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D illon T ribune Wednesday, February 16, 2005 A-5 Prestigious singers Four Beaverhead County High School musicians have been selected to participate in the prestigious All-Northwest Mixed Choir in Bellevue. Washington this week. Telmar Lochridge. Chase Hilton, Joe Fairbank, and Russell Horst will rehearse for three days with the choir, then perform in a concert. Students headed to All Northwest Choir Four musicians from Beaverhead County I fifth School have been selected to participate in the prestigious MKNC All- Northw e s t M ixed Choir in Bellevue, Washington. Joseph Fairbank, Chase Hilton, Russell H o rst, and T e lm a r Ixtchridge were selected through taped auditions and will spend three days rehearsing with con­ ductor Henry Leek and other out­ standing musicians selected for the choir before presenting a con­ cert in the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, February 20, at 2:00 p.m. The National Association for Music Kducation is the sponsor of this biennial event which also hosts orchestra and band per­ form ing groups. The Honor Groups are in conjunction with MKNC (Music Educators' Na­ tional Conference) where work­ shops and sessions are available to music educators. Alaska, Wash­ ington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana make up the North­ west Division. Joseph Fairbank is the senior son of Keith and Jean Fairbank. He is very involved in the high school music program in both the choral and instrum e n tal pro­ grams Joe participated in the 2002,200.1, and 2004 Montana All- State choirs and the All-North- west choir when it was held last in 200.1. Joseph is active in Drama Club, Speech and Drama, Honor Society, and Academic Olympics He was the 200.1 winner of the Kenck music competition in Butte with a trumpet solo He studies voice with M rs Laurie Hagenbarth and piano with Mrs Charlene Luge. Chase Hilton's parents are Rich and I.alove Hilton. Chase is active in the choral program at Beaverhead Count)’ High School as well as Student Council, Peer Mediation, Speech and Drama, Drama Club and Honor Society Chase has been a finalist the Kenck music com p e tition in Butte. He too is attending All- Northwest for the second time and was a member of the All-State Chorus three years. He is a se­ nior and a voice student of Laurie Hagenbarth Russell Horst is a junior .and the son of Randy .and Laura I lorst He is active in the choral and in­ strumental programs at the high school. He is a member of the Dillon Junior Fiddlers and the high school Honor Society. I le has participated in the 200.1 All-State Hand and All-State Choir in 2004. lie too has been a finalist in the Kenck music com p e tition in Butte Russell studies voice with Laurie Hagenbarth. Telmar Lochridge is the son of Barry and Josie Lochridge. He w.as selected as an alternate to this year's All-State Chorus. This sophomore is active in both the choral and instrumental pro­ grams and was a finalist in last years' Kenck com p e tition in Butte Telmar studies voice and piano with Katie Mallon. It is highly competitive for stu­ dents to be accepted to a chorus at this level, notes the students’ teacher, Laurie Hagenbarth. For most it is a once in a life time opportunity to sing with the Northwest's best singers. The four students are all par­ ticipants in the choral program at the high school, where there are 85 students in the program under the direction of Laurie Hagenbart h. Knitting for orphanages Laird-Bentley Plans ceremony at LDS temple Dr Scott and Peggy Bentle) id Kanab, Utah, former residents of Dillon, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter. Lacey Jean, to Nathan Laird, son ot John and Linda Laird of Idaho Falls. Idaho Lace)' and Nate will he married in the St George LDS temple on February Id, 2005 . A reception will follow that afternoon from 5:00- 5:50 p.m at the Sunbrook Center 2.16h W Sunhrook Drive. St George Utah An open house will be held m Idaho Falls on March 5, 2005 at The Rose Shoji 015 Fast First Street. Idaho Falls, Idaho from ~ 00- d.OOpm Lacey graduated from Southern Utah University m Cedar City. Utah last May a id teaches Kindergarten in l ’ayson. Utah Nate is a Utah State University graduate and works in sales for DHL/ L'nishippers m Salt Lake City. Utah. The couple will make their home in Saratoga Springs. Utah Archery Club plans monthly meeting The Beaverhead Archery Club will hold its February meeting oil Thursday the 17th at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at 604 Highland Avenue. If you are interested in ar­ chery or bow hunting, you are welcome to attend the meeting. Please come and help us map out the future direction and ser­ vices you want the club to take. The agenda for this meeting will be to finalize the dates and all the needs for our .1-11 shoots. If you have any input for im­ proving these shoots please bring them to the meeting. Maddison-Ryder Couple plans June nuptials David and Julie Maddison of Alder, Montana announce the en­ gagement of their son, Justin, to Patricia Ryder, daughter of Pat and Romona Ryder of l-'roid. Mon­ tana. A June 25. 2uu5 wedding is planned m Plentywood, Montana Griffin-Nelson Announce wedding date Wendell and Rosemary G rif­ fin and Tom and Laurie Nelson announce the engagement of their children Sarah Griffin and Bryce Nelson. Their special day will take place in an outside setting at Sa­ rah and Bryce's home in Dillon on Tuesday. June 21, 2(1(15. ^ B r i d a l ^ R e g i s t r y f ^ n n c l l a Jo Tcrrij and JTdani Txomkami - iS r S';- ( Wedding June 4, 2005 M fv’*,5r J t C D t l m a r t «» r r-7 •¡1 N JiLiho H f f W W w 65 ■Ì-4 121 jN Eft >■ -N - F i n e F a b r i c C a r e I PROFESSIONAL CLEANING & RESTORATION SERVICES Carpets, Carpel Color Repair, Upholstery, Leather. Draperies, Air Ducts. Dryer Vents, Oriental & Wool Rugs, Pet Odor Treatment & Ozoning. 24 HR EMERGENCY WATER & FIRE RESTORATION! CELEBRATING 16 YEARS! FREE ESTIMATES 101 Gallatin - Butte 782-5339I M A I R ^ B Ä W ^ P H E N O M E N A L W O M E N PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE OUTSTANDING W O M A N / OUTSTANDING YOUNG WOMAN PRÉSENTATION THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2005 7:30 P.M. ST. ROSE FAMILY CENTER DILLO* J AVCEI: AUXILIARY p : s s : k ■ . . e d t t i -*-.ND r c C X t ' a ! TSt: M KVL P S I T ... l-'-.l i 'KF-Sr.N'TAT le'-N fSN fS C H.gs. ! ! ( I T ! Interested in knitting easy gar­ ni cuts for children'' Vests, .sweat­ ers and socks are needed to take to Russian orphanages. Simple patterns are available. Donations of yarn tire appreci­ ated. especially wind. Contact Susy McCall at 68.1- 5884 or 68.1-4.184 if you can help. Fiddle contest Sandy James. Hannah King, Rachel Potter, Ramona Potter, and James Schlender recently attended the fiddle contest at the Winter Fair in Lewistown. Montana on January 29. Schlender, age 11, placed second in the contest. King, age 9, placed fifth in the Junior Junior Division. Rachel Potter was also a contestant. Sandy James, their instructor, and Ramona Potter participated as accompanists. Amy Kndrmas. formerly of Dillon, competed in the Open Divi­ sion. StudentN e w s News of students from the area Livestock judgers travel to Lewistown Sing in music convocation Two Beavcrheml County High School alumnus participated ill a music convocation at Eastern Washington University recently Damian Guillen. BUI IS 2002, sang \Nanki-l’oo\ from the William S Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan opera The Mikado. Katie Castro. BCHS 2001, sang \Fiona Tosca’' from the Giacomo Puccini opera Tosca. On U of I honor roll Jennifer Banks and Heidi Giem of Twin Bridges have been named io the I-'all 2004 Dean s List at the University of Idaho in Moscou They arc both students in the College of Business and Economics Named to WSU Dean's List Two Dillon students Allison Anne McKeirnan and Wendy Autumn Smith have been named to the Fall 2004 Dean's List at Washington State University in I ’ullman. ’ß n i d a l Regitfty JSNieole jCee Taylor and ^iia tlh e w Steed , M'ri/iini) „ Wui/ fl 2 0 0 } Sdnnclla J o P c rryam l Sdilam Clonikema Wniiiimj June 2 0 0 } Christine S ’lnn Jlilleti and rß ill Slcndcr Miifiliiuj Jum -I 2 0 0 } Caia CRoekwell and Seth Salnsso WraVittg Jim r / / 2 0 0 s Hrs: M-Sat. 9am-6pm 125 E. Glendale 683-2316 Several members of the Beaverhead County 4-H livestock judging teams traveled to l.ewsitown, January 29 and .10 to compete at the li estock judging competition held at Winter Fair The members judged three classes each of swine, beef and sheep The seniors gave five sets of reasons, while the juniors gave three sets of reasons. The senior team of I’erric (Tampion, Audrey King, Amy Miller and Rachel Potter placed sixth Individually, Audrey King placed 8th. I’errie Crampton 12th, Rachel Potter 24th and Amy M iller 29th. In the junior division, the team of Cody King, Joe Potter, Jeff King, and Adam Heggelund finished 2nd Individually, Cody King placed 1st. followed by Jeff King 6th, Joe Potter 7th and Adam Heggelund 12th Hannah King, who is a super starter in 4-11. competed individual)) a junior, and placed loth This judging competition was the first m a series of eight, put on by Marc King, Sweet Grass County Extension Agent. His dream is to encourage participation by 1-11 er's in livestock judging in the state of Montana. He also hopes to help 4-H members in Montana to be able to better compete at the national level T o this end. each I I I district will sponsor a contest on the circuit. Awards will be given for the top ten students overall, as well as the top ten in sheep beef, and swine. As a part of the livestock judging circuit and also as a 4-H junior leadership project. Perrie Crampton. will be hosting our district's 4-11 livestock judging competition March 12at the tairgiomids. It isopen to ail 4-H and FFA members There is a fee for competing For information, contact the Beaverhead County Extension Agent at 68.1-.1785 r J t e d S p r in g r ] C e C e b ra tio n ‘h f i g f t You're* invited to attend my 5th Annual Spnna O -^bnV or' N g t r $CASH$ m on the savings' Lots ot tools to be g.ver- a.*;ay ng ’ Cm- ott any Pampered Chef order for a year1 Showcase of New Spring Products! Ca;i today' Ar yone tna’ tai-nc ’ he time *c RSVP 0 v Feo'uarv 19th wit be entered m’o me prize draw-ngs woem*-' voe can come o ' not L i v r a , ;o 1 Kl.f When Tuesday, February 22, 2004 @ 7 pm Where: Comfort Inn Conference Room RSVP Ca: Ja°e: e F_ n r ç - Te a' janellepc@mcn.net 683-6265 Ferrary emai'

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