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elected to Devils FFA to serve during Doug Dirks, presi- Mahoney, vice-presi- Reed, second vice- president; Richard Cmntz, third held May 18 as a fund-raiser for a The auction will be held at noon off at the Long Term Health Care vice-president; Mike Johnson, canopy over the patio at the Belle in the south parking lot of the Center any time before the secretary; Jeff Neiman, treas- Fourche Long Term Health Care center with local auctioneer Fred auction. urer; "Mike Tremble, sentinel; Center. Ager donating his services. Dona- Trainfest '86 Wade Pearson, parliamentarian; The center has been saving to tions of items which could be Volksmarch and Ben Can'man, reporter, buy the canopy for over a year, auctioned would he appreciated, in Cheyenne Advisor for the group is Tom and have successfully raised If you wish to make a donation The Cheyenne High Plains Stults. about $1,748.50 from other fund of money toward the cause, ca]] Wanderers, members of the Benefit auctionMay 18 for raisers and memorials. The steel 892-3336, extension 158. Items American Volksport Association, LHTCC canopy and redwood canopy will cost for the auction may be dropped will stage a Trainfest '86 Volks- A community auction will be $6,000. MAY 15, 1986" march, July 19 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Cheyetme Union Pacific Depot. This volksmarch will start and finish at the depot beginning at 7 a.m. A volksmarch is a l~.on-competi- rive spbrting event along a pre- marked trail. Participants may walk, ~og or run at their own pace THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 and everyone who finishes is a wirmer. The Trainfeet '86 walk along 15th Street to the "Big Boy" locomotive, and beyond - is free, unless participants wish to have their IVV credit, $1.50 or prefer the Tralnfest '86 com- memorative pewter medal $4 for pre-registrents or same day.. registration. # think you're grads, and continued SUccess reward in the years Come. Sundance Appliance want to join all of Your friends, teachers and ghbors i n wishing the very best. TO CONGRATULATE GRADS. We join your many friends in wishing you continued suc- cess in future endeavors. e Our community will remem- ber you well, class of 1986. We hope to know you better in the years ahead. ...-.: " ~.: o .-.'..'.. ::'.{:i ii!ii c l a s s )-. of :.-. :':"- 1986 :Look out, World - Here they come! Aro Restaurant f) / Keep up the good work, graduates...you've done well GRADS Bright. Charming. Intelligent. Energetic. Look out, World --- Here they come! I You're terrific...and we know the best is yet to come. Good lucktoyou. You took a giant tep upwards, rads. R C Oil Company ..... i You're on your way, class of 1986, to further achievements, Best wishes to all graduating We're happy for these bright young men and women. I Good Going, It's easy to see your future is bright, graduates You're