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There willbe a number of changes this year from the usual. One that will affect all fair goers is the change in park/ng and the overnight clo- sure of the fairgrounds. Beginning on Wednesday morn- lng, August 9, there will be no parking around the fair buildings. Nor will any trailers be parked along 8 a.m. The parade is to start at 9:30 a.m. with the J udging of floats carried out prior to that. The Sundance Chamber of Commerce will be Joined this year by Decker's, Blakeman Propane, Nelman Sawmills, Sundance State Bank, Sundance Equipment and Metz Beverage in sponsoring the community barbecue. It will be served from 5 to 6 p.m. on Satur- day evening at the fairgrounds. Entertainment will be provided. Rodeo events will begin at I p.m. on Saturday for an afternoon of excitement and activity. It will re- between the buildings. With the full schedule of events that have been put out for this year's fair, the show promises to be a good one. It behooves everyone to brave the hot weather and the bikers and get down to the fair- grounds to see what is going on. Cubin plans town hall session here cenfly released a report which shows that Medicare will go broke by the year 2002 if urgent action is ~not taken to strengthen the pro- gram. If the Medicare trust fund goes broke the government is barred by law from pay/rig Medi- care bills. More than 34 million Americans will lose their hospital insurance if this is allowed to happen, While Presldent Clinton basic/ned Republicans in proposing a plan to slow the growth of Medicare in order to save the system, there are some who are using this eflbrt to Lows Prec. 68 47 .18 85 50 0 89 57 0 75 56 0 82 53 .13 78 52 0 92 57 0 Sundance Pond. In addition the f~Lrgrounds will be closed to the public from I I p.m. to 6 a.m, and there will be security on the grounds during those hours. Parking will be allowed on the high school parking lot and at the rodeo grounds to the east of the fairgrounds. Another big change is the parade time, Lineup time for the parade is times are Ibted County school fair art (in the Little Red School -'on Thura. I0 and Fri.,Aug, II from l :00-4:00 p.m. ~)0 >.m,; and Saturday, Aug. 12 from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. raffle tickets Aug. 14 the Sundance EMTs will be out selling raffle Proceeds will go for new medical equipment. *iIOOO*OOO*OO8*OOOOOOOJOOIOSOO**O8******O clinic planned. an immunization clinic in Moorcroft on August 15 from ).rn. at the Moorcroft Clinic basement. (~OOOOO*O*OOOOOOOOOO0*OOOOO00**O0*OOOOOO***O*OOOOOOOO** meet~ board will meet on August 21 at 4:00 p.m. room at the Moorcroft Clinic. The public is cordially be handed out be handed out at Sundance high School on 13 at 6 p.m./n the weight room. Practice begins at 4 p.m. 14. Participants must have a physical before practice Club to meet W Christian Women's Club will meet on Thursday, surne again at 12 noon on Sunday, As always the main highlights of Congresswoman Barbara Cubin the fa/r will be the many exhibits, will hold a series of Medlcare town both open class and 4-H and FFA. meetings throughout Wyoming Various livestock shows will be during the upcoming August held with exhibitors showing Congressional recess. The meet- horses, sheep, swine, dogs and ings are intended as a forum for cats, beef, rabbits and poultry the discussion of ideas on how among others, best to ensure that the Medicare Plans have also been made for program remain a vital component commercial exhibits to be set up ofour nation's health care system, Aug. 17 at the Hulett Civic Center from I0 a.m. to noon. Members are asked to take a craft or baked item for an auction. For reservations call Mary Barbour, 467-5740; Linda Church, 283-2406; or Karen Freytes, 756.9652, **O *O00*O *O*O**@O001SOOOIOdJ*~*dIOdJO*SdOOOIdJ*O880000*O*O **~***O0***O*I*80**O**~O VoUeybs/l meeting is scheduled A meeting for playerS, parents and coaches of 9-12th graders inter- ested in volleyball will be held Thursday, Aug,' I 0 at 6:30 p, m, in the SHS commons area. High school practice begins at 6 a,m, on Monday, Aug, 14. Junior high practice begins at I p,m, Aug. 14, Physicals are required before practice begins. . Musics/instruments arc wanted Anyone having a used musical instrument to sell, please call Sun- dance Elementary School office, 283-1227, and leave your name and number, A list will be made to distribute to interested parents of new band students, Land use plasul/l~ conh-nimdon to meet The Crook County Land Use Planning Commission will meet Monday, Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Crook County Public Library in Sundance. Everyone is welcome. Jr, high football practice to begin Junior high football equipment will be handed out at 9 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 14. Physicals need to be completed and signed by parents and brought to the first practice, Band schedulea practice for parade The JH and SH bands will hold practice on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 10 and I I at 7 p.m. in the SHS band room. ,)n Saturday, Aug. 12, the Locally the meetings will be held on Thursday, Aug. 17 from 12 to I p.m. in Upton at the Upton Com- munlty Center, Aug. 17 from 5 to 6 p.m. in Sundance City Hal1; and on Friday, Aug. 18 from 12 to I p.m. in the Moorcroft Town Hall. The Medicare Board of Trustees, which includes three members of President Clinton's cab/net, re- preserve, protect and strengthen Medicare as a political tool to scare senior citizens into believing that Medicare spending is being cut. This could not be further from the truth. Under the FY 1996 budget resc- lution, approved bythe U.S, House and Senate, spending on every Medicare beneficiary would in- crease from an averS4,186 [cent, on Pqe I) band is to meet at 8:30 a.m. in front of HS IV for the parade, All band members need to be there, dlOOO*O*O000*OOOOOOOlOOOOOO**OOOOIOOOOOOOOOO,,OOOi**OOOO0@OO,O~O~OO,OOOOO000,, Democrat central committee ~ans to meet The Crook County Democrat Central Committee will meet on Wednesday, Aug. 16 at 7 p,m. in the Jury room at the courthouse. All Democrats are urged to attend. Register now for dayoare and preschool Anyone interested in using the Sundance Kids Daycare and Preschool for the fall session are encouraged to contact the daycare and register as soon as possible, Call 283-2526. Autograph tea is set for Aug. I0 An autograph party for Peny Goodson-KJone will be held on Thursday, Aug, I0 from 3 to 8 p,m, at Sundance Books (formerly the Jack and Jill Shop), The tea is co-sponsored by the book store, Crook County Library, Friends of the Library and Bearlodge Writers. Everyone is/nv/ted, O*~OSO***OO*O **O OOOO,~O OOOO OIO ,O,OOO,O,OOOOOOO,OOOO **O~ O,OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO~O0 Public hearing planned on grant funds There will be a publlc hearing Aug. 23 at 12 noon in the courthouse Jury room on the proposed use of FFY 96-96 Community Block Services Grant funds for asslstance to persons meet/ng the poverty guldelines for FFY 95-96. Farm Bureau plans meeting The Crook County Farm Bureau will meet on Monday, Aug. 21 at 5 p.m. at the county office. Everyone is invited.