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sty System" and 'The Digestive System" for hls Vet Science project. The meeting was adjourned by Jamle. Refreshments were served by Whites and Grafs. The Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club meeting was held June 1 at the Civic Center. The meeting was called to order by Jamie Graf. The Pledge of Alle- giance was led by Amber Fowlkes and the 4-H pledge was led by Diana Ballou. April Graf read roll call with eleven members present and two guests. Dustie Thomas and Chris Veil. April read the minutes of the previous meeting. Zack Jay and Josh Copus went on a field trip for shooting sports. Jamie Graf appointed Ryan, Ja- son, Brian, Justin and Zack on the Four Sundance teams and three Hulett teams participated In the Sundance mid-season tournament here on Saturday. July 10. The first game started at 8 a.m. and games continued until 7:45 p.m. The weather was cool and windy, but we escaped and big thunderstorm. The Hulett Post & Pole team won the tournament with the Sundance Black Panthers winning second Stomach; Goals for Pact 2 (Sew- lng). Cassie Snook: Structural Un- soundness and Blemishes: Leather U a~Qtay explains range management practices at the Warbonnet4-H float committee. Craft Tools and what they are used CO" _. ~ near Moorcroft, during the 8CS/DTCD field day held July 8, Other business brought up wasfor. lV,!lL ookJ" the 4-H Camp is to be June 20-23, Shana Jahnlg: Leathercraft; How Maupin Memorial Rodeo is coming to Get Stains Out. ~n~ ! up and State Horse Knowledge Chance Jahnlg: Leathercraft: O Bowl is going to be held at Gillette. We hope to have Senior team go- ing. "l Jamle adjourned the meeting. Refreshments were served by d Shine, clear water, lush pus- The group gathered at the Stinsons. ,,leell.;--. ____ ._art lilt, growing trees and contented Warbonnet Ranch for a picnic The next meeting will be held on i'~~~me~h~r~x~i~noess~i~'r~~e e areithethlenga_, lunch, and observed Holistlc Re-July 6 at 7:00 In the Hulett Park. source Management (HUM) In Brian and Diana Ballou practice. Areas of Crested Wheat- Reporters ~efleld day co-sponsored by grass and Bozoisky Russian ~ae:~.lIConservation Service (SCS) Wildrye were included in the tour. Ride-N-Hide 4-H Club lBae Devils Tower Conservation Those participating in the field The Ride-N-Hide 4-H Club held a .t~I~let (DTCD), July 8, 1993. day included people from Crook, meeting on June 13. 1993. Before [l~xirnately 40 people visited Weston, Campbell, Natrona, themeetingsllhouettesweremade ~t~q~inrimental tree plot estab- Johnson and Converse Counties.and painted black for the style 1991 near Moorcroft. The revue. " < Marcl Steedley led the American varieties of trees and demonstrate their surviv- Local 4-H Clubs and 4-H pledges, damle Ellsbury La ln this climate. Tree survival g> g> read the minutes of the last meet- m,. iWere used on some of the ing. Jens Gade moved and Rachael to test their benefits as lc lItThe -, plot was designed to e.x- Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club Mollne seconded they stand as l The Blacktail Hustler's 4-H Club read, moUon passed. a typical ranch windbreak meeting was held April 6, 1993 at Old business: Necl Steedley re- drueh as possible, the Hulett Civic Center. ported that three first aid re still Jamie Graf called the meeting to unaccounted for. order. The Pledge ofAlleglance was J.R. Molien reported on the led by Bonnie Jo Tope, the 4-HShooting Sports Fun Day. Com- pledge was led by Benny Single- petition shooting was held for ton. April Grafread the minutes of various guns and archery and the previous meeting. Brad gave prizes were given. Activities were the treasurer's report of $424.61. also held In which participants Ryan Neiman gave a report on his had to decide whether or not to steer. Justin Ballou gave a report shoot an animal and why, and to on his horse ahd reported on sell- identify tracks and skulls. ing First Aid Kits. We sold 94 kits. For prizes, $25 was planned to be Jamie reported on riding his horse spent, but the total was $37. Neci and working with him. April re- moved to pay the extra $12, Jens ported on her horse. Brad Woodseconded, motion passed. reported on his horse, he said it's Necl reported that about $600 doing great. Justin reported on the was made at the concession stands. Horse Judging at Sundance. New business: First order of Brad will get trash cans for the business was the club tour. Itwas Civic Center. Everyone was re-decided to go only to the houses of minded to get their Horse 1D's in to members with animal projects. The the Extension office. Linda McCoy others will bring their projects to Steele and team roping will donate rabbit hutches to rub- one of those houses. Jamie moved will represent bit members. We need a team for that the club tour be held on July :~t[ug at the 1993 National the State Horse knowledge Bowl to 24 at 1 p.m. at which time we will mehool Rodeo Finals in be held at Gillette. We painted meet atKennedy's. Neclseconded, ' mttte, WY July 26-Ang. 1. garbage cans for the Hulett Rodeo motion passed. A barbecue will be winning the short go at Grounds. held afterwards at Williams'. Each finale, the team finishedThe next meeting is May 4 and family Is to bring a salad or des- in fourth place which everyone Is to have a project done. sert. Rachael moved that the club Sd them a place on the The meeting was adjourned by buy hamburgerbuns, Kara Craw- Nat/stud Jamle. April and Jamie Graf fur- ford seconded, motion passed. mah School d~.'~, iraTe am. nislled refreshments. Everyone in the club was enrolled d~le. a 1993 graduate of Hu- - .... in the Community Pride project. School and is the son of The May 4 meeting of the Black- Record book forms will be ordered Kathy Steele of Alad- tail Hustlers 4-H Club was called for those who want them. The J~_Kleh is a 1993 graduate of to order byJamle Graf. The Pledge people in PACT will put together a p:t N ell County High School of Allegiance was led by Amber poster for Community Pride for the son of Randy and Fowlkesandthe4-HpledgebyJerifair. lhmt of Weaton. Ann Tope. There were 16 members On June 26 a horse clinic will be ! be T.J.'s second trip to present and one new member, held at 2 p.m. l ational Rodeo. Amber Fowlkes. Brad Wood gave Emie Reinhold suggested that we M4. plw to attend Eastern the treasurer's report of $414.62. decide what to do with the money l~ College at Torrlngton Brad is to pay the club dues. April we~,eraised. Itwas suggested that l~he-willparticilmteontheirGraf gave the minutes of the last we provide partial scholarships to rodeo team in team rop-meeting and read roll call. various 4-H camps and events. It *It'd steer wrestling. We sold 108 First Aid Kits andwas also brought up that members raised $630.00 for the 4-H Coun- can request money from the club 1 cfl. The club will pay for one kit to help them pay for such actlvi- what was damaged in a fire. ties. Further discussion was tabled Ryan Neiman gave a report on his to a future meeting. steer and Shelley Stinson on her Marcl moved to adjourn, Jens lamb. Josh Copus gave a report on seconded, meetingwas adjourned. t ,rtdY his horseless horse project. Jamie Ellsbury 6MerleneElwongercalled Jamie reported on garbage bar- Secretary ii~r mother, Esther Byrnes. rels for the club to be used at the Ballleu and Gordon visited Hulett Rodeo. The club will get Range Riders 4-H Club ,llermother, Virginla Kelly and together June 1 to paint the bar- held meeting Bears on Tuesday. rels. We are to meet at 1:30 at the The Range Riders 4-H Club held a and Janet Co'nzelman spent County Shop. Ryan made amotion meeting and demonstration day yw/th Annie Bears and Ef- to clean the rodeo grounds after June 7 atShanaJahnlg's house. A potluck dinner preceded. Iman. the rodeo Sunday. Jerod Stinson The following members gave ] L erta Phelps, Evelyn and Ed seconded the motion, ~ey visited with Lizzie Wa- A discussion was held on making demonstratlons: J~011 July 6. a float for the Hulett Rodeo Parade. Marcy Good sin: Orphan Lamb ' blVlrl and Donna Mellott called The theme is 'The Cowboy Way". Care. u therine Mellott on July 7. Josh motioned to have a float and Craig Wood: Parts of a Sheep; and Don Butts also called Brian Ballou seconded it. How to Select a Steer; and Dls- onerine that day. Demonstrations were given by eases Cattle Can Get. and Neda ZlmmerschledApril on "~ of the Rabbit: and Cassandra Wood: Parts of a Sheep Isabel Davis, Lorena Al- Jamle on Lungs and the Respira- Game; Parts of a Steer; A Cow's Freda Shoemake and Helen erschied on the 7th, ~ Baker, Oshoto, called on '~,~, ~i Taylor, Gflda Dirks, Effie [[6~Ivaan, Isabel Davis and oth- July 8 ed and Donna Mellott visit i 'mY 9 with Katherine Mellott, l abe Kottraba called on "er/ne on the 10th. onzelman visited with Effie on July 9. ~ice Chatfleld and Norms ~j 8UNDANCE NEWS' Sheridan, visited with Fritz ~ With Dick Sackstt on July iO. Men. - Fri., 8:30 A.M. Saturday, 8:50 A.M. ~i~'~ on the 10th, Harold and ~t~a~ Millard, Crissy and Sampson ~ HULETT NEWS Annie Allen visited with Monday- WT ssF d:ydaFri 'dn:y, 8:40 A.M. ears. Mattick, Sturgis, S.D., 3:10 P.M. - Wyoming News In Agriculture, M-F" This program is pt,TM on Charlotte Can" Wednes- designed exclusively for Wyoming listeners, to give farmers in the t ning. V hatfleld "cowboy' state an in-depth review of the issues and events that effect Wyoming Agriculture. Feature interviews with ksy newsmakers are regularly included in this report. went to the ranch to spend a few days. History of Sheep. Jenny Goodvin: Parts of a Hoof. Kirby Goodvin: Six Most Popular Sheep in Wyoming. Jenny Goodvin called the meet- ing to order June 7. Teresa led us in the American pledge and Craig led in the 4-H pledge. Roll call was naming your favorite rodeo event. Everyone was present. Pennies were,"How many beds are in your house?" Cassandra gave the secretary's report and Chance gave the treasurer's re- port. Cassle had a check for our pop cans. Cassio said we have to move our recycling bin. Kirby is going to ask Rends Nflsen if we can move it over there. We made $27.18 at our bake sale. Under old business Cassie. Marcy, Chance and Craig reported on our float. Marcy motioned that we have a campfire and a roping head and people playing cards. Cassio seconded, motion passed. Craig motioned we build our float Thursday at I p.m, at Shana's house. Brandi seconded, motion passed. Marcy motioned we have tour a week before fair, Craig sec- onded, motion passed. Marcy, Teresa and Brandl are on a tour committee. Kirby motioned we adjourn our meeting, Craig seconded, motion passed. Meeting was adjourned. Treats were provided by Cassie Snook. Cassle Snook. Reporter Professional teaching standards board appointments Diane J. Ohman, State Superin- tendent of Publ/c Instruction, an- nounced the appointment of board members to the Professional Teaching Standards Board. The Board was created by 1993 Legis- lative action, and its primary re- sponsibility will be to determine standards for teacher certification. Those appointed 'include: Bill Berube, University of Wyoming; Norman Buck, Laramie; Debbie Bovee, Torrlngton; Russ Carlson, Sheridan; Lln Doyle, Hyaitvflle; Ken Griffith, Guernsey; Peter Holcomb, Cheyenne; Jack Mitchell, Cokeville; Sara Neyer, Gillette; Madeleine Pitsch, Rock Springs; Martha Wil- liams, University of Wyoming; Thomas Wright, Newcastle; and Mary Ann Wurzel, Powell. Mem- bers will serve staggered two and four year terms. JULY 15, 1993 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 after playing six games coming up through the losers bracket. The four Sundance teams were: # 1 Black Panthers coached by Don Buckman; #2"IYaitors coached by Mike Smith; #3 The Trollle Dodgers coached by Gene Meier:, and # 4 The Blue Tornados coac bed by Warren Crawford. The Hulett teams were: Hulett Post and Pole coached byTed Bears: Hulett National Bank coached by John McPartiand; and Nelman Saw Mill coached by John Reed, Larry Backen and Kent Neiman. All players will be awarded a participation medal in the form of a ball and mitt. Hulett Post & Pole were awarded the first place trophy with gold medals of the Ball & Mitt and the Panthers were awarded the second place trophy with sliver ball & mitt medals for each player. Don Buckman and Ed Haas set up and lined the fields for the tournament. There were nine volunteer urn- aires, Ed Haas, Don Buckman, Gene Meier, Bruce Redfield, Steve Hilty, Larry Knapp, Dustln Engel, Orval Meier and Ryan Hartman. Each were greatly appreciated and awarded a thank you ball cap for a Job well done. Several Jackets were left at the field. Anyone claiming them should contactTeri Buckman at 283-1224. Everyone is invited to attend the End of Season Tournament In HulettonJuly31 st for a lot cfGood Playingt llllll Sundance Senior Center has changed from Thursday to Doors open at 7 p.m. call at 7:30 p.m. Starting July 20 Propane now serving the Sundance area Talk to usabout your propane needs. 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