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Paaa 4 SeJtAmbar 17. 1998 Quacl City. HArald Pateros 4-I-J'ers, FFA earn blue ribbons at county fair Pateros 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) participants cam e home from the Okanogan Counly Fair with a case of the blues. Blue ribbons, that is. Seventeen of the kids took market or breeding hogs to the'fair; .all 17 returned with blue ribbons for their pigs, as well as for fining and showing, hea'dmmnshipandeducatioualdisplays. Ten of the top 21 pigs belonged to Pateros children, said Lynnette Blackburn, 4-H leader. Clint Hull received the reserve championship for his market hog; Sara Troutman was fourth, Tony Blackburn was seventh and 'Hanna Hull was eighth. Danni Blackburn received a reserve champion ribbon for her breeding gilt (female) pig. Melissa Nieuwenhuis received the herdsmanship award in the senior 4-H division. The blue ribbon pig farmers included Garret and Tyler Rains, Erica. Melissa and Alison Nieuwenhuis; Tamsin. Emma, Abram, Gideon and Petra Wilson; Matt and SaraTroutman,Clam, Hanna and Clint Hull; Jorge Lopez and Mjrvia Libbey. Stefanie Varrelman placed third in the market steer category. She received blue ribbons for herdsmanship, her educational display and fitting and showing. Stefanie and her steer were named the "cutest couple" in the beef barn. Heidi Scroggie was the grand champion in senior division fitting and showing in the FFAsheep exhibits. She received blue ribbons for her market lamb and breeding ewes as well as herdsmanship. Her brother Scott took some chickens to the fair: he received a blue ribbon for one of his roosters and for herdsmanship (the care of the animal). The FFA produce judging team finished second; its members were Tyler Moore, Bryan Ehlenbach, Joel McFee, Tao Stenler and Aaron Best. The livestock judging team was third. It consisted of Melissa and Erica Nieuwenhuis, Klancy Allen, Danni Blackburn and Tamsin Wilson. The apple bin race team of Jamie and Jerad Evans, Andy Simons, Dustin Johnson, Mitchel Moore, Danni Blackburn and Erica Nieuwenhuis was third. SCHOOL LUNCH Brewster Mon., Sept. 21 - Breakfast: Scrambledeggs, pancakes, fruit, { milk. Lunch: Deli sandwich, macaroni salad, fruit, milk. Tues., Sept. 22 - Breakfast: Cold cereal, cinnamon roll, fruit, milk. Lunch: Beef and bean burrito, corn, fruit, milk. Wed., Sept. 23 - Breakfast: Blueberry muffin, ham sticks, fruit, milk. Lunch: Haystacks, veggie, fruit, milk. Thurs., Sept. 24 - Breakfast: French toast, sausage, fruit, milk. Lunch: Corn dog, French fries, fruit, milk. Fri., Sept. 25 - Breakfast: Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk. Lunch: Hamburger patty on wheat bun, French fries, fruit, milk. Parsley is not just a garnish, it 18 an excellent source of vitamins A and C end is rich in minerals, upeclally Iron. IIIII II I I Dan Ewing of I Les Schwab Thanks a lot.fi)r your support at the Okanogan Co. Fair Livestock sale. I appreciate your buying my I { .. ma,'ket/fig' BiU" I very much. I [Brody Blackburn] I I No Job Too Small Whites Construction Co. New construction, remodel & repair Commercial & Residential 30 Years Experience KEN WHITE, owner ;hrES (509)422-3714L="$d Three reasons why Twin Firs Turf is the largest and most respected turf farm in NCW. 509-787-2868 or 800-303-2868 I II Sponsored by KOZI and the following: Selected Lamps Closeout Prices 29.95 Save over 50% Waterville fair trip FFA reporter Dusty Raventstein On August 28 we were on are way to the Waterville fair. Dennis S wanberg, are Ag teacher, Brent Cook, Courtney Riggan, Philip Bowman, Heidy Eiesland, Lance Dial, and Dusty Ravenstein left from the school at 9:00 a.m .to go to the fair. We arrrived about I0:00 a.m. and the lust thing we did was to judge produce. We placed fifth out of eight teams. Next thing we did was tractordriving. Brent Cook got the best score, he had a time of 2:06, and his points scored were 200. Philip Bowman got the next best score for time and points, his score for time was 2:58 and his points were 103. After tractor driving we had some spare time to look around, until we had to livestock judge. We had to go through twice, and look at the different groups of animals. We were judging lambs, pigs and steers. We were voting on Market Steers, Market Pigs, Market Lambs, steer, hog and lamb. We ended up in I I th place overall. Wm, E. Vallance photo Ten year old Clay Gebbers won Best Sewing, Best Quilt and Grand Champion Quilt at the Okanogan County Fair last week for his hand made quilt. Clay spent 24 hours over four days to sew the quilt. uKanogan C;,00unty Fair con't from page 1 The best overall dairy cow award was won by Levi Knapp, Brewster, Levi also won awards for his Guernsey cows and the best in breed in other milk cows. Luke McKee, Brewster, won the junior division championship for his Guernsey cows. Klancy Allen won a best in breed award for her breeding ewe sheep. Clint Hull, Pateros,won the FFAdivision reserve champion award for his maxket pig. Danni Blackburn of Pateros won a grand champion ribbon for her breeding gilt (a female pig that has not had a litter.) Melissa Nieuwenhuis won the herdsmanship award in the senior division of FFA swine competition. The Pateros High School produce judging team as second in the FFA produce judging contest; Brewster was third and Bridgeport fourth. Pateros placed third in FFA livestock judging, while Brewster finished sixth. The Brewster team was sixth in tractor driving. Jesse G urney placed fourth in the individual livestock competition. Joel Coster of Pateros finished third in produce judging, while Cody Firmington of Brewster was fifth. The annual apple bin races were won by the Women at the Fair. who included Lynnette Blackburn, Barb Rains and Roberta Nieuwenhuis of Pateros; Colleen Tibbs of Oroville and Connie Townsend of Okanogan. Brewster dance to aid Immigration Alliance A fundraising dance will be held at Brewster Elementary School Saturday night, September 19 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.at the BrewsterElementary School multipurpose room. Music will be furnished by the dee jay company Amistad Latina. Concessions, including tamales, will be available. A drawing will be held during the dance; the winner will receivea refund of their admission and two t-shins. Admission is $5 for womeri, $10 for men and $12 for families. Proceeds go to the Washington Alliance for Immigration Rights. Reading tut,)rs sought for Quad City schools . One hour a week to help someone to read School dislrict officials in Brewster, Bridgeport and Pateros are looking for volunteers willing to help children learn to read. All three districts are part ofaprogram that uses the volunteers as tutors, reading to and with children to improve their literacy skills. The volunteers would work at least one hour a week through the school year. In Brewster, the efforts will be concentratedat the elementary school. the volunteers tutors will work with the children one-on-one. "We focus on reading. Exclusively on reading," said coordinator Kristy Baker. Each volunteer will tutor at least two children; organizers want volunteers to work with same children all year if possible, Baker said. Consistent instruction--and instructors---are better for children, she said. Tutors will be asked to work at least one hour each week, she said, and more, if they choose. "Basically, we are willing to take whatever time someone can: give us'tin addition to the one-hour requirement, she "said. "More (volunteer time) is always appreciated." Baker said practically anyone can participate--the only requirement is to know how to read. Training is provided. Under state law, all volunteers must submit to a background check. People who are interested in volunteering in Brewster are asked to contact Baker, teacher Karla Phillips (extension 603 at the elementary school) or grade school principal Eric Driessen. Bridgeport district officials also are concentrating on the elementary school; the emphasis will be on volunteers," Homer said, showing family members how to tutorchildren. In addition, the tutors will learn effective ways to get kids working on their homework. Bridgeport officials will be ready to start soliciting volunteers in a few weeks, Homer said. The Pateros program will include children in kindergarten through high school, said Pateros principal Perry Atkinson. District officials want to use student tutors as well as adult volunteers, he said. People who want to participate can obtain founhand fifth gradc, said[ementary ,moreinformation from Atkinson, principal Jean Homer. "What we Margaret Beyer or teacher Joy would like to focus on is family McCulley. 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