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14 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 30, 2019 to The Big Horn Basin ation, develop new recre-stakeholders, business Outdoor Recreation Collab- ation opportunities and owners and outdoor recre- orative is scheduled to meet create a. plan to enhance ation interest groups. Saturday, June 1, from 9 a.m. the Big Horn Basin's recre-The Wyoming Outdoor to 12:30 p.m. at the Big Horn ation-based economy and Recreation Office and Wy- County Library in Basin. quality of life. oming State Parks are fa- The Collaborative con- The Collaborative con- cilitating the discussions tinues to explore ways tosists of citizens, local, state and helping to inform mem- romote outdoor recre- and federal government bers of potential funding resources to support their initiatives. The meeting is open to the public and comment is welcomed at 12:15 p.m. For more information contact Brooks Jordan at 307-431- 9921 or brooks.jordan@wyo. gov. Members of the Big Horn County 4-H livestock judging team are (back, l-r) Chelsi Green, Davi Lewis and Gretty Gasvoda, (front) Payton Bischoff, Addisyn Perkins and Hadley Johnson. COURTESY PHOTO Frost, Cambree Miller, Kort BY GRETCHEN K. GASVODA The opportunities are endless for 4-H members if they choose to get in- volved. Gretty traveled to Spanish Fork, Utah, May 8-12 for Intermountain Livestock Judges' Train- ing with seven 4-H mem- bers. The training is de- signed to help improve selection, evaluation skills, current terminolo- reason skills. The skills and knowledge were uti- lized on the last day of training with a 307 Se- ries Livestock Judging competition. Big Horn County was represented well with all ages and stages of youth judging. The skills and knowledge the kids gain after each opportunity is priceless. I couldn't be proud- er of the kids. The excite- ment of learning, being a team, supporting each other and representing our county is amazing. The learning didn't stop at the end of the contest. A venture north to Logan, Utah, to vis- it Gossner Cheese Fac- tory, Utah State Univer- sity Dairy and Utah State It is fun to watch the kids cling to their own per- sonal favorite species. LEADER'S COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP It is a bittersweet time for 4-H leaders as gradu- ation nears. 4-H mem- bers become extended and chosen family mem- bers. It is an exciting time to witness and encourage the seniors to continue gy and oral reason skills.Addisyn Perkins South Farm topped off to grow and be success- Our youth were ex- (Lovell) captured third in the trip. Witnessing up to ful in their next adven- cited to work with Un!-Jr Beef and ninth Over-date technology at Caine ture. Congratulations to versity of Wyoming s all Junior, Kort Lew- Dairy with robots doingSterling Foss, member Livestock Judging coach, is (Manderson/Wor!and): the milking: was intrigu- of the Paintrock Punch, Caleb Boardman, and hiswas second in Intermedi- ingi Of course, the kids ers 4-H club, and Mor- collegiate livestock judg' ate Sheep, Hadley J0h'n- loved :visiting the college gan Haley, member of the ing members. The youth son (Thermopolis) thirdfarm, seeing the variety Shell Rough Riders 4-H spent 1V2 days evaluat-in Intermediate Beef and of breeds of sheep and club, both earning the Big ing classes of multiplefifth Overall Intermedi- goats, getting to play with Horn County 4-H Lead- species of goats, cattle, ate, Chelsi Green first in the lambs and kids and, of er's Council Scholarship. sheep and hogs, in ad- Sr Beef and eighth Over- course, the pig barn was Congratulations to all the dition to practicing oral all Senior. loved by my swine kids 2019 seniors. Reclamation snowmelt forecast for Big Horn River Basin The Bureau of Recla- mation's May forecast of the April through July run- Off predicted for the Big falo Bill Reservoir is fore- cast at 770,000 af, which is 105 percent of the 30-year average of 734,600 af. Ap- proximately 56,200 af of the forecast volume was Horn Basin is as follows: Big Horn Lake - Big Bull Lake Reservoir - April through July snow- melt runoff into Bull Lake Reservoir from Bull Lake Creek is expected to be 140,000 af, which is 98 percent of the 30-year av- erage of 143,200 aft Ap- fPorOXimately 6,400 af of the recast volume was ac- Horn River 'April through accumulated during April, July inflow to Big Horn which is 120 percent of the Lake is forecast to be ap- April average. proximately 1,037,100 Boysen Reservoir - acre-feet (af), which is 85 Wind River April throughcumulated during April, percent of the 30-year av- July inflow to Boysen which is 153 percent of the erage of 1,221,200 af. Ap- Reservoir is forecast atApril average. proximately 185,500 af of 575,000 af, which is 95 Wind River - April the forecast volume was percent of the 30-year av- through July snowmelt accumulated during April, erage of 603,300 af. Ap-runoff into the Wind Riv- which iS 109 percent of the proximately 65,10'0 af of er above Bull Lake Creek April average, the forecast volume was is expected to be 435,000 Buffalo Bill Reservoir accumulated during April, af, which is 100 percent - Shoshone River April which is 132 percent of the of the 30-year average of through July inflow to Buf- April average. 435,000 af. Approximate- ly 32,900. af of the fore- cast volume was accumu- lated during April, which is 132 percent of the April average. An acre-foot is the amount of water needed to cover one acre (43,560 square feet) one foot deep (325,851 gallons or 1,233.5 cubic meters). For additional infor- mation on Buffalo Bill, Boysen and Bull Lake res- ervoirs contact Wyoming Area Manager Carlie Ron- ca at 307-261-5671. For ad- ditional information on Big Horn Lake contact Mon- tana Area Manager Steve Davies at 406-247-7298. C ll 3o7 548 22 7 LHS announces scholarships and awards for 2018-2019 Scholarships an- nounced at Lovell High School graduation on May 20, 2019, were: ZACHARY ABRAHAM -- GI Bill: U.S. Army, Roger and Carolyn Kearns Engineering Scholarship: NWC, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; MaKenna Adey -- Big Horn Rural Electric Association Scholarship, Communication Academic Scholarship: NWC, Trapper Scholarship, Wyoming Scholars Award: UW, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; HELENA AHLBHAND -- Hathaway Merit Scholarship; JUSTAN ANGAL -- Montgomery GI Bill: U.S. Army, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; TYLEE BASSET[ -- Amy Tippetts Wright Memorial Scholarship, Bill and JoAnna Price Scholarship: NWC, Lovell Bulldog Booster Club Scholarship, North Big Horn County School District #2 ROCES Scholarship, Parents of the Blue Jackets Scholarship, Vera Asay Sargent Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; PAIGE BISCHOFF -- Big Horn County Farm Bureau Scholarship, Byron Lion's Club Scholarship, Delmar Frank Somer Jr. Memorial Scholarship, GEAR UP Opportunity Scholarship, Lovell Area Chamber of Com- merce Scholarship, Student Ambassador Scholarship: CWC, TCT Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; KARLEE BURTON -- Chat and Joy Lindsay Memorial Scholarship, Marigold Saunders scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; MEGAN CORNIA i ACC/CETCO Scholarship, Wyoming Girls State Scholarship-Sheridan College, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholar- ship; ALEXIS DELACRUZ -- Hathaway Merit Scholarship; Grace Edwards -- BYU Academic Schol- arship, Lovell Volunteer Fire Department Scholarship, Marigold Saunders scholarship, Wyoming Scholars Award: UW, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; CHARMAYNE FLEMING -- Bazooka Lumber & Livestock LLC Scholarship, Early Childhood Education Academic Scholarship: NWC, Humbert & Hall Full Room Scholarship: BHSU, Jacket Nation Scholarship: BHSU, No~ Big Horn County School District #2 ROCES Scholarship, Rosa Vida Bischoff Black Scholarship, TCT Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; JACOB GRANT- UW Trustees' Scholars Award, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; GRACIE HALL -- Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; ETHAN HESSENTHALER -- Sheridan College-High Academic Ach!evement Schol- ALEA MAYES -- Chet and Joy Lindsay Memorial Scholarship, Genevieve Mickelson Memorial LHS Class of 1939 Scholarship, Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Schol- arship, Lovell Volunteer Fire Department. Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; MEYJA MCARTHUR ~ GEAR UP Opportunity Scholarship, GEAR UP UW Institutional Scholarship, Scholarship of Success: WNCC, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship Temperance Mickelson -- Hathaway Merit Scholarship; ANDREA MONTERDE -- Lovell Bulldog Booster Club Scholarship, Red Apple/Pep- si-Cola Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; ASHLEY PETERSON -- Hathaway Merit Scholarship; KELLY POWELL --Casper College Third Award, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; KERRY POWELL i Hathaway Merit Scholarship; BRIANNA RIVERA -- Byron Lion's Club Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; FREEDOM RULE-MONROY -- Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, Lovell Woman's Club Scholarship, Max Bischoff Scholarship, Melinda Jean Tillett Memorial Scholarship, Parents of the Blue Jackets Scholarship, Rosa Vida Bischoff Black Scholarship, TCT Scholarship, Trapper Schol- arship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; MATHEW SAVAGE -- Lovell Volunteer Fire Department Scholarship, Trapper Scholar- ship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; JACK STEED -- Bazooka Lumber & Livestock LLC Scholarship, Early Admission Scholarship: WNCC, NEPECO Scholarship, Parents of the Blue Jackets Scholarship, Scholarship of Success: WNCC, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; HUNTER STEENBAKKERS -- Bank of Lovell Scholarship, Byron Lion's Club Scholarship, Kay Taggart Booth Scholarship: BYU, Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, Wyoming Scholars Award: UW, Wyoming State FCCLA Scholarship, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; KATRINA TWlTCHELL -- Cosmetology Department Scholarship: EWC, Parents of the Blue Jackets Scholarship, Wyoming 4-H Foundation Leadership Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; JORDAN VASQUEZ -- Loren W. & Marjode R. Good: UW, Pine Cove Consulting Tech Student of the Year Honorary Mention Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Vera Asay Sargent Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; GRACE WASSMER -- Big Horn Federal Scholarship: NWC, Byron Lion's Club Schol- arship, Horatio Aiger" BHSO, Hathaway Merit " arship, Hathaway Honors Merit ScholarShip; i'~ Sct~larship; BRANDON HOLZER -- Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; TRECELLE JOLLEY -- Big Horn Rural Electric Association Scholarship, Bill Woods Memorial Scholarship: NWC, Lovell Bulldog Booster Club Scholarship, Secondary Educa- tion Academic Scholarship: NWC, Sheridan College-High Academic Achievement Scholarship, Trapper Scholarship, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; LILY JONES -- Bank of Lovell Scholarship, Cosmetology Department Scholarship: EWC, Lancer Incentive: EWC, Hathaway Merit Scholarship; BRENDEN LUNDBERG -- Freshman Academic Achievement Scholarship: Uni- versity of Utah, Lovell Bulldog Rooster Club Scholarship, UW Trustees' Scholars Award, Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; EMILY MANGUS --Ann D. Stoddard LDS Scholarship: NWC, Big Horn Rural Electric Association Scholarship, GEAR UP Opportu- nity Scholarship, GEAR UP UW Institutional Scholarship, Sheridan College-High Aca- demic Achievement Scholarship, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; NIQUffA MANGUS -- GEAR UP Opportunity Scholarship, GEAR UP UW Institutional Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship: UW, Wyoming Scholars Award: UW, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; MIKEL MAY -- Bill and JoAnne Price Scholarship: NWC, Daniels Fund Scholarship, Hagan Foundation Scholarship, Pre-Phar- macy Academic Scholarship, Wyoming Scholars Award: UW, Hathaway Honors Merit Scholarship; :) } :: =~; (? CHASNEEiZELLER-- GEAR UP NWC Insti- tutional Scholarship, GEAR UP Opportuhity Scholarship, Trapper Schol~irship, Hathaway Merit Scholarship. Students who excelled in the college level Success Curriculum were: Zachary. Abraham, MaKenna Adey, Justan AngaL Tylee Rassett, Paige Bischoff, Karlee Bu[ton, Megan Coroia, Alexis DelaCruz, Grace Edwards, Charmayne Fleming, Jacob Grant, Ethan Hessenthaler,'Trecelle Jolley, Lily Jones, Brenden Lundberg, Emily Mangus, Niquita Mangus, Mikel May, Alea Mayes, Meyja McArthur, Temperance Mickelson, Andrea Monterde, Ashley Psterson, Kelly Powell, Kerry Powell, Brianna Rivera, Free- dom Rule-Monroy, Mathew Savage, Hunter Steenbakkers, Katrina Twitchell, Jordan Vasquez and Chasnee Zeller. Lovell High School Outstanding Student Awards went to Mikel May, concert band and language arts; Meyja McArthur, music performance; Megan Cornia, science; Alea Mayas, mathematics and lifetime; Freedom Rule-Monroy, art and welding; Brenden Lundberg, student council and swing choir; Justan Angal, auto mechanics; Mathew Savage, wood technology; Jacob Grant, computer-aided drafting and social studies; Emily Mangus, Spanish; Brianna Chambers, nutrition of foods/food occupations; Katdna Twitchell, agriculture; MaKenna Adey, child development/child occupations; Lily Jones, clothing/interior design; Charmayne Fleming, advanced child care and work experience; Chasnee Zeller, work experience; Tylee Bas- sett, visual arts/graphic design; and Trecelle Jolley, video production. 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(8/23tfnB) STILLwATER HOS- PICE OF Northern Wyoming is looking for volunteers for our local hospice patients. If interested please contact us at 307-548- 1750. (5/30-6/6pL) PIZZA ON THE RUN now taking applications for part time and delivery drivers. Apply at 215 E. First in Powell - call Kyler 272-8890 or Apply at 1302 Sheridan Ave. in Cody - Call Brenda 202- 3216. (02TFCT) KING'S INN, Powell, WY, 307- 754-5117, apply at the front desk *** Position: House- keeper *** BHB{32TFCT) ARE YOU A CARING person? Families of domestic violence and sexual assault want and need someone to care Please call Crisis Inter- vention Services at 754- 7959 or 587-3545 and volunteer today! (53tfT) I Energize your career and build your future! Come join our powerful teamJ ,tI IENER6 TRANSMISSION An MDu Resources Group company WBI is currently hiring! 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