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Aug. 24, 2O03 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, Aug. 24 • Spaghetti benefit dinner for Gloria Sifuentes Fasching from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Matthew's Parish Center. Free-will donations will go toward medical expenses. • Team penning is 2 p.m. at the 4-mile Bar Arena west of Willis- ton. Call 701-572-3617 for more information. • The Sidney Trap Club will meet at 3 p.m. Call LeAnn, 433-7673, for more information. Monday, Aug. 25 • Registration for flag footall is 6-8 p.m. in the Sidney Public Library basement. Students must be in grades 3-6 to play. The league needs more referees; call Rance, 482-2680, if interested. • Fairview Sports Boosters have their"blast-offpicnic" at 5:30 p.m. for all junior high and high school players and parents throughout the school year. Tuesday, Aug. 26 • A meeting for parents of junior high football players is 7 p.m. at Sidney Middle School. All players and parents are required to attend. • Annual meeting of the Richland County Adult Literacy Program will be held at the MonDak Heritage Center at 7 p.m. Call Sue Zim- merman, 488-1831, for more information. • The Sidney Trap Club will meet at 6 p.m. Call LeAnn, 433-7673, for more information. • Registration for flag footall is 6-8 p.m. in the Sidney Public Library basement. Students must be in grades 3-6 to play. The league needs more referees; call Rance, 482-2680, if interested. • Distribution of commodities for seniors is 8-11 a.m. at the rear entrance of the Human Services building. 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. • Registration for Sidney's gymnastics club is 5-7 p.m. at the gymnastics building. • Registration for flag footall is 6-8 p.m. in the Sidney Public Library basement. Students must be in grades 3-6 to play. The league needs more referees; call Rance, 482-2680, if interested. Thursday, Aug. 28 • Moose Bingo's early bird is at 6:30 p.m. and the regular bingo is at 7 p.m. • Registration for Sidney's gymnastics club is 5-7 p.m. at the gymnastics building. Friday, Aug. 29 • Farmers' Market is 7:45 a.m. to noon at the Richland Federal Credit Union's parking lot. Wednesday, Sept. 3 • The Northeast Montana Land and Mineral Owners will meet at 7 p.m. in the Sidney Public Library basement. The public is wel- come to attend. Friday, Sept. 5 • The Fairview Sports Boosters have their annual tailgate party at Starr Field from 5:30 p.m. to kickoff. Brats and hot dogs plates are $3.50. Tuesday, Sept. 9 • Sidney Health Center Hospice is sponsoring a ministerial breakfast at 7:30 a.m. at the Faith Alliance Church basement. All clergy is welcome to attend. R.S.V.P. by calling 488-2226. Tuesday, Sept. 16 • Foster/adoptive parent classes are 6-9 p.m. at the Community Services building. Call Jamie Cross, 433-1903, by Sept. 8 to reg- ister. Wednesday, sept. 17 • Derwin Gray, a former NFL defensive back, will speak at 7 p.m. at the Sidney Middle School auditorium. The program, "One Heart at a Time," is being presented by the Richland Coun- ty Evangelical Ministerium. Thursday, Sept. 18 ~’33~rgCin Gray, a former NFL defensive back, will speak at 7 p.m. at the Sidney Middle School auditorium. The program, 'One Heart at a Time, is being presented by the Richland Coun- ty Evangelical Ministerium. PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE Dr. Jerome Kessler welcomes Patti Iversen. rsen nurse BY BILL VANDER WEELE Herald-Leader Patti Iversen will start serving the area as a family nurse practi- tioner Sept. 2. She will be employed in suite 102 at the Sid- ney Health Center. Iversen has 27 years of experi- ence as a registered nurse in the Sidney area. She earned her master's degree in nursing from Gonzaga University in December. Her studies included on-campus classes with supplemental Inter- net and video coursework as well as clinical practicums with primary care providers and spe- cialists in several Montana com- munities. Iversen is qualified to practice on common acute and chronic conditions in children and adults. "I've always had an interest in getting into advanced practice," Iversen said. "I wanted an opportunity to be of greater service to the community." Her experience includes serv- ing as an office nurse for Kessler's internal and family practice for six years. "I knew with her intelligence it was appropriate for her to advance her studi~s;" Kes~ said. He said Iversen's duties come, at a good time for the communi- ty considering the recent move out of the area by family practi- tioner Lorraine Ackerman. "It's natural that we have someone like Patti to try to fill her shoes," Kessler said. "I wanted an oppor- tunity to be of greater service to the commu- nity." - Patti Iversen Starting Sept. 2, Iversen will work half days Monday through Thursday. When an anticipated move to a larger office suite for Kessler and Iversen happens, Iversen will start working full days. Call 488-2525 for appoint- ments. The doctor says the move is a great one for his office. "The main goal was to provide easier access to care," Kessler said. lversen and her husband, Bill, have two children - Neil and Susan - in college. Bill is a physical scientist at the USDA Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory. "I'm looking forward to help- ing people explore their health care options and try to achieve their best potential level of health," Iversen said. • one dozen eggs • 1/2 lb. bacon or 1 lb. sausage • 1/2 gal. 2% milk all only O9 616 3rd St. SE, NEW MOVIES on VHS & DVD • Chicago • The Quiet American • The • Bowling for • Solaris • Columbine • XX/XY • Phone • Durango Kids • Last Minute • Basic • Good Thief • Spider • Gangs 0 • Out for a Kill • Piglet's Big Movie • Midni • Sonny • Spun • • The Lizzie McGuire • Final Destination 2 in 10 Movie • Life of David Gale • Bug • Carrie • Guilty By • The • Head of State Association • Dark • Cradle 2 The Grave • Purpose • Kan • The Hunted • Crazy Little Thing • Inatact0 • Bringing Down • Nicholas Nickleby Love The House • Shanghai Knights ° • Agent Cody • Gods & Generals° Just Banks • What A Girl Wants • The Cool & The .... Crazy • Nightstalker • Dare Devil ~[~ ~ 1035 S. Central Ave. • 433-3055 Lots of off street parking • 10 am-10 pm Mon.-Thurs. • 10 am-I 1 pm Fri. & Sat, • I 1 am- ,essons The Cub Scout Day Camp attracted youngsters. SUBMITTED PHOTO a large group of geral - ea er Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Published Wednesday & Sunday by the Sidney Hera,-Leader, a proud member of the Wick Communications Group. SINGLE COPIES: AVAILABLE AI~ LOCAL OUTLETS FOR 75 CENTS PER COPY. SUB- SCRIPTION RATES: $41 PER YEAR FOR CARRIER DELIVERY AND MAIL DELIVERY IN THE COUNTY TRADE AREA; $44 PER YEAR FOR MOTOR ROUTES MAIL DELIV- ERY IN THE OUT-OF-COUNTY TRADE AREA; $51 FOR OUT-OF-STATE OR OUT-OF- TRADE-AREA DELIVERY; $73 FOR DELIVERY TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. /~ Wtnntn~ Nm.•pmp~r POSTMASTER, SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO THE SIDNEY HERALD- LEADER, 310 SECOND AVE. N,E., SIDNEY, MT 59270, PERIODICAL POSTAGE PAID IN SIDNEY. MT 59270. USPS 495-760 ISSN# 0898-087X Materials generated by the staff o; ;;;nt; of the Sidney Herald-Leader that appear with a Sidney Herald-Leader byline are exclusively copyrighted by the Sidney Herald-Leader and may not be reprinted without permission of the publisher or editor, Area youth had an opportuni- for much needed shade), Pizza ty to enjoy scouting fun during House (ice for water), McDon- the recent Cub Scout Day Camp aids (juice), Bill Forrester (mak- held at the Trap Club in Sidney. ing spears and cricket bats), Activity stations included BB Larry Christensen, Clint Hecker guns, archery, making didgeri- (BB gun education), Paul Turek, does (instrument used by abe- Matt Strowzewski (archery edu- rigines), boomeranging, cricket cation), Ron Tewalt (spear (Australia's national sport - throwing education), Troop 187 kind of like baseball with a and Troop 141 Boy Scouts, and twist), water games, aboriginal many scouting parents for vari- spear throwing and a dry land ous important jobs. boat race. The purpose of the camp is to "Every year we are try- introduce new boys to scouting, andtoreacquaint current Scouts ing to make it a better with more fun and socializing camp for everyone than they've had all year long, involved." "Scouting ~ is the greatest - Jody Christensen organization because it teaches the boys so many different skills and great values that every boy "All in all, I think the camp should live by," said Jody Chris- was a success. Despite the 106 tensen, program director for degree temperature, the boys Badlands District Day Camp. still had fun, and that is the most "Every year we are trying to important thing." make it a better camp for every- If anybody is interested in one involved." becoming a Cub Scout, look for This year, camp officials the sign-up night the first part of wouldn't have been able to do September, or contact Alan the camp without the help of Sias, Jeannie Lassey or Arlys Sidney Rental (use of a canopy Daleske. Low monthly will be added to your power Must be a MDU O.A.C. 114 W. Main, Sidney • Open Sun. 12-4, Mon.-Sat. Way back when she use to play on the phone And now she still can't leave it alone So be a friend And don't let the tradition end Call Tami 8-25-03, 488-4400 and wish her a Happy 40th Birthday Cause she's getting old C| DY'$ "LE~ TO T/~" 712 9TH ST. SW • 488-751 D L CE 9