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Page 12- Thursdo',August 4, 2011 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Good showing for Crook County Open House The diabetes drug, ACTOr, has been linked to an increased risk of bladder cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with bladder cancer a/ter taking ACTOS ACTOplus met., ACTOplus met, XR or duetact, call us now at 1-800-THE-EAGLE about monetary compensation. No fees or costs until your case settles. We practice law only in Arizona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S.  GOLDBERG & OSBORNE  s.,.= 1-800-THE-EAGLE : (1-800-843-3245)  WWW. 1800tlleeagle.com :i!:!!ii :i i ii j Pat Frolander shared some of her original work with Open House attendees. Open House attendees enjoyed chokecherry tea and lemonade provided by Cindy B's of Aladdin. l m l m l PLEASE SEND ME "THE SUNDANCE KID, The Life of Harry Alonzo I.mpbaul#" By Donna B. Ernst Name Address cn County representatives have fun at Open House sporting their Smokey Bear "tattoos". On Wednesday, July 20, for the second year there was a good showing at the Crook County Open House held at the Inter- II state 90 welcome center near Exit 199 west of Beulah. It was a perfect opportunity to gather information about what Crook 'a2G(x) County has to offer and visit with representatives from around Ha Copy 0r the county. Guests were also treated to poetry readings by local *22(cdx) author Pat Frolander. soco Open house organizers look forward to next year's event and STP-- +*ss.. hope to celebrate Crook County with even more booths and PleasemkeckeckpayaMet= ,rook / guests. OMNI DISTRIBUTING, PO BOX 310, SUNDANCE, WY 82729 j -- -- ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE SUNDRNCE TiMES OFFICEm m ---- Fall practices planned 00THE Sundance Jr.-Sr. High School would like to announce that fall practices for High School and Junior High School students will start on Monday, August 15. Each student will need a physical before they will be allowed to practice. With the exception of HS Golf each student must have at least nine days of practice before they can play, HS Golf must have three days of practice. We will also be giving each of our High School athletes a baseline concussion test before their first contact practice. lib Volleyball will practice on Monday at 8 a.m., the girls will start the day at the track for their mile conditioning test. There will be a parent meeting at 7 p.m. in the gym on Monday night. liS Football will have equipment check out on Sunday the 14th from 4 to 6 p.m. and then aparent meeting at 6 p.m. Mon- day practice will be from 6:30 to 8 a.m. and 6 to 8:30 p.m. liS Golf will meet at 8 a.m. on the 15th at the golf course. liS Cross Country will meet at 4 p.m. behind the HS gym on the 15th. JH Volleyball Will meet at 1 p.m. on the 15th. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls are welcome to attend. JI-I Football will meet at 9 a.m. on the 15th. Sixth, seventh and eighth graders are welcome to attend. RIVER FESTIVAL Green River, Wyoming Friday, August 19th & Saturday, August 20th Expedition Island Cajun Shrimp Boil Live Bands Fireworks Jl_ Beer Gardens Photo Contest Extreme Trail Horse Corn Free Kids Games Art on the Green CITY,GREEN Sponsored by: Casde P, ock R,'y 'rn#0b FMC Hampt nn & e Fs Cus Fioo-'g OCI ,'nle,.lnc wh Fang0 % #..e, ,e M Cull,g h ,eetwat Ir(.:,le; Fo more it#otmatn otad rmmbe ,207,872.0M wYolXO Reunion runners Vicky Adams photo Participants in the SHS All School Reunion 5k run. Chris Adams came in first, followed by Jeremy Adams, Jaime Adams, Guy Beaudoin and then Cayla Adams. No times were kept. The group ran a fun race in the reunion spirit. Several people also participated as walkers. Great turnout for CCFV "Be the Solutio, ' tourney Senator Ogden Driskill, trying to make a putt. The Crook County Family Violence "Be the Solution" Golf Tournament held at the Golf Club at Devils Tower had a fantastic turn out. Eighteen four-man teams competed for trophies, Devils Tower golf passes, and other great prizes. First place went to Mayor Bruce Jones' team from Douglas, WY. Team members included Dave Angiolillo, Randy Mrsny and A1 Prado. Melissa Bears photo, Golfers attending the Family Violence fundraiser not only had a great golf course but beautiful scenery as well. Golfers from all over the county participated in the first annual fundraiser for Crook County Family Violence. Retina  Associates of Mid-Wyoming, LLC 307 S. Jackson St., Casper, WY 82601 Phone: (307) 237-3937 Fax: (307) 237-0670 Announcing TRANSITION OF PHYSICIANS Ram Peddada, MD, DSc will be leaving Casper this fall. No appointments will currently be scheduled after August 19, 2011. We leok forward to a new highly qualied and experitu'ed retitva specialist to join ate practice as soon as he receives his oredentials .tram the State of Wyoming. If you have any concerns about your vision please call us at the above number or contact your primary eye doctor or medical doctor. "I am grateful to the people of Casper and Wy(rmingJin- making us feel at hmne for rite past six ),ears." Ram Peddada, MD, DSc ! Expedition Island 38Artists Competing 24hours Art. Food Fu Pavilion for 5 ;3,000 in cash prizes! for the entire Original Art for Sale in Green River, WY SilentAuction family]