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A6 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 26, 20V? LOCAL NEW?” First graders become published authors and illustrators BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald When the school year started, students in Kayla Vine’s first grade class never expected they would end the year being published authors and illustrators. Tuesday morning, Vine’s class held their Red Carpet Reveal for their book, “A Recipe For Kindess.” After months of preparing, the book was finally finished and ready to be shown off. With spoon- fuls of hugs, pots of love and silliness, Vine’s class had a book full of great recipes. “Mrs. Vine printed kindness words,” Alai~ na ()lmstead said, “We got to raise our hands and say kindness words that she wrote on the board. Then we got to pick the words we want- ed for our recipe and draw a picture.” Vine said she got the idea from other teach- ers. She was able to find a publisher through Scholastic and got start— ed on the project. “We started back in February. We did rough drafts, corrections, rc~ writes, drawing and col— oring. Then I had to go over every pencil line with a Sharpie! That. was a lot of work," Vine said. “I chose to have sil« liness in my recipe be- cause a lot of my friends are silly and I am too,” said another student, Myra Wieland. This is the third book that Vine has put togeth- er with her first graders. The first year, the book was about amazing ani- mals. The second year was imaginary friends. As other students filed in and out of the cafete- ria to look at all the dif- ferent pages, some of them talked about hav- ing done a book them- selves when they were in Vine’s class. “I just made mine up,” Da: Carranza said. “But we had to have kindness in our recipe because that’s what we learned about.” PHOTO BY NICOLE LU INA, SIDNEY HERALD Mrs. Vine’s first grade class with their book"A Recipe for Kindness." “For our recipe we had to pick out some kind- ness words, tell how we’d make them and then how to serve it,” said first grader Janessa Vincent. “The kids were so ex- cited! You know, after reading books all year Foundation for Community Care announces 2019 scholars Foundation for Com— munity Care is pleased to announce the win- ners of its 2019 schol- arship awards. The scholarship program was established to help Richland County resi- dents continued access to quality healthcare professionals. Below is 'a list of recipients, their field of choice, award amount, and the college or university they attend. In order to qualify for this award, you must have attend- ed at least one year of formal education beyond high school. Grade Point Averages are also a factor. . Brianna Reid: Registered Nurse $1,000.00 University of Jamestown Faith Vitt: Registered Nurse $1,000.00 Montana State University Kelly Danielson: Registered Nurse $1,000.00 University of Mary Mandy Hall: Speech Language Pathologist $1,000.00 Eastern New Mexico University Nichole Murdoch: Registered Nurse $1,000.00 Williston State College - Sarah Farrow; Registered Nurse $1,000.00 North Dakota State University - Tierney Messmer: Healthcare Administration $1,000.00 Montana State University - Billings - Whitney Thiel: Family Nurse Practitioner $1,000.00 Cox College - Johren Carpenter: Medical Doctor $3,000.00 Seattle Pacific UniverSIty Again in 2019, the Found.“t ’ 'm r ‘so offered the Jessrca Ann Van- natta scholarship, spe- cifically for education- al career training. Edu- cation and health have been closely linked, with community mem- bers living longer, more productive lives when they have access to quality educational resources. This year’s recipient is: Abigail Reitz: Secondary So- cial Science Education $1,000.00 North Dakota State University To donate to the Foundation’s Health- care Scholarship Fund, contact the staff at (406) 488—2273 or send your contribution to 221 2nd St. NW, Sidney, MT 59270. Memorial gifts may also be given to the Healthcare Schol- arship Fund. To do— nate online or for more information please go to foundationforcom- munitycareorg andrfol- low us oh’Fac‘ebook‘for and then for them to find out that they get to be authors; it’s really ex- citing,” Vine said. While the students made their own reci- pes and drawings to go along with them, it was third grade teacher Jenny Baker who de- signed the cover for the book. “I usually do it, but’l was out of ideas,” Vine said. “My favorite part of the whole thing is how proud they are at the end when they get to see the book and it’s fin- ished. I just love that.” Rau awarded scholarship Jaycie Rau was awarded‘the 55,00: ’bll and Clona Hawley Scholarship by Lance Averett; Worshipful Master of Lower Yellowstone Lodge #90 in Sidney. all the latest news and photos. 406-774-3475 Lambeit. Mi Automotive Tune—Ups « in" Windshield Replacement Br Auto & Ag .. Air Conditioning Repair 3 Your Spot for Quality car f‘ Care at a Great Price , 0 Free Estimates 0 Work with Your Insurance Company ' All Work Guaranteed 0' Foreign & Domestic 0 Open Monday-Friday 8-5 and Special Hours by Appointment REDUCE POVERTY AND Bastion DEVELOPMENT 5 724 E. Main Street a Sidney, MT'59270 406-433-1015 V like us on W a, . . . . Call the quit line today or for more information Contact the game“ . Richland County Health Department o 406-433-2207