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the MonDak area since 1908 woa day, sept. 3, ": O TA Ca e PHOTO BY LINDA STEINBEISSER of Sidney Women of Today, left, presents Helen Schmitt of the Coalition Against Domestic Violence a backpack full of school a child in need. The Sidney Women of Today have been providing to children in the area who need them for many years. of PATS will Two specific goals for the rant meeting as your involve- at 7 p.m. in themeeting are to provide parents ment impacts student learning, with a quick orientation to the instruction and behavioral group to high school's programs, servic- expectations of our entire and stands for es and policies, and to answer school community. Teach- questions for parents. Addition- ally, the No Child Left Behind The mission of the Act is presenting schools with is to provide 'Positive communi- parents, stu- school. This naet through active by )arents, stu- primary the highest Committee new challenges, and an meetings set overview of the law will be pre- sented as well as a profile and current status of Sidney High School with respect to the law. PATS also needs parents who are willing to serve on this active committee for the 2003- 2004 school term. All parents and interested persons are encouraged to attend this impor- The Sidney School District's finance committee will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at West Side School. The transportation committee is scheduled after the finance committee meeting. We appreciate all of our dedicated carriers who trek through harsh winter weather and over rough terrain to deliver the Sidney Herald-Leader to youl If you see these loyal carriers, let them know they're doing a great jobl Drivers Tony Dige Steve & Gloria Harris Carriers Alonzo Dixon Martha Townsend Robert Mocko Ryan Mocko Jeanie Mozeak Jaymi Mozeak Trevor Getchell Glen & Gertie Melby Bryce Vigoren Austin Bridges Ken & Norene Yelich Collin Walla Erica Riedel Brittany Riedel Garrett Norby Cammie Seader Megan Quale Billy Mischke Jackie Herbst Eddy Schwartzenberger Brandon Nelson 310 2nd Ave. NE * 482-2403 433-CARS (2277) 24 Hours Wrecker 433-1005 Iricultural Inc. Little Miss Sugar Contestents nu e e Submit an entry in the following categories for a chance to win a PRIZE! Sugar: Cookie Pie Jelly/Jam Other Ornamental/Dried Salsa Stuffed Pepper Other Olson Plumbing & Heating 482-4027 Steel & Recycling Sidney 433-1301 PHARMACY Sidney 482-6401 1151 South Central Sidney * 433-2305 1200 S Central Sidney 433-6400 Furniture Sidney All About Home 488-2805 Amle Taylor Emily Schaff Schedule of Events noon-1 p.m.- Registration 1-2 p.m. - Welcome 2-2:30 p.m. -"Lil Miss Sugar Pageant" 2:30 p.m. - Miss Camille Lebsock-Miss Northeastern Montana to crown "Lil Miss Sugar" 2:30-3 p.m. - Announce winners of sugar entries 3:30-4 p.m. - Announce winners of spice entries I TMutual R ura [ i INSURANCE COMPANY 433-3309 Office & Claims 488-4898 405 11th Ave. SW Sidney 23 South of Sidney (East of T~mgle) Sidney, MT 59270 Russell Stotts, Owner (4O6) 482-8822 Sidney Area Chamber and Agriculture STEVENSON STUDIO 118 2nd Ave. SE Sidney. 482-1809 www.stevensonstudio.com P.amal dt Sidney 488.4400 wc.tri-cnty.com i" Mike Morasko [ ) 919 S Lincoln, Sidney I II s~I " I u~e a ~ nW~, ~te Farrr, ~s #~'re.'l 18 East 2~ St., Culberts0~ .787-5890