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HeWs May 3, 2012 The Lovell Chronicle I 11 'Wizard of Oz' staged this week at RMHS BY DAVID PECK Students from both Rocky Mountain High School and Lovell High School will take the stage this week when RMHS presents "The Wizard of Oz" as the school's annual school musical. Directed by Eve- lyn Carter, Chris Banks, Mandie Asay and Spen- cer Clark, "The Wizard of Oz" will be staged tonight (Thursday) and again Sat- urday night in the RMHS Great Hall (commons area). The program begins at 6:30 each evening. Main characters in- clude: Dorothy - Mandee Leonhardt; Zeke/Coward- ly Lion - Dalton Banks; Hickory/Tin Man - Jake Loyning; Hunk/Scarecrow- Casey Banks; Aunt Em and Glinda - Sydney Tyacke; Uncle Henry - Michael Ber- nhisel; Miss Gultch/Wicked Witch - Meryk McArthur; and Professor Marvel/The Wizard - Randy Carter. Lorrie Brost is the ac- companist. 'New look' prom Saturday night in Lovell BY DAVID PECK The newly revamped junior-senior prom at Lovell' High -School: will take place Friday night with activities at the Lovell Community Center and the Hyart Theatre. The evening will be- gin with an optional ca- tered dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Lovell Commu- nity Center. According to junior class sponsor Bret George, the dinner - at $30 per couple - will feature a choice of prime rib, shrimp or chicken Alfredo, a salad, rolls, potato and red vel- vet cheesecake. There will also be a drink bar featur- ing Italian cream soda, fla- vored lemonade and ice tea. George said it will be a formal dinner including ta- ble service, and valet park- ing will be offered as cou- ples arrive. Volunteers are being organized by Matty Moody. The prom grand march will be held at the Hyart Theatre while the commu- nity center is being con- verted from a restaurant to a dance hall. The march will begin on the stage fol- lowing the movie at around 9 or 9:15 p.m., George said, adding that the public is welcome to attend. Included in the grand march will be the an- nouncement and crowning of the homecoming royal- ty. There will be no royalty dance on stage, however. A parade of vehicles with a police escort will take place at around 9:45 p.m., George said, taking couples from the Hyart to the community center. The street in front of the Hyart will be blocked off so par- ents can get more photos as the students emerge from the theater. The prom will last from 10 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the community center with music provided by Bret Savage. The 2012 theme is Roaring 20s. Pepsi has do- nated a fountain soda pop machine for the evening, George noted. An after-prom party will be held at the Victory Lanes bowling alley from 12:30 to 2:30 a.m. with free pizza and drinks and free bowling. Bryce Ward Jacob Asay Dalton Banks $ e Shay Kite Area students to attend prestigious American Legion conference BY PATTI CARPENTER Jacob Asay, Shay Kite, Kassidy Hetland and Hol- ly Wilkerson of Lovell High School and Dalton Banks and Bryce Ward of Rocky Mountain High School, have been selected to par- ticipate in the American Le- gion Boys State and Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary Girls State programs in June. Students selected for the program are high achievers academically and generally involved in many extracurricular activities. Asay, Hetland and Wilkerson of LHS are mem- bers of the National Honor Society. Hetland plays var- sity basketball and runs on the track team. Asay plays football and is on the wres- tling team. Wilkerson is a wrestling team manager: her school's team. Kite is a member of the LHS Dance Team and participated in Skills USA. Asay also par- ticipated in the Skills USA program. Rocky Mountain High School student Bryce Ward is a three-sport athlete in basketball, football and track. He sings with the choir and is a member of the National Honor Society. His fellow RMHS student Dalton Banks is Junior Class President and is ac- tive in his school's chapter of Future Business Lead- ers of America. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and sings in both the regular and jazz choir. The American Legion programs are designed to teach participating high school students how govern- ment works, while develop- ing leadership skills and an appreciation for their rights as a citizen. As a partici- pant in the program each student will have the op- portunity to run for office, learn public speaking, cre- ate and enforce laws and actively participate in all phases of creating and run- ning a working govern- ment. They will also have the opportunity to meet Gov. Matt Mead and other government leaders from the state. The Lovell boys are sponsored by the Ameri- can Legion Post No. 11 of Lovell this year. The Lovell girls are sponsored by the Lovell Civic Action Group. The Rocky boys are spon- sored by the American Le- gion of Powell. There are no girls attending from Rocky Mountain High School this year. Boys State has been a program of the Ameri- Holly Wilkerson and Kassidy Hetland can Legion since 1935. The girls program began a few years later, in 1935. The American Legion Boys and Girls State pro- grams expose participants to their rights, privileges, duties and responsibilities as a franchised citizen of the United States. The training activi- ties include legislative ses- sions, court proceedings, law enforcement presenta- tions, assemblies, bands, chorus and recreational programs. ' High school juniors are selected by local American Legion posts to attend the program and they are only offered the opportunity to attend once during their high school career. "Only kids who are quality citizens, leaders and who have good grades are considered for the pro- gram," said RMHS coun- selor Tim Jones. "It is a big honor for all those who were selected to attend." June 5 deadline for Enzi page position application U.S. Senator Mike Enzi is encouraging Wyo- ming juniors in high school to apply to be a Senate page for the fall session in Washington, DC. The deadline for fall applications is June 5. "The page program al- lows students to have a front row seat during de- bates in the U.S. Senate," Enzi said. "The program will provide experiences that participants will car- ry with them forever." Page duties consist primarily of delivering cor- respondence and legisla- tive material at the Capi- tol. Other duties include preparing the Senate chamber for sessions and carrying bills and amend- ments to the appropriate people on the Senate floor. Pages attend classes at the Senate page school until 9:45 a.m. and then work until 4 p.m. or un- til the Senate adjourns for the day. The Senate page school provides the neces- sary requisites for a junior year course of study. Fall page eligibility is limited to juniors in high school who will be 16 or 17 years old on or before the date of appointment. Ap- plicants must have a mini- mum grade point average of 3.0. Pages live in Webster Hall located near the Cap- itol and receive a stipend to cover the cost of the res- idence. Breakfast and din- ner are provided daily. The fall session runs from Sept. 10, 2012, to Jan. 25, 2013. Applications and additional information can be found by going to www. enzi.senate.gov. Further questions can be direct- ed to Dianne Kirkbride in Senator Enzi's Cheyenne office at 307-772-2477 or Dianne_Kirkbride@enzi. senate.gov. NWC team ? Three concerts in Lovell next week Three spring concerts are scheduled next week for Lovell schools. On Monday, May 7, the Lovell Middle School band and choir programs will join forces for a concert at 7 p.m. at the Lovell Community Center. Then on Tuesday, the high school band and choir programs will, likewise, stage a joint concert, also at 7 p.m. at the community center. The annual Lovell Ele- mentary School fourth- and fifth-grade concert will be held Thursday, May 10, at 7 p.m. at the Lovell High School gym. dominates Model United Nations Wyoming The Northwest Col- lege Model United Nations Team dominated the Wy- oming Model United Na- tions Conference hosted April 20-21 in Laramie by the University of Wyo- RMHS students attend art symposium BY PATTI CARPENTER Fifteen Rocky Moun- tain High School students i: ! attended the annual Wyo- ming State High School Art ............ Symposiurh held in Casper .......................................................... April 26-28. Jordan Arnold, Jesse Maletare and Jerry' Aagard took top honors for their projects. Arnold, a ninth-grader, took two blue ribbons for his paper mache "pike" fish and for his mixed media "elk art." Maletere won a blue ribbon for his paper mache "walleye" fish. The paper mache fish were part of a classroom project called "The Fish of Wyo- ming." Senior Jerry Aagard won a blue ribbon for a ta- ble and chair that he deco- rated with recycled materi- als and bright colored paint. Approximately 1,500 students, 105 high school art teachers and several colleges and art institute representatives participat- ed in the event. ming. Model UN is a pro- gram that helps students develop skills in writing, speaking, negotiating and critical thinking. Even though this is the first year NWC fielded a team, Northwest took 13 of the 37 awards it compet- ed for, leaving three high schools, three other com- munity colleges and UW to split the remaining 24. Every member of the Northwest team won at least one award, with sev- eral members winning multiple honors. The team further distinguished it- self as the only one with every member receiving an award. Tyler Hetland of Lovell won a Dais' Choice Award--a special recogni- tion by the chairs of her particular committee. At the two-day Lara- PATti CARPENTER mie event, the NWC team Jordan Arnold, Jesse Maletare and Jerry Aagard won blue ribbons for the of seven students compet- artwork they entered in the Wyoming State High School Art Symposium held ed against 131 others from in Casper last week. across the state. "It was a great expe- have done," said RMHS spired. Many are already Advertising deadline for the Lovell rience for the students art teacher Berta Newton. planning their projects for Chronicle is Tuesday at noon. to see what other artists "They came away so in- next year." ....... ,, .. : ....:: r,.,,, il" ' : , .... "i!:i[i|?Ii;]i i !r;]il : :1V ]"' ' -!r-lI]iit'!lillli!l:lll|lIIlB "