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65, 20], ??,8S2-9501 The 41-volume Encyclopedia of Presidents has been received at the chl/d~m~llbrm7 at Crook County Library in 8undance. The local wi" American ~gion and VFW Auxiliaries held a raffle recently r~ the proceeds being used to buy the books. Pictured here with the books are, left to right, Donna Allen, American Leg/on AuxiUary pr~Ident; ~AKldren'eUbrarlan jm Mackey and VFW Auxiliary president, Mary Jean Wilson Photo by Howard Allen Electrical blaze causes $12,000 damage to house Fo. reFronts Computational Tech- nnlgies corporation has an- wide range ofindustrial customers, lty of life and a progressive and hunced the relocations of both its In announcing the move, Davidgrowing business environment." ~adquarters and development S. Wehrly, ForeFronts' president In a telephone inter-dew, Wehrly and CEO, said '%Vyoming provides said that they have an agreement boratory facilities to Sundance, the smaller corporation with an for some leased office space in Wyoming. "lhe COlOration, founded in 1992, unsurpassed balance in the qual- Sundance. However, they do not a leader in computational sys- have a signed contract on it andhe hesitated to say what the premises ~e~s integration and related Legal assistance were. They do plan to move to technologies, and provides custom lution development, engineer- developer presents SundanceinApril.The corporation will continue to support its cus- and onsult . se ces to a rights of elderly tomers nationwide through its re- ;= L The Intertm Legal sslstance glonal offices. Developer for the Wyoming Senior Wehfly said that they are prima- Citizens Is Jade Kauffman. rily a custom house, providing Kauffman gives presentations consultation on the type of corn- The readings: around the state on the legal rights purer systems customers want or Dec. 1~45 Lo~3 PreO of the elderly, need. They also update existing 265 Kauffnmn travels through thecomputer systems. They do have a Dec. 43 15 0 state each quarter giving her pre- couple of generic products, but Dec. 2740 16 0 sentations. The presentationmostlyworkwith available systems Dec. 2842 18 0 planned for Crook County will be in their consulting work with indl- Dee. 2937 "15 0 given between March 18andMarch viduals and with government en- Dec. 3042 18 .05 22. As the dates approach, the titles. Dec. 3133 27 . I 0local senior center will announce the date and time. merit; Bobble T~mx and Bryce 8eribner, who drew the winning ticket; and rear- Rick Hartenhoff and Joanle Descombaz of the Are Restaurant and fire department member Jerry $cflbner. ' Photo by Howard Allen The second electrical fire in a week in the Sundance area caused considerable damage to the re- cently purchased and remodeled home of Suzette Moline on Ryan SL Glenn Engelhaupt, a member of the Sundance Volunteer Fire Department, estimated that it did approximately $12,000 worth of damage, mostly to furniture. The-fire department was called out about 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, December28 to fight the fire, wI~ch was confined to one wall in the living room and into the attic, partly over the house and partly over the garage, according to Engelhaupt. There was some water damage as well as smoke damage. However, Engelhaupt noted that there was no loss of llfe in this fire as there was in the fire a week ago when two dogs were asphyxiated. Engelhaupt said that this is a good time to check electric cords and light fixtures for worn wires or other problems. People don't know what kind of shape their electrical system Is in without a periodic inspection and it can help to pre- vent fires. Local emergency planning group meets Jan. 10 Crook County Local Emergency Planning Committee (CCLEPC) meeting will be held Wednesday, January I0 at 2 p.m. in MoorcroR City Hall. The CCLEPC's goal is to create a partnership between public and private interests to insure public awareness of hazards and haz- ardous materials in Crook County. All interested people in the county are invited to attend this public meeting. Contact Randy Blakeman, chairman at 307-756-9572 or Cheryl Williams, EMC at 307-283- 2390 ff there are questions. Hospital board schedules meeting The Crook County Hospital Board will meet on Jaz~uary 15 at I p.m. in the conference room at Crook County Memorial Hospital. The public is cordially invited to attend. Immunization clinic in 8undance Sundance Public Health immunization clinic will be held on January 9 from I-4:30 p.m. at the Public Health office. Promotion board will meet The quarterly meeting of the Crook County Promotion Board will be held on Thursday, Jan. 11 at the Aro Restaurant in Sundance. Lunch will be at 12:30 p.m. and the meeting at 1:30 p.m. For information call Jeanette Mathis or Val Brandenburg. 307-756-9757. Crook County Farm Bureau sets meeting Crook County Farm Bureau will meet Friday, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. in the office. Plan now to attend and note this is a change from the regular meeting date. City CouncU to meet Jan. 8 The Sundance City Council will meet on Monday, January 8 at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Because of the holiday, the council did not meet on their regular meeting date. ***************************************************************************** Emergency planning committee will meet Crook County Local Emergency Planning committee will meet Wednesday, Jan. 10 at 2 p.m. in the MoorcroR City Hall. For more information contact Randy Blakeman at 307-756-9572 or Cheryl Williams at 307-283-2390. Friends of the Library will meet The Friends of the Library will meet on Monday, January 8 at 12 noon at the library. Everyone is welcome. Land use planning committee sets meeting The Crook County Land Use Planning and Zoning committee will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 10 at 1:30 p.m. at the Crook County Library. The public is welcome to attend. Friends of Nursing Home to meet The Friends of Crook County Nursing Home will meet ~ursday, Jan. 4 at noon in the-activities room at the nursing home wltl~ a bxown tr~g lunch. They will be starting on an all cotton Crazy Quilt. Everyone Is invited. Events at senior eltlzens The Crook County Senior Citizens will hold a board meeting at the Hulett Civic Center on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan 14 the Sundance Senior Citizens will hold a carry-in at 12 noon. Community Ed registration is set Registration for Community Education classes is open for registration by marl, in person or by phone. Final registration date is on Tuesday, Jan. 9 from 4-7 p.m. in the commons area of the hlgh school. Representatives of Eastern Wyoming College will be there. Fair board will meet on ,/an. 9 The Crook County Fair Board will meet on "Daesday, Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. in the fair office. Christian Women to meet in Hulett The Crook County Christian Women's Club will meet on Thursday, Jan. 18 in the Hulett Civic Center from 12-2 p.m. The theme Is "New Images". For reservations call Mary Barbour, 467-5740; Llnda Chttrch. 283-2406; or Karen Freytes, 756-9652. Fine amnesty at the librs~ Crook County Library has declared a fine amnesty for the week of Jan. 8-12, as a thank you for everything the community has done and for its support. Everyone Is invited to bring in their overdue books during this week and no fines will be charged. ***************************************************************************** Weight Watchers to begin new clue Join the Weight Watchers and get a great start on the Smart Start Plan, Attend the organizational meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 5:30 p,m. at the Crook County Public Library in Sundance. For additional information. call 1-800-391-3130. O John Moline Jr. was chosen the Leo Riley & Company was chosen new chairman of Crook Coun~ as the audit firm. Kevin Sweeney is School District at their meeting on the BOCES representative and December 21, 1995 at the Central Jerry Solyst is the leglslative con- Office in Sundance. Chris Jesper- tact person. son was elected vice-chalrman; Earl Jerrl Lynn Nygaard was hired for Gray, clerk; and Jerry Ista, tree- 20 hours per month as Sundance surer. Secondary music aide. Robi Spear Various appointments were made was hired as I/2 time custodian at for the coming year. Superinten- Moorcroft. dent Jeffrey Carrier was named Extra duty contracts were the Federal Projects Officer, Title awardedtojaneICoutureforSun. IX Officer, and Surplus Property dance HS Cheerleadlng and to Officer. The officlal newspapers are Murtel Gade for the Moorcroft The Sundance Times, MoorcroR school play. LeaderandWyomlngPloneer. Mark Reslgnatlons were accepted from L. Hughes continues as the school Shane Bradford, Hulett K- 12 mu- attorney, slc and from Deanna Johnson, The bank depositories are Sun- Four Oaks custodian. dance State Bank, First Security Aperma/~ntU__ttllt~easementand Bank and Hulett National Bank. (Cont. on Page 2)-*~