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to Presidential D.C. lars program in June ,a student at OHS, will National Cemetery. Additional pro- Classroom June 7-14th, D.C. ! daughter of Scott and the leader a, provides the best school juniors and access to the America's public Week-long program, Washington Members of appointees, officials, top business observe the U.S. visit their con- and debate current from the United renowned sites capital such as the White House (by special invitation), the U.S. Dept. of State and Arlington gram highlights include a Central Intelligence Agency briefing, a mock presidential election and foreign embassy visits. "We provide the rare opportunity for students to examine Washington and our government beyond the mar- ble buildings," says Presidential Classroom President and CEO Jack Buechner. "Our unique and challenging pro- grams bond leadership and academics m a way that appeal to our students, while opening their perspective on national and world politics." Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Presidential Classroom, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)3 civic education organization, has provided more than 100,000 top high school students- from the United States and abroad- unprecedented access to the federal government and the people who shape public policy. J 'ER WINNERS from James Knoll Elementary are pictured above. Ortonville and Big Stone .at-=d in a poster contest. First place winners received a $50 savings bond courtesy of bl nk and a $5 gift certificate to Ortonville's Dairy Queen. Second place winners received a te and third place won a $3 DQ certificate. Pictured (I-r, in back): Neale Johnson, Kayla Eastman, Keven Berdan, James Knoll Principal Joel Stattelman, Kaylee H,..llgeson, OAHS's Ken Archer. (In front): Shane Maas, Tate Messmer, Jessica Valek, Stepha me Schumacher, Cenbank's Marilyn Hanson and Dairy Queen's Tom Tobin. call for local food ers for MS TRAM Chamber local MS TRAM Minnesota) iSSUing a "last call" for Lakeside Park Food Vendors for Sunday, July 27, 2003. We invite any organization or business to take advantage of this opportunity and join are very prone to back and our chiropractic clinic works ass athletes to help relieve Dain, stiff joints and pinched nerves. and soothing massage treat our clients. And we'lll right nutrition, exercise and stress management to keep you healthy. Come visit our complete, modern diagnostic facility for a free spinal exam. Peterson " practic Clinic Main Street Ortonville 320-839-2323 Office Hours: M-W-F 8:30am - 5:00pm; Tues.-Thurs. 8:30am - 12noon: Sat. by appt. in the fun and fundraising as a food vendor. Approximately 1200 hungry bicy- clists plus staff- and local citizens - are expected to fill Lakeside Park starting around !:00 p.m. The group will be staying overnight in Ortonville before departing on Monday for their 5-day Tour. Your local Committee is planning a fun-filled Sunday with entertain- ment and activities at Lakeside Park. The 2003 local theme will be "Ononville: Where The West Begins" so get out your boots and hat and plan to be part of the 2003 MS TRAM effort to raise funds to fight Multiple Sclerosis. The number of food vendors at Lakeside Park will be limited to twelve (12)on a first come, first-serve basis. If your group is a nonprofit and will be applying for a "Special Event Food Stand License" from Countryside Public Health, the Food Booth Fee of $75.00 will be credited with the $30.00 license fee. Applications are available at the BSLA Chamber of Commerce office. May 31 st will be the last date for local applications before opening to any and all food vendors. For more infor- mation, please contact Orlou at the Chamber Office at 839-3284 or Ann Holme, Food and Beverage Committee, at 273-2176. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS les & Service Inc. SPECIALISTS _ John Hynnek and Kurt Eastman COMPLETE AUTO BODY COLLISION CENTER Two Body Shops Computerized Paint Mixing Windshield Replacement Most late model glass on hand! Minor to Major Body Work We Handle Insurance Claims Pick Up and DeJivery =Loaner Car Available Free Estimates Call 839-7197 or 839-2911 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 iN DEPENDENT 'ai ....... l,, ......... I*J: I IIII ',iT1.finL, mvma,I, Results of food .... review/demo day The Big Stone County 4-H Food Review and Demonstration Day was held on Monday, May 19th at the Clinton Memorial Building prior to the May Federation Meeting. Food Review participants and winners were: Sarah Diekmann, Grand Champion for her entry on "Cream of Potato Soup;" Kasey Diekmann, Reserve Champion for her entry "Fettuccine;" Kelsey Diemann, blue ribbon for her entry kid's Lunch;" and Andrew Diekmann, Cloverbud and blue ribbon or his entry "Deviled Eggs." For Demonstrations, Sarah Diekmann also received Grand Champion for her Demonstration on "Public Speaking." The Grand Champion for Food Review and Demonstration received a State Fair Trip and a $10.00 cash award. The judge for the evening was Mrs. Sharon Ehlers, of Morris. GENE AND BEV CLOOS of Big Stone City will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house on Saturday, June 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Big Stone Legion. nepenleln''Sll ] Get Noticed. (You re reading this one aren't you?) ,  TUPPERWARE ridal Shower & Registry | Home Parties (Other Iations available) I ostess Gift Specials [ I ,,Fundraisers - (",., donated) / / I -Career Opportunity I Lifetime Guarantee i?! !:i I Monthly Speciats I Call 800-939-5105 "" I or 320-839-3454 "j t , AskforLany  AGASSIZ & ODESSA MUTUAL INSURANCE announces recipients of the two $500 scholarship awards that they offer each year to high school seniors in the area. Recipients this year are Rachael Borgerson and Lori Huselid. Rachael is the daughter of Richard and Carol Borgerson of Bellingham and will be a 2003 graduate of Lac qui Parle Valley High School. Lori is the daughter of Wayne and Mary Jo Huselid of Clinton and will be a 2003 graduate of Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley High School. Pictured from left to right, above, are: Company Manager Laurie Wellnitz, Lori Huselld, Rachael Borgerson and Company President Carol Asche. BUY'-.I'LZ 00ifts for the CARLSON Your Local/t) Owned & Operated Ortonville, MN 320-839-6102 heck out supplies of grlution npk]ns, cctndles, tablecloths ma Other decorgtions/ With a Home Equity Loan, the value of you home will allow you to ..... ...Buy a Boat! ...Pay Tuition! ...Add a Deck! ...Go Away! ...Get a Car! ...Do Almost Anythingt ,% See Deb or a member of our lending team! "V 'i 113 NW 1st Street OrtonviUe, MN 56278  Iombln i'DIC CE Phone 3Z0-839-6123 1-800-335-8920 24 hr. Banking 1-877-569-2265 www.cenbank.com to Presidential D.C. lars program in June ,a student at OHS, will National Cemetery. Additional pro- Classroom June 7-14th, D.C. ! daughter of Scott and the leader a, provides the best school juniors and access to the America's public Week-long program, Washington Members of appointees, officials, top business observe the U.S. visit their con- and debate current from the United renowned sites capital such as the White House (by special invitation), the U.S. Dept. of State and Arlington gram highlights include a Central Intelligence Agency briefing, a mock presidential election and foreign embassy visits. "We provide the rare opportunity for students to examine Washington and our government beyond the mar- ble buildings," says Presidential Classroom President and CEO Jack Buechner. "Our unique and challenging pro- grams bond leadership and academics m a way that appeal to our students, while opening their perspective on national and world politics." Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Presidential Classroom, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)3 civic education organization, has provided more than 100,000 top high school students- from the United States and abroad- unprecedented access to the federal government and the people who shape public policy. J 'ER WINNERS from James Knoll Elementary are pictured above. Ortonville and Big Stone .at-=d in a poster contest. First place winners received a $50 savings bond courtesy of bl nk and a $5 gift certificate to Ortonville's Dairy Queen. Second place winners received a te and third place won a $3 DQ certificate. Pictured (I-r, in back): Neale Johnson, Kayla Eastman, Keven Berdan, James Knoll Principal Joel Stattelman, Kaylee H,..llgeson, OAHS's Ken Archer. (In front): Shane Maas, Tate Messmer, Jessica Valek, Stepha me Schumacher, Cenbank's Marilyn Hanson and Dairy Queen's Tom Tobin. call for local food ers for MS TRAM Chamber local MS TRAM Minnesota) iSSUing a "last call" for Lakeside Park Food Vendors for Sunday, July 27, 2003. We invite any organization or business to take advantage of this opportunity and join are very prone to back and our chiropractic clinic works ass athletes to help relieve Dain, stiff joints and pinched nerves. and soothing massage treat our clients. And we'lll right nutrition, exercise and stress management to keep you healthy. Come visit our complete, modern diagnostic facility for a free spinal exam. Peterson " practic Clinic Main Street Ortonville 320-839-2323 Office Hours: M-W-F 8:30am - 5:00pm; Tues.-Thurs. 8:30am - 12noon: Sat. by appt. in the fun and fundraising as a food vendor. Approximately 1200 hungry bicy- clists plus staff- and local citizens - are expected to fill Lakeside Park starting around !:00 p.m. The group will be staying overnight in Ortonville before departing on Monday for their 5-day Tour. Your local Committee is planning a fun-filled Sunday with entertain- ment and activities at Lakeside Park. The 2003 local theme will be "Ononville: Where The West Begins" so get out your boots and hat and plan to be part of the 2003 MS TRAM effort to raise funds to fight Multiple Sclerosis. The number of food vendors at Lakeside Park will be limited to twelve (12)on a first come, first-serve basis. If your group is a nonprofit and will be applying for a "Special Event Food Stand License" from Countryside Public Health, the Food Booth Fee of $75.00 will be credited with the $30.00 license fee. Applications are available at the BSLA Chamber of Commerce office. May 31 st will be the last date for local applications before opening to any and all food vendors. For more infor- mation, please contact Orlou at the Chamber Office at 839-3284 or Ann Holme, Food and Beverage Committee, at 273-2176. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS les & Service Inc. SPECIALISTS _ John Hynnek and Kurt Eastman COMPLETE AUTO BODY COLLISION CENTER Two Body Shops Computerized Paint Mixing Windshield Replacement Most late model glass on hand! Minor to Major Body Work We Handle Insurance Claims Pick Up and DeJivery =Loaner Car Available Free Estimates Call 839-7197 or 839-2911 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 iN DEPENDENT 'ai ....... l,, ......... I*J: I IIII ',iT1.finL, mvma,I, Results of food .... review/demo day The Big Stone County 4-H Food Review and Demonstration Day was held on Monday, May 19th at the Clinton Memorial Building prior to the May Federation Meeting. Food Review participants and winners were: Sarah Diekmann, Grand Champion for her entry on "Cream of Potato Soup;" Kasey Diekmann, Reserve Champion for her entry "Fettuccine;" Kelsey Diemann, blue ribbon for her entry kid's Lunch;" and Andrew Diekmann, Cloverbud and blue ribbon or his entry "Deviled Eggs." For Demonstrations, Sarah Diekmann also received Grand Champion for her Demonstration on "Public Speaking." The Grand Champion for Food Review and Demonstration received a State Fair Trip and a $10.00 cash award. The judge for the evening was Mrs. Sharon Ehlers, of Morris. GENE AND BEV CLOOS of Big Stone City will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house on Saturday, June 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Big Stone Legion. nepenleln''Sll ] Get Noticed. (You re reading this one aren't you?) ,  TUPPERWARE ridal Shower & Registry | Home Parties (Other Iations available) I ostess Gift Specials [ I ,,Fundraisers - (",., donated) / / I -Career Opportunity I Lifetime Guarantee i?! !:i I Monthly Speciats I Call 800-939-5105 "" I or 320-839-3454 "j t , AskforLany  AGASSIZ & ODESSA MUTUAL INSURANCE announces recipients of the two $500 scholarship awards that they offer each year to high school seniors in the area. Recipients this year are Rachael Borgerson and Lori Huselid. Rachael is the daughter of Richard and Carol Borgerson of Bellingham and will be a 2003 graduate of Lac qui Parle Valley High School. Lori is the daughter of Wayne and Mary Jo Huselid of Clinton and will be a 2003 graduate of Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley High School. Pictured from left to right, above, are: Company Manager Laurie Wellnitz, Lori Huselld, Rachael Borgerson and Company President Carol Asche. BUY'-.I'LZ 00ifts for the CARLSON Your Local/t) Owned & Operated Ortonville, MN 320-839-6102 heck out supplies of grlution npk]ns, cctndles, tablecloths ma Other decorgtions/ With a Home Equity Loan, the value of you home will allow you to ..... ...Buy a Boat! ...Pay Tuition! ...Add a Deck! ...Go Away! ...Get a Car! ...Do Almost Anythingt ,% See Deb or a member of our lending team! "V 'i 113 NW 1st Street OrtonviUe, MN 56278  Iombln i'DIC CE Phone 3Z0-839-6123 1-800-335-8920 24 hr. Banking 1-877-569-2265 www.cenbank.com