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SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10,2019 AI3 i: ~r r BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald Volunteers in Action was developed around community needs to have a volunteer clearing house, create more volunteer opportunities, capture workplace incentives to volunteer, create intergenerational opportunities, promote volunteer opportunities that already exist, provide volunteer trainings and assess how and why volunteers like to get involved with an organization. A survey was put Out by Volunteers in Action in May of 2018 to showed 21.02 Another 30.57 percent reported they volunteer at a faith bas~ organ~ation, which exceeds all othel::Service organizations. Surveyed par~id~nts that said they didn t.know howto find volunteer opportunities was at 35,7! percent, while 45;~ ~rcent of participants said they did~ t have enough time for anymore volunteer activitiesl :::~ii'~ ,!:~i~ i ~ir'employer, ~ch~;~hUrch: ~r other agency provid~ ~rlcentive~ fo~ ~ : i '~iunt~ring,~Entive~ ind~de ~aid ti~ Charitable donatibR f~an otgar4zat[on ~! free meals, sCholar~liips an~ ~ : . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. ~ !~.~:~ b BY SUBMITTED BILL VANDER WEELE Sidney Chamber Artist Holly Nickoloff knows the Sunrise Festi- val of the Arts in Sidney is a special time for ven- dors and area residents alike. After all, the owner of True North Crafts Holly in Ct b. rtson greW up in Sidney, July 13 ill mark the second time that Nickoloff is a vendor during the annu- al event held at Veterans Memorial Park. "It was probably one of my best shows," Nickol- off said of her time at the Sunrise Festival in 2017. "The Arts in the Park was something I always looked forward to grow- ing up." Most of her sales cur- rently come through Facebook or Etsy. "I started out mainly hand painting Mason jars," Nickoloff said. Her items now in- clude sola wood floral arrangements, wreaths and dream catchers. "The wood flowers have become very pop- ular on my Facebook," Nickoloff said. She receives her great- est inspiration from Pin- terest. Her work started to increase when she de- cided to become a stay- at-home mom a couple of years ago. "That's when I decided I wanted to do a craft," Nickoloff said. Her favorite pieces include a wagon wheel wreath and a bubble bee Mason jar. "I just try to come up with my own designs," Nickoloff said, "I try to do something that hasn't been seen before." She is excited to come to the Sunrise Festival of Arts at Veterans Me- morial Park on Satur- day, July 13. "I enjoy making crafts. This was the one show that I wanted to make sure that I do," Nickol- off said. "I look forward to seeing other vendors and their unique items." Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Agricul- ture is looking for vol- unteer help during the Sunrise Festival of the Arts: held at Veterans Memorial Park on Sat- urday, July 13. Help is needed at the concession stand for shifts running from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m, 11:30a.m. -- 1:30p.m. and 2 -- 4:30p.m. People may also volunteer to be "runners" from 8 a.m. to noon, or noon to 4p.m. Additional help is needed during the morning set- up from 6-- 8 a.m and the afternoon clean-up from 3:30- 5:30p.m. If interested in helping, call 433-1916 or email direc tor@sidneymt.com. .I Windshield tan be dan Je ous du in summe t awelsl Stop bY and see cerlilled lass epai man advice: Our trained specialists will replace or repair your car's windshield quickly, carefully, and affordably. '106-482-1544 710 W. Holly Sidney, MT All Major Credit Cards Accepted Sidney-Richland County Library in- vites children and families to the puppet show, "The Dragon Who Fell to Earth," on July 12 at 10:30 a.m. The show features Dragons Are Too Sel- dom Puppets of Spear- fish, South Dakota. "The Dragon Who Fell to Earth" is an adventure for the whole family. The planet of Drago Minor is too crowded. Drag- ons have lived on this planet which is per- fectly suited to their needs for centuries and centuries. But n0w it is:too crowd- ed. Space traveling dragons must be sent to explore other op- tions. A few brave dragons must be sent to find a new plan- et. Each will take an egg so that a new col- ony of dragons can begin. Daisy Dragon happens to be sent to Earth. When her spaceship attempts to enter Earth's atmo- sphere it cracks into a million pieces. Daisy lands, head over tea cups, in a forest far away from humans. The egg lands nearby. This would not have been a problem except Daisy gets hit on the head and she loses her memory, both of her mission and of the egg. She finds a home with the animals but they do not know she is a dragon. Daisy must recover her memory. Then with the help of her new friends, she must re- cover the egg before it hatches. (Spoiler Alert. A witch has captured it and has evil designs on it). Dragons Are Too Seldom Puppet Pro- ductions with mas- ter puppeteer, Marie Scholz, has been tour- ing the United States performing for close to fifty years. Mark- ie's fast-paced puppet shows are full of fun and whimsey. She and her puppets trav- el around 30,000 miles a year, performing for schools, librar- ies, festivals, special happenings and any other event that needs laughter and joy. For information about "The Dragon Who Fell to Earth, ' please call the library at 433-1917. UNION GATEWAYAGENCY Your Insurance Team Independently Representing: Life Health Medicare Supplement Medicare Part D 43roup Health Vision Dental Long Term Care BlueCross BlueShield of Montana 202 3rd Ave NW Sidney MT 59270 phone 406-488-4366 fax 406-630-4433