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HONOR ROLL Ortonville High School 2009-2010 1st Quarter 7th Grade Superior Honor Roll A Honor Roll Gustafson, Mackenzie Mathes, Hannah Sitter, Daniel Weber, Andrew Westlund, Travis B Honor Roll Arndt, Stephanie Arndt,Tanner Bellefeuille, Alicia Chan, Alicia Danielson, Drew Emde, Nicole Eppel, Jerika Gulley, Jamie Haas, Austin Mulder, Garion Thomas, D'Laine Thompson, Riley 8th Grade Superior Honor Roll Adelman, Alexis Berdan, Katelyn Cloos, Isaac Kuechenmeister, Taylor Rushford, Samantha Weber, Abby A Honor Roll Eidem, Shawn Hoffman, Andrea Larson, Joseph Scholberg, Camille Taffe, Kelly B Honor Roll Anderson, Skyler Fredrichsen, Hanna Gere, Jacob Giese, Brenna Giese, Kirsten Hanson, Brooke Haukos, Anni,e Henrich, Adam Leuthardt, Tara Meyer, Erin Nitz, James Peterson, Rebecca Schumacher, Kenneth Strei, Shelby Taffe, J0nathon Teske, Joshua 9th Grade Superior Honor Roll Adelman, Carolyn Messmer, Morgan Roggenbuck, Jorden A Honor Roll Blake, Riley Hasslen, Jade Miller, Maria Schneider, Jenae Sorenson, Amber Sorenson, Cassandra B Honor Roll Baerwaldt, Megan Bousquet, Keinen Eustice, Hannah Fryer, Kendra Goergen, Amanda Griffith, Stefani Kampen, Erica Koch, Shannon Larson, Elijah Marsolek, Stanley Nelson, Nathan Ninneman, Breeahna Radermacher, Michaela Schake, Anthony Schoon, Austin Sitter, Paul Sparby, Heidi Swenson, Quincy Toner, Allyson Valek, Benjamin Westlund, Jeanette Zemke, Jackson 10th Grade Superior Honor Roll Berger, Rachel Carlson, Brandon Helgeson, Kara Knutson, Isaac Meyer, Kaitlyn Nelson, Brandon Roggenbuck, Dillan Stolpman, Bonnie A Honor Roll Jones, Taylor Koch, Dylan Larson, Alec Larson, Zachary Meyer, Courtney Meyer, Jacob Roscoe, Rikki B Honor Roll Barnhardt, Taylor Eastman, Destiny Eidem, Victor Giese, Emily Haugen, Jarett Henrich, Jacob Jensen, Taylor Kirchberg, Nicole Kirchberg, Vanessa Kortkamp, William Kottke, Kaitlyn Kuechenmeister, Trent Mastel, Danielle Mathes, Joseph Schafer, Trevor Tollakson, Caleb 11th Grade Superior Honor Roll Thune, Jonah A Honor Roll Adelman, Philip Berdan, Daniel Hoffman, Theresa Maas, Shane Messmer, Tate Vatek, Jessica B Honor Roll Adelman, Mallory Chitwood, Christopher Conroy, Lauren Cuneo, Dimitiri Frevert, Darshell Halvorson, Melissa Hartman, Luke Kellen, Joseph Lee, David Maas, Brittany Nelson, Kelsey Oakes, Isaac Peterson, Samantha Rausch, Thomas Scherer, Amber Schneider, Austin Schumacher, Stephanie Smith, Bonnie-Joy Taffe, Charles Walsh, Bridget Westlund, Ashley 12th Grade Superior Honor Roll Berdan, Keven Helgeson, Kaylee Winther, Michael A Honor Roll Gulley, Nicole Koch, Ashley Nelson, Anna Reisdorph, Kelsey Sitter, Natalie Spors, Chad Stattelman, Charles Stock, Bryn Strei, Andrew Weber, Emily B Honor Roll Baerwaldt, Marissa Chan, Kayla Delage, Ryan Eustice, John Gustafson, Nicole Koch, Dustin Larson, Aaron Lee, Michael Roscoe, Jesse Schumacher, Stacy Scoblic, Erika Swenson, Chelsey Thompson, RaeAnn Zahn, Tristan HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The Superior Honor Roll consists of those students who have eamed at least an A- in each academic class. The "A" Honor Roll includes students who have a grade point average of 3.67 or above.. In order to meet the requirements of the "B" Honor Roll, a student must have a grade point average of 2.67 to 3.66 A student who receives a "D", "F," or 'T' in any subject is not qualified for any of the honor rolls. DNR issues ice warning for aerated lakes The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) warns ice anglers, snowmobilers, skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts to use cau- tion when going onto any lake cov- ered or partially covered with ice, especially those that feature aeration systems. "Open water areas created by aera- tion systems can shift or change shapes depending on weather condi- tions," said Marilyn Danks, DNR aquatic biologist. "Leaks may develop in air lines creating other areas of weak ice or open water." About 285 Minnesota lakes will have aeration systems operating this winter. Private hatchery operators also use aeration systems, usually on small lakes without public accesses. Aeration systems generally operate from the time lakes freeze until ice break-up in the spring. They help pre- vent winterkill of fish, but they also create areas of open water and thin ice, which are significant hazards. Both "Thin Ice" and Warning" signs are used to identify aerated lakes. The person who applies for a permit is required to maintain "Warning" signs at all commonly used access points to the lake. This sign warns people approaching the lake that an aeration system is in oper- ation and to use extreme caution. "Thin Ice" signs are used to mark the perimeter of the thin ice and open water area. These signs are diamond shaped with an orange border and white background with the warning "Thin Ice" in bold print. It is the per- mittee's responsibility to post and maintain "Thin Ice" signs at 100-foot intervals. Some municipalities may have ordinances which prohibit enter- ing into the marked area and/or pro- hibit the night use of motorized vehi- cles on lakes with aeration systems in operation. These local regulations are often posted at accesses where they apply. Aeration systems are inspected for safety and compliance with regula- tions by permittees and DNR person- nel. For more information call a region- al fisheries office or the DNR Information Center at 651-296-6157 or toll free 888-MINNDNR (646- 6367). DNR question of the week Question: Now is the time of year when animals start looking for winter shelter. What is the best way to keep bats out of my house? Answer: The first step in excluding bats is to locate the entry points to your house. Bats can enter through holes as small as three-quarter inches, the diameter of a dime. Typical entry points include chimneys, louver fans, air intakes, exhaust vents, openings around plumbing, power or cable lines, spaces around doors and win- dows, and where exterior siding has shrank, warped or loosened. Close inspection during the day will help determine the exact location of these entry points. Caulk, weatherstripping, insulation materials, screening, steel wool, or even duct tape can be used to close these and other entry points. Efforts to bat-proof your home will also often improve its energy efficien- cy. Another good way to keep bats out of the interior of your home is to make sure doors to attics and basements are well sealed, and that dampers are kept closed when the chimney is not in use. Come enjoy Circle of Parents meettngs durtng December Circle of Parents® will be meeting three times in December. Meetings are held Monday nights at the United Methodist Church (803 Roy St) in Ortonville, located West of the hospi- tal. A free meal is served from 5:30- 6 p.m., and the parent meeting is held from 6-7 p.m. Free childcare called "Children's Time" is provided during the parent meeting. The Children's Time program is an enjoyable time for kids and volun- teers. The program involves making crafts, reading books, and playing games. If you are interested in becom- Ing a volunteer, please contact Karin Mack at 839-2111. No pre-registra- tion is required and there is no fee for attending. Circle of Parents® is for all people who are involved in raismg children of all ages including: single parents, two parent families, grandparents, foster parents, relatives, parents of toddlers, parents of teenagers, parents of adolescents, blended families, and anyone involved and concerned about raising healthy families and creating a supportive community for families are invited to attend. Circle of Parents® is a discussion group on how to be successful at creating healthy families and supportive com- munities. The theme for December is Dealing with the Holidays. Topics will include: • Dec 7-Dealing with the Holidays. • Dec. 14-MEN'S NIGHT. Calling all Dads to come make a Christmas gift and discuss parenting. This meet- ing is for all, not just men. • Dec. 21-PARTY! Feliz Navidad! Come enjoy tacos, pinatas, and a Mexican style Christmas! This is an Open House where everyone is wel- come whether you have attended before or not. Come check us out. For further information, call Cara at 273-2266. SHOOTING HER FIRST DEER on the last day of the firearms season was Mar), Kate Treinen of Ortonville. Mary Kate was hunting with her dad, Paul Treinen, when she shot this nice nine point buck weighing approximately 180 pounds. (Submitted photo.) I Checkour web site www, ortonvilleindependent, com Will be open starting Dec. 7th thru Dec. 31st, Monday and Wednesday from 9 AM to 5 PM Stop in and see us or call 320-839-3023 for appointments. 12 N 2nd Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 ...................... :ONTC:AL ......... HLY EVENTS ENDAR Kevin Bjordahl, MD Peter Reynen, MD Nanci Van Peursem, MD Crispin Webb, MD Kanya Vanadurongvan. MD Vichit Vanadurongvan. MD Terry Seeman, MD Milbank Area Hospital Avera Brenda Holscher, PA-C Patrick Dreis, PA-C Peggy Schuelke, CNP Susan Leddy, CNP Avera Waubay Clinic Avera Big Stone City Clinic Revillo Clinic Avera Avera Wilmot Clinic At Avera Milbank Medical Center and Milbank Area Hospital Avera, we're making a positive impact on the lives and health of our community. OUTREACH Todd~ Kurt Reder SPECIALISTS Cardiology Dr. Carpenter December3 (605) 432-4587 (~)~4587 Dietaw Julie Danielson, RD December 17 Consulting 0pthalmol0gy Dr. Wischmeier December 28 Dr.Richer, ~9 Pain Dr. Westbr0ok December 14 Management (605) 432-4587 (605) 432-5730 (~)432~ (605) 432-4538 Dr, Johns0n . ~8 (605)4324587 Psychology Dr. Buri December 1 & 15 (605) 886-5262 Dr. P~an ~3&17 (605) 886-9201 CAMPUS SERVICES t I0rthopedics - Dr, Seeman - Every Monday and Thursday at I the Hospital. Call (605) 432-4538. I Free Blood Pressure Screenings - 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month • 1:30- 5 p.m. at the Clinic Acute Clinic - every Saturday • 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Hospital Daily Services - Chemotherapy, Bone Density Scans, CT Scans, MRI Scans, Ultrasounds, Digital Mammography Nuclear Medicine - Every Monday Sleep Study Lab - Once per month. SATELLITE CLINICS • Avera Big Stone City Clinic - (605) 862-7999 • Revillo Clinic Avera - (605) 623-4695 • Avera Waubay Clinic - (605] 947-3422 • Avera Wilmot Clinic - (605) 938-4351 Avera Milbank Medical Center MilbankArea Hospital Avera PROGRESSIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve aluf Linda Ro~,,~eIlbuck 109 SE 2nd St.• Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2255 • Toll Free 888-819-2255 MBNK-9014-SE1109 Clinic: (605 432-4587 * Hospital: (605 432-4538 • www.AveraMilbank.org Tuesday, Dec. 1,2009 INDEPENDENT Page 3b ˘