Snake River tid bits
September 15, 1999
Cemetery face lift
The Anderson Cemetery, located south of Battle Mountain on County Road 710, recently got a face lift. The graves in the cemetery had become obscured due to the overgrowth of sagebrush and weeds. Thanks to all who helped, the headstones are now visible. We hope everyone will notice the excellent job by these citizens.
Is it a bird?
It’s a bird, no it’s a plane, actually it’s Little Snake River School music teacher Carl Baxter. Baxter has been seen recently flying over the valley in his ultra-light. It seems like he is having fun. Wouldn’t it be great to fly, too?
Project Reach Coordinator Christy Stocks said there are a few openings left for the free child development screening to be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Little Snake River Community Church in Baggs. Appointments are mandatory and the screening is free. For more information, call Christy at 383-7745.
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Linda Duncan held a Weight Watcher’s organizational meeting Sept. 15 at the Little Snake River Valley School. If you were unable to attend and are interested in the program, call Duncan at 383-2644.
The eighth grade at Little Snake River Valley recently held class officer elections with the following students elected: Jason Wille, president; Jessica Garvin, vice-president; Stacy Stocks, secretary/treasurer; Sammi Harrington, reporter.
The sophomore class at Little Snake River is taking orders for new and renewal orders for magazines. If you have not been contacted and are interested in making an order, call Ms. Darrington at 383-2185 during school hours.
High school rodeo
Snake River will host a high school rodeo Saturday and Sunday east of Dixon at the Russell Community Park. Five students from Little Snake River, Erica Johnson, Mitzi Latham, Willow Nicholas, Warren Adams and Brianna Montgomery, will be participating in barrels, poles, goats, breakaway, calf roping and team roping.
The ladies from Hiawatha Rebekah Lodge No. 21 will serve a roast beef dinner Saturday evening between the two arenas.
The Dixon Club will host a dance at 9 p.m. Saturday with music from the “Down Home Country” band.
Rattlers keep diggin’
In tournament action the Lady Rattlers volleyball team brought home two championship trophies from Saratoga and Pine Bluffs. The Rattlers have also defeated the Encampment Tigers. We wish the Lady Rattlers best of luck as they head to Albin, Wyo., for another tournament. The Rattlers are coached by Ann Wille and Gwenda Herold.
Dates to remember from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:
Sept. 25 – Meeker Stake Women’s Temple Day at 11 a.m. in Vernal, Utah.
Sept. 26 – Fast and Testimony Sunday Looking ahead to General Conference
Oct. 2-3 – General Conference
Oct. 7 – Homemaking What would you like to can?
Oct. 16 – Stake Temple trip
Oct. 17 – Primary Sacrament program at 10:30 a.m.