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Itures Cheryl Schweizer photo Fort Okanogsn Interpretive Center worker Inez Reya (left) shows visitors Millie end Clint Sharer, Kirkland, an antique gun from the museum's collection. Fort Okanogan Museum eon't from page 1 agreement. When the possibility of operating the museum was fwst brought to the tribe's attention, he said, it was with the understanding that the museum and land might be donated to the tribe. Nickerson said the state has no plans to change the ownership of the museum or site. He said tribal officials had planned to change some of the exhibits to highlight local tribal history and add more NativeAmerican artifacts, but had never received support from the state. There were plans to change the signs along the highway, he said, but the tribe could not obtain permission. Under those circumstances, the tribe has decided to concentrate its efforts on its museum and gift shop in Grand Coulee, Marchand said. "We can't afford to keep open a center that's not going to be ours," he said. But Anita Gorr, who operates the museum, said tribal officials have not supported it adequately. "Our tribal council is not supporting us." Gorr said she had some people interested in building a replica of Fort Okanogan next to the museum, something that she believes would generate more visitors. "The possibilities are there, if the tribe would jump on it," she said. But tribal officials have not shown any interest in promoting the site, or Area students rewarded for perfect attendance Brewster Nineteen Brewster Elementary School students were so conscientious about attending school they didn't miss a single day of the 1995-96 school year. They were there in the fall and the winter, when it snowed and when it rained, through flu epidemics and nicespring days when it might be tempting to play hooky. They came to school every day, and were never even late. Each child received a certificate recognizing that achievement. They indaded Janeth Zamudio, kindergarten; Kenneth Cheyney, Sandra Garcia, Yuliana Lopez, Roberto Orozco, first grade; Maria Tortes, Angel Cuin, Juan Hernandez, Jonatan Ledesma, second grade; Saul Diaz, LeonardoLopaz, third grade; Berenice Mariscal, Hugo Garacia, Yolanda Sore, fourth grade; Joel Carrasco, Yazmin Diaz, Raul Rios, fifth grade and Andres Mariscal and Ivan Tinoco, sixth grade. Pateros Pateros Elementary School students who missed three days of school or less were recognized with a bright pink certificate at the school's year end assembly. Aaron Ehlenbach and Bryan Darwood had perfect attendance; they didn't miss even one day of school. Students receiving awards for excellent attendance included Ana Barrios, first grade; Nayeli Rios, Calder Brauchla and Brant Ehlenbach, second grade; Brody Blackburn, Chad Van Lith, Hector Izaguirre and Christina Mota, third grade; Eduardo Gonzalez, Celeste Bowen, Ryan Brauchla and Brady Dundas, fourth grade; Wiley Moulton, Leah Luchte, Cody Brown, Geoffrey Hiitz and Katie Mickels, fifth grade and Danni Blackburn, Albert Soto and Jamie Evans, sixth grade. In astronomy, a cosmic year is the period of rotation of the sun around the Milky Way galaxy, 225 million years. Free Quality o k Estimates at com.petitive prwe CONSTRUCTION Office (509) 689-9203 Mobile, 669-6425 Home {5091 923-2537 ROUNDTABLE Restaurant & Lounge Pateros Mall .... -"", :i : ,d':"-i; :iI/:LT:;" C::i:::.:i:i::!:r:i::i:i: 1 ......... iI. ............. ......... ................ ....  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Jacobsen asked 15 to 20 boys present about participation in other sports; while some would play football or basketball or baseball, all would play soccer. He said even though it was inconvenient the district needed to start a soccer program; it mighl keep kids in school. Board member Don Backer said he wanted to keep soccer playersand soccer practices and soccer games-- off the field north of Brewster Elementary School. He said using the field for soccer would cause too much damage and jeopardize its use lot soflball and baball. Santos said soccer was among the uses listed for the field when the district asked for the bond to rebuild the high school and elementary school.and a soccer field was included on all the plans shown to the public before construction. He disputed Becket's contention that soccer wou Id make the space unusable for baseball and softball. Becker was unmoved; he said he would never vote to play soccer on that field, and would prevent it being played there if he could. dun 27 1996 Papa 5 Smith said he had asked Bridgeport School District officials it" Brewster might play some home soccer matches there. He had not yet received an answer, he said. Board member Howard Gamble said it was premature to talk about a season until the board could see a game schedule. He suggested that Santos and Smith work with high school principal Randy Phillips and the as- yet-unnamed new superintendent on the schedule. Humborg agreed,tabling the issue until a later meeting. In other business, the board approved fall sports schedules for the 1996season, including varsityandJV footlmll, varsity and JV volleyball and junior high tacklefootball. Board members accepted the resignation of Rosalie Eseobedo, a special program aide. She is moving from the area. indeed shown any interest in it at all. "Not one council member has ever walked in this door or set foot on the site," she said. Gorr said state parks officials had been willing to cooperate with the tribe to replace signs and other things but had never received cooperation in return. Gorr and Nickerson said they were looking for ways to keep the museum open. Gorr said she might approach the tribe's business organization, independent of the council, with a proposal for a replica of the fort. Nickerson said the parks department would "probably seek other ways" to keep the museum open, including seeking volunteers as operators. Board reviewing superintendent applications The Brewster School Board. will meet Monday, July 1 in executive session to review the applications for district superintendent. The position was vacated with the resignation of Mark Jacobsen, who has been hired as the superintendent of the Eatonville School District. Board chairman .Larry Humborg said teacher, board and community interviews of prospective candidates is scheduled for the week of July &Anew superintendentis expected to be chosen prior to the end of July, Bridgeport sc:r00ools announce honor roll Bridgeport Middle School 2nd Semester 1995-96 Honor Roll .().flzg[ad. lan Turner - 4.000'; Adrian Vazquez- 4.000*; Randy Dahi - 3.925; Jonathan White - 3.925; Deane Floyd - 3.675; Benjamin Hernandez- 3.500; Stephanie Hagel- 3.400; Michelle Joyner- 3.350; JulioEscareno - 3.333; Christopher McDonald- 3.275; Micaela Martinez - 3.150; Esbeidi Ochoa - 3.000. 7th grade: Hannah Johnson-4.000*; Tosha Hansen - 3.857; Kendall Parsons - 3.857;Angie Brazeau- 3.771; Emily Gavin - 3.629; Taunya Davidson - 3.571; Amy (Vance) Bushnell - 3.350; Isaac LaForce - 3,299; Megan Malone - 3.043; Ivan Plaza- 3.000; Katherine Van Meer - 3.000. 8lh |zrade: Todd Perkins - 4.000*; DeliaHemandez - 3.857;TeresaFlores - 3.814; Matthew Troutman - 3.800; Richard Dahl - 3.717; Megan Kems - 3.571; Misty Lamar - 3.529; Casey Lorz- 3.514; Morgan "LaForce -3.500; Ben Lynn - 3.500; Emily Henderson - 3.471; Holly Ci'ocker - 3.286; Justin Walls - 3.183; Vanessa Arciniega - 3.100; Melisha Hendricks - 3.057; Heather Allen - 3.000. 9th erade: Andrea Henton - 4.000*; Jordan Miller - 3.514; Michael White - 3.471; Vidal Arciniega- 3.429; Sarah Troutman - 3.371; Omar Lopez- 3.243; Jeffrey Wood - 3.200; Vicente Hernandez - 3.143; Dustin Mathews- 3.057; Juan Gomez - 3.000; Mayra Gomez - 3.000. 10th rade: Bethany Lynn- 4.000"; Rebekah Van Zwoll- 3.888; Stefanie Gavin - 3.814; Sarah Cooper- 3.771; Erica Jacobsen - 3.586; Melissa Brazeau - 3.471; Maria I. Garcia - 3.471; Patrick Dundas- 3A27;Crystall Nilsen - 3.400; Noelia Hernandez - 3.286;CassandmCruz-3,129; Shannon Huff- 3.000. l lth rade: Lorraine Bastidas- 3.538; Shelbie Preugschat - 3.471; Samantha Tyrrell - 3.471; Patricia Montes - 3.431; Alicia Troutman - 3.431; Darby Zahn - 3.231; Kelly Wood - 3.200; Rachael Allen - 3.175; Ricardo Ochoa- 3.057; Windi Selle - 3.046. 12th trade. RobinJacobson-4.0(]O*; Sara Belz/IVlontano - 3.900; Erin Graves - 3.892; Yolanda Guzman - 3.729; Charles Millet - 3.567; Kyona Jiles - 3.467; Nathan Collyer- 3.333; VictorGodinez- 3.I67;Joanie Hurley - 3.109; Biatriz Montes- 3.091; Miriam Padilla- 3.050. Pateros Jr/S ' High lists honor students Pateros Junior-Senior High wishes to recognize those students who have worked toward academic excellence and have achieved Honor Roll status for second semester of the 1995-96 school year. Students achievine a 4.0 awraee: Seniors - Adam James, Merry Nickerson; Juniors - Jennifer Sirek- Love. Marcy Stennes, Jay Venegas; Sophomores - Heather Cater, Krista Ervin; Freshmen- KlancyAllen,Ta,vny Hofmann; Eighth - Clint Hull, Melissa Nieuwenhuis; Jimmy Reed, Heidi Scroggie, Jesse Steele, Kevin Stfnnes, "Mark Stennes, Beth Tuinstra, Kassie Wienker; Seventh - KellyAllen, ' Katie Dundas, Tao Stettler. Suoerintendent's List (3,75 - 3.99): Seniors - Holly Cater, Pat Hunter Crystal Miller, Brandon Shaw;Juniors - Kasey Allen, Jarod Brown, Brooke Libbey, Jared Sadowsky; Sophomores - Brian Crooks, Zach Ross; Eighth - Jorge Dela More; Seventh- Paris Lilly, Claudia Rios. Principal's List (3.50- 3.74'): Seniors - Shannon Stanley, Angela Veeder, JoLee Worsham; Juniors - Kadi Arch, Carl Precht; Sophomores - Andrea iiiii ii More Boom For Your Buck( Placing septlc tanks and ecology blocks has never been easier! OMAK MIX _ Call today, at 826-6000 to find out how we can serve you. iiii i ............ ,_., __ .. BOESEL CONSTRUCTION. INC, "OVER 15 YEARS OZ EX00ER/ENCE!" 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Brewster Library schedules storytime The Brewster Community Library will host its first summer storytime session Monday, July 1 at 10:30 a.m. The library is located on Third Street, across from the Brewster City Hall. Esther Dalgas, Entiat, will bring puppets and story boards to tell tales and fables to children in preschool through the third grade. Parents are invited to attend. Librarian Judy Johnston said she plans to schedule other storytime sessions through the summer;, dates and time will be announced. July 19, 20 & 21 3.on;3 Hoop Beach Volleyball anoot Tournament Diane Hull - 923-2795 Parade of Boats Tins Harvey - 923-2805 Horse Shoe Tournament Harold Lemons - 689-2229 Arts & Crafts Johnye Cruse - 923-2005 Sheri Mortimer - 923-2347 1 Mile & 5K Jog Laraine Van Lith - 923-2470 Jack& Jill Softball JoeWorsham-923-2210 Bass Tournament JoniStanley-923-2620 Parade Tina Harvey - 923-2805 Name: Address: Phone: .'. - " ..C) .. ",'.'.:v..'...' ..... : . ii: ..E;= :i: at you, o::sk. 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