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.~ E~S FILE HC 65, BOx Oark, AR 7 Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundanee and U.S. Land Office CENTS PER COPY .... ii ...... iiii!ili:i!i iii ili i:i!ii::: !ili:iiii:i !:i:iii i .................................. -: !!::.i.!:i.i:::.:i:i:::.:::~::i.~:::i/Y:: i:-, :.! ......... IN THE BLACK H LS OF WYOMING NINi It NINYH YFJUI NO. 22 MAY 29, 1997 Attention hunters! May 31 is deadline Resident hunters are reminded the deadline to apply for limited quota elk, deer and antelope li- censes is May 31 this year. Since May 31 is a Saturday, the Wyoming Game and Fish Depart- ment will accept the first mail de- livery Monday. June 2 and all ap- plications deposited by 8 a.m. that day in the drop box at the Cheyenne headquarters main entrance. The G&F cautions hunters not to list any area on the application they are not prepared to hunt. Every year some applicants inad- vertently draw private land areas they listed, but didn't really want. Hunters only need to mark the "first choice" box to make the ap- plication valid. KSQY radio, Two Wheeler Dealer members. Donations of canned Men, and 15-mile Sport Women Cycle and Fiiness Stores, Mountain food will also be accepted for the and an 8-mile course for Sport Mania, Scheels, Coca-Cola and community food bank. Entry feeTeener and Recreation. Helmets Black Hills Mountain Bike Asso- includes race t:shirt for all racers, are required and parental release clation will sponsor the 8th annual Race will start promptly at 10:45 forall racers under 18yearsofage. Bear Lodge Fat Tire Challenge forrec riders, and for all others at For more informatlon contact Ken Mountain Bike Race on June I, l I a.m. Denzin 307-283- 1177, Leroy 1997 in Sundance, WY. Anderson 283-2034, Dennis Registrationwfllopenat8:30a.m. There wlll be a 25-mile ExpertEdwards 307-283-2033, Two at the gazebo on the courthouse Mens course, a 20-mile Expert Wheeler Dealer Cycle and Fitness lawn, downtown Sundance. Entry Women and Advance Men, a 17- Stores, Mountain Mania, or Spoke fee will be $10 to $20 for BHMBA mile Advanced Women and Sport and Edge Sports. members and $20 to $25 for non- O Baby benefit planned in Upton L gel, Sundance, is shown above with Offers of Appoint- the U.8. Military Academy, West Point, New York, Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. He has accepted Naval Academy, and his Induction I, 1997. 12,000 young men and women receive congressional to the Naval Academy. The applicant pool Screened, and 2,200 are considered fully qualified. Only receive offers of appointment. his first year at Black Hills State University He is a 1996 graduate of Northern Hills Christian SD after transferring from Sundance Christian 1995. son of Janet Rngel Lake, Sundanee and Don Engel, Nebraska. Allen L. Wyatt organizations. After some discus- Chamber of sion the guidelines were accepted met Tuesday, May 20 in concept. Chamber members will care for their monthly provide feedback over the next gwas called to month on the draft guidelines, and President Debra Wyattthe subcommittee will present fi- nal guidelines to the Chamber at of the discussion re-next month's meeting. the disposition of In other business, it was reported from the city of that Dixie Boyle Is working on the on behalf materials for the historical walk- ing tour, and those materials Provides to the chamber should be done by June. It was have no restrictions also related that the Crook County can be used as the Promotion Board agreed to relm- Sees fit for its activities, burse the Chamber for $1,000 of action by the chain- the costs associated with produc- spending morato- Ing the segment of the travel video on the funds in Feb- approved last month. The video Specified the funds be should be finalized and ready in Considered part of the thenearfuture, andltisantlclpated general fund, to be used that the production will help to chain- effectively promote the Sundance area. a rules subcommitteeThe next meeting for the chamber first-draft version of is scheduled for noon on Tuesday, for the dis- June 17, at hlgbee's. All members to non-profit and interested people are invited to attend. (~tlb Pack 62 awarded three Webelo Scouts the Arrow of highest advancement and bridged them to Boy 62. Heath Baron, Chris Mitchell and Andrew Wyatt. are, back row, left to right: Allen Wyatt, John Noisn, Eric Wyatt, Jeremy Peterson, Thommas Love. to right, are: Andrew Wyatt, Heath Baron, Chris Jeitz and Jim Miles. Two new members of the com- munity of Upton need held. Kaiflyn Marie, daughter of Chad and Brldgette Hodson and Andrew Joseph, son of Buffy Haynes and Jusln McMillan have had extended stays in the hospital. The women of the Catholic and Methodist churches are organizing an auction and entertainment to raise money to help these families with their medical expenses. The benefit will be held on June 20 starting at 5 p.m. at the Upton Community Center. They are asking all other churches and orgm iz Uorus and businesses In the community and surround- ing area to help out if they are able. Ifanyone has items for the auction or talent for the entertainment, or Just good workers, they welcome the help. Contact Bey Gerber 468-2472, Mary Hart 468-2348, Mary Ann Shannon 468-2289, Neva Wllmont 468-2420 or for entertainment, call Coleen Parrent 468-2309 or Mary Hart. Food will be served throughout the evening. Extras nud d for South Dakota movie Wyoming residents are being called on to sign up as movie extras in a Bruce Willis-feature film shooting In Sturgis, SD in early June. Filming is scheduled to begin the first week of June on the feature fllmASimon,@ starring Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin. In connection with the filming, Holzer and Ridge, a Chicago-based casting company, is seeking Wyoming residents In the northeast Wyoming vicinity to be extras. Some extras may work for several days and all extras will be paid. Male and female extras over {he age of 16, are needed to work In the film. All extras will serve in the background of the movie scenes being hot in Sturgis. Those Wyoming residents inter- ested in applying, must being a recent color snapshot of them- selves, along with an ink pen, to the interview at: The Sturgis City Auditorium, 1019 Main Street, Sturgis, SD on Saturday, May 3 l from I I a.m. to 3 p.m. Experience is not required, but registrants must be 16 or over. Photos will not be returned. h Congratulations to Lllllan Cress- man, University of Wyoming Co- operative Extension's Crook County Volunteer of the Month for May. Lilllan gives her time to the Crook County Nursing Home by doing residents' hair and nails, taking care of the flower gardens, the in- side plants and visits with the residents. She also takes care of the Sundance United Methodist Church's lawn and attends to thIngs inside the church. One nomination states, "Llllian also helps to keep the community spruced up by picking up litter and trimming hedges and trees." Lfllian is the first ever Crook County Volunteer of the Month. The newly founded contest is sponsored by the Cooperative Ex- tension Service In an effort to thank local volunteers for their thne and effort. Nominations are sent into the extension office and a panel of out-of-county impartial Judges chose the winner for the month. If anyone knows of someone who unselfishly gives of their time and effort to a great cause, make sure and fill out a nomination form and Cultural program planned at DT Recording artist Keith Bear will return to Devils Tower and kick off another season of cultural dem- onstrator program at the monu- ment. The special programs will take place on weekends through- out the summer season. Kelth Bear, a Mandan Hldatsu, is a self-taught flute player and fas- cinating storyteller who has been enchanting audiences sInce 1986. His unique performances blend music with stories passed down and collected from family and friends. Keith will give two special per- formances at Devils Tower. Show times are 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1 and will take place at the amphitheater near the monument campground. Ad- mission to the programs are free, although there is an entrance fee into the monument. For additional information and dates of upcoming programs, contact the monument at 307-467- 5283. issues to at pu Tom Pringle, Gov. Geringer's Health Policy Advisor, will hold a public meeting in Sundance on Wednesday, May 28. The meeting is scheduled from 7 - 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the library. Pringle will also hold a public meeting In Hulett at the Hulett Auditorlum on Thursday, May29 from I 1:30 a.m. to I p.m. The purpose of the meetings will be to discuss issues of importance to Northeast Wyoming with a focus on health issues. Pringle would like to hear comments about pro- gram funding for the next biennium and key health issues that will help in strategic planning for the future. However, he want to pro- vide the opportunity for individu- als to express any concerns they wish to address. A total of 38 pub- lie hearings will be held through- out Wyoming during May and June. Pringle, originally from Upton, graduated from Upton High School In 1979. He holds an undergradu- ate degree and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Wyoming. He is the son of Luther and Lucille Pringle, Upton. Tom and his wife, Laura live in Cheyenne. Chris 8tewart, 4-H Program Associate, is shown above presenUng Lilian Cnmsmmn with the 'Wolunteer of the Month" certificate on May 22. Darlene Christensen, Home Economist, is looking on. Photo by Donna Allen enter them In the June Crook at 307-283-1 County Volunteer of the Month mation. program. Call the Extension Office 192 for more Infer- The readings: May 22 62 50 .07 Highs Lows Prec. May 23 67 45 0 May 19 61 26 T May 24 72 40 .02 May 20 65 30 0 May 25 61 46 .68 May 21 78 53 .13 8ummer reading at the library Klckoffof the Library's summer reading program is on Monday, June 9 with a teepee raisIng. Register anytime. Chase your dreams with crafts, games, readIng and special events. Fair board will meet The Crook County Fair Board will meet on Tuesday, June 3, and Tuesday, June 17 at 6 p.m. in the 4-H Hall at the fairgrounds. 8undance senior citizens set meeting An informational meeting of Sundance Senior Citizens and all persons interested in the Sundance Senior Center building grant project will be held Friday, May 30, at 2 p.m. at the Sundance Senior Center. Book signing at 8undance Books There will be a book signing at Sundance Books on Wednesday, June 4 from 4-7 p.m. Page Lambert will be slgning copies of her new book, "Shifting Stars", and Gaydell Collier will be signing copies of "Leaning Into the Wind", an anthology she helped to edlt. The community is invited. Friendship Bible class scheduled Beginning on Wednesday, June I I, there will be a Friendship Bible class in the Sundance City Park starting at 9 a.m. Bring the kids to play on the swings[ For more information call Peggy Howard, 283-2395. Business workshop offered at Library The University Extension Service and Small Business Development Center are offering a workshop on Starting Your Own Business on Thursday, May 29 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the meeting room of the Crook County Library. For reservations call 283-I 192. Volkswalk to be held in Hulett A Volkswalk will be held in Hulett on Sunday, June 8. Registration is at Hulett High School from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., walk finished by 5 p.m. The walk is at Devils Tower Golf course and Country Club. Aane ean Legion auxiliary meetin The American Legion Auxiliary will meet this Thursday, May 29 at 1:30 p.m. at the Crook County Library. Members should note thls Is the June meeting rescheduled for May 29. All members are encouraged to attend. *****************************************************************************