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Page 9- Thursday, September 2, 2010 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance limes Search on for Mrs. Sundance 2011 Sheree Channel, Executive State Director for the Mrs. Wyoming Pageant, states the pageant is seeking applicants for the title of Mrs. Sundance. Once selected, the lucky lady will advance on to represent her community in the 2011 Mrs. Wyoming Pageant to be held on February 19 at the Cheyenne Civic Center. Local titleholders will compete to win a prize package valued at over $8000 including an all expense paid trip to the nationally televised Mrs. America Pageant. Applicants must be at least 18 years old (no age limit), married at the time of competition and a Wyoming resident, no performing talent required. Celebrating its&apos; 35th year, the Mrs. America pageant is the only competition to recognize the one person who contributes so much to modern day life... America's mar- ried woman. To request the official application or for information, call Sheree, Wyoming's State Director at 307-631-4447 or www.m r swyomingam erica.com Beginning Experience weekend Oct. 9-10 in Douglas Beginning Experience of Wyoming is a weekend program that offers healing and renewal to divorced, widowed and separated men and women. It is a non-profit, faith-based comprehensive program offered to all persons, regardless of religious preference. A Beginning Experience weekend offers support and direction to help resolve grief or anger that can follow the end of a marriage by divorce, separation or death. The weekend can be a time for a real awakening, a re-evaluation, and a new beginning. Beginning Experi- ence is a positive experience of hope. You can anticipate an intense reflective, possibly painful, but spiritually honest self-encounter. You will also find support, warm fellowship, and community. The next Beginning Experi- ence weekend will be in Douglas and starts at 8 p.m. on Friday evening, Oct. 8 and runs through Sunday after- noon, Oct. 10. The cost of the weekend is $100, which includes sleeping arrangements, meals, and materials. Scholarships are available. Registration deadline is Oct. 5. Ask these team members for more information. Curtis at 307-463-2677, Rick at 307-265-3201, Diane at 307- 234-7214, Sandi at 307-266-4340. Crook County CattleWomen By Opal Oudin Crook County CattleWomen met August 24, 2010, at 12:30 p.m. in the meeting room of First American Title Co. in Sundance. During the business meeting, reports were heard from various committees'. Membership chairperson, Margaret EUsbury, reported the regular membership now totals 41 and there are 32 associate members. All dues money is used to promote Beef, our industry, and appreciation is expressed for the interest in our goal. The Fair committee chairperson, stated the CattleWomen's booth at the fair was awarded third place in the Most Representative divi- sion and the float won Grand Champion in the Adult Organizations division in the fair parade which was held July 31. Evelyn Hejde, chairperson for the Beef Promotion Committee, was among several other organizations greeting people at various tables at the Open House featuring Crook County Day at the big, new Visitors Center located east of Sundance at the Aladdin exit offof Interstate 90. Several tourists were interested in the BEEF brochures, the children's activity book and recipes folders. Crook County CattleWomen, again, as for several years, served lunch of BEEF hot-dogs on abun, with catsup, relish, mustard, baked beans, tossed salad, chips and a large assortment of homemade cookies to approximately 160 Multiple Sclerosis bicycle riders in the community room of the county courthouse, Sun., Aug. 22. This group was here for their annual Close Encounters weekend raising funds for the Multiple Sclerosis organization. They arrived in Sundance Friday evening and rode from Sundance via Aladdin, Alva, Hulett, Devils Tower and back to Sundance Sat. and Sun., the hottest day this summer, they rode to Spearfish via Beulah, Belle Fourche and Aladdin, returning to the courthouse for lunch. Whenever they arrived, lunch was ready and the last ones came about 4:45 p.m. The Multiple Sclerosis organization provided cool beverages, which were available all the time. Because of the extreme heat on Sun., several riders lift this camp early and returned home, they expected 230 riders to attend this campaign ride. This is a wonderful group and many, many of them expressed appreciation for the lunch ready whenever they arrived. President, Minnie, received an email with news that the Federal and State Agencies are investigating an increase of Salmonella cases in eggs and a recall was in force for eggs from some certain egg farms. They banned those egg farms from using conventional cage housing for hens in Ohio and Iowa. One member at this meeting had purchased eggs at Safeway with the carton containing the recall number. Several local organizations take turns serving cake and ice cream at the Crook County Long Term Facility in Sundance to help celebrate birthdays of all residents with a birthday that month, and Aug. 25, was the date for this CattleWomen's group. Margaret Ellsbury and Evelyn Hejde served angel food cakes, ice cream and strawberries to the residents for dessert at their noon meal, Aug. 25. It makes a dif- ference in their usual routine and is rewarding. It was announced at this meeting, the next meeting of Wyoming CattleWomen will be held Sept. 25 at the Ramada Plaza Riverside in Casper beginning at 10 a.m. All members are encouraged to attend. The next meeting of Crook County CattleWomen will be held Sept. 28 at 1 p.m. at the new Visitors Center east of Sundance. Visitors are welcome to attend. Vernie Nussbaum, Evelyn Hejde, Betts Seeley, Minnie Williams, Opal Oudin, Janet Jensen and Marjorie Goodson were ready to serve the hot dog luncheon to the Multiple Sclerosis bicycle riders when they returned from riding to Spearfish and back via Aladdin, August 22. 2010 T MEAD REPUBLICAN forGOVERNOR hank SUNDANCE ELECTRIC Reasonable rates and Quality service TIM FITZER & BUCK BOCK Owners- Electricians Licensed and insured 2 Mountain View Drlve, P.O, Box 1401, Sundance, h/82729 00ozvt.p00'q ]E A I., T Y 3 07-467-5222 HBsyHcAmis, enoKi,e.ptto, ma30T-3GD-???! 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