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2A-Sunday, July 27, 2003 the MonDak area since 1908 N .................................... i !ii!iiiiiiiiii i , ,iiiiiiiiiiiii ! ii ':':i!!iiii i ', i;iii .ii!ii!iiii iiili ....................................... jiii iiiiiiiii Sunday, July 27 • Team penning is 2 p.m. at the 4-mile Bar Arena west of Willis- ton. Call 701-572-3617 for more information. The Culligan, Interstate Engineering, Brenner and Averett and Co. Relay for Life team will have a free-will donation barbecue from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Sidney Country Club. The menu will include hamburgers, hot dogs, beans, chips and cole slaw. • Pella Lutheran Church will hold a service at Veterans Memorial Park at 10:30 a.m. The community is invited. Monday, July 28 The Sidney Community Band will perform its final concert of the summer at 7 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. Rau Elementary School holds its registration from 9 a.m to 6 xm. Tuesday, July 29 Ran Elementary School holds its registration from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 30 • Bingo is scheduled at the VFW Hall. Early bird starts at 6:45 3.m. • Adult clinic is at the Richland County Health Department. Call 433-2207 to make an appointment. • World-renowned ragtime and jazz pianist/composer Scott Kirby will give a free concert at 7 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. The concert is sponsored by Stockman Bank and organized by the Sid- ney Performing Arts Council. Donations will benefit the Montana Performing Arts Consortium. Thursday, July 31 • Moose has bingo at 7 p.m. Early bird is 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1 • The Class of 1953 reunion will feature a get-together at 4 p.m. at the Elks Club. The public is invited to attend. Saturday, Aug. 2 • The Class of 1953 reunion will have a social hour from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Elks Club. The public is invited to attend. Sunday, Aug. 3 • Sidney Singles party is scheduled. Registration begins at 3 p.m., and dinner starts at 4 p.m. Bob Dolajak, Mandan, N.D., will pro- vide music for dancing from 6-9 p.m. All singles are welcome. Call 482-2026 or 488-7151 for more information. Monday, Aug. 4 • Back to school registration for Sidney students through eighth grade is 8 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. High school students need to call the high school, 433-2330, for registration times. • Pella Lutheran Church will have Vacation Day Camp Aug. 4-8 for children ages 4 through sixth grade. Pre-registration is required by July 25 for age 4 through kindergarten. There is no charge. Call 433-3350 for more information. Wednesday, Aug. 5 • Bingo is scheduled at the VFW Hall. Early bird starts at 6:45 p.m. No smoking is allowed in the hall. There will be a 15-minute break during the session. Thursday, Aug. 6 • Moose has bingo at 7 p.m. Early bird is 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7 Bonnie Curran, service officer for the Montana Veterans Affairs Division, will be at the Sidney Job Service from 1:30-2:30 p.m. She will be available to assist veterans and their dependents concerning veteran benefits. Sulday, Aug. 10 • Team penning is 2 p.m. at the 4-mile Bar Arena west of Willis- ton. Call 701-572-3617 forbore information. Monday, Aug. 11 • Ladies Auxiliary VFW meeting is at 7 p.m. in the VFW Hall. Wednesday, Aug. 13 Bingo is scheduled at the VFW Hall. Early bird starts at 6:45 No smoking is allowed in the hall. There will be a 15-minute break during the session. Thursday, Aug. 14 • VFW Post meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. in the VFW Hall. Monday, Aug. 18 • The Sidney High School cheerleaders will have a kids cheer camp from 8 a.m. to noon. Call Shed, 488-8308, by Aug. 8 to reg- ister. The camp is for age 5 through sixth grade. Registration is $15. Wednesday, Aug. 20 • Bingo is scheduled at the VFW Hall. Early bird starts at 6:45 p.m. No smoking is allowed in the hall. There will be a 15-minute break during the session. Sunday, Aug. 24 • Team penning is 2 p.m. at the 4-mile Bar Arena west of Willis- ton. Call 701-572-3617 for more information. Wednesday, Aug. 27 • Bingo is scheduled at the VFW Hall. Early bird starts at 6:45 p.m. No smoking is allowed in the hall. There will be a 15-minute break during the session. For the Seniors • Sidney Senior Citizens (813 Third St. N.E.) - Meets weekly on Thursdays at 12:45 p.m., with a noon potluck meal on the third Thursday. Blood pressure readings and pulse checks are given on potluck day. Contact Betty Norby at 488-2651. • Fairview Senior Citizens (510 Central) - Meets weekly on Wednesdays at 1 p.m., with a potluck meal on the first Wednesday. Contact Orvin Finsaas at 701-744-5898 or Avis Zoanni at 747-3475. • Savage Senior Citizens (Main Street) - Meets weekly on Thurs- days at noon, with birthdays on the first Thursday, a business meet- ing on the second Thursday and meals every Thursday. Contact Jean Odenbach at 798-3455. • Fox Lake Senior Citizens (Lambert) - Meets weekly on Tues- days and Thursdays, with a business meeting on the second Tues- day and meals every Tuesday and Thursday. Contact Wally Dae- ley at 774-3745 or Delores Carter 774-3386. lve receives cer year Detective Sgt. Roger Nasset was named "Police Officer of theYear" for Montana by the Montana Association of Chiefs of Police at its annual confer- ence in Lewistown July 18. Nasset was selected from offi- cers nominated by their agencies from across the state. The Mon- tana Association of Chiefs of Police represents more than 400 police officers in municipal law enforcement agencies in Mon- tana. The association represents all Class I cities and most municipal police officers. In the nomination, Nasset was cited for exemplary performance in his role as team leader with Kalispell's Special Response Team during the apprehension of a fugitive in February of 2002 in cooperation with the Flathead County Sheriff's Office. The fugitive was armed with a fully automatic machine gun and was wanted for bail jumping, and is suspected of being involved in a plot to kill police officers and judges in connection with a "Freeman" group called "Project 7.,~ Nasset's participa- tion in these cases, and the overall qual- ity and quantity of his work is the stan- dard by which others are judged. II Nasset was also commended for his role in the George Evans' homicide investigation in Kalispell in October of 2002. Nasset was involved in a tremendous team effort that resulted in the arrest of Joe Buck for Evans' murder. Evans was brutally beaten after Buck snuck into his home at night to steal guns and money. Nasset's par- ticipation in these cases, and the overall quality and quantity of his work is the standard by which others are judged. The committee noted Nasset's Detective Sgt. Roger Nasset participation in his local church, his participation in the depart- ment as a defensive tactics, handcuffing, firearms and o.c. instructor, as well as his unques- tioned character and tremendous work ethic in making the award. The commendation also rec- ognized Nasset's previous com- mendations from his depart- ment. Nasset has twice been awarded the Distinguished Ser- vice Medal for his courageous service while disarming a man with a rifle threatening to kill his wife, and for his performance during an armed robbery and shootout at a local casino. Nasset has also been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for his work on the Northwest Drug Task Force in connection with their record-setting work in seizing methamphetamine labs. Nasset has been with the Kalispell Police Department for nine years. He has previously served as a patrolman, drug investigator, patrol sergeant, detective sergeant and the team leader for the special response team. Nasset has his bachelor's degree from Minot State Univer- sity where he was a football and basketball scholarship athlete. Nasset attended Sidney High School and is a graduate of the Montana State Law Enforce- ment Academy. Ronald E. Ruff has been released from the and will reside in Fairview. He is a level two sexual offender. Montana State Prison rralb- rabrr Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Published Wednesday & Sunday by the Sidney Herald-Leader, a proud member of the Wick Communications Group. 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Richland Friday, August 1 5:30 p.m. 4-H Livestock Arena Featuring: 32 Market Beef, 11 Market Lambs, 14 Market The following members will have animals at the Josh BengocheaKayla Block Kris Carda Chantz Denowh Chase Denowh Brennan Gorder Tami Goss Levi Helmuth Russell Larson Sara McMillen Nathan McMillen Wacey McMillen Chnssy Prevost Amy Redman Jessica Thiessen Greg Rauschendorfer Tara Tumbull Amy Vaira Dustin Rauschendorfer Michael Vaira Jake VanEvery Amanda VanEvery Kayleen Seater Jarvis Klempel Case Jacob Josh Bengochea Scott Havercamp Levi Helmuth Mykel Ler Michael MillerJaycee Seater Amanda VanEvery John VanEvery Hanna Je Markus Ameson Colton Bidegary Wyatt Handy Cole Johnson Justine Klempel Victoria Netzer Am, Bdan Redman Cad Redman Damian Tombre Jake VanEvery Katelyn Koch We thank you for your past support and hope you make plans to this year's sale. Transportation will be,provided by 4-H members livestock sold. Richland Co. 4-H Low monthly will be added to your power bill. Must be a MDU customer. O.A.C. 114 W. Main, Sidney • 488-1909 Open Sun. 12-4, Mon.-Sat. 8-5:30 • •• II III III nl I e Day Camp $idno) Health Center Hospice will sponsor a Children's Bereavement Day Camp on Saturday, August 23 from 9:00AM- 7:00PM at the Eastern Montana Bible Camp. The day camp is intended for chiMren, ages 5-18 who have experienced a loss. Ibis is an opportuni , for children to talk about their loss and find out tlmt they are. not alo w in their "lhere will be crafts, activities, lunch and fun, Teens (ages 12-18) who have st ffered a loss may register with Hospice as helpe fbr the camp activities and are invited to spend the night for a teen retreat. "lhe camp is free of charge tocampers and family members. Due to limited space preregistration is required. Please call the SHC Hospice office at 488-2226. BACK SPECIALIST August 13th & 27th Pkut’ ~te: Patients ~: seen ~m referral basis; Sidney Clinic - Suite #108 Toll Free: !~331-7575 ext. 2277 or 488-2277 CANCER 4, Dr. Twlto, August 13th 4' Dr. Whlttenbe~r, Onealef~ August 27th Sidney Clinic -Suite #103 T~fll Free: 1-800-331-7575 ext. 2510 or 488-2510 a HEART 4" Dr, ca no ,t August I gth Sidney Clinic - Suite #103 Toll Free: 1-800-332-7156 URINARY SYSTEM 4" Dr. Shabln, Urologist Augu,,a let, 15th & 29th Sidney Clinic - Suite #102 T(fll Free: 1-800-624-7701 4' Dr. Brad Anderson, Oroklgtst Augua 29th Sidrmy Clinic - Suite #103 Toll Free: 1-800-648-6274 NqERVES I • Dr. Eeheverrl, Nmraloglst August 6th & 20th Medical Arts Bldg. Toll Free: 1-800-648--6274 Dr. atlas, Nem-.to August 27th - Medical Arts Bids, Toil Free: 1-800-332-7156 MRI SCANNER • :. MRI Truck Here Every Wednesday August 6th, 13th, 20th& 27th Toll Free: 1-800-331-7575 ext. 2195 or 488-2195 inlnlHiiiiiii IIn II IIIIIΈ I I IIΈ IIII IIIqlllllq I r nllll In Ill I I Illl I [ Illll .... IIII II 214 14th Ave dney, Mlr • Toll Frem 1-800-331-7575