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CHRONICLE March 5, 2015 1 The Lovell Chronicle I 17 iiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iii ......................................................... : iiiiiii!i! ...................... iiiiiii Dally Malson waits patiently for barbecue at a student sponsored Wyoming Make-A-Wish Foundation School. another serving of fundraiser for the held at Lovell High Lovell High School FFA Chapter members served up a homestyle dinner on Feb. 10, with proceeds benefiting the Wyoming chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The students (l-r), Logan Nunn, FFA advisor Wil Zollman, Kincaid Johnston, Reece May, Masey Tippetts and Larissa Tippetts, served up the barbecue dinner complete with side dishes and dessert at the event. Nichole Wardell, Amanda special fundraising dinner Lovell High School on Feb. PATrI CARPENTER PHOTOS Allred and Savannah Jolley act as cashiers at a for the Wyoming Make-A-Wish Foundation held at 10. BY PA'I-FI CARPENTER The students at Lovell High School raised $6,411, which they plan to donate to the Wyoming chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The state chapter makes about 30 wishes a year come true for children in Wyoming who have serious, and oftentimes life-threatening, medical conditions. The effort was spearheaded by the school's student council and involved a number of events including a barbecue dinner, a 50/50 raffle, a silent auction of gift baskets, a bake sale and numerous student activities, including a wishing well competition, selling stars and other fun contests on campus. The students raised $952 from the barbecue dinner alone. The dinner, which was held on Feb. 10, was hosted by the school's FFA Club. The club's advisor Wil Zollman cooked the pulled pork for the event and students served the meal. Information about the Make-A-Wish program was also presented. According to student advisor Katie Hernandez, the state of Wyoming raises more donations for Make-A-Wish per capita than any other state in the nation. She said some schools have managed to raise as much as $80,000. She said the students at LES may host other activities but plans have not been finalized yet. Other on-campus clubs like the FCCLA and Skills USA also contributed to the ef- fort. The students will be recognized for their efforts at the Wyoming Association of Stu- dent Councils convention. + Brigham and Julie Davidson, Hopkin to wed March 14 Matthew and Marga- ret Davidson of Burlington have announced the mar- riage of their daughter Ju- lie Davidson to Brigham Brimhall Hopkin, son of Kirk and Angela Hopkin of Lovell. They will be married for time and all eternity in the Billings Montana Tem- ple on Saturday, March 14. Julie is attending Northwest College and Brigham is working. The couple plans to live in Lovell for the summer and then go to school in the fall. Byron News BY PAMELA CO77ENS diet consists of hot dogs, HO 41NSON bread, canned dog food and 307-272-8979 other left over bones, etc. pamhopkinson@gmail.com She is probably the best-fed dog in town or at least the Some of you may re- most often fed "stray." member my telling of the Over time she acquired story of the little black a shelter constructed of shaggy dog referred to as straw bales to keep the cold Girly, Blacky, Horse Dog of at bay. She had a few litters Byron and most likely other of pups, which were distrib- names I have not heard, uted among various folks. Her background is un-The last litter looked like known and her beginnings their poppa may have been here in Byron are sketchy, a Lab. They were the cutest The closest guess is that little pups you have ever she is about 12 years old. seen. Homes were found for Basically, she is a stray all. dog that became attached Debbie and Jon Wass- to a group of horses in a mer took home a frisky lit- field across from the old So- tle brown dog and named lon Cozzens home. She is a him Auggie. Debbie and self-appointed horse watch- Jon took the momma home er, always among the hors- to be with her baby dog and es, lying on the ground and recuperate after having her keeping alert for anything puppies weaned. She didn't unexpected, stick around long and broke Dennis Cozzenswas theloose of her collar to find first to bring her to my at- her way back to her hors- tention. He would take her es. So much for her mater- something to eat every day. nal instinct, which doesn't Then I found out that Deb- exist except for her horses. hie Wassmer had become a Though Horse Dog is cau- fan and would take her food tious and skittish, a few of also. A few others, who .be- her caretakers rounded her came self-appointed watch- up and took her to the vet ers of the watchdog, would for shots, a little grooming make sure she had food and neutering. She gets to added to dry dog food. Her go to the vet every spring COURTESY PHOTO A stray black dog, sometimes called 'Girly' or "horse dog" by Byron residents, guards a group of horses just outside of town. (courtesy of the Wassmers), where she has the burrs cut out of her shaggy collie-like coat. Her horses were moved last year to another pas- ture except for one old lone mare, which she watched over day and night. The mare soon died and the little horse dog stayed by her side for a few days un- til pickup was arranged for dates about Macey's recov- the horse. A small group of ery on Facebook a few times horses east of town became and we all are so grateful for her new home until they the miracles that modern were moved away and now medicine provides and also you will see this loyal little for the blessings as a result dog guarding a new group of many prayers on their of horses in the field on your behalf. right at the curve heading Macey is improving west into town. There is steadily and fidjusting to a ramshackle shelter still the hormone replacement standing at that field, and therapy that will take over inside a bed has been made for a pituitarygland that no with an old sleeping bag for longer does that job. We are warmth. At times you can all pulling for her complete barely see her lying in the recovery and the family's re- field. But, if you find the turn to Byron. horses, and look carefully, The George/Sanders she is among them faithful- family is a large one and sib- ly keeping watch, lings have stepped in to take over the family responsibili- *** ties that continue each day. This past week RachelThe community has jumped and Brett George took their in, as well, with willing 15-year-old daughter Mac- hands and concerned hearts. ey to the University of Utah Trying to wrap a family in Medical Center where she love usually translates to underwent brain surgery on food, which is actually a big Wednesday to remove a be- help to a large family. Many nign tumor on pituitary thanks were expressed yes- gland. I visited with her terday for the acts of service a few days before she had that have been provided. surgery. When needs arise, dif- "They will put a camera ferences are put aside and up one nostril and the surgi- our humanity takes a front cal tools up the other nostril seat as we scramble to help and remove the tumor," she others in need. That's what said, in simple terms, makes Byron a great place Rachel has posted up-to live. ORTHODONTIST Dr. Mathew A. Moss, DDS, MS Now Scheduling l),~tients in our New Lovell location .... ~ , Free Initial Exams ........... ~ Flexible, Interest-Free .... Payment Options 1-866-747-MOSS 1-307-587-9009 LOVELL POWELL CODY www.drmossortho.com ....... The Hall of Fame honors and recognizes individuals in our area who lead the transformation of our local economy. Deadline for nominations is March 17.. Nomination forms are . available at the Lovell Inc. 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