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Page 5- Thursday, September 2, 2010 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times This Week at Your Library By Jill Maekey LIBRARY CLOSED in observance of Labor Day, Monday, Sep- tember 6. MOTHER GOOSE STORYTIME every Friday at 11 a.m. Stories and fun for toddlers and preschoolers. Storytime will resume on Friday, September 10. LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets every third Thursday at 11:30 a.m. For September they are reading "Oolong Dead" by Laura Childs. THURSDAY NIGHT READERS BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets every third Thursday at 5:30 p.m. For SePtember they are read- ing "Fencing the Sky" by James Galvin. HUMANITIES PROGRAM on Friday, September 17 at 7 p.m. Lynne Swanson will present "My Horse, My Gun, My Libraries." CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD meets every first Wednesday after the first Tuesday of each month (usually}. Location rotates between the libraries in Sundance, Moorcroft, and Hulett. Meetings open to the public. SUNDANCE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY meet every second Tues- day, September through May, at 11 a.m., new members always welcome. Major projects include the annual book sale, Valentine&apos;s bake sale, and Open House luncheon. Wyoming Room: MURDER BY ARTIFACT by Barbara Graham. The murder of the mayor's wife in the artifact museum owned by the sheriff's mother and aunt throws the town of Silersville, TN, for a loop. Robert Ludhm's THE BOURNE OBJECTIVE by Eric Van Lustbader. A young woman's killing dredges up snatches of Bourne's impaired memory, in particular the murder of a young woman on Bali who entrusted him with a strangely engraved ring. Local/State/Federal: POWDER RIVER TRAINING COMPLEX DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT from Ellsworth AFB. May also be accessed on the following web sites: www.ac- cplanning.org and New Fiction: SPEAK TO THE DEVIL by Dave Duncan. Harrow- ing ride through limbo with astonishing results, and a thrilling new adventure of brotherhood and magic. CAXTON, Book Three of the "Sparrowhawk  series by Edward Cline. Jack Frake and Hugh Kenrick meet in Colonial Virginia in the turbulent period following the French and Indian War. NO DISTANCE TOO FAR by Lauralne Snelling. When Astrid Bjorklund is called home to help in a family medical crisis, a door of opportunity opens for her unexpectedly. ROLLING THUNDER by Chris Grabenstein, There's fireworks down the Jersey shore when a prominent citizen suffers a heart attack on opening day of a brand new boardwalk roller coaster. New Non-Fiction: FORENSIC NURSE: THE NEW ROLE OF THE NURSE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT by Serita Stevens. ALWAYS LOOKING UP: THE ADVENTURES OF AN INCURABLE OPTIMIST by Michael J. Fox. THE SISTERS OF SINAI: HOW TWO LADY ADVENTURERS DISCOVERED THE HIDDEN GOSPELS by Janet Soskice. New Young Adult: WOODS RUNNER by Gary Paulsen. Samuel sets out toward New York City to rescue his parents from the band of British soldiers and Indians who kidnapped them. NOMAN- SLAND by Lesley Hauge. Living under a strict code of conduct in an all-female community, a sensitive teenaged girl in training for the border patrol discovers forbidden relics from the Time Before. New Junior Fiction: SCREAM STREET: FANG OF THE VAMP'IRE by Tommy Donbavand. Can Luke find the doorway back to the real world before they're scared to death? New Easy Readers: TRUCKS by Stephen Krensky. New Picture books: STUCK IN THE MUD, a book/CO kit by Jane Clarke. A fun-packed farmyard romp with a surprise ending! LET- TERS TO GOD by Patrick and Heather Doughtie. "I thought maybe God didn't hear me, so I decided to write him a letter..." TULIP AT THE BAT "by J. Patrick Lewis With +q+ FO.ncrs on ba.., Tulip the Hippo comes up to bat... HILDEGARDE AD THE GREAT GREE SHIRT FACTORY by Ravay Snow. Hildegarde, an artistic sheep, expresses her creative side at work, with unexpected results. Expanding Horizons Be a Caring Person By Janet Lake, University Extension Educator, 4-H/Youth, Crook County Extension Office CHARACTER COUNTS! is a character development program that has been woven into Wyoming 4-H. The Six Pillars of Char- acter--truthworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, earing, and citizenship--are each emphasized for two months. Caring is highlighted during September and October. According to wordreference.com, caring means a loving feeling, having or displaying warmth or affection, feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others. Caring is the heart of ethics and ethical decision-making. It is scarcely possible to be truly ethical and yet unconcerned with the welfare of others. That is because ethics is ultimately about good relations with others. It is easier to love "humanity" than to love "people." People who consider them- selves ethical and yet lack a caring attitude toward individuals tend to treat others as instruments of their will. They rarely feel an obligation to be honest, loyal, fair, or respectful, except insofar as it is prudent for them to do so, a tendency which itself hints at fraud and a lack of integrity. A person who really cares feels an emotional response to both the pain and pleasure of others. The highest form of caring is the honest expression of benevolenoe or selflessness. "A smile is the light in your window that tells others that there is a caring, sharing person inside" (Denis Waitley). Learning to give compliments is one way to develop a caring character. Try this "Little Brown Bag of Compliments" actixity with your family or with a group of youth (or adults!) in your :life. Give each youth a brown lunch bag and as many index cards as there are people in the group. Have each youth decorate a bag and write his or her name on it. Have them sit in a circle and pass their bag to the person on their right. Then have youth wrilte a compliment on an index card about the person whose bag they are holding. When they finish have them place the index card in the bag and pass the bag to the person on their right. Continue until each person once again has his or her own bag. Let the yo,uth read their compliments and then discuss the importance of giving positive compliments and sharing feelings of appreciation. Learning to be caring is a process for youth. Work on developing a caring attitude in the youth in your area of influence. For more information about 4-H or CHARACTER COUNTS! please contact the Crook County Extension Office at 283-1192. Source: Wyoming 4-H CHARACTER COUNTS! Committee (Ad<apt- ed) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 SUNDANCE at MOORCROFT- 1 p.m, LOVELL at WIIGHT - 7 p,m, FIDA+, SEPTE00ER l0 SOUTHEAST at SUNDAgE- 4 p,m, at NEWCASTLE-7 Social Security Payments Arrive with Direct Deposit, No Matter What By Kathy Petersen, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Rapid City These days, almost everyone gets their benefrt payment by direct deposit. Whether you receive Social Security or Supplemental Secudty Income (SSI), you can depend on your payment arriving in your account on time, every time. If you don't already have direct deposit, there are good reasons to sign up. For one, less money and time spent driving to the bank to cash your check helps you save. Second, fewer paper checks, envelopes, and stamps, and less fuel to deliver the checks means less waste and pollution for the environment. Hurricane season is here for some areas. Other areas bear the brunt of flooding. Some areas of the nation are plagued by tornadoes, and still others must deal with wildfires, severe thunderstorms, or even earthquakes. If you are unfortunate enough to be in the line of a natural disaster, the last thing you want is for your income to be interrupted because of an evacuation or a missing mailbox. With direct deposit, you know your payment will be in your account on time no matter what. When on vacation, direct deposit ensures payments will be deposited into your account on time, so there's no reason to worry about the safety of your benefd or to ask a neighbor to look out for As an added bonus, many banks offer free checking accounts for people who use direct deposit because it saves the bank the cost of processing paper payments. Plus, the payment probably will show up in your bank account sooner than a paper check will appear in the mailbox ... and there's no need to cash it. It's already in the bank. Skip the line at the bank, save money, get your payment faster, and know you can depend on your payment being in the bank no matter what. You can do all of this with direct deposit. Learn more about it at www.socialsecurity.gov/deposit or by calling 1-800-772- 1213. Kathy Petersen is the public affairs specialist for South Dakota and eastern Wyoming. You can write her c/o Social Security Administration, 605 Main, Suite 201, Rapid Ci SD, 57701 or via email at kathy, petersen@ssa.gov. Opinions welcome The 'Opinions' section of our newspaper belongs to you, the readers. We encourage you to use it to express your opinions. The Sundance Times does not solicff any particular viewpoint and publishes most all letters we receive. Letters are not published when they cannot be verified, when they arrive unsigned, when they are libelous, when they are not considered in good taste, when they are meant personally for one reader or when they argue theology. Letters are edited when they contain potentially libelous content, when language is in poor taste, or when a letter writer has directly addressed a private citizen as "you. "All letters must include a signature, physical address and a telephone number. Address and phone number will not be published. Letters that do not have an original signature will be verified by a telephone call to the author. Letters to the editor are intended to express the writer's viewpoint and will not be printed if they are written as personal thank-yous or advertising messages. The Sundance Times is not responsible for the views expressed in the 'Gpinion" page,and do not; in publishing .... them, necessarily endorse any particular opinion. ........... 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NOTICE The Crook County Courthouse Will be CLOSED Monday, September 6 in observance of LABOR DAY MERS [00OOPERATIVE ----:-i Cm00t00m R00.I Su00n0r 00m0 Propane & Refined Fuels * Tank Rental & Sales 24 Hour Emerqency Service SERVING ALL OF CROOK COUNTY 283-2540 299-1333 1-800-508-4468 A Taste of Western TIMES , Dell Beef Hero Sandwiches I [ Submitted by Janet Jensen 2 Ig. onions chopped cup olive oil 6 oz. cream cheese, softened cup ricotta cheese cup pimiento-stuffed olives 2 cloves gadic peeled 2 French bread baguettes (10 oz. ee,) sliced 1 lb. sliced dell roast beef 2 jars (7 oz. ea.) roasted sweet red peppers, drained and julienned 2 jars (7 oz. ea.) marinated quartered artichoke hearts, drained and chopped In large skillet, cook onions in oil over low heat for 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown. Stir occasionally. Place the cream cheese, ricotta cheese, olives and gadic in food processor. C.ver and process until blended. Spread over baguettes. Layer bread bottoms with roast+ beef, peppers, artichokes and caramelized onions. Replace tops. Cut each into 6 slices. Crook County CattleWomen Recipes COWPOKES By Ace Reid F/, "Oh, my gosh, we musta hit the back of the pasture way back yonder!" Bank service charges vary drastically and they're often confusing. For some of the lowest service charges in the industry trust 5unclance 5tate Bank. Sundance State Bank Member FDIC ' Equal Housing Lender Phone 283-1074