News from Little Snake River Valley School

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Want to be a modern-day hero? If so, here is your chance.

Bonfils Blood Center will be in Baggs from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday. at the Higher Ed Center.

The drive is sponsored by the Bobcat Inn. The last blood drive in the valley saw more than 27 donations.

Poker Run results

The fifth annual Larry Ward poker run was Sunday. This year saw a great turnout, and the Little Snake River Lions Club would like to thank all of those who participated. Results are as follows:

• 1st place - Ira Waldron

• 2nd - Race Russell

• 3rd - Blake Herold

• Hard Luck - Rance Moon

A good friend, teacher

Our friend and teacher Kathy Hallingstad passed away Dec.18, 2007, in an Albuquerque, N.M., hospital after complications from diabetes.

Kathy was a special education teacher at Little Snake River Valley School in the 1990s. Teaching was the love of Kathy's life, and she felt each of her students were special. She always saw the good in each of them and hoped she'd have a positive impact on their lives in order to be successful.

Kathy will be remembered by her friends in Baggs for riding her three-wheel bicycle around town after work and on the weekends. She loved her dogs and her horse.

Kathy also was a bird watcher and loved to hear the sounds of their singing. When Kathy lost her sight, it was hard for her not being able to drive and travel around the states. She once told her friend Kathy (Caracena) Luna that she would never have left Baggs if it had not been for her health.

She waited too long to drive back for a visit but had her happiest memories while she lived in Baggs.

Herold is Honored Alum

The student council has announced its Honored Alumni for 2008.

This year's big winner is longtime valley resident Braddy Herold. Herold was honored during the Farson basketball game Wednesday.

Herold has two children who attend school at LSRV, a daughter, Brittany, and son, Blake. Both of his children are active in sports, and Herold can be found in the stands cheering at every game, no matter if it is girls or boys, junior high or high school.

Herold often donates his time, money and efforts to LSRV. He donates to the FFA in the form of funds and scrap metal. Herold also has donated his cooking talents to a multitude of school activities including junior and senior banquet and eighth-grade promotion. The Student Council and the whole school were honored to award Braddy Herold for his contributions within the school and thank him sincerely for everything he has done for the students and staff.

LSRV wins big

Twenty-nine diligent, local Science Fair winners headed to Rock Springs on Feb. 8 for the District Science Fair.

The science fair attendees did an outstanding job representing LSRV. Eight of the 10 high school projects at the Science Fair and 21 of the 113 total middle school projects were from LSRV. The winners, who will now travel to state competition in Laramie, are listed below.

Middle School

Taylor Kaisler, 1st

Callie Wilson, 3rd

Daniel Wille, 1st

Conner Lee, 3rd

Karmyn Davis, 2nd

Jordan Sutherland, 3rd

High School

Zach Herold/Kal Ready, 1st

Cora Foster, 1st

Lindsey Carron/Alaina Mikesell, 2nd

Jace Munzing, 1st

Kevin Williams/Dominik Kazmar, 3rd

Rygel Russell, 1st

Ryan Mikesell, 1st

FFA Speech and Creed night a big success

Tuesday night, the community gathered to hear some of the FFA's top members present their speeches and creed.

Joseph Herold and Logan Adams presented their speeches after freshmen Chance Englehart, Cora Foster, Alaska Burnell, Colton Orchard, Skyler Lee and Cierra Williams presented their FFA Creed. Joseph and Logan both had speeches addressing the Mountain Pine Beetle.

The winners of the night, who will be headed to District for Speech, are Logan Adams and Joseph Herold. Creed winners are Alaska Burnell and Chance Englehart. District Speech will be held in Laramie, Wyo., on Tuesday. Congratulations to everyone who Royalty at LSRV presented, and good luck in the presentation of your speeches and creeds in Laramie. The FFA also would like to say "thank you" for the three outstanding judges of the night: J. Sheehan, Celia Weber and Ann Hedges.

Royalty at LSRV

Saturday morning was a day fit for a queen ... and a princess, prince and even a king.

During the Cokeville game, homecoming royalty was announced, and the high school students have chosen four amazing kids to represent them. Amy Foster and Logan Adams took top honors as prom queen and king, respectively. Alaina Mikesell and Dominik Kazmar were crowned princess and prince of LSRV.

ACT Prep times

The Little Snake River Higher Ed will host two ACT Prep afternoons for any juniors or seniors who are planning on taking this very important test. The first ACT class is Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 1:30 p.m., and the second class will be Wednesday, March 5 at 1:30 p.m. If you have any questions, call Christy Stocks at 383-6861 at the Higher Ed or talk to Mrs. Duncan.

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dobiedear 6 years, 10 months ago

Please change the name of the Blood services to United Blood Services

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