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OHS Scholarship winners " Borcer States Coop Scholarship- Keven Berdan and Andrew Strei CenBank Scholarship-Nicole Gul- ley Lem & Ruby Kaercher Memorial- Stacy Schumacher Harold B. Kalberg Science Award- Andrew Strei Ed & Reine Kiernat Scholarship- Keven Berdan Boyde & Donna Leiferman Schol- arship-Nicole Gulley Milltones Chorus-Keven Berdan Minnwest Bank Scholarship- Michael Winther Hildegaard & Selmer Olson Scholarship-Kelsey Reisdorph Ortonville Alumni Association- Keven Berdan, Kaylee Helgeson and Natalie Sitter Ortonville Area Health Services Auxiliary-Marissa Baerwaldt and Ortonville High School senior scholarship winners were announced at graduation on May 30. Students re- ceive many other scholarships from the college they are going to and fi'om other groups that are not mentioned at, .graduation. 2010 SCHOLARSHIPS Virginia Horton Anderson Music Scholarship-Anna Nelson Big Stone City American Legion- Nicole Gulley, Erika Scoblic and Chelsey Swenson Big Stone City American Legion Auxiliary-Erika Scoblic and Andrew Strei Big Stone Health Care Founda- tion-Ashley Koch Big Stone City Round Table Club- Chad Spars Bituminous Paving, Inc.-Bryn Stock Ten steps to a healthier you Boost your fruit and veggie intake. Buy bags of frozen veggies to include at dinner Buy fruit in season and keep on the counter to grab on the way out the door Limit fruit .juice; eat most of your fruit/veggies in their whole, unprocessed form Choose a variety of colors: red, green, yellow, orange and purple Eat whole grain products Buy unsweetened, 100 percent whole grain cereals for a quick break- fast Popcorn is a whole grain! Pop your own to control the amount of fat and sodium you eat. Try the new 'pasta blends' to boost Ortonville High School 7 th Grade Superior Honor Roll Sitter, Daniel Weber, Andrew A Honor Roll Mathes, Hannah Mulder, Garion Westlund, Travis B Honor Roll Arndt, Stephanie Arndt, Tanner Chan, Alicia Danielson, Drew Eastman, Keaton Emde, Nicole Eppel, Jerika Erickson, Emily Gulley, Jamie Gustafson, Mackenzie Haas, Austin Swanson, Lauren Thompson, Riley your whole grain intake Eat breakfast Include a fiber source (whole grain cereal and fruit, for example) Plan the night before to save you time in the morning Try plain, low fat yogurt with fruit and nuts/seeds Snack wisely Avoid processed/pre-packaged snacks; eat fruits/veggies, such as fruit in season; carrots; peanuts/peanut butter on whole grain bread Shop the perimeter of the supermarket Shop the center aisles carefully. The pre-packaged, more highly processed and expensive foods tend to be in the aisles. Fresh, unprocessed HONOR ROLL 2009-2010 9 th Grade Superior Honor Roll Adelman, Carolyn Messmer, Morgan .Roggenbuck, Jorden SorensQn, Cassandra A Honor Roll Baerwaldt, Megan Blake, Riley Eustice, Hannah. Larson, Elijah Ninneman, Breeahna Radermacher, Michaela Sorenson, Amber B Honor Roll Bousquet, Keinen Bun-nan, Andrea Fryer, Kendra Goergen, Amanda Griffith, Stefani Hasslen, Jade Hoffman, Jonathon Kampen, Erica Koch, Shannon Marsolek, Stanley Nelson, Nathan Roach, Coral Schake, Anthony Schneider, Jenae Sitter, Paul Sparby, Heidi Swenson, Quincy Westlund, Jeanette 10 th G rare Superior Honor Roll Helgeson, Kara Meyer, Courtney Stolpman, Bonnie Sue 4th Quarter 1 lth Grade Superior Honor Roll A Honor Roll Adelman, Philip Hoffman, Theresa Maas, Shane Messmer, Tate Bausch, Thomas A Honor Roll Berger, Rachel Knutson, Isaac Koch, Dylan Meyer, Kaitlyn Roggenbuck, Dillan Roscoe, Rikki Schumacher, Stephanie Thune, Jonah Walsh, Bridget B Honor Roll Adelman, Mallory Berdan, Daniel Conroy, Lauren Cuneo, Dimitiri  F;revert, Darshell: Gunnink, Nathan Halvorson, Melissa Kalberg, Erik Kellen, Joseph Lateen, Timothy Maas, Brittany Oakes, Isaac Papasso, Michael Peterson, Samantha Pitlatzki, Damian Scherer, Amber Sis, Alexander Smith, Bonnie-Joy Valek, Jessica 12 th Grade Superior Honor Roll Helgeson, Kaylee Winther, Michael 8 th Grade Superior Honor Roll Adelman, Alexis Cloos, Isaac Fredrichsen, Hanna Kuechenmeister, Taylor Larson, Joseph Rushford, Samantha A Honor Roll Berdan, Katelyn Eidem, Shawn Hoffman, Andrea Weber, Abby B Honor Roll Athey, Nicholas Barnhardt, Taylor Carlson, Brandon Christiansen, Rachel Eidem, Victor Giese, Emily Haugen, Jarett Henrich, Jacob A Honor Roll Berdan, Keven Chan, Kayla Gulley, Nicole Nelson, Anna Spore, Chad Stock, Bryn Weber, Emily B Honor Roll Adelman, Chelsea Baerwaldt, Marissa Delage, Ryan Hegge, Elsa Kaiser, William Koch, Ashley Koch, Dustin Kracke, Shelby Lateen. Schuyler Lee, Michael Louks, Kyle Pays, Brook B Honor Roll Anderson, Skyler Bohlman, Jordan Giese, Brenna Giese, Kirsten Hanson, Brooke Haukos, Annie Henrich, Adam Hormann, Kayla Kottke, Noah Meyer, Erin Peterson, Rebecca Plathe, Morgan Scholberg, Camille Schumacher, Kenneth Strei, Shelby Streich, Mackenzie Taffe, Jonathon Taffe, Kelly Teske, Joshua Stacy Schumacher Ortonville Education Association- Kaylee Helgeson Ortonville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3964-John Eustice, Kelsey Reisdorph, Erika Scoblic and Bryn Stock Ortonville Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary-Ashley Eastman and Andrew Strei Rabble Robertson Scholarship- Chris Emde Roder Scholarship-Charles Stat- telman Douglas Schreiner Scholarship- Jesse Roscoe Spink-Dobak Legion Post-Ryan Delage Loena & Inez Wolfe Scholarship- Emily Weber. foods tend to be around the perimeter. Shop your local farmers' markets Get to know your farmer! Most farmer market vendors are happy to help you with cooking/preparation ideas for the food they sell, too Eating locally saves fuel to trans- port foods cross-country Prepare more of your foods yourself Start with simple meals on an occa- sional basis, if you're new to cooking Make enough food to freeze for meals throughout the week You have more control over fat, sugar and sodium when you cook your own foods Use smaller plates You're more likely to eat less with smaller plates Eat slowly; enjoy your food Avoid multitasking (watching TV, reading, etc) while eating. Be 'mind- ful' of every bite! Be physically activity most days, at least half an hour Maintaining a good weight is more than just watching what you eat. Physical activity is critical! Most people enjoy walking, but the key is to find a physical activity that you like to do, and work it into your daily rou- tine Connie Burns, MS/RD, is an Extension Educator in Health and Nutrition for the University of MN- Extension. She can be reached at: cburns391 @umn.edu, or 320.589.1711. Provide a wealth of nutrition knowledge to our most vulnerable populations. Did you know: Children who eat breakfast are bet- ter learners, research shows. Adults ;Who eat well are more productive emyees. With good nutrition, seiners stay in their homes longer and have lower medical bills. In short, the better we eat, the better we feel and live. People with limited resources often run short of food at the end of the month - or may not realize they could make better choices at the store or good use of the food they bring home. The fun, innovative curriculum that your county Nutrition Education Assistant uses is customized to the needs of diverse audiences and avail- able in several languages. Our person- al presentation makes these programs very successful! The classes offered by NEAs are found in a variety of community set- tings, including food shelves, WIC clinics, senior citizen centers, day- care centers, shelters, migrant centers, summer camps, low-income housing, grocery stores and even in homes. By providing participants educa- tion over time, we assure learning and behavior change. Our learners have shown behavior changes in food safe- ty, meal planning, food preparation. grocery shopping, food budgeting, and proper nutrition. Our efforts impact more than 700,000 people in Minnesota, directly or indirectly. For more information, contact your county's Nutrition Education Assistant Heidi Torgerson at 320-839- 6380 or 1-800-279-2518 at University ' ORTONVILLE SCHOOL STAFF were recognized for years of service at their Annual Staff Recogniztion Program held on Tuesday, June 8 at the Ortonville School. Shown above in front from left to right are Pat Thompson (35 years), Jane Anderson (30 years), Ginger Athey (30 years), Becky Holtquist (30 years), Patricia Heiser (25 years) and Dorienne Huizenga (20 years). Back row left to right are Julie Thymian (20 years), Gary Pfleger (20 years), Kim Johnson (20 years), Kyle Kirkeby (20 years) and Liz Ketz (25 years). Not pictured is Linda Hoffman-25 years. ORTONVILLE SCHOOL HELD THEIR ANNUAL STAFF RECOGNITION PROGRAM on Tuesday, June 8th. Several staff were recognized for years of service. Pictured above in front from left to right are Lori Ronglien (five years), Joan Foley (five years), Cindy VonEschen (10 years) and Laurie Maas (15 years). Back row left to right are Wayne Huselid (five years), Bob Foley (10 years), John Olson (15 years) and Sue Spors (10 years). Not pictured were Deb Engle-five years and Lor, Nelsen-15 years. Super Chill 12 pk. 112 IIr a99 Water 4[ Bill's SuperValu Hartman's SuperValu June ice gream Sandwiches 9 Choice Ambassador Select Varieties Smoked Ola Fasmonod s,opp00,, va,u. Brats Wieners 9 OZ. bag Select Varieties of MN-Extension - Big Stone County. Kraft 6.4-7.25 oz Jones, Taylor Reisdorph, Kelsey Pasta Potato Kottke, Kaitlyn Schumacher, Stacy Kuechenmeister, Trent Scoblic, Erika ,, Court report ] Saladi . -Chips 0 N.N\\;\\| I[)L,= Larson, Alec Sitter, Natalie ' " " 40 oz b, 'W ======= "l/l,/ Larson, Zachary Stattelman, Charles '- ..... r ....... tchup":'7" "/'" /  Mathes,Mastel' Danielle' Strei,Sttesbery' TaylOrAndrew " .  4/S5 00oi!u00:00.2s ,  At .......... ,, POtato 4/ Famous o,,a, 2IS !i i = $  Joseph (Week of June 11, 2010) ,._.....i. lj] Meyer, Jacob Swenson, Chelsey Big Stone County Sheriff's  ,  (1"(/,..O/]'--N" Nelson,iillirn' AmandaBrandon Watkins,Thmpsn'seanRaeAnn Office I;'; when yo- BU y Four ( 4 )  - "L[' Schafer. Trevor Wilding, Alicia Jan Lawrence Boshea, Dayton, , 12-Packs. ark -'' ........ . x  I - .... :,;, --.  ' : Tollakson, Caleb Wipf, Dan Speeding, Exceed Limit 55 mph , 240Z 6: pac s  [Arc.: , '=:"-SjY'['I Zahn, Tristan where appropriate, Fined $125. = or any proouc or  1  ..... ,S v I Sparkle 8 Roll ' ...... [lilllllllJ I[llll[l'l[l]illlll' '"' .................. , 99 00SCH00O-NOR Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. Sharon Anna Bilben, Graceville, ' .................... Driving After Suspension, Fined ,::;:, ...................... ,,ooo ooeo , ,s,e,,e z, o,e , ............ -; :: The Superior Honor Roll consists of those students who have earned at least an $285. " i" ........... ''_" -,-d.,)-' .... "''-*= . "A.  0,, d,-,,,  - ! A- in each academic class. Michael Carl Haanen, Graceville,  " ''k t All' ---"   ._ ,,d[ '  " I The "A" Honor Roll includes students who have a grade point average of 3.67 Disorderly Conduct-  00SUPElnfAUI ,#a"SIIPEIII/'AI.II I or above. Offensive/Abusive/Noisy/Obscene, In order to meet the requirements of the "B" Honor Roll, a student must have a Fined $200. s MILBANI SOUTH DAKOTA * 605.4324543 **,,.bm,.,l,n,.tw ORTONVILLE, MIINBESOT& 320"839-2583 _ , J grade point average of 2.67 to 3.66 MN State Patrol L STORE HOURS: Mo..Sat. 7,30am-1Opm Sun, 9am-OlZ i IkSl'ORE HOURS: Moo-Pt, S) A student who receives a "D", "F," or 'T' in any subject is not qualified for any Leona Faye Nygaard, Graceville, L   ,Z,  []  of the honor rolls. Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. .  ......... In The Milbank Mall We will be closed Wednesday, June 23 , In The Milbank Mall Thursday, June 24. Sale Starts 7:30 a.m. Page 8 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, June 22, 2010