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___ IIR -- ~ 1/JL REPORTER Volume XXXVI No. 6 Youth Range • Forum'84 Tom Lechner has been selected as one of four youths to represent Mont- ana at the 1984 Youth Range Forun. It will be held in Rapid City, S.D., Feb. ll-17. The delegates attending will be the fir st to evaluate the use- fullness of a computerized grazing land management sill'Lllator. Tom will be competing in a public speech contest on Range Management. We all wish you the best of luck! FFA Speech Contest On January 19, the Win- ifred FFA Chapter held its annual Public Speak- ing Contest. The ju::l.ges were Linda Tyler, Dave Phillips, and Steve Knox. First place went to Tom Lechner with a speech on ~ange ~lanageraent. Second place was awarded to :Kevin Econom with a speech on Sodb..!sting. Greg Hikel placed third with his spe- ech on Poultry Production. Congratulations! I Winifred, MT 59489 Tammie Wins Award Tammie Selph was the winner of the Soroptimist Citizenship Award. She received $150 for her out- standing contributions to her community and school. The candidates were judged in the areas of patriot- ism, cooperation in home, community, national and international affairs. Everyone would like to congratulate Tamnie on win- ning this award. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DANCE The FreshllB.n class is sponsoring a Valentine's/ Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 11. A Sweetheart king and queen will be crowned at the dance and refreshments will be served. The cost of admission is $1.50 for singles and $2.00 for couples. See you there!! * * * * * * * * * * * * * February 4, 1984 Energy Education How would your organi- zation like a chance to win up to $400 and a trip to Washington, D,C,? Just join the Montana Energy Education Day (MEED) net- work and enter the MEED project contest. Governor Ted Schwinden has proclained Friday, March 23, 1984 as Energy Education Day in Montana. Stu::l.ents, teachers, and even entire schools are getting II energized II for the event. MEED can be celebrated in a number of ways: by organizing energy sympo- sia,.11useumsof Sbldent creat- ed exhibits,assembly pro- grams, tours, school or community recycling pro- grams, and energy-enrich- ed curriculum activities. Your school will be re- ceiving a MEED package containing additional pro- ject ideas, so contact your principal for de- tails. Cash prizes will be a- warded to the top five energy projects sul:xnittro. The first place winner will also receive a trip to Washin')ton, D,C • . . .