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www.LovellChronicle.com PEOPLE May 26, 2011 I The Lovell Chronicle ] 15 COURTESY PHOTOS The LHS band poses for a group shot at Elitch Gardens. Pictured (back row, l-r) are Dane Mickelson, Peter Moncur, Derek Phelps, Nic Martinez, Morgan May, Calin McArthur, McKayan May, (middle row) Hunter Hinckley, Jacob Mayes, Sage Whicker, Ross Hammond (front) Meryk McArthur, Natalie Watson, Traci Averett, Mesa Matthews, Brianna Harvey, Camille Ohman, Madison Tippetts, Nikki Emmett. LHS band competes at Elitch Gardens Left, Band Director Dane Mickelson shakes hands with judge Michael Embry at the Elitch Gardens Music Festival May 6 in Denver. The Lovell High School band received scores of 90 and 93 to top the field of nearly 30 music groups competing. The band played for judges Friday and spent Saturday having fun in the park. Gone But Not Forgotten program lives on Now is the time of year when the Lovell Senior Center makes plans to pay their respects to the peo- ple in the community who have died in the past cal- endar year. They always plan it in conjunction with Memorial Day when many people remember all those they have loved and lost. A "Gone But Not For- gotten" ad this week lists all those who have died be- tween the dates of May 14, 2010 and May 13, 2011. The goal is to acknowledge the value each person had in our community and how much each will be missed. Their slogan is: "Wher- ever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories." This ad is appearing in this week's edition of The Lovell Chronicle. Please look for it. Power restored to 580 users after short outage Tuesday An equipment failure caused a power outage for 579 Rocky Mountain Pow- er customers in the Caw- ley area Tuesday morning, according to a company spokesman. The outage be- gan at 9:13 a.m. and power was restored to all affected customers by 4:50 p.m. Janelle Workman Workman to LDS mission Janelle Dione Work- man, daughter of Stacey and Aaron Workman of Lovell, has been called to serve an eighteen-month mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Janelle will be go- ing to the Russia Moscow Mission, which encompass- es the city of Moscow, with a population of over seven million people. She entered the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, on May 18, and she will re- main there for approxi- mately ten weeks learning Russian, before leaving for Moscow. Janelle said that she has had some experi- ence with the language be- cause she took a class in Russian when she was in high school. Cowley news Bendixen leaves town for Marine Corps DRUE TEBBS-MEEK 548-6901 Jim and Clara Smith McDermott, former resi- dents of Cowley, now of St. George, Utah, recently held a backyard barbeque at their beautiful Twin Ponds Estate for former residents of Cowley, Lovell and Byron. The grounds were beautiful with the roses and plants of red, yellow and blue flowers in full bloom. Attending the party were: Pat 'and Sidney Tebbs Whalen, formerly of Cowley (Sid is my sister); Bob and Faye Olson, formerly of By- ron; Merrill and Mary Al- ice Tebbs-Moncur (Merrill grew up in Lovell and Mary is the daughter of the late Cal and Reba Marchant Tebbs); Terry and Jo Tebbs (Terry is the son of Cal and Reba Tebbs and was known in the 1950s as "Terrible Terry" when he played col- lege ball for BYU); Darwin and Joanne Norton John- son (Joanne was raised in Cowley and Darwin in By- ron); Melvin Smith (Clara's brother and the son of the late Heman and Edetha Smith); Jerry and Terry Welch Brown (Terry is the daughter of the late Charles and Brew Godfrey Welch); Don and Gloria Black Tew, both raised in Lovell; Ken and Lizzie Peterson and Ken's sons, Rob and Ren (Ken is the son of Le- Rose and the late Dee Ray Peterson); Joy Marchant Bloom (Joy is the sister of Lou Wilson); Jeff and Val Tebbs (Jeff is the brother of Mary Alice and Terry Tebbs) and Gordon and Su- zanne Christensen Hansen (Suzanne is the daughter of the late Vic and Charl- sie Christensen and Gordon is Marilyn Dover's brother and was raised in Lovell). This group of people who live in St. George have a great time with one anoth- er, have a lot in common with their heritages and living style and get togeth- er often. This week has been graduation time for Rocky Mountain High School and Lovell High School seniors. What a week it was: par- ties, dinners, open houses and an all-night celebration for the graduates. This year seems especially poignant for Lovell and Cowley par- ents and grandparents, be- cause many seniors are leaving as the last child and we will experience the emp- ty nest syndrome. Some of us are already quite anx- ious about the situation even though we are proud of our children and grand- children and want them to move on, but hesitate for them to move out. It will be an adjustment for young and older. -JC Bendixen, son of Wayne and Charlene Ben- dixen and Karen Stevens of Powell, recently left Cow- ley and joined the Marine Corps. JC is not only an ex- ceptional endearing young man, but he is exception- ally tall, at least 6' 7" with a broad body. When he left, he went to Butte, Mont., then left from there to ba- sic training in San Diego, Calif., until at least August. He contacted his dad and said the training was hard, but he is doing the best he can and expects to survive. JC grew up in Cowley and graduated from Rocky Mountain. During the sum- mers he worked for the Town of Cowley. When he was 21, he served a mis- sion for the LDS Church in Hawaii for two years, and again worked for the Town of Cowley upon returning from his successful mission. He has a strong work ethic and is a fine, quiet humble person who has drive and has a dream for his future. We are proud of JC and congratulate him on his many successes in life thus far, and wish him determi- nation and strength and our support as he begins to serve our country. JC's grandmother, Marge Stevens, and his uncle, Rollin, visited with Marge's son Bart and Sha- ron and their five sons in Sidney, Mont. last week. Bart is the bishop of the Sidney Ward and he and his large family enjoy Mon- tana. Marge said the wind blew, but there was lit- tle rain last week and the roads were clear and they enjoyed themselves a great deal. Andrea Whitaker UW graduate Andrea Allred Whitak- er graduated from the Uni- versity of Wyoming May 9, with honors. She received her Master of Science De- gree in speech language pathology. She was a 2005 Lovell High School graduate. She is the daughter of Ran- dy and Chandel Allred of Lovell. North Big Horn Clinic will be closed 1200,r00pr00 Monday, May 30 trJ ,/ . L ! .... m observance of Memorial Day. CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? De. GREGORY STEWART ] UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOMINGy PC 1 Specializing in the "no needle/no scapel technique." ll ] 15 minute office procedure,  Frequently done on Friday with the possibility of back to light-duty work on Monday. _ 3! Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. ur. egory [ewar t Clinics held in Powell Basin - Big Horn Clinic Greybull - Midway Clinic Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Has*pital. VA patients accepted with prior approval. ZZS W. YeLLOWSTONe Ave., Sune 9 CooY, WY To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 Big' 00lorn,,o00osp,00tal0000.storict ORTHOPEDICS Whitney Robinson, M.D. June 17 1-800-332-7156 UROLOGY Richard Melzer, M.D. June. 7 1-800-332-7156 NEUROLOGY Allen Gee, M.D. June 2 307-578-1985. DERMATOLOGY ORTHOPEDICS Jimmie Biles, M.D. June 22 1-877-372-4537 PODIATRY D. Hugh Fraser, D.P.M. June 1 & 16 1-888-950-9191 CARDIOLOGY Robert Zirpoli, M.D. June 14 1-406-238-2000 FOOTCLINIC 548-5226 for appt. & info. $10 initial visit, $7.50 follow-up Please use the clinician's phone number as listed to schedule an appointment. ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT the North Big Horn Hospital and New Horizons Care Center provide services to persons utilizing the facilities without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion or handicap. www.nbhh.com 0UTSTANDING CARE, RIGHT HERE. St. Vincent Healthcare offers indi' idualied elth ,;are for a(lul with same day or next day service. individualized health care for adults, To schedule an appointment with one of our providers, call 307-578-1800. RICHARD ANDERSON, MD HASSAN TABRIZI, MD ROBERT WHITE, DO ANDREA LAFLEUR, PA St.Vincent Healthcare 720 Lindsay Lane, Suite A Cody, Wyoming www.svh-mt.org i J