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Lambert WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2004 9A FRED MI!.LER I SIDNEY HERAtD With a smile, Chantel Verschoot, left, dishes out pork and beef prepared by the Lambert Volun- teer Fire Department for revel- ers attending the Lambert Fourth of July celebration. Right, from left, members of the Lambert Fire Department, Chase, Tony and David Ver- schoot cover a mast with bar- becue sauce, pepper and onions. Hard GE 1 II starting at $99 0,000 BTU w/remote (AGQIOACGI) Save on refrigerators, freezers, washer, dryer, ranges, microwaves and air conditioners. reg. $369 NOW $329 to Beat On Selection, Price & Service Since 1937 111 E. Main, Sidney 433-2018 Fourth of July celebration BY FRED MILLER SIDN[Y HERALD Step one: you'll need 600 pounds of meat, plus bushels of onions, pork and beans, coleslaw and watermelon. Step two: find somebody willing to sacrifice a night of sleep to ensure all the meat is While in town, shop our great selection of Furniture Carpet Window Coverings 302 E. Main, Sidney 433-1005 cooked by noon the next day. Based on the high turnout of previous years' cookouts, the Lambert Volunteer Fire Department expected be- tween 800 and 1,000 people to attend this year's Indepen- dence Day barbecue. The INFD bought the pork, beef and fixings largely with money donated by local peo- ple and oil companies. Fire- fighter Shawn Lien built a brand-new grill, dubbed "the Holstein," to handle some of the volume of meat. Volun- teers began preparing the meat late at night. Rick Mullin grilled through the wee hours of the morning. The result: overflowing plates of tender, juicy barbe- cued food that melted off the fork. 433-CARS (2277) 24 Hours Wrecker at the District 3 Star Tourn Sidney All Ju II ament in Ju 1-800-237-7781 I BoU I l & I I "" Delivery, Inc. I Sidne 433-1733 INC. PRINT SHOP MW Sidney, MT *Air *Installation Owned and operated by John and Darlene Fran~ Sidney it" 433-1983 Cell1 minutes www.tri-cnty.c0m S. Central Ave., Sidney 406-433.1402 S Central . 433-2402 The Richland County 14-15-year-old All Star team includes, front from left, Lance Johnson, Josh Nollmeyer, Ty Tescher, Marshal Donahue, Chris Lee and Tyrell Sveet; back, Coach Gary Tescher, Eric Ler, Coach Dal Zodow, Sam Meehon, Brett Zadow, Kelsey Brown, John VanEvery and Coach Ron Brown. Not pictured are Coach Jeff Thomas, Trent Thomas, Kraig Baker, Joel Kessler and David Gustafson. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 4p.m. Thurs., July 8 Game3 Game1 Hi-Line East Glendive Fri.,July9 Game7 Glendive Sidney Game 4 Miles City Hi-Line East Game5 Hi-Line West Glendive Sat., July10 Hi-Line East Hi-Line West Game8 Glendive Miles City Game9 Hi-Line East Sidney Sun., July il Game11 Second: Third: Game 12 First: Fourth: Game13 Loser 12: Loser 12: 3rd- Game 2 Game 6 Game 10 Game 14 Hi-Line West Miles City Hi-Line West Winner 11: 7p.m. Sidney Sidney Miles City Winner 12: 1 st- The top 4 teams after pool play ends Saturday night will play 2 rounds on Sunday. Position for Sunday's play will be determined by pool play record. First tie breaker will be head to head. Second tie breaker will be total runs allowed. Third tie breaker will be a coin toss. 2nd Gll G13 3rd 1st G14 G12 4th Brenner, Averett & Co., P.C. Certified Public Accountants 121 S. Central Ave., Sidney 433-5464 Sidney 433-4370 I~"''CU''~L Furniture 1051 S. Central, Sidney 616 S. Central Ave., Sidney 433-7827 MOErN~.I~IfDTA UTILITIES CO. A ~V~ of MDU me~O~r~ Gt~, l~. 1-800-MDU-FAST 1151 South Central . ~ Sidney ~,~" 433-2305 "Serving the MonDak area since 1961" 114 2nd Ave. S.E., Sidney 433-1411 ~~~"ev1 I ~CROP"CARE ...we are your story! 310 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney ' ~2403 ww~:sidneyhera]d.corn