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Serving, the MonDak area since 1908 w y, Sept 3, 2003-11A Wing Road Riders Assoc visits with Extended Care iation PHOTO BY ELLEN ROBINSON hoping to collect one million pennies for the Sidney Community Edu- include, from left, Tyler Zoanni, Chris Conlon, Andrew Huskamp, Rachel Beyer. raise munity Education Foundation. From there, the money will help purchase a new trap set for the h School Key Club and Leo band room. to collect one million The Sidney Community Education Foundation Education Foundation is an independent non-profit organization formed (Sept. 26). to promote, maintain and improve the quality of -' set up at the gates during football education in Sidney Public Schools. The founda- be around town, and bot- tion was established due to educational funding middle and high school, difficulties recognized by the community, city and pennies. It's a contest, too. school officials. The foundation provides an alter- put coins or dollars into the bot- native to relying solely on state regulated taxes to of the non-penny change will support the quality of local education. The organ- the class's total. You could put ization provides the opportunity for community : and that is 100 off from members to become involved in assuring the con- student Ashley Briggs said.tinuation of superior education in the Sidney with other ideas for the school system. The foundation is a separate enti- fundraiser, ty from the school system and school board. a long history of rivalry, but The foundation can receive contributions to raise money as a through donations, grants, loans and property for said. the benefit of Sidney Public Schools. will go to the Sidney Corn- lp seminar scheduled Tuesday development seminar for the of the Sidney Area Chamber of Tuesday. Cheese," will be presented by Plains JobLINC coordinator. r seminar will provide participants guidelines: conflict: Personal benefits vs. workplace. Learn how to -" you don't like. 10 "soft skills" or people skills difficult situations: Express- in an appropriate, effective manner. • Steps in problem solving: Expressing problems and goals with a positive personal focus, plus gathering information and insight. Participants will learn techniques to consider all choices and the consequences with each before making a deci- sion. • Recognizing the four personality styles and how to work with others behavior styles. • Learning motivational ideas to boost morale and improve results in the work environment. • Setting group goals. To register for the seminar, call the Sidney wJSJLo er feeling8 Chamber at 433-1916. Open House for CARL JIMISON at Glendive Senior Citizens Center Sunday, September 7th 12:00 to 4:00 Lunch and Cake BY DENIECE SCHWAB Herdld-Leader 'Tis the season for motorcycle riding, and the Montana Chapter "C" of the Gold Wing Road Rid- ers Association is no different t'rom other bikers. The group gets together once a month for a good time, usually consisting of a meal and then out on the road for a ride. The association brings people together from the surrounding areas with a common interest - motorcycle riding. Recently, the group's riders wheeled into the Extended Care to show off their bikes and were also treated to supper by the home. Many residents came to check out the different styles of motor- cycles displayed. A total of 15 bikes, cleaned to perfection, were lined up in the parking lot. Some residents were feeling quite young at heart, and it took them back to their motorcycle days. A few residents felt what it was like to sit in a seat of free- dom again. Riders from Fairview, Cul- bertson, Glendive and Sidney came in with their motorcycles, ready for a show. Elmer Hart, Sidney, also showed off miniature car and van trailers. Hart made the repli- cas, which he uses for storage while riding his Gold Wing. He and his wife, Peggy, ride with the group and enjoy the freedom of the bike. >HOTO BY DENIECE SCHWAB Sidney Health Center Extended Care resident Dorothy Verhasselt enjoys her time on a bike. The Montana Chapter "C" director, Sheila Hartl, says the association is not limited to just Gold Wings. Besides enjoying the counlryslde with her husband, Bill, on their Gold Wing SE, Sheila rides a pur- ple Yamaha Vstar, and the chapter welcomes bikes of all brands. Hartl has been around motor- cycles since she was a little girl. "1 just grew up being around recreational vehicles and knew that I would someday have a bike of my own," Hartl said. Her father always had some sort of bike. "My brothers, War- ren and Doug, also ride," Hartl said. "It's a family affair." With more than 50 members, the Montana Chapter "C" has members from eastern Montana and Canada. If interested in joining the Harold Forsberg, Extended chance to sit on Doug P|erce's PHOTO BY DENIECE SCHWAB Care resident, gets his Honda Shadow Aug. 20. group for a ride or other ques- tions about the association, con- tact Hartl at 488-1870. Figurine, OFF* September 1-25th, 2003 In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Precious Moments" collection, Enesco is sponsoring the first ever Precious Moments" authorized archive salet You have the opportunity to find ,25 exceptional pieces including rare and limited editions at unbelievable )rices! Each time you )urchase a :~recious Moments" figurine from September 1st-25th, 2003, you can buy t second piece for half pdcet* You don't want to miss this event, mark your calendar today. YELLOWSTONE 111 West Main St. Sidney • 488-1201 See stores for details • Select memhandlH only. ©20O3 P~ Moments INc. 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