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RIDE'N HIDE 4-H CLUB The Ride'N Hide 4-H Club sleigh tiding party was held Sunday, March 6 at 1:30 p.m. at the Ron Watson ranch. A short business meeting was held with Kristi Mooney welcomed as a new member. Members voted to work on the special checkbook project as soon as details are worked out. The historian, Tia Seeley, was given a new club scrap- book. Leader, Jeanne Wyatt, re- ported on the County 4-H Cotmcil Meeting. Members will be selling raffle tickets on a set of luggage. It was also reported that state 4-H dues are increased to $1 per member. The rest of the afternoo~ was spent sleigh riding and tobogganing. Marshmallows and hot dogs were rosted around an open fire with cool~/es anti hot chocolate also servea. The next meeting will be May 1 at the Tom Seeley home. Pat Connally, Reporter Beulah Beavers 4-H Club The second meeting of the Beulah Beavers 4-H club was held November 3, 1976 at 7:30 p.m. at Courchaines. President Greg Simon cal- led the meeting to order. II resi en Ted Pressley, president of Cowboys for Christ, will be guest speaker for a meeting Friday at the Campbell County Fair building in Gil- lette at 7:30 p.m. The Wildwood Christian Retreat is sponsoring the meeting and invites everyone to at- tend. A former rancher manager imm Valeri Morgan and Tally Vore lead the pledges. Roll call was taken with everyone present. John Simon quit the club. The minutes were read with no additions or correc- tions. The Treasurers re- port was $109.16. We discussed a place to have the Christmas Party. Valeri Morgan made a mo- tion for every one to bring their own decorations for the tree. Jeff Vote seconded it the motion was passed. Valerie Morgan made a mo- tion to have a play. Bob Vore seconded it. Motion was passed. Kelly Courchaine was appointed to go to the Sundance High School to se% if there were any plays. Bingo and invitations were discussed. Dan Morgan made a motion that the Christmas Party be tabled until the next meeting. Rocky Courchaine seconded it. The motion was passed. Everyone gave Mrs. Mor- gan the names of the projects they are taking this year. Jeff Morgan made a mo- tion that the meeting should be adjourned. Bob Vore seconded it. The meeting was adjourned by President Greg Simons. Mrs. Courchaine served refreshments, the next meeting will be November 17, 1976 at 7:30 at the Morgans. Tally Vore, Reporter for C hrist" ill pea livestock industry. Thirty minutes of special music by the Wildwood Out- law Band will be presented at the begi~nning of the meet- ing. North, ney played cards at the Joe Svoboda home Saturday night. Peggy Davis, Edna Scoggins and a friend from Belle Fourche visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda and were sup- per guests. Wilfreda Fowlkes visited from Thursday to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foertsch in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Sonney Christroffersen, Scott and Bobbie visited Friday night at the Wilfred Bunney home. Jim Zwijack of Justice Ill. visited from Sunday to Tues- day at Wilfred Bunneys. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Ericsson, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ericsson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish, Mrs. Jerry Fish were at Wilfred Bunneys Monday. The men helped dehorn calves and the ladies visited. Annie Fish, Sue Christrof- fersen, Wilfreda Fowlkes, Vickie Ericsson and Shirley Driskill went to Hulett Mon- day night to play volley ball. A.L. Ericsson, Clifford and Jerry Fish, Jim Zwijack and Wilfred Bunney attended a Soil Conservation meeting in Hulett Monday night. Mr, and Mrs. Rennie Graf accompanied Lloyd and Peg- gy Graf to Reeder North Dakota to visit relatives over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Rennie Graf were Thursday night supper guests at the Wilfred Bunney home. Annie Fish, Sue Christrof- fersen and Wilfreda Fowlkes went to Belle Fourche to bowl Thursday morning. Warren Christroffersen and Cheryl Graf went with them. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskill spent the weekend at Mos-. kee snowmobiling: They reported the snow really deep up there. Calorie Counters Organize in Hulett Town and Country Calorie Counters, a diet club organ- ization, was formed Jan. 24 in Hulett. It was agreed to drop affiliation with TOPS Club, Inc. and function as a local group. Shirley Leonard was elect- ed president with Linda Ahrens, vice president; Tiny Bush, secretary and re- porter; Sue Huseby, trea- surer; Clarice Rauth, weight recorder; Gladys Clark, his- torian. Rules and contests were discussed and it was agreed that five-cents will be charged for every quarter pound gained and fifty-cents charged for failure to attend a meeting and failure to call in that week's weight. Dues were set at $I a month to pay for rent on a meeting place. Professional scales have been purchased by the club and each member will keep a graph of losses and gains in weight. Programs at the meetings will feature exchange of low- calorie recipes, exercises and helps in dieting. Members will contribute gifts for a grab bag and top weight losers will be allowed to take agift. A grand prize will be awarded each month to the member losing the most weight. Books on calorie countingand dieting have been ordered. Presently the club has 11 members with weight loss for last month at 161/4 pounds. The club meets each Mon- day at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center and those interested are welcome to attend. Sundance Student Council The meeting was called to order by President Don Far- reU on Wednesday, March 2, 1977. The treasury showed a bala~nce of $602.29 The council reviewed the Attendance Policy submitted to us by Mr. Gregson. It was well received and some sug- gestions were made for mi- nor change. Our Computer Dance is planned for April 7. Afine Macy is on the committee to order the computer cards. Kenny Vanderboon and Patti Macy are in charge of getting the band. A state meeting that will be held in Casper, March 24 MARCH 10, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES COW POKES By Ace Reid and 2b was discussed. Meeting adjourned. Respectfully submitted, Secretary, Gay Roberts Sundance School Menu Thursday, Mar. 10--Pizza, cheese sticks, corn, pudding, milk. Friday, Mar. l 1--Toasted cheese sandwich, French fries, cherry crisp,' peanut cups, milk. Monday, Mar. 14 -- Ma- caroni and cheese, cinnamon bread, green beans, apple- sauce, milk. Tuesday, Mar. 15-- peaches, cookies, milk, Wednesday, Mar. Turkey and noodles, and butter, buttered sliced pineapple, milk, RC&D Sets March 15 Meeting The Black Hills Council will meet the 4-H building City. Meeting time a.m. The public is attend. Authorization for Veterans hospitals is the struction program in one action since when 14 were Our store is blooming with the exquisite colors SITUATION" of spring ..... 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