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Se.r nl IoaDak 8J'ea 19( Sunday, Sept. 14, 20(D-7A Rock Cos. today staff" and man- will assume of Sidney Sales 1. born and raised from 1979. He State Univer- briefly in the years of l, grocery retail. his career in of for Safeway Perry Williams !0f 1986 when the by Super is the right opportunity." this corpo- Bodrey D. Kindopp has been Tidy- promoted to Sidney Warehouse 1998. Over manager. has held multiple Kindopp graduated from grocery retail Moses Lake High School in been store Moses Lake, Wis., although his Manage- family are Sidney area natives. in Sidney for the He attended Big Bend Commu- nity College and is a Marine ;tnarried to Cindee, Corps veteran, participating in his family have many educational and training the Sidney programs culminating in Pale- have two mar College in 1999. who is attend- He had security clearances and University in his experiences included techni- Van, 17, who is a cal, supervisory and administra- t School. tive duties both here and abroad. long history of Kindopp is a two-year plus vet- He has eran of Blue Rock Products Co. wrestling, where he has had sales, ware- Is a former chair- house and supervisory experi- Sidney School ence. In a quietly efficient man- ner, he has gained the respect of looking forward those with whom he works and part of the Bluethe customers he serves. and embarking Kindopp is married to Debbra. Williams They have one son, Braden, g about born this past spring. Since leav- for some time. ing the Marine Corps, he has for me to made a real commitment to live Blue Rock in the Sidney area, his first love Free Accessories Pigskin Picks Football Contest 'ers Pic skin Picks Football Contest PHOTO BY LIBBY BERNDT Emily Heft and assistant store director Serve cake Friday to County Market cus- of their new positions with the district man-position as the assistant store Markets, director for the last seven years. the promo- Breitling started with Safeway employ- in 1977 and has been with pleased to County Market for 17 years serving as the meat manager for the Sidney the last 15 years. Store. Emily "Both Gary and I were born named store and raised in Sidney, and we are Breitling, looking forward to working director," said together with our great staff in providing an excellent shopping the food indus- experience for our customers, Safeway and enhancing our level of customer Market service and continuing our corn- held vari- mitment to supporting the corn- at the local munity of Sidney and the sur- With her latest rounding area," stated Heft. more information contact Kniepkamp, 406-485-2548. Rick Knlepkamp WE ~ & ADVERTISE (406) 485-2548 uslness Bodrey Kindopp after his family. Kindopp has high expectations and standards of getting a new job done to per- fection. When time permits, he recreates in the Fort Peck area. Tim Feeley, vice president and general manager, said, "We wel- come Perry Williams to our staff and the promotion of Be Kin- dopp are great additions to our company. They bring talents necessary to help us compete in an increasingly challenging arena. We are very pleased they both see and are attracted to the values and commitment made to this area over the years by the Blue Rock family." Primarily a Pepsi-Cola Bot- tling Co., Blue Rock is in its 90th year as a local business, having been established in Fairview. It moved to Sidney in 1959, and has acquired Coors and Miller beer distributorships and Gallo Wines. It has sales centers in Glasgow, Plentywood and Miles City and in Williston, N.D. Sidney is its headquarters. PHOTO BY ELLEN ROBINSON Hotel Albert owners Jack and Debra Vaira of the Richland Tavern Association pres- ent a $500 donation to the fund for a new pool In Fairvlew. Cammi Seader, fundrale- Ing chairman, middle, receives the check from the Richland Tavern Association. "We need $500,000 for a new pool. This donation is a result from the raffle ticket sales for the ATV that was given away at the Richland County Fair. Donations will be received through the Fairvlew Bank or the city office," Seader said. Limited services at license office Due to in-service training, all Montana driver licensing offices will be open for limited services or will be closed the week of Sept. 15. The Sidney office will be open for written tests and renewals only on Monday, Thursday and Friday. Office hours are 8 a.m. to noon and 1- 4:30 p.m. THE ATV THAT LETS YOU DO MORE, MORE EASILY ATP 500 4x4 World's first All-Terrain Pickup Cenox Polaris Sidney 1281 S Central Sidney 433-1401 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily www.sidneycenex.com ~.~ IC~aLR~II!S. See duler for deWk War~:ATVscanbe hazardous l0 operate. ATVs with engine slzeslarger ~an 90~ n1~/not beaddent)ya~omunder16yurs0fmge. Nways wear a helmet and be sure to take a trelning ooume Forwgety atKI Valntng Infomnltk~, lee your Polads desist or cell 1-800-342-3764 (~2003 Poleris Salm Inc 7. Fairview vs. Culbertson Relax. This is WeatherBest. The WeatherBest Premium Decking Series of composite decking has the real look of wood without all the maintenance. Their exclusive process produces a natural wood look you will find in - o ............ :,;-~- no other composite decking product, atany price. United Building Centers 100 14th St. SE, Sidney * 406-433-2012 UNITED BUILOIN(3 10. Box Elder at Lambert .......... DIRIECYVe 5. Kent at Penn State 115 2ndAve. NE, Sidney 433-4370 e Volunteer Training Course DATE: Tuesday & Wedn esday September 30 & October 1 TIME: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. PLACE: Lutheran Brethren Church Sidney Health Center (SHC) Hospice will be holding a two-day Volunteer Training Course on September 30 and October 1. The course is designed to teach about death and dying and care of the terminally ill. Anyone interested in be- coming a Hospice volunteer must attend this course. However, we encourage people to attend even if they do not wish to become a Hospice volunteer. For more information or to register for the course, please contact Katie Pust, Hospice Director, at 488-2226. Applications for this course are available at the volun- teer and Hospice offices at Sidney Health Center. There is a $15.00 fee for attending the course. Applications will be accepted through Friday, September 26, 2003. g A Division of Sidney Health Center For men and women over the age of 55 who would enjoy a day of fun, information, nutrition and exercise! DATE: Wednesday, September 24th TIME: 9:00 a.m. - 3.30 p.m. PLACE: St. Matthew's Parish Center Illl 310 7th St SE Sidney, MT INFORMATION FAIR with State and Regional Representatives from: AARP, Department of Public Health and Human Services, Infor- mation and Assistance ( I&A ), State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIPS), and Mountain-Pacific Quality Health Foundation. Pre-Registration is Encouraged! 7"0 register or for more information, please call Paula Bostrom, Caring 65 Coordinator at 488-2126 by Sept. 19, 2003. I ' I II Sponsored by: ~ii~ ! !i~ i i i! 'iI~ i! "i i i~~ i~ ~i~ i i!i ! 1 :ii!