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Thursday, October 14, 2004 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Dawson presents Barb Coy with her winnings from the American Red Cross of Northeast Branch raffle. and Wilson win Red Cross drawing American Red Cross of Wyoming held a drawing for their Annual Fundraising on September 11, 2004. The winning ticket was purchased by Barb Coy of Sundance and Wayne of Hulett, who split the winnings of $2500 cash. This is the second year that the American Red has held a cash raffle to raise funds to support Red Cross services and programs in northeast Coy is the manager of Crook County Public Health. She teaches CPR, fwst aid, and babysitting for Red Cross. For the second year, Barb has sold the most tickets for the raffle. She has also $500 of her winnings back to the local Red Cross Chapter. Cross also offers classes in aquatics. It provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prepare for, and respond to emergencies. All disaster services relief is free. It is provided by contributions and is available to anyone affecteed by natural or other disasters. American Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services program provides various services and to military personnel and their families. The local Red Cross is part of the worldwide emer- communication network that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Red Cross, as one of the nation's premier humanitarian organizations, is dedicated to help- IPeople in need. It depends on generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the public in of its lifesaving services and programs. For more information on how you can help the American Cross, please contact: The American Red Cross NE WY Branch 439 Prairieview Dr., Suite E Gillette, 307-686-8407 Cindy Dawson, Branch Manager. u vaccine shortage hits Crook County to Barb Coy, manager of Crook County Pubhc Health, she was notified late last week that entire order of flu vaccine, 1200 doses, was not released due to contamination. Public Heath supplies the majority of the vaccine for the county. =I am working with the state health depart- and the local hospital to see if could possibly obtain vaccine from somewhere. In the meantime all clinics that have been scheduled are cancelled," Coy said. Villano, Crook County Public Health Officer, met last week with Dr. Casey, Crook County Medical Peek at the Past 5 years ago October 14, 1999 The work of local artist Sa- rah Rogers will be featured in Animal Stories, the highlighted exhibit running October 4 through December 20 at the Wyoming Arts Council Gallery in Cheyenne. 10 years ago October 6, 1994 About 90 people, children and adults, came to the retirement party last Friday at Crook County Library honoring childrens' librarian Edie Trickel. 20 years ago October 4, 1984 Dr. and Mrs. Warren Crawford, Sundance, are the parents of a baby boy born Sep- tember 23 at Regional West Hospital, Rapid City, S.D. He weighed 7 lhs. 131/2 ozs. and has been named Jared Lee. -and- Mr. and Mrs. Brian McInerney, Bizmarck, N.D., are the parents of a baby girl born September 27 at Lookout Me- morial Hospital in Spearfish, S.D. She weighed 7 lbs. 1/2 oz. and has been named Megan Marie. 30 years ago October 3, 1974 C.D. "Scotchy" Roberts handed over the keys to Ray Fidler Monday following the sale of Roberts Mortuary in Sundance to Fidler Funeral Chapel, Spearfish. Sale of the funeral home ended 70 years of operation by three genera- tions of the Roberts family-- M.C. Roberts, C.D. Roberts and Alan Roberts. The business will continue to'be operated in Medical Director, and the local medical providers. They made the decision to dispense the 400 of vaccine they have to only high risk individuals. High risk, according to the CDC, is as follows is not an order of priority): IAll children 6-23 months. 65 and older. 2-26 years of age with underlying chronic medical condi- qs. All women who will be pregnant during the influenza season. residents of nuEsing home and long-term care facilities. 6 months~to 18 years on chronic aspirin therapy. inv61v~ in dtCect plaff~nt "c~. ........ Out-of-hon'/e'workers involved in direct patient care. care andhousehold contacts of children Everett E. Burgeson Investment Representative 120 W. Hudson, P.O. Box 1.) } Spearfish, SD 57783-0158 ' 5 605-642-5778, 800-233-474. ~W_W_, edward ione., e om Member SIPC Edward Jones Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 BLACK FOOT CLINI Carolyn K. Stansberry, O.p.n. Call Toll Free 866-642-5051 For Appointment Thursdays }:00-12:00 in Gillette 1:00-5:00 at Sundance Clinic Save *,?,_per box on Fall Planting. Bulbs In 5tack 03U 40 years ago "...all flu clinics 0ctober6,1964 that have been Mr and Mrs ^lhert Pickerd ~~IP~ scheduled are were honored at an ope= , house in celebration of their cancelled." 50th wedding anniv.ersarE. = i ..... " el : :~;~;~- ......... -=-Barb Coy, Cropk 45 years ago ...... Public Health must attend the open house meeting, the Beaflodge Ranger District schedule October 182:00 until 8:00 p.m. Come and comment on the 4~X) acres in the Bearlodge and 5and Creek areas being proposed to be placed in a Natural Area" - If this is accomplished, activities and access to these 4(k'X) acres in Crook County and I(_X00 other acres in the Black t lills will be denied forever. This program must be stopped! --Marlene Simons ~cl~. EQuwtHff m I~m / J' FREE Multi-Room Setup" (After Programming Rebate) FREE Standard Professional Installation J, NO Equipment to Buy ensi nai Made Simple An Authorized DIRECTV Dealer illlliiHdlii|Ha |11 ||llllll|ill|i I I|l || | IIIIIIIII fliilllllllllltllll~ll lll~l flIIPH B~i~Hlil | ~Hll II IIIIiI II llld lill!tll l|l, |lll|llil | II |/l |11 II Ill/i | k t|il l/ill liI i