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SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 2019 A] Written by Fort Peck Summer Theatre (FPST) alum Roger Bean, The Marvelous Wonderettes makes it FPST debut to cel- ebrate Bean and the theatre's 50th anni- versary. This smash off-Broadway hit ventures back to the 1958 Springfield High School prom and fol- lows a female singing group, whose hopes and dreams are as big as their beehives and crinoline skirts. The score includes over 30 classic 50s and 60s songs, sure to keep audiences smiling during this must-take trip down memory lane. The Marvelous Won- derettes are played by Chae Clearwood, re- turning to FPST after a year hiatus, Glasgow native Rachel Lynn Pewitt and newcomers Haley Alexa Court and LA based Nikki Elena Spies. Scott Koljonen, Evan Goldhahn and K.C. Isaman comprise the on-stage band. FPST Artistic Di- rector Andy Meyers serves as Director/ Choreographer, with Koljonen as Musical Director. Costume De- signer Susan Crook- shanks has build all new outfits for the pro- duction, based on the famous Butterick Pat- terns of the time peri- od. Crookshanks spent 18 seasons as the cos- tume shop manager at &crea !i!!i Bigfork Summer Play- house and a handful of seasons at Arizona Broadway Theatre. Performances are July 12 - July 21; Fri- day & Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. For more in- formation call 406-526- 9943 or visit the online box office at fortpeck- Following The Mar- velous Wonderettes, the 2019 season contin- ues with: Peter Pan: July 26 - Aug. 11 On Golden Pond: Aug. 16- Sept. 1 Meghan Paige Krugler Meghan Paige Krugler, born Oct. 4, 2004, to parents Cole and Nichole (Bouchard) Krugler and sister Ella, passed away on July 5, 2019. A funeral will be held Thursday, July 11, at 10 a.m at Pilgrim Congregational Church in Billings. Appreciating the moment SUBMITTED BY CHRIS,TY RINDAHL Big sister Hadli Williams shares a Fourth of July moment with little brother Rhett Williams as they watch fireworks in the street. TrainND Northwest is pleased to announce the re-launch of its well control training pro- gram this August after a 12-month hiatus for program changes. TrainND Northwest will offer the following three International As- sociation of Drilling Contractors (IADC) courses and associated training: IADC WellSharp Drilling Operations Su- pervisor with optional IADC WellSharp Drill- ing Operations Supple- ment Course for Work- over-- Aug. 6-10 IADC WellSharp Oil & Gas Operator Repre- sentative -- Aug. 12-16 Upon completion of each course, students will receive certifica- tion from IADC. "Well control train- ing is a vital compo- nent of the oil and gas drilling industry," ex- plained Martin Walters, an IADC instructor of well control. "It is much more than just being compliant by passing a standardized test. It is important that per- sonnel understand and retain the information and principles so that they are able to work quickly and decisively under stress." TrainND Northwest offers a realistic training experience using a full-size drilling, pro- duction and workover simulator with advanced 3-dimensional graphics. The well control train- ing program will be of- fered every other month moving forward. For curriculum and delivery, TrainND Northwest has part- nered with Petroleum College International to ensure the highest qual- ity hands-on training in the Williston area for well control. "Well control is in- tegral to the drilling process," stated IADC Accreditation Opera- tions Vice President, Mark Denkowski. "Maintaining control of the well, throughout the lifecycle of a well, is crucial to ensuring safe, efficient, and en- vironmentally sound operations. IADC's Well- Sharp training program addresses this critical component to the drill- ing process through detailed, technical coursework developed by industry veterans. WellSharp courses were designed to ensure that everyone who has well control responsibilities, regardless of position, has role-specific well control training." TrainND Northwest offers a realistic train- ing experience using a full-size drilling, production and work- over simulator with ad- vanced 3-dimensional graphics. Costs for the courses are: IADC WellSharp Drilling Operations Su- pervisor Course, four- day training -- $1,350 IADC WellSharp Drilling Operations Supplement Course for Workover, one-day training -- $300 IADC WellSharp Oil & Gas Operator Repre- sentative, five-day train- ing- $1,495 "We are excited to Offer this important pro- gram to ensure that our workforce goes to work confident and returns home safe when their shift is over," explained Bonnie Finch, Opera- tions Manager at Train- ND Northwest. Interested individu- als can now register for this program. Registra- tion remains open until the Friday before the first day of class or until filled. There are limited seats available due to the practical nature of the training and allow- ing each student suffi- cient time on the train- ing simulators. For more informa- tion on this training or TrainND Northwest, please contact Kenley Nebeker at 701.713.3780 or kenley.nebeker@wil- For more informa- tion, please visit wil-, call 1.888.863.9455, or stop by 1410 University Av- enue, Williston, North Dakota. THANK YOU TO THE 2019 RODEO SPONSORS: Friday Night Rodeo Main Event Sponsor: Duane & Sherry Mitchell 7 }