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Page 4 Jun~ 28. 2001 Pancho Martinez Although he is regularly asked to in American politics. 2001 All it takes in one of the MILL BAY CASINO * $5,000 Cash Option is available upon request. OtJad CiW Herald Randy Dahl named scholar The United States Achievement Academy announced that Randy T. Dahl from Bridgeport has been n-tined an All-American Scholar. The USA.A has established the All-American Scholar Award Program to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3, or higher, grade point average. These are awards few students can ever hope to attain. Randy Dahl, who attends Bridgeport High School, will appear in the All- American Scholar Yearbook, which is published nationally. "'Recognizing and supporting our youth is more important than ever before in America's history. Certainly, United States Achievement Academy winners should be congratulated and appreciated for their dedication to excellence and achievement," said Dr. George Stevens, Executive Director of the United States Achievement Academy. Randy Dahl,is the son of Dan and Ann Dahl from Bridgeport. The grandparents are Wally and Elaine Dahl from Bothell, Washington and Chuck and Madeline Daniels from Great Falls, Virginia. geport High School honor roll 2000-01 Tressie Farley 4.00 Amanda Chedester 3.37 Kendall Parsons 4.00 Tim O'Connell 3.35 Brook Saltier 4.00 Ivan Plaza 3.29 Diana Brown 3.96 Beatriz Vallejano 3.29 Jon White 3.90 Dena Mullin 3.29 Caitlin Starek 3.89 Rocio Martinon 3.29 Randy Dahl 3.89 Isaac LaForce 3.29 Kathy VanMeer 3.83 Marisol Perez 3.27 Cody Dezellem 3.81 Lizeth Mogollan 3.17 Benita Izaguirre 3.80 Jesus Alegre-Gutierrez 3.14 Emily Gavin 3.72 Mario Zaccanti 3.12 Jenny Howell 3.71 Francisco Garcia 3.12 Jose Perez 3.70 Alex Martinez 3.10 Jenny Parsons 3.67 Even Martinon 3.11 Michelene Farley 3.66 Leo Ortega 3.09 Gerry Valdovin0s 3.66 Leonel Cerda 3.09 Michael Chase 3.65 Martiza Mosqueda 3.06 Jon Sullivan 3.63 Megan Malone 3.05 Juan Fregozo 3.57 JJ Martinez 3.05 Juanita De La Cerda 3.57 Maria Loya Barrera3.03 Mario Sanchez 3.54 Jose Sanchez 3.00 Amber Brazeau 3.53 Lisa Rice 3.00 Jaymie Dorchuck 3.50 Steven Shiles 3.00 Hailey Henderson 3.49 Maricela Cruz 3.00 Jared Henton 3.45 Eder Gonzalez 3.00 Ben Hernandez 3.39 Janice Johnson 3.00 Micaela Martinez 3.39 Laura Lopez 3.00 Bridgeport school principals and other employees in supervisor positions will receive a 3.7 percent raise for the 2001-02 school year. Principals Scott Saltier and Steve Pointer, business managerDebby Sharp, maintenance director Randy Hurley and transportation director Dan Zaccanti will receive the same percentage raise as that granted to teachers, classified staff and district superintendent Gene Schmidt. In other business at the regular Bridgeport School Board meeting Monday, June 18, board members signed a contract with Inter-Pacific Management to operate the district's food service program. The company ran the program during the just-completed school year, purchasing supplies, writing menus and training personnel. Schmidt said it turned out to be a good deal for the school district: the 2000-01 contract was about $193,000, while district officials spent $199,270 in 1999- 2000, the last year it was operated by the district. The 2001 - 02 contract will be about $193,000, the same as last year. Schmidt announced that three seats on the school board will be ,contested in the November general election. Currently they are held by Tracy Zahn, Jerry Henton and Gary Ivory. People who are interested in running for a seat can file as candidates the week of July 23 through 27, either by mail or at the Douglas County Courthouse in Waterville. Board members hired Dan O'Conner as the teacher at Westfield Learning Center, the district's alternative high school. O'Conner will start work in the fall; Jenner Sanon is teaching summer classes. There are sessions for junior high students from 9 a.m. to noon and 3 to 5 p.m while high school sessions are from 3 to 8 p.m. Tim Wood was hired as the secondar)' school music teacher. Jared Henton eams scholar award Carnival tickets The United States Achievement for their dedication to excellence and produce donation Academy announced that Jared R. achievement." said Dr. George Stevens, Henton from Bridgeport, Washinglon Executive DirectoroftheUnitedStatestofoodbank has been named a United States Achievement Academy. A project to sell carnival tickets and National Award Winner in Science TheAcademyselectsUSAAwinners donate food for carnival rides resulted and All-American Scholar. upon the exclusive recommendation in more th,'m 400 cans, boxes and bags This award is a prestigious honors of teachers, coaches, counselors, and offoodand$65incashfortheBrewster very few students can ever hope to other qualifiedsponsors and upon the Food Bank. attain. In fact, the Academy recognizes Standards of Selection set forth by FoodbankdirectorGladysGilmartin fewer than 10% of all American high theAcademy.Thecriteriaforselection said the food bank received 450 school students, areastudent'sacademic performance, food items, collected from children Jared. who attends Bridgeport High interest and aptitude, leadership who donated in exchange for one School, wasnominatedforthisnationai qualities, responsibility, enthusiasm, free ride at the Paradise Carnival, awards by Calvin Stark a teacher and motivation to learn and improve, which was in town the first weekend coach at the school, citizenship, attitude and cooperative in June. JaredwillappearintheUnitedStates spirit, dependability, and StudentsfromtheCurrentWorld Achievement Academy Official recommendation from a teacher or Problems class at Brewster High Yearbook, which is published director. Schoolsoldticketsforthecarnival; nationally. Jared is the son of Jerry and Millie they collected $65, which was donated "Recognizingandsupporlingouryouth Henton from Bridgeport, Washington. to the food bank as well. They is more important than ever before in The grandparents are Ray and Betty also sorted the donated food. Gilmartin American's history. Certainly, United HentonofBridgeIx)rt, Washingtonand said the food bank operators were States Achievement Academy winners Don and Acela Doyal of Brewster, grateful for their help, and the should be congratulated and appreciated Washington. donations. works on a do so, summer s Cheryl Schwsizer Photot computer project with the aid of Mary Frye. God does not take sides The average life span of a major league baseball is five to --Sen. George Mitehel] seven pitches, I CIVIC COUPE is a $2 bet )with the top Jack-pot designated dollar slot machines and you win. It's that simple. TRIBAL CASINOS MILL BAY CASINO COULEE DAM CASINO Coulee Darn, WA +-aoo- %-7%oz OKANOCvNN BINGO-CASINO 1111 Technically the Columbia Cove Commanity Center is not a joint, but the joint will be jumping all summer long. There will be plenty of things for kids to do at the community center this summer, from computer classes to a place to play basketball. Most of the daytime programs are intended for grade school age children, but community center operators,are looking for someone to teach computer classes for adults. Computer c "lasses already are offered for children, from I to4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Children are taught basic computer skills, how to use the Internet and basic research skills, among other things. The computers, pool tables and other games share the same room, which is open weekday afternoons. The center's gymnasium is open to children and adults from 1 to 9 p.m. weekdays. Children 11 years of age and youngercan compete in the center's coed soccer league, which began play this week. The center's boxing program continues, with practice from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays "and Thursdays. An art and crafts session is planned: they will be held once each week, with time and date to be announced. Enrique Rubio receives EWU scholarship Enrique Rubio of Brewster has been awarded a S600 Wynia Scholarship for the 2001-2002 academic year at Eastem Washington University. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding continuing student. Rubio, the son of Leticia and Natividad Rubio of Brewster, graduated in 2000 from Brewster High School, where he was active in many sports. He will be a sophomore at Eastern this fall and is undecided on a major. + The Bridgeport School District is 11:30-12:30. Summer School Program is up and One of the choices that have been running withover 200studentsenrolled popular is Mexican Dance and Culture in the academic sessions in the mornings taught by our three Mexican Exc "hange andlate afternoon/evening sessions. Teachers. Cecilia Ramirez and TheEnrichmentAcfivitiesareavailable Magnolia Sanches-Cortez are from fromnoontothree.Bus rviceisprovided Pueblas while Jose Francisco Garcia at 3 p.m. for those students living out of Hernandez is from Oaxaca. town. Several field trips are planned, The teachers are staying with host including trips toChief Joseph Dam, the "familiesinBridgeportsotheycanexperience Okanogan Mu um, and the Laser Light our way of life. If you are interested in Show in Grand Coulee. There are a havingoneofthemstaywithyou, please variety of activities p'lanned with sign- contact the Bridgeport School District. up in the multi-purpo nx)m during brealO sl lunch. Free meals are being served to "all children ages 1 to 18 years old. Breakfast is 7:30-8:30a.m. and lunch Methow Potluck Picnic / With FREE Hot Dogs Parade at Noon /Old Fashioned / Games / ,+ Methow Volunteer Fire Department (%" Friday Steamer Clams June 29 & 30 9:15-1:15 I PATEROS MALL, Pateros / Fresh CARTER EXCAVATION, Inc. Subdi si Ro Ho POTTY WAGON 689-2482 / 689-2455 eve Friday & Saturday Our Famous Prime Rib 923-2093