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12 I The Lovell Chronicle I October 4, 2012 2012 MERYK Seniors Kassidy Hetland and Holly Wilkerson dressed as Thing 1 and Thing 2 for Twin Day last Tuesday, Sept. 25, during Lovell Homecoming Week. Members of the Lovell High School student pep rally Thursday night. body gathered in front of the bonfire DAVID PECK following the MERYK McARTHUR Seniors Kiana Fink and Cheyanne Dickey look perfectly futuristic for Decade Day Wednesday at LHS during homecoming week. Left, members of the Lovell Homecoming royalty posing for photos at halftime of Friday night's football game were (l-r) freshman attendants Miranda May and Nic Haskell, juniors Camille Ohman and Chase Tippetts, seniors Shay Kite and Jeff Sawaya, queen Amanda Shumway and king Dine Collins, and sophomores Emilee Reasch and Payton Hetland. DAVID PECK PHOTO Fun activities mark LHS homecoming week BY MERYK MCARTHUR Ballard's old and beloved red backpack, to Lovell High School students celebrated the flames. homecoming last week to the theme "Un- Friday, as it is every year, was Blue and willing to Yield." There were spiffy cos- White Day. Over the week each class com- tumes, delicious food and fun activities all .peted for best and most-dressed and for the throughout the week. Earlier in the week, if Spirit Stick, which is a blue and white stick you saw a few students running around in that is hidden throughout the school, but on their nighties, fear not, it was Pajama Day Blue and White Day every class was united Monday. Kids had fun looking messy and and represented the school well with their unkempt, colors. Many wore blue and white to the Twin Day Tuesday was fascinating, game to express school spirit and cheered Doubles, and even some triplets, roamed the football players on. the halls and headed from class to class. "Homecoming went really well and had Wednesday was very interesting and excit- lots of student involvement," said Katie ing. It was Decade Day and many students Hernandez, the teacher in charge of Student got creative with their 60's, 70's, and 80's Council. "Student Council members worked costumes. The seniors were to dress like to get organized and had a good outcome." the future and many rose to the challenge. Voting also took place for homecoming There was a robot, some silver shimmering royalty. Royalty members were announced people, and seemingly-styled space cadets, at Thursday's pep rally and also appeared Many of the kids had fun coming up with at halftime of Friday nights football game ideas and expressing their imagination, against Greybull. Dine Collins and Aman- Even some teachers participated, da Shumway were crowned king and queen. Class Color Day was next on Thursday. Senior attendants were Shay Kite and Jeff Seniors were white, juniors black, sopho- Sawaya, junior attendants were Camille mores red and freshmen green. The staff Ohman and Chase Tippetts, sophomore at- had a color, as well: tie-dye. There was also tendants were Emilee Reasch and Payton a bonfire later on in the evening. Many stu- Hetland and freshman attendants were Mi- dents had fun "sacrificing" Jenna, Nathan randa May and Nic Haskell. Left, cheerleader Tori Aiken shows her school spirit during the homecoming football game Friday night. MERYK McARTHUR PHOTO Exceptional Right here in the heart of the Big Horn Basin DR. PAUL LAVEAU Located at Powell Valley Clinic i/:, ......... Bldg. B 777 Ave H in Powell Pqwel! Valley Clinic: Mon., Tues., & Wed. Healtncare Compassionate Quality Care TOWN OF LOVELL Now through November 30, 2012 FROM 7am TO 4pm YOU MUST contact the LPD dispatcher (548-2215) to get permission PRIOR to burning. Residents who are sensitive to smoke may call and register with the Dispatcher and those who plan to burn will be notified if there ts a sensitive resident in the area. lf a complaint is received by the dispatcher a police officer will be sent to investigate and may require afire to be extinguished. There is a 2 hour burn down period until 6 p.m. At one time, you're almost 65 and a whole easy: make a. smart move for the best years of your life supplements from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming. See what we have for you. Go to WyomingSeniorBlue.com or call 888-274-9895. lily BlueCross BlueShield of VCyoming An independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association