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Page 14- Thursday, February 28, 2008 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance limes Laureate Tau Beta Sigma Phi Laureate Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on February 25, 2008, at the Pubhc Health meeting room. Hostess Carol Sisk presented an informative and entertaining program on Germany. Her mother's family emigrated to the U.S. about 1870 from their home on the Friesian Islands off the north coast of Germany. They arrived in the United States and made their way to Chicago, then to Deadwood, and finaily to a homestead on Rifle Pit Divide. Germany has had a great impact on Europe throughout its history, and still has the largest population and third-largest economy of European countries. It has been involved in a number of significant wars, including World Wars I and II in the last century, with the Holocaust causing a great toll and continuing influence on our world. Germany was split following World War II, then reunified in 1990 with the felling of the Berlin Wall. Its form of government is a "federal parliamentary republic" and it boasts its first woman chancellor. It was the center of the Protestant Reformation and currently is 62% Christian, half of that Catholic and half Protestant. Carol also served a wonderful spread of German cheeses, sausages, pumpernickel bread, chocolates, pretzels, apple kuchen, and German lager. After the program, President Jill Mackey called the regular meeting to order. Roll call was taken, With eight members present and six members excused. The minutes of the last two meetings were read alad approved. An email message was shared from Dot Gregson regarding the Gregsons' return home this spring. A letter from the Post Prom Committee was read and a motion to make a donation was approved. Jill is asking for cookies to be donated to the Sheridan VA Hospital - she Will accept cookies now and deliver them Within the next three weeks. The next blood drive will be held in April. A report on the Valentine's Social was presented - the social was held last week, postponed from its original date due to weather. The evening was spent playing bunko and trivia games. The Spring Fling social and Founder's Day committees will begin planning meetings Jeep soon. The next meeting Will be March I0 - hostess Susan Kostenbauer will notify members of the location. Submitted by Jill Mackey If you're in the Crook Coumty Library on Friday mornings at 11:00 a.m. you might notice some buzzing in the children's section. Well, that's because it's Storythme for toddlers and preschoolers with Youth Services Librarian ]Bonnie Stahla. Fun themes based on holidays, epedal dates, aninnals, conceptions and much more are on the library's monthly calendar. The little ones experience wonderful stories, finger plays, flannellboard stories, songs and action rhymes that go along with these thennes that are age appropriate for around 18 months to six years old. IPeriodically there is a craft and/or snack that also fits the themes. Parents are welcome and encouraged to stay and join in the fun. ]In February we made snowmen straw holders, heart people fmge r puppets and decorated heart cookies provided by the Sundance High School Home Ec. dasses. Valentine st0rytime Pinochle Marathon Kari VanLuvan 51 10 Jan Eschedor 5035 Gordon Goetz 4823 Wilbur Olson 4537 Marilyn Rogers 4530 Gary Eschedor 4475 Scott VanLuvan 4420 Dusty Glick 4288 Joyce Harfl 4272 Bob Briggs 41~87 Jeanne Lee 41.06 Gail Kaiser 40)93 Bill Rogers 4012 Howard Bjornestad 38 10 Jessie Tschetter 37'92 Lottie Snyder 37' 10 Kenny Byme 36i95 Mary Jayne Jordan 36i85 Jill Mackey 3640 Joyce Briggs 3510 Louise Griffin 34-52 Ulric Hawken 3402 Jean Adams 3370 Lyle Brunson 3328 Donna Allen 3325 Peggy Cronn 3273 Sonny Queen 3227 Kathy Bjornestad 31 42 Gene Adams 30) 17 Misty Byrne 29 70 Vivian Brunson 28 55 Marty Holloway 26i74 " Club / Pine Haven Supper "Fine dining in a casual, : smoke-free atmosphere" : Call for reservations: !j Soup of the Day Monday - Chicken Dumpling Tuesday- Bean & Ham Wednesday - Chicken Gumbo Thursday - Lasagna Friday - Chicken Noodle Saturday - Beef Vegetable Sunday-- Cook's Choice Chili Available Each Day Lunch Spedals Hot Dog, Bag of Chips & a 16 oz. 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