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Dew's, TIMM Wednesday. May 14 2014 Page A-7 • Advise Montana Gov. Steve Bullock gave the commencement speech at Montana ceremony Saturday at Straugh Gynasium. J P Plutt photo DARE graduates 72 , On May 9, 72 students from :Parkview Elementary School, pledged to stay trouble free and drug free as they graduated from the fifth grade elementary ARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Xducation) program. •. Given the national profile of bARE graduates, it's likely that hey'll keep the pledge for good. • •• Under the direction of spe- cially trained veteran county law enforcement officers, these ;students have learned the skills :they need to avoid drugs, alcohol !Ind violence. The classes included exten- sive role-playing with deputies :on practical ways to resist pres- sure to experiment with drugs and alcohol, and stay violence Tree. Because the deputies have personal experience working with drug abusers on the street, young people consider them to be highly credible instructors. The DARE Lessons focus on four major areas: providing accurate information about al- cohol tobacco and other drugs, teaching students decision mak- ing skills, showing them how to resist peer pressure and giving them ideas for alternatives to drug use and violence. DARE began in 1983. It is now taught in more than 300,000 classrooms in 50 states and 53 countries around the world. It was adopted in the Beaverhead County schools in January of 1991 as a joint effort of all county School Districts and the Beaverhead County Sheriff's Office. Three BCHS students earn $16K scholarships • The Student Financial Ser- lrices Office (SFS) within the Montana University System is pleased to announce that atudents in the local area were Pffered the Montana University $ystem Honor Scholarship. - The MUS Honor Scholar- ship is a renewable scholar - hip offered by the Montana poard of Regents that waives undergraduate tuition for up to 8 semesters at any campus of )he Montana University System pr Dawson, Flathead Valley, or Miles community colleges. • Beaverhead County High school students John Bodnar, rourtney Under and Ethan ptarka have been offered the scholarships. P .: Students offered this schol- jrship must he graduates of an accredited Montana high school with a minimum grade point average of 3.4 at the end of their seventh semester in high school, take either the ACT or SAT standardized test, meet college preparatory requirements, and attend an eligible campus. In 2007, the Board of Regents authorized a statewide high school competition based on a GPA ranking score combined with an ACT composite score creating a total MUS Honor Scholarship composite score from which students offered the scholarship were selected. This year 247 scholarships were offered statewide, the following students in this area have been offered a MUS Honor Scholarship. BCHS band will perform : concert Tuesday, May 20 :\ The Beaverhead County High School Band will have its annual Spring Concert and Awards on `iiesday, May 20 in the BW 2..odge Gymnasium. t• The program will feature the kICHS Symphonic Band, Jazz land, and festival ensembles. )t will start at 7:30 p.m. and the public is invited to attend this tree evening of music. • The concert will begin with ensembles that recently per- formed at the District and State Silusic Festivals. The Brass rhoir will start the evening ,vith \Fanfare & Chorus\ by the Baroque composer Dietrich buxtehude. The Flute Choir will kserform an arrangement of the (ilk tune \Black is the Color tif My True Love's Hair.\ The Saxophone Quartet, Percussion nsemble, and Woodwind En- ISemble will also perform. • The middle section of the concert will feature the Jazz and. Selections will include lin arrangement of \Adelieland\ (mom Happy Feet, \Take Five\ ky Paul Desmond, and the jazz r The Governor's Office of Fommunity Service, Montana Campus Compact, and Stu- dent Assistance Foundation an - jounced that 100 Montana high )chool seniors from 72 schools from Eureka to Ekalaka are receiving $1,000 Youth Serve 311ontana Scholarships. These scholarships recognize mach student's commitment to Volunteering over 100 hours standard \Big Noise from Win- netka\ by Bob Haggart and Ray Bauduc. The final portion of the con- cert will feature the Symphonic Band. Their set will begin with Brian Balmages' \Arabian Dances.\ Next will be a pre- miere performance of Missoula composer David Masklanka's \On This Bright Morning\ The BCHS Band is a part of a Montana consortium that commissioned the Masklanka work To end, the band will perform their festival literature \October\ by Eric Whitacre and David R. Holsinger's \Abram's Pursuit.\ During the concert outgo- ing seniors will be recognized for their years of service to the band. Seniors include John Bodnar, David Casey, Hunter Clark, Juliet Hollifield, Elly Sawyer, Ethan Tatarka, and Randy Taylor. The instrumental music program at BCHS is under the direction of Mr. Christopher Kloker lifting; lands service scholarship in the last year Dillon's Mark (M.J.) Simkins received one of the awards. To he eligible for the schol- arship, applicants needed to volunteer at least 100 hours in the last year. Many students volunteered more. The 100 scholarship recipients contrib- uted more than 17,500 volunteer hours to Montana. Western's 117th 11111•11114alliw 101• 1 Great Harvest \Raising Dough\ bake day to finance scholarships Dillon's Great Harvest Bread Company will hold its popu- lar bakery fundraising event May 21-23 to raise money for Beaverhead County High School scholarships given to deserving, young scholars in the commu- nity. This is an annual event that brings great support from the local area to provide an edu- cational boost for hard-working students. \We are so proud of local stu- dents that demonstrate commit- ment to their academic future,\ says Janet Tatarka, Great Har- vest director of bakery logistics and training. \Receiving a qual- ity education is fundamental for young people to succeed in today's world. We love helping to raise money for scholarships, and this year's Beaverhead County High School recipients are stellar in every way.\ The students were chosen by a committee of nine Great Har- vest employees that weighed their academic achievements together with financial need to select the winners. \Centering our judgments on the students' abilities to challenge their minds, while maintaining solid expectations, we feel confident we have cho- sen deserving candidates,\ says Tatarka. Students must be a senior and maintain a 3.25 cumulative GPA at Beaverhead County High School to be eligible. The 2014 winners are Holly Hansen, attending the University of Montana; John Luke Koslosky, attending Montana State Uni- versity; Elly Sawyer, attending Montana State University; and Josee Pendleton, attending Uni- versity of Great Falls. Hansen received a four-year scholar- ship, and Sawyer, Koslosky. and Pendleton each received a one- year scholarship. All proceeds from the three-day fundraiser will be donated to the selected students. On sale will be a variety of delicious breads and treats including its signature Honey Whole Wheat, White, Anadama, Cheddar Garlic, Dakota, Oregon Herb, Sonoma, Raisin Cinnamon Chip, and Cinnamon Chip loaves. Made-to-order sandwiches will be available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. including this month's special, the Turkey Goddess sandwich. Also on offer will be an expanded line of sweets (scones, brownies, cookies, and muffins), Cheddar Garlic hamburger buns, granola, jams, peanut butters, dipping oils, and drip coffee. The Dillon bakery serves as a model for Great Harvest stores nationwide, and new owners come to Dillon to understand the intricacies of what it takes to own and operate a successful store. Fundraiser events are held in conjunction with these new owner visits to provide them with a real -world retail experience before returning to their own community to open a store. Great Harvest invites south- western Montana residents to stock up on fresh out -of -the - oven breads and treats to sup- port these students. The bakery, located at 25 E. Glendale St. next to the Dilmart, will be open May 21-23 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, please visit dillonmt.greatharvestbread. coin or find the bakery on Face - book at www.facebook.com/ GreatHarvestUniversity. 600 Hwy 91 South • Dillon, MT 59725 (406) 683-3000 • www.barretthospital.org • • • 4.16 v a ink • • _ : 1 0 7 4. 41 , 1 4 4 4 Butte siivrebuw Fee Department WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS AND EXPERIENCE WAITERS Life flight Network's new Butte base provides greator patient cart and improves the local economy ,_ife I light Network ;LFN; is the nations largest not for priiht air meth( ai service and has provided residents across the Northwest and Intermountain West with the finest air medical transport for more than 36 years. 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