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2011 Big Stone County Cancer Support Group Walk of Hope Strides of Hope Holly's Whispering Angels Kevin's Keepers Kellen's Deere Ones Fisher Girls Big Stone County Cancer Support Group Saturday, September 17, 2011 Clinton Crew Donnie's Deere Ones Scent-sations Happy Hopers Oldies But Goodies Breast Friends Walk of Hope Teams not pictured but have done or will be doing fundraising, etc for Big Stone County Cancer Support Group include: Helping Hands, Alice's Angels, Jean's Dream Team, Team A & W Darliss Cox Team Diane Kvidera-Survivor Speaker Lois Mastel - Survivor Speaker Darliss Cox, (R) - Survivor-Speaker with Betty Johnson Ernie Tharaldson .Survivor Speaker HILL MOTORS Dusty Hills, owner of Hill Motors in Or- tonville, has been a part of the community for al- most 15 years. It was in 1997 that Dusty opened his car business at its current location on Hilltop. Dusty has been in the car business for almost 22 years. His wife Joanie and son Steve, a fourth grader, reside in rural Ortonville. Their son Kyle is a member of the Ortonville Police Department, son Cole is employed at Saputo Cheese in Big Stone City, SD and daughter Casey is a student at the University of Minnesota-Crookston. All are graduates of Ortonville High School. Dean Eastman has been employed at Hill Mo- tors for 10 years, working on the vehicles. Barb Dockter has been employed at, Hill Motors for one year and helps with sales, as well as posting the vehicles at Hill Motors online. The internet is a new part of the business at Hill Motors. Dusty and his family are active members in Big Stone County 4-H. They have six horses that they show at horse shows and also sponsor different horse shows at their residence during the summer. They are active members in the community, at- tending many of the high school sporting events. Dusty does spend a good deal of time on the road, going to various auctions to find cars. They then fix and recondition them and give the con- sumer a good price on a vehicle. Dusty says that if they don't have the car you're looking for, they will try to find it. They also accept trade-ins. Dusty and his family are members of St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville. He says that busi- ness has been better than he ever expected. MOTORS "The community has been great at supporting our business," said Hills. "When we opened up in 1997, we didn't know what to expect, but it has exceeded all our expectations. We have very loyal customers and we thank everyone for their sup- port." Dusty is proud to be a part of the community and hopes to be around for a long time. HILL HILL MOTORS has been in business since 1997. Pictured from left to right are Dean Eastman and Joanie, Dusty and Steven Hills. The business is located at Hilltop in Ortonville. Help Us Help Our School! We '11 mal :e a $2 5.0 0 donation to Ortonville Area Schools for all new loans and/or ch,cking accounts opened! Loans must meet minimum underwriting criteria & checking accounts must have a debit card tied to it. All accounts must be opened between August 18 - September 30, 2011. II \\; / "Heritage of Excellence" II Member  I I'TT.,.-,,,,,. /',-,,, T,,,-,1 B,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,-,,,,sr //(,.,'D.,,I.- llgNWlstSt.Ortonville, MN56278 FDIC .[ - rlJ - .]Ltff[, .I,..dLL.,, Jkllgl Phone 320 839 6123 - T llFreel 0 - - o -8 0-335-8920 Page 12 t INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Sept. 27,2011