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SECOND PLACE WINNERS in last weekend's Couples Tourney are shown above, listed from Championship through 7th flight. Couples, left to right are Mike Neuroth and Mary Wheeler, Mike and Micaela Rausch, Dave and Lori Larson, Tom and Sue Cook, Bill and Lynn Reno, Mitch and Jmie Critz, Dick and Nancy Miller, and Dan and Brenda Kafka. Wellness Chance Haugen, D.C. Beware of New Mosquito Repellant I saw a commercial the other day for a new mosquito repellant called OFF! Clip-on. Instead of spraying the repellant all over your skin, you just clip this device to your belt and it spins and sprays mosquito repellant into the air. Now at first this may seem great because you don't have to get that sticky smelly spray all over yourself, but let's take a closer look. One of the first things I thought of was how is this going to affect your body if you breathe it in. Well it doesn't take long to find the answer to that. If you look on the back of the box it says "CAUTION: Harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Avoid breathing vapor." I think you'll find it very hard to use this product and follow all these warnings. Let's see what chemicals you would be breathing in if you use this product. " Metofluthrin and polyethylene terephthalate are the active ingredients in the repellent. Both can damage your central nervous system. Experts don't know much else about the chemicals because they are so new. I would advise trying other alternatives to keep the mosquitos away. I know some people hate spraying repellent onto their skin because they are scared of the healttf effects it may cause, not to mention the bad smell and stickiness. Look for natural alternatives such as repellants that use citronella, lemongrass oil, peppermint oil, or vanillin. These are much Safer alternatives. It's the little things we do that add up over time. There's a reason why diseases like cancer keep increasing. Everyday exposures to chemicals and toxins that we allow ourselves to come in contact, with can have a huge impact on our health. THIRD PLACE WINNERS in last weekend's Couples Tourney are shown here, listed from Championship through 7th flight. Couples, left to right, are Mark and Lisa Sorenson, Bob and Rita Casura, Mike and Megan Longman, Rollie and Sue Olson, Randy Stock and Sarah Miller, Jack and Mary Weber, Myron and Beth Mueller, and Dave and Jean Solheim. III Ind, pendent ds Notic, [11 CYou re reading this one aren't you?)l[[ i ling in Summer is a fun but busy season. But while schedules change, the need for blood remain constant. No matter what your summer plans are or how you spend your time, you can be a lifesaver this summer by donating blood at the Bellingham Bloodmobile. Friday, Aug. 13 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the City Hall. Most healthy people age 17 and older or 16 with parental consent, who weigh at least 1 I0 pounds, are eligible to donate blood. If you are Type "O", "A" or "B" negative, you may be eligible to donate double red cells that day. For more information or to make an appointment for double red cell donation, call Audrey Volkenant at (320) 568-2385. All other donors are welcome to walk in and donate at their conve- nience that day. The goal is 35 units. Help meet the needs of patients. including accident victims and indi- Viduals undergoing surgery and can- cer treatments this summer by donat- ing blood at the Red Cross Bloodmobile, at Bellingham City ! Hall, Friday, Aug. 13 from 8 a.m. to 1 i p.m. W ii~:i/i~7':i:~ Having spent 40 years in Pembina, ND Peter and Maureen (Karels) Kostiuk decid- ed to retire back in the Big Stone Lake Area where Maureen has many relatives. Having grown up in the Rosen area, it was nice to come back home. The couple met when Peter was working in Madison. Shortly there after, work took them to Pembina where they have spent the majority of their life. They have been mar- ried for 43 years. Maureen worked for a Bus Manufacturing Company in Pembina, while Peter worked for a Motorcoach Company and did body work. Two years ago they purchased a home in Ortonville and moved in about one year ago. Maureen is currently active with the Big Stone Arts Council which she really enjoys. "It is a wonderful group to be asso- ciated with," said Maureen. In her spare time, she enjoys making Ukranian Easter Eggs, which she was taught by one of Peter's relatives. Fishing is some- thing both her and Peter like to do, especial- ly living so close now to Big Stone Lake. She also like gardening, particularly flower gardening. Peter's hobbies include wood carving, leather tooling and shooting a game of pool. Peter and Maureen have collected many Indian Arrowheads over the years and enjoy reading and keeping up on the history of the area. Maureen is an active member of St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville and is helping the church get ready of the Chuckwagon Jamboree to kick off this year's Cornfest. We welcome Peter and Maureen to the Big Stone Lake Area. PETER AND MAUREEN KOSTIUK at home in Ortonville. Series sponsored by Minnwest Bank 24 MONTH CD APY* With a Money Manager Change the Rate Add to the Balance CD**, you can: Withdraw Without Penalty Our Money Manager CD offers you all this flexibility and a great ra{e too. Lock in the current rate, then take advantage of upward moving interest rates one time during the term. While other CD rates may be declining, you can add funds to your Money Manager CD. Plus, you can make a one-time withdrawal should you unexpectedly need cash.Stop in and visit with us l oday. *APY is Annual Percentage Yield. Yield effective as of 3/22/10 and subject to change. An opening deposit of $5,000 required to earn advertised APY. **You may change the rate one time during the term. You may add up to 50% of the original CD amount anytime during the first 6 months ($1,000 minimum). After 7 days of opening, you may withdraw up to 50% of the original CD amount one time during the first six months. Substantial penalty for eady withdrawal after the one-time allowed withdrawal. Member FD1C. 21 SE SecondSt. Ortonville 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 Page 8b INDEPENDENT Tuesday, July 27, 2010 o 'i