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July 12, 2012 J The Lovell Chronicle I 3 A crew of helpful volunteers guides a Brinkerhoff prepare to disembark with celebration Saturday morning. boat piloted by Rod Winland to the dock as the help of crewman Jett Winland (left) during DAVID PECK Dick and Annette the Big Horn Lake a" Manicure Acrylic Nails ,m e= } Facial Massage Pedicure 240 I/2 East Main (alley), Lovell 548-2456 Open Wednesday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm Scan the QR code above with your smartphone to see the virtual tour of this home. Byron Day July 14, 2012, I-3 pm 210 N. Center in Byron Right across from Jones Park View this home at www.JohnsonHomeAndLand.cem 226 East Main, Lovelt, WY earns Teams are the lifeblood of any successful American Cancer Society Relay for Life and the 2012 Big Horn County Relay is no exception. This year's relay planning com- mittee has set a goal of registering at least 15 teams to walk the track dur- ing the August 10-11 event, sched- uled at the Lovell High School track in Lovell. Traditionally, teams are com- prised of friends, family members, cancer survivors, students, co-work- ers and active seniors. "Last year we had a terrific vari- ety of teams participating in the Re- lay," said Cheri Mickelson, chair of the Big Horn County Relay for Life. "And even though we had teams rep- resenting almost every segment of Big Horn County, we know we've only scratched the surface of those who would like to get involved. They just need to be asked." In the coming weeks, commit- tee volunteers will be contacting area businesses and organizations, offer- ing them information on how they can form a team. Mickelson explained that donations raised by the teams are used by the American Cancer Society to continue its funding of cancer re- search and its many educational and patient service programs. This year, the Society will invest more than $120 million in cancer research nationwide. Since its research grant program be- gan in 1946, the Society has helped fund the work of 46 Nobel Prize win- ning cancer researchers. Mickelson explains that once a team is registered, the members go out into their communities to secure donations for their efforts. Then, the afternoon of the event, they all meet at the track and set up their camp- sites. This year's Big Horn County Relay teams will join together for the opening ceremony at 7 p.m., followed by the Cancer Survivors Lap. After the ceremonies, all teams will be asked to have one member walking the track throughout the course of the event. When they aren't walking, team members are encour- aged to visit other campsites, partici- pate in the many games and activities available and to enjoy the entertain- ment and food. This year's relay is slated to wrap up with a closing ceremony at 7 a.m. on Saturday morning. To register a team for this year's relay, or to learn more about the event, contact Cheri Mickelson at 272-0877 or 548-2718. HAVE FUN AT l ill IIb'~'~ it| [~'.!iI$1 I1111 i|l I I lO] III I I[~li~kll i!~1~t] nl nil Ill liV|il$1 ii [~ Local customers, ~, DOING BUSINESS local loans, local deposits... THE BIG HOP.N FEDEILM, WAY. all at a LOCAL bank. 8EastMain. Lovell, WY82431 Big Hc ,3o,, 8,2703 Federal www.bighornfederal.com Ferdinand G. Died June 29, 2012 area. Worland resident Fer- In May of 1952, the dinand Gustav Siebert, as a four left their familiar result of heart failure, died world and traveled thou- in Worland on June 29, sands of miles to land in 2012. He was 86 years old. Ten Sleep. The family later Ferdinand was born moved to Worland and three in Betigela, Lithuania, more children joined Fer- a son of Ferdinand and dinand and Wally. It was Franziska Louise (Winkler) with great fortitude and the Siebert. He was raised and assistance of friends and lived in Lithuania until his family that they changed family fled to Poland and not only their country of to Germany prior to World loyalty, but their language War II. While living in Ger- and a lot of their culture. many, as the war raged, he Ferdinand was active was conscripted into the in the community including German army and was sent the Worland Oktoberfest to France, where he was and the Tyroleans. He was captured by the Allied forc- an avid golfer and enjoyed es. working with wood, creat- After WWII Ferdinand, ing many works of art. like many, was a displaced Upon their retirement person. He had no way to they moved to Thermopo- obtain a career in war torn lis, but after Wally's death Germany, and Lithuania Ferdinand returned to Wor- was behind the wall and land. He was preceded in controlled by communists,death by his wife, his par- During this difficult time ents and his brothers Ar- he met Wally Wunderlich, thur and Erwin Siebert, a a widow with a young girl, grandson Dean Lehman and married her on April and a granddaughter Lacey 22, 1950. They had another Siebert. daughter during this time. Ferdinand is survived Knowing Germany had no by his children Marga- future for this new fam- ret (Keith) NeVille of ily they immigrated to the Cody and Monika Siebert USA. A party to this immi- of Willcox, Ariz., by his gration happened to be the twin sons Frank (Joann) Worland United Methodist Siebert of Worland and Church, along with several Walt (Tonya) Siebert of ranches and families in the Wright and Mike (Debbie) Siebert of Jackpot, Nev. He is also survived by Telephone Assistance Program Available Lifeline is a government program that provides assistance in help- ing to reduce the cost of the monthly telephone bill for those who are eligible to receive it. Only one : , Lifeline discount is allowed per household, ....... .......... ~,~: "i and it cannot be transfered to someone else, even if that individual is eligible.TCT ?~ii~ works with the Wyoming Department of : Family Services to assist individuals in qualifying for the program. If interested, please contact your local Department~,~~i;I of Family Services field office orTCT at 1-800-354-291 I. ............... Lifefine es un programa gubernamental que provee asistencia para ayudar a reducir el costa de la factura telef6nica mensual para aquellos que son elegibles para recibirlo. SOlo una Descuento de Lifeline est~ permitido par hogar, y no puede ser transfefida a otra otra cosa, incluso si esa persona es elegible. TCT trabaja con el Departamento de Wyoming Servicios para la Familia para ayudar a las personas en calificar para el programa. 5i estd interesado, par favor, pdngase en contacto con su oficina local de la oficina local de Servicios de Familia o de TCT al 1-800-354-2911. www. tctwest.net 18 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. At Ferdinand's request cremation has taken place and the family is planning a celebration of his life at Sitting Bull Campground in the Big Horn Moun- tains, in late July. Ferdinand's children and grandchildren are proud to say they are re- lated to him, proud to say that's my dad, that's my grandpa. Friends who knew Ferdinand are pleased to say they were a part of his great circle of life. Memorials may be made to the New Hope Humane Society at P.O. Box 1704, Worland, WY 82401. BIG HORN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ONE BOX 688 .............. C OWLgY wy 82420 NOTIC OF sPECIAL MEETING TIME CHANGE Notice is hereby given that the time of the special budget hearing meetings of the Board of Trustees of Big Horn County School District # 1 and the Recreation District scheduled in Cowley at the district office for Thursday luly 12, 2012 at 8:00 p.m. and 8:15 pm have been changed to Thursday luly 12, 2012 at 7:00 pm and 7:15 pm. This notice is given pursuant to the provisions of W.S. 21-3-110 (a)(xvi)(B) relating to change of time and placeof regular meetings of the Board of Trustees and any additional rules or regulation of the school district applicable thereto. Given under the seal of the District as of luly 10, 2012. Ed Riding, Clerk Pop Salads Paper Hot Dogs Charcoal Plates and Catsup Mustard utensils S'mores Buns 9 East Main, Lovell, Wyoming