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21The Lovell Chronicle J October 4, 2012 COURTESY PHOTO A number of Boy Scouts and other volunteers help clean up public land west of Burlington on Saturday (l- r) Dodge Clark, Derek Morgan, Hans Hawley, Isaac Schroeder, JR Dickson, Daniel Hawley, Russ Dickson, Chris Clark, Ronda Schroeder and Rick Schroeder. Not pictured: Brian Dickson and Keli Morgan. Local Boy Scouts and Troop 3071 by cleaning upal, piles of barbed wire, "The project was a other volunteers teamed up and removing trash. Schro- scrap wood and other mis- great example of Isaacs's with the Bureau of Land eder was assisted by scouts, cellaneous trash. The scrap hard work ethic and dedica- Management Cody Field other volunteers and BLM metal was later recycled at tion to his Boy Scout Troop Office on Saturday to help staff, the local landfill, and community," Glueckert clean up public land west of "The project provided a BLM Outdoor Recre- said. "The BLM and I ap- Burlington. great opportunity for me to ation Planner Rory Glueck- plaud him for his selfless Boy Scout Isaac Schro-positively benefit my com- ert was impressed by service and maturity." eder of Lovell completed munity," Schroeder said. Schroeder's demonstration For more informa- the requirements for the The group removed al- of leadership and volun-tion contact Glueckert at rank of Eagle Scout from most four tons of scrap met- teerism in his community. 307-578-5900. " !:i): )!)i)ii~)~ )!i:!i il !)i:!;iii~ )i i! ~ i~ ;! :! illill i)!il)iii!))i)!iiiii)!iii!i)!ii)!il)!i~i!!!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiil)!:)!ii!i ii !i::!i iili ii ):ii iii! i!iiii~!ii iil;i;ii!ili iii :i ii i! ~i~ ~ ~ : ....... ii?ii~ i i~ !?ii:iiiiiii~iii! iii~ i ii!'iiii!iiiiiii ii Virginia Irene Feb. 10, Sept. 16, 2012 Mrs. Virginia I. Oakley, 89, of Port Huron, Mich., formerly of Frannie, died on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, in Mercy Hospital. She was born Feb. 10, 1923, in Port Huron. She married Arthur F. Oakley on Sept. 19, 1942, in Bowl- ing Green, Va. He died April 30, 2005. Mrs. Oakley retired from Prestolite with 45 years of service in the Coil Division. She had also worked at J.C. Pen- ney's and served as secre- tary of Wadhams Baptist Church, where she was an active member and Sunday school teacher. She host- ed many Child Evange- lism. Fellowship events at her home and was a mem- ber of the Council on Aging. She dearly loved her flower garden and enjoyed travel, wintering in Florida and spending summers in Wyo- ming for several years. She is survived by three children, Terry L. (Stephen) Fischer and Lar- ry E. Oakley, of Port Hu- ron Township and Michael (Brenda) Oakley of Jed- do; her beloved grandchil- dren, Kim (Tim) Hudy, Shellie Fischer, Julie Del- aney, Lisa Scheunmann, Holly (Fred) Beaudry and Jason (Lori Solgot) Oak- ley; and six great-grand- children, Austin Delaney, Whitney Hudy, Nathan, Nicole and Adam Beaudry and Koda Oakley. A memorial service was held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, in Wad- hams Baptist Church, Port Huron. Memorial contributions may be made to Wadhams Baptist or Child Evange- lism Fellowship. To send condolences visit pollock- randallfuneralhome.com. BY PATrl CARPENTER was a great opportunity for and we will have fun doing For some educators, me," said Christiansen. "I it." it's like a game of musical was an assistant principal Christiansen is also act- chairs between school dis- in Idaho and I like the mix of ing as the offensive coordina- tricts one and two. Tobeepart of the time being in the tor for the football team. He Christiansen lei the area classroom with the kids and said he is enjoying the oppor- to go to college and to teach part of the time in the office, tunity to employ his skills in in Idaho for a while. He re- It's a great fit for me." a diverse way. turned last year to take a Christiansen recently "It's a perfect mix for teaching position in Lovell. took over the physical edu- me," he said. "So far I love it. Although he enjoyed the po- cation and health classes Both schools have great staff sition there, he couldn't re- formerly taught by retired and great kids and it was sist the tempting oppor- teacher Carol McMillin, as hard to leave Lovell, since tunity to teach and act as well as duties as assistant they gave me a great oppor- assistant principal at Rocky principal for the high school tunity to come back and get Mountain High School/Mid-and middle school, close to home again. I liked it dle School and coach football. "These are fun classes there but when this opportu- ' ais is where I gradu- to teach," said Christiansen. nity came along, it was just ated from high school and it 'T ell go by the standards one I couldn't pass up." iii Tobee Christiansen BY PATTI CARPENTER Women in the community were treated to a light sup- per and a discussion about women's health issues on Mon- day night at a symposium sponsored by North Big Horn Hospital. Guest speakers included Dr. Deborah Brack- ett, Mary Freund, NP-C and Billings pharmacist Colleen Baker. Freund opened the discussion with a review of recom- mendations for various health screenings like mammo- grams, colorectal, cervical and other cancer screenings. She discussed the importance of annual exams for women and lifestyle changes that help keep women healthy. Brackett gave an inspirational speech on the physical and mental well-being of women. She talked about things women can do for themselves to improve their lives. Baker discussed hormone compounding and how she makes custom formulas that help women through menopause. The well-attended event was held at the Lovell Com- munity Center. PATTI CARPENTER Colleen Baker, MS, RPh, from the Morgan Creek Compounding Pharmacy in Billings explained how individually tailored compounds can be made to help reduce symptoms of menopause for many women. Please submit obituaries to us via e-mail: Icnews@tctwest.net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming e Bible Ch Church I~e'" pa3s10rEMi3chdaSl'~lLcKveJht [I Ir;',"~sr''c "Y'7"ml l 548-6561 l lSunday School Rev. Kurt McNabbl m s..,c.: Sunday School 9:4S am l 56E. M,.. m m Morn. Worship 11 am. Eve. Worship 6 pm I lBihle ~,~oo ~_,, , L Wed. Bible Study7 pm j L6 pm ) I Serving Northern~ ,Fh, i .ornCoon , St. Joseph's IlU.t,d l Catholic Church IIa- h C./' '! 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell, WY ll\k / II at the corner of lSunday- I II\\L U Park&Sh ne'L e"I 1 :30am il 'U li I ,I " T""r"a nooo I l\ II Church:.,s-,,,s / I Ill 8:30 0eaver Worship l Reverend gi~l Ii Glenn Whewell ~ flssembl9 of God Church 310 Idoho flue., Louell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship -- "[0:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 ~, 548-7127 ~ Rev. Christopher Br~ndt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7.30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missoun Synod Facial Pedicure. Manicure Hair Massage Waxing Acrylic Nails ti Bog Scout uniform drive Call John Lee (548-7233) or Scott (307-250-4745) eThUrsday, Oct. 11 5-7 pm Rocky Mountain High School Great Hall (commons) d by RMHS junior c/ass )ctober 4 2012 548- 7021 www. hyarttheater.com The Friday, Oct. 5, 7 pm Saturday, Oct. 6 lOVfJ]_ ttlClt CCltO0I October4, 2012 Emilee Reasch 17 kills, 1 block, 22 digs, 100% serving in game against Thermopolis. Cody Sava ge 3 receptions tor 126 yards and 2 TDs, 2 sacks and 6 extra points. Sponsored by LOVELL DRUG 164 E. Main, Lovell 548-7231 Rocky Mountain High School Haley Strom Haley works hard in practice and exhibits a great attitude in the game. Jake Jones (MLB), 21 defensive points to lead the team. Jake has been steady all year on defense leading the state in 1A Defensive Points. Sponsored by ~ Blorth Ti q~orn ~os iral istrict 1115 Eane 12, Lovell, WY 307-548-5200 www.nbhh.com