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" % "-." % % .., 6 I The Lovell Chronicle I March 1, 2012 Spirit and dance groups compete for statewide recognition BY PATTI CARPENTER Lovell High School cheerleaders Chelby Lewis and Angel Jasso and Rocky Mountain High School cheerleader Sydney Tyacke were named to the All-State cheer team at the Wyoming Spirit Coaches Association competition held last Sat- urday in Casper. Two members of Lovell's dance squad, Tiana O'Tremba and Shay Kite, also made the All-State Dance team in the same competition. All of the girls were giv- en an individual routine to learn over a two-week pe- riod of time. Each compet- ed individually before the judges. The girls will compete again with their teams in the Wyoming High School Activities Association con- test in Casper on March 7. Unlike the WSCA competi- tion, the girls will compete with their teammates in the WHSAA competition for team recognition. The Lovell cheerlead- ers will compete at 4:32 p.m. and the RMHS Cheer- leaders will compete at 5:20 p.m. The dance squad from Lovell will compete at 7:40 p.m. on the same day. Last year the Lovell dance team took second place, Lovell cheerlead- ers took ninth place and Rocky's cheerleaders took 124 place. State Spirit Competition Wednesday March 7 Casper Events Center LHSCheer 432pm RMHSCheer 520pm LHS Dance 740pm Tiana O'Tremba Shay Kite ...... Angel Jasso Sydney Tyacke Chelby Lewis The Basin Branch of the ig l-lorn County will be / and O00IED We apologize for the inconvenience. Please call 568-2388 with any questions. FOUND! Found dogs are usually 10st dogs. Make someone really happy ... place a classified ad in the Lovell Chronicle to find his owner today. The Lovell Chronicle 548.2217 Local classified ads just $2/week Workshop spotlights Office 2010 features Technology instructor Lori Austill will be teaching a hands-on workshop cover- ing the new features found in Office 2010 on Thursday, March 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Northwest College's Science and Math Building, Room 135 computer lab. The class is designed for experienced users of MS Office software. Participants will learn how to get the most out of this software by using such features as personalizing the Quick Access tool bar, customizing and rearrang- ing ribbons, using the con- tents of the new file tab and navigation pane, setting up a personal document style, creating a building block of commonly inserted items, formatting text and more. There is a fee for the course. For more information or to sign up, call Powell Val- ley Community Education, or stop by the office located at 1397 Fort Drum Drive in the NWC West Campus Community Complex. Children's Resource Center RESOURCE CENTER 435 E. 5th Street 548-67z2 Why is Your Children's Language Development Important? Vocabulary at the age of three is a predictor of vocabulary at age 9. Two year olds begin the year with a vocabulary of approximately 2oo words and end with approximately iooo words or more. Three year olds use expanded noun phrases, some verb endings and can answer simple questions. Children need to be learning 2o-z5 new words per week. All developmental services are free regardless of income. The only thing you cannot afford to do is wait. ,. ., Ideallyour child Oi i e needs i developmental Dero..,t:o screening before the age of 2. Developmental services do not replace annual check-ups with your physician.