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NEWS LOCAL NEWS Sunrise Festival of the Arts schedule Join the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture in the 29th Annual Sunrise Festival of the Arts at Veterans Memorial Park July 13. The schedule for entertainment goes as followed: 7:40 am. —— Barre Session with Anya Schwarz 8 a.m. — Festival Kickoff 8:10 am. —— Barre Session 2 with Anya Schwarz 8:40 am. Felix Becker (Pianist) 9:05 am. — Blake Benson (Rap Musician) 9:30 am. — Cutting Edge Dance Studio Performance 10 am. — Vernon Milendaer (Soloist) 10:30 am. — Sidney Tendo (Tae Kwon Do Demonstration) 11 am. — Sunrise Brass Performance 11:55 am. Sidney Gymnastics Club 12:20 pm. — Local Fashion Show 1 pm. — Halverson Brothers 1:30 pm. — Justin Redick 2 pm. — Chamber Bingo 2:30 pm. — A Capital in Ruin 3:40 pm. — Jordyn Flournoy (soloist) NEWS One mother. One daughter. Three possible dads. Mamma Mia, the world—wide phenomenon, is making it’s Fort Peck Summer Theatre (FPST) debut. Bursting with dozens of ABBA’s famous hits, this spectacle musical guarantees to leave audiences dancing in the aisles. Get tickets now, as this is sure to be a standing-room only production. Making her FPST debut, Carolyn McPhee stars as Donna, alongside Glasgow native Hailey Stone as her daughter Sophie, and Jacob SlDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJUNE 23. 20|9 A7 Herrera as the groom-toe be. Alicia Bullock-Muth and Darci Monsos play Donna’s former backup singers, Rosie and Tanya, with David Cody (Head of Vocal Performance at University of Montana), Royce McIntosh (National Tours of Mamma Mia, Elf and South Pacific) and Andy Meyers as the three possible dads. Mamma Mia is directed by Joseph Martinez, Artistic Director of Missoula Children's Theatre, with Musical Direction by Luree Green-Chappell and choreography by Meyers. FPST alum Theresa Jenson returns as Scenic Designer. Mamma Mia debuts at Fort Peck Summer Jheatre Performances are: - Friday June 28, Friday, Ju- |y 5, and Saturday, July 6, at 7:30 pm. Sunday June 23, Sunday, June 30, and Sunday, July 7, at 4 pm. o Saturday, June 29, at 1 pm. For more information call 406-526—9943 or visit the online box office at fortpecktheatre. org. Following Mamma Mia, the 2019 season continues with: - The Marvelous Wonderettes: July 12 —July 21 Peter Pan: July 26 ~ August 11 - On Golden Pond: August 16 — September 1 LOCAL NEWS Hometown Throw-down promotes shopping local SUBMITTED BY BILL VANDER WEElE To promote shopping in Sidney’s downtown area, a “Hometown Throw-down” sale will take place on Wednes- day, June 26. The sidewalk sales type of event will fea— ture special offers from a wide variety of down- town businesses. Hours of the promotion are during regular busi- ness hours. Johnson Hardware will provide lemon- ade throughout the day. Meadowlark Public House” is plan- ning to offer brats. Other businesses are also planning to have refreshments. Sports injuries Diabetic foot care 1 \r ' v Helping you put your best foot forward. I - Bunions and hammertoes - Arthritis and joint disease Nerve and tendon disorders Businesses that have already ex- pressed interest in taking part include Sidney Mercantile, The Merge, Johnson Hardware, J’z Fash- ion Threadz, White Drug, Meadowlark, Party Central, Plan- et Hair, Anytime Fit— ness, Fu Hao Restau- rant, Temple Tattoo, Montana Bear Cave, Ribbon & Rail, Sun- ny’s Restaurant, BOSS, Thee Beau- tique and Meraki Boutique. Mark your calen- dars and get ready to visit the hometown stores for this sum- mer sale. When foot and ankle problems cause you pain or affect your mobility, ourfootand ankle experts at Trinity Health provide advanced care With a personalized approach to get you back on yourfeet. Delivering adults and children more leading-edge treatments for': To make an appointment, call 701-857-3584. Or visit Momma, y‘ i a - Fractures, sprains, and strains - Heel pain and flat feet - Ingrown toenails and warts o Ankle pain and instability TRINITY Volunteers in Action &JustServe make it easy to find ways to help Something that makes Rich- land County such a great place to live is the abundance of ser- vice-minded community mem- bers always willing to lend a helping hand. Unfortunately, finding information about ser- vice opportunities can be chal- lenging but Volunteers in Action is working to overcome'this struggle. Molly Brodhead is a Commu- nities in Action Corps member serving with RSVP at the Rich— land County Health Department. She has recently been working with a committee of volunteers and service organizations called Volunteers in Action. Their mis— sion is to connect community partners and nonprofits to a net— work of resources. Volunteers in Action is teaming up with Kris— tine Gifford, the JustServe spe— cialist for Eastern Montana, to advance these efforts and pro- mote the services of the website., is a free service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that uses the power of the internet to connect willing volunteers with various organizations and indi- viduals needing help. Local faith, civic, nonprofit, and governmen— tal agencies post their volunteer needs on the JustServe website where community members can See all the ai/ailable oppor- tunities-invthe_<area and choose‘ to help based'on their interes't‘i‘ time, and availability. The concept is fairly simple. "At JustServe, we believe that HEALTH nothing should get in the way of organizations and volunteers coming together to do good things for the community, so we help make this happen for free,” reads the introductory message on the website. Users of may sign up as either individuals or organizations. On the “Projects” page, they see the number of service opportunities within a self-selected distance from their homes. This allows them to view information about each project with hopes of finding the best match for their availability. Many state and local govern- ments are using JustServe to promote volunteer needs invtheir communities. School districts can use the site to find volunteer opportunities for scholarship applicants and student organi- zations, such as National Honor Society. JustServe is also being used to recruit volunteers to help those affected by natural disasters and other emergencies. One ongoing opportunity is Volunteers Beautifying Sidney, “Emmott which is a group of volunteers that meets weekly to work on maintenance projects through— out the community. If you’re looking for a summer activi- ty to do with your family, this might just be perfect for you to do together! The listing can be found on the website where contact and possible location information is also provided. Other volunteer opportunities include reading with kids at the Sidney-Richland library, helping with activities at Sidney Health Center’s Extended Care, and cataloging items at the MonDak SkilledNursing Heritage Center. These are just a few of the many opportunities available at if you would like to become a volunteer or if your organiza- tion is in need of volunteers, visit justserveorg and sign up today. JustServe is also available in app stores for both Android and Apple devices. For more in- formation about Volunteers in Action and JustServe, contact Molly Brodhead, mbrodhead@ or Kristine Gifford, Tmmme FgaeralExpenses {£33 £3le swat}: a r ‘3. g... W or: Grit tie a: . “J x M treasure {USA Phone: (406) 488-4366 3"" ‘ V“ Fax: (406) 630-4433 Switch to EZpay, Get a $10 Reynolds Gift Card Plus when you sign up for EZ Pay you get your ALL ACCESS PASS! 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