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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 24, 2012 DAVID PECK Lovell Elementary School honored the winners of the school science fair last Tuesday, May 15, during the annual fourth-grade Wyoming history play. Winners include: (back row, l-r) Patti Sanders, Hannah Hawley, Mandy Lillard, Rabiah Khan, MeKenna Luna, Allie Burton, (front row) overall winner Merisa Collins, Richard Spann, Kirk McDougall and Thomas Hinckley. Pianist to perform at Lovell UMC Pianist John Nilsen will perform at the Unit- ed Methodist Church in Lovell on Saturday, June 2, at 3 p.m. Nilsen is the son of a Methodist pastor who re- cords music out of the Portland, Ore., area. He has 18 CDs to his credit. He performs through- out the United States reg- ularly and has also per- formed in Europe and Asia. He will be on a Mon- tana/Wyoming tour in early June. Nilsen's concerts in- clude folk, jazz and clas- sically woven composi- tions, he said, along with his own traditional hymn arrangements and stories of his life, family, careers, travels and the like. Guitarist Guthrie Thomas is credited with launching Nilsen's ca- reer 27 years ago, invit- ing Nilsen to record on his Eagle Records label in Los Angeles. He has per- formed with Jose Felici- ano, Jesse Colin Young, Pianist John Nilsen will perform at the United Methodist Church in lovell Saturday, June 2. David Foster, Alex De Grassi, Kenny G and oth- ers. There is no charge for the concert, but a free will offering will be taken. ,3()mmodities distribu :ion Friday The May USDA Commodities distri- bution is scheduled for Friday, May 25. Commodities may be picked up at St. John's Lutheran Church, 70 East 5 th St., Lovell. The distribution will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until noon. Volunteers will be distributing frozen chicken quarters, spaghetti sauce, spa- ghetti noodles, diced tomatoes, canned potatoes, canned green beans and some bonus items. Commodities distribution is income based. This means that a single person is eligible to receive commodities with up to $1,174 of monthly income. A couple may have up to $1,579 of monthly income. For each additional person, qualifying in- come increases by $406. A special cate- gory is used for the elderly or disabled. Maximum qualifying income for elderly or disabled individuals is $1,490 and a couple may have up to $2,004 of monthly income. The "elderly" classification ap- plies to "anyone age 50 or over." The Emergency Food Assistance Pro- gram (TEFAP) is available to all eligible people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap, within the quantities of USDA commodities avail- able. To inquire about eligibility or to vol- unteer to help with the distribution call Rev. Christopher Brandt at 548-7127. Canyon utility sites open The electric and water has been turned on since April 23 for the utility sites at Horseshoe Bend Campground in the Big- horn Canyon National Recreation Area and are available for public use. A utility fee of $15 per day will now apply.through the summer for the utility sites. Horseshoe Bend Campground has 58 camping sites available to the public on two loop roads with 19 of those sites hav- ing electric and water service. The remain- ing camping sites are primitive and remain free of charge. Horseshoe Bend Camp- ground frequently fills up during weekends in the summer months, especially the utili- ty sites. The campground is first come, first served with no reservations takerL  Campground regulations 'are posted in the campground and available at the pub- lic contact stations for the park. Call the park visitor center at 548-5406 for addi- tional information. I II L Obituaries Please submit obituaries to us via email: Icnews@ tctwest.net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming Submitting a photo? Minimum requirements for publication are: 3" across, 300 dpi, in jpeg format. rith Southern Baptist Church 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell Pastor Mi:;.a:/cKnight / Servlcee: Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 prn Wed. Bible Study 7 pm I Serving Nodhern n:t.d Big Horn county I ll Methodist  I'% I t Church Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 1@30 Lovell Worship AlLRegularLyPr/c/ ARTSUPPLIESq /  Powell t Office Supply J  265 N. Bent, Povell, WY 754-4145 .J ' Wlththisco.pon jIF Bibt, Ch.00] 00a"zse"ce fk Sunday School 'ib Rev" Kurt McNabb / 10:30 am  56 E. Main I Bible Lesson 1 Lovell I 6 pm J Louell flssembl9 of God Church 310 Ideho flue., Louell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Womhip -- 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 St. Joseph's ,A B,I Catholic Church ( 1 1141 ShoshoneAve. ' Lovel', WY IM I Sacrifice of the Mas. IltJL!!il Sunday at 11:30 am Reverend Glen Szczechowski ILL._ ) 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7.30 prn The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod MOVIE LINE 754-5133 Showtime g:OOpm or dark SHOWING May 26-29. Friday thru Monday THE THREE STOOGES Brim-In Rated PG CITY OF POWELL WATER SAFETY TRUCTOR CLASS May 29-June 2 9am-5pm Completion of the course will qualify the students to instruct American Red Cross lessons. at Powell Aquatic Center qk A AIr IkV POWELL AQU/kTIC CENTER PHIL HARSTON Died in Missoula, Mont. May 28, 2010 Born March 24, 1940 Phil Harston left many positive and memorial marks across many people's lives during his 71 years on this earth. So many of us appreciate those occasions when we personally walked with Phil. Colorful memories will forever be remembered by us all. Mustang Committee Meeting Tuesday, May 29 6:30 p.m. Big Horn Federal Meeting Room Next meetings will be June 5th and June z2th. 548-7021www. MARVEL The AVengers Rated PG-13 143 minutes Friday, May 25 7 pm Saturday, May 26 3&7pm through e, k