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www.LovellChronicle.com May 13, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 7 RMHS presents 'Man of La Mancha' BRAD DEWRRAUX PHOTOS Rocky Mountain's rendition of"Man of La Mancha" was held last week at the RMHS auditorium. Pictured are (l-r) Cannon Simmons, Casey Banks, Kirby Winland, Bill Despain, Melissa Iverson and Jessee Hernandez. The play was directed by Spencer Clark and Mandie Asay. Russell Roberts played Don Quixote as the lead in Rocky Mountain High School's production of "Man of La Mancha" last week. In this scene, Quixote snatches a basin from a barber at sword's point, believing it to be the Golden Helmet of Mambrino, which will make him invulnerable. 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. Q Sponsored in part by a grant from susan c. Komen cure. Community invited to Freedom Salute Ceremony The Yellow Ribbon pro- gram has announced the dates and times for the ll5th Fires Brigade Reinte- gration Event and Freedom Salute Ceremony. Community members are invited to join the sol- diers and their families of the ll5th Fires Brigade in honoring and awarding their service and sacrifice during their year-long de- ployment to Iraq and Ku- wait. The unit left in April of 2009 to conduct pre-mo- bilization training at Fort Hood, Texas, before making the journey to Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The mission of this unit was to conduct convoy security and escort missions throughout Ku- wait and Iraq. Reintegration events al- low soldiers, their families and community members to not only join together, but also learn how to work to- gether while creating a co- hesive community approach to a successful post-deploy- ment process. June 5, 2010 at 1 - 2:45 p.m., at Little America, 2800 West Lincolnway, in Cheyenne. June 6, 2010 at 1 2:45 p.m., at Douglas High School, 615 Hamilton Street, in Douglas. June 12, 2010 at 9 - 10:45 a.m., at Best West- ern, 260 Grandview Drive, in Lander. June 12, 2010 at i - 2:45 p.m., at Worland Commu- nity Complex Center, 1200 Culbertson Avenue, in Wor- land. June 13, 2010 at 9 - 10:45 a.m., at Clarion Inn, 2009 S. Douglas Hwy., in Gillette. June 13, 2010 at 1 - 2:45 p.m., at Holiday Inn, 1809 Sugarland Drive, in Sheri- dan. June 13, 2010 at 1 - 2:45 p.m., at Wolcott Galleria, 136 South Wolcott Street, in Casper. Community members interested in learning more about supporting the sol- diers returning from de- ployment are also invited to attend the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration discussion and benefits information fair after each Freedom Sa' lute at the same location. The fair will include ser- vice providers from nearly every program available for returning service mem- bers and their families. For more informa- tion, contact the Yellow Ribbon staff at (307) 772- 5457, or 866-992-7641 extension 5457, or at jeremy.a.sparks@ng.army. mil. ELECTION Continued from page U.S. Senate seat is up this year. Sen. John Barrasso's seat is up in 2012 (finish- ing the term left by the late Sen. Craig Thomas) and Sen. Mike Enzi's seat is up in 2014. At the state level, the announced retirement of Gov. Dave Freudenthal has left the governor's race wide open with four Republican candidates seeking that party's nomination - Rita Meyer, Matt Mead, Colin Simpson and Ron Micheli. Jim McBride is expect- ed to face challenges for his re-election bid as Wyo- ming State Superintendent of Public Instruction. With Meyer seeking the guberna- torial nomination the State Auditor race is wide open. Joe Meyer is seeking re-election to the office of State Treasurer and Max Maxfield is seeking re-elec- tion to office of Secretary of State. Locally, Sen. Ray Peter- son and Rep. Elaine Harvey have already pre-filed pa- perwork to seek re-election to their seats in the Wyo- ming Legislature. 1 Voters will also be de- ciding on whether to retain local judges including Cir- cuit Court Judge Thomas Harrington and District Court Judge Robert Skar. At the Supreme Court lev- el, Chief Justice Voigt and Justice Marilyn Kite are up for retention. Judges have until Aug. 2 to file for reten- tion. School, hospital and other special district board candidates will file in Au- gust and be elected in the November General Elec- tion. Visiting Physicians care AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ........................................... iiii i     i   i    :: i  !  i    i i:: :::;::::::::;:i::iiY::i :'. ::':. ....... i: ii :: ::  ..............................  ..........  ...................... : ................... i;  CARDIOLOGY Paul LaVeau, M.D. Call for dates 1-406-237-5555 or 1-866-862-6399 DERMATOLOGY (Skin) Philip Tallman, M.D. 1-406-294-9515 or 1-866-988-3376 Peter BMley, p 406-294-9515 or 1-866-988-3376 Second Monday Fourth Wedneday INTERNAL MEDICINE/ Christopher Lowther, M.D. First & Third Friday DISEASES OF THE SKIN 1-307-587-7000 NEUROLOGY Allen L. Gee, M.D.,Ph.D. Third Thursday 1-307-578-1985 ONCOLOGY Benjamin Marchello, M.D. Last Tuesday p.m. (Cancer) 1-800-648-6274 or 406-238-6290 OTOLARYNGOLOGY Brian Pelczar, M.D. Second Thursday (Ear, Nose, Throat) 406-238-6161 PSYCHIATRY Victoria Anderson, M.D. 3rd Monday 307-578-2283 SLEEP MEDICINE Thomas Thigpen, M.D., DLB.S.M. 866-476-6737 Call for dates UROLOGY Lawrence Klee, M.D. Once a month- Call for (Urinary Tract) 1-800-332-7156 or 406-238-2501 dates Richard Melzer, M.D. 1-800-332-7156 or 406-238-2500 Greg Stewart, M.D. 307-587-5131 David Chavez, M.D. 1-406-237-5400 - 1-800-648-6274 (Pediatric & Adult) Once a month- Call for dates Fourth Wednesday Third Monday VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Charlotte Deming, Counselor Every Wed. & Fri. 307-527-7174 NWC Nursing Bldg. Patients are seen at the Powell Valley Healthcare Speciaky Clinic, Building B, unless otherwise noted. Schedules subject to change. For more information call 754-2267 ext. 202