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www.LovellChronicle.com March 4, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 7 IIY Helping LoveN! Youth Prepare for Excellence BY BRAD DEVEREAUX HYPE performances in north Big Horn County and Powell this week lived up to all the hype that or- ganizer Randy Davis said they would. The Hyart per- formance Monday drew a crowd of more than 650 people and all of the young people in attendance gave it positive reviews, Davis said. "We were really pleased with how everything went," Davis said. "The kids re- sponded well." The response was so great that Davis said he would made good on his promise to highlight his hair Lovell blue. He said he would a second color, pink, because attendance was so high. Davis said he has been talking to the group about holding training sessions to teach local students how to do some of the featured elements of the HYPE per- formances. Students who receive training could then train other students and put on similar presenta- tions of their own locally to help more youth prepare for excellence. "Some kids out there may not think they have a talent," Davis said. "HYPE shows them they may not be good at one thing but they are good at some- thing. Training sessions could help them to find out what their talents are." Performances at local school assemblies stressed the importance of confi- dence and respect for oth- ersnd respect for elfhnd. The lessons were tfirown in with plenty of entertaining dances, skits and percus- sion performances. The performers are in their late teens or early 20s, Davis said. The HYPE program is based in Okla- homa. For more informa- tion visit www.gethype. info. electrifi Game and audiences Fish to HYPE performing artists performed at the Hyart Monday night and at area schools in the past two weeks. Pictured are (l-r) Mark Keller, Evan Lamar, Jerrell Banks and Cory Hall. Brian Zo!!er . the Rustic Shack Band Lovell Riders Auction March 27 7 pm * Byron Bar Any donated merchandise would be greatly appreciated. [  For more information contact Wayne Brost 272-2144, [  Teressa Chamber 548-7447, Mark Crumrine 548-9918, r r Brandy Tippetts 548-6192" Choose insurance from the home-grown company that has covered its Wyoming neighbors for more than 60 years. Call your local agent and see what's available for you. George Owens 1414 17th St. Cody , 307-527-7564. 800-851-2227  WWW.WYOMINGBLUE.COM meet in Thermop next Thursday AJ Montanez (left) and Nyckalas Harvey were musical puppets during HYPE's version of Bohemian Rhapsody at the Hyart Theater Monday night. HYPE performer Evan Lamar is the puppet master. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will meet March 11 in Ther- mopolis at the Days Inn Hot Springs Conference Center. The public meeting will begin at approximately 9 a.m. following an execu- tive session. Agenda items include a presentation by Horizon Wind on how the wind in- dustry has dealt with wild- life issues and an overview of a wild turkey mortality study in the Black Hills. Other agenda items in- clude a presentation by the Wyoming Outfitters and Guides Association on the impact of wolf reintroduc- tion on the ungulate pQpu- lations in northwest Wyo- ming. The commission will also be briefed on the situ- ation with the elk herds in hunt areas 50, 51 and 52 in the Sunlight Basin area northwest of Cody. In addition chief game warden Jay Lawson will give a presentation on the history of returning elk to the Big Horn Mountains in the early 1900s. A complete agenda is available on the Game and Fish Web site http:// gf.state.wy.us. Persons who require auxiliary aids to at- tend should contact Wanda Pomeroy at (307) 777-4501. An agenda is also available by contacting the Game and Fish at 307-777-4501. BRAD DEVEREAUX PHOTOS , 223 E. Main Lovell, WY 82uf31 CRIROPICTlC 307-5q8-9338 Proudly Presents .., Kids Day! Friday, March 5, 2010 8 am- I pm Bring your kids (ages 0-18) in for One free initial exam for new patients One free adjustment for existing patients  0, 5coliosis Check 21 Please call for an appoinrnenfl I Invitation to all members of Big Horn Rural Electric Company 71 st Annual Meeting Sat., March 13, 2010 Greybull High School Gym Company Reports will be presented. Registration- 9:45 a.m. Meeting - 11:00 a.m. Lunch - 12:00 p.m. l There will be: i Election for a Director in | District#2 District#3 I Your%uchstone Energy  Cooperative (b' ALso, there wiLL be great prizes and a GRAND PRIZE DRAWING for $250 credit on etectrtc bitt