Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.) 1916-current, February 12, 2016, Image 1
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O R 4 County firstname.lastname@example.org 406-778-3344 VOLUME 100 ISSUE 7 BAKER, MONTANA 59313 $1.00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2016 Spartan wrestlers gear up for State Ben Fujimori Senior 205 lbs. 2 nd Place @ Divisional Spencer Losing Senior 138 lbs. 4t\ Place @ Divisional Keegan Kary Junior 126 lbs. 2 nd Place @ Divisional Miss Montana visits Baker By Sherry Vogel Miss Montana Danielle Wineman, native of Cut Bank, was in Baker Feb. 5 to share her anti -bullying message, \Act on Com- passion\. She also entertained the elementary and high school students with her musical talent as a pianist. This was Miss Montana's 147th presentation. She has spoken to 26,000 Montana students since she began her reign June 13, 2015. Miss Montana emphasizes each student \is the star of their own story\ and, therefore, can determine what tliC student thinks about themselves. Continuing the metaphor, she said the student also plays a role in the story of those they interact with. She stated, \Every time you use your words, you are making a conscious decision between using your words for the forces of good and the forces of evil.\ She added,\ \By refraining from negative comments, we help others maintain their own confi- dence and character.\ Toward the end of the program, Wineman allotted time for ques- tions. One elementary student asked, \When is your birthday?\ Miss Montana replied, \My birthday is on Pi day.\ (rt. 3.14). She then asked, \Do you know when that is?\ One eager student's hand shot up and she said, \Thanksgiving\! Another question asked was, \How does your crown stay on?\ The children broke into laughter when she replied, \In the morning I chew a big wad of bubble gum,\ as she motioned that she puts lion the top of her head. Miss Montana, a 23 year old theatre arts graduate, encourages all young teen girls in Montana, aged 14-18, to enter the Miss Montana Outstanding Teen Pageant. Every contestant is awarded a scholarship of no less than $250. The Miss Montana 'ageant is open to all Montana women ages 19-27. Each con- testant walks away with no less than $850. For more infonna- ion, log onto www.missmontana.com, or www.missamerica.org or Faccbook Miss Montana Scholarship program. Russell's Clothing Baker, Mi' 40,6-77*2427 :I 4 Paul Wang Junior 182 lbs. 2\ Place @ Dalton Lecoe Freshman 103 lbs. 2 nd Place @ Divisional Above: Miss Montana Danielle Wineman, native of Cut Bank, entertained the elementary and high school students with her musical talent as a pianist. Below: The elementary students listen while Miss Montana shared her anti -bullying message, \Act on Com- passion\. Photos by Sherry Vogel vatett(ne a t ifis! JEANS BY Jewelry by hotly tja sh VP MONTANA . WI SI I .VIRKNA4 g rgltallill a. Blankets by DenaliR & Little Giraffe Visit Our Website at www.FallonCoun Extra.com