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Page 11 The Sundance Times Thursday, May 7, 201. t BY SARAH PRIDGEON The event wiU contribute to the club's fundraising efforts, Donkey basketball returns to he adds, which center on ex- Sundance this week thanks to tracurricular activities at the the Sundance Booster Club. The community is invited to the high school on Thursday to enjoy this exhibition game that few spectators will forget in a hurry. Just as the name implies, a game of donkey basketball plays out just as a normal match would - except, in this case, all the players will be rid- ing on the back of donkeys. "We've done it before but it's been a few years," Jonathan Tinsley of the Booster Club. "It will be in the high school, so they have little booties that they put on the donkeys so they don't damage the floor. They ride the donkeys and play basketball - it's going to ...... be fun." high school. "The funds will be coming in for the booster club and we typically support athlet- ics, drama, theater, band- all sorts of things. Typically, as we are asked for assistance, the funds go fight back out into the community," he explains, meanwhile be hosted by Des- "For us, it's a really low over- tination Imagination to raise heard, it doesn't cost us any- funds for students to attend thing because the company the global finals in Tennes- that puts it on travel around see. to do this sort of thing. If The donkey basketbaU event the proceeds at the gate are will take place on May 7 at above $2000, half of that goes Sundance High School. Tick- to us; if it's less than $2000, et prices will be $9 for adults, we get about 60 percent at the $7 for grades seven through gate.~ 12 and $5 for kindergarten The concession stands will through sixth grade. S dance Elementary fifth and sixth grade band students will have their spring concert on Monday, May 11 at 7 p.m. tions to be played ~ the fi~ grade band will in- clude Old MacDonald Had a Band, Hard Rock Blues, Banana Boat Song, Varia-~ tions on a Familiar and March of the ets. graders will playing Patrol, Dr. Rock and Inten- sity. ~e combine bands will perform Rocldn" the Blues and ~'s Go Band. Cooks receiving scripts. Photos courtesy Zeta Anderson Breakfast May 7- Breakfast on a stick, applesauce; mitk vasty May 8 - Breakfast Casserole, string cheese, oranges, juice assorted, whole wheat cin- namon toast, milk variety May 11 - Cereal variety, whole wheat cinnamon toast, fruit cocktail, juice assorted, milk variety May 12- Scrambled eggs, whole ~eat toast,_banana, honey wheat bagel, oranges, milk variety May 14 - Oatmeal breakfast bar, yogurt, fresh grapes, milk variety Lunch May 7 - Soft Shell taco WG, shredded le~uce, tomatoes, May 8- Cook's choice. WW rolled franks, sweet potato crosscuts, green beans, tropi- cal fruit salad, icecream, milk variety May ] 1 - Homemade ~rkey and noodles, ground beef stroganoff, steamed peas and carrots, sliced peaches, whole wheat roll May 12- Filet O' fish sand- wich, cheese, coleslaw, grape tomato, fresh strawber- ries, kiwi, milk variety steamed com, oven fries~ wa- peroni pizza, romaine salad. green peppers, string cheese. granny apple, caramel dip, milk variety Sa~ ~ May 9, 8:sO a.m:, a~ S~r- 9 a m. at Gi, ette 12, 9 a:m~ ~: Douglas Directors auditioning 43 students. Hansel and Gretel will once again embark on their perilous adventure deep into the woods to confront the Wildwood Witch this week at a Missoula Children's Theater per- formance at the high school. Tickets are now available to watch a show featuring cast members from Sundance's schools. The performance will take place on May 8, starting at 5 p.m. with a fundraiser din- ner before the show at 6:30 p.m. Dinner with the show is $15 for adults and $10 for youth; for the show only, tickets will be available at the door at $9 for adults and $5 for youth. An additional show will take place on May 9 at 11 a.m. Both performances will take place in the high school auditorium. The local cast of 43 students features Emma Tinsley as Hansel and Grace Ander- son as Gretel. Granny will be played by Si- erra Hammond, with Becka Dulaney as the Wildwood Witch. Additional cast members include Alexis Cherveny, Levi Rudloff, Bailey Hofland, Faith Anderson, Aspen Jones, Marcus Meisner, Cana Mclnerney, Jeral Nehl as the witch's loyal servants, the crafty cooks, and Ella Bifulco, Taryn Hammond, Avery Cherveny, Jade Weaver, Mazelynn Sharp, Joey Mattis, Irene Finn, Hunter Cherveny, Ty Holloman, Brook Hofland, Jayce Ham- mond, Sheridan Schubarth, Jordan Mouad and Brock Hammond as the modern- day campers somehow lost in time in the woods. The Rascals will be played by Deklan Gill, Izzy Fouch, Jacob Schommer, Avery Mar- tind, Karen Ulmer, Gracie Davis and Hay- lee Steebes, while the mythical wallybirds will played by Josie Julian, Olivia Knutson, Kayleigh Opstedahl, Halden Harmon, Tessa Sanderson, Porter Watt, Owen Watt, Blake- ly Gill and Jasmine McDonald. The Missoula Children's Theatre resi- dency is presented locally by the Sundance MCT Committee with support from Powder River Energy Foundation and Sundance State Bank. MCT Directors for this produc- tion are Erik Montague and Courtney Kaye Kirby. For more information, call Zeta Anderson at 307-756-2141. with Chocolates, Cakes, and Wine MAY OTM, 2015 S:O0 PM - 7:00 PM At the 1875 .Gallery 109 N. srd Street m Sundance AI T.GIrTS.BO01(5 .... JUST rorLurp4. C=ho.colates and cakes by Melanie Wilm , Magae Dragon Treats Wine, Lemonade & Coffee provided by the Crook Couhty Museum & Art Gallery High School Golf Sundance-Hulett golfers at Wright Wright - May 2 Boys Teams Sudnance-Hulett Big Horn Lusk Thermopolis Upton Wright Tongue River Moorcroft Girls Teams Lusk Tongue River score 352 384 384 391 398 403 423 439 score 316 338 Big Horn Sundance;Hulett Upton Boys Individual Austin Penning (Tie 4) Ty Hauber (Tie 4) Taylor Penning (Tie 7) Wyatt Sigel ( I 0) Jon Geil Glrls Individual Maggie Geil (8) Katie Rathbun Courtney Johnson Maria Schelling 347 362 376 score 84 84 91 93 97 score 112 123 127 133 Receive 20% OFF $6900 Room Special s~May i-May 28 restrictions al~ly. Nor rand on group reservmons, $2099u.., $899kids lO&under E DEGREE PROGRAMS Masters in Education Educational Administration Masters in Education School Counseling Masters in Education Curriculum and Instruction Master dArts in Education Master of Business Administration Master of Science in Organizational Management For more information contact Admissions at 308-432-6263 or graduateadmissions@csc.edu csc.edu/online ] 1000 Main Street J Chadron, NE THURSDAY, MAY 7 7 p.m. in the SUNDANCE HIGH SCHOOL GYM Sponsored by the Sundance Booster Club Family Funl , Entertainment . Thrills Er SpillS! . Lot of Laughs! ADULTS...$8 STUDENTS (7-12)._$6 CHILDREN (K-6)...$4 AVAILABLE AT THE BANK & DILLON'S ADULTS...$9 STUDENTS (7-12)._$7 CHILDREN (K-6)...$5 Presented by Donkey Sports, Inc. of EnUat, Washington