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8 I The Lovell Chronicle I July 29, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com '1 ,i /' Continued from page 1 Peterson said. "What this school means to me and more importantly, what I hope it will mean for my fellow schoolmates, faculty and community members is that this school stands for renewed opportunities to make our traditions bet- ter." Members of the school board stood at the entrance as chairman Monk cut the ribbon with an oversized pair of scissors to let the crowd tour the new facil- ity. TCT West provided a free barbecue for everyone in attendance. The oversized scissors were missing following the ribbon cutting, according to school officials. If any- one has information about the location of the colossal clippers, they are asked to contact the district office at 548-2254 or drop them off at the district office or the school. ,I :J DAvm l~cK Melissa Iverson beams as 2009 pageant winner Janika Steenbakkers crowns her Miss North Big Horn County at the conclusion of the Pioneer Memorial Scholarship Pageant Thursday night at the Hyart Theatre. Pioneer Scholarship Pageant BY DAVID PECK A beaming Melissa Iver- son of Deaver was crowned Miss North Big Horn Coun- ty Thursday night at the seventh annual Pioneer is active in FBLA, National Honor Society, Youth Com- mittee, musicals, yearbook, basketball, track and foot- b ll as the team manager. She plans to attend Memorial Scholarship Pag- BYU eant at the Hyart Theatre in Lovell. Iverson, 16, the daugh- ter of Dennis and Gina Tilley, topped a strong field of nine contestants to earn her crown following a va- riety of judging categories that included judges' inter- view, school achievement and activities, talent, poise and presentation, person- al discipline, an on-stage question and an essay writ- ten about a pioneer woman with qualities she would like to emulate. Iverson won the Louise Lewis Welch and Mary Ede- tha Thomas Smith Scholar- ship worth $5,000. She also won the Miss Congeniality Award. She will be a senior at Rocky Mountain High School this fall, where she to study photogra- phy and business following her graduation from high sChool. Crowned first atten- dant Thursday was Char- lyn Ferbrache, 17, the daughter of Ken and Ra- nee Ferbrache of Lovell. Charlyn will be a senior at Lovell High School this fall and won the $1,000 Ada Durfey Mecham Memorial First Attendant Scholar- ship. She is active in cheer- leading, swing choir and youth council. Ferbrache also won the Essay Award. Tiana O'Tremba, 16, the daughter of Scott and Stacy O'Tremba of Lovell, was crowned second at- tendant, earning the $750 Leola Kocherhans Man- gus Memorial Second At- tendant Scholarship. She will be a junior at LHS this fall, where she is active in dance, FCCLA, Nation- al Honor Society, student council and the Gatekeep- er suicide prevention pro- gram. She also won the $500 Ethel Lewis Crosby Memo- rial Talent Scholarship. Katelyn Jewell, 17, won the Interview Award, and Breya Price, 16, won the Achievement Award. Alyssa Grant, 16, won the Presentation Award. Other contestants were Rachel Carter, Ashton May and Stepfanie Thompson. Teddie Tippetts was the mistress of ceremonies, and the 2009 Miss North Big Horn County, Janika Steenbakkers, crowned the award winners and took a final turn on stage with her father, Mike. Crown bearers were Makayla Jones, Maycee Jones, Breeah Jones and Aubrianne Crosby. DAvm PRcx Members of the 2010 Pioneer Memorial Scholarship Pageant royalty are (l-r) first attendant Charlyn Ferbrache, Miss North Big Horn County Melissa Iverson and second attendant Tiana O rremba. recycle this newspaper as the boat floats through the south narrows, pausing at Crooked Creek Bay for the sunset. The Raising Kane tour will be less than two hours long, he said, and cost will be $49 per couple. Boats are also avail- able at special times upon request and discounts are available for large groups, Garrison said. He also of- fers fishing charters at Big Horn Lake. While the tour business has been sporadic so far, Garrison said there have Continued from page 1 groups keep the night roll- ing on. "Cancer never sleeps and we're not going to ei- ther," Mickelson said. "We're going to stay up through the night and work toward our goal." The Lovell Police De- partment and other vol- unteers will serve a free breakfast to participants and the public beginning at 6:30 a.m., and teams will squeeze in a few more laps before the awards ceremony at 7 a.m. Mickelson encourages anyone with an interest to come to the free breakfast and stick around for the awards. She said organizers hope for a decent turnout at the 7 a.m. ceremony. Anyone not on a team is invited to come any time during the night to show support and see what the event is like, she said. Though the number of teams is down this year, at nine, Mickelson said the av- questions and answer any concerns from citizens be- fore seeking final approval (from the council) to pro- ceed," she said. "This is strictly a Town of Lovell grant for the town to take care of the building." Taylor pointed out that if the council or the public feels uncomfortable at any stage of the project, the plug can be pulled. "If we run into a ma- Continued from page ,1 jor stumbling block we can withdraw at that point," she said. "We can withdraw at any point up until we get our money basically." The project is being planned for three phases, Taylor said, and the CDBG grant would fund Phase I" demolition. Phase II: infra- structure -- curb and gut- ter, sidewalk, water and sewer taps and building a street to connect with Continued from page 1 been a lot of locals includ- ing some recent family re- unions taking trips on the lake. Contact Garrison for details or to book a cruise at (307) 899-1401 or visit www.hiddentreasurechar- ters.com. erage team size is up, with 150 total participants. With each team bringing at least $100 plus other fundraising efforts held throughout the year and to be held daring the event, organizers are hopeful to bring in a large amount of cash to send to the American Cancer Soci- ety to be used for research. This is the fourth Big Horn County Relay, she said. The total amount raised will be announced at the awards ceremony at 7 a.m. Robyn Road. "It's nice timing," Tay- lor said. "We can put the water and sewer taps into the new South (infrastruc- ture) project. DOWL/HKM is already planning the taps in their engineering for the South project." Phase III would be con- struction of the homes, with private developers working with individual homeown- ers, Taylor said. ! ii i iq ! r~ ] I i :i r! .......... ................. i IHrl!nlllll .... ...... !11111/r!1!!! II ............ .......... Hill II ............. I!111111 iJ