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IS FOR NEWSPAPER is what Ortonville kindergarten students learned last week. To learn more about rs and how they are made, the students toured the Ortonville Independent newspaper office and dant on Ortonville&apos;s main street. They watched the web printing press print the Wilmot Enterprise received a copy of the paper. report Kari Beran Educator, Health & Nutrition County Extension Service 10 E Hwy 28, Suite 1 Morris, MN 56267 320 589-7423 GREAT TO GET you know that Americans than : ::: : ::: ,,:  :. ;.;: . eyery : ii:/" minute ij: i ::(: i! tter? In mericans : 33! 5 gallons :  water !!ii "., 'p :i aranK ::: ons is iness. yet kay have the recent news stories recommended 8 eight-ounce Water being over done. Well, it done. Yes, we can get these reports were stating we eat, but we still need to glasses of water for our is an essential nutrient for It hydrates us, transports and oxygen to all parts of the waste from the body temperature, it to burn fat, and it is a appetite suppressant. Our body water, which is the most in the body. think that if I drink when my body is getting the needs. The reality is that if to drink water when you are thirsty, it's too late. Your body will already be starting dehydrate when you get this response. Dehydration can increase strain on your cardiovascular system, brain, and organs as well as cause the early signs of poor concentration, muscle cramps, and fatigue. When you are exercising you need more water intake than the eight. You also need more water if you are ill or it is hot outside. So, when you are starting to plan your health resolutions after the holida',rs keep these water mtake guidelines in mind. Two hours before you start your exercise workout or your sports event drink two cups water. Every 10-15 minutes during : workout drink about a 1/2 cup ' water so you keep ahead of your thirst. Cool water of 40-50 degrees is considered the best for drinking. Lastly, here are some tips for buying and storing bottled water you may use: Read the label carefully and it should say, "bottled at the source." The source should be a specific location. Check if the bottle says IBWA, which stands for International Bottled Water Association, for this label guarantees that the level of any contaminants in the water are below the Food and Drug Administration standards. When possible buy refrigerated bottled water and keep it refrigerated. Storage at or above room temperature promotes bacterial growth and can increase the leaching of plastic contaminants into the water. If you are reusing a bottle to carry water, make sure it is thoroughly washed, especially the rim to prevent high levels of bacteria growth. Kari Beran is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Health and Nutrition serving the West Central District that inc}udes Big Stone County. ( There will be an open house gathering for Dr. Bryan Delage on Saturday, Dec. 14 from i:00 to 4:00 PM at the New Life Community Baptist Church in Ortonville. Punch and coffee N will be served! / I II If you're 50 or older, you're in the money! SIZES OF STORAGE AREAS: 10'x10' "10'x20' o10'x30' Richard and Nancy Annett. Owners Phone (320) 639-2469 or (605) 432-6443 HIGHWAY 75 NORTH ORTONVILLE, MN S6278 ! l hen you insure .ll..your home with us, through Auto-Chvners Insurance Compare; we'll save you money! Statistics show that your age group experiences fewer; less-costly losses, allowing US tO pass the " savings on to you. Contact our agenw today for a customized proposal on your homeowners insurance protection. Tom Kindt Agency ! 13 Nag First Street Ortonvtle. MN Lcated m the Cenlnk butidmg Phone 320-839-6145 I Matching grant received from Catholic Aid Assn. Members of the St. John Catholic Aid council of St. John's parish held a matching grant fundraiser to benefit the parish's religious education pro- gram. Catholic Aid's Matching Grant Program supports Catholic Schools and Religious education by providing matching grants of up to $1,000, depending upon the amount of funds raised by the Catholic Aid Local Council. The Catholic Aid Members held a raffle during the fall bazaar in September as. a Matching Grant fundraiser. The Local Council raised the required amount to receive the Matching Grant of $1,000.00 that is provided by Catholic Aid. Catholic Aid is a non profit frater- nal life insurance and benefit associa- tion headquarters in St. Paul. It has more than 76,000 members in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North and South Dakota and Iowa. In addition to its Matching Grant Program, Catholic Aid sponsors many other fraternal programs and activities, which include a college scholarship program and a benevolent program for mem- bers in need. St. John Catholic Aid Council #349 recently formed their own coun- cil at St. John's Catholic Church and is looking torward to the many ways Catholic Aid can serve their parish in the future. The St. John Council #349 Council FATHER BOB GOBLIRSCH (PASTOR) is shown receiving check from Mike Bredeck (Field Representative for CAA) Left-right Rent, e Eustice (Fraternal Secretary) Veronica Adelman (Recordin Secretary) Irvin Adelman (President) Lon Moen (Vice-President) Paul Treinen (Youth Liaison) Not Pictured: Candee CIoos (Treasurer) DelRose Karels (Auditor) Dorothy Gmiterko (Auditor) Joe Eutice (Auditor) would publicly like to thank the Catholic Aid Association for the 'Matching Grant Money and Mike Bredeck (Field Representative) for all he did to make this possible. Also, thank you to the manv v(l- unteers who helped make the |Mile a huge success. FIFTH GRADE GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM OF ORTONVILLE won the Hardee's Tournament in Milhank on Saturday, Oct. 26th. They beat 2 Milbank teams, Wilmot and Clear Lake to have the only undefeated record, Back row: Neely Johnson, Natalie Sitter, Dulce Becurrill, Alissa Tinklenberg, Kelsey Reisdorph, Kaylee H'elgeson and Ashley Koch. Front row: Kayla Holker, Ashley Arndt, Ashley Eastman, Alicia Wildung, RaeAnn Thompson, Kayla Mielitz, Alex Hoye and Nicole Kelzer. Congratulations! Here's Even More to S:00nJle About! Your Digital Cable Service Has Pu'rived. Midcontinent Communications is proud to be a part of your community. We are currently ready to install Digital Cable 1,/in your horn e, featuring over 200 exciting channels of movies, sports, music, pay-per-view and specialty channels. And very soon, we'll also be able to connect you to MidcoNet' High Speed Intemet, the fastest Internet in town! Call today and GET HOOKED! 1-800-888-1300 Midcontinent COMMUNICATIONS www.midcocomm.com Dec. 10, 2002 "< INDEPENDENT Page 3b