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3 Thursday, March 18, 1999 The Sundance Times Bears, Carrier, Singleton place Collins High School wres- the top five at the State Wrestling Tour- in Casper on Feb- and 28. Junior Donnie first at 119 pounds Hulett to a sixtltl place Hulett had a team but we would better if we had more to fill and if we people in the finals," Hulett's only state Other wrestlers who placed for the Devils were: Kirby Goodvin, second at 135 pounds; Samson Bears, fourth at 130 pounds; John Carrier, fourth at 171 pounds; and Bobby Single- ton, fifth at 140 pounds. Hulett wrestling head coach, Steve Coiling said, =We took eight kids to the state tournament and placed five, so overall we didn't do too bad. We lost two matches in overtime and several others were really close." Coiling added that the wrestlers are already looking forward to next year, be- cause the entire varmty team should return." ball, so I can participate at the college level." a senior starter Amy Neiman, a sophomore School boys' starter, was the only member of was recently the Hulett girls team to receive Northeast District an all-conference honor, with her "COnference first team. place on the honorable mention the only player from team. Neiman led Hulett in near- receive a place on thely every statistical category dur- ~. "It is an honor to be ins the season. Of Neiman, girls team head coach, Dave Letellier said, best players in "Amy improved in play and con-A stated Thole. fidence during the season, and A two players re- should only continue to im- honorable prove." Spencer Clark, anoth- Both Hulett's boys and girls starter for the Hulett basketball teams made an early was named to the exit from the district tournament mention team. "I'm in April, but the teams are look- said Clark, "This ing forward to a successful sea- more step that will son in the 1A division next year. to play better basket- Hulett Schools Menus 0 fnen of H ola's Mrs who is played by Nicole Pilcher, ~0 ~ oamour of Broadway is is Marian s mother. Other char- ..gOJ to Hulett High School aeters in the play are Mayor ua""~vep[od,u~, tion of Music Shinn, played by Lee Parnell, ,&c, Meredi't.h.._W.ilson. "Mu- Eulialie Shinn, played by Sydne ~t..m a musical produe- elm-k, Charlie Cowell, played by mgJJ~"~eah_wilJ, include almost Seth Heinert, and Tommy and .Tr(~,~tlldent-in'--grades 7-12. Zanetta, played by Matt WolfskiU ~tU_dent will ~articipate in and Nicole Collins. - .(~i~J:from major and minor The minor speaking roles in the t l:/Wt,~.~lt~, g' pro~ams, pub- play are the Pick-A-Little ladies Z.~ugeting, costumes, sets g~~..eting, co.' ........ and the town folk. 'This production is supported in ~ni#~r roles in the play are: part by a grant from the Wyoming " 1" air [~-ni 1, a fast-talking and Arts Council through funding ~' travelin~ salesman withfrom theNational Endowment for ,r. aand c'- arm who will be the Arts and the Wyoming State [Lir~*l~,by Mason Neiman. Legislature, and also by the L~moo, who will be played Crook County Gifted and Tal- ~p~ke-al Lynn. Marian is the ented Fund. [1; h~r~a-ian, and a scrupu- The play will be performed ga,,refined conservative. Thursday, March 25 at 7:OO p.m. _ [~lUa, who is played by A donadon of $2.50 is requested. t/I Clark, is an old loyal Hope to see you there! ;Pth ed FrL, March 19 Chicken pattie or flsh sandwich, green beans, fresh fruit, and milk. Mon., March 22 Salad Bar. Sloppy joes or pork strip sandwich, curly fries, peaches, and milk. Tues., March 23 Salad Bar. Grilled ham and cheese sandwich, tomato or potato soup w/crackers, orange, and milk. Wed., March 24 Salad Bar. Cavatlni, tossed salad, garlic bread, pineapple, and milk. TKura., March 25 Salad Bar. Biscuits and ham- burger gravy, mixed veggies, pears, and milk. Fri., March 26 No School. Parent/Teacher Con- ference Hulett Senior Citizens Menu Fri., March 19 Tuna/macaroni salad, cheese, tater sucks, peas, and frozen yogurt. Sun., March 21 Baked ham, raisin sauce, baked potato, glazed carrots, and cherry dessert. Mon., March 22 Liver and onions or stuffed cab- bage, boiled potatoes, peas, and Tapioca pudding. Tues., March 23 Creamed turkey on biscuit, steamed potatoes, corn, and rice pudding. Wed., March 24 Pot roast w/potatoes/onlons, carrots, and Jello w/mandarin oranges. Thurs., March 25 Ham, sweet potato, carrots, and apple sauce. FrL, March 28 Flsh fillet baked, scalloped po- tatoes, baked beans, and lemon pudding. Hulett Economic Development Holds Meeting A third economic development development/retentlongrouptobe workshop facilitated by Dr. Dennis as effective as possible in meeting Winters is set for March 27, 1999, challenges facing rural communi- 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Devils ties. Tower Clubhouse in Hulett, Wyo- '%Ve~,e been able to identify the ming. The Hulett economic devel- strengths and weaknesses in the opment group as well as lndhrldu- communlty infrastructure. We are als from Sundance and Moorcmft alsofindingavastamountofinfor- have met to assess their communi- mation that we can use in develop- ties and locate sources of addi- ing our strategy. What it really tional economic resource data that comes down to is the fact that we may help in developing a realistic needbodiesthatarewiUingtostick strategy for CrookCounty commu- with the plans on paper and make nities. The next step in the rural them a realityl" stated Bruce economic development process is Brown, Hulett Chamber of Com- to develop strategies based upon merce Economic Development Co- assessment and research data that ordinator. "I think that the people are realistic, who have been attending past During the March 27, 1999 meet- meetings really want to make a ing, Dr. DennlsWinterswlll help to difference for their town and the facilitate and formulate objectives future. It is reassuring to know and set strategies that can be ac- that there are so many individuals complished through existing com- who have the perseverance to make munlty facilities and resources, dreams become reality." CommunltyleadersfromGlendlve Lunch will be available at the and Baker, Montana, will also be Clubhouse. The public is welcome available to explain how they were to attend[ able to structure their economic d A ZauraZYr vPlwt A n Eve 6 gAt TKe Pops by Hulett Mu c D ocrrtm t Kdstl Holzwwth SCHOOL EVENTS Mar. 18 - 24 Mar. 18- 7 th Graders - Hep. B Shot - 10:30 a.m.; - Board Meeting - Sundance - 6:00 p.m. Mar. 20- JH Music Festival - Newcastle Mar. 23- Parent/Teacher Conferences - 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Mar. 24- FFA Regional Speech Contest - Gillette - 9:00 a.m. II II I Letter To The Editor Dear Editor, As many of you already know I will not be serving as your telephone repairman in the Hulett area any longer. Since l won't be able to see most of you very often I feel the need to write and express my gratitude for the patience, help, and understanding that you've extended to me over the last four years. Tackling the Inherent problems the 467 area offered was a challenge to say the least, but I feel good about the progress that was made and I hope most of you do too. I was fortunate to work in one of the most beautiful areas In the county and I met many wonderful people, some of whom became very good friends. My family and I plan to stay in the Beulah area for many years to come so I'm sure I'll see some of you at school activities and ball games. Thanks again and good luck to all of you. Sincerely, Bob Hadden ORDER EARLY FOR GREAT TUXEDO SELECTION Over 200 styles to choose from Price ranges from $55 to $90 (excluding shoes) YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE REGISTERED FOR A FREE PROM PACKAGE WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR TUXEDO ORDER (Value -- $250.00) (drawing Aprl115) Free Tuxedo and Accessories- Spearfish Clothier Free Hair Style - Hairworks Plus Dinner for Two - The Bell Steakhouse Corsage and Boutonniere - House of Flowers Accessory Package- Kathleen's Downtown Spearfish 605-642-2841 Next to Matthews Opera House i 810 E.Z. Gillette, WY :77 Shawn Rsck Lonny "/ Dou9 Leltzke Travl$ Whl~rl~r Gregg Dlttman