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Page 8- Thursday, April 22, 1999 The monthly birthday party at Sundance Senior Citizens center held Friday, April 16, was a spe- cial occasion. In attendance were four Sun- dance residents over 90 years of age. Bess Mitts, born 91 years ago this month on Redwater, is stir very actlve; she has worked at the local Public Health office since 1981, and is still going strong, e Ted Dorothy. who is 92 this month, came to the area from Dayton, WY in 1959. Ted was born In Iowa. Margaret Beagle, whose birth- day was the dayofthe celebration, is 92. Margaret is a lifetime resi- dent of the area, born near the present Keyhole dam, in Crook County, and raised in Campbell County. She was a respected and well-loved nurse in the area for well over forty years. Eleanor Vines is 93 this month. She was born on the Banks ranch, some ten miles south of Sun- dance on Highway 585, and like Bess, has been a lifetime resident of the county. All the honorees live in Sun- dance, in their own homes, at the present time. The birth- day cel- ebrants, as well as the other guests at the event, expressed their appreciation to Pat Duca. For more than ten years, each month Pat has baked and brought a cake to the Center's birthday coffee to honor the people whose birthdays have occurred during the month. It was gener- ally agreed that they all have been deliciousl ATax 2000 information meeting • Current excise taxes on ciga- will be held Tuesday, May4, atthe rettes, tobacco products, alcohol courthouse meeting room, from and motor fuels. 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., ac- • Exclusions and e.xempUons in cording to David Wehrly, presl- the sales tax statutes for potentia) dent of the Sundance Chamber of broafl, enlng of tax. Cormnerce. The Chamber is spon- • A real estate transfer tax. sorlng the event. John Hines, •Fiscalrestralnt--inshort, curb- chairman of the tax reform com- Ing spending mRtee, will be on hand to speak, Long term options under consid- and to take questions and com- erat_ion are: ments. • Individual and corporate in- The Tax Reform 2000 Commit- come tax. tee is charged with recommend- • Increase In the state's sales ing to the state the standards and tax. options developing a fair, vi- • Increase in the state's property able, and economically competi- tax. tlve state and local tax structure • Increase In the severance tax. capable of generating sufficient • Maximizing Income from per- revenues to meet expected needs manent fund. in the future.The committee plans • New sources of revenue. to take input throughout the state The committee has amassed an untllDeeember 31, 1999, atwhich enormousamountofdata. Itwould time it must by statute, be dis- appear that increased revenue solved, must be found. It is in the interest To date the committee Is study- of all taxpayers to particlpate and tng four short-term options: have theft views considered. • ler Watts, freshman, returnsOther returning golfers are: Joe to the course after finishing tenth Jackson, Brad Scribner, Matt Lam- at state this fall. bert, and Joe Wilson. "As all golfers know," according New golfers this spring include: to Watts, "golf is life." DeniseCanfleld, NlcoleNolan, Nate For the first time ever a Bulldog Corean. Kyle Ludeman, SamDavls, golf team placed seventh out of and Travls Bouldin. thirteen teams in the state. Watts CmRchea comer:. As the coach of was the only 2A golfer placing at Sundance's first ever high school state. Otherreturninggolferswho golfteam, CoachDaveWatsonsays, dldwellthisfallwere: deffVirchow. "I have inherited a goffteam that is Joseph Cornelia, Alec Hflty. and verysolid and should be in conten- Chris Durfee. tion for winning conference. All "As you begin thisJourney--a trlp our golfers are very competitive. that you may very well enjoy for I'm very moved by the team's level the rest of your life, It is important ofintensltyand their desire to win. to remember one thing: golf is best They love the feel of victory. The when taken lightly and with a new golfers appear to have caught grain of sail Keep the game in this Bulldog spirit too. They are perspective; have fun and the game ready to do whatever it takes to will do the rest," said senior Chris improve." Durfee. 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