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The Sundance imes Page 10 Thursday, May 7, 2015 Bl Every year Bear Lodge students don bright fluorescent orange vests and pick up trash along highway 585. This tradition was started many years ago to help show stu- dents the importance of giving back to the community and to let the people of Sundance know that Bear Lodge staff and students want to help in making this great town a better place to live. The weather cooperated, this year, with lots of sunshine and warm temperatures. Much trash was collected and a few tre sure s were, found;i a[% terwards the students were treated to asoda popi Stu dents from left to right are Dominque Nelson, Tyler Bun- nell, Greg Nelson, Jimmy Kephad, Tally Jackson, Jenna Swaney, David Finn, and Gabriel Rodgers.: ;! Sh w Stamp "" Saturday, May 9, 2015 - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spearfish Senior Center, 1306 lffh Steet, Spea'rfish free al praisals on coins, Contact: 605-717-8375 oi~~2050 Taste of Western TIMES- Breakfast Burritos Submitted by Janet Jensen i I I m 4 eggs 4 flour tortillas i cup milk cup grated cheese I 1 tsp. margarine 1/4- cup salsa 1 cup refried beans - cup chopped green 1 lb. seasoned pork sausage or peppers hamburger seasoned with Optional: onions and Morton Sausage Seasoning mushrooms In medium bowl, mix eggs and milk with fork. Melt margarine',in skillet_ =on medium heat. Brown sausage or hamburger, drain. Saute peppers (onions and mushrooms if desired) in margarine. Stir in egg mixture and cook until firm. Heat refried beans 1-2 minutes in microwave or pan on stovetop. Soften tortillas in microwave or skillet. On each tortilla, place of the eggs, refried beans, meat mixtures, cheese and salsa. Roll tortilla to eat. Crook County CattleWomen Recipes Brought to you by: superior receives Sundance High School Music students par- ticipated in Northeast District Festival last week in Gillette. Several students performed solos on Wednesday and the HS Band and Choir performed on Thursday. All solos and large groups were given ratings for their per- formances by a panel of judges followed by a short clinic. The ratings ange from I to V, with I being a superior and V being a poor rating. The vocal judges were particularly tough this year as one of the three judges gave the majority of solos and large groups a III (good) rating. The vocal soloists from Sundance re- ceiving a Ill rating were Emma Tinsley and Rebecca Dulaney. The results for the instrumental solos were as follows: Grace Anderson-Flute Solo (II), Re- becca Dulaney-Flute Solo (II), Cole Inghram- Euphonium Solo (II), Emma Tinsley-piano solo (II) and Shelby Heaster-Flute Solo (1). The SHS Choir received scores ranging from 21 (Ill) to 31 (I) from the three judges. Their overall rating was a II (Excellent) rating. The SHS Concert Band received Superior ratings from all judges! Congrats to all who partici- pated! Mandy Marl" accompanied the High School Choir. m Bear Lodge students teamed up with Sundance Elementary school fifth graders to clean-up the Sand Creek Access Area in preparation for the summer season. While collecting litter students were encouraged to find the best "treasure" as decided by popular vote. Afterwards students had a picnic and played games. Sand Creek Ac- High School Rodeo Crook County Junior High and High School rodeo con- testants stayed closer to home May 1-3 as they trav- eled to Newcastle for the fourth weekend of their spring rodeos. Junior High at Newcastle Jordyn McNamee of Hu- lett had a good day Friday at the Junior High rodeo plac- ing in both go-rounds. First Go: Barrels - 2nd, Poles - 3rd, Ribbon Roping - 4th. Second Go: Goat Tying - 3rd, Breakaway- Split i/2 Junior high qualifying ro- deos are done for the season until their state finals held in Casper, May 16. High School at Newcastle Saturday and Sunday saw the high school contestants compete as they continue gathering up points before they go to State finals in Douglas the middle of June. Points are given to the top ten in each event each day based on a ten point sys- tem. Saturday Breakaway - 6) Peggy Sue Garman, 2.83 Saturday Calf Roping - 6) Lynden Nelson, 12.71; 9) Tanner Mclnemey, 13.69 Saturday Steer Wresting - 3) Lynden Nelson, 5.26; 8) Tanner Mclnerney, 7.51 Sunday Breakaway- 5) Peggy Sue Garman, 2.71 Sunday Bull Riding- 1) Tyrel Fisk, 73 Sunday Calf Roping - 9) Tanner Mclnerney, 12.28 Sunday Steer Wrestling - 9) Lynden Nelson, 23.45 Sunday Team Roping - 2) Preston Mackey/Lynden Nelson, 7"9 .... .... C ook County conte s in the top ten event stand- ings are: Breakaway 2) .Peggy Sue Garman Bull Riding- 4) Tyrell Fisk Calf Roping - 4) Tanner Mclnerney Steer Wresting -- 4) Lynden Nelson High school rodeo contes- tants and parents will be traveling to Gfllette's Morn- ing Side Park at CAM-Plex this coming weekend, May 9 and 10 to compete there. The rodeo will start at 9 a.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. on Sun- cess Area is located South of Beulah, off 1-90, it is well known for world class fly fishing, day. beautiful scenery, abundant widlife and is close to Historic Ranch A. Submitted byDixie Gorman ,, aS ', Sudoku 1 8 2 6 3 5 7 4 9 lst time Dish subscriber onl~ ', Solution 7 3 5 1 4 9 6 8 2 Credit check and 24 month contr, ctrequired. II iFREE: Puzzleon 4 6 9 7 8 2 5 3 1 ~FREE INSTALLATION~ FOR LtFE : previous page2 5 1 8 9 6 4 7 3 I Call for current promotion,. Sponsored by:3 9 6 5 7 4 1 2 8 Prime Entertainment Communications 60s.892-4s6s I 11013UgHwy. 212. BeileFourche. 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