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_ " -_ : _1998 Quad Cily Herald New Mansfield superinte00 00eent con't from page 1 controversial figures, but Mansell said he doesn't mind; he likes his job. "It's a 1ol of fun. It's stressful. but it's exciting. You keep plugging away. and you see the fruits of your labor." He said he is excited by the possibilities of his new job. He is making plans to experiment with the junior high and high school schedule as well as promote ways teachers who teach different disciplines can work together. Mansfield and Bridgeport dissolved their sports cooperative at the end oftbe 1997-98 school year. Mansell said he thinks Mansfield can and will field a large extracurricular program, including football, volleyball and maybe baseball and softball. He said he believes an extracurricular program e "nhances school identity. Mansell was born in Boise. Idaho. but "I call Spokane my home." He joined theU.S.Air Force after graduating from high school with the intention of getting far away from Spokane and seeing the world, he said. He was sent to Montana, assigned to the crews responsible for maintenance of electronic and computer systems on cruise missiles. It was a coveted job and, in Mansell's opinion, rightly so; "it was lot of fun." He became an instructor, teaching other workers "You keep plugging away, and you see the fi'uits of your labor;" - Mark Mansell down an offer the intricacies of missile maintenance. That was when he decided he likedteaching, he said. "I got intocoaching.'" as well. When his hitch in the Air Force was over. he turned from a missile man ufaclurer and enrolled in college. "I got out (of the Air Force) on a Friday and I started school on Monday," he said. He came to Omak from Athena, Oregon. Mansell and his wife Debbie have two children. Bridgeport School District opens doors August 25 Bridgeport Elementary School begins Tuesday, August 25, for Kindergarten "X" through 5th and Wednesday, August 26, school begins for Kindergarten "O". School hours: office, 7:30-4:00; breakfast, 7:20 - 8:00; grades 4 and 5, 8:00 - 2:50; Kindergarten - grade 3, 8:10 - 2:50. School pictures: Thursday. September 3. Kindergarten "O"; Friday, September 4, Kindergarten "*X" - grade 5; Friday, September 4, preschool children, 2:30. New student registration: Thursday, August 20 ,and Friday, August 21,8:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00 in the Middle School library. Parent or guardian must accompany student and proof of immunization is required. Free and reduced breakfast/lunch applications are available. Parents are urged to come to the office (1400 Tacoma Ave.) and complete these forms or bring in confirmation from DSHS before school slarls. The elementary office will be open August 17 -21 between 7:00 - 3:30. Breakfast/lunch tickets may also be purchased during these times. If parents have questions, the elementary office number is 686-2201; the district office number is 686-9501. Summer readers scheduled for party Friendsofthe BrewsterLibrary will 3,300 miles away. Mileage has been take place on August 20 along with sponsor a party for Summer Reading ProgrmnparticipanlsThursday evening, August 20, from 6:30 to 8:00. The statewide theme this summer has been Travel the Reading Highway. The Brewster Branch has been encouraging reading activities by challenging kids to "Race to the Library" in Brewster, Massachusetts, accumulated by reading books with a grand prize to be awarded August 20 to the child who has read the most books and collected the most miles.Also, children who have reached certain mileage goals have been entered in a drawing with a prize of two all-day passes to Chelan Slidewaters. The drawing will also an evening of games and contests where the winners will receive prizes. Librarian Judy Johnston challenges readers to compete in the sack race, car race, boat race. bike race and other fun games. The Library is located next to the Drowsier Fire Hall across the street from city hall. Date change for opening of Brewster Adventist School:Aug. 25 The opening date forclasses at the Classes will start at 8 a.m. and BrewsterSeventh-dayAdventistSchool dismiss at 3 p.m. Monday through has been changed to Tuesday, August 25, instead of Monday, August 24, Thursday, and on Fridays dismissal announcesPrincipal Lea Kelley. will be :it 12:30. Sacred musical extravaganza on Telstar Saturday, Aug. 15 Those who enjoy music of the Musicians featured over the scores Southern Gospel Style are invited by the Voice of Prophecy directors to watch the Family Reunion Concert by satellite at 5 p.m. Saturday, August 15, on Telstar 5, Channel 24, coming live from the Loma Linda University Church, Loma LiMa, California. The Voice of Prophecy, which was broadcasting in 1937 under that name, is now a worldwide ministry proclaiming the gospel "Jesus Is Coming Again." of years on the Angel Award-winning broadcasts will include contralot Del Delker, the King's Heralds, Connie Vandeman Jeffery, Marvin Ponder, Wedgwood Trio and dozens of other soloists and groups participating in the musical extravaganza. Some local friends intend to record the two-hour program and plan to show it a a later date for those unable to watch this week, says Frank Wyman, who invites inquiries. li I!ii!!i!!iiiiii!!i!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!ii!!iii!iiiiiiiN!!iii!iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!ii!  Breakfast Specials Lunch Specials  Monday.-Friday   I, $2.95 $4.95 $3.95 $5.95 I '7" Daily Dinner Specials 00on,ay 0000s,ay W e,nes,ay Cajun Beef Stew Cajun Rwe Grilled Chicken ' $5.95 $5.95 $5.95 i SauteedThUrsdaYshrimp Friday. 6 oz. Sirloin & Cajun Cajun Catfish $7.95 I  $7.95 Prime Rib-$9.95 " SaturdaY Sunday . Shnmp Eteuffee Chicken Fried Steak z $7.95 $5.95 r ..... --- COUPON"" ...... ; : BUY ONE DINNER : ', AT REGULAR PRICE & RECEIVE ', ', 2 NoDE EQUALOR LESSER ! > z , VALUE FOR 1/2 PRICE. ,  ' ....... "" COUPON ........ "  Bridgeport calendar deadline approaCheS Monday, August 17, is the deadline for Bridgeport residents to have their names placed on, or to purchase the community calendar. Contact may be made with Nancy Fischer, advisor for the sponsoring Future Business Leaders of America, to place birthdays on the calendar or for the purchase of a new calendar. Vehicles colli, ! Ike Vallance photo A pickup truck driven by Jack Shaw, Brewster Flat, struck the rear of a vehicle stopped on Highway 97 to make a left turn at the north city limits of Brewster August 5. There were no apparent injuries. Brewster High IBchool class of '88100 gather Brewster High School classmates of 1988 will hold their 10 year class reunion Saturday, August 15. The event gets under way at 1 p.m. in Columbia Cove Park in Drowsier. The Class banquet, that evening, will be in the American Legion Hall. Family, friends and fellow Brewster graduates are invited to come join the Class in the park for games, visiting, and fun in the sun. Sports physicals needed for Bridgepo t =00iueJents The long hot sunny afternoons, full of swimming and picnics and family vacations, are visible signs of the height of summer. But the evidence multiplies that fall is just around the corner. School is approaching. The rituals of getting ready for school must include a physical for all Bridgeport High School students who want to participate in fall athletics. High school principal Jerry Pugh said he wanted to remind students they must have a physical before they can practice. They must furnish proof of insurance or purchase school- supplied insurance as well. Football and volleyball practices begin on Friday, August 14, 9-5. Saturday, August 15, 9-3 Table items: $1.00 a bag Dishwasher, counter top with basins, oven, 6 ft. counter w/double basins I LUNCH WILL BE AVAILABLE ] Brewer-Sen ior Center HOST AN ExcHANGE STUDENT"" TODAY Make a new lifelong friend from abroad. Enrich your family with another culture. Now you can host an exchange student (girl or boy) from Scandinavia, i Germany, France, Spain, England, Japan, Brazil, Hanna, 16yrs. ." Jan, 17yrs. Italy or other ' Enjoys dancing, movies, surfing .... Likes to camp. rollerblade internet, winter sports, countries. 15ecommg ('although I'm not good"), =all kinds of" music and a host to a young read and has always dreamed socializing with friends, international visitor to see Noah America. is an experience of a lifetime! Call for information or to choose your own exchange student. Large variety of nationalities, interests, hobbies, etc. now available. LOCAL AREA REP: SUSAN 509-686-2312 Karin at 1-800-733-277,3 Fv INTERNATIONAL BTUOENT EXH&NGE PROGRAMS  t A WORLD OF UNDI]Rb'TANDING'rHROUGH C&OSS.CULTLJRAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS the first day of school, Tuesday, August 25. Lockers will be issued to all students during the week of August 17. People who want more information can contact the high school office. Lamaze class s Dryer( in 00rew ster A five-week seriesofLamaze classes will be offered in Brewster in August and September. The Lamaze, orPrepared Childbirth classes, will beoffered at theOkanogan- Douglas District Hospital Conference Room, Brewster.beginning Wednesday, August 19. 1998. The classes will be held from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. and wily run for five weeks. Breathing and relaxation techniques for labor; medication choices; infant feeding; and anatomy and the physiology of labor are some of the topics to be covered. Certified Nurse-Midwife Sheryl Smith will teach the classes. Cost is "$40. Most insurances and medical cards will cover the cost of prenatal classes. For more information or to register, telephone Main Street Health Associates in Brewster. WILD Wt00ST Wt00DN00|DA? Slot Tournament /IL , WINNi00R! !! Congratulations Betty Sutton Riverside, Washington on your l st Place $500 Win! Congratulations! Sam Patrick from Omak Winner of a Color TV! Slot tournament every.. Wednesday starting at 6 p.m. Bmg ' (00l00)Okanogan 0Casm0 1-800-559-4643 * Okanogan' WA i