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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I January 20, 2011 www.LovellChronicle.com Big Horn County Libraries receive $100,000 BY MARLYS GOOD The Big Horn County Library Foundation received a $100,000 check from the Public Library Endowment Challenge, as did 22 other county libraries, after the li- braries had raised a cumu- lative $2.3 million and met the incentive of the Public Challenge. Funds earned as inter- est from this endowment can be used by the library&apos;s foundations for any purpose: collection development, pro- gramming, equipment, staff- ing and beyond. In a release on Dec. 9, Gov. Dave Freudenthal called the endeavor "re- markably successful' and commended the libraries for working together, The Wyoming Library Endowment Challenge, es- tablished by the Wyoming Legislature in 2008, re- quired each county to secure $10,000, after which the BHC Library Endowment Challenge would be enti- tled to three 3-1 matching funds. The challenge was for Big Horn County to raise $100,000 before 2013 - all of which would be eligible for the match. Carolyn Walton, presi- dent of the BHC Library Foundation Board of Di- rectors, explained, "This $100,000 is similar to a bo- nus the Legislature add- ed onto the original match- ing funds challenge. The Foundation here in Big Horn County is continuing its work toward the goal of every dollar earned up to $100,000 will be matched by $3." The Foundation began its official campaign just a year ago in November; so far donations have totaled $33,000. 'ro think that in this length of time over $30,000 had been donated, and in this economy, it is as- tounding," Walton said. Becky Hawkins, direc- tor of the Big Horn County Library, said, "We need to thank the Legislature of the State of Wyoming for this great opportunity for the future of all libraries." Re- ferring to donations for the Challenge, Hawkins said, "We are so thankful to all of our Big Horn County donors and their willingness to sup- port our libraries. They are reinforcing how important libraries are to the commu- nities in Big Horn County." If you would like to make a donation to the Founda- tion, it can be sent to: Big Horn County Libraries En- dowment Challenge, Big Horn County Library, Box 231, Basin, WY 82410. Hawley excited to be working in District 1 BY KARLA POMEROY Burlington hired Hans Hawley of Lovell as its new 7-12 Engish teacher. Haw- ley replaces Judy Morgan, who died suddenly on Dec. 16. Hawley began duties when school resumed after Christmas break on Jan. 3. He is a 1992 graduate of Lovell High School and earned his bachelor's de- gree from Brigham Young University in history and English with a teaching endorsement in Spanish. He later earned a master's degree in administration and school leadership from Portland State University. Following his gradua- tion from BYU he and his family moved to Oregon where he taught in the Tillamook school system for seven years. In the summer of 2009 the Hawleys moved back to Big Horn County to be near his folks in Lovell. They purchased a home this sum- mer in Lovell. He said he has been working as an English Sec- KARLA POMEROY Bmqington's new English teacher Hans Hawley ond Language paraprofes- sional in Powell waiting for the right teaching position to open up. He had applied for a job in Big Horn Coun- ty School District No. 1 a few years prior and he said his application was still on file. After Mrs. Morgan's death, the district called to see if he'd be interested in applying. He was. "I've always wanted to work in this district. I've always heard great things about Burlington -- nothing negative," Hawley said. The district has the op- tion of extending Hawley's contract at the end of the year, or opening up the po- sition again. "I'm thrilled to be here and I look for- ward to many years here, if they'll have me," he said. Coming in the middle of the year has been a chal- lenge, requiring a lot of prep work, Hawley said, but the teaching portion has been easy. "The students here are easy to teach. I love be- ing with kids." Hawley said he is firm but fair and tries to make learning fun. "I push hard. I push the students to work hard and achieve. Educa- tion opens doors to life and I want the kids to follow their potential," he said. Hawley and his wife, Emilie, a nurse at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell, have five children -- Daniel, 10; Hannah, 9; Benjamin, 7; Jonathan, 5; and Levi, 3. Rocky Mountain Junior-Senior High School announces honor rolls i Rocky Mountain High School has released a list of honor roll students for the second quarter of the 2010- 11 school year. PRINCIPAL'S HONOR ROLL 4.0 GPA Shalece Aagard, Lar- issa Johnson, Shauna Lo- man, Jake Loyning, Xavier Mangus, Lori McCracken, Rachel Rapp, Mary Schwo- pe, Haley Stauffer, Sydney Tyacke, Cassy Jo Vezain- Baugus, Kelly Jo Vezain- Baugus, Hannah Winland, Rachael Allred, Dalton Price Banks, John Michael Bernhisel, Brianna Hocker, Hannah Parker, Kellie Shae Schmidt, Kallee Jo Wilson, Maci Zier, Ashley Bridges, Austin Brost, Isabel Gur- rola, Ethan Strom, Leslie Blackburn, Nyla DeSantis, Jacob Aaron Larson, Sher- aLee Lynn, Kyle Peterson, Pilar Rivera, Janelle Row- land, Thomas Troutman. HiGH HONOR ROLL GPA 3.9-3.5+ Jessica Allred, Lois St. Joseph's  1 Catholic Church /n 1 Sacrifice of the Mass Il Sunday at .:30 am |1 Reverend Glen Szczechowski IlL ;lll Herlitz, Jacob Jones, Bra- dy Winland, Logan Fried- ly, Karli Leonhardt, Derik Romero, Olivia Spann, Jack- son Stephens, Logan Bisby, Melissa Iverson, Kimber- ly Beard, Chase Tyrell Aa- gard, Davin Michael Bruin- well, Jerry Aagard, Kayla Whiting, Jessee D. Wilson, Darren Brumwell, Dalton Johnson, Haley Strom, Sam Woodis, Lauren Peterson, Dylan Rasmussen, Mandee Leonhardt, Tara Richlin, Miranda Southworth, Shane Steven Wocicki, Brandon J. Altman, Travis Hatch- Dohnal, Amanda Muller, Matthew Parker, Camaron Wambeke, Brandon Asay, Bobbi Ann Sprague, Ken- ia Rivera, Russell Roberts, Trinette Langston, Marissa Wambeke, Guy Jones, Ja- cob S. Bose, Sienna Chardi- nay Rausch, Amber Tilley, TyrelI Humphreys, Tyler Morgan, Ty Jared Wam- beke, Carlos DeLaCruz, Claudia DeLaCruz, Katelyn Jewell. HONOR ROLL GPA of 3.4-3.0+ Bryce Ward, Jessee Lenn Malatare, Sarah Bow- man, Joseph R. Carroll, Hi- lary Woodis, Luke Leon- hardt, Elias Gurrola, Kelsey Spencer, Caitlyn Soren- son, ShyAnn Wilson-Ball- inger, Brandon Foster, De- sirae Gams, Dusten Bond, Charles Kawano, Maezie E. Teesdale, Melissa M. San- chez. MIDDLE SCHOOL Rocky Mountain Middle School has announced stu- dents named to the honor roll for the second quarter of the 2010-2011 school year for exceptional grade point averages of 3.74 and above. EIGHTH GRADE 4.0-3.75 GPA: *Jordan Arnold, *Meiissa Bernhis- el, *Caleb Horrocks, Casey Banks, Jennifer Parker, Cannon Simmons, Kirby Winland. 3.5-3.74: Denice Escal- ante, Courtney Tyacke. SEVENTH GRADE 4.0 - 3.75 GPA : Seth Fuller, Kaitlyn Hayes. 3.5-3.74: Samantha Bel- tran, Kelton Hennrich, Karl Kawano, Kelsea Mayfield, Sierra Scott, Payton Thom- as. SIXTH GRADE 4.0-3.75: *Marissa Ar- nold, Brianna Brumwell, Trevan Lytle, Cole Sim- mons. 3.5-3.74: Gerardo Bel- tran, Kaitlyn Doughty, Sam Larson, Kim Rowland, Tris- ton Rusch, Garrett Vezain. * indicates 4.0 GPA Faith Southern Baptist % Church "-" 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell Pastor Michael McKnight 548-6561 e Services: Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eva. Worship 6 pen Wed. Bible Study 7 pm The Bible Church | ., so..i.e Prayer 7 pm l Sunday School Rev. Kurt McNabb | 10:30 am 56 E. Main | Bible Lesson LOII L6pra J Louell flssemblg of 6od Church 310 idaho Ilue., Louell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study ,- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 [ r .' \\; Serving Norther -.lJ Big Horn County years at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship ::i:!!ii!iii!!iiii/iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiziiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!ziiiiiiiii![iii[i:iii[!i Horace 'Bill' Turner Dillon Jr. Nov. 11, 1922- Jan. 14, 2011 Horace Turner Dillon Jr. (Bill) was born Nov. 11, 1922, to Horace Turner Dil- lon Sr. and Imla Dee Asay in Basin. He married his second-grade love, "Fleety Belle" Loa Shumway, on Dec. 16, 1941. They were later married for time and all eternity at the Idaho Falls Temple on Oct. 21, 1954. Bill was a very intelli- gent man who could do any- thing he set his mind to. He was a teacher to many. He enjoyed the outdoors and taught all his children, grandchildren, arid great- grandchildren about fish- ing, archeology, geology, the history of the area and woodcarving. Many picnics were held out in the sage- brush between anthills and cow pies. He held many church callings and he loved to teach. Many will remem- ber him as greatest scout leader ever. He loved histo- ry and was very involved in doing genealogy. He wanted to mention the love he had for his chil- dren, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, broth- er Warren and grandson Stuart. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Loa; daughter Billie Jean, daughter Peg (Mike) Snell, daughter Pam (Jim) Cur- rie, daughter Jane (John) Schneider, son Scott (Sha- ron), son Tom, daughter Sue (Shane) McKinny and daughter Toni (Tom) Bas- sett. Viewing and visitation will be held at Haskell Fu- neral Home on Jan. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. and again one hour prior to services at the church. Funeral Services will be held at the Lovell LDS Church on Thursday, Jan. 20, at 1 p.m. Burial will be in the Lovell Cemetery. Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell is in charge of arrangements. Evelyn Sue 'Susie' Brumley Smith Sept. 30, 1946 - Jan. 7, 2011 Evelyn Sue "Susie" Brumley Smith, 64, of Ba- sin died at her home on Fri- day, Jan. 7, 2011. Susie was born Sept. 30, 1946, in Norwood, Mo., to Howard and Maxine Em- aline (Sartin) Brumley. In the early 1950's Susie came to Rawlins, Wyo., with her parents. She moved with her family to Dubois and graduated from high school there. She attended North- west Community College in Powell. She moved to the Burlington/Otto area and finally made Basin her home. She worked as a police dispatcher in Cody in the 1970s, was a consultant to a struggling business and helped make it successful, and was manager for Go Gas C Store in Worland for several years until she was unable to work due to her health. Susie loved the out- doors and enjoyed rock hunting, caving, gardening and growing flowers and 5th & Monfmza, 548-7127 Rev. Christoplwr Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7.30 pm Cl4ito <Wdo,U The Lutheran Church-Missoun Synod plants. She was a lover of the arts and enjoyed writ- ing poems, drawing and lis- tening to music. She loved her animals and loved to go shopping. Susie is survived by her sons, Dale (April) Smith of Lovell and Dan (Pam) Smith of Worland; seven grandchildren; six great- grandchildren; her brother- in-law, Larry (Rona) Wes- terfield of Worland and her aunt, Carol (Robert) Schaeffer of Sheridan. Cretin has taken place. A'nemorial service will be planed at a later date. A memorial fund has been established at Secu- rity State Bank, P.O. Box 531, Basin, WY 82410. A beneficiary for the proceeds will be decided at a later time. Atwood Family Funeral Directors, Inc., is in charge of arrangements. First Mustang Days Committee Meeting Tuesday, January 25 6:30 p.m. Big Horn Federal hospitality room All committee members and Lovell residents are invited to attend! CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? DR. GgEoRT STEWART UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOMING PC Specializing in the "no needle/no scapel technique." 15 minute office procedure, Frequently done on Friday with the possibility of back to light-duty work on Monday. Dr. Gregory Stewart Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. Clinics held in Powll Basin - Big Horn Clinic Greybull - Midway Clinic Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Hospital. VA patients accepted with prior approval. 225 W. YELLOWSTONE AVE., SUITE 9 " Cv, WY To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 THE GREEN HORNET THIS NEWSPAPER ALWAYS STRIVES FOR ACCURACY AND FAIRNESS. 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