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SECOND ANNUAL WILD GAME FEED GOLF TOURNAMENT was held on Sunday, Oct. 3 at the Ortonville Golf Course. Shown above is the first place team. From left to right are Keith Giese, Darwin Asmus, Nancy Skalbeck and Mark Gere. Two of last year's winnings teams by Ed & Renie Kiernat. defended their 'titles' at the Big Stone Winning the dubious honors of sec- Health Care Foundation's 19th Annual ond to the last place and a dozen of last Oak Tree Classic Golf Tournament. year's Oak Tree Classic golf balls was Taking first place again this year was the team of Mary Ross, Ali Ross and the team of Mark Amundson and Dan Becky Walsh. The Knutson Farms and Luke Kafka. Second place honors team of Michelle and Abby Knutson went to another team featuring father and Elaine Martig won gift bags for and son; John and Jon Sovell with Jim being the best scoring women's team. Geier. And the third place finishers The BSHCF Board of Directors and were once again, Chris Batchelor, the Oak Tree Committee want to thank Wade VanDover and Josh Zinksi. all the sponsors, golfers, silent auction Other big winners of the day were bidders, volunteers and the entire crew Eric Banken, who won the 2006 EZ Go at the Golf Course who make the Oak Golf cart, which was first prize in the Tree such a successful 'fundraiser. raffle drawing. Deb Larson of Or- Hole in One Sponsors: Big Stone tonville won the 2nd prize custom set Therapies/OccuPro, Inc., Border States of men's golf clubs with self-standing Cooperative, Conroy Eye Care, bag and woods covers, Mary Ross won OAHS, Ortonville Hardware Hank, the TaylorMade Golf bag, Chuck Na- Pizza Ranch-Ortonville and Ransch talie won the CharBroil Gas Grill and Brothers. Tim Dolan of Appleton won the Weath- Hole and Ladies Tee Box Sponsors: erby 12 gauge shotgun. Cash prizes of Ameriprise Financial, A.O.S., Ash & $100 and $50 went to Jennifer Wiik Reedstrom Attorneys, Barr's Electric, and Steve Barr respectively. Benson Family Dental Care, CenBank, Hole prizes for men and women Clinton State Bank & Insurance, Dallas went to Jake Rushford (Longest Drive- I. Hanson Construction, Eide Bailly, Men), Michela Rausch (Longest Drive- Ellingson's Inc. Hartman's SuperValu Women), Dr. Greg Peterson (Longest Foods, Hasslen Construction Corn- Putt-Men), Abby Knutson (Longest pany, James Karnik, Mike Newman, Putt-Women), Chet Messmer (Closest Lakewood Supper Club & Sioux His- to Pin on #6-Men), Mary Ross (Clos- toric Pavilion, Milbank Ford, Min- est to Pin on #17-women). Chet also nwest Insurance Agency, Northern received the extra $50 for being clos- X-Ray, Ophthalmology Associates, est to the pin on Hole 6 which is do- Prolmage Partners, Sanford Health, nated by Ideacom Mid America. Putt Stattelman Lumber, Steven Winther, for the Project winner was Dr. Bryan DDS, Transmed, Inc., Valley Office Delage who won half of the $390 pot, Products and West Central Radiologi- which he donated back to the Founda- cal Associates. tion. Elaine Martig won the 42" Plasma Raffle Prize Donors: Ortonville screen TV and Dr. Greg Peterson won Hardware Hank (gas grill) Dr. Robert the Stoeger 12 gauge shotgun donated Ross; Charles A. Natalie (hand crafted If golf clubs) and Prolmage Partners (golf bag). Silent Auction Donors: Ameriprise Financial, Big Stone Lake Area Cham- ber, Big Stone Lake Area Radio, Big Stone Therapies, Birdfeeder (Big Stone), Caity Barr Photography, Carl- son Dnag, Cenex Convenience Store, Cha-Che's Caf6, Club 7-75, Elling- son's, Inc., Gene & Cheryl Hausauer, Hair Classics, Headwaters Grill & Bar, Hilltop Video, Java Jules, JDRC Rods, Lakeshore RV Park, Larrie Bea Oase, Liebe Drug, Once & Again, Ortonville Flower Shop, Ortonville PrO Shop, Pro Auto, Pioneer Public TV, Progressive Collision & Glass, RJB Trucking, Sally Rakow, Refuge Bar, River Street Brewing, Rolling Acres Boutique, Lisa Ross, Jayne & Scott Stecker, Stoney Run Lodge, Valley Queen Cheese and Barb & Ken Voecks. Other Sponsors: MinnWest Bank (Beverage Tickets), Northside Medical Center PLC-Physician Group & Or- tonville Independent (Golf Balls) and Ortonville Liquor, Lisa Ross and JoLee's (gift bags). Volunteers: Ginger Athey, Sharon Botker, Jerry & Marge Dragseth, Deb Ellingson, Steve Hennen, Dawn Leger, Kristi Lillehaug, Kathy Meyer, Larde Bea Oase, Aidan Rakow, Rob Rakow, Sharon Scoblic, April Staehling, Jayne Stecker, Lynn Thomas, Brian Valek and Barb Voecks. Monday Nite - 9/27/2010 Won Lost Mt Dew ...................................... 10 2 Larry's ....................................... .9 3 Precision Glass ........................... 7 5 Otrey Lake ................................ .6 6 Minnwest ................................... 6 6 Dummy ...................................... .5 7 Ortonville Independent ............ .3 9 Pepsi ........................................... .2 10 HTSG: Precision Glass - 872; HTSS: Pepsi- 2469; HTHG: Minnwest - 1065; HTHS: Minnwest - 3110; HISG: Jared Heck- 231; HISS: Jared Heck - 592; HTHG: Scott Roelke-259; HTHS: Scott Roelke-687. ORTONVILLE FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS rode on the Ortonville fire truck leading cheers during the Homecoming parade held last Friday. TAKING SECOND PLACE in the Wild Game Feed GolfTournament last Sunday were from left to right, Wayne Frette, Denise Frette, Jim Geier and Roger Hanson. Everyone was treated to a delicious menu of wild game fol- TU rkey wi n ners at lowing the tournament Graceville Gun Club THIRD PLACE WINNERS in the 2nd Annual Wild Game Feed Golf Tournament were, from left to right, Tom Kramer, Joe Berning, Sharon and Bernie Kirchberg. The tournament was held on Sunday, Oct. 3. Rtmt Beginning MS-ROM (Muscle Strength-Range of Motion) and YOGA CLASS SCHEDULES MS-ROM YOGA Tuesdays 9:00 to 10:00 AM Tuesdays 10:00 to 11:00 AM Thursdays 1:00 to 2:00 PM Thursdays 2:00 to 3:00 PM Saturdays 9:00 to 10:00 AM Saturdays 10:00 to 11:00 AM If you belong to the "SILVER SNEAKERS " (65 and older), these classes are FREE to you! Members of Fitness First - $2 per class or purchase $20 Punch Card Non-Members of Fitness First - $5 per class or purchase $50 Punch Winners have been announced at the Graceville Gun Club's final Turkey Shoot on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Raffle winners: Rifle-Jacob Peder- son, Gun Cabinet-Jennette Stotesbery, $50-Wyle Pullis, Turkeys-Kent Mor- rill, Marty Petersen, Bryan Johnson, Delmer Hauschild. Turkey Winners for Sept. 28 were: Bryan Johnson, Billy Glasnow-3, Taner Ward, Tanner Arndt, Dennis Pullis, Tommy Ward, Marty Petersen- 2, roman Reinart-2, Artie Am&, Har- ris Selvig-2, Gary Johnson-3, Jacob Pederson, Doug Johnson-2, Nick Kleindl, Joe Reinart, Kyle Spaulding, Jacob Thorstad, Lucas Koch, Neil Brandt, Mike Adelman, Mike O'Niell- 2, Kyle Gillespie, Clayon Brobst, A J O'Neill-3, Dent Morrill, Scott Bauer, Brittany Jorgenson, Chris Athey, Pete Vangsness-2, Tracy Casper, Harry Fis- cher, Rollie Bauer-2, Darrel Shippy-2. The Gun Club had a very good year. They thank you for your support. Trojan JV football drops two games The Trojan junior varsity football team hosted the Clinton-Graceville- Beardsley (CGB) Wolverines on Mon- day, Sept. 20 and lost a close game 8-0. This was a defensive battle or both teams as the game stayed scoreless until the fourth quarter when CGB scored a touchdown on a sweep. The two-point conversion was good. "We were able to march down the field and have an opportunity to try to tie the game," said Coach Bob Foley. "But our pass for the tying touchdown was intercepted in the end zone with a little over a minute left. CGB then ran the clock and won the game 8-0?' On Monday, Sept. 27 the Trojans hosted the Dawsrfi,Boyd Blackjacks, The blackjacks scored early and often as they ended the game with a score of 48-0. The JV team traveled to Maynard for a game against the MACCRAY Wolverines on Monday, Oct. 4 and will play their final game of the sea- son on Monday, Oct. 11 against Lake- view in Cottonwood. ANNIE HAUKOS of the Trojans placed first in the junior high race at the Ortonville Invitational Cross Country Meet held on Monday, Sept. 27 at the Ortonville Golf Course. School menu Tuesday, Oct. 5: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Toasted English Muffin, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Bacon Cheeseburger, K-3 Cheeseburger, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices. Wednesday, Oct. 6: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Breakfast Hot Pocket, Applesauce, Milk. Lunch: Spaghetti Hot Dish, Garlic French Bread, Garden Salad, Fresh Baby Carrots, Pineapple Tidbits. Thursday, Oct. 7" Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Waffle Sticks, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. Lunch: Hot Dog on a Bun, 4-12 Curly Fries, K-3 Smiley Fries, Baked Beans, Diced Peach Sauce. Friday, Oct. 8: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Trix Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Cheese Dippers, Pizza Sauce Dip, Cheesy Broccoli, Rasp- berry Sherbet. Monday, Oct. ll: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Raised Donut, Diced Peach Sauce. Lunch: Fiesta Pizza, Lettuce, Salsa, Fresh Baby Carrots, Pineapple Sauce, Pudding. Tuesday, Oct. 12: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Banana, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Breaded Beef Patty, K-3 Beef Sticks, Gold Fish Graham's, THIS IS NO TRICK! The entire month of October New patients will receive... Complete Health History Orthopedic & Neurological Exa. Initial X-Rays (if necessary) Report of Findings For a $25.00 donation to Biq Stone Cancer from A , bZe*o ,a, at a,,, Missy - 320.306.1462 cell time, if staffed hourS ,t o,klo,,ou: Colette - 701.866.2284 cell BOWING FOUNDATION WALLS? SETTLING FOUNDATION? FREE ESTIMATES " RitlNOATION Yb'TEH INC. Quality We Can Guarontee FEATURING: Halloween treats & Games Prizes for the best costume and for the person who can guess the weight of our giant pumpkin IIIIIIIIIII IIIII!11 II IIIIII ' Chance Haugen I I Health Center , 2M Street SiG TOH[ l 487- I010 ICIIIIIOI ACTI, "lh HEALTH l appointment ,~ ~NT~Jt[ N Ill 1 i 1 ill II II Page 2b INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010