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6A SrDNEYHERALD WEDNESDAY, 'Tis the season BILL VANDER W[ELE I SIDNFY HERALD Freshmen, Miranda Fehilly, left, Janelle Peterson, Karl Petrik and Bridget Bergin decorate their class tree at Sidney High School. A Christmas tree decorating contest will be held amongst the classes before Christ- mas vacation. Did you know there are now over 98 million Americans who volunteer their time and talents to non-profit organiza- tions? Catch the spirit of vol- unteerism by joining ASSE In- ternational Student Ex- change Programs as an area as you know it. But we will still have our homemade soup, pie & baked goods for sale along with a few crafts. Saturday, Dec. 13 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sidney Church of the Nazarene 606 9th St. SW Sidney, MT Hope to see J you there, representative, and wonderful people in your We are a high school student life. In addition, ASSE will exchange organization look- provide training, materials, ing for volunteers in this area and a reimbursement for your to promote and assist in ad- time and expenses (a mini- ministering our well-respect- mum of $450 per student). ed program. By interviewing If you are energetic, positive families interested in hosting and love interacting with pea- and acting as a counselor for ple of all ages, please call exchange students from all I,eeAnn Rush at 1-80 -733-2773 over the world, you will meet or 406-525-3543. some of the most interesting NEW MOVIES on VHS & DVD • Pirates of the Caribbean • Winged • The Invitation Migration • Beethoven's 5th • Dumb & Dumberer • Land Before Time 10 • Terminator 3 • Bruce Almighty • Eloise at the Plaza • X2 XMen United • Gerry • Boardheads • No Good Deed • The Hustle . Finding Nemo • In Hell • Legally Blonde 2 • Olsen Twins: The • Eight Crazy Nights Challenge • Hulk • Santa Clause 2 • Washington • Sinbad: Legend of the Heights Seven Seas • Whale Rider • Tomb Raider: The • Second String Cradle of Life • City of Ghosts • Kiss Daddy Goodnight • Turn of Faith 28 Days Later Charlie's Angels 2 It Runs in the Family Mr. St. Nick George of the Jungle 2 Matrix Reloaded Mimic 3 Wrong Turn Safety of Objects The Italian Job The In-Laws Down with Love Hollywood Homicide Unconditional Love X ~ 1035 S. Central Ave. • 433-3055 ~it Lots of off street parking • I0 am-I0 pm Mon.-Thurs.. I0 am-I1 pm Fri. & Sat.. I1 am-I0 pm Sun. The constitution of our man has the authority to close day and state was subject to revision a meeting when he/she deter- Tuesday of during the constitutional con- mines that an issue is a mat- each vention in 1972. We are all ter of individual privacy, the month, also aware the constitution estab- above two categories encom- at West lishes the guidelines under pass the vast majority of is- Side which our state government sues that result in an execu- School. must operate and conduct its tive session being called by The board business. The constitution of the chairman. When an exec- of trustees the state of Montana contains utive session is convened it is hopes the various provisions affecting a private discussion between community public schools, not the least of the trustees and the individu- and inter- which are the open meeting al involved, ested indi- provisions, and statements The board of trustees of the viduals will D0ug Sullivan about the public right to ob- Sidney Public Schools con- be involved serve the deliberations and ducts its meetings to assure in the deliberations documents of the govern- compliance with the intent of sions of the Sidney merit. The board of trustees the constitution, and its own Board. There are of the Sidney Public Schools policies regarding open meet- lenging issues maintains policies guarantee- ings and the public right to school district in ing public notice of, and par- know. The date, place andture, i.e. school ticipation in, meetings of the time of all meetings of the en- g trustees, tire board and its subcommit- school building The constitution and the tees are posted for public in- school building policies of the school district formation and so interested trustees provide that except for mat- individuals can attend. In ters of individual privacy all most instances the regular sues as they begin deliberations of the school meeting of the Sidney School If board will be in an open meet- Board is on the second Mon- ing. Generally speaking, mat- day of each month, beginning not hesitate to contact1 ters of individual privacy in- at 7:00 p.m. at West Side valve personnel or student re- School. The committee meet- 433-4080. lated issues. While the chair- ings occur on the first Man- Sidney High School student wins S1,000 college cash Cody Partin, son of Allyn Partin of Sidney,gave away 15, $1,000 scholarships to was one of 15 lucky winners of $1,000 College across the state. CaSh scholarships offered at statewide college This year, fairs, ships in each region of the state q On Sept. 17, 2003, Sidney High School hosted tral and Western). The scholarships the area's Montana Post Secondary Education- awarded by a random drawing from the! al Opportunities Council college fair. Over 300 of students who attend the colle students from Sidney and the surrounding ar- Cody may use the money towards eas attended the college fair. education at any accredited colle The MPSEOC, a non-profit organization ded- sity in the country. icated to promoting higher education, hosted The entire $15,000 in scholarships three weeks of college fairs throughout Man- possible by the donations tana and promoted the College CaSh Program. sors. In its second year, the College CaSh Program m m,ng RCCDP is starting 4 projects in Sidney. *Walking Club *Diabetes Watcher= *Diabetes It is recommended to consult your health care provider before starting any new program. Call: Kristin Lawrence or Tanya Rudicil Richh "~ ~ ~r ~* * One Day On MSRP ly, Saturday, Dec. 13th 8 a.m, to 6 p.m. 5312 2nd. Ave. West 701-572-8186