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61The Lovell Chronicle December 6, 2012 Paintrock FFA advisor Jared Boardman presented the Herdsmanship Award for Goats and Poultry to Nyckalas Harvey of Lovell at the 4-H Annual Achievement Night held on Nov. 16. Pam Flitner presented the Shannon Lane Betz Memorial 4-H Horse Member Achievement Award to Mary Schwope of Cowley at the 4-H Annual Achievement Night held in Lovell on Nov. 16. CHRISTY VAUGHN MILLER PHOTOS Market Swine winner Will Dalin of Greybull and Market Sheep winner Dusty Miller of Cowley are proud of their win at the 4-H Annual Achievement Night held in Lovell on Nov. 16. 4-H hard work recognized during Achievement Night Many individual awards were presented to Big Horn County 4-H leaders and members on Nov. 16 during the annual 4-H Achievement Night in Lovell. County 4-H Educator Gretchen Gasvoda-Kelso said, "Achievement Night is about recognizing our youth and leaders for the hard work they have ac- complished the past year. It's also about recognizing and saying thank you to all the parents, leaders and friends who help make 4-H possible." "Feed the 4-H Fire" was the theme of this year's Achievement Night. Awards presented are as follows: Leader awards First-year Leaders: Jenna and Val- erie Bates, Tammy Bond, Jennifer Fink, Sunny Jones, Brian Mer- rill, Becky Perkins, Trisha Croft, Johnna Goodwin, Melvin Layne, Michelle Mullins, Greg Rael, Cory Wood, Lydia Wood, Jamie Dalin, Kate Boreen, Todd Herman, Ja- mie May, Andy Perkins and Keri Merrill. Fifth-year Leader: Derrick Migneault. Tenth-year Leader: Leslie Jones. 15th-year Leaders: Gina Anderson and Cindi Fannon. 30th-year Leaders: Dave and Judy Green. Cloverbuds Cloverbuds is an opportunity for 5- to 8-year-olds that aren't old enough to enroll in projects, to gain learning opportunities. Trisha Croft guided a group of Cloverbuds in the 9ers 4-H club and Gasvoda-Kelso offered Cloverbuds as an after- school opportunity at the Greybull Elementary. Cloverbuds honored Nov. 16 were Kobe May, Weston Adams, Con- ner Hatch, Ashlyn Harris, Jer- emy Holloway, John Haley, Hal- ey Layne, Hanna Haley, Kalian Jones, Isobeila Lungren, Marty Welling and Shane Anderson. First-year Members: James Aa- gard, Brea Adams, Korbin Adams, Whitney Austin, Lauren Bates, Liberty Bates, Nicoleen Boreen, Melissa Bullinger, Jedidiah Brown, Justin Daushman, Savannah De- foe, Jada FoEs, Anthony DeFuen- tes, Charmayne Fleming, Noah Goodwin, William DeFuentes, Sterling Foss, Wyatt Good, Kaitlin Gossens, Weston Haley, Nyckalas Harvey, Tucker Hatch, Lane Her- man, Amber Huffman, Zeb Layne, Stormi Love, Dallen Mangus, Ja- cob Mangus, Blake Mautz, Jer- emy McQueary, Cayden Michaels, Mataja Mowery, Nicky Murdoch, Kyler Marchant, Carly Mosegard, Alyssa Rael, Halley Rael, Dylan Roberts, William Rolando, Kyler Sims, Sarah Stanworth, Josey Steed, Carson Stoffers, Taylor Sims, Kaitlen Stevens, Payton Thomas, Aspen Thomas, KayCee Twitchell, Davis Wrage, Skylar Wrage, Sierra Wilkerson, Larry Woodington, Chasnee Zeller and Bailee Foster. Third-year Members: Sabel An- gel, M'eganBates, Duncan Bond, ,.-Karina BorRn, Bridger Clark, Cassi Colvin, Sariah Hender- shot, Halli Jones, Brendon Laird, Chase Lewis, Emily Mangus, Meghan Mangus, Xavier Man- gus, Dusty Miller, Jennifer Park- er, Kaelan Snell, Richard Spann, Katrina Twitchell, Freedom Walk- er, Matthew Werbelow, Tatem Edeler and Madison Edeler. Fifth-year Members: Benjamin Bates, Bonnie Bates, Christine Bates, Jenna Bates, Johannes Bates, Kyle Bates, Spencer Bates, Timothy Bates, Valerie Friday, December 7 Christmas Open House, Bank of Lovell, 9-4:30 p.m. Deck The Halls Adult Home Tour 2012, 1-8 p.m. Monday, December 10 Rocky Mountain Middle/High School band concert, 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 11 Lovell Middle School/High School choir concert, Lovell Community Center, 7 p.m. BHC School District No. 1 Board, 2nd Tuesday, RMES, 8 p.m. BHC School District No. 2 Board (Lovell), 2nd Monday, board room, 7 p.m. BHC Treasurer at County Annex, /st and 3rd Thursday each month, 9a.m.- 1 p.m. Big Brothers Big Sisters office hours, 1-6 p.m. the first and third Mon- day of the month, upstairs LHS gymnasium. Big Horn Basin chapter of Gold Prospectors Association of America, Skyline Cafe in Powell, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m., 754-5921. Big Horn County 4-H Leader's Council, fst Monday, Extension Office on Hwy 310, 6:30 p.m. Big Horn County Weed and Pest monthly board meeting, 2nd Tuesday, 1 p.m., W&P office at 4782 Hwy. 310, Greybull. Byron Lions Club, 548-7543. Cancer Support Group, 3rd Thursday, 7 p.m., NHCC multi-purpose room. Cowley Riding Club, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., 307-664-2235. Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce general membership meeting, 3rd Monday, noon, place tba. Lovell Bulldog Booster Club, 3rd Wednesday, Big Horn Federal Hos- pitality Room, 7 pro. Lovell Family History Center, Sunday 6-9 p.m, Tuesday 6-9 p.m., Wednesday 10-4 and 7-9 p.m. Also by appointment. Lovell Library Family History Time, every Monday, 1-4 p.m. Lovell Library Story Time, every Tuesday, 10:30 am. Lovell Riders, Inc. meeting, 1st Friday, 7 p.m., call 548-9918 for loca- tion. Lovell Town Council, 2nd Tuesday, Town Hall, 7 p.m. Lovell Woman's Club, 2nd Wednesday, Big Horn Federal Hospitality Room, 1 p.m. Contact Deanna Wagner, 548-7793. Narcotics Anonymous, Mondays at Big Horn Federal at 7 p.m., contact Permillia, 272-8384. North Big Horn County Health Coalition, 3rd Tuesday, noon, rotating locations, 548-6410. North Big Horn Hospital Hometown Healthy Living, 1st Tuesday, 7-10 am., Lovell Community Center. All other Tuesdays at NBHH. Ostomy Support Group meeting, 2nd Tuesday, 6 - 8 p.m,, North Fork room, West Park Hospital in Cody. Plndroppers Quilt Club, 4th Thursday, 7 p.m., Mayes Fabric. 406-788- 9689. TOPS @ WY169, every St. John's Suonsoredbv Thursday, Episcopal Church base- ment in Powell, 6 p.m. 11,,,, 654-2394 TrI-Mountain View Mason- LENDER"'m ic Lodge, 2nd Thurs- FDIC Insured day, dinner 6:30 p.m, Iodge meeting 7:30p.m. Big Ho WyDOT Driver Licensing rn Facility open in Lovell every Tu.da,, g:30 Federal a.m. to 4 p.m. Carl the L ovell Chronicle Gz,yol, Powe]], Thermopolb, Cod) at 548-2217 to list your club here. Bates, Isobel Boreen, Payton Brown, Julianne Carlson, Jessa Clark, Cassidy Crosby, Ken- nedy Despain, Marshall Gibbs, Reece May, Kade Gifford, Dillon Riley, Billie Tillett, Clancy Stof- fers, Melanie Stricker, Shelby Wardell, Stevie Wamhoff, Land- on Townsend and Lisa Yager. Ninth-year Members: Cody Strauch, Cache Griffin, Payton Gonzalez, Garrick Tolman, Sar- ah Patrick and Royce Mercer. Big Horn County Fair Herds- manship Awards (judged on a criteria, which includes: cleanli- ness of pen, posters, decora- tions and being a good steward). Goat Herdsmanship: Nyckalas Harvey. Rabbit Herdsmanship: Dallen Mangus. Beef Herdsmanship: Shaylee Hixon. Sheep Herdsmanship: Lane Herman. Poultry Herdsmanship: Nycka- las Harvey. Swine Herdsmanship: Newt Butz. Micah Bates and Johannes Bates. Presentation Contest Awards Champion Senior Presentation: Quinton Migneault (earned trip to national contest). Champion Senior Impromptu: Quinton Migneault. Champion Intermediate Presen- tation: Ammon Bullinger. Champion Intermediate Im- promptu: Rachel Bullinger. Reserve Champion Intermediate Impromptu: Ammon Bullinger. Champion Intermediate Citizen- ship: Rachel Bullinger. Reserve Champion Intermediate Citizenship: Isobel Boreen. Champion Junior Citizenship: Karina Boreen. Champion Junior Impromptu: Kaitlyn Migneault. Reserve Champion Junior Im- promptu: Melissa Bullinger. NOTICE Petitions for nomination of Director for the South End Water Users Improvement and Service District must be filed with Nancy Robison, Secretary of the Board by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 8, 2013. Petitions must be signed by three electors and give the name of the nominee and term of office. Forms are available at the office of the secretary. Nancy Robison, Secretary Third Place Junior Impromptu: Tucker Hatch. Champion Junior Presentation: ' Melissa Bullinger. Reserve Champion Junior Pre- sentation: Kaitlyn Migneault. Third-place Junior Presentation: Tucker Hatch. Rate of Gain Contest Market Beef winner: Clancy Stoffers. Market Swine winner: Will Dalin. Market Sheep winner: Cole Hill and Dusty Miller. 4-H Week Window Display Contest A participation $10 check to the Swinging Cloverleaf 4*H Club in Burlington.. Receiving third-place and a $15 check the Mighty Mustangs 4-H Club in Love, Receiving second-place and a $25 check the 9'ere 4-H Club in Lovell and the first-place winner of the display contest and receiv- ing a check for $35 is the Shell Rough Riders 4-H Club of Shell and Greybull. Harvest Basket Contest It is a tradition in Big Horn Coun- ty to have the Harvest Basket Do- nation every year at Achievement Night. These baskets are then do- nated to the Department of Family Services, where they will be dis- tributed to special families, hoping to make their holiday season spe- cial from the 4-H families. Third-place, receiving $10: Shell Rough Riders. Second-place, receiving $20: The 9erE. First-place, receiving $30: Mighty Mustangs. Champion 4-H Club Secretary and Treasurers Books: Mighty Mustangs. Project Record Books: To receive a Purple on a project, a score of 80 or above out of 100 points for Intermediate and Senior Members must be met and 70 or above for Juniors. A 4-H photo frame will be award- ed to the Champion book in proj- ect categories that had 12 or more members competing. Breeding Beef: Tucker Hatch, Car- son Stoffers and Clancy Stoffers and Emma Mercer. Market Beef: Carson Stoffers, Ster- ling Foss, and Clansy Stoffers and Emma Mercer. Breeding Sheep: Weston Haley, Morgan Haley, Cody Strauch and Emma Mercer. Market Sheep: Larry Woodington, Lane Herman, Jacob Mangus, Dallen Mangus, Makayla Jones, Melissa Bullinger, Emily Mangus, Caden Welling, Katfina Twitch- ell, Alyssa Rael, Freedom Walker, Halley Rael, Matthew Werbelow, Weston Haley, Zach Simmons, Arnmon Bullinger, Jeremy Mc- Queary, Rachel Bullinger ,Meghan Mangus, Samuel Hooper, Cody Strauch, Michael Bullinger, Kara Mitchelena, Emma Mercer and Lisa Yager. Photo Frame was earned by Ra- chel Bullinger for a score of 99 out of 100. Market Swine: Zeb Layne, Will Dalin, Justin Dausman, Tren- ity Hackney, Katrina Twitchell, Karina Boreen, Freedom Walker, Weston Haley, Aspen Thomas, Morgan Haley, Dalton Bond, Iso- bel Boreen, Spur Hackney, Shel- by Wardell, Emma Mercer and Cody Strauch. Photo Frame was earned by Kar- ina Boreen for a perfect score of 100. Market Goat: Katrina Twitchell, Freedom Walker and Nyckalas Harvey. Dairy Goat: KayCee Twitchell, Katrina Twitchell, and Freedom Walker. Horse: Tucker Hatch, Justin Dausman, Trenity Hackney, Jada FoEs, Karina Boreen, Matthew Werbelow, Morgan Haley, Dal- ton.Bond, Isobel Boreen, Shelby Wardell, Taylor Werbelow, and Mary Schwope. Photo Frame was earned by Kar- ina Boreen for a perfect score of 100. Dog: Luke Serfass, Melissa Bull- inger, Morgan Haley, Ammon Bullinger, Rachel Bullinger, Michael Bullinger, and Mary Schwope. Rabbit: Jacob Mangus, Emily Mangus, Alyssa Hueckstaedt and Tiffany Hueckstaedt. Cake Decorating: Jacob Mangus, Makayla Jones, Jada Foss, Ma- cayla Stricker, Carly Mosegard, Lisa Yager, and Melanie Stricker. Photo Frame: Macayla Stricker for a perfect score of 93. Foods and Nutrition: Makayla Jones, Emily Mangus, KayCee Twitchell, Katrina Twitchell, Kar- ina Boreen, Macayla Stricker, Isobel Boreen, Samuel Hoop- er, Emma Mercer and Melanie Stricker. Photo Frame: Macayla Stricker with a score of 96. Gardening: Bonnie Bates. Fabric & Fashion: Melissa Bull- inger, Emily Mangus, Katrina Twitchell, Karina Boreen, Isobel Boreen, Bonnie Bates and Mary Schwope. Photography: Megan Bates, Jada Foss, Zach Simmons, Tiffany Hueckstaedt, Bonnie Bates, and Lisa Yager. Photo Frame was earned by Lisa Yager for a score of 93. Quilting: Jacob Mangus, Makayla Jones and Zach Simmons. Crochet: Bonnie Bates. Robotics: Luke Serfass and Am- mon Bullinger. Visual Arts: Megan Bates, Mat- thew Werbelow, Ammon Bull- inger, Rachel Bullinger, Samuel Hooper, Emma Mercer and Bon- nie Bates. Woodworking: Tucker Hatch, Ma- cayla Stricker, Bonnie Bates and Samuel Hooper Aerospace: Zachary Simmons. Entomology: Karina Boreen and Weston Haley. Sports Fishing: Makayla Jones. Jr. Leaders: Samuel Hooper. Self Determined: Mason Werbelow. Shooting Sports: Tucker Hatch, Will Dalin (rifle, shot gun and ar- chery), Lane Herman, Weston Haley, Morgan Haley, Isobel Boreen, Cody Strauch and Lisa Yager. State shoot patches: Tucker Hatch, Payton Brown, Quinton Hibbert, Cache Griffin, Drayton Griffin, Weston Haley, Will Dalin, Morgan Haley, Allysa Huecks- taedt, Brendon Laird, Lisa Yager, Wyatt Good, Nicky Murdoch and Cody Strauch. Overall Champion and Reserve Champion High Point Record Books Champion Sr. Record Book: Lisa Yager. Reserve Champion Sr. Record Book: Cody Strauch. Champion Intermediate Record Book: Rachel Bullinger and Emma. Mercer (tie). Reserve Champion Intermediate Record Book: Ammon Bullinger. Champion Junior Record Book: Karina Boreen. Reserve Champion Junior Re- cord Book: Tucker Hatch. High Point Horse High Point Horse is determined from a point system based on placements earned in events at County Fair. The award is earned by the 4-H horse. Senior High Point Horse award, donated by TnT Tack: Taylor Werbelow. Intermediate High Point Horse award, donated by Wyoming Longhorns: Jordan Flitner. Junior High Point Horse award, donated by Wyoming Longhorns: Trenity Hackney. Recognition of 4-H Council President: Chelle Schwope, Vice President: Pam Flitner, Secretary: Raelene Wood, Treasurer: Tammy Yager, and active members: Cam- my Griffin, Linda Schwope, Lydia Wood, Cory Wood, Kerri Merrill, Brian Merrill, Becky Perkins, Andy Perkins and Tracy Haley. Recognition of Junior Leaders Samuel Hooper, Samuel Brown, Timothy Bates, Jenny Hoff, Mi- cah Bates, Jenna Bates, Aman- da Cowan, Johannes Bates, Lisa Yager, Kyle Bates, Kaitie Hoff, Benjamin Bates, Sarah Patrick, Valerie Bates, Mary Schwope, Tai Lynn Miller, Dakota Bond, Cary Stevenson and Bonnie Bates. to provide a brighter in our community! the at TifF! Bring this coupon and a new, unwrapped toy into one of the following convenient drop-off locations by December 18th, and receive ss00* offyour TCT bill! 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