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SIDNEY HERALD milestones SUNDAY, MAY 18, 2014 34 VIRTUAL SHOOTING RANGE Leo Club donation SARAH BLOOM I SIDNEY HERALD The Leo Club made a donation to the America Cancer Society Wednesday. Presenting the chock was Rietta lversen, middle, to local representative Marsha Buckley, left, and division representative Lisa Guckenberger. 'Treasured" Montana artist selected Secretary of State Linda McCulloch this week introduced photographer Todd Klassy, Havre, as the next "Treasured" Montana artist. McCulloch selected Klassy from a competitive field of candidates for his abil- ity to capture a side of Montana that goes largely unrecognized beyond our borders. "Our prairies and plains are as signifi- cant as our mountains," McCulloch said. "There's history in that old grain eleva- tor, cattle herd and rusted sign you pass 100-miles from the last traffic light, and Todd tells the story beautifully." Klassy was raised on a farm and says it was always his dream to photograph the back roads and hidden corners of Montana. His fondness for the state extends to rural landmarks and all those whose culture and way of life is "threatened by the hands of time." McCulloch's "Treasured" Artist distinc- tion culminates with an exhibit in Mon- tana's State Capitol. Klassy's exhibit will be on display May through September in the front lobby of the Secretary of State's office. Past and present "Treasured" Montana Artist exhibits are featured in an online gallery at sos.mt.gov/Gallery. Additional works can be viewed on Klassy's website at toddklassy.com. Births Aria Lynn Cannella Aria Lynn Cannella was Aria joins siblings Ricky, born April 26, 2014, to Chris- Bryana, Anne and Alexan- tina and Arthur Cannella. dria. She weighed 8 pounds. Hayes Edward Hutzenbiler Hayes Edward Hutzen- biler was born May 13, 2014, to Jana and Randal Hutzen- brier, Savage. He weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces. Grandparents are Randal and Janice Hutzenbiler, Bismarck, N.D., Kim Shump, Upper Sandusky. Ohio, and Lee and Patty Stump, Upper Sandusky. Ohio. Hayes joins siblings Kolby and Kevin. Abbigate Marie Kinsey Abbigale Marie Kinsey was born May 2, 2014, to par- ents Kyla Schwartzmiller and Thomas Kinsey. She weighed 4 pounds, 8 ounces. Grandparents are Canal Kinsey, Mark Kinsey and Tim Schwartzmiller. Wise 00Minon00kota Midwest Built. Midwest Tough. Guaranteed for Life. m0ws I D00,s AND SO MUCH U Craig Averett Tim Averet BIG SKY m Kip Swearingen Your I wings to Billings. capeair.com 800-CAPE-AIR *Fares are subject to availability and other significant conditions. Fares may change without notice, and are not guaranteed until ticketed Free Estmes Professional Installation 406"482"2616- ,o,, Free 1-866-482-2616 Showroom 609 South Central Ave., Sidney www.bigskysidingandwindows.com Boys & Girls Club keeps receiving strong support from community BY BILL VANDER WEELE SIDNEY HERALD Now there's a fast, reliable way to get to and from Billings for business or pleasure. Hop on an easy, affordable flight and be there 3 times faster. Book online today. Havre Glasgow It. Wolf Point ." ... Sidney : ." - .. ' : '" "" ..-.0 - - ,' .. ,." Glendive Billings ,rom$49* each way, including all taxes and fees A strong sign of the solid support for the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County could be seen when more than 300 people attended the club's annual banquet and dinner in March. "We were blown away with the turnout," Marissa Schoepp, president of the club's board, said. "We were all impressed with everything, and everybody had a good time. It was a great crowd." Schoepp and other board members are pleased that the community still strongly supports the club. Almost all the auction donations came from local businesses, and the great majority of auction winners were area residents. Donations included Dan Goss' time as auctioneer. A total of $45,500 was raised that evening. The Sidney School District has also con- tinued its support of the club. The school district has confirmed that the club can use Central Elementary Club at its site for one more year. The club is thankful for the sup- port from school officials. The club is ending the school year with 140-145 members. Average daily attendance is 70-90 students. Schoepp is pleased by how parents are becoming more active in sup- porting the program. The club is still in the process of hiring a new executive director. "That would help tremendously." Schoepp said. Early Bird golf tournament set for May 31 The eighth annual Early Bird Golf Scramble is gear- ing up for a May 31 tee off at the Sidney Country Club. The Early Bird is a great chance for local golfers to get their feet wet in tour- nament play early in the season. Sponsored by many lo- cal businesses including Advanced Solutions, high- lights of the tournament include: The Chip Shot Contest sponsored by Shootin' Blanks and Sundheim- Elliott Memorial Founda- tion. The grand prize is a flat screen TV. Tournament participants will'be given an opportunity to purchase attempts to chip a ball into a designated floating landing area on one of the course ponds to move on to the next round of the chip-off. The chip-off to the winner will be conducted following the Mitchell's Oil Field Services' awards dinner. The Mitchell's Oil Field Services' awards dinner will immediately follow play Awards will be handed out for hole prizes on every hole. The scramble cham- pions and randomly drawn second and third place teams will be awarded. The Corporate Cup travelling trophy will also be awarded to the winning local busi- ness team. Participants must be present to win the hole prizes. The Sunrise Women's Clinic continues to put on the Early Bird Golf Tour- nament in order to provide early pregnancy diagnosis and life affirming educa- throughout the entire Mon- dak region and is the only organization of its kind in the area. To register simply pick " WOOD GROUP 00PSH tion on options, as well as education on pregnancy up a brochure at the Sidney and parenting. Centered in Country Club or call Shelee Richland County, Sunrise at Sunrise, 406-433-7772. serves the needs of people You're never a stranger at the... 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