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.q~ ot 20. 2OO1 C)uad City. Herald members fair well at Brewsler hires retired Coun .:Fa = her By Jenny Reynolds,] f'FFAZreporterteac s The Okanogan County Fair took place this Dennis Swanbe g has been rehired past week. The Brewstet:FFA had I8 hogs, to teach vocatior al agriculture at 1 steer and 2 shOep at the fiiir. Ove !all we Brewster High School. Swanberg, a did well. Every one that entered a hog in the veteran of more tthan 20 years at fair placed a hig/t bhle in fiiiing and show- Brewster, retired #t the end of July ing and also in m et Class. had 2 and was hired bacg under new rules people enter in a breeding class and also approvedearlier isyearbythestate received high blues. Our 2 members that legislature. The old rules had more entered sheep in the fair were awarded high stringent restrictio blues in market. In fitting and showing Wade of time retired teac Gebbers was third in a callback and David public schools. Swanberg was eighth in his class. Levi Knapp Teacher salarie took a steer and was awarded a red in market formula that takes and sixth in his fitting and showing class, training and yea The market sale went well also. Everyone Swanberg's salary as on the amount aers could work in ,are based on a intoaccount their s of experience. will be based on that formula, butte loses seniority within the school district, said princi- pal Randy PhillipS. Three other can- didates were interViewed. Howie Picard Ins been hired to teach music for i th graders, junior high and high chool. Gaylord Durland, hired ir August, left the district's employ after about two weeks. Phillips de4 :lined to specify a reason. Picard was sche luled to teach so- sold his or her animals. We had one person who didn't make weight but still sold her hog on a personal basis. Another person brought two hogs to the fair. One as a breeder and the other as a market hog. We took third in the apple bin race. Tonasket took first and Omak took second. Our guys' team was made up of Travis Wiltse, Michael Trumbo, Levi Knapp, Robbie Guzman, and Taylor Gamble. For our girls team it were Rebecca Isensee, Wendy Tupling, Ashley Tupling, Brenda Arevalo, and Ashleigh Gamble. All the schools took part in livestock judging. cial studies classe: for children with The placing were Okanogan #2, Patters Gold, limitedEnglishski ls.GaryDriessen, Tonasket #2, Omak #1, Tonasket #5, Pateros a Brewster native nd former teacher Gala, Omak #2, Okanogan #1, Omak #3, at BHS, was hiredto teach Picard's Brewster# I, Pateros Fuji; Bridgeport, Okanogan classes under the retire/rehire pro- and Brewster #2. Brewster's team was Jenny Reynolds, Travis Wiltse. : tse, Robbie gram. Guzman, Steele F.itzloff, Wefitly'Ttlpling, Ashleyii ily " Tupling, Rebecca Isensee, Brenda Arevalo, andMichael Trumbo. Em wins The judges also rank the individuals. In Cheryl Schweizer photo Brewster Chamber president Bob Dewey and secretary Bonnie Dewey present a check to Brewster cheerleaders Jaymie Smith, Lisa Milton, Trisha Magafia, Sarah Choate, Shannon Howell, Kim Shenyer and Leanne Troop, livestock judging it went to Ange!aSpui'geon of Pateros, Ande Bb. iing ofO mk, Allison Nieuwenhuis Jeb Henin of Pateros, lselman of Okanogan, Cody Scholtz of Tonasket, Michelle Jones of Tonasket, Bobby Colbert of Tonasket, Kyle Morris of Okanogan, Jacob Heindselman ofOkanogan, and Cody Bucholtz of Omak. There was also tractor-driving contest. In order to do this a person must have the skills to drive a tractor pulling a trailer. This person must be able to back the tractor and trailer up around cones with out hitting them. The school ranks were Tonasket # 1. Omak # 1, Tonasket two ribbons Emily Wall, a j nior member of the Mansfield Kritlers and Kids 4-H Brewster Chamber donates $800 club, was inadvertently omitted from The Visitors Information Center at the Land Company office in Brewster was open five or six days a week, with fresh coffee and smiles for visitors and information about things to do and places to see. For the last six weeks of operation everything---coffee cups and smiles and all--was supplied by the cheerleaders from Brewster High School. Their job was "coming in the morning, getting coffee (the guys at Les Schwab actually brewed the coffee), putting up the sign and being familiar with the pamphlets in there," said Lisa Milton. They gave directions to the grocery store and the RV park and local restaurants, and had a list of all the interesting things to see and do. When visitors were scarce, "we would practice our dance routines and stuff," Lisa said. One or two of them were there every day, Movday the group's report[in the Quid City Herald's September 13 edition. Emily, a fourth grader at Mansfield School, received t ko blue ribbons at the North CentralI Washington Dis- trict Fair. the first :n the rabbit class and the second for rabbit fitting and showing. ntures #2, Bridgeport and Omak #2. The individual B e r t Valley S talteF Tonaske inak, Cory Thicker of Omak. Cody Bucholtz of through Saturday. Omak, Travis Dan-of To na L. rian Sasse to meet their work they received an $800 donation from the Brewster Chamber of Tonasket, Derric l t onasket, of Commerce. Most of the money went to purchase uniforms--skirts, 1 David Burton of Tonasket and Travis Hobbs MO sweaters, shorts and pants, sweatshirts, shirts. The cheerleading squad includes Milton, Jaymie Smith, Leanne Troop, of Omak. Brewster did not ,have a team be- The Valley VentUres 4-H club will Sarah Choate, Trisl a Magana, Shannon Howell and Kim Shenyer. cause they had to;eateh the bus home. InProducejudgingTonagket ptaeedfirst, holdameetingfornewandoldmem-,' ,T ', Brewster Pateros second. Orovilie third. Okanogan bers Tuesday, September 25 from 7 forth and Brewster fifth. The overall indi- t 9 P.m. at the C lgmbia C ve C m" 'tt~ Ilt[ SU School Menu viduals were Tracy Smith ofTonasket, Liz munity Center in rewster. Monday, Sept. 17 - MorrisonofTonasket.AdamCorunofTonasket, Prospective members are invited; Breakfast:Cereal, muffin, Cody Scholz of Tonasket, Shawn Stuart of leaders will talk about he upcoming [- - fruit, milk. Lunch: Corn Oroville, Aaron Ehlenbach of Pateros, Kevin year and planned projects, as well as dogs, fries or tries, fruit, Mitchell of Tonasket, Kyle Haywood ofthe achievements 0f the group s first i Pateros, Chase Nicholson of Omak and Marie Mustard of Brid geport. Brewster's Produce judging team was made up of Ryan Smith, Andres Mariscal, Gustavo Hernandez, ShannenHowell, Soda Ochoa, Rachel Crane, Isaac Lucas, Efrain Cruz, Marc Lemons, Aaron Cheyney; DJ Smith, Antonio G uerrore, Amanda Cardenis, Ricardo Angel, Shawn Dunn, Juevencio Esquevel, Virginia Garcia, Saul Diaz, Hector Garcia, Freedom Noble, Pedro Rios, Anali Ruble, Juan Hernandez, Javier Shanchez, Ashley Bise, Gonzalo Rios, Felipe Sanchez, Tony Arevelo, Logan Erikson, Darlene Schlenger, and Shawn Kedrowsik. e milk. Tuesday, Sept. 18- Breakfast: Pancakes, ham sticks, fruit, milk. Lunch: Burrito, corn, fruit, milk. Wednesday, Sept. 19 - Breakfast: Cereal, Cinna- mon roll, fruit, milk. Lunch: Spaghetti, salad, fruit, milk. Thursday, Sept. 20- Breakfast: Eggs, sausage, fruit, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggeis, green beans, fruit, milk. Friday, Sept. 21 - Breakfast: Cereal, toast, fruit, milk. Lunch: Ham- burgers, fries or tries, fruit, milk. year. [ CONSTRUCTION 6 82i411ii ilM biieii 3i1350: for supporting my fair project and me.I greatly Ex6a= gfiN, g!: i Qyal i appreciate a!l you have Licensed for S I done for me. C mpressor Rental Available I I 254 Bridgeport I I . ! "" r"" i" 'a ":~''0"~:i''~' " "$~t~: ' " ! ~ Northwest i Hyclro--Frc ctur/ng I 'hank You 3 SupplyJ I ]1 For purchasing my I il grand champion I I market pig I IV .A= Oml ~~! What the LAMB of GOD exl cts Us idl n 0w #51 The LAMB of GOD/s the plan of eternal salvation PS:.3;,8, man having only eternal death to look to, and only stands guitty ttefoteGod,~~ has actually no hope, and nothing lasting to build towards Rom. 3: 19; 7: 13, 14. The Creator/LAMB became the eternal death for us. He became ~ for us 1 Coy. 5: 8; 15: 3; 2 Coy. 5: 21. The LORD of heaven fixed a plan of salvation HYDRO-FRACTURING MAY BE YOUR ANSWER SPECIAL HYDRO FRACTURING OFFER. 100% guarantee or your money back on your hydrc,-fracturing if Northwest Hydro-fracturing does not improve your water well yield 100%. that man could not meddle with. And here comes the THREE main constants, which establishes this untouchable plan. It's absolute. It's eternal. It's Life, mid this describes the LAMB. These are the conditions of the kingdom of God also. Though the condition of man seems hopeless; it is not the. huge problem at all, against the Creator's plan. The curse of man is; he wiii :reienfleasly reject, holdlmek, and refuse to acknowledge, or accept the LAMB as" a substitute, for his sin and :guilt. Absolute stubbomess is much/e~ curable than aids Luke 4: 23-27. Box 1884 Brewster. Paid advertising I house Would parents encourage their children's loveofreading if they court? Of course! What's more they cant The Scholastic Book Fair comes to Brewster Elementary School Library September 24 - 28 to share exciting books and bring educational learning products from more than 150 pub- lishers to readers of all ages. The Book Fair features traditional children's favorites and new works by popular authors and illustrators. Parents and Teachers will have plenty to interest them too. The Book Fair will be open each day from 8:30 to 3:15 Monday 24 thru Friday 28. There will also be a Family Night on Tuesday the 25 from 6:30-8:00, which will take, places the same time as the Brewster Elemen- tary Open House. We would like to invite parents and community mem- bers to join us for both events. Come visit your child's classroom, meet his or her teacher, and stop by to see us at the Book Fair in the Elemen- tary School Library! Bridgeport elementary open house Scott Sattler, Bridgeport Elemen- tary principal announces an open house to be held September 20, 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. All are encouraged to join in this open house nighL The is to have parents and teachers meet each other, and also learn about the children's classrooms, what they will be learning, and what is expected of them throughout the school year. This will not be a time for parent/teacher conferences. Although this evening is intended for parents to meet your child's teacher, we want to encourage you t bring your children with you. The school will provide childcare in the elementary gym. In addition to this, translators will be provided through the High School leadership class. Sitter stated "I look forward to meeting all our families on Septem- ber 20 Lake Pateros Motor Inn BTO Construction ] Zahn Orchards Sagebrush Restaurant [ Phil and Joan Brownlee Varrelman Auto Glass I Kemp Machine Co. Wilson Gardens I Pateros Education Assoc. AG Supply, Brewster I Err Wolley Rosser ConstrucUon I Pateros FFA Friends of the Fair I Rancho Del Hurcan NAPA Stores, Okanogan Co. I Shull's Towing and Parts Gene's Harvest Foods I Erlandsen and Assoc. Okanogan Shrlners I Nordic Storm Heart of Chewelah I Brewster Car Care ~k's Market . I Quid City Herald Gamble Land and Timber I Texaco Brownlee . I Conn's Collision Repair Greg Rothrock & family I Pateros Ace Hardware Buckin' Bulls Gene Smith J i~ !~, i i, 1