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All ii!ili~ated persons are invited to attend. sets practice all Junlor and senior band students: marching band practice r Fair parade will be Thursday and Friday evening, 5 and 6 at 7 p.m. at the HS band room. The performance will be r, Aug. 7. Any quest/ons, call Todd Kahler at 283-2471 107. ********************************************************* ~cmlOa~l rela set office hOtLm hours will be held on Thursday, Aug. 5 by Bobbi Brown, .heAlsentative for Congressman Craig Thomas; Robin Bailey. rep for an Simpson; Evelyn Ebzery, rep for Sen. Malcolm Wallop. They at MoorcroR city hall from 10-11 a.m.; Hulett town hall from 1- and Sundance city hall from 3-4 p.m. ************************************************************************* f~lstlc forms need to be picked up ~dance High School athletes need to pick up the W.H.S.A.~. and ~I!I,8. participation forms at the Sundance High School office. All forms ~be completed, signed and turned in before the athlete is allowed ctice. First practice for SHS football and volleyball is Monday, Aug. ~';:::/;=/:~k ";;;';:;'A~'I"" "" "" "'"'" "" "'"'" """ """ "" "" "'"'" ~ deadline for pre-registration for the Aug. 1 annual Sundance I OK ~/run/walk is July 30. The event is sponsored by Decker's Food IIter and forms are available at Decker s in Gillette and Sundance, iersal Sports and Rec. Center, Gillette, Sundance State Bank, The I~ers Shop, Rapid City, SD or from Ed Mlgnery, P.O. Box 433, ~Idance or call 283-3531 or 283-2209. ~ displayed at Little Red schoolhouse ~.Crook County Fair school art exhibit at the Little Red School House l~ ~,xg; auncle:;w111 hc open the fol~o~in2LU,,es for the p~bllc to view: ~ir~day, Aug. 5, 1-4 p.m. and 5-8 p.m.; ITYlday' Aug. 6,1"4 p.mi'and * ~Is Krazy Klutter garage sale ~e Sundance Kiwanis reminds everyone of the Krazy Klutter garage ~IFe on the courthouse lawn during/Crazy Days Saturday, July 31. Set ~~~rrnat 8 a.m. with official kick offat 9 a.m. Call Barry at 283-2401 for at/on. In case of inclement weather, sale will be held in the old school gym. 1993 CROOK COUNTY FAIR SCHEDULE OF EVENTS August 3 - 12 Horse check in - I 1:00 4-H, FFA, Open Class exhibits check in p.m. Youth Horse Show - Halter, Showmanship, English classes 4-H, FFA, Open Class exhibits Judging p.m. Beef, Sheep, Swine, Rabbit/Poultry check in (Swine will weigh-in as unloaded) p.m. All animals in place (except buRRs and futurity calves of current year, these may check in .I Friday morning befo~ the show and leave as soon as show is complete) dnesday, August 4 :00 a.m. Youth Horse Show - Performance Classes i~I~:00 a.m. Exhibit Buildings Open to Public I;~:00 p.m. Sheep Weigh-ins I4:00 p.m. Beef Weigh-ins I:?:00 p.m. Swine Show I~'8:00 p.m. Exhibit Buildings Close I~.,rurIday, August 5 I i00 a.m. Goat and Sheep Show I~,00 a.m. Exhibit Buildings Open to Public :00 p.m. Rabbit and Poultry Show 10 p.m. Mini 4-H Show and Sheep Lead Contest m. Exhibit Buildings Close August 6 a.m. Bulls and Futurity animals arrive a.m. Beef Show Round Robin to follow Beef Show a.m. Exhibl[ Buildings Open to Public i0~00 p.m. Team Roplng p.m. Cat Show :00 n.m. Dog Show :00 p.m. State Fair Delegate Meeting (Fair Office) ~7 Those planning to attend State Fair MUST attend ~ :00 p.m. Exhibit Buildings Close I,?:00 p.m. Public Style Revue and Awards Program I9:00 p.m. Youth Dance mlsat ,day, August 7 I0:00 a.m. Parade I 12:0"0 (noon) Rodeo |~: ~:00- 7:00 p.m. Community Barbecue ii;| 7:00 p.m. All non-animal and Youth Horse exhibits released |i| ?:00 p.m. Youth Livestock Sale 117:00-9:00 p.m. Premiums paid - pick up in Fair Office before you leave [|~llttnday, August 8 | 7:00 a.m. Livestock released after clean up completed - Barns | to be cleaned and okayed by respective superin- ] I tendent ] 2:00 (noon) Rodeo Some time ago, George Watts 8r., Core Smith and Ted Butterfleld started playing music together at the 8undance 8enlor Citizen Center and other places. They were later Joined by AncU SiMon of Moorcroft and Opal Oudin. The group became known u "The 8undance Kids." Thc five musicians have played at senior citizen centers at Gillette, Newcastle, Upton, 8pearflsh, Hulett, Moorcroft, 8undance and other places and have appeared in various parades including the Fourth of July parade at Belle Fourchc, The group hu played for entcrtalnment and listening pleuure at the Crook County Numing Home every Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. since Nov. 24, 1986. The home had opened in November 1986. Shown here, left to right, at Monday night's session at the nursing home are Core Smith, piano; Opal Oud/n and George Watts, accordions; AncU 81seon, drums; and Ted Butte=field, violin. These five, each with other groupe, have played for dances dating back as far as 50 years and have also played for dances as a group. Here's how they looked thumping it out Monday night. Their total ages - 94, 86, 85, 77 and 72 - represent 414 years. Photo by Howard Allen Sundance FHA handles fair parade The Future Homemakers of America are in charge of the Fair parade this year. The line-up for ,, the parade on Saturday, August 7, will start at 8:30 a.m. at Hoppy's The Board of Wustees of Crook $10,484,157 when added to the CarWash. Entries must be in place County School District approved a anticipated income. Anticipated by9:00a.m, to be Judged. budget of $12,890,117 for the general fund expenditures total The parade starts at 10:00 a.m. 1993-94 school year at their $10,048,500. In addition there are Entry forms can be picked up at meeting on June 21, 1993. They a number ofother expenses which the Fair office at the Fairgrounds. anticipate an income of$2,659.245 bring the total budget up to that They may be dropped offat the Fair office or mailed to Jennifer Mott, Box 847, Sundance, WY 82729. The deadline for entries is August 7, 1993. from local sources; $712,449 from county sources; $5,310,996 from state sources for a total of $8,682,690. There Is a balance forward of $1,801.467 which gives a total of Representatives from Hulett, Sem told them that "developing a Broadus and Ashland, MT and route or obtaining a route deslg- Belle Fourche, SD met recently nation such as a scenic byway Is a with John Sem, Tourism Develop- good idea" for a pass-through ment Specialist from the Univer- community. He said that it is a lot sity of Colorado and with Dave easier than trying to single out a Sharps, Montana Community De- small town. velopment Specialist to discuss The Highway 212 group plans to developing a tourism route along meet again in September. At that Highway 212. time each community along the Flooding covers route will be asked to give an in- ventory or listing of all their po- stretch of 212 tential attractions, from festivals AstretchofHwy212 fromAlzada, and events to private enterprises Montana to Belle Fourche. SD was such as wagon trains and histori- closed from approxlmately 2 p.m. cal landmarks. A theme will be on Saturday, July 24 until 9 a.m. chosen and attractions will be de- Sunday, July 25 because of flood- veloped around the theme. ing. The highway is being rebuilt and heavy rains caused a 100- yard stretch to be under 6-8 inches of water. TWo vehicles tried to go through Max. Min. Prec. and stalled ouL Tow trucks were July 19 72 41 0 sent to free the vehicles. July 20 81 50 0 The highway goes from Alzada, July 21 83 54 ,27 where it was blockaded, to Colony July 22 75 47 ,03 and then on to Belle Fourche. July 23 74 52 T Traffic to Belle Fourche was tern- July 24 85 62 ,55 porarfly muted to Hwy, 24 from July 2578 45 .05 Hulett to Belle Fourche, July 28 70 55 ,22 g/yen above. At their regular meeting earlier the Trustees approved a total of $2950 in petty cash funds for the various schools in the District and for the Central office. They also set lunch prices for the coming year. They are as follows: K-6, $1.35; 7- 12, $1.50; adults, $2.50; reduced $.40; extra milk, students, $.15; adults, $.30. Bids from [,owe Roofing for Moorcroft Elementary and Hulett roofs were accepted. Those bids were $30,500 and $44,340 re- spect/vely. Bids were also recelved from General Service Construe- lion of $39,716 and $48,352 re- spectively. A quote was received from Gill O11 Co. for gasoline and diesel fuel for the Moorcroft school for the 1993-94 year. That quote was ac- cepted by the Board. Isolation petitions were received from twenty seven parents for the 1993-94 school year. These peti- tions were accepted. The Board The annual Crazy Days promo- Uon staged by the Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce will be held Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31, This year in conjunction wlth the event Saturday, July 3 l, the Sun- dance Klwan/s Club w/ll hold Its also approved requests for atten- dance and waived tuition for Ingrld Remback, Sweden, and Jan Wag- ner, Germany, to attend the Moorcrofl Secondary school. Attendance agreements with Carter County. Montana were ap- proved for Jenny Walker, Ryan Walker. Brian Doughty and Amanda Peterson to attend school in HuletL Resignations from Jeanne Hlbbard, Hulett Elementary and Tracey Mowery, aide at Barold were accepted. Extra duty contracts for Moorcroft were approved. Superintendent Jeffrey 8, Car- rier reported on a trip to Casper to give a deposition for the small school coalition concerning the funding lawsuit. He said that there Is a good possibility that he will be asked to testify at the trial in Oc- tober. He also said that the large schools have spent over $400,000 in developing their case. The board will again have a dis- trlct-wide picnic for all staff at the Reynard Mills' ranch. If the weather Is bad it will be at Camp Beard. The date will be set later. Chairman Kevln Sweeney made (Cont. on Page 2) Crazy Clutter garage sale on the courthouse lawn. Particlpa ng chamber stores will hold Crazy Days both day8 during regular store hours with sidewalk tables. Further details will be an- nounced next week.