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www LovellChronicle com July 29, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 7 BRAD D~eJgAUx Students, ages 12 to 19, attended a class at Mayes Fabric in Lovell last week to learn the basics of quilting. Pictured (clockwise from bottom left) are Holly Wilkerson, Mellisa Bernhisel, Whitney Grant, Heather Lohrmeyer, Diana Allred and Tessa Watson. The seventh annual Meet the Mustangs celebra- tion will take place Satur- day, Aug. 7, at the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center east of Lovell. The event will include an open house all day start- ing at 9 a.m., speakers giv- ing updates on the horse The Big Horn County Republican Party will hold a candidate forum for COP Primary Election candi- dates this Saturday, July 31, organizer Bernie Du Monthier announced this week. range and herd dynamics at noon, new exhibits and gift shop items at the mus- tang center, a silent auc- tion throughout the day, and barbecue sandwiches served byBob Acton start- ing at 11 a.m. Kids can enter a color- ing contest for anyone age The forum will run from 6:30 to around 9 p.m. at the Lovell Fire Hall, Du Monthier said. The event will include county GOP candidates, as well as Sen. Ray Peterson and Rep. Elaine Harvey, though both [] 12 and under. A form can be picked up at the mustang center, the Lovell Library and Red Apple Supermar- ket checkout stations. For more information on Meet the Mustangs, con- tact the center at 548-9453 or visit the Website at www. pryormustangs.org. are unopposed in the Pri- mary. The Lovell Area Cham- ber of Commerce will hold its annual Meet the Can- didates night on Thursday, Aug. 12. ], i Why has the number of felony cases filed during Georgia Hunt's term in office decreased by 18%, the juvenile prosecutions decreased by 48% and the budget expenditures increased by 53%? Contact Michelle 307-765-2083 www voteburns org For cost effective prosecution in Big Horn County, I enthusiastically support Cindy Hill for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Her vision for education in Wyoming is solid. Sen. Ray Peterson Appropriations Committee PLEASE VOTE ON AUGUST 17 Bank of Greybull Bank of Lovell. Big Horn Co-op Big Hom REA. Greybull Building Center LLC Ron's Security State Bank, Security Insurance 1 4 t I i i