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Page 7 The Sundance Times December 3, 201: Members of the Range Riders 4-H Club participate in Op- eration Christmas Child by filling and sending a shoebox full of gifts, front: Brit Wheeler, Lexie Marchant; middle row: Tori Wheeler, Tairyn Richards, Kate Sell, Teddi Marchant; back: Lance Weaver, Levi Rudolph, Josiah Rudolph, Will Inghram. Crook County CattleWomen BY OPAL OUDIN members. We are proud this many businesses Crook County CattleWomen met November and individuals support and assist this orga- 27, 2012, in the Sundance State Bank meeting nization. room at 11:30 a.m. and ordered lunch deliv-Appreciation was expressed to our secre- ered from The Dog Pound. tary for getting the ads in the three local pa- During the business meeting, Minnie Wil- pers promoting beef for Thanksgiving to save a liams stated she had mailed some of our brand "worried old turkey." Look for some Christmas napkins and a package of our brand note beef ads. cards to Thyra Page, Wyoming CatfleWomen An interesting discussion was held c o cern- Parliamentarian, who was organizing a tpft rag the school unchprograms,!lg.nTV, wJaer basked for a silent auction at the Wyoming protein served was to be only 8 oz. a week StockGrowers winter conference to be held in which is insufficient for growing, active school December in Casper. children. Several senators have protested the The main topic of this meeting was the annu- suggested protein shortage for school lunches. al Christmas Dinner party to be held December Next meeting will be held January 22, 2013, 8, 2012, at the Aro Restaurant in Sundance. in the Sundance State Bank meeting room at Invitations were delivered or mailed to fifty- 11:30 a.m. with a carry-in luncheon and a two associate members and forty-nine county business meeting to follow. aTa Crook County Homemakers The Crook County Home- makers' Council met on Monday, December 3, 2012, in the Community room of the Courthouse. Vice-President, Ruta Gar- man, called the meeting to order at 10:35 a.m. Peggy Symonds led the Pledge of Allegiance to our flag. Roll call showed four members in attendance from the Aladdin club, eight mem- bers of the Give and Gain club and four members of the Inyan Kara club. The minutes of the Sep- tember 10 meeting were read by Secretary JoAnne Moore; Pat Liebsack moved that they be approved as read, Susan Rice seconded the motion and the mo- tion carried. Treasurer Susan gave the treasur- er's report, the report is attached. Pat moved that the treasurer's report be ac- cepted, Carol Sisk seconded the motion and the motion carried. Standing approval reimbursements were to Kathleen Streeter of Inyan Kara club as Hostess, and to the Aladdin club for deco- rations. Clubs were to pay club dues and the annual club dona- tions to Pennies for Peace and Nickels for Leadership at the December meeting. The Audit Committee, con- sisting of Ruta and Pat, re- ported that the audit of the council books showed the books are in excellent condi- tion. Thank you to our trea- surer. At the end of the De- cember meeting, the second signature for checks passes from President Pat to new- ly installed President Ruta. There was no regular meet- tion was made that for our buttons, rick rack, patterns, Club reported on multiple ing of the club in October; Spring Council meeting we thread spools, scissors, etc. activities, which included rather the members met with have a "Women's Fair'. This We will meet in the court- their carry-in tea parties, the Give and Gain Homemak- would include stations for house basement at 10 a.m. their annuaiPie Social, and ere on October 10. The Inyan workshops featuring various on the 7th to decorate. a fun time at Patty's Place Kara Homemakers' Club met crafts, i.e., knitting, crochet- The Homemakers' Coun- in Belle Fourche. Give and for their November meeting ing, weaving, etc., with sam- cil will meet on Monday, Gain club reported that in the Sundance State Bank ples and handouts provided. December 3 at 10:30 a.m. their JUG band (Just Us meeting room on Wednes- No action was taken, but theand our club is scheduled Girls) played - with much day, November 14, 2012. information will be discussed as Hostess for the day. Af- fun and amusement - at President Peggy Symonds at the next Council meeting,ter some discussion of what the Assisted Living, that called the meeting to order New business: the upcom- to serve, we decided to pro- they had a 'Jewelry Show and asked JoAnne Moore to ing Parade of Lights will beVide lasagna as the main and Tell', and they had a lead the group in the Pledge on December 7. Included in course, and Kathleen will Gallery Walk in Sundance. of Allegiance to our flag. the festivities will be a Chili purchase it. Our next club Inyan Kara club reported We welcomed two guests Feed, Candy Tasting in the meeting will be December 7, that they made a donation to our meeting, Arley May- Museum and the Festival of mainly consisting of deco- to the Library Foundation, nard and Barbara Byrne. Trees. JoAnne moved that rating the tree and having went on a field trip to New- The members and guests our club decorate a tree, lunch together when we are castle, and had a 'treasure answered roll call by shar- and Kathleen seconded the through. The meeting was hunt' at our local museum. ing Thanksgiving Traditions motion. The motion carried, then adjourned, and hostess All clubs reported working handed down within our fam- Barbara has a tree that we Peggy served a variety of tea for the annual blood draws, flies. We then each shared a can use and we will decoratebreads, grapes and coffee, and providing birthday thought for the day. using sewing notions of vari- Submitted byJoAnne Moore cake and ice cream at .the Minutes of the September ous types: embroidery hoops, Long Term Care facility. meeting were read by sec- Old Business: we were retary/treasurer JoAnne Moore. Jessie Tschetter moved that the minutes SANTA' ADVICE: be approved, and Kathleen Streeter seconded the mo- "EAT HEART HEALTHY! tion. The motion carried. A .... BEEF!" copy of the minutes of the SERVE October Give and Gain club were then read [copy at- IT'S WHAT5 FOR tached]. The treasurer's re- D] NE ! port was given. ,~C~,oo~; C(:)U~:TY C.\~LEW0:~IE~ Correspondence consist- 4 ed of a letter from the local Handbell Choir requesting a possible donation towards some new hand bells. Peggy moved that we make Christ- valspar mas donations. JoAnne sec- onded the motion, and after some discussion, the motion carried. Old business: during the meeting with the Give and Dakota Lumber Co. Gain club, the sugges- Vivian Kipp receiving her 50 year membership as a Homemaker from President Ruta Gartman. reminded that if weather conditions are treacherous, the Council President will contact Council Executive Committee members and Club Presidents by email if it is necessary to post- pone or cancel the Council meeting. There was discus- sion about donating to the Library Foundation. There was much discussion, and a council fund raiser will be planned by the new commit- tee consisting of the club presidents: Pat, Peggy and Carol. Susan moved that we provide a dessert booth for Burn Out Wednesday during Rally Week. Doreen seconded the motion, and the motion carried with an amendment to include that motion. The committee will arrange details for this as well, which will include pre- senting the idea to the Fair Board. New Business: By-Law Changes were distributed to the club presidents, with the request to discuss the changes with club members so the changes can be voted on at the next council meet- ing. For the spring meeting, instead of a Cultural Arts theme, discussion covered the theme of a 'Hobby and Crafts Demonstration Day', with an invitation to the public. This could be a way to introduce Homemakers' Clubs to the public. There was no further busi- ness and the meeting was the proceeds benefit the Li-adjourned with the motion brary Foundation. Pat will to adjourn by Zona Unruh lead the committee and they and seconded by Pam. Af- JoAnne moved that Ruta be will report during our spring ter lunch, Pat installed our put on the bank accounts, meeting. Pam Thompson new officers: Ruta Gartman Doreen Meier seconded the moved that we continue as President and Peggy Sy- motion and the motion car- with the baked goods table monde as Vice President. ried. for seconded the . SubmitfedbyJoAnneMoore " C6, .e.sp6.ndei.ice ifl cl i d- - .... thaunkyounotes fromGrace ': : " ' . ,' "' [ Andersn fr ur supprt f [ 4-H awards, and Marjorie and Goodson and Vivian Kipp / g Annual Horn Night . for the receipt of monetary lJ .... Tuesday Dec. 18, 7 p.m., Fairgrounds I awards for fair participa- All hunters that Bringin this year's (deer, anteto ooseoretk) tion. Pat also reported that [ beards(harvested in Wyoming) will be entered into a she is the custodian of the awing. Neednot be a Rod and Gun Club member for this Carlisle Livewires History l~~ The more hunters that bring in their success the more fun scrapbooks until another [ for everyone - Especially young hunterst _ ] location can be found for I aveany{o bring, then come and enjoythe others. I storage of the scrapbooks. The annual rifle raffle drawing will also be held. Club reports: Aladdin FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS IN THE HILLS HARLEY-DAVIDSON