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presents school draft format format on the program for district was presented County School District Trustees by Gene Deh- of Dehnert, Rich- Bensman Architects De- during a meeting 16 in Hulett. also presented pre- sketches on the Hulett md asked the board for and input. He said he with the board again three weeks. architecutural agreement and signed by the carries a fee listed at and one- half percent. were approved for to teach kinder- through twelfth grade and for Josephine teach fourth grade in Extra-duty contracts approved for Ms. Neiman summer music in and for Lucille R. Takes to as assistant girls volleyball and as junior high girls in hired included Graham and Helen Per- Moorcroft aides: Audrey Ebson, Hulett custodian; Fern Grubb, Hulett library aide; and Rusty Hudelson, Sunny Divide Route, Mardell Palmer, 1-90 Route, and Tim Hoard, noon bus, Sundance bus drivers. Resigna- tion of Kim Kokesh, Slmdance bus driver, was accepted by the board. In other business to come be- fore the board it was reported that a total of $2,053.62 was received than spent on Moorcroft houses for the past 'fiVe years; --it was agreed to accept the bid of Patterson Insulation Inc. of $4,543.20 to insulate the Moor- croft houses, with overhead in- sulation to be increased to 12 inches; --to establish the Moskee bus route for the 1979-80 term as previously run; --to accept the bid of the Sundance Times of $1,218.75 to print handbooks; --to set revolving accounts for Sundance, MoorCroft and Hulett schools not to exceed $100; --denied a request to have a bus travel between highway 112 and the Goldie Divide leaving the route as established for the 1979- 80 term; --took action to allow cheer- leader credit as recommended by respective school administrators and cheerleader sponsors; --set homebound instruction rate for 1979-80 at $7.50 per hour. -heard a report by Supt. Jack McNutt that the county commis- sioners will levy amounts to raise the building fund in four years instead of the five originally plan- ned since the levy was not made last year as voted. b Presetmcl scmmi hem August 29 A preschool screening for children from birth to 5 years old will be held in Sundance Aug. 29 at the courthouse from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sponsors are the Steering Committee of Region 111 and Campbell County Children's Center. Children will be screened in the areas of speech, language, motor and recognitive abilities as well as dental, physical, emotional, health, visual and hearing ability. The screening is designed to help assure that children Who may need special services are identi- fied and to inform parents of available services which may be recommended for their child. Agencies cooperating to make the screening possible are Northern Wyoming Mental Heslth C~nt~r l~lhlte I.]~lth AUGUST 23, 1979 Department of Public Assistance and Social Services, various local organizations and volunteers. -The service is free to the public. Further information and appointments may be. obtained by calling 283-3636 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Drop-ius are welcome. Questions will be answered by Ilene Hooper, at 283-2238. places in art show The oil painting, "Waiting and Watching," by Ann Raudsep, Moorcroft, took second place in the Wind River Valley 31st National Art Show held in Dubois July 27-29. Ms. Raudsep and Dolores Dockery attended the show. A total of 129 artists from 23 states sent work to the show for a total of 294 entries. One of her paintings, Evening Visiter, won a yellow ribbon ro- sette for recieving the most pep- ular award. The painting was selected for the award by ballots from a majority of the over 1000 persons who visited the show. Duplicate Bridge Members of the Sundanco THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 15 3 table Howell movement when they met AUg. 14. Results were Jean Harper and Norma Bernd, first; Edna Binney and Milly Ferrell, second; and Harold Bernd and Verna Miller, third. Moorcroft pool dosed The Moorcroft swimming pool has been closed forth is season, but town officials are hopeful the facility will be opened next sum- mer after needed repairs are completed. The outdoor pool was closed late last month shortly before an inspection by the state health delz~rtment confirmed its run- down state. A letter written to Jerry Moll, mayor of Moorcroft, pointed out 17 areas where the facility needed improvement. Routine mainten- ance at the pool was found to be lacking and it was noted that operational procedures should be completely revised. The state electrical inspector -reviewed the pool last week and the mayor said several repairs need to be made. s ll. Through The Classifieds ::!:?:.:: ../ - Was r oplm, p residents t~ two new s and left" of at Streets. L ~lae.poliee chief said that new~ signs will :be~ erected th~ ~ U turus and left turns." :' Popham had this to say about the new ordinances: #3, 1979: ordinance to --turns and left turns on city streets. *~ ~'*,, Ordinance//3, 1979 makes it illegal to make a left tu~7) or "U' turn anywhere EXCEPT " at intersectioi~ This means if one is ' z~orth on second street to ~a and: make your turn thee. You v~nnot turn left across th~ doUble yellow line in ~he middle of the block. You ::plex will all be p~ved. This ~eanim~ /hake a ~."U" turn will allow unhampered park- across the double line, you ing anywhere around the must to the intersection, complex. The reason-for th~ 'is the to that oc- turn, . .~.L J / ~ady the parking lots on the - turn in the middle of ,the south, west, north, east sides ,. iKreet for the purpose of of the bank/post~office corn- 'p~dng, .You must go to the nearest intersection and ,mak4 ~ turn there. A left turn CAN be made to go into an ALLEY or a drive ~,in at o .... a. i_ make a curb. -'-------" wu~u the for is all