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,s F4++ .g/ .0.4 14 The Lovell Chronicle July 8, 2021 COURTESY PHOTO Morgan Love watches the competition on the archery range during the Big Horn County 4-H Shoot. Winners of coUnty shoot announced The Big Horn County 4-H shooting sports sea- son recently concluded with a ‘shoot and family barbecue. Gretchen Gasvoda, the county’s 4-H educator, said the county shoot was held by individual disci— plines this year, which af— forded parents and mem- bers opportunities to watch and encourage each other at each event. “The members al— ways enjoy shooting with against family members and friends especial- ly the seasoned, aged— oiit members Will Dalin and Morgan Haley,” said Gasvoda. She voiced gratitude to them for sharing their talents with members, to Todd Dalin for cooking the hamburgers and to a long list of dedicated volunteer leaders, including Sean Foote, John Kinane, John Morgan, Mike Haley, Dan and Sarah Holloway, Todd Herman and Will Dalin. Here are the results of the county shoot, with the state shoot to follow July in Douglas: SHOTGUN Junior: Champion Chase Allen. Intermediate: Champion Sy Schlattmann; Reserve Champion Garrett Dalin. Senior: Champion Jeremy Holloway; Reserve Champion Weston Haley. 22 RIFLE Junior: Champion Sophia Wilkerson; Reserve Champion Sawyer Triplett. Intermediate: Champion Elizabeth Hollo- way; Reserve Champion Sy Schlattmann. Senior: Champion Jeremy Holloway; Reserve Champion James Love. Will Bllfllll Tll Ml SUBMIT mm -m _ilifl , _m ' —m _m 22 “SW __—__—_ Junior: Champion Chase Allen; Reserve Champion Sawyer Triplet!- DETAILS OF GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENT Intermediate: Champion Sy Schlattmann; Reserve Champion James Love. ARCHERY Junior: Champion Whitley Godfrey; Champion Jeremy Holloway. CLASS B serve Champion Brynn Jensen. verbud Archery awards. ed by Gasvoda Dental P.C., Big LLC/Minchow’s Court, County Hardware. Big Horn River Blueway Trail kickoff July 17 The public is invited to take part in a kickoff event for the Bi Horn River Blue— way Trai Event SatUrday, July 17, in Manderson and Basin. The Big Horn River Blue Way Trail is a proposed riv- er trail that would start at the Wedding of the Waters south of Thermopolis and end at Bighorn Canyon Na- tional Recreation Area in Lovell. From there, recre— ationalists could continue to the Yellowtail Dam in Fort Smith, Mont., if they choose to. The» trail offers non—mo— torized water recreational— ists a wide variety of oppor- tunities, including wildlife watching, ever-changing scenery, fishing (more than a dozen game fish inhabit the river) and camping. “The creation of this trail has the potential to bring significant recreation eco— nomic growth to the com— munities along the Big Horn River including Thermop— olis, Worland, Manderson, Greybull, Basin and Lovell," Bighorn Canyon Chief of In— terpretation Christy Flem- ing. “It could enhance rev— enue opportunities for businesses that sell or rent outdoor equipment, shuttle services, fishing guides and overnight accommodations.” The event on July hosted by the Bighorn Basin Outdoor Recreation Collab— orative (BBORC) will high- light the recreational op- portunities that the Big Horn River offers with activ- ities for children and adults alike. Those activities in- clude a one—mile guided be- ginner river paddle and a 13-mile Big Horn river pad- dle. Those wanting to par— ticipate in the one—mile pad— dle should come to Basin Boat Dock Park between am. and 2 pm. The 13-mile paddle starts at 8 am. at the Manderson river launch. Participants will sign in at the ramp and float to the Basin Boat Dock. This pad— dle will take at least four hours, so bring plenty of wa- ter and snacks. Spectators can bring lawn chairs and join ev— eryone at the Basin Boat Dock Park from am. to 2 pm. There will be activ- ities for all ages, music and food. Learn how to cast, play cornhole and enjoy informa— tion booths from BLM, Wyo— ming Game & Fish, the Town of Basin, BBORC, Wyoming State Parks and Trails, Basin Area Chamber and the Na- tional Turkey Federation. There will also be priz- es including fishing poles from North Platte Walleyes Unlimited. For additional infor— mation call the Bighorn Canyon Visitor Center at 307-548—5406. NOTICE OF HEARING ON COUNTY BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed preliminary budget for Big Horn County for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, which is now being considered by the Board of County Commissioners, will be held at the Office of the County Commissioners at Basin, Wyoming on July 15, at 6:00 PM. At which time any and all persons interested, may appear and present written and oral comments respecting such budget. These proposed budgets received are requests only, final budget will be forthcoming. The entire proposed budget is available for public inspection at the office of Lori Smallwood, County Clerk, at Basin, during regular hours from 8:00 AM. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. A summary of such proposed preliminary Budget follows: ACCOUNT NAME Total Cash Available Total Estimated Revenue Available Estimated Total Cash & Revenue Estimated Total Requirements for roriations Estimate of Tax Requirements Amount of Lev Levy Mill Lev r r Previous ear Current Previous ear Current 222:3."mt:Jiliii’i‘tatfllilz‘ — ' ' — Reserve WW" “.3!” Wiser”- . 3 '"termed'atrclamp'P"MW"; “as?”0mm?“E“Za"e‘““°"°way- .. Cham”'°"l°“"”a'eyi“ese”e I . . . . . DETAILS OFENTERPRISEBUDGET J"”'°"Champ'°”s“wye”""'e“'“6' . . . 2 approved Dept/Request Intermediate. Champion Carter Peasley. _ I malyn Dalm won $615331. 5,6620]: .. . 1 :13 32’ $1) (153.88 1 sggggggg cASH RES. TOTAL V 214,881.62 236,934.00 Wear Bows: I Sh°°t Them ; High point Overall went to Jeremy Holloway DETAILS OFSTATE& COUNTYROAD BUDGET who won a buckle donat: Previous year Laird Sanitation ,n approved current memory OfB,e,,dO,, Lam , er oer/Request applaud_ smrsacmRo ed the 1,5, of donors and mm RES. supporters of the shoot. ' . 1.760.416.42 1,430,735.00 ingspom program, Sassy moo-m Sow, Breeding R0,, and 2 1,430,735.00 8?£%?n%?1‘3§3‘éfi?ré£2t - poms orusRARvauoosr Designs, Nelson & Page Hem Fed- r Previous year current eral Savings Bank — Grey— v - bull, Minchow’s Service, Food . Booger 335,424.00 342775.00 cal Center, Big Horn An- . tiques and More, D4 Ag . Services, LLC. Big Horn . 353.892.82 Newspapers. 2: S&L Industries, Mike and , DETAILS OFCONSTRUCTION BUDGETS Cheryle Hower Laird Sam— Previous Year current tatlono LL01 Lawrence and . Cammy anfin and Valley —_— -; 1—_ call 301-548-2217 emflllllotmtmlmmam The above Summary of the Budget and Details of Fund Requirements show the tentative preliminary budget as requested by various departments and adopted by the County Commissioners. The actual cash available will not be determined until the budget is final and payments are made the first week in July. The estimated levies are based on a valuation that is estimated. The total lev for all of the above accounts cannot exceed 12 milis when adotecl, Published: July 8, SUPER CLASSIFIEDS Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted I Help Wanted Help Wanted I Help Wanted I Help Wanted I Help Wanted BUSY DENTAL OFFICE is looking to add a long- term, motivated, ener- getic, quick learner to our team. Dental assisting experience is most pre- ferred, but not required. Starting at $14-$21 DOE, easy hours, paid holi- days, dental benefits, retirement contributions and bonuses. Work in a friendly and busy office with the latest technology. This job will entail taking X-rays, sterilizing, com- puter work and assisting in surgeries. Send cover letter and resume to san- drapyran@gmail.com (33TFCT) PLUMBER WITH AT LEAST 5 years expe- rience, Must have own hand tools and a valid driver’s license. Inquire at 307-272-9123. (34TFCT) ARE YOU A CARING person? You are NEEDED! 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 put your talents to work. Volunteer today! Thank you. (531th ) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT _ PARK COUNTY EVENTS DEPARTMENT rvrnrs ADMINISTRATOR, = FOR PARK COUNTY, WYOMING rSIIPEII llESllllSl BOLD CA9 HEAD FirstB to words bold and cap, larger font size and centered ‘V spams CLASSIFIED 1 First to 4» words Boid’and cap for first, in words, 25¢ each addi- SCREEN BOX first3 to words bold and cap, screen box around entire ad Applications are being accepted for FULL-TIME EVENTS tionath 3310,55; mmrdsj 25¢ each addi- “form,” “wands, 25¢ each addp ADMINISTRATOR for the Park County Events Department, , ' fimlmrd tin“. word Powell, Wyoming. Benefits include health insurance, retire- ,ALL BOLD . - ment, vacation and sick leave. Applicants must be able to pass 13mm m4 cap! eff m;de BORDER Box BOXED so”) 8, CAP HEAD a complete background check. Monday through Friday. 50121-35; fiforfi’st 10mm 25¢ first? 'to ads be“ and First t0 words boidond Cap, . . . . . 83"? 354W”! M r r -‘« . r - . p’ lor'ger‘font, box around entire ad, Park County Applicatlon form IS requrred and available at the V , - box around entire ad . $7 ‘0’ a t 10 rd :5: h “3‘ County Commissioners Office located in the Old Courthouse *PIE-payprice only, $5 forfirst'towordspzsi: each addi- t. iwljrd 5' Q“ a at Sheridan Ave. Cody, Wyoming, or on-line at bd vary tional word. mm www.parkcounty.us. Applications need to be returned to the ’ C°mmi55‘°”e"5 Office “mate'than'm'y15mm” by 3"” Place your ad in the Super Classifieds and it will be published in the Powell Tribune, the Lovell Chronicle, the Basin Republican Rustler and the Greybull Standard! ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! (DVS-IS) Park County is an equal opportunity employer.