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Page 3 The Sundance Times Thursday, May 7, 201. informational, nonprofff, service antisocial group meeting and eventnofices for the purpose of notifying the public of upcoming events. Please confine to basic in- formation (name of event/meet- ing,, y, date; time, place). Sat., May 9, noon I-3 p.m., Sundance Pond- For ink) contact Doug Ramsey, 290-2901. Mo er's Day Service Mort., May 1 I, 5:30 p.m., Shoo g Sports Building Oshoto Fire Zone #25 Mort., May 1 I, '6 p.m., cr t westo- vet's Home - Carry-in supper fol- lowed by Wild Land Fire Behavior Man,; May 1 I, 7 p.m.j WildWest EspreSso Genealogy Tues., May 12, 6:30 p.m., LDS Church - For into contact Jim.beefier, Turtles Storytime SUM to host annual Mother/ Daughter Salad Supper On May 13 at 6 p.m., the Sundance United Method- ist church will host its an- nual Mother/Daughter Salad Supper. Bring your mother, daughter or neighbor to en- joy salads that you and your neighbors have prepared. If you are unable to prepare a salad come join us there is al- ways plenty to share. The Nur- ture and Membership commit- tee will pm ae-rolis desserts, and drinks. Our entertainment for the evening will be the students of Janet lake's music lessons. If you have entertainment to share please contact Joyce at 283-1978 to arrange for a place in the program. Monday VBS, the after school program for kids pre-K through sixth grade will end on May 11. We have had a great year of learning about being servants for the work of Jesus in the world. Just around the comer, we will host Summer VBS in early July watch for flyers. ree lea lnlCS Crook County Medical Services District {CCMSD) will be offer- ing Free Sports Physicals to all students attending Crook County Schools starting May 1, 2015 through July 31, 2015. To receive a free physical, the student must be attending a school in the Crook County School District such as Bear Lodge High School, Sundance Secondary, Moorcroft Secondary or Hulett Second- ary. Free Sports Physicals are being completed at the CCMSD Sun- dance Clinic, Moorcroft Clinic and Hulett Clinic. Student physicals are required by the State of Wyoming for various activities. A sports physical is required for students in- terested in playing school athletics as well as summer camps, clinics and more. "Sport Physicals are very important for our student athletes, it is a way to help identify potential health risks prior to athletic competition, stated Jeff Mengenhausen, CEO." Students do not need to have insurance to receive the physi- cals, but they do need to schedule an appointment at any of the three clinics during the dates and time offered. The students must also have a completed medical history form signed by a parent or guardian. "CCMSD is moving in a positive direction and the CCMSD Board of Trustees are looking at different ways to give back to our communities and ensure our young athletes are safe, stated Connie Lindmier, Secretary of the Board." CCMSD's focus is to provide patients, residents and families high quality health care and the best experience possible. If any- one has any questions please call (307) 283-3501. e • • • • • • • • t • • • • • • • • • • e • o o o o e e o o ~ o o o o Q o o o Crook Count9 Cowbo Church Notjust for cowbogs.., for an~or~ who wan~ t~join in a time o; Fello;. hip and growl.S to,.Ked'~er to build a ’ommun~t9 o; believers. Everyone is Welcome ! Thursday May 14th @ 6:30 PM RAM Center 18o48 us Hwy 14 Sundance, WY (Appr0x 14 Miles West of Sundance) [=or inFo, contact Cind9 at ZOg-~Z7-’O4-7 or Trinit9 at ~O7-~9 I-OOZZ www f-acebook.com/crookcounL~cowbogchurch t • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • e e e e e e e e e o e o e e e e e Hulett Clinic, Moorcroft Clinic, Sundance Clinic Sundance Hospital & Long Term Care Services available Black Hills Ultrasound May 6th Sundance May 21st Mo0rcmft May 28th Sundance DMS MRI Mobile May 6, 13, 20 & 27th Sundance On site: Bone Density Scan Radiology/Cat Scan Laboratory Electrocardiogram L i"~:=: Providers: • Keith Noback MD • Robert Cummings PAC • Kenda Huseby NP-C • Alicia LePard NP-C • Micki Tucker NP-C • Patti Veil FNP Outreach Providers: Tiffany Bee MD Surgeon Sundance (2nd Monday of Month) Keith Mills MD Oncologist Sundance (3rd Thursday of Month) Gregg McAdoo MD OB/GYN Moorcroft (May 21 st-once a month) CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES DISTRICT Supper Wed., May 13, 6 p.m., Sundance United Methodist Church Crook County Weed and Pest Board Wed., May 13, 7 p,m., Weed and Pest Office thurs., May 14, 9 a.m.-3:30 p,m., Courthouse - For appointment call Jeanette Smith, 283-2803 or 307-643- 2100 Volksmarch Sat., May 16, Beul~- For into con- visit Jbhvaiorg Aluminum Cans Can be placed in the trailer by the car wash. NO BOTI1.ES, PLEASB call Doreen. 281-O317. All welcome. AI-Anon Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center Alcoholics Anonymous Every Tuesday and thursday, 8 p,m, Every thursday, 9 a.m. weigh-in, 9:30 meeting- For more information call Mona at 283-2129. Please call the Crook Coun Natural-Resource Distdct at 283- 2870 to pick up sample bottles and schedule a delivery and lab ana or find us on the web at www. ccnrd.org for additional informa- tion. n's Outreach & bread or salad, chocolate s~e cake 13, baked coleslaw, light rol and mmnmmnn IMrys "1 BatiK=t sJuIm 114W. Hudson m Spearfish 642-8603 ImNmN| nN THUS U i FOR A j =2 DISCOUNT mimim CCMSD quilt raffle drawing rescheduled Crook County Medical Ser- vices District (CCMSD) has re- scheduled the drawing for the Quilt made by Cindy Klinger of Hulett until July 5. Raffle tickets are for sale for $5 at CCMSD, please call 283-3501 with any questions. Committee: continued from page 1 from Wyoming. One high- light, he said, was seeing .Wy- oming's owr!,.,Rawtins~ Mahn Street Program awarded the 2015 Great American Main Street Award. Courchaine stated that Sundance is now on the Wyo- ming Business Council's ra- dar with its string of recent successful programs and ac- tivities and outreach from the chamber and city. The Main Street Program is built on a foundation of vol- unteers with a passion for their community. When a community is accepted in to the Wyoming Main Street program, doors are opened for technical assistance and grants for activities such as design improvements for pub- lic and private structures. A Main Street designation will be particularly helpful to Old Stoney, as it will become eligible for grants to complete the building that may not be available otherwise. For more information on the Main Street program, visit www.mainstreet.org. Anyone interested in seeing Sundance grow and thrive, making it an even better place to work and live, is encouraged to join the committee; contact Rocky Courchaine at the museum for more information. Thank you Working with The Sundance Times these past years made me feel that the newspaper crew was my family here in Sundance. Thank you so much for the support and trust you bestowed on me. Your gift will always have a sentimental value for me. I will miss the warmth that I received from all of you. My retirement party was a very lovely day. Thank you all. Sincerely, Virginia ..................... -, ;:' ,/ . : --:-:.:: ..-: available: VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT, TRAILERS, PIPE, SHOP ITEMS 15158 HWY 51,MOORCROFT, WY Friday, May 15, 2015 - 10:30 AM Yamar B50 mini track hoe; 6 vehicles; 5 trailers; 656 Farmall tractor; portable buildings; 1In'', 2s~8,' & 27/8'' pipe; ~,,~..,s...~,.,.yM,,,~.,~: portable panels; tools & shop items; iron & much more. See complete list and photos at www.bradeenauction.com - 605-673-2629. When? Thursday, May 7th Where? Courthouse Basement Time: 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Light Lunch: 11:45 a.m.-noon Prayer Ceremony: Noon-12:30 p.m. Why?. Our God commands it and our Nation needs it! " Any Questions, Contact Pastor Dave Jagem~nh, 282-0967 i[ • Please take the time to attend! Devil's Tower RELAY FOR LIFE May 30t~ @ Devil's Tower KOA Campground LUMINARIA CEREMONY WILL BEGIN AT APPROXIMATELY One important aspect of the American Cancer Society Relay For Life is the opportunity for people to come together to remember loved ones lost to cancer and honor those who have won their battle, One of the most moving parts of the event is the Lumlnaria Ceremony. As the sun sets over campsites and darkness falls, the night is brightened by the glow of illuminated bags called luminarias, each bearing the name of someone who has ba~led cancer, Some celebrate cancer survivors, while others help us honor and remember those gone too soon, All represent someone special who has been profoundly affected by cancer and the family and friends who continue tO fight back in their honor. A Sugg~ted donation of SS.O0 per each tuminaria will honor or remember someone you love who is surviving cancer or has lost the cancer str~gg~e, PLEASE PRINT: Pro-chaser's Name Daytime Phone # () Evening Phone #( ). PLEASE PRINT: [~t IN HONOR OF ~ ~ IN MEMORY OF .............................................................................................. I ,N MEMOR IN HONOR OF IN HONOR OF ....... ! IN MEMORY OF ) ~ ,N M~yoRY___%L .................................................................................. ~I IN HONOR OF ) [:] IN MEMORY OF J l~ IN HONOR OF I [] IN MEMORY OF M ~] IN HONOR OF I [~ IN MEMORY OF Total number of luminaries I here requested Enclosed iS my check made payable to the American Cancer Society or cash, totaling $ ____ Please return this form along with your donation either at Team Captain meetings or to: American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Devil's Tower Florence Reynolds 2720 New Haven Rd Oshoto, Wy 82721 alflo1417~hotmail.com (307) 467-5604 The Sundance Times (USPS: 526-720) Copyright © 2015 by Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Linda Moberg, is published weekly at 311 Main Street, PO Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. Business, Editorial Offices, Accounting and Circulation Offices: 311 Main Street, PO Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. Periodi- cals Postage Paid at Sundance WY 82729. 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