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Children birth to five may be eligible for Help Me Grow A child's early years often bring wonder and excitement for families! Children grow and change rapidly from birth to kindergarten entrance, and are learning every day. Some babies and young children need extra help to learn and grow As parents watch their child grow and develop, they may notice when their child smiles, rolls over, sits up, walks, plays, coos, cries and talks. While all young children grow and change at their own rate, some children experience delays in their develop- ment. Special health conditions may affect children's development, too. Be- cause parents know their child the best, they may be the first to notice that their child is developing differently than other babies or young children. Free help is available Minnesota children from birth to five-years-old, who are eligible for Help Me Grow, can receive services in their home, child care setting or school. These services are free to eligible fam- ilies regardless of income or immigrant status. Assistance from experts Early childhood specialists will work with eligible children and fami- lies to plan the services and supports they need. These may include; special instruction and other services, includ- ing speech, physical and occupational therapy; ways that a family can support their child's development at home; and connections to community services and programs. Early childhood specialists can help find other community re- sources and early childhood programs for those children not eligible for Help Me Grow. Visit www.MNParentsKnow.info for more information on how young children develop plus ideas to help your child learn and grow. Call 1-866-693 GROW (4769) or your local school if you have questions about your child's development or if you think your child might need extra help to learn. / Commencement May 7 at SMSU Seven hundred and five bachelor's, master's and associate degree candidates are scheduled to graduate May 7 from Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall. A total of 396 will participate in the 43rd commencement exercises, which start at 10 a.m. in the Recreation/Athletic Facility on campus. The commencement speaker this year will be Krishna Shah, a 1997 alumnus and one of the first international students from Nepal to attend SMSU. He is the general manager of Formation Carpets, a family rug business based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Shah manages the business from the company's offices in Washington, D.C. Honors program students design their own programs of General Studies and Rural Studies (subject to approval by the Honors Review Board.) Students must maintain a 3.3 overall grade point average. Graduates of the Honors Program include: Ortonville-Ben Roe (BA in Speech Communication); Correll-Travis Rolfsmeier (BS in Management); Appleton-Benjamin J. Dolan (BA in Political Science); Thomas Adam Guse (BS in Accounting); Phillip Rotunda (BS in Elementary Education); Chokio-Justin Daly (BS in Physical Education); Madison-Kallie Lynn Olson (BS in Social Work). meoendent Ads Get Noticed. (You're reading this one aren't you?) BIG STONE CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CENTER, Dr. Chance Haugen, donated $500 to the Graceville Senior Citizens Center. Donations were collected at the Ortonville Sports and Leisure Show. A free first visit was offered for all new patients who donated to the Senior Center. Pictured above from left to right are Rita Bauer- Treasurer, Dr. Chance Haugen, Ruth Foley-Graceville Health Center Manager, Harry Fischei-Vice President and Phyllis Bauer-Secretary. TUESDAY, MAY 10, 2011 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM i: Contents removed from old material, cleaned, sanitized and deodorized. Choice of new material (ticking). All types of bed pillows! Pillows may be brought in ahead of time! OTREY LAKE GALLERY 232 NW 2nd Street • Ortonville, MN _j FREE Regional Training available on Assistive Technology (AT) FREE Training for: PTIOTISpeech, County Case- Managers, Tribal Reps & Health Care Staff • Learn about adaptive devices • Help your client select the right equipment • Find local experts to assess your client's needs Contact us today to find a location in MN near you/ Throe Part Progressive Series of Training on AT- Join Us/ SPRING HAS SPRUNG, at least hoping it has as is evident by the photo above sholjlilstarting  ) grow in Carol Labelle's flower garden in Ortonville. Independent want ads In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM In memory of Harvey Klages March 11, 1938 - April 23, 1991 In our eyes you're still "The World's Greatest Dad!" Love, Your Two Little Indians! 15-1 * Joy & Peter If you're happy and you know it... • ..write a letter to the editor! Hansen Pole Buildings, LLC is looking for someone who is: .Personable • Good phone skills • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Strong organizational, time management and execution skills • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills • Knowledge of MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook programs • Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize work • Results oriented with problem solving approach • Enjoys learning new software • Grammar is very important • Strong typing skills Essential duties and responsibilities: • Data management • Answer phones • Supporting the sales team • Must be able to work in a fast-paced, customer service-oriented environment • Performs duties under pressure and meets deadlines in a timely manner • Works as part of a team, as well as completes assignments independently • Could involve nights and weekends Contact Sheila at Hansen Pole Buildings, LLC % Browns Valley, MN • 605-694-2618 , And Our Com tment to Future l Lf This r Day, tlae Mundwi,er Memori00: Tree Program is prc,0000d to include the families we have s00;,w,d in 2010 thrgugh Ar'b(gr Day, Savannah Beumer Dana Weed Nancy Bloem Vern Small Arnold Wieber Milton Minder Erma Fenhaus Richard Lien Rosalie Jurgens Andrew Schmidt Cynthia Settje Ells Schedin Ralph Seehafer Sonja Hanson Marie Walter Glenn Granquist Verne Smith Gloria Harms William Busk, Jr. Joan Julius Patricia Karges Joseph Brotzel, Jr. Matthew Montag Lois Voeltz Bruce Giossi Mable Mitchell Rose Hoeke Dorothy McFarland Veronica Gabriel Kenneth Schulte In Memory of... Julia Utley Ida Dahlberg Bradley Tullous Ida Iszler Arnold Larsen James Glomstad Israel O'Bryan Mark Vosberg Ruth Andersen Eunice June Rensberger Rex Rensberger Darwin Moldenhauer Rita Gannon Joan CIoos Orlo Pauli Hudson Whipkey Parker Swearingen Phylliss Hansen Roy Beutler Doris Peery Leta Lutkemeier Helen Appl Bernice Athey Juanita Miller Gerald Berens Frank Roberts LaVerne Parker Donald Glass Sherman Jurgens Gladys Christensen Timothy Beckman Gladys Osterloh Dean Schiefelbein Steven Searcy Dorothy Johnson Shirley Meyer Henry Fogelberg Larry MarkQ Reed Birney William Giessinger Martha Poet Kelvin Smith Richard Chaloupka Marion Scheff Merle Wellnitz Harold Bailey Alice Andersen Clarice Hay Raymond Burdick Frances Steltz Arlene Fox Marian Lundborg Judith Mielitz Hollis Davenport James Tuchscherer EIwood Sandbakken Shirley Mitchell Marie Meyer Margaret Ruppel Marvelin Frahman Hans Ekman Larry Fenhaus Velma Weber William Decker Marcella Radtke Edwin Kuefler Arloene Foss Mundwiler Funeral Home purchases the trees locally and they are planted/oca//y. We have provided over 1413 trees to our communities since the Memorial Garden was started. We are the ONLY funeral home in the area with this extensive tree restoration program. We have been recognized and awarded by the National Arbor Day Foundation with a Certificate of Merit for our efforts on behalf of trees and environmental stewardship. = lIND' 00VlLER ] N HOME INC. I • , 1003 E.. 4th Ave..- Milbank, SD . , I Tuesday, April 26, 2011 INDEPENDENT page 9 ) I t I