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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I April 1, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com BRAD DEVEllEAUX The Lovell FCCLA Chapter took home 11 medals from the 2010 state convention in Cheyenne last week. Pictured are (front row, l-r) Nie Martinez, Tiana O'Tremba, Jordan Frost, Olivia Paxton, Melissa Ellis, Christina Brightly, Heather Wilkerson, (back row, l-r) Katelyn Jewell, Amanda Thackeray, Mesa Matthews, Tessa Watson, and Ethan Rasmussen. Not pictured: Krystina Croft and Meryk MeArthur. FCCLA students win trip to nationals BY BRAD DEVEREAUX Local students traveled to Cheyenne for the 2010 Family, Career and Com- munity Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Convention last week. Members of the Lovell and Rocky Mountain FC- CLA chapters attended the convention March 23-26. The Lovell chapter came back with eight gold medals, two silvers and a bronze for the various proj- ects presented, according to chapter advisor Alana Thackeray. Results are as follows: Gold medals - Meryck McArthur, applied technol- ogy; Jordan Frost, applied technology; Mesa Mat- thews, focus on children; Nic Martinez, food inno- vations; Christina Bright- ly, food innovations; Tiana O'Tremba, interpersonal communications; Melissa Ellis, life event planning; Tessa Watson, recycle and redesign. Silver medals - Ethan Rasmussen, food innova- tions; Olivia Paxton, fash- ion construction. Bronze medals - Aman- da Thackeray, Melissa El- lis, Krystina Croft, chap- ter service display (team event). Also competing for Lovell were Heather Wilk- erson and Katelyn Jewell. Alana Thackeray said the competition was tough in Cheyenne, but the Lovell group did their best and competed well. "They represented our town very well," she said. Gold medal winners will go on to the national convention July 3-8 in Chi- cago, she said. ROCKY MOUNTAIN After not having a FC- CLA team for several years, Rocky Mountain High School organized a group of students to attend the state convention last week, ac- cording to advisor Debbie Bassett. Chapter president Stephanie Allred and ser- vice coordinator Rachel All- red presented projects on positive self-esteem and Martin Consuelos present- ed a project featuring Grizz trading cards. Bassett said FCCLA and the student council carried out the trad- ing card project. "They did well and got good experience for next year," Bassett said. "They learned a lot after not being there for a few years." Chamber tickets available Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Director Su- zanne Winterholler said this week that there are still plenty of tickets avail- able for next week's an- nual community banquet, but the deadline is fast ap- proaching. The Chamber will hold the community banquet on Friday, April 9, at the Lovell Community Center. A social hour begins at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. ARAMARK of North- west College will cater a meal consisting of oven- fried chicken and roast pork. Tickets are $28 each and may be reserved by calling Winterholler at 548-7552. The deadline for purchasing a ticket for the event is Tuesday, April 6. " Wyoming State Audi- tt and candidate for gover- nor Rata Meyer will be the keynote speaker, and the evening will also include the presentation of the out- standing citizen award and the outstanding educator awards for School Districts No. 1 and 2. Bret Savage will pro- vide music during the so- cial hour. Congressional reps in Lovell on Th Lrsclay, April 8 Staff representatives of U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso and U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis will hold office hours in Lovell next Thursday, April 8. Field representati- ves Karen McCreery, Ken- dall Hartman and Ryan McConnaughey will be available at the Lovell Town Hall, 336 Nevada Ave., from 4 to 5 p.m. Area residents are en- couraged to come discuss issues or present views, questions or concerns re- garding the federal govern- ment. The comments and concerns will be relayed Sp Sens. Enzi and' Barrass0 and Rap. Lummis. If residents are unable to attend but would like information or assistance, they may contact the follo- wing offices: Sen. Enzi's Cody office at 307-527-9444. Sen. Barrasso's Sheri- dan office at 307-672-6456. Rep. Lummis' Casper office at 307-261-6595. Terry Cahill Oct. 8, 1952 - March 22, 2010 Terry Cahill was killed in a tragic accident on Monday, March 22, 2010. He was born in Lovell Oct. 8, 1952. He lived in Alaska and Indiana, but the major- ity of his life was spent in Wyoming. He loved to go camping on the Big Horns and also enjoyed fishing, boating and watching NA- SCAR. He married his best friend, Cathy Rech, in March of 2006. They retired the following year to go see America in their new and spacious travel trailer. After the death of his wife in 2008, Terry re- turned to Lovell and lived with his mother to help care for her. He was work- ing for 4N Trucking at the time of his death. He is survived by his sons TR (Trudy) and Jer- emy (Judy), both of Princ- eton, Ind. and grandchil- dren Lane, Dusty, Colten and Shelby of Prince- ton; his mother, Afton, of Lovell; sisters Debbie Ca- hill of Austin, Texas, Pam Marchant of Wasilla, Alas- ka, Cindy (Mike) Sessions, of Wasilla, and Rhonda Ca- hill of Austin, Texas; broth- ers LeRoy (Kris) Cahill of Grosbeck, Texas, and Tim (Debbee) Cahill of Lovell; and many nieces and neph- ews. He was preceded in death by his father, Lloyd, and sister Rilda. The family of Terry Ca- hill would like to thank ev- eryone for the food, flowers, cards, kindness and many prayers on our behalf. Services were held Saturday, March 27, at Haskell Funeral Home with Bishop Bruce Wolsey officiating. Cremation has taken place. Rufus Philip Snell Aug. 2, 1921 - March 6, 2010 Rufus Philip Snell died Saturday, March 6, 2010, in his home surrounded by family. He was born Aug. 2, 1921, in Lovell, to Philip Hatton Snell and Alma Was- son. He spent his childhood and young adulthood learn- ing to work hard on the Snell Ranch between the Pryor Mountains and Big Horn Mountains. He served over- seasin the Army air Force during World War II. He married Lucy Howe April 25, 1952, in the LDS Salt Lake Temple. They made their home in Billings soon ar. Rufus worked 33 years at the Exxon refinery in Bill- ings. He rarely missed a day of work. One of his greatest plea- sures was taking family and friends to Dryhead in the Big Horn Mountains. He loved photography. His family got used to posing for the perfect shot or waiting for him to get just the right angle while va- cationing and camping. When his children mar- ried and moved to different states, he and Lucy would make the rounds to visit them every summer in their motor home. He and Lucy enjoyed square dancing for 40 years. Unfortunately, Rufus battled Alzheimer's disease in his later years, which eventually took his life. He is survived by his wife, Lucy Snell; brothers Jim W. Snell of Andrews, Texas and Ray W. Snell of Lovell; son Lynn; daugh- ters Colleen (David) Saxey, Cherie (David) Kavanaugh and Shirley (Jeff) Chan- dler; grandchildren Jeremy, Christopher, Jennifer and Melissa and great-grand- chitden Hinckle( :and Jo- siah.: .L,c. ,.!,.:  .;! He d preceded i death by his parenfand brother, Cecil W. Snell. His family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Rocky Mountain Hospice for the help they gave dur- ing Rufus' last few days. Graveside services with military rites were held at the Lovell Cemetery March 10. LoOVell Bible Chl 'c00h] rship Service  Prayer 7 a 19:0o am  Rex,. Kurt McNabb| [Sunday School ! 110:3o am 548-7390 I [Bible Lesson Loven I 6pm 8th & Jersey l ) Serving Northern .... -- tl]/. , Big Horn County I J " ' II lothodc,t  I Jl &h U / i' ," ' years I t / ' II at the corner of / I St. Joseph's " Catholic Church ; ........... '1141 Shoshone Ave.. Lovell, WY Sacrament of Confession: 4-5 pm Saturday Sacrifice of the Mass Sat.: 5:15 pm; Sun.: 9:30 am f} a, qJ ,a, mv, l,'a / a/ay,t'. dc, yv//J 86' Park & Shoshone, Lovell / J Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship ST. LUKE'S CHURCH Anglican Church in North America www.stlukescody.corn , LAc NCCAOM & State Licensed Acupuncturist Go'f Allerg;es? Borgstrand Clinic C0dy 587 6313 www.naet.com 5lh E-e Montana, 548-7127 Rez,. Christop/wr Brandt g:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod I I, WY theater hours, Starting Friday, Apdl 2, PG-13 7:15 every night 2 shows Fri. & Sat. 7:15 & 9:30 pm Matinee Sat. 8, Sun. 3:15 pm How to Train Your Startinc 2 *PG 7:00 eve night 2 shows Fd, &Sati 7 & 9:i5 pm Matinee Sat. & Sun. 3:00 pm Louell flssemblg of God Church 310 Idoho flee,, Loueil Servloes Sunday Sohool -- 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm www.LovellAssemblyofGod.org Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 Faith Southern Baptist . Church ....... ! ........ ,s/ 340 E. 3rd St. Lovell li Pastor Michael McKnight I 548-6561 !:::: Services: Sunday Sohool 9:48 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eva. Worship 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 prn I Martin Consuelos, ! I N North Big Horn Senior Center and North Big Horn County Public Health offices have been assured that one access (Great Western Ave. and/or 7th St.) to the Center will remain open at all times this summer during the water/sewer project. Please excuse the inconvenience, drive safely and we look forward phases! ii I I,: .... tO serving, you through the construction Northwest Rural Water District NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Board of Directors of the Northwest Rural Water District ("District") hereby gives notice that on Wednesday, the 7th day of April, 2010, at 9:45 a.m., a public hearing will be held with the Board of County Commissioners of Big Horn County on the question of inclusion of real property in Big Horn County into the District without election. The owners of the following listed properties have filed Petitions to have the designated properties included into the District, to-wit: Within Big Horn County: Parcel 1: A parcel of land located within Lot 71-C, T 56 N., R 96 W., 6th P.M., Big Horn County, Wyoming. ( 11.81 acres) Questions can be addressed to the Northwest Rural Water District, 920 13th Street, P.O. Box 2347. (kxly, WY 82414 or by calling the NRWD office at 307-527-4426. Jim Mcnt0ck, Secretary 548"7021www.hyarttheater.com DISNEY ALICE IN WOr00DERLAND Rated PG 108 minutes Friday, April 2, 7 prn Saturday, April 3 3&7 pm