Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, November 14, 1989, Image 5

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Tuesday. Nov. 14,1989-8>IM®ai ?sffihasM>~S ■ Ostwalt receives leadership award Leonard Ostwalt, Beaverhead County High School instrumen- i . tal and choral director, was re­ cently named to receive the state < Leadership Award from the Montana Music Educators As- , . sociation. The award, presented a t the ' All-State Music Festival, was the only one given in Montana this year, Ostwalt received the award for h is “outstanding contribu­ tions to the Montana Music Educators Association.\ He h a s . served five years on the Music Committee of Montana High Schools Aj^oci^ijon, eight years as membership chairman ofthe organization and the past thres years as treasurer. Ostwalt received his Bache­ lors degree firom Eastern Mon­ tana College and is currently working eta his Masters in sec­ ondary school administration at the University of Montana. : ’ DAR contest entries due Dec. 8 The Beaverhead Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is once again spon­ soring the DAR G o o d Citizen contest among area schools.'Hie national theme is “A Century,of Service to' the Nation, 1890- 1990.” The contest is open to senior girls and boys. O nly one student per school may be selected. In* formation concerning the con- testhasbeen senttohigh schools avDillon,.Lima, Sheridan and Twin Bridge*.' The faculty of each school chooses three seniors who best. exemp of depen ibility, service, lead­ ership and patriotism in their school, home and community.\ From the three selections in eadi school, the senior class chooses the school's Good Citizen. Entries to the contest must be soit to Geoi-giana C, An­ dersen, chairman, 624 8, Pa­ cific,Dillon, by Dec S. Workshop to appear... The Carpenter's Workshop, a discipleship group from Spokane, Wash., will appear at the Dillon Chris­ tian Fellowship, 219 S. Idaho, Thursday, at 6 p.m., beginning with a potluck dinner. The group, which uses song and drama in their ministry, will appear at 7 p.m. M a r y I n n e s s t u d e n t s e n j o y v a r i o u s p r o g r a m s , e v e n t s N o t e s f r o m M a r y I n n e s . . . The first grade and kinder­ garten classes at Mary Innes School in Dillon celebrated Montana’s 100th birthday with lots of festivities: Happy Birth­ day badges were worn and stu­ dents had a program by Chris Boyd, a singer-storyteller from Bozeman and a sing-alongby a ll the first and kindergarten stu­ dents. Students had treats and shared a beautiful birthday cake which the hot lunch room staff baked. Earlier this fall the stu­ dents enjoyed the school-wide heritage day. We certainly, ap-; predated the time and effort donated by our many present­ ers. Mrs. Hockett’sfirstgradehas been involved with many fun activities in math. Lately we’ve been working on number combi­ nations and the students are really enjoying this. Mrs. Mitchell’s first grade class has been doing fun proj­ ects for the Montana Centen­ nial Celebration. We are learn­ ing about the Indians who lived in our area and about the Pil­ grims coming to America. . Our hand signing classes are learning signs for the Indians and how to sign for the voyage and activities of the Pilgrims. Mrs. Valach’s class has been busy with many different proj­ ects. We have done a unit on Indians and on Montana. Now we are learning about animals found in North America. We’re also beginning to add and doing lots of reading. Ms.Ander8on’sfirstgradehas been working hard reviewing letter sounds and learning new words. We-are ready to take off on reading! We are doingfun, Thanksgiv­ ing aqd Montana art projects and singing songs about them, too! Miss Samson’s kindergarten classes are excited. We are learn­ ing the letters P and S and the number 1 and 2. We finished our Montana coloring books and we’re now working on Thanks­ giving projects such as our cor­ nucopias. Reading, writing and arith­ metic seems to be the theme in Mrs. Nelson’s first grade. The past quarter has been full of fall units of various types. We really enjoyed the apple, pumpkin and popcorn math, through which we learn to estimate, graph, add, subtract and do productive thinking. Our class has been fortunate to have Mrs. Kydeo Schedel, as a student teacher from WMC. She uses many posi­ tive methods with the children and recently finished a u n it on Montana. We’ve all benefited from her presence. We recently made folders for the restaurants honoring Ameri- ’ can Education Week, Nov. 12- 18. The children throughout the system will do various projects. Watch for placemats, decorated grocery bags, window displays and specialbookmarkers. Special thanks to the many friends of education in our com­ munity. We appreciate our community, state and nation. Our theme this year is “Leam- ingandLiberty... Our Roots, Our Future.\ . S T .T U D rS K O V E N A :M « jlh.S « re d ] I< > » rt o f J e a u i be adored, g lo rified, toved a fid pfe- M fved t h r w jH o u l lh a w orid ram and for* ever. B u n d H e e rt e f < !••«§, p r t jr fer ua. SL Ju d e , w e r iu ir a f a im f c a , p n g ' Ibr o a . Say lh i» 9 t ia e a a 4 *jr. B f the re * * prayer* w ii! be a n iw e red. n h a t never been known to f r i t Publication be pretsteed •n d fulfilled . T hank y »u B l Jud a . T H B H U N T I S O V E R ! I f y o u ' v e b e e n h u n t i n g f o r t h e l o w e s t p r i c e s o n q u a l l t y , n a m e ; ' , b r a n d f u r n i t u r e . . . t h e h u n t i s o v e r ! Not as exactly shown. 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