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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apdi 10, 2003 week for road dept. iCoimty Commissioners ap- ~solution at Monday's meet- the work schedule for ray department workers. change is on a trial ,,rs okay 4-day Health Fair set for Saturday, April 26 class be reviewed and possibly revised. He requested an executive session to discuss legal matters. Carla Waugh, county clerk, was also present in the session. No action was taken. An executive session was held by commissioners with Miller and Waugh present to discuss non-elected person- nel. No action was taken. Commissioners present at this meet- ing were Frank Langer, Doyle Alcorn and Stanley Colson. FSA News hours from 6:30 a.m. through Thursday. is to run from April with commissioners re- the schedule at that time. The and general su- will remain as be- James Vaughan, aste director, reviewed the • March and to the facilities. ;ulations con- at C and partment, HIPPA training book. Johnson, Sellers Tractor ,ted with the commissioners. By Jim Peroutek, Jewell County ~A Director Illl CRP Refunds USDA began issuing refunds to producers who were assessed payment reductions in 2002 for emergency haying or grazing on CRP acreage. The refund is another key element of relief the Agricultural Assistance Act of 2003. The local FSA office recently issued $28,283 of refunds to Jewell County producers. Conservation work If you are participating in EQIP be advised to complete the 2003 year prac- tices outlined in your conservation plan. Once the practices are completed, bring receipts into the service center. FSA is also issuing Form AD-245 to producers for wildlife food plot ar- eas which will need seeded this spring. Once you have the practice seeded complete the form and return to our ofl]ce. We cannot issue the annual CRP payment due in October until you have certified that the Wildlife Food Plot practice is completed• 4-H News road and bridge problems. ~ril payroll would be 'roll deduction for ant- advised Foster called about the road and reported that it was a Foster said plans are to put on this road. 'requested an executive ses- Commissioners to discuss Carla Waugh, was also present. No ; taken alter the session. dated March 20 and bills April 7 were paid as 56,668.60; Noxious ;7; Appraiser 7,423•32; )mcnt 758.79; 911 and Bridge 75,286.80; th 11,239.72; Ambulance 5,624.91 ; Pay- earing 70,420.89. Total 55. 0st, sheriff, reviewed a con- agreement for deputy sheriff w md police officer retention reement. Ost requested o a Hindsight- ital Voice Call Re- Electronics from The recorder is able to channels and the ".UlXlates are free for the li fe of The quote is for one year two year warranty is a • The quote from Pierce lbr this equipment, which is $9,724. Ost n uther models but they were ssioners agreed to 1 Meier, EMS. reported 52 month of March with lied out and $10,236 re- mrs. Meier suggested ii Mankato Eager Beavers 4-H The March meeting of the Mankato Eager Beavers was held at the Man- kate Elementary School library. Roll call was what was done for.4-H Club Day, and was answered by'16 mem- bers, three leaders and two tag-a-longs. Leaders report due date lor orders for butter braids and fruit; Family Fun Night; possibility of a camping trip, May 3, which is the same day as Lovewcll Lake's Kids Day. Program included a he,'dth and safety talk by Tyler, music by Bianca, a talk by Clara and recreation by Da- kota. Mankato Garden Club has brunch The Mankato Garden Club met April I at the Pine Haven Ik~r a 9 a.m. brunch with 13 members present. Brenda Enyeart is a new member. A thank you card from Ahna Tyler was read. May 6 is a tour to Superior. Hostesses were BarbaDa Thomas • =,T r, ent ~!~ EMT ~ aw, j MerlaHut~:~t.~ , ~ ........ Plans continued for the Nuckolls County Health and Wellness Fair to be Saturday, April 26 at the Nuckolls County Fair Grounds when the Human Interagency Services met recently at Brodstone Hospital. The CMP Blood Profile requires 12 hours fasting prior to having blood drawn. Water and prescriptions are allowed. Another test available is an osteoporosis screening to measure bone mineral density on the heal through ultrasound. Additional health checks include blood pressure and skin screening. Several booths on such topics as diabetes, cardiology, home health care and advance directive will be occupied by the hospital medical staff as well as from REAP, the Senior Services, Ev- ery Woman Matters, Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism, the Crisis Preg- nancy Center, Safe Kids, Hastings Respite Care, Home Care Unlimited, Hospice of NE, South Heartland Dis- trict Health Department,CAPP, Nuck- oils County Sheriff Department, Vo- cational Rehabilitation, Total Fitness, SASA, Peggy Meyer and Phyllis Schoenholz. Arrangements /br the handy bus from Superior or Nelson to the fair grounds has been made. Call 879- 4679 by Friday, April 25 tbr an ap- pointment and the cost. Door prizes will be given away and a light brunch will be available for a free will donation. The Star Care helicopter will ar- rive at approximately 8 a.m, and leave at 9:30 a.m. Other business at the meeting in- cluded welcoming Father Luther, Jenny Hatzenbueler, a practicum student from CCC working with Head Start, and Dixie Zoucha, Wellness Coordinator tk~r South Heartland District Health Department, who addressed the group regarding what the health department is doing and goals lbr the future. Peggy Meyer is now a new member of the SHDHD board. " Members of the 2003 Mankato Golf team are (back row, from left) Coach Blanchart, Landon Winslow, Stewart Jenson, Jason Fiavin, Vincent Urbaniak, Cortney Alexander, Nick Newell, (front row) Ericka Melby, Sara Christie, Clara Collins, Tanner Dauner, Daniel Badger and Kelsy True. Shawna Robbins and. Adam Hamilton are not pictured. Jury, duty list disclosed for April These Jewell County residents have been summoned lbr jury duty: Vehna L. Smack, Murdoch lan Tremblay, Jeanine R. Kintigh, Marie 1. Logan, Sarah J. $chlotterback, Kathleen A. Burgess, Delbert E. Roper, Marvin James Boyles, Shirley Lea Doxon, Susan I. Frasier, Carole Suc Simon, Jean M. Davis, Lannis P. Bolte, Donald G. Dunn, Kathy S. Stewart, Vernon R. Snide,', Penny Surmeier, Rita J. Allen, Randy Lee Sibley, Therese Lynn Frost, Michael K. From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Extension Agent ,i Over an eight-week stretch this fall, 69 year old Jim Hujing, Lindsborg, walked nearly eight miles a day or430 miles, about the distance across the state of Kansas. Last summer Jody Sellers, Council Grove, completed a 26.2 mile rnara- thon as part of a charity run. Five days a week, rain or shine, Roxann Kincade, Olathe, lifts weights for 30 minutes in the morning, and walks an hour in the evening. sas State Upiversity~ "When people start a physical activity program and gradually build up to the amount of activity that these folks are doing, it's very helpful to them physically and rnentally." The National Centers for Disease Control an6kPrevention recommends 30 minutes of moderate exercise, at least five days a week, to gain the full health benelits of exercise. Estabrooks hasn't seen any infor- mation that suggests there are any nega- tive outcornes of 30 minutes of physi- cal activity on most days of the week for as many years as you live• It i~possible to exercise tot) much, ate, such as excessive weight loss in conjunction with anorexia or other eat- ing disorders. On average, people dol/'l exercise too nluch, but one mistake some make is doing too much, tOO soon. lfyotFre just starting a physical aclivity pro- gnnn, you should be doing the recom- mended 30 minutes a day, five tin}~, a week of moderate exercise. You shoi,,ld, begin slowly, with a mild m n/oderatc intensity, and maybe begin withjusl t 0 tel5 minutes a few days a wcck and gradually build from there'. In addition to increasing activity gradually, listen Io your body. Some . ,, Eckhardt, Lori Ann Morrell, Shirle, y,_ 6.5 attend Lutn.eran~gh.~,n, Robe._a J. Partridge, Women's event A total of 65 people attended a potluck supper Ik)r the annual Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church spring event in Mankato, Program included a skit by Marlys Jensen and Barbara Thomas who also introduced the Mankato High School Swing Choir. Loreita Dunstan pre- sented a mother's view of her daughter's China trip and Mindy Dunstan presented an account of her last surnmer's mission trip to China. Anna Morgan Standley won the door prize of hand painted glasses. Hostesses were Marilou Becker, Helen Ah lan and Frances Weaverlmg. Ronald Roy Michael, Teresa A. Shipley, Teresa Anne Norris, Bruce W. Stafford, Leonard E. Wilson, Sondra S. Decker, Keith E. Roe, Deanna L. Hutchison, Edwin C. Seamans, Janet L. Elwell, Lori A. Zadina, Donald C. Johnson, Carl T. Waugh, Morris L. Hilhnan and Todd E. Adolph. Parents as teachers By Amanda Anderson Toys encourage talking Good first bi rthday presents are toys that encourage talking such as dolls, puppets, toy telephones, nursery rhyme books and a photo album of family pictures. Highest card whns. Deal the sarne number of playing cards to each player. Keep them face down. Players take turns putting the top card from their stack lace up in the center of the table. The highest value card wins each round. Highest card wins is an entertaining way lor chil- dren to learn number recogtntion and quantity. These tips are from "The Well- Centered Child". Rock Golf team are (back row, from left) Ben Krause, Josh Hancock, Stuart Boyles, Malanie Kriley, Burgandy Sharff, Tyler Cline, (front) Josh Bird, Stefanie Sawyer, Chelsea Kerry Waugh, Candice Nava and Josh Sholtz. Justin McCutcheon is not pictured. The • y Sawyer and Gene Chapin. We Print :Shirts. Caps • Jackets • Banners • Signs Publishi/~g Com~ ~8 East Third, Superior, Neb. • 1-800-359-2120 Weather Awareness Meeting April 14 d Well Countly Courthouse Meeting Room The pubiic is in vite d/// & Itl Aviation All types of aerial spraying • Using Grazon - P+D to treat Musk and Bull . thistles in pastures ¢ • Economical treatment of mustard iwwheat ~NOw's the time to~ scout for Alfalfa weevil! PO Box 128, Burr Oak, Kan., 66966 78 73 72"12 Cailaway returns home Alberta U mphenour, Baldwin Park, Calif.. accompanied her mother. [la Callaway, Mankato, to her home re- cently. Ila stayed this winter with Alberta and Stan. Five former Esbon classmates of Alberta met last week for a reunion and to help Carol Bennett, Stockton, cel- ebrate a birthday. Part of the group enjoyed lunch at a local restaurant, met at Ila's home for an aliernoon of visiting. Present were Donneta Miller, Cawker City; Edna Thronson. Mankato; Patty Bird. Esbon; Carol Bennett, Stockton; Alberta Umphenour, Baldwin Park, Calif. Carol is living with her mother. Mildred Thummel, at rural Esbon and assisting with her care. EVANGEHCAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 201 S. CENTER. MANKATO, KAN, INVITES YOU TO HOLY WEEK SERVICES Palm Sunday, April 13 Procession with Palms ..................................................................... 9 a.m. Monday, April Prayer service and reading of St. Mark's Passion .............................. Noon The stations of the Cross and prayers-Holy Monday ......................... 6 p.m. Holy Tuesday, April 15 Prayer service ~.nd reading of St. Luke's Passion .............................. Noon The stations of the Cross and prayers-Holy Tuesday ........................ 7 p.m. Holy Wednesday, Apt, 16 Private confession and absolution offered ................................. 5 to 7 p.m. Solemn vespers for Holy Wednesday ............................................... 7 p.m. Maundy Thursday, April 17 Eucharist ........................................................................................... Noon The Close of Lent-The Holy Eucharist-The Stripping of the Altar .... 7 p.m. Good Friday, April 18 The reading of St. John's Passion and Adoration of the Holy Cross ...Noon Prayer Vigil ............................ 3 p.m. Friday to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 19 Community Good Friday service at Christian Church ........................ 7 p.m. Saturday, Ap 119 The Great and Holy Vigil of Easter (The ght ng of new fire, the candlelight procession, the recounting of the saving acts of God, the renewal of baptis- , 8 m real vows and The First Eucharist of Easter) ........................ '., ........... P. Easter Sunday Festival Eucharist 4.__ Then there's Sandra Banuelos, Syra- cuse, who has walked about an hour and one-half every day for the last 18 m(mths, ls all this exercising a bit It)() much? "No, it's not," said Paul Estabrooks, a physical activity specialist with the Office of Community Health at Kan- but it's very uncommon among aver- age exercisers• Ton much exercise, sometimes called over training, is more common among athletes, who tend to push themselves to and beyond their physical limits regularly. There's also some evidence that people use physi- cal activity in a way that is inappropri- body signs that might indicate a person !s do!ng too nluch arc aches and pains m jomts and excessive fatigue, f:t)r safely, people beginning a physical activity program should first s~c their doctor, who can provide advicq on the duration and intensity of the level at which they should start. Jewell High School golf team members are (back row, from left) Jeff Travis, coach, Jacob Greene, Richard Shamburg, Justin Kemmerer, Jesse Williams, Joel Kemmerer, (front row)Mitch Matter. Amber Waterman. Kristy Winkel and Megan Wilson• Large or Small? 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