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News t; The Sundance Times Page 18 Thursday, March 28, 2013 Pack and Troop 62 attend Scout-O-Rama WILL YOU BE THERE THE MOMENT YOU'RE NEEDED. :) V4ill you be there when a life needs to be saved? When homes are threatened by a natu dt disaser The answer *s "yes" if" you're a member of the Nar.ional Guard. Leiwn more about being l:hel'e for )'our COilqfTlUl/Ity at NATIONALGUARD,com or call 1-800-GO-GUARD. NATIONALGUARD.com ) . On Sat., Mar. 16, scouts from Pack and Troop 62 attended the annual Scout-O-Rama at the Spearfish Recreation and Aquatics Center. Together the The boys' first aid kit booth at the Scout-O-Rama. scouts had a booth center- starter first aid kits that fit ing on the theme "Building in a film can. We had a busy Communities - One Scout at booth with lots of participants a Time." For our community, making about 14 kits to take service booth we made mini with them. At the awards ceremony Pack/Troop 62 had won a trophy for the best booth[ Pack 62 scouts attending were: Tristin Crowder, Brad Hayer, Wade Byrne, Dalton Byrne, Zack Duvall, Leo Ly- ons, and Devin Diede. Troop 62 scouts attending were: Brendan Diede, Joe Hangs- tier, Braylon Brekke, Ethan Streeter and Cole Ingham. Parents and leaders that helped at the booth were: Danea and Corey Crowder, Mike and Tanya Hayer, Bar- bara Bryne, Tim Lyons, Josh and Toni Diede, Mary Hang- stler, Tina Ingham and Di- ane Johannesen. The scouts enjoyed the pinewood derby races ani visiting the other booths. FAIRNESS RESPET l i www.nhcinema.com 1830 N. 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Box OmcE HouRs MoN-TH 6:00 FRI 3:00 SAT-SUN 12:30 CALL 642-4212 OR VISIT OuR WEBSITE WWW.NHCINEMA.COM Back row, leffto rlght: Tim Lyons, Tanya Hayer, Diane Johannesen; front: Ethan Sfreet- e r, Devin Deide, Brad Hayer, Braylon Brekke, Leo Lyons and Brendan Diede. Chamber: continued from page 1 made available at tourist locations around the area, such as the Devils Tower and the Aladdin Visitor's Center. For more information about ad- vertising in the guide, contact Trudy Pridgeon, Robyn Finch or one of the other Chamber of- ricers: Jim Bowman, Vice President; Paul Con- stantin, Secretary; or Jim Durfee, Treasurer. The Chamber is still looking for local events to add to the calendar for 2013 and publicize on its Facebook page, such as open houses, gatherings and public activities. To submit a calendar date, email chamber@sundancewy- oming.com or call 1-800-477-9340; you can also find the Chamber's website at www.sun- dancewyoming.com and its Facebook page by searching for "Sundance, Wyoming Chamber of Commerce." Membership Drive Join the next meeting on April 8, 2013 At 6:30 p.m. Wh at' s n i n g ? Share the news of your upcoming event with our readers! , suncmncehme>,om 30,  ,8,o- 34l Bandmaster Peyton Ewlng, fourth grader at Sundance Elementary. He earned a I (excellent) on his vocal solo and a II (superior) on his piano solo at the South Dakota Bandmasters Grade School Muslc Contest in Spearfish on March 16. He and eleven other students attending the event are music stu- dents of Janet Lake. F(IC & members ;en d[ st convention Members attending the WY FCCLA State Convention visit and pose in front of the Capitol. Sundance FCCLA members traveled to Cheyenne last week to take part in the Wyoming FCCLA Convention Survivor. 20 members competed with projects, attended workshops and un- loaded a Feed the Children truck. Five members qualified for the National Leadership Meet- ing in Nashville this summer. Logan Stefanich and Donnavan Gray received a gold medal in Chapter Service manual with their project to help the Sundance Food Bank. From the Feed the Children truck Sundance brought home 56 boxes of food and toiletry items which will be donated to the Sundance Food Bank. Stefanich also took second in the Creed contest. Angela Reed has been creating an awareness and helping Crook County Relay for Life with her fundraising campaign. By raffling a quilt, selling pink volleyballs and Valentine cookies she will have over $400 to donate to Cassidy's Crusaders. Mandee Stutzman and ShyAnne Blake both won in the cate- gory Textile Arts. Stutzman recycled and created a knitted san- dal using an old pair of flip flops with the help of Flo Jacobs. Blake won with the BQ3 quilt entry she made for her niece. Rebecca Schelling received an award for her project "Be Your Own Best Friend." She addressed the issue of abstinence and invited a speaker to school to talk to girls about the conse- quences of sex. Mallory Cross took second place, receiving a silver medal in the Cake decorating competition. Colton Watt received a silver medal in Illustrated Talk. In his speech "Let's Eat Healthyl" he informed people of the health dangers and effects to our soci- ety when eating too much fast food. Logan Stefanich received the silver medal in the Creed Contest. Skye Seeley and Olivia Croft received the bronze medal with the fundraising efforts for Make-A-Wish. Others competing were Brooklyn Corley, Makenzy Maston, Jaslyn Seeley, Maddy Stoddard and Signe Simpson in the Focus on Children event. Brooklyn Fossen and Sheyenne Halstengard displayed their Chapter Service manual. Logan Fossen made cookies in the Baking event. Alexis Engstrom Sara Ann Ramos competed in the Creed contest and Quiz Bowl. Overall the chapter won the Community Service and Families First event for the state.