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Page 16 - Thursday, August 10, 2000 ii i Shown above, back row, left to right are: Tristan Redding, Ashton Fritz, Vince Dary, Bryan Durfee, and Skeeter Redding. Front row, left to right are: Chris Jensen, Signe Simpson, Robin Moberg, Dylon Lincoln, Ashley Klocker, Kristina Ramos, Call Stewart, SaraAnn Ramos, Maggie "WHERE THE KID 0 K HIS NAME  It is hard to believe that fair time has come and gone and school will be starting before you know it! We had a great time at the fair parade! We es- pecially enjoyed the horses and the old car )f course, the "little kids" were pretty cute too! The weather was perfect ...not too hot and not too cold! We even picked up a few. pieces of candy! This week we can hear the roar of the motorcycles from the front stoop and enjoy watching them pass by at the bottom of the hill. We are not planning on doing anything out of the ordinary this week but will keep busy with our usual reading, wordgames and bingo. Our tomatoes in the court- yard are beginning to ripen and our-flowers are looking very pretty. We haven't been spend- Norelius, Leah Moberg, and Trace Steele. ing too much time in the court- yard because it has been too By6 bye Magg Ipl hot out there! Stop in and visit any time. We always have the coffee pot on! - - -7-.---77  --- . her last day on Friday, August 4, 2000. started July 1. Everyone was delighted to see her Leaving the Center to advance in a career in Computer Network Administration, Maggie will go back to school at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. Agked about her memories with the Center Maggie said, "I was blessed to share a few pre- cious years with some of the kids of Sundance. as a new member of the team. With a degree in elementary education and early childhood, she will be very well suited to care for the children. When asked about her new position, Jerlyn re- plied, "Maggie was a great meotor and I look for- ward to being a part of the Sundance commu- nity." The Crook County Library Board welcomes Elizabeth Gaines, who was appointed to a 3-year term by the Crook County Commis- sioners. Effie Robinson was re- appointed to a second term. They join Bernita Perala, Mary Yemington, and Rose Zella Proc- tor to complete the 5-member 1 STARTS FRIDAY \\; ,:oo,9:oo t "AUTUMN IN ,J NEWYORK" / ,oy I 3:30 & 7;00 ] RICIIARD GE'RE & 9:00 [ WINONA IIYDER I PG-I3 .... I| IIII I..,_ II_ STARTING FRIDAY 4 ""M'sse" '"ln"rY *.E I|i ., , I Nw,, T, ,[,, II ;| T -1 7.-oo  z- I "rd,] '7 I I JII I[ ,dottsFdday7:l$ONtY Ib'll ,oo, lI:ll I\\; "" ,:oo. ,.,o, 7:,, I II I ,,_u._.,_,v,,,l I I "['" HOLLOW MAN[ "W,.OW,A,N." I I I I 7:,`; 9:,`; ! 1  .....  "*! Sr FrL 9:15 ONLY =S'A I" kk 7:00 & 9:00  $otutday & -"/ #&':97 [  1 b, rs,, : "'l $ "Po"  1115 2 "Ibe Per[ec! Storm" , I board. Library board members are charged with setting the poli- cies and goals of the Crook County Library system. They are volunteers who give their time and talents to benefit our county's public libraries. Please join us in thanking them for their support and willingness to serve! Library Highlights: Kelly O'Connor, daughter of Jim & Sheryl O'Connor, is July's Reader of the Month. Congratu- lation, Kelly, & keep on reading! Web Site of the Week: The job banks are readily acces- sible via the Web. The address for America's Job Bank is www.ajb.dni.us/. Wyoming's Job Bank is at wgjobs.state.wy.us. Wyoming Room: Shot Down/ by Charlotte Babcock. Capital crimes of Casper. New Fiction: Pa wing Through the Past by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown. Mrs. Murphy finds herself paw- deep in a compelling case of old ties, old sins, and all-too- present danger. Breath, Eyes, Memory, an Oprah's Book Club selection by Edwidge Danticat. The story of Sophie, a young Haitian bound to four generations of women she loves. Lightning Strikes by V.-C. Andrews, the second novel in the Hudson series. Rain has searched for a place to call home, but there's nowhere to hide when the night sky lights up with terror... A Quiet Strength by Janette Oke. Timeless story of new love, as Virginia undergoes the tests of heart and faith which each new bride faces. The House on Hope Street by Danielle Steel. Liz must face one more crisis before she can look back at a year of mourning and change - and ahead to the beginning of a new life. Devil's Claw by J.A. Jance. Joanna Brady discovers a dan- gerous world where violence is the first response and long-bur- ied secrets are a reason to kill...or die. New Nonfiction: P#grimage On a Steel Ride by Gary Paulsen. A memoir about men and motorcycles. Citizen of New Salem by Paul Horgan. Moving portrait of the young Abraham Lincoln awaken- ing to early powers. Herrings Go To Sea in Shawls by Alexander Abingdon, illustrated by Dr. Seuss. Classic howlers The Nostradamus Code by Ottavio Cesare Ramotti. "The lost manuscript that unlocks the secrets of the master prophet." Before the Revolution by Kyril FitzLyon and Tatiana Browning. Russia and its people under the Czar, with over 300 rare photo- graphs. A Cartoon History of United States Foreign Policy 1776-19 76 by the editors of the Foreign Policy Association. Junior Fiction: Truly Scary Stories for Fearless Kids, published through the sup- port of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council. Captain Underpants and the At- tack of the Talking Toilets by Dav Pilkey. George and Harold are usually responsible kids - when- ever anything bad happens, they are usually responsible! Junie B. Jones Has a Peep in Her 'Pocketby Barbara Park. Will this turn out to be the "worstest" field trip ever?! Picture books: Science Fair Bunnies by Kathryn Lasky. In need of a replacement science fair project, two friends must decide whether to use their loose teeth or leave them for the Tooth Fairy. The Most Amazing Dinosaur by James Stevenson. Wilfred the Rat has found the perfect place to sleep for the night - but Mr. Thrawl, the museum director, has other ideas about uninvited guests! Hooway for Wodney Wat by Helen Lester. All his classmates make fun of Rodney because he can't pronounce his name, but it's Rodney's speech impediment that drives away the class bully. Programming: All youth are welcome to attend our End-of-Summer Blowout ac- tivities which begin August 14: Monday, Aug 14 - Watermelon party, 10:30-11:30, seed-spitting contest & eat, eat, eat! Tuesday, Aug 15 - Bubble party, 10:30-11:30. Wednesday, Aug 16 - water wars, 10:30-12:00, bring swimsuit & towel, also squirt guns! Thursday, Aug 17 - Swap meet, 10:30-11:30, bring things to trade! Friday, Aug 18 - End-of-program picnic bash, 11:00- 1:00, food, fun & awards. Saturday & Sunday BARGAIN MATINEE! Adult $4.50 Child $3.25 BOX OFFK:E OPms M-F 6:30 * SAT, 1:30 SuN, 1:30 ACXStTS $6.50 * CHaDCEN $4.50 1-90 & HIGHWAY 85, SPEARFISH 605-642-421 2 ;SKI HI DRIVE-IN am.'rrE] from classrooms and examina- J tion papers. I $2oo avavsT I1, 12 & 13 I IC.4R_L OA D I OJ "IIE PC/CFIg7F S/OU.I/".." " U.71%. I, ...... H illf C in I WINDSHIELD REPAIR [ Sundance, WY 82729  307-290-2442 ,>e 307-283-2244 (Fax) Ty Stutzman (Technician) 307-283-2042 (Home) 307-290.2042 (Mobile) Dave Hurd (Owner) 307-283-2442 (Home) 307-290-9543 (Mobile t The Aladdin Homemakers met at the home of Nicole Delzer on July 19. Judy Hutchinson wrote a note, resigning from her position as co-secretary. Therefore, Nicole will be secretary. The Aladdin Homemakers are responsible for the Crook County Fair building watch on Thursday, August 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ruby, Margaret and Peggy will cover the watch. Ruby thanked those who came to the Aladdin Tipple to help clean. She wrote a letter to Gary Beach of the Mines Restoration Dept., regarding the stolen sign at the Tipple. The "Meet the Candidates" event has been cancelled and we will invite the candidates to at- tend Aladdin Days at noon on July 30, in the Aladdin Centen- nial Park. We will need to clean the Alad- din Community Hall for the elec- tion on August 22. We will meet at the Hall on Wednesday Au- gust 16. The Consumer's Institute will The Sun 4 be held October 6. Margaret wanted Wayne on the sign he the Aladdin The meeting was miles an hour, fastest human, who( 27.89 mph. We appreciate your local support. I:rool00 Natural Resource District [ HELP I ]l WANTED 00ee00ls Tour 00:elp! i Are You Willing To Commit A Few Extra Annually To Have A LOCAL VOICE In C0unl I Wide Resource Management Decisions? t0R C0N00=RVATION ..... ON AI]'GUtT 2200. v . - . yornmg Natural Resou, ue Foundaon COMING SOON! OPTIONS FOR SUPERVISED INDEPENDENT LIVING. For information call 307-283-2099 or toll free 1-888-254-1984 Sundance Assisted Care P.O. Box 1260, Sundance, WY 82729-1260 Tim Barritt, the candidate of choice-- "k Do you want to be represented with distinction and dignity? Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want to be represented by someone who believes Wyoming economic attitude must be changed so that we quit living from crisis to Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want to see a positive, proactive voice in state government? Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want a future where our children and grandchildren can be well make a good living, can live close by us, and can enjoy the Wyoming life we Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want to be represented by someone who is a hard worker, by strong family values and an excellent moral character? Tim Baritt is your candidate. -k Do you want a representative who will represent each and every m District #1 equally and fairly? Vote for your candidate, Tim Barritt, on August 22. Barritt web site: www.gillettenetwork.com/barritt Paid for by the Committee, Box Page 16 - Thursday, August 10, 2000 ii i Shown above, back row, left to right are: Tristan Redding, Ashton Fritz, Vince Dary, Bryan Durfee, and Skeeter Redding. Front row, left to right are: Chris Jensen, Signe Simpson, Robin Moberg, Dylon Lincoln, Ashley Klocker, Kristina Ramos, Call Stewart, SaraAnn Ramos, Maggie "WHERE THE KID 0 K HIS NAME  It is hard to believe that fair time has come and gone and school will be starting before you know it! We had a great time at the fair parade! We es- pecially enjoyed the horses and the old car )f course, the "little kids" were pretty cute too! The weather was perfect ...not too hot and not too cold! We even picked up a few. pieces of candy! This week we can hear the roar of the motorcycles from the front stoop and enjoy watching them pass by at the bottom of the hill. We are not planning on doing anything out of the ordinary this week but will keep busy with our usual reading, wordgames and bingo. Our tomatoes in the court- yard are beginning to ripen and our-flowers are looking very pretty. We haven't been spend- Norelius, Leah Moberg, and Trace Steele. ing too much time in the court- yard because it has been too By6 bye Magg Ipl hot out there! Stop in and visit any time. We always have the coffee pot on! - - -7-.---77  --- . her last day on Friday, August 4, 2000. started July 1. Everyone was delighted to see her Leaving the Center to advance in a career in Computer Network Administration, Maggie will go back to school at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. Agked about her memories with the Center Maggie said, "I was blessed to share a few pre- cious years with some of the kids of Sundance. as a new member of the team. With a degree in elementary education and early childhood, she will be very well suited to care for the children. When asked about her new position, Jerlyn re- plied, "Maggie was a great meotor and I look for- ward to being a part of the Sundance commu- nity." The Crook County Library Board welcomes Elizabeth Gaines, who was appointed to a 3-year term by the Crook County Commis- sioners. Effie Robinson was re- appointed to a second term. They join Bernita Perala, Mary Yemington, and Rose Zella Proc- tor to complete the 5-member 1 STARTS FRIDAY \\; ,:oo,9:oo t "AUTUMN IN ,J NEWYORK" / ,oy I 3:30 & 7;00 ] RICIIARD GE'RE & 9:00 [ WINONA IIYDER I PG-I3 .... I| IIII I..,_ II_ STARTING FRIDAY 4 ""M'sse" '"ln"rY *.E I|i ., , I Nw,, T, ,[,, II ;| T -1 7.-oo  z- I "rd,] '7 I I JII I[ ,dottsFdday7:l$ONtY Ib'll ,oo, lI:ll I\\; "" ,:oo. ,.,o, 7:,, I II I ,,_u._.,_,v,,,l I I "['" HOLLOW MAN[ "W,.OW,A,N." I I I I 7:,`; 9:,`; ! 1  .....  "*! Sr FrL 9:15 ONLY =S'A I" kk 7:00 & 9:00  $otutday & -"/ #&':97 [  1 b, rs,, : "'l $ "Po"  1115 2 "Ibe Per[ec! Storm" , I board. Library board members are charged with setting the poli- cies and goals of the Crook County Library system. They are volunteers who give their time and talents to benefit our county's public libraries. Please join us in thanking them for their support and willingness to serve! Library Highlights: Kelly O'Connor, daughter of Jim & Sheryl O'Connor, is July's Reader of the Month. Congratu- lation, Kelly, & keep on reading! Web Site of the Week: The job banks are readily acces- sible via the Web. The address for America's Job Bank is www.ajb.dni.us/. Wyoming's Job Bank is at wgjobs.state.wy.us. Wyoming Room: Shot Down/ by Charlotte Babcock. Capital crimes of Casper. New Fiction: Pa wing Through the Past by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown. Mrs. Murphy finds herself paw- deep in a compelling case of old ties, old sins, and all-too- present danger. Breath, Eyes, Memory, an Oprah's Book Club selection by Edwidge Danticat. The story of Sophie, a young Haitian bound to four generations of women she loves. Lightning Strikes by V.-C. Andrews, the second novel in the Hudson series. Rain has searched for a place to call home, but there's nowhere to hide when the night sky lights up with terror... A Quiet Strength by Janette Oke. Timeless story of new love, as Virginia undergoes the tests of heart and faith which each new bride faces. The House on Hope Street by Danielle Steel. Liz must face one more crisis before she can look back at a year of mourning and change - and ahead to the beginning of a new life. Devil's Claw by J.A. Jance. Joanna Brady discovers a dan- gerous world where violence is the first response and long-bur- ied secrets are a reason to kill...or die. New Nonfiction: P#grimage On a Steel Ride by Gary Paulsen. A memoir about men and motorcycles. Citizen of New Salem by Paul Horgan. Moving portrait of the young Abraham Lincoln awaken- ing to early powers. Herrings Go To Sea in Shawls by Alexander Abingdon, illustrated by Dr. Seuss. Classic howlers The Nostradamus Code by Ottavio Cesare Ramotti. "The lost manuscript that unlocks the secrets of the master prophet." Before the Revolution by Kyril FitzLyon and Tatiana Browning. Russia and its people under the Czar, with over 300 rare photo- graphs. A Cartoon History of United States Foreign Policy 1776-19 76 by the editors of the Foreign Policy Association. Junior Fiction: Truly Scary Stories for Fearless Kids, published through the sup- port of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council. Captain Underpants and the At- tack of the Talking Toilets by Dav Pilkey. George and Harold are usually responsible kids - when- ever anything bad happens, they are usually responsible! Junie B. Jones Has a Peep in Her 'Pocketby Barbara Park. Will this turn out to be the "worstest" field trip ever?! Picture books: Science Fair Bunnies by Kathryn Lasky. In need of a replacement science fair project, two friends must decide whether to use their loose teeth or leave them for the Tooth Fairy. The Most Amazing Dinosaur by James Stevenson. Wilfred the Rat has found the perfect place to sleep for the night - but Mr. Thrawl, the museum director, has other ideas about uninvited guests! Hooway for Wodney Wat by Helen Lester. All his classmates make fun of Rodney because he can't pronounce his name, but it's Rodney's speech impediment that drives away the class bully. Programming: All youth are welcome to attend our End-of-Summer Blowout ac- tivities which begin August 14: Monday, Aug 14 - Watermelon party, 10:30-11:30, seed-spitting contest & eat, eat, eat! Tuesday, Aug 15 - Bubble party, 10:30-11:30. Wednesday, Aug 16 - water wars, 10:30-12:00, bring swimsuit & towel, also squirt guns! Thursday, Aug 17 - Swap meet, 10:30-11:30, bring things to trade! Friday, Aug 18 - End-of-program picnic bash, 11:00- 1:00, food, fun & awards. Saturday & Sunday BARGAIN MATINEE! Adult $4.50 Child $3.25 BOX OFFK:E OPms M-F 6:30 * SAT, 1:30 SuN, 1:30 ACXStTS $6.50 * CHaDCEN $4.50 1-90 & HIGHWAY 85, SPEARFISH 605-642-421 2 ;SKI HI DRIVE-IN am.'rrE] from classrooms and examina- J tion papers. I $2oo avavsT I1, 12 & 13 I IC.4R_L OA D I OJ "IIE PC/CFIg7F S/OU.I/".." " U.71%. I, ...... H illf C in I WINDSHIELD REPAIR [ Sundance, WY 82729  307-290-2442 ,>e 307-283-2244 (Fax) Ty Stutzman (Technician) 307-283-2042 (Home) 307-290.2042 (Mobile) Dave Hurd (Owner) 307-283-2442 (Home) 307-290-9543 (Mobile t The Aladdin Homemakers met at the home of Nicole Delzer on July 19. Judy Hutchinson wrote a note, resigning from her position as co-secretary. Therefore, Nicole will be secretary. The Aladdin Homemakers are responsible for the Crook County Fair building watch on Thursday, August 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ruby, Margaret and Peggy will cover the watch. Ruby thanked those who came to the Aladdin Tipple to help clean. She wrote a letter to Gary Beach of the Mines Restoration Dept., regarding the stolen sign at the Tipple. The "Meet the Candidates" event has been cancelled and we will invite the candidates to at- tend Aladdin Days at noon on July 30, in the Aladdin Centen- nial Park. We will need to clean the Alad- din Community Hall for the elec- tion on August 22. We will meet at the Hall on Wednesday Au- gust 16. The Consumer's Institute will The Sun 4 be held October 6. Margaret wanted Wayne on the sign he the Aladdin The meeting was miles an hour, fastest human, who( 27.89 mph. We appreciate your local support. I:rool00 Natural Resource District [ HELP I ]l WANTED 00ee00ls Tour 00:elp! i Are You Willing To Commit A Few Extra Annually To Have A LOCAL VOICE In C0unl I Wide Resource Management Decisions? t0R C0N00=RVATION ..... ON AI]'GUtT 2200. v . - . yornmg Natural Resou, ue Foundaon COMING SOON! OPTIONS FOR SUPERVISED INDEPENDENT LIVING. For information call 307-283-2099 or toll free 1-888-254-1984 Sundance Assisted Care P.O. Box 1260, Sundance, WY 82729-1260 Tim Barritt, the candidate of choice-- "k Do you want to be represented with distinction and dignity? Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want to be represented by someone who believes Wyoming economic attitude must be changed so that we quit living from crisis to Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want to see a positive, proactive voice in state government? Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want a future where our children and grandchildren can be well make a good living, can live close by us, and can enjoy the Wyoming life we Tim Barritt is your candidate. Do you want to be represented by someone who is a hard worker, by strong family values and an excellent moral character? Tim Baritt is your candidate. -k Do you want a representative who will represent each and every m District #1 equally and fairly? Vote for your candidate, Tim Barritt, on August 22. Barritt web site: www.gillettenetwork.com/barritt Paid for by the Committee, Box