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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 7, 1993 THE SUNDANCE TIMES 311 Main, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, WY 82729 Telephone 307o283-3411 Continuing The Crook County News Publication #USPC 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Howard Allen, Publisher - Jim Allen, Office Manager Deanna Ericsson, Typesetter NOTE: If changing address, please include former address Also give zip code, box or street address. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $13.00 per year. To P.O. addresses outside Wyoming, $14.50 per year. 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However, I remember Christian Corner a pastor I had when I was in high school who often reminded me, "It is not bad to try and fail. It Is bad not to try." We are taught that we LOOKING BACK - LOOKING need to have an aim in life because FORWARD it IS possible to aim at a target and A favorite Bible passage of mine is not hit it, but it is certaln that we Philipplans 3:13,14. "Brothers, I will mlss if we don't alm. It Is do not consider myself to have valuable to have goals in llfe and if taken hold oflt. But one thing I do: the beginning of the year is a time Forgetting what Is behind and for setting those goals, then let's straining toward what is ahead, I make some resolutions. press on toward the goal to win the It has been said that when Joan prize for wh|ch God has called me of Arc was asked the secret of the heavenward in Christ Jesus". Be- invincibility of her white banner, cause of our human weaknesses she said, "I send my banner for- we have a lot of things in the past ward against the enemy and then I that we would llke to and often do follow It myself." As we send our conveniently forget. At the thresh- banner into the new year we may old of a new year this Is especially not feel we have the strength to good advice. It does not pay to just follow it. We can call upon One who sweep dirt under the rug. But as Will go with us into the new year. we look over the past year and see Jesus Christ the Son of God, whose wrongs done and mistakes made, coming into the world marked the we should first confess the wrongs turning point in history, said, "Lo, done and receive forgiveness from I am with you always." At our in- God and we should try to profit vitation He will accompany us into frompastmistakes.Thenweshould1993 and each year thereafter. leave those things with the old year Roger Davies and go on into the new year. There Is a lot of Jokes and there Is a lot of cynicism about NewYear's * * * resolutions, because of our past Writing free verse experiences with New Year's reso- is like playing tennis lutions, some have become dis- couraged on this account and have with the net down. abandoned the time-honored --Robert Frost practices of making New Year's O The Sundance Bulldogs upped their record to2- I when they posted a 61-59 victory at Kaycee Dec. 19. The SHS boys return to the bas- ketball wars Jan. 8 when Hulett meets the Sundance JV here. The Bulldogs play Kaycee at home Jan. 15 and play at Midwest Jan. 16. Jerry Peterson notched 17 points to lead the attack with Les Mlgnery and Dan Johnson each adding 10. Rick Gill hailed down 9 boards for the "Dogs. The scoring for Sundance: Mignery I 0, Randy Glll 6, Harper I, Peterson 17, Palmer 6, Johnson I0, Rick Gill 5, Blakeman 2, New fees set for state parks Fees have been set for Wyoming State Park lodges and group picnic shelters effecUve January 1, 1993. Following the 1992 Legislative Session when authorization was given to collect the fees. the Parks and Cultural Resources Commis- sion finalized the user fees and clean - up/damage deposits and set them in policy. According to Gary Thorson, ChleL Wyoming State Parks & Historic Sites, res- ervations are on a first-come, first- serve basis and may be made for 1993 beginning on January 4. In- terested users should contact the headquarters at the individual park to make the proper arrangements. The clean-up/damage deposit will be returned if there is no damage and the lodge or group shelter has been cleaned properly after the group's event or activity. Lodges charging fees in 1993 are Hynds Lodge at Curt Gowdy State Park, Cheyenne and Eagle Valley Lodge at Buffalo Bill Slate Park, Cody. The opening date of the Eagle Val- ley Lodge will be later in the year due to construction work. The day use fee for lodges is 40; clean-up/damage deposit is $150. (The fee amount is for each group up to a 12 hour time limit.) The overnight fee for lodges is $50; clean-up/damage deposit Is $150. (The fee amount is for each group for a time period of 12 to 24 hours.) The shelters that will require a fee include: Bear River State Park, AI Pilc}i GroUl Shblter, Buffalo Bill State Park, Sheep Mountain Day Use Area; Edhess Kimball Wllkins State Park. Cottonwood Day Use Area, Platte River Day Use Area, Mountain View Day Use Area, and Centennial Day Use Area; Guern- sey State Park, Sandy Point Group Shelter; Hot Springs State Park, Washakie Group Shelter, Terraces Group Shelter and Lions Group Shelter; Keyhole State Park, Cot- tonwood Day Use Area and Pat's Point Group Shelter. The Group Picnic Shelter fee is $35; clean-up/damage deposit is $35. (The fee amount is for each group up to a 12 hour time limit.) For more information on these fees, contact the individual part or Wyoming State Parks & Historic Sites headquarters in Cheyenne at 307-777-6323. Hellmann 4. County aDeQ e 41D e~. le IP@~oaDo lID gD ID gD, ~o ~@m ~ e ~omo~o~@O~@~ t CHURCHES e First Baptist Church i 10th and Cleveland | Pastur Nathan MoNally , Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Worsh/p. 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Night Prayer ~ CROOK COUNTY ENCOUNTERS alsobe reviewed. Presented by Betty I meet/ng - 7:00 p.m. by Gayla Eppler Holmes, Extension 4-H Specialist Church of Chri=t I. 4-H Program Coordinator for Home Economics. 123 Edna | TODAY AND TIME 5. Taking the Jitters Out Of State 4-H Leaders Conference to be held Lander will host the 1993 Wyo- ming State 4-H Leaders' Confer- ence February 4-7. The theme for this year's conference is "Volun- teers, A Kaleidoscope of Vision". Conference objectives include: 1. Assisting 4-H volunteer lead- ers in developing positive attitudes regarding their role in the Wyo- ming 4-H program. 2. Assisting 4-H volunteer lead- ers in developing programs to meet the needs of today's youth. 3. Strengthen leadership and communication skills ofvolunteers and salaried staff, 4. Provide training in youth de- velopment, leadership, program management, and a variety of project areas. Workshops scheduled for the conference include: I. Opportunities & College Preparation For Careers In The HOrse Industry - Thls presents- tion will outline what types of majors and careers are available in Land Grant Unlverslfles and other colleges. Preparation for college and opportunities available, such as internships will be discussed. Summary information about fu- ture Job opportunities In the 4-H industry and other agricultural areas will be presented by Dr. Karen Hansen, Extension Horse Special- ist. 2. Diversity, The Treasurers Within - We will use video, dis- cussion and activities to learn, about the nature of prejudice and the value of diversity in 4-H. We will consider how to expand 4-H's outreach through Involvement of diverse aud'.ences. Presented by Beth Kaplan, Extension 4-H/Youth Specialist; John Beal, University Extension Educator; Patti Seller , ;, Vohmteer 4-H Lea0, 3. Wymnlng Shooting Sports Program - This workshop will present information about the new program designed to train and certify volunteer shooting sports instructors. Safety Is the primary concern in all 4-H Shooting Sports Programs and will be emphasized. The program covers the six major disciplines ofshootlng sports which are: shotgun, rifle, pistol, archer, muzzleloading and hunting. Pre- sented by Matt Davis, State Shooting Sports. Program Director. 4. What Should I Eat? And How Do I Know What I'm Eating? - The Basic Four Food Group was used as the American diet recom- mended plan for almost 50 years. Last year, the USDA released the Food Pyramid, This workshop will review the Food Pyramid and cur- rent diet recommendations. Changes in food labeling laws will Minister - Marvin Massey ; Today Is here. I will start with a D no-Day-Participantswlllshare Bible Study - 10:00 a.m. Worship - 11:00 a.m. EveningWorship 6:00 p.m. g smile and resolve to be agreeable. I ideas and learn how theater tech- Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6:00 p.m. will not criticize. I refuse to waste niques can help make Demon- Chapel of Faith 116 S. 3rd my valuable time. stration Daymore fun. Major goals Pastor Joe Hearn I Today in one thing I know I am will include: overcoming stage Sunday School - 9:00 a.m. Worship - 10:15 a.m. Wednesday Evening j equal with all others--time. All of frighL setting up demonstrations, Worship- 7:00 p.m. US draw the same salary in see- and idea sharing on what makes a Unlted Methodist Church ends, minutes, and hours, successful demonstration. Pre- 3rd and Ryan 8 Pastor Lowell M. Karnes Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:30 a.m, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th and Ryan Rev. David Anderson, Pastor J Worship - 8:45 a.m. Sunday School - I0:00 a.m. Wesleyan Church Pastor Paul Redfleid Scimol - 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:30 a.m. Evening 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting - 7:0 p.m. Today I will not waste my time sented by Carol & Art McCain, * because the minutes I wasted Volunteer 4-H Leaders. yesterday are as lost as a vanished 6. Show Me The Way - ThIs thought! workshop will explore new and fun Today I refuse to spend time ways to incorporate techniques and worrying about what might hap- games such asJeopard, crossword pen--it usually doesn't. I am going puzzles and bingo, to make meet- to spend time making things hap- ing and learning fun for the 4-H pen. member. Skits, illustrated talks, | Today I am determined to study and creative ideas for active par- to improve myself, for tomorrow I ticipatlon at meetings will also be * may be wanted, and I must not be addressed. Presented by Lynda found lacking. Vlckrey, Volunteer Leader, Sublette Today I begin by doing and not County. wasting time. In one week I will be 7. People's Choice - this work- miles beyond the person I am today, shop will address the animal rights Today I will not Imagine what I issue through the use of role would do if things were different, playing, video, and discussion of They are not different. I will make rights of animals and how we can success with what material I have. educate our publics to stop prob- Today I will stop saying, "If I had lems at fairs and exhibits. Pre- time--". I know I never will "find sented by LeAnn Baker, 4-H Pro- time" for anything. Ifl want time, l gram Assistant and Tom Heald, must make it. University Extension Educator. Today I r will act toward other 8. Mlnim h Your Risk As A 4- people as though this might be my H Leader - "Have you as a leader last day on earth. I will not wait for thought about the liability risk tomorrow. Tomorrow never comes, you're accepting when you lead a Geral B. Klein4-H activity? Come learn about the risks and what you can do to minimize your liability." Presented by Ron Cunningham and Frank A hen is only an Henderson, University Extension egg's way of making Educators. another egg. 9. Giving Is Caring - Information from a fund raising workshop In ---Samuel Butler Portland, Oregon by Ollle Hill, Ruth' Moe, Elleen Kroll, Edna Mac , Sunday Worship- Church of the Good Shepherd Mission-Episcopal 602 Main Father Charles Threewit | Church Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday with Communion every other Sun- .~ i day. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Adult Study Class: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints | | Lee Street i Sacrament Meeting - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - I0:00 a.m. PHesthood i Meeting and Relief Society - l I:00 a.m. Seventh-Day Adventist Church Ph. 283-2721 Thompson and 4th Pastor David Maddox Church services - 9:30 a.m. St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak, Sundanee Sr. Ruth EIIert Sunday Mass - 10:30 a.m St. Mathew's Catholic Church tlulett Sunday Mass - 12:30 p.m. ! i ! ! Christ Lutheran Church Mts~mri Synod Pastor David Anderson | Services at Neighborhood Bible Church, Bush Street, Hulett. @ .I Second and fourth Sundays - 5 p.m. Adult Bible Study and Sunday i School following services. | Crook County Nursing Home l Church services are held at I0:00 a.m. each Friday. Local ministers take i i turns holding services. , McClaflln. a. Matching Donors & 4-H Needs b. Fund Raising Ideas for County 4-H Programs c. How to Ask for a Donation d. Cultivation & Stewardship of Our Donors e. Determining 4-H Needs This is an excellent opportunity for Volunteer 4-H Leaders to meet other leaders from across the state and share information and ask questions. The workshops always provide educational and helpful information to take back to clubs. If you would be interested in at- tending the conference and would like to share expenses and a ride call me at the Extension Office. We can participate in all or part of the conference, whichever would work out best. If our registration is postmarked by January 10, we get a discount so call as soon as pos- sible and I'll make all the ar- rangements. Gayla Eppler 4-H ST. JUDE'S NOVENA May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, . Zim glorified, loved and preserved were throughout the Roblt world now and forever. anle B Sacred Heart of Jesus, Dear pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles -- pray for us. St. Jude, helper of the Pray for us. Say this prayer times a day, by the 8th your prayers will been answered. Say it for days. It has never known to fail. must be promised. prayers have bee: answered. AJ . 711 in With todays life styles it pays to have! an edge. Whether it is a high energy, ' low fat snack to help you through thel day, or sports nutritional supplements! to help keep the athlete in you going. Call 307-468-2637 THE PHYSICAL EDGE or write: Box 242 Upton, WY 82730 LISTEN TO AM 145Q 'i.~ Sundance News With Dick Sackett Men. - Fri., 8:30 A.M. Saturday, 8' 0 A.M. Hulett News With Freda Dent Monday - Wednesday - Friday, 8:40 A.M. II Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Family ............ . Onm/-Plus Universal Life and Annuities and IRA's-Highly Competitive Interest Rates For more information phone or write to our local representative ELIZABETH GAINES District Deputy Sit 2, Box 53 Sundance, WY 82729 Phone: (307) 756-3201 or 1-800-97441201 ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 2S0-18th St., Rock Island, nlinois 81~01.8646 Fraternal Li Insurance Since 1895 t COW POKES By Ace Reid "Jake I know you want this ole cow but I don't know how I'll git her in your sock!" ROPE A GREAT BANKING by seeing us NOWl We're interested investing in the future of Crook County! Phone 283-1074