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ORTONVILLE'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM recently completed their season. Team members are pictured above. In front from left to right are Ashma Treinen, Brooke Christopherson, Rachel Gruenwald, Courtney Dawald, NickiNelson and Melissa Grabow. Back row left to right are Hannah Treinen, Samantha Peterson, Brittany Maas and Head Coach Sara Wollschlager. Not pictured are Marissa Baerwaldt, Bonnie-Joy Smith, Jessica Valek and Christine Wilding. r Christopherson named to All- Conference volleyball team Ortonville's varsity volleyball cial recognition to this years Captains z team held their Annual Awards Night Brooke Christopherson and Ashma : on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 6 pm in the • Treinen, and also recognized this OHS commons area. years seniors: Ashma Treinen, Brooke . All players grades 9-12 and their Christopherson, Courtney Dawald, parents were invited to attend the Melissa Grabow, Nicole Nelson, and k\\;' potluck supper. Rachel Gruenwald. \\;N Award winners for varsity were Selected as Captains for the 2009 Best Passer-Rachel Gruenwald; Best Varsity season were juniors Hannah Setter-Brooke Christopherson; Best Treinen and Marissa Baerwaldt. Hitter-Nicole Nelson; Best Blocker- "I would like to thanks the parents Hannah Treinen; and Best Server- for the support throughout the sea- Brooke Christopherson. son," said Coach Sara Wollschlager. Named to the All-Conference team "Also to the assistant coaches for their was Brooke Christopherson, while hard work and dedication to the pro- Rachel Gruenwald and Hannah gram, and to the players for the work Treinen received Honorable Mention. put into the program this year." Coach Sara Wollschlager gave spe- Ill ,n.e00en0ent.0s Get .ot,ce0 II (You re reading this one aren t you?) • i G LAC IAL4, AKE.S ;  Orthopaedic Surgery &Sports Medicine Seeing patients•twice a month at the OrtonvilleHospitaL ' Call L0ri Lirson @ 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763. Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, S D .  WE ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT-, ,: . Office Hours. :;i i, i Mon.thru. to5pii  ; • MNIJ.Vmr, M.D. GemldM. Rbber, MJ). Fri.8a.m.to4p.rn. " m m ----- 5TH ANNUAL -------'--" i i Veterans Day t-rogram Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008 OrtonviIle High School Auditorium beginning at 1:30 PM m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m l/ i m m Prelude ................................ Ortonville High School Band  directed by-Matthew Lamb i" "''" r Posting of the Colo s ........ VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Army National Guard Welcome ...................... ,...Master Sgt. Stacey Gustafson NCOIC-SW Recruiting Team Army National Guard "Star Spangled Banner". ................................... ,OHS Band directed by Matthew Lamb "Heart of America"...... ........................ Junior High Choir by Teresa Jennings directed by Wayne Huselid Readers Theater Program ............................. OHS Media Production Class, Elementary Students and OHS Grads "America the Beautiful". ............................ Concert Choir arranged by Carmen Dragon directed by_ & Teena Chinn Wayne Huselid Brass Quintet ...... Matt &Laura Lamb, Don Donais, Daniel Swartos, Richard Schneck "Taps" Report......Lindsey Thymian, '08 OHS Grad Closing ................................ Master Sgt. Stacey Gustafson Taps " Retiring of the Colors ...... VFW & Ladies Auxiliary. Army National Guard Postlude ......................................................................... .OHS Band directed by Matthew Lamb Bellingham School news I THANKS HALLOWEEN MOMS THANKS to the dedicated Halloween Moms, for one last SPOOKtacular Halloween party at BES. You made this one, one of your BEST! It was lots of fun and there were tons of kids who enjoyed it. Our sincere thanks to Lu Radermacher, Dawn Maatz, Ciska Goerres and Donna Kirchberg for the whole week you spent transforming our BES hallways with your magical touches. The only thing these Moms ask in return for all their hard work, is that the BES kids get to do something REALLY special with the proceeds of the evening. When our staff decides what that event will be, you will know by the Paw Print. THANK YOU for all the years you have made Halloween such a memorable event for our school kids (and staff)! We are so lbcky to have you in our community! STUDENTS: Please remember to wear RED, WHITE and BLUE to school the day of the Veteran's Day Program. THANK YOU A HUGE thank you to the parents, kids and teachers that worked for the Halloween party at the Bellingham School on Friday night. A special thanks to the many families, teachers and the State Bank of Bellingham for donating cakes, cupcakes, cookies and candy. Thank you to Madison Bottling for their pop donation. You all made it a'huge success ! The proceeds will be used for a special activity for the students at BES this year. The Halloween Committee (aka "The Witches") would like to thank SMSU Jazz Ensemble to perform Under the direction of Dr. John Ginocchio, the Southwest Minnesota State University's Jazz Ensemble will present a concert on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium in Dawson. The concert is part of the 2008- 2009 performing arts season of Dawson-Boyd Arts Associatiom This concert has been designated as a fundraiser for the Stage Curtain pro- ject. The SMSU Jazz Ensemble per- forms a variety of standard and new jazz works of all difficulty levels and styles. Emphasis is placed on the authentic performance of this truly American style of music and enhanc- ing technical and theoretical'skills associated with playing this music. As part of the Guest Artist Series the Jazz Ensemble hosts and performs with guest jazz performers from around the country. Recent guests have included: Dr. Michael. Flack, jazz pianist, music educator, and leader of the Chicago Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra and Mr. Larry McWilliams, Director of Jazz Studies at Ball State University and professional jazz trfimpet player. Ginocchio is in his second year as the Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music at SMSU. In addi- tion to the Jazz Ensemble, he directs the Star of Minnesota Marching Band, the Mustang Pep Band, the SMSU Symphonic Band and the SMSU Community Concert Band. He also teaches private lessons on trombone, euphonium and tuba. Ginocchio is a co-founder and clinician of the Minnesota Area Conducting Workshop. He holds degrees from Ball State University and Indiana University. He has performed as a member of the Southwest Minnesota Orchestra and Muncie Symphony Orchestra and has played tuba for the Bernish Brass Quintet. Prior to the SMSU Jazz group's performance, the Dawson-Boyd High School Jazz Combo will .perform, under the direction of Kevin Szumal. For more information, contact the box office at 320-769-2955 Ext 246 or check the website at www.dawson Birthdays As taken from the Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Nov. 4 Joy Bergland Nustad, Gregg Lindahl, Harold Hippie, Jessie Pulskamp, Roman Taffe, Patty Haukos, Vern Nickolauson, Ethan Moudry Wednesday, Nov. 5 Julie Fridgen Croatt, Lori Rothi Coady, Eric John Geier, Jennifer Berning Cronen, Mindee Lovgren, Scott Karels, Taylor Jones, Norm Shelsta, Anne Fremo Schmieg Thursday, Nov. 6 Eric Randleman, Beth Byre, Ladonna Klapel, Devin Nicole Wade, Dale Athey, Heidi Roggenbuck, Daniel Amberg Friday, Nov. 7 Scott Dahle, Tabatha Jo Van m mm m mm mm 1/ i i i i mm m mm mm m 13 i i i Hout, Jesse Cloos, Judy Gere, Pat Cornelisen, Gerald Longhenry, Riley James Rethamel, Sara Nelson, Blaufuss, Shelly Berning, Marlyce Thompson, Birkley Herberg Saturday, Nov. 8 Darren Knutson, Sheri Anne Layne, Bill Watson, Bonita Swezey, Derek Cornelisen, Shelby Jo Strei, Tom Kaye Sunday, Nov. 9 Betty Reinke, Brian Carlson, Benjamin Kasper, Renee Athey, Bud Hans Monday, Nov. 10 Trenton Daniel Oakes, Bradley Thymian, Janell Audette, Linda Parker Schmidt, Gretl Nippoldt, Kim Benkowski Essington, Deb Kasper, Robin Tietjen, Troy Spanton Tuesday, Nov. 11 Norbert Kelzer, Douglas Alan Wiley, Carol Karn, Michael James Pavin, Kyle Robert Kolb, Philip Ziegler, Bonnie Jo Minahan Bezalske, Brett Alan Danielson, Janine Teske, Stacy Hynnek Schmidt, Holly Geyer, Daniel Spors, Terry Robert Nelson ___ ,, 7 everyone for the generous donations over the past 10 years. Costume contest winners: Funniest: Jasmine Sletten; Scariest: Kelsey Ehrenberg; Cutest: Grace Adelman; Adult: Ciska Goerres; Boy prize: Andrew Weber; Girl prize: Kayla Jahn; Candy guess: Zakari Angelo and Annika Trygestad. November Days Off We will have three days off in • November. They are Monday, Nov. 3 for a teacher in-service day and Thursday, Nov. 27 Thanksgiving Day and Friday, Nov. 28 Thanksgiving vacation. FYI: Christmas vacation is scheduled for a noon dismissal on Tuesday, Dec. 23 and we will return to school on Monday, Jan. 5. Our Christmas concert is on the calendar for Thursday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. Youth Leadership Experience The 5th and 6th graders are participating in a Youth Leadership experience through the U of M Ext., LqP County. Only six counties in the state are taking part in this eight session program. This experience will help them learn about themselves as well as about leadership. Leadership is seen as a journey and we want to help youth find their leadership on their I individual journey. Through this experience, the goal is that the youth will discover their leadership potential. MaryAnn Anderson is our instructor. School Calendar Thurs., Nov. 6: P/T Conferences Fri., Nov. 7:3 p.m. GBB Breakfast Menu Monday - NO SCHOOL. Tuesday - cereals, donuts, juice and milk. Wednesday - cereals, pancakes, sausages, juice and milk. Thursday - cereals, strudel, fruit cup, juice and milk. Friday - cereals, yogurt, granola bars, juice and milk. Lunch Menu Monday - NO SCHOOL. Tuesday - spaghetti, cooked carots, peaches, jello, bread and milk. Wednesday - chicken sandwiches, french fries, applesauce, bread and milk. Thursday- 4-cheese bread with dipping sauce, lettuce salad, apple slices with caramel dip, bread and milk. Friday - hotdogs, mac-n-cheese, apple crisp, bread and milk. WE LOVE SCHOOL (and lunchtime) READY TO "MIX IT UP" are the mascots from Saturdays Minnesota- Northwestern football game. Willie Wildcat, left, and Goldy Gopher, right, eye each other down while entertaining the crowd. The Gophers lost the contest 24-17 as Northwestern scored on an interception return with 12 seconds left in the game. Attending the game were Mike Swenson of The •Independent, Jay Stock and Brai] Rieck of Ortonville, Jim and Tanner Teske of Clinton and Josh Teske of Odessa. • Accepts most digital media • Zoom and crop • Eliminate red eye • Adjust brightness • Scan old pictures to duplicate • Print assorted collages on 4x6 or 5x7 media • Greeting card and frame options • Make 5x7 enlargements • Burn CDs/DVDs • Print an index print • 8 second print time • REASONABLE per print pricing and reduced prices on larger quantities • FAST AND EASY[ i I000oK 10rr0M l00uvs Tuesday, Nov. 4,2008 00INDEPENDENT Page 7