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f L Pase 6- Thursday, September 30, 1999 Sundance i !i [@ i? :Y i ii:ii!i:: ii::i i: ii i ...... Lady Bulldogs, shown here setting up for a volley with Big Horn, ere, Denise Canfield, Amanda Kreuter and Amanda Lambert. ,," L :::~ .:!i ": Drafting class members are shown above painting the map of the United States on the elementary l The SHS drafting class has been repaint- ing the large map of the United States on the black top at the elementary school playground. Drafting class members Devin Eppler and Morgan Ellsbury were members of the playground. Pictured left to right: Chance Beck, Trey Cisrkeon and instructor John Stewart. mm m m fifth grade class that originally painted the map seven years ago. Josie Pearson, elementary librarian, stated, "It's neat to have the same stu- dents helping that started this project. It helps teach the importance of tradition." left to right: Megan Even though game scores were Rebekah Cornella led the offense In Junl 5-15, and 3- 15, Sundance camewith 4 kills each. Jennifer Kreu- Big Horn, the Lady B out strong starting the match ter had 9 set assists. Cornelia a close one, 15-13, against Big Horn, with a stuffand Amanda Kreuter each 14-16. Nicole Nolan~ block by Amanda Lambert and served 100% for the match. Waller each had 6 Be Rolf Friday, September 24, The defense battled for threeEppler had 16 set home court. The Lady Bulldogs complete rotations, Thedefense tlin Gade had 12 played tough defense and scored was led byAmanda Lambert and served 100% for the 7 team kills In the first game of Be Rolf with 3 stuff blocks and Megan Waller had the match. Chelsea Rogers and Cornelia with 12 digs. points. SCHOOL EVENTS Oct. 1 -8, 1999 Oct. 1 - No School- Teacher Inservice Oct. 2 . Cross Country- Wright Invitational - UW Band Days Oct. 4 . HSJVFB - Here- 4:00 p.m. Oct. 5 . HSVB - Upton - There - 5:00 - 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Oct. 7 . JHFB - Upton - Here - 4:00 p.m. 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. " There. 3:00 p.m. There - 3.00 p.m. Elementary from )f ED Sundance Elementary School recently received $2,000 from the Wyoming Department of Educa- tion. Last year the school was classified as a Distinguished Title I School. "rifle I students are Identified as students struggling in the areas of math and reading. The award was given to the elementary school since the students made such good progress with their goals in read- ing and math. With the recognition money, the school plans to purchase a new sound system for the gym. The system will enhance any assem- bly or awards program held in the gym. A portion of the money will be allocated to provide snacks and treats for the after school study program. The afternoon snack is an incentive and motivates stu- dents to have a good attitude and to get their work done. Miss Rodeo Crook County second runner-up Amber Weber, Miss PRCA Sea- son Finale, was crowned Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2000 at the 1999 State Falr and Rodeo. Weber, bom and raised on her family ranch near Baggs, is the 19-year-old daughter of Matt and Sherry Weber. Katie Stenson, Miss Rodeo Weston County, was first runner- up and Nlcole Hutchinson, Miss Rodeo Crook County, was second runner-up. Weber is the first girl from Baggs to ever be chosen for this presti- gious tire. Weber won the horse- manship, personality and speech categories before being named Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2000. During her reign, Weber will serve as a goodwill ambassador and spokesperson .for rodeo and the state of Wyoming, continuing 45 years of the Mlss Rodeo Wyoming tradition into the new mfllennlum. With golfers from nine schools, the Sundance golf team scored well at the Hulett Golf Invitational held Saturday, September 18. Tyler Watts won the meet, shoot- ing a 79. Joseph Cornelia tied for third. The team earned 5th place overall, with a team score of 366. Kelly Welsh High School won with a score of 34 I. Angela Haiar, daughter of Leroy and Betty Haiar of Beu- lah was recently awarded a $1000 honor scholarship by Beta Gamma Sigma. Miss Haiar was chosen for her superior performance in the study of business. The mission of Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business and personal and professional ex- cellence in the practice of business. The Society is proud that its contributions have helped =the best in business" reach their academic and pro- fcssional goals. Oct. 8 - JHVB - Upton - There - - HSFB - Tongue River - - HSVB - Tongue River - ms away Shad Schloredt (No. 10) is shown above as he rolls out on a quarterback option while Nick Pieper (No. 33) follows in the Tuesday, September 28, 40-0 romp over Hulett. Coach Doug Moore, filling in for coach John Stewart said, "The team played well and all the young players got to play a lot. Congratulations to Coach Stewart and his wife Chris on the birth of their new baby daughter!" 178 176 174 iIiill We ~h Coralie Lubken Charlene Murray and Clarice Pridgcon Dottle Mobley wyomin ch hood velopment Council is announcing openings on the Council. The Coundrs is to identify and address four areas of early chlklhood development. The Council proraotes partnerships that provide resources and services which enhance the early devdop sent of all children, reviews and reconunends updates to early child- hood development statutes address- ing children and families. Identillcs performance meas ts thatwlll evaluate earlychiklhood de -Blm ent efforts, and establishes a compre- hensive and coozdinated pub]Ic In- formation campaign for the p~ of educating and Informing families and communities. The Council is authorized under l uthe Order and repre tatlon includes service providers, local emment, Iocaleducators, stateagen- Gme Women's High Series Irene Buckmiller 475 CoraIie Lubken 471 9-14-99 DoRic Mobley 455 Testa S~dl~ Win Lose Team High Giume Snowbirds 7 I Snowbirds 1077 Oddballs 6 2 Climbers 1048 Sodbustcrs 4 4 Eightballs 1047 Springchlckens 4 4 Climbers 4 4 Team High Series Elghtballs 3 5 Snowbird s 3183 Sagebrushers 2 6 Sodbusters 3058 Ball Nobbers 2 6 EightbaUs 3043 Unique Scores Vera Hefner 3- I0 Men' High Game Billte Wakefield 2-7 Charles Langenderfcr 169 Dottle Mobley 9-10 Bob Beaudoin 162 Bill Baker 2-5-7 Frank Blakeman 158 Bob Beaudoin 3-10 Arlene Parrent 3-10 Charlene 5-8-10 Alice Langenderfer 3- I0 Men's High Series Jack Pridgeon 5-4-7 Charles Langenderfer 465 Patty Pickett 3-9-10 Bob Beaudoin Juardta Orlfflth 3-I0 Ken Burr 422 Mildred Anderson 2-7 New SHS Ms. Jeanett Wolff, li resident, i the supervision of SHSbusir has a business Hills State. She is schooling to obtain $ education. "1 wanted to come to because I Mrs. Jenss some of her Wolff stated. After this semester, like to teach in on the college level goals. des, and the Carbon, C' ok, Goshen and Platte l> xUcipaUon on the unta and will bursement is meets every The Govcrno s byDccembcr3 I, is anUcipated to occ aly 28, 2OOO, Chief of Staff, State Capitol WY 82002; state.wy.us.