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lU~ Jill if a~l~llil~pall~itltlNmnlpan IUl~iLl~lOp~l|l IllUlII 6 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 6, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com DAVID Fhl~CX Lovell High School photography students who won awards at the State Art Symposium April 22-24 in Casper included: (front row, l-r) Katie Walker, Mason Fowler, Brandi Abraham, Nicole Emmett, (back row) Shantel Baldridge, Bailey Adey, Emma Kight, Natalie Watson and Danielle Reasch. DAvm PEcK Lovell High School art students who won awards at the State Art Symposium April 22-24 in Casper included: (front row, l-r) Kiana Fink, Maci May, Olivia Paxton, Nicole Emmett, (back row) Ben Cuch, ReeDawn Ohman, Ashton May, Kyle Wilkerson, Hanah Leonhardt and Peter Moncur. Adey Congressional nominee BY DAVID PECK Many local students brought home ribbons from the 42nd State Art Sym- posium held April 22-24 in Casper, including a rare Congressional Art Award nominee. Eighteen students from Lovell High School and four from Rocky Mountain High School received rib- bons for their work. More than 4,000 piec- es of student artwork from some 1,500 students were displayed at the Casper Events Center - the larg- est show of its kind in the United States, according to a Symposium press release. Senior Bailey Adey was a Congressional Art Award nominee for her photograph "Goodbye Blues." The Con- gressional Art Awards and nominees are selected annu- ally by independent judges from the Rocky Mountain Region. Only 24 outstanding pieces of two-dimensional artwork and 10-12 pieces of three-dimensional work are selected for nominations. Lovell art winners, un- der the instruction of Debo- rah May, included: Olivia Paxton - charcoal drawing entitled "Albert"; Nicole Emmett - charcoal drawing entitled "Audrey Hepburn" and oil painting entitled "Windmill"; Ben Cuch - pottery entitled "Spir- it"; Peter Moncur - charcoal drawing entitled "Ego Trip"; Hanah Leonhardt - mixed media entitled "The Gossip Tree"; Kiana Fink - pastel drawing entitled "Daisy"; Maci May - oil painting en- titled "Headed to the Hills" and charcoal drawing enti- tled "Fair Hill"; Kyle Wilk- erson - charcoal drawing entitled "Blood, Sweat and Tears"; ReeDawn Ohman - charcoal drawing entitled "Felo-De-Se Mas: Mass Self Destruction" and charcoal drawing entitled "Self Por- trait"; Ashten May - pas- tel drawing entitled "Inno- cence." Lovell photography win- ners from Digital Imaging II-III, under the instruction of Cindy Asay, included: Nicole Emmett - "First Time on the Ice," "Danger" and "On the Line"; Danielle Reasch - "Ice, Ice Baby"; Sh- antel Baldridge-"A Step into Color"; Katie Walker - "The Sky's the Limit," "Frosty Forenoon" and "The Eyes of a Child"; Emma Kight - "Drop In"; Bailey Adey - "Letting Go of the Past" and "Goodbye Blues," the Con- gressional Art Award nomi- nee; Mason Fowler - "Mid- way Sign"; Brandi Abraham - "Unlocked" and Natalie Watson- "Winter's Beauty." Rocky Mountain art win- ners, under the direction of Roberta Newton, included: Kellie Schmidt- "Shy Fairy"; Nyla DeSantis - "Rag Doll Dress"; Jerry Aa- gard - "My ABCs"; and Jake Bose - "Rolling Hills." BRAD D~WR~UX Rocky Mountain art students (l-r) Kellie Schmidt, Nyla DeSantis, Jerry Aagard and Jake Bose were honored with blue ribbon awards at the State Art Symposium. ! II BY BRAD DEVEREAUX After receiving the re- sults of an energy audit on North Big Horn Hospitaa and New Horizons Care Cen- ter, it was bittersweet news, but good news nonetheless. Johnson Controls met with CEO Rick Schroeder this month to tell him that not a lot of work can be done on the facility to improve effi- ciency because most of the equipment and building sys- tems are already efficient. "Lights, the cooling tow- er, and some other things we had already done," Schroeder said. "It's nice to see we're already doing what we can. On the oth- er hand, it's disappointing there's nothing we can do to be more efficient." Schroeder said the con- sultants said the facility could replace windows at a cost of $300,000, but they didn't strongly recommend the action because it would take about 20 years to pay for the investment through energy savings. In other hospital news: *Plans for the Evening With Friends event are fi- nalized and tickets are available from foundation board members, Janet Ko- ritnik reported in a written statement. oThe NBHH Founda- tion recently received a grant from the Wyoming af- filiate of the Susan G. Ko- men Breast Cancer Foun- dation in the amount of 23,821 that will fund ]breast cancer screening and education, Koritnik report- ed. Automated drug dis- pensing cabinets were ready to be used as of this week, Schroeder reported. Human Resources Di- rector Barb Shumway said the hospital is currently ad- vertising for housekeepers, CNAs and RNs. The turn- over rate in March was one percent, she said. Shumway said she has been talking to two physi- cians that may be interest- ed in working at the facili- ty. One physician would be available in late 2010 and the other would be avail- able in June 2011, she said. Kyle Gee of the Bill- ings Clinic reminded the board of the Billings Clin- ic's affiliate trustee confer- ence Thursday, May 13. He said the CEO, board mem- bers and management team is invited for educational oppurtunities and to meet with other affiliates of the Billings Clinic. *Daphne Hartman said she would bring a pre- liminary budget before the board at the next hospital board meeting. *The board approved placing three mills on the November 2010 ballot. for your I usiness over t, he past, 15 years! Mike & Marianne Grant, Aspen Printing e Construction has forced a new temporary route to Big Horn Engraving & Sign ,., From Lovell's Main Street, turn south on Kansas, right on 8th St. and enter the Legacy Subdivision. Park behind our building and signs will help you the rest of the way.t :~. ~= ~,,,'- ~,~ ~,,~ ~.,,.~ ~ n n ~ w~..... ~ e.a 320 W. 7th St. * Lovell, WY * 548-7136 In last week's Chron- icle there was an article about ET3 James Burn- ham and his recent return from a six-month deploy- ment. The information was contained in a press release sent out by the USS San Juan (SSN 751) to the hometown newspa- pers of all of her crewmem- bers. Burnham, grandson of retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Kenneth M. Badget and Diane Badget of Cowley, is currently stationed on board that nuclear subma- rine. However, at the time of the deployment outlined in the press release Burn- ham was not yet a crew- member of the USS San Juan. He did not report for duty until the latter part of December, 2009. BU/ am and the Badgers prohd' be part of s~gh a fine example of US Naval strength but the family thought it was important to correct the story. WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE PROGRAM Join us at a special program and lunch for women ages 20 to 50 on "Women's Health Issues." Mary Freund, NP-C will talk about the importance of breast health, clinical breast exams, mammograms and other women's health issues. Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. and is provided by North Big Horn Hospital District. Take this opportunity to learn about the District's new Digital Mammogram Machine. Sponsored in part by a grant from suson Komen )