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2 J The Lovell Chronicle J March 7, 2013 Develop, Energize, Act An insert in this week's newspaper is"see if we can make them happen," Tay- asking people to put their thinking caps on lor said. "All ideas will be kept confiden- for the betterment of their community, tial, unless a person grants permission to The IDEA Center based out of the share the idea. Once a person submits an Third Street Business Incubator in Lovell idea, Lovell, Inc. works with the person on is in the process of gathering ideas from a four-step process to take the idea to its citizens on projects, businesses, events or natural conclusion. anything else that comes to mind to ira-The first step is Imagine, which is the prove the communities in Big Horn County. basic idea in its raw form. This can be an "We all have ideas of some sort or an- idea for a new business, an improvement to other - big ideas, little ideas and all sizes the community, a new event or perhaps a in between and sharing those ideas could new or improved way of doing something. be the best way to help our communities The second step is to Develop the idea grow and prosper," Lovell Inc. Director Sue by asking questions and learning more Taylor said. Taylor has been working with about the idea and its possible potential. most of the communities in the county for The third step is to Energize the idea with several months now. human resources or financial resources, "A proven strategy to growing rural and the final step in the process is to Act communities is to build from the inside out on the idea. - using the strengths and assets already"Lovell, Inc. has created a simple form present to improve, innovate and grow," and starting point to help you get that re- Taylor said. "By harnessing the power of ally great idea out of your head and start the people living in the area and finding putting it into action," Taylor said. "Please ways to put their ideas into motion, we will see the insert in today's paper for further have a stronger, more vibrant place to live, details. work, and play." "We can only begin to imagine where The newly formed IDEA Center - your idea can take us. Remember, ideas go "Imagine, Develop, Energize, Act" -- at nowhere if they stay in your head." the Third Street Business Incubator is For further information about the designed to be a place where people can IDEA Center, contact Lovell, Inc. at 548- sit down and talk about their ideas and 6707 or lovellinc@tctwest.net. USlClans win Lane Hoover, Brock Welch, Kane Padilla, Porter Nich- ols, Logan Hitz and Jason Harford singing "Folk Song Critters" and the foursome of Khan, Mickelson, Asay and Grant singing "Can You Hear Me?" Individuals receiving BY DAVID PECK Lovell Middle School music teachers Linnea Dickson and Jessica Sch- reiner last week reported many high scores from the Showalter Middle School Music Festival held Satur- day, Feb. 9, in Powell. Choir director Dickson grades of I-plus were Khan with her soprano solo and Asay with an alto solo. Receiving a grade of I were Lily Jones, Nata- lia Jolley, Reece May, Lo- gan Hitz, Jacob Grant, Paige Bischoff, Brock Welch, Kane Padilla, Por- said students were judged in three vocal rooms, and an outstanding musician was named in each room, then asked to sing in an af- ternoon concert. Lovell had three stu- dents or groups represent plus were Brittany Man- gus, Kayla Johnston and Grace Edwards. BAND RESULTS Band director Schrein- er reported the following band results: Sixth-grade band - Meyja McArthur, I-, xylo- phone; Grace Edwards, II, trumpet; Zachary Abra- ham, Brandon Holzer and Jacob Grant, I, baritone trio; Paige Bischoff, Grace Edwards and Mikel May, I, trumpet trio; Carter Krei, Jordan Vasquez and Ethan 9 The wrestling pho- to printed in last week's Chronicle of Hyrum Hop- kin battling Wyatt Hage- man of Lingle at the state wrestling tournament was actually taken by MaKen- zie Beck, not Nathan Oster, as written. Both MaKenzie and Nathan took photos at the tournament. Kay Edward Sigrnon, 72, of Cowley died last week at his home in Cowley. Cremation has taken place and services will be held at a later date. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.haskellfuneralhome. com. Katrina Twitchell, I, flute- clarinet trio. Seventh-eighth-grade band - Shelby Wardell, I, snare drum; Mikkel Mc- Intosh, Emily Snell and Shelby Wardell, II, bari- tone-clarinet-snare drum trio; Logan Nunn, I-, snare drum; Will Lillard, II, trumpet; Antonio Garza, II+, trumpet; Nathan Beal, II, trumpet; Emily Snell, II, clarinet; Dakota Work- man, II, tenor saxophone; Aly Schneider, II+, clari- net; Kyle Burton, I-. trum- pet; Ben Cornia, I, tuba; Fred Aug. 11, 1916- Feb. Fred "Fritz" Fink was born on Aug. 11, 1916, in Powell. He was one of nine children of Carl and Ame- lia Fink. He spent his boy, hood on the family farm in Lovell, where they raised sugar beets, beans and grain. Fred served in the National Guard and was ac- tivated during World War II. He was a staff sergeant in the Powder River Mecha- nized Cavalry Division. During those war years, he visited relatives in Chi- cago and met Emily "Mick- ey" Schweigerdt. They were quickly drawn to each other and fell in love. They were married on June 22, 1946, at Eden Church in Chica- go. The Schweigerdt fami- 'Fritz' Fink 23, 2013 He thoroughly enjoyed his new home and made many new friends there. He was proud to have his apart- ment shown as the "model" to any future residents. ly welcomed Fred into their Fred was active at family and he became a Eden Church, where he true brother to all of them. Fred worked at Ohmite Corp. in Lincolnwood, Ill., for 38 years, retiring from there in 1984. His married life of 53~ years to Mickey was very special. They were true soul mates, even to the very end of Mickey's life when she smiled at him with her last breath. Fred will be remem- bered as a kind and gen- tle man, as honest as the day is long. He was blessed with a wonderful sense of humor which immediately would put everyone at ease. It didn't take long for him to be your friend, and then you had a friend for life. He was especially drawn to children, and they to him. Fred loved the out-of- doors. At any time of year, in all kinds of weather, he found something to do out- side. His garden was beau- tiful, the envy of the entire neighborhood. A few years ago, Fred felt that it was too much work to keep his house was a long-time member. Besides being regular in at- tendance, he volunteered whenever and wherever needed. He was a true "Son" of Eden. After he moved to his new home, and while worshiping with his new friends, he found a second "home" church. There, he found comfort and content- ment and didn't have to worry about driving. Fred died peacefully on Feb. 23, 2013. He was pre- ceded in death by his be- loved wife Mickey, his par- ents Carl and Amelia Fink, brothers Carl, William, Alec and Albert, and sisters Amelia Clem, Katherine Wegner and Sophie Winter- holler. Left to mourn is his sister Elizabeth Fiechtner and many nieces and nephews. An interesting memo- ry Fred had was the Bible verse given to him at his confirmation. It is found in Psalms 37, verse 5. "Com- mit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act." It proved to be the per- their school at the con- ter Nichols, Hunter Steen- Hessenthaler, I, saxo- Sierra Wilkerson, I-, clari- and garden the way he fect blessing to have been cert. Amirah Khan was ..... b~ckers, Brenden Lund- phone/snare drum trio; net; Kaitlyn Mickelson, I, would have liked, and he given ~to Fred on his,confir- judged top in her room and berg, Alea Mayes, Harlee Paige Bischoff, I, trumpet; saxophone; Jazmyn See, decided to move to an in-, ma.tioncJand he t. red _ taat sang "Little Maid of Ar- cadee" by Gilbert and Sul- livan. Also winning their room was the ensemble of Khan, Kaitlyn Mickel- son, Kaitlyn Grant, Emilee Asay, Delanee Miller, Ken- dal Rasmussen, Jazmyn See, Whitney Luna, Mady- son Jones, Trysa Flood and Brittany Mangus, singing "In You I Found" by Laura Farnell. Emilee Asay received an honorable mention and was asked to sing her piece "The Skye Boat Song" by Dave and Jean Perry. Ensembles receiving a I (superior) included the 'You I Found" group list- ed above, the group con- sisting of Kirra Wilkerson, Brenden Lundberg, Talon Grant, Lily Jones, Natalia Jolley and Brianna Rivera singing "Give Me a Kite," the group of Reece May, Wolsey, Kaylee Englert, Mikel May, I-, trumpet( I-, flute; Ana Nicholson, dependent living facility, verse throughouthislife. :, Sable Angell, Rylie Kan- Stormi Buster, I, snare I, trombone; Porter Nich- nard, Miranda Iverson, drum; Alea Mayes, I, trum' ols, II, trombone; Han- Please submit obituaries to us via email: Trysa Flood, Jazmyn See, pet; Matt Savage, II, trum- nah Sawaya, II+, flute; Icnews@tctwest.net; fax:30?-548-2218; or Whitney Luna, Maddison pet; Karlee Burton, Andrea and Jessica Caldwell, I, bring to our office at 234 E. lain St., Lovell, Wyoming Bryson, Mya Meier, Ali Monterdean and Tylee Bas- clarinet .......... ,,,,, ..... Schneider, Katie Robert- sett, II, saxophone-flute son, Delanee Miller, Mady- trio; Paige Bischoff, Justan [The Bible Chl/ ch ] I Foith Southern Baptist I n I son Jones, Kendal Rasmus-Angal, Hunter Steenbak- Church _&_l I ..... I sen, Samantha Newman, kers and Jack Steed, I-, .Wo.s.,.erv,oo TI IBig i/: I DarynAllred, Bailey Mitch-trumpet, saxophone, snare I $to MichaelMcKnight)l m - _ m I I i ;:::: i ell, Kaitlyn Mickelson and drum, trombone;TyleeBas- ml0:30am i I Servmce~: Sunday School S:45 am I m m mBibleLesson ~ Lovellm i Mom. Womhlp11 am. Eve. WorshlpCpm i l m li.a ec et,, .e I I I I ........... _ m Receiving a grade of II- {J O A T/~ Big Horn County Louell MuBT YOUR LOOAL /I Y.,,d A flssemblg iFOOD PRODUCERS! i Catholic Church /~ ~,d~J,t | 11 .Ill of Cod 1141 ShoshoneAve., Lovell .. _ I Meet loo producers I ' ' years m cnurcn ~ i and I Sacrifice of..tthe Mass ii~ (/ at the corner of 310 '" "" , t0" I Learn about their I ~k~.t Pa rk&Sh oshone, Lovell SundaY-l:30 am 9:15am Bible Study "~ Pastor Paula Morse Sunday Schoel -- 9:45 am,e ,0e, I products I ThursdaY1-2 noon Wednesday 10:30 am Worship ServiceService 7:30 pm k '~ Church: 548-7478 Sunday orning Night Worehlp .. 6:30 " 10:50 pm am Im 7, Met" "' " " me Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm m 6 p.=. m ] 8:30 Deaver Worship Reverend C~i~Lto~~ (~.~om~f. ~ 10:30 Love, Worship Rev. Dan Jarvis | Ho~ co. ~ox = m Glenn Whewell r~ Luth.r~n C,urc,-Missour~ synod / 548-7105 m Lo.U m I I THIS NEWSPAPER ALWAYS STRIVES FOR ACCURACY AND FAIRNESS. 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