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SIDNEY HERALD Learning SUNDAY, MAY 18, 2014 7A SUBMITTED Quilts at spring exhibit Sidney High School students, from left Jozi Moore, Toree Torte and Leah Larsan, created quilts and displayed them during the Howard Eicholtz Spring Exhibit at Sidney High School. The seniors completed the quilts during their fashion and fiber tech classes in the family and consumer sciences department. Moore and Larson also created "Log Cabin" quilts during an adult education class at Quilts and More. Some quilts were for gifts and some for fundraiser including one for the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County. Local artist launches kickstarter for fashion photo documentary Megan Grotzke is rolling out a 30-day kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. Her documentary project is "Sunday Best: a pho- tographic exploration of fashion in Montana." She will travel to every part of the state photo- graphing 50 subjects in their favorite outfit, or "Sunday best," from ranchers to hipsters and everywhere in-between. The project will be available in book form when the museum exhibit opens at Sidney's MonDak Heritage Center in 2015. This is Grotzke's first museum exhibit, and she is attempting to raise $5,000 in just one month to fund it. "Some of the funds will go toward travel expenses, but a majority of the money will be spent on film, processing, printing and framing for the show," Grotzke said. "I will be using a 35mm camera for the entire project, and all the funds will be going to support local Montana busi- nesses." She will use The Dark- room in Missoula exclusive- ly for photography needs, and a local frame shop will handle the rest. According to Grotzke's kickstarter page: "Montana has its share of characters: kooky old hippies, gruff ranchers, Missoula hipsters, blinged-out cowgirls, greasy punk rockers and trustafar- ians with salon dreads.The list goes on forever. But we are so much more than that. Montanans are more diverse and multi-dimensional than the outside world could ever guess. My goal with this project is to show the world just how much panache is packed into 147,046 square miles. It will be a public dis- play of style in the raw." Grotzke is accepting in- quiries about participation in the project at Sunday- The kickstarter campaign is at https://www.kickstarter. com/projects/sundaybest/ sunday-best-a-photographic- exploraon-of-fashion. SUBMITTED The Sidney Middle School Players prepare for their performance of "To Art and Beyond." School oley set for Thursda'r How does art speak to you? A group of bored and disconnected students ar- rive at an art museum for a class field trip. They are met by magic and mayhem as works of art literally leap to life. The stu- dents encounter paintings and sculptures as they never have before and learn that there is so much more to art than meets the eye. The Sidney Middle School Players present the stage play "To Art and Beyond" at the Sidney Middle School auditorium Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The local production is sponsored by The Eagle Foundation and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colorado. Adult admission is $5 and cost for students is $2.50. Children 5 and under are admitted free. Cast members include eighth graders Patrick Prince, Kyle Topp, Sophie Watson, Scottlynn Anglesey, Adam Guy Holt and Luke Turek. Seventh-graders are Josh Delaney, Austin Clock, Yarenci Gonzalez, Amanda Wilsonand Kanitha Cha- roenpanich. Sixth-graders are Jade Henning, Ashlin Hallonquist, Emily Domier, Autumn Davidson and Con- suelo "Lolo" Falkenhagen. Area students offered MUS honor scholarships The Student Financial Services Office within the Montana University System is pleased to announce that students in the local area were offered the Montana University System Honor Scholarship. Area students receiving the award were Tresha Sanders, Sidney, and Amber Friesz, Fairview. The MUS Honor Schol- arship is a renewable scholarship offered by the Montana Board of Regents that waives undergradu- ate tuition for up to eight semesters at any campus of the Montana University System or Dawson, Flathead Valley or Miles community colleges. Students offered this scholarship must be graduates of an accredited Montana high school with a minimum grade point aver- age of 3.4 at the end of their seventh semester in high school, take either the ACT or SAT standardized test, meet college preparatory requirements and attend an eligible campus. In 2007, the Board of Re- gents authorized a statewide high school competition based on a GPA rank- ing score combined with an ACT composite score creating a total MUS Honor Scholarship composite score from which students offered the scholarship were selected. This year 247 scholarships were offered statewide, the following students in this area have been offered a MUS Honor Scholarship. (The students listed below have given SFS permission to print and/or distribute their names for publicationJ Yarenci Gonzalez is the Student of the Month for April at the Sidney Middle SchooL Yarenci is a pleasant, hardworking, responsible student who is driven to succeed, yarenci engages herself into lessons and does whatever is asked of her the lust time. She is supportive to Yarenei Gonzalez herpeets both in and out of the classroom. Yarenci appreciates her teachers and her peers. She is a positive role model for her peers and a model student at SMS. Yarenci is involved in STAND and the school play. She is the daughter of Irma and Alvam Gonzalez. The Mathematics Dept is happy to recognize Sam Reid as the student of the month. He is the son of Gary and Hyunae Reid. Sam is currently taking Calculus, the most advanced mathematics class at the high school. Sam has a curious mind, and often asks questions beyond the scope of his Sam Reid assignments to help deepen his understanding of the topic. Sam has challenged himself his senior year with a rigorous set of courses to prepare him well for his career goal. He was intrigued by a visit from a petroleum engineer to the classroom last year and set that career as his goal. He has since researched what he needed to do meet that goal and has worked very hard to be prepared to enter Montana Tech next year and be successful. Birthda May 20th \\; I am pleased to report that the Student of the Month for the month of April is Laura Elmore. Laura is the 1st period attendance aide for Charlie Clock Laura has a very pleasant and fi'iendly demeanor. She has a genuine concern for the feelings of others. Lfiura greets visitors in the office with a warm smile and answers questions in a Laura Elmore gracious manner. Her responsibilities include filing, answering phones and making copies among other office related tasks. Laura has an excellent work ethic while completing her assigned duties and does so with a positive attitude. She does everything that is asked of her without complaint and asks for any extra work to keep herself occupied. Laura is an outstanding person Who possesses the positive qualifies which make her a valuable asset to the office staff. She is the daughter of James and Melissa Elmore and Mar (406) 488-1946 225 14th St. S.E., Sidney, Montana Katherine M. Bidegaray DISTRICT JUDGE Your Support Will be Appreciated Work Ethic * Integrity Professional Competence >5 x = Paid for by Thomas J. Irigoin and Lorilee Norby, Deputy Treasurers, PO Box 18, Sidney, MT 59270 Walk-ins Welcome Here's what one of our patient had to say after one treatment. I came in with shoulder and arm pain. 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