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Across the state, spring is a busy time to plant trees. But they need to be planted correctly so they can grow strong and provide health benefits to people. Pick a tree that will grow well on site; keep the tree’s roots damp until planting; remove pot-bound and encircling roots; plant the tree so the tree’s first woody root is at ground level; layer 2 inches to 4 inches of mulch over planting area, keeping mulch away from trunk; and water newly planted trees at least once a week for three years. This year’s Arbor Month celebrates the human health benefits of trees. Did you know trees keep the air clean, and that childhood asthma rates are lower in urban neighborhoods that have a higher density of trees? The trees that homeowners and communities plant will provide additional health benefits such as a lower level of stressful noises, cooler air temperatures in the summer and increased shade that reduces heat stroke and exposure to UV rays.

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The Players of the Year!!!


Reese is the son of Rick and Kristy Marks. He has participated in football, basketball, baseball, golf. He is also the Senior Officer on the Student Council and is on the National Honor Society. He is also involved with band and choir. He has volunteered with Meals on Wheels, as well as being the Senior Advisor for the Bloodmobile. He will finish with a 3.5 GPA. Reese will attend Ridgewater College in the fall to attain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and be an RN. When asked what his most memorable moment part of growing up in the RCW district is the fact that because RCW is a small school it has enabled him to be friends with and know everyone in his class. He also says that he always enjoyed being involved with Summer rec when he was younger, as well as going to the many sports camps put on by the varsity sports teams. The one piece of advice Reese would give to next year’s Senior class is to, “Try your hardest in everything you do, because when it’s all said and done you will regret not trying as hard as you should have.”


Britney is the daughter of Gerad Jennifer Marr. She has participated in volleyball, basketball and softball, band and choir. She is also involved with Student Council, Prom committee and the National Honor Society. Britney has volunteered with the Bloodmobile and served as its Senior Coordinator. She also does a lot of volunteer work through her Ecumencial Youth Group, as well as a volunteer Sunday school teacher. She also enjoys spending the occasional Saturday at a local animal shelter. She will finish will a GPA of 3.9 and will the attend the University of Northern Iowa where she plans to major in English. The best part of growing up at RCW she says is the friendships she made that will be cherished forever. Britney’s one piece of advice for next year’s Senior class would be that, “High School isn’t the end of the world. So work hard and I promise you will get through it.”

 
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Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota is seeking  monetary donations and inventory for the ReStore in Willmar.  The ReStore accepts new and gently used furniture, home  accessories, building materials, and appliances, all of which  are sold to the public at a reduced price. The proceeds help  Habitat construct new homes in the community,  call Habitat for Humanity.
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