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Page 2 - Thursday, August 19, 2004 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance CHURCHES First Baptist Church l(hh and Cleveland Sunday Worship - I0:00 a.m., Childrcn'~ (! ~ Prmid{xt Wednesday Prayer - -:00 p.m. Church of Christ 12~ Fdna Minis+c+ Marvin Masscv Bible Study - 10:00 am.; Worship - 1 I:00 a,m,: Chapel of Faith 116 S, 3rd Full Gospel - Non Denon+inational Pastor Richard Davis Sunday School - 9:00 a.m4 Worship - 10:00 a,m.: Wednesday - 6:3{) p.m, to 8:00 p,m. - Royal Rangers fi~r boys and Missionett~ tbr girls Sundance United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Ed Bollack, Pastor I Phone 283-1954 Worship Service - 9:30 a.m., Sunday Sch~4 in recess until fall. Handicap accessible stairlift MI. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th and Rvan Pastor Duane Simouson, phone: 307-684-1347, cell: 30-- 21- 13q2 Worship Sen'ice - 8:45 a.m., Sundays: Sunday School - 10:00 a,m., Sundays Church of the Good Shepherd Mission-Episcopal 602 Main Missioner - Cliff Moore Morning prayer - Sundays - q:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist 2nd Sunday of each month q:30 a.m, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints [~.'e S[I t~'t Sacrament Meeting - {):00 a.m.; Sunday School - 10:0{} a.m.: Priesthood Mcedng and Relief Soci,)rv - 11:/,)0 a.m. Seventh-Day Adventist Church lhompson and 4d~, lay Pastors, Charles Martin, Phone: 1-307-+467-5-2", and Jason logan, Ph{mc 1J,07 467-S334 Sabbath School - 10:00, \'(ors}tip Service - 11:0{}. Saturdays St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak. 5undancc Rev. Bruce ( lapham, Pastor Phone: 2q{}-0126 Sunday Mass 10:30 a.m. Gateway Ministries 1-90 Exit 189, Fr{mtagc Road East Dr, Wayne Phillips, Pastor Phone: 30- 283+1750 Sunday" School - q:45 a.m., Worship - 10:4"; a.m., \\Tdntsdav -:(}{} p,m. Calvary Temple Assembly of God Old Hwv. 1-t \V., Spcarfish Sundays: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Schoot. 10:0{} a.m \Vorship, 6:0{} p.m. Evening Service Wednesdays: 7:00 p,m. Bible Study. Vacation Bible School, Youth Group This community Church Calendar is proudly brought to you by Obituary--- Robert "Bobby" Palmer Hegge II 1975 - 2004 Robert "Bobby" Palmer Hegge II, 29, passed away on Friday, August 13, 2004 at P,rter Adventist Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Funeral services will be held Thursday', August 19, 2004, at 2:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Sundance, Wyoming, with the Rev. Ed Bollack officiating. Visitation will be from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. at the church prior to the service. Burial will follow at Mt. Moriah Cemetery. In lieu of flowers a Memorial has been established. Bobby was born June 8, 1975 in Greybull, Wyoming, to Robert and Lucinda Hegge. He grew up mostly in Anchorage, Alaska, until the family moved back to Sundance in 1987, where he graduated from high school in May of 1993. Bobby then attended the University, of Wyoming, graduating in 1998 with a BA of Administration of Justice. He then returned to Sundance, ran for the office of Justice of the Peace and was elected. He served a four year term, ending early to go to Spokane, Washington, where he was accepted into Gonzaga Uni- versity. He attended one year before transferring to Denver Univer- sity in Denver, Colorado, where he was currently studying for his taw degree. He was in his last year of school. Although Bobby was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a brittle bone disease, he never let that get in the way of how he lived his life. He had a strong will and overcame many obstacles in his life, some- times not even realizing they were there. He accepted his disease as part of him. In fact when asked one time about his disease, he re- plied that he didtt even think about it. It was part of him. He had always been that wav. Bot~bv had a smile that would light up his face and a laugh that could make a person smile, even if they didn't want to. His joy in life, his determination and quiet strength will be something his loved ones will carry in their hearts forever. Bobbv enjoyed fishing and hunting. He guided hunters on the fam- ily ranch, l-lel when time allowed, enjoyed eating lunch with his nieces at the elementary school cafeteria and taking his nephews to ~TeS- tling tournaments. Bobbv was preceded in death by- his maternal grandparents, Will- iam and Eula Gibson, his paternal grandmother, Edna Hegge, and one uncle. Harold Gibson. Bobbv is su~,ived bv his mother, Lucinda Hegge of Broken Bow, Nebraska; his father, Robert (Troy) Hegge of Sundance; two sisters, Michelle Ramos and Teresa Dodd, both of Sundance; his grandfa- ther. Palmer Hegge of Sundance; his aunts and uncles Karen (and Kenny} Glover of Sundance, JoAnn {and Ted} Stottlemire of Broken Bow, Dale {and Judie) Deepe of Powelt, Wyoming, and William Gibson of Greybull. ite is also survived by three nephews and three nieces, all of Sundance. Arrangements have been placed in the care of Fidler-Roberts & Isburg Funeral Chapel in Sundance. Newsbox Newsbox items are limited to informational, nonprofit, service and social group meeting and event notices for the purpose of notifying the public of upcoming events, Please confine to basic information (name of event/meeting, day, date, time, place): ~UNDANCE BLOOD DRIVE, Thursday, August 19, 9:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m., Courthouse basement. --Cards of Our Thanks A special thankyou to the Crook County Fire Department, Branden and Dave VanHorn, Carol and Bill Teaney, Ervin Baker for helping with the fire we had. Fuzz, Linda and Clint Foster Thank You I would like to thank the Sundance State Bank for market lamb. Stacey Schelldorf Thank You I u:ant to give a big thankyou to Devils Tower Forest Jim and Sally, for buying my market lamb. Clint Foster Our Thanks To the people and Town of Sundance - Thank you a thousand times over, for the kindness and hospitality everyone in Sundance ~ shown to our parents and grandparents, Fred and Sylvia Waid, the yearsJ~om 1966to 2004. Also, a huge heartfelt thanks for all your help and understanding when Syh, ia's grandson Brian, was finalizing the sale of her house and belongings. The worm much better place i['all towns and the people were like SunMance, Wyoming. If anyone would like to write to Sylvia, she would love to hear J~om you and will respond: Sylvia Waid, 20332 Hackberry Dr. Rm. 212, Gretna, NE 68028. Again, thank you a million - Faye Sabata, Dianna Egr, Brian Sabata and Christopher Faulk - daughters and grandsons Thank You I would like to thank Bearlodge Limited, Inc. forpurchasing market steer at fair. Thankyou a/so to Pat Goodson for all your towards the 4-H program. I appreciate your continuous support. Sarah Lambert Thank You Thank you to Sharon's Home Health for buying my the Crook County Fair. Ty Conzelman Thank You Thank you to the D Ranch for buying my market hog at the Crook County Fair. Ty Conzelman iii 5 The Sundance Times USPS No. 526-720 Periodicals Postage Paid RO. Box 400 311 Main Street Sundance, WY 82729 307-283-3411 Fax 307-283-3332 www.su ndancetimes.com e-mail: suntimes@collinscom.net Founded in 1884 Owned by: Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Linda Moberg Curtis Moberg: owner, publisher and advertising Staff: Stan Horning: ad-design, make-up, photography, typesetting, circulation Elizabeth Canfield: staff writer, proofing JeffMoberg: editor, writer/reporter ,, Steve Lenz: contributing correspondent , Postmaster: Send any address changes to PrO. Box 40(I, Sundance, WY 82729 \ DEADLINE 10:00 a.m. Tuesday of week to be inserted. COPYRIGHT 2004 by THE SUNDANCE TIMES All rights reserved. Official Newspaper For Crook County City of Sundance, Wyoming and the U.S. Land Office State Award Winning Paper PRESS ASS+C :~ (?fq SUBSCRIFFION Mail this form with your check to Box 400 or bring it to our office at 311 Main Street, Sundance, WY 82729. Name Address____ Town State __Zip.__ GIFT SUBSCI/AFrlON For Address Town From State Zip___ Subscription Rates Crook County - $20 All others except foreign countries - $24 ~QUILTING PROGRAM @ THE LIBRARY Sundance Piecemakers, Thursday, August 19, 1:00 -3:00pro - one-on-one with kids 10 & older, preregister 3:00-5:00 pm - demonstration of various quiltin~l techniques. AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR & FIRST AID classes on August 19. Call 283-1142 to preregister. CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES DISTRICT Board meet- ing. Thursday, August 19, 4:30 p.m. Hospital board room. WALK FOR HEALTH--Saturday, August 21,7:00-8:30 a.m., be- ginning at Sundance Elementary parking lot, $2 donation to Crook County Patriot Support Group. Wear your red, white and blue to show your support for our troops. COMMUNITY RUMMAGE SALE--Saturday, August 21,8:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m., sponsored by Concrete Women Relay For Life team. All proceeds go to American Cancer Society. FINAL CCHA PLAYDAY - August 22, Moorcroft. Entries open 11:00 a.m. and close 12:15 p.m. No potluck. To preregister call Kathy 283-2838. PUBLIC HEALTH IMMUNIZATION CLINIC--August 23, 1:00-4:00 p.m., Hulett Clinic. SUNDANCE SENIOR CENTER BIRTHDAY DINNER--Tuesday, August 24 at noon. CROOK COUNTY FAIR BOARD will meet August 24, 6:00 p.m., 4-H Hall in Sundance. Call 283-2644 to be placed on the agenda. SUNDANCE FARM BUREAU will meet Thursday, August 26, 6:00 p.m. at the library. Potluck supper with table service, dessert and drinks furnished. RED HAT GROUP will meet August 27 for lunch at 12:30 at the Arc Restaurant. EMT CLASSES Monday and Wednesday beginning August 30. Contact Dione' Moon at 283-3501 ext 704 REGION !11 CHILD ID SCREENINGS: Sundance: August 31, Old High school gym. Hulett: September 1, Old Gym. Moorcroft: September 2, Presbyterian Church BINGOt--Every Monday at 1:00 p.m. in Sundance Assisted Care Center. TOPS NIGHTS--Every Monday - 5:45 p.m. weigh-in at First Bap- tist Church basement. Meeting at 6:00 p.m. For more information call Pat at 283-1661. GRIEF COUNSELING AND FAMILY CRISIS MEETINGS--Every Monday at the Grief Counseling and Family Crisis Center on Sec- ond and Edna from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. OLD GYM OPEN FOR HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYERS. Boys and girls, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m., old High School Gym, Sundance. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS--Every Tuesday, 8:00 p.m. at Sundance Senior Citizens Center. AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP MEETINGS--For AI-Anon information call Sally at 283-2474. Our Thanks Our heartfelt thanks to all the wondmful people in our communities for the prayers, phone calls, cards, memorial\iris, flowers, food and visits. Your love and support have made a time easier for all of us. A special thank you to Lydalou and Seth Heinert for providing the music, to the Buttons and Hulett community for the luncheon, to Pastor Greenacre for helping us celebrate Albertas life. To the pallbearers, you were each special to Alberta. To Damon Isburg and crew of the Fidler-Rober and Isburg Funeral Chapel thanks for everything. We couldn't have gotten through this sad time without all of Y~ there with us. Thanks! The Alberta Bush family Thank You We would like to thank everyone for their support and prayerS, phone calls, cards and for stopping by to see us after Bob's accident. Your support and prayers have helped so much. Bob and Judy Cummings Special Thanks A special thankyou to all who sent cards of encouragement to wife and our mother during her long illness. A special thanks to all who sent cards, madephone calls, food, or paid visits to express condolence during our recent bereavement. The family of Ruth Hibbard Our Thanks We want to thank everyone who attended our part~ for the cards and "Best Wishes': Special thanks to Bob, Mdissa and their hosting the party. Paul and Violet Smith Our Thanks A huge thankyou goes out to the Subway, Country Cottage the Aro for displaying Todd and Amy's pictures and for that tvere passed out to be worn in their memory It meant to have them remembered The Buckman and Davis families l".$Oirl~ & glmlled [-dltio~ Postors For Sale H~+.~o~,, L~J~dJ Polc~r ~rdl