmen SamanthaRushford, Hannah states that the athletes are working hard getting ready for the season. "Practice has been going very well and I am looking forward to getting outside and playing some games," said Giese. "I am very excited about the softball team this year. We have seven players that started games last year and some freshman that saw some action returning." Pitching is always the key and Giese says that he is seeing some very promising things out of freshman Alexis Adelman, senior Amber Scherer Fredrichsen and Taylor Kuechenmeis- ter. "We have quite a bit of speed and we will be very aggressive on the bases to try to produce runs," said Giese. "Defensively we look pretty solid and if we can eliminate errors and hit like we can we should win some games this year." Ortonville is tentatively scheduled to open the season on Tuesday, April 5 at Ashby and then travel to Wheaton on Friday, April 8. That is if the snow all gets melted! E to host 4th An Ministry Event nual MERGE (Men Encouraging As a service project we will be Growth, Revival and Excellence) is packing meals for Kids Against again hosting a non-denominational Hunger. a humanitarian food-aid or- men's ministry event at New Lifeganization. Men are encouraged to Community Baptist Church this Satur- bring a donation of $20-$30 that will day, April 9 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. All go to Kids Against Hunger to defray men are encouraged to attend this costs of materials and shipping of the FREE event. Lunch is provided, meals. There will be a free will offering. MERGE is a non-denominational The speaker this year will be Kerry partnership to promote ongoing min- Ascher of Aberdeen Alliance Church. istry to men is Western Central Min- Pastor Ascher, an avid outdoorsman, nesota and Eastern South Dakota. We has been ministering in South Dakota are committed to helping men develop for more than 27 years. 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