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Co O acation art Board of directors for Civic Center '76 in Hulett was recently elected with Don Roberts, chairman; Freida Dent, vice chairman; Robert Atkinson, treasurer and Julia Dirks, se et wy, named. Others who will also serve on the beard include Linda McAmis, Tiny Bush, Nan Nuckolls, Janis Wood, Og- den Driskill, Dee Clark and Mantle Stoddard. During the meeting re- ports and suggestions for by-laws for the organization were heard and the chairman appointed Tiny Bush, Freida Dent, Linda McAmis, Janis Wood, Nan Nuckolls and Julia Dirks to a committee to draw up a set of by-laws for presentation at the next beard meeting. Treasurer's bend was dis- cussed with the current bend valid until January, 1977, approved. Three officer names were signed on the" bond .allowing any one of them to sign Civic Center.' 76 checks. These are Robert Atkinson, Don Roberts and reida Dent. Checks up to $100 may carry one signiture with those above $100 re- quiring two signatures. Atkinson was named to have a checkbook printed for the organization and to check with two insurance agencies for insurance for the build- ing. Janis Wood was designat- ed to be in charge of janitor service at the Center on a temporary basis at $2 an hour. She will also be in charge of the calendar and those wishing to use the building should check with au o ~eter Dauel, forester for the Bearlodge Ranger Dis- tric~ here has been reas- signed to the Rio Grande. National Forest in Colorado, according to an announce- ment by James C. Overbay, forest supervisor for Black Hills National Forest. her for charges and open dates. Her number is 467- 5762. Following extensive dis- cussion charges for the building were set as follows: Main hall, $25; kitchen, $15; meeting room, $10. Total use of the hall for an or- ganization sponsoring a dance is $75. Prices are temporary and suggestions and comments regarding them will be welcomed by board mernbers. Bill Hayes, psychological t~echnician at the Hulett School, attend the 3rd Annu- al Ricky Mountain Confer- ence on Schools and Mental Health held November 3-5 at the Regency Hotel in Den- ver. The presentations were organized and coordinated by the Cherry Creak Schools of Denver. The conference was divid- ed into 20 workshops each lasting one half of a day so that each participant could attend six sessions. Topics included such things as classroom managemen$, cre- ative learning, family thera- py, delinquency, develop- mental issues, and diagnos- ing emotional and learning problems, o, The workshop concerning experential methods of redi- recting children's misbeha- vior was presented by Kathy and Bill Kvols-Riedler, co- directors of the Rudolf Drei- kurs Institute of Boulder, Colorado. This program consisted of involvement techniques useful in promot- ing a clearer understanding of misbehavior and in facili- tating redirection towards more appropriate social in- teraction. While at the conference, Hayes also had the oppor- tunity to visit with Carl Peterson, director of Family Leaming Centers, Inc.,--The company which operated ac- celerated schools in Denver and Kansas City. These Keys to tlae building will be left at the Hulett Cash Store, the Skelly Station and with Janis Wood. Board meetings were set for the first Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. in the Civic center meeting room. Members of the community are welcome to attend these meetings. Correspondence for the center will be handled by .Robert Atkinson, BOx 222, Hulett. A New Year's Eve dance was discussed and the Fire- men's Association agreed to allow the center to sponsor the dance to raise money for the organization. Commit- tees were appointed as follows: Ticket takers Don Roberts, Music -- Robert Atkinson and Julia Dirks, Lunch -- Linda McAmis and Tiny Bush. During an informal meet- ing of the board on Dec. 7 a set of by-laws was presented for coltsideration and they will be voted on at the next meeting. Reports were heard from the dance committees. It was agreed to hire the Wayne Dunn dance band to ask people in the community to bring sandwiches, do-nuts or cookies. Advance tickets will sell for $5 a couple or $3 at the door. Students from 12 to 18 will be charged $1 with those under 12 admitted free. Tickets are available from board members and business places in Hulett. All proceeds from the dance will go for support of the center. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all our neighbors, relatives and friends for the prayers, phone calls, cards and letters while I was in Seattle with Darlene. Each one was special and appreciated. When so far from home, it's great to be remembered. God bless all of your. - Arlene Tenke 642-42i2" Spearfish Dauel had been assigned accelerated schools take Wed'. through Sat. to the Black ]~dlls since 1967 children with emotional or" Shows: 7 & 9 with prior service on the learning disabilities who are ~ #~an .Shoshone and Arapaho Na- unable to function in the tional Forests. He is a native public schools and guarantee of Wahoo, Nebr., and holds a a certain amount of academicFREE Kiddie Forest Management degreeprogress in a specified time Matinee Sat. 1:00 from Colorado State UniTer- period. This is done through .... Gulliver" 's Travels" sity. a contractual arrangement Sun. through Thurs. He will be moving to thewith the child and his parents Shows: 7 & 9 Rio Grande National Forest using behavior modification PETER. BLYTI-IE in early January. techniques. "F'MTtJ~RI.D" Sundance students are al- ready practicing their cries of rejoicing inpreparat on for the Christmas vacation. Local schools will be dis- missed at 2:30 p.m. for the holiday recess and schools will not resume until Jan. 3. ems lis Former Crook county teacher Noe E. Cote has three poems published in "New Voices in American Poetry-1976," an anthology of original poetry culled from a wide cross section of America. IsL DECEMBER16.1976 THESUNDANCETIMEg PAGB ire Leve |uilding An early morning/ I Monday at the Ron The volume of poetry fea- ranch on the Moskee ~: tures poetry by hundreds of completely destroyed a ~' persons from around the , bunkhouse. Cause of the nation, is unknown. _ .~ CorD's ,selectionsare Sundance Fire Chief~ "Thoughts, ' "Hmna~ Pray- vin Petersen said that W~: er" and "God and the Sea- ming Game and Fish sons (God is God). partment game biologist He said the volume will be roy Taylor lost a conside~ presented by him to the amount of equipment~ Crook County Library irlrecords stored in the bu:~ Sundance. ing. Neighbors and the CARD OF THANKS ' dance Volunteer FireP~-' : Our thanks and apprecia- partment fought the blaze, tion to the Sundance Volun- teer Fire Department for their fast response to our fire Monday morning. The Watsons and Taylors TIMES CLASSIFIEDS Gets Results in our Ti * Farmall 966 Tractor MUSEUM, CLOSE FOR HOLIDAY The Crook County seum and Art Gallery courthouse basement closed from Dec. 24 to 31 for the holidays. * International 230 Windrower * New Holland Tub Grinder OC mmm * Haybuster 1100 Loose Hay Handling System , * John Deere 4010 with Cab i The Smadance Times , I *Oliver 1800 *SN Ford . : | I . 642-3702Spem h * International 660 with Cab ,ea In, : . "Bm'ONDVF Several Used Farmall M's I Used New Holland 1035 Self-Prop. Bale Wagon ! j legal advertising-- Sun. thro.sh Tues. Shows: 7&9 SEE US FOR SPECIAL !! Monday, 10 a.m. I YEAR-END CLEARANCE PRICES i ~Vhenever ~ble, please submit copy earlier. 6//" I nM01 Y ! Thm~ you for your help. I Sundance, Wyo. I ! __ '____-- ,