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Please mail tickets and money for raffle tickets to Darrell Grams Sr

34420 State Highway 25

Green Isle, MN 55338

April 28 – It was a pleasure being your Webmaster – Randy Larson

April 23 –The Upper Midwest A-C Club would like to invite everyone to stop in at our stand at the Pioneer Power Swap Meet on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. Raffle tractor will be on site and raffle tickets available.

April 8 – Today at our Membership meeting, elections were held for the Upper Midwest A-C Club. Results are Incumbent Tom Foss, Incumbent Joe Graunke, Scott Overgaard and Joan Paulson. For Board of Director appointed seats: Craig Buss, president; Joe Graunke, vice president; Terry Nowak, secretary; and Darrell Grams, Sr. treasurer.

We wish to express our thankfulness to Matt Wosmek for his years of service as board of director and his dedicated time to being the treasurer for the club. Thanks Matt, your hard work has been appreciated!

We wish to thank Darrell Grams, Sr. for his time of service as president of the Upper Midwest A-C Club. Being president can be a stressful job, but with board members willing to help, the job gets done with assistants. Thank you Darrell for your time and service as president of the Upper Midwest A-C Club.

Due to election results, the Upper Midwest A-C Club is looking for a Children’s Activity Coordinator. If you are willing to take over this important position, please contact Craig Buss as soon as possible. The Children Activities are an important part of the Orange Spectacular! We thank Rita (Everhart) Wosmek for her dedicated time to making much fun for all of the children who have attended the past Orange Spectaculars since 2012. Rita, it was a lot of work and much patience you took with our future attendees and your time and talent has been appreciated!

March 25 – As spring is arriving slowly and field work starts-up, safety really needs to be our #1 goal to follow so we can come home to our family every night.Pleasetake six (6) minutes to view this video. Stay aware how fast an accident can happen. I hear a lot of people tell me, that sure was obvious that accident was going to happen. Next thing I hear is, there was an accident in our industry. Come to find out. the person oblivious to what was going to happen.

February 24 – Do you have a family member which is going into college? Then you need to check out our Scholarship page. we have had no applicants yet! Any degree / major will be reviewed for the potential being awarded a $500.00 scholarship.

February 24 – If you have not had a chance to see this year’s Toy. Look below.IT IS DIE CAST.

January 17 – The Upper Midwest A-C Club has the DVD produced at the 25th Orange Spectacular in July of this year.

This DVD is now available! 25th Annual Orange Spectacular has hit the shelves and ready to ship!

This all Orange Power show was shot at the 25th Annual Orange Spectacular extravaganza in Hutchinson MN a few short months ago and its ready for your viewing. Presented by the Upper Midwest A-C Club and held on the McLeod County Fairgrounds, we showcase classic farm machinery from garden tractors to the D21 and more. Relive the sights and sounds of this fantastic event, including the dyno test and interviews with owners and attendees. A must-have for any A-C collectors library. 75 minutes

The DVD is $28.00 plus $5.00 shipping.

Please make out your check to the Upper Midwest AC Club with the correct amount. Send your check to Darrell Grams, 34420 State Hwy 25, Green Isle MN 55338.

Please allow a seven (7) to ten (10) days for delivery, they will be shipped in an approve USPS mailer.

* Vincent Tims will be demonstrating the adjustment of the front axle of a D series tractor during the 2017 Orange Spectacular

It’s been cold, then warm, then cold out, and it’s to get warmer this coming week, but look at it as the Orange Spectacular will be here before you know it. the days are getting longer. summer is coming.

Sept. 11 – I got this emailed to me. I have an Allis Chalmers Model 66 All-Crop Harvester. We have used it the last 6 years or so to harvest our small grain crops of a few acres. This machine works and runs well. We are moving out of the country and cannot take this with us. I need to sell this machine and it would be a travesty if some scrap iron guy purchased this as scrap. I am hoping that I can find a good home for this. I would consider any reasonable offer.

If you are able to spread the word to find a good buyer and home, it would be greatly appreciated. Anyone interested can email or call me at home (leave message). I am located near Glenwood MN.

Richard Olsen 320/634-4750


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Claude Benny Johnson | 1944 – 2017 | Obituary

Claude Benny Johnson

December 28, 1944 – March 03, 2017

Claude Benny Johnson, age 72, of Gray, died Friday, March 3, 2017 at his residence. He was the son of the late Roy Ledford and Marie Fry Johnson, born to them on December 28, 1944 in Gray, Kentucky. Benny was a retired clerk for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad Company. He was a United States Army Veteran, having served in the Vietnam War. Benny enjoyed all sports especially U.K. Basketball, Photography, Hiking, hunting morel mushrooms, was an avid Chicago Cubs fan and loved watching his great niece and nephew playing sports. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers: Lee Roy and Hershal Ledford Johnson. Benny is survived by one sister: Karen Moses and husband, Kevin of Gray, Kentucky. Two brothers: Louie Johnson and wife, Pattie of Caledonia, Minnesota and Keith Johnson and wife, Robyn of Gray, Kentucky. Nieces and Nephews: Kathleena Lee and husband, Steven, Jason Johnson and wife, Jenny Fruth, Jessie Johnson and wife, Magaly, Joseph Johnson and Joan, Julie Johnson and husband, Joe, Christina McKee, Nicholas Johnson, Kevin Amos Moses and wife, Laurie, Kiker Moses and wife, Stephanie, Lori Rucker and husband, Timothy, Alicia Graeler and husband, Craig, Derek Johnson and wife, Katie, Daniel Johnson and Ashlee Johnson. Great nieces and nephews: Naomi Lee, Shanna Lee, Matthew Fruth, Emily Fruth, Jessica Johnson, Tyler Johnson, Jordyn Johnson, Christen Johnson, Jett McGee, Sophia Johnson, Michael McKee, A.J. McKee, Katelyn Moses, Peyton Moses, Bentley Moses, Lexi Moses, Danika Johnson, Drew Rucker, Kimberly Damron, Timara Rucker, Erin Rucker, Kayla Graeler, Jacob Graeler and many relatives, including cousin Pam Fry Gatlin whom he shared the same birthday, and dear friends. Funeral services for C. Benny Johnson will be 1:00 P.M. Wednesday, March 8, 2017 in the Hopper Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jim Bargo officiating. Burial will follow in the Johnson Cemetery at Gray. With Nephews serving as pallbearers. The family of C. Benny Johnson will receive friends after 6:00 P.M. Tuesday at Hopper Funeral Home.

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School of Nursing

Meeting society’s health care needs.

The School of Nursing at The University of Texas at Austin represents a strong community committed to addressing the health care challenges of the 21st century. Acknowledging that our future is linked to how well we respond to the evolving needs of a diverse population, we strive to create an advanced learning experience for nursing students that prepares you to adapt to—and direct—an ever-changing health care environment. Through innovative classroom, clinical and community activities designed to promote public health, we position you for leadership roles in health care settings of the future and rewarding careers that will enrich society.

Degree Programs

Learn to work in a wide variety of clinical settings as you train to become a registered nurse and build the necessary foundation for graduate study and research in nursing.

Designed for persons with a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing to complete an accelerated nursing program in three years.

Study in areas of nursing science, leadership and advanced specialized professional nursing practice.

Set out on an individualized course of study based on your goals and interests, preparing for research and advanced leadership roles in nursing and health care delivery.

Provides the highest level of professional nursing education for nurses, via a terminal degree in nursing practice which advances the education and leadership competencies of nurses, preparing graduates for increasingly complex practice and clinical specialization leadership roles.


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Top 100 Schools for Animation, Gaming, and Design

Did You Know. Full Sail University offers online degree programs in computer animation, game art, and game design? Learn more about Full Sail University’s online programs.

The animation education industy has never been so competitive, with schools competing for students and students competing for a small number of available industry jobs. The job rate and student employability has dropped to the lowest in years, so a top-notch animation education has never been so critical.

All this has made choosing the right animation school extremely difficult. To help students navigate through the world of animation schools, we’ve put together the Top 100 most highly-regarded and sought after animation schools on the planet. This list of the Top 100 Schools in Animation, Gaming and Design was compiled via a mixture of school reviews, industry-reviewed lists like the Princeton Review, and via a survey of the animation industry professionals and recruiters from companies like Pixar, J.J. Sedelmaier and DreamWorks who were featured in our Interview Series. And without further ado, here are your Top 100 Schools in Animation, Gaming and Design:

Let’s start this list off with a bang by beginning with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. This design school made our list because it is a tight-knit school that offers a fully customizable course load—but unlike some of their competitors they do it without school-defined majors. They definitely win the prize for being the most flexible program (or lackthereof) on this list. Only problem is: if you don’t like the education you get then you have only yourself to blame (and I suppose the mentor who helps you craft your personalized program). No worries though, their wide-selection of Film, Animation, Illustration and Graphic Design courses certainly won’t let you down.

The University of Visual Arts in Tucson has a small faculty (with an excellent teacher-to-student ratio) and a small-art school vibe. But don’t let the size fool you, this highly-advanced visual arts school packs a wallop with their Graphic Design. Animation and Illustration programs. They also offer BFA degrees in Studio Art and Photography, an MFA degree in Studio Arts with three areas of emphasis, one of which is Motion Arts. Their animation and design courses are highly practical as they focus heavily on industry-dominating Flash software and character development.

When your entire focus is animation, you get pretty good at it; when all you teach is animation, you get pretty good at that too. The Animation Workshop’s sole focus on animation has paid off as they have become the top Scandinavian animation school, and one of the best in Europe. The school has five departments, each focusing on a different element of animation; each department enrolls a limited number of students annually—so that they maintain their great teacher-to-student ratio. Despite their northerly location the school and faculty have fostered tight relationships with the European animation community and have landed positions for their graduates at DreamWorks in the U.S, Brown Bag Films in Ireland, Aardman in the U.K. Cartoon-Film in Germany, Folimage in France, BRB in Spain and more.

The Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU) takes a unique approach to preparing their students to work in the animation industry, they require at least one (most students complete two) short film(s) before graduation. These short films are made in conjunction with the production, editing, sound and photography departments so the animation grads leave school with a professional-looking film; films that regularly score the school’s graduates entry level jobs at prominent studios across Europe. FAMU has two animation programs, a three-year bachelor’s program and a five-year master’s. Their master’s program in animation is extremely tough to get into though as they accept just five students annually.

9Zeros in Spain hosts three four-year animation programs: Cartooning, 3D Animation and Stop Motion. The stop-motion program steals the show at this school though as the 400-hour program is good—and the only one on the continent. This boutique program accepts just 120 students a year. Included in the program is an internship with European-based studios that the school maintains close ties with and an end-of-the-program final project to add to their portfolio. The Spanish animation scene absorbs most of 9Zeros’ graduates.

La Poudrière is an animation school created over a decade ago by France’s most-prominent animation studio, Folimage. The directors at Folimage designed La Poudrière’s program in an interesting way. there is no faculty. Instead the students are taught by the 60 to 80 guest lecturers that rotate through the campus annually. The school’s two-year animation program focuses heavily on animated film directing, has a max of 10 students per class and is taught primarily via supervised projects to ensure that students get the most hands-on experience possible and leave school with a hefty portfolio. Another interesting, and highly realistic, part of the program is that students are forced to create their work within given budgets and time schedules.

The Art Center College of Design (often referred to simply as the ‘Art Center’) has been regularly listed as a top art/design school by BusinessWeek, U.S. News, DesignIntelligence, and U.S. News World Report. Their degree programs in Entertainment Design. Film. Fine Art. Graphic Design. Illustration and Interaction Design all offer tempting elements to aspiring animators, designers and game designers. Their courses are heavily influenced by pop culture, hand and life drawing and a mixture of emerging media.

If living in Long Beach, California wasn’t enough to sell prospective design students on going to California State University Long Beach, then the program the school created would do it. Their BA and BFA degree programs in Graphic Design, Illustration and Studio Art offer interesting tracks in illustration and/or animation; meaning they train artists first, then turn them into animators. This strategy is working well because California’s top animation studios recruit from CSU Long Beach. They also offer interesting media courses in their Journalism and Mass Communications department.

This little beauty was a favorite amongst the employers surveyed in our Interview Series. and was mentioned by many as a school they regularly recruit from. Can’t blame ’em really, because their BA degrees in Animation, Video/Digital art, Graphic Design and Illustration when combined with electives from their Studio Art, Video/Digital Art, Visual Communication and Graphic Design concentrations create superhero-like graduates (think: unstoppable).

The National Institute of Design is India’s foremost institution teaching design and animation, and considering how good the animation talent is coming out of India these days, that says a lot. The school’s mingling courses in Graphic Design, Animation Film Design, Film Video Communication and Exhibition (Spatial) Design are turning out incredibly artsy animators that are providing steady competition for American animation studios. While nobody in animation and gaming likes to talk about outsourcing, NID is the school training the animation masters behind the trend, training artists as well as software experts. They’re good, real good.

You will notice a massive amount of Vancouver animation schools making the list, but this should come as no surprise given their massively successful animation scene and ability to usurp a large amount of animation graduates. The Emily Carr University of Art and Design is another Vancouver-based art and design school to proudly make our list. But we couldn’t pick just one program from Emily Carr to add to this list because the strength of the school is mutually reinforcing the artistic education of its students via multidisciplinary groups, electives and through major/minor combos. The mix of courses between the school’s well-known Animation major , Interactive + Social Media Arts major , Communication Design major. Industrial Design major. Interaction Design major. Film, Video + Integrated Media major. Illustration major and Visual Arts major have created a symbiotic place to learn an amazingly-broad spectrum of visual and computer-aided arts. Students enjoy their university experience at Emily Carr due to the incredibly talented student body, students with whom they get to network and work on a daily basis. This talented student body provides regular doses of inspiration and artistic creativity.


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Blue Lagoon California Pet Friendly Drug Rehab is a premier, client oriented help facility. Our years of experience have allowed us to customize treatments to the individual client. Everyone is different, and having your personal requirements met ensures the most successful treatment available. Needs to be changed to say the following instead: Blue Lagoon California Pet Friendly Drug Rehab is a premier, client oriented drug and alcohol treatment facility located at the beach, in Southern California. Our years of experience and expertise combined with us being a smaller, more private treatment center has allowed us to offer a customized treatment plan based on the unique needs of each individual.

We have a 24/7 executive treatment center hotline. We take individuals, executive couples and pets. In addition to those suffering from drug, alcohol, or nicotine addiction, we also serve those individuals with eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.

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Most Hilltoppers believe that Western Kentucky University is unique. They take pride in its lovely campus, its friendly spirit, the loyalty of its alumni, and its academic and athletic achievements. But Western’s development also illustrates a major trend in American higher education during the past century. Scores of other institutions have followed the Western pattern, growing from private normal school to state normal school, to teachers college, to general college, finally emerging as an important state university.

Historian Lowell Harrison traces the Western story from the school’s origin in 1875 to the January 1986 election of its seventh president. For much of its history, Western has been led by paternalistic presidents whose major battles have been with other state schools and parsimonious legislatures. In recent years the presidents have been challenged by students and faculty who have demanded more active roles in university governance, and by a Board of Regents and the Council on Higher Education, which have raised challenging new issues.

Harrison’s account of the institution’s development is laced with anecdotes and vignettes of some of the school’s interesting personalities: President Henry Hardin Cherry, whose chapel talks convinced countless students that “the Spirit Makes the Master”; “Uncle Ed” Diddle, whose flying towel and winning teams earned national basketball fame; “Daddy” Bur-ton who could catch flies while lecturing; Miss Gabie Robertson, who held students into the next class period; the lone Japanese student who was on campus during World War II.

Harrison also recalls steamboat excursions, the Great Depression and the Second World War, the astounding boom in enrollment and buildings in the 1960s, the period of student unrest, and the numerous fiscal crises that have beset the school.

This is the story of an institution proud of its past and seeking to chart its course into the twenty-first century.

Lowell Harrison is professor of history at Western Kentucky University and the author of many books on the history of the Commonwealth.

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