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6 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 27, 2015 ~ii~i~i!i~iii!ii+~i~ii~i~ii~Z~i~+~i~i~i~i~iiiiii~;~!i~!~i~!!?yi;!!i!i~!!!!!!~!!~i;~!~!~!~!: ii+iiiiiiiiiiiii+iiiii~iii!+i!i+!+i!i~!ili~i!+? i!i~iiiiiiiiiiiii!i!i!i!!iiii!i!i!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!~i~!~!~i~!!~!~iii~i~!:!~i!iii~iii~iii!~i!~iiiii?i~!i~ !iii~i ii !i !~i PA~rI CARPENTER Volunteer Doug Arnold takes a break from serving food at the Cowley Corn Cookout held in Cowley Park on Aug. 22. PATTI CARPENTE~ Evynn Alvarez enjoys exploring an inflatable tunnel during the afternoon games held in Cowley Park preceding the Cowley Corn Cookout festivities on Saturday. PATti CARPENTER Matkin Cain enjoys an ear of corn in Cowley Park during the Cowley Corn Cookout held on Saturday. L -i ' BY DAVID PECK Hundreds of bicyclists swept through Lovell and enjoyed a picnic lunch last .................. Friday as the Cycle Great- er Yellowstone bicycle tour came to the Rose Town and ::::::::::: :::: :: ::::::::: ........ other local communities. Organized by the Great- er Yellowstone Coalition, the ride is conducted an- nually to bring awareness to the greater Yellowstone area, Cycle Greater Yellow- stone board chairman Geoff Stephens of Bozeman said during a stop along Main Street Friday. "The idea was to bring people from all over the world t0the greater Yel- lowstone ecosystem, see the great place we treasure and support and help us main- tain this beautiful place," said Stephens, a former member of the GYC board. Last week's event was the third annual ride but the first time the ride came through Lovell. "We vary the route so people can see different parts of the ecosystem," Ste- phens said. "What's most satisfying for us is how the local communities invite us in and are so gracious in hosting us, and how the rid- ers interact with community members. Every community has been just overwhelming for us." Holding the ride goes beyond exploring the great- er Yellowstone area for the participants, it allows the GYC a chance to talk to peo- ple about issues involving the ecosystem and conserva- tion, Stephens said. "We believe in collabo- ration on issues to benefit the ecosystem," he said. The seven-day, ful- ly-supported ride started in Red Lodge on Sunday, Aug. 16. Day one was from Red Lodge to Absarokee via Jo- liet, day two was Absarokee to Red Lodge with a side trip to Nye and day three was Red Lodge to Cooke City over Beartooth Pass, and Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Public Lands Day service project at Sibley Lake :;: hance wild lands. ..... : ::: Participants will assis with a fence-removal proj ect near Sibley Lake, learn The Wyoming Wil- derness Association has teamed up with the U.S. Forest Service to host a vol- unteer service day in the Bighorn National Forest oil Sept. 26, which is National Public Lands Day. WWA is seeking volun teers who want to help keel the forest pristine and en joyable for all on a day dedi cated to public efforts to en ing about Forest Service policy and the surrounding natural areas while helping to ensure that these areas remain safe, beautiful and accessible to the public. Work will be moderate- ly strenuous and involve physical removal of fenc- ing. A total of 20 to 25 vol- unteers are needed, with a preferred age of 13 or old- er due to the nature of the work and the need for safe- ty concerns to be taken seriously. The service day will be led by Sarah Evans-Ki- rol, Bighorn National For- est Trails Coordinator, and WWA staff members. All supplies will be provided by the Forest Service. Participants will need sturdy clothing and hiking boots and should expect to wade through water. Pets will not be allowed on this outing. For more information and to sign up, call Han- nah Sheely at 307-672-2751 or email hannah@wildwyo. org. i~iiiiiii:ii~i~i:iii:iil; .......... ~:: DAVID PECK Cycle Greater Yellowstone board chairman Geoff Stephens pauses on his way through Lovell last Friday, Aug. 21. Stephens said it was snow- ing on the pass that day. Day four was Cooke City to Cody via the Chief Joseph Highway, which Stephens called "pure joy," and day five was a layover day in Cody for rest with an option- al ride up the North Fork. Day six, Friday, was Cody to Lovell and back to Powell via Willwood and Penrose in the morning, then after lunch in Lovell, riding to Powell via a stop in Deaver. Day seven was Powell to Red Lodge via Belfry. Some 350 riders came through Lovell Friday, sup- ported by 100 volunteers who made arrangements and followed along with support and supply vehicles. Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Office Man- ager Celecia Gallagher said the chamber assisted by dis- playing welcome signs and streamers along the route to Lovell and in town and pro- vided a tub of cold water bot- tles at Constitution Park, where the riders stopped for lunch. Gallagher passed out rose pins provided by the Town of Lovell. "I mingled and showed pictures of what the moun- tains were supposed to look like (when smoke from for- est fires isn't filling the air)," she said, adding that sev- eral of the riders said they would like to return. The Lovell Rec Dept. put up a volleyball net at the park, and Town Admin- istrator Jed Nebel brought horseshoes for the horse- shoe pits, plus a football to toss around. William I. Jarvis, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon New Horizons Care Center ilililililiiiiiiiTiiiiiiii iiiiii!ii i~iiiiliT:~iiiiiii:iiii i!iiiii~ i ! !i! !iii!iiiii!i!i!i!ii:!i! ili!!i!!! 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(GSE), such as celiac d~ase and dernnatitis herpet forms, your physician. 25 V/tams B12 ~ Detects t~12deficmntoreevated Always recommended forwomen levels. B12 aids in the health of cells amd nerves. Recommend Always recommended for men fasting, unless diat~. E] =30 Thyroid Panel ]'3, ]'4 --, Additional screening that includes three levels for the T3 uptake ([THBR), T4 (Thyroxine), and free Thyroxine index/calculation. =30 Hemoglobin AIC ~ Me=surss histo l lood sugar control for upto 3 months. This test is recommended at least twice a year for Diabetics. El $30 C- tive Protein marker - a substance that the body reteasesin response to inflam- mation. CRP levels can provide physicians with information about a patient's ~ of heart disease. No Caffeine. Your results will be available for you to pick up at any of the LOVELL COHHUNIT Monday, Sept. 21 - Friday, Sept. 25 7 AM - 10 Am each day at New Horizons Care Center. 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