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Laurel Outlook from Laurel, Montana • 2

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Laurel Outlooki
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Page 2 LAUREL OUTLOOK Wednesday September 19 2001 BotrSCC Elaina Grace Smith A daughter Elaina Grace was born to Captain Brock and Denise Smith of Tacoma WA on Sept 10 2001 at 12:17 am at Madigan Army Medical Center in Fort Lewis WA Elaina weighed 8 pounds 9 ounces and was 2 1 12 inches in length She joins a brother Riley age 5 Her grandparents are Harvey and Melody Fox of Laurel and Bill and Liz Smith of Deer Lodge Her great-grandparents are Eileen Walter of Billings Phillip and Pauline Fox of Laurel and Morris and Virginia Lindsay of Tacoma Oblige Laurel Alberta Kerr Laurel Alberta Kerr 77 of LaureL died Sept 10 2001 of natural causes She as a daughter of Walter and Anna Hayden Omdorff born July 16 1924 in Laurel She was a World War II Navy WAC After the war she was a nurse at Deaconess Hospital in Billings for 20 years and then she was a nurse for Dr Hall in Laurel for 10 years After that she worked at the Laurel Nursing Home as it was her passion to take care of people Laurel married Francis Kerr on Aug 8 1945 He preceded her death Feb 23 1981 Laurel loved gardening and roses She also enjoyed vacationing and seeing her family Survivors include two brothers Bud (Cora) Omdorff of Columbia Falls and John (Pat) Omdorff of Livingston two sisters Anita Sudds of Illinois and Donna Kuech of Oregon three daughters Cora (Bill) Lawrence of LaureL Kandy (John) Madole of Billings and Billie Strever of Laurel one son Terry (Delilah) Kerr of Nevada 16 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren a sister-in-law Pat Anderson of Wyoming and a brother-in-law Jerry Kerr of Billings Memorial services were Tuesday SepL 18 at Smith Funeral Chapel-Laurel Inurnment will be in the Laurel Cemetery Memorials are suggested to the American Diabetes Association CocCni Jilliaa Leigh Hammond 18 Billings blood alcohol content over 02 under age 21 $380 one day in jail ACT program theft $180 one day in jaiL Vonda Lee Butler 45 Laurel speeding $50 Glen Ernest Ruby 62 Laurel drising with a non-sal id drivers license $45 Edward Paul Venditti 21 Billings driving while drivers license is suspended $270 two days in jaiL Keith Riesinger Halien 20 Laurel speeding $50i Rebecca Lynn Hanson 33 Laurel no insurance $270 Robert Mason 20 Billings possession of alcohol under age 21 $95 community service Mark Allen Frickel 4 1 Laurel speeding $50 William James McCormick 20 Joliet blood alcohol content over 02 under age 21 $330 two days in jail ACT program drivers license suspended for six months Domina Lovenguth 38 Laurel stop sign violation $50 Danielle Nadine Kindsfather 17 Red Lodge possession of alcohol under age 21 $130 substance abuse program community service Bethany Ada Buescher 17 Red Lodge possession of alcohol under age 2 1 $130 community service substance abuse program s- s- SB) Police- VA Xv Homecoming candidates Aubrey Byrne Randy Mayes Jake Young and Heather Larson met to discuss fund-raising efforts with Laurel High School pep club advisor Trudi Downer (center) Outlook photo by Tracy Schweigert arrested and charged with partnerfamily member assault Sept 16 106 am two windows were broken out of a vehicle in the parking lot at Laurel High School It is unknown how they were broken and police report nothing was missing from the vehicle Sept 16 1:50 am a camper trailer parked on a parking lot on the 10 block of South Fifth Avenue was broken into Nothing was taken from the trailer Sept 16 1:12 pm a burglary was reported from a residence on the 200 block of Second Avenue A Nintendo 64 a locked box and a bulb for a black light were taken The case is under investigation Sept 12 7:55 am Laurel Police received a vandalism report from Laurel South School The letters SSSR were painted on the outside of the building Police do not know the significance of the letters Estimated cost of removing the graffiti from the building is The incident remains under investigation Sept 15 6:55 am police received a complaint of a domestic disturbance in progress on the 800 block of Second Avenue Police contacted a 1 6-year-old girl at the residence who was crying and upset She was reportedly struck in the face several times by Jason Bergstedt 21 of Laurel He was Parade money donated By Stacy Schweigert Outlook Intern Members of the singing group A New Song will perform at First Congregational Church located at 506 South Fifth Street in Laurel Sunday morning at 10:30 am New Song at Congregational Fire Church is located at 506 South Fifth Street For more information contact Pastor Doug Tofteland at 40 v0 department personnel Sept 16 7:30 pm firemen responded to a suspected fire at a residence on the 900 block of East Sixth Street No fire was Sept 14 9:45 am the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department responded to a false alarm on the 800 block of Third Avenue Alarm equipment was being tested and installers failed to notify fire idea There were seniors talking about donating blood as I walked through the halls of the high school Outside of the study hall there were girls making posters saying Donate money in study hall for disaster victims I think we should do ail we can to support the people that are hurting It makes me sick that somebody would do something like this senior Lindsy VanLuchene said A variety of different school clubs including Pep Club are planning donations to the relief effort Any community members wanting to donate can bring or mail it to Trudi Downer Laurel High School 203 East 8th Street Laurel MT 59044 Donations can also be made at the girls basketball and boysVfootball games on Sept 20 and 21 Checks can be made out to the Laurel High School with a memo statjn American Red Cross Im very proud of the responwhSI ity and caring that the students at Laurel High School have shoVvn It shows that our young people are truly responsible Downer said Laurel High School students are turning a long-standing tradition into a good cause Homecoming this weekend will be football school spirit and a fund-raiser The homecoming parade floats have been canceled The money that would have been spent decorating the floats will be sent to aid in the relief efforts in New York City and Washington DC LHS teacher Brent Edgmond spoke with pep club advisor Trudi Downer Wednesday morning about raising money for the relief efforts at LHS They talked it over with the Parade Chairpersons Tracy Schweigert and Sarah Osborne and the Pep Club President Heather Strieker They all agreed that it would be great to help the victims of the terrorists attacks So far everything Ive heard has been positive Ive seen a school that is usually divided come together for the benefit of a better cause said Strieker LHS students seem to like the BLM lifts fire restrictions An Eastern European singing group called A New Song will perform at First Congregational Church in Laurel Sunday morning Sept 23 at 10:30 am The group is a ministry of Friendship International Ministries an American based mission organization from Colorado Springs CO The group focuses its work in Central and Eastern Europe and Chile in South America The singers perform in national dress from Hungary and Romania and play traditional musical instruments They will tell about their countries and their cultures They will also share how God' has0 worked in their countries since the50 fall of Communism A New Songs purpose is to encourage and challenge those who benefit from this historic event The free will offering will be received First Congregational Counties because of recent cooler temperatures and reduced risk of fire danger BLMs Billings office will answer questions at 896-5013 Fire restrictions have been lifted on Bureau of Land Management Lands in Carbon Stillwater Valley Musselshell Sweet Grass Wheatland and Yellowstone YELLOWSTONE PET CENTER COMPLETE LIQUIDATION AUCTION Monday Sept 24 6 pm IfOM IIELP AT 'AUCTION CENTER OVER 500 ITEMS DEALERS VETERINARIANS PUBLIC ALL PET FOOD AND ACCESSORIES WILL BE SOLD FOR PENNIES ON THE DOLLAR WATCH NEXT WEEKS NICKEL FOR LIST OF HEMS OR CALL! LONGHORN AUCTION CENTER 3-405 CENTRAL 656-7155861-2301 nooUKteUBfin Eliminate Extreme Expense Cremation as low as $780 Funeral with casket $1980 Jerry Nordquist Sharon Brown 1-800-254-2414 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The Childrens Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was signed into law on December 21 2000 Under CIPA schools must certify that they have 1) put in to place blocking or filtering software for internet use 2) adopted internet safety policies and procedures for all schools and 3) held a public meeting on the actions proposed to allow for community input Laurel Schools will be holding this meeting in conjunction with the September 24 school board meeting to be held in the Laurel Middle School library at 410 Colorado at 7 pm Laurel Breakfast Menu Thurs Sept 20 Fri Sept 21 Mon Sept 24 Tues Sept 25 Wed Sept 26 Juice Muffin Juice Cereal Juice Cereal Juice Coffee Juice Fruit Fruit Donut Cake Sandwich (SosinmunoQy CaDento September 24 Emergency Services Committee 5:30 pm Council Chambers Laurel City Hall September 29 Adult Infant and Child CPR Certification Classes Laurel Library 9 am-1230 pm Infant and Child CPR $30 (cost includes 2-year certificate card) pm Adult CPR $25 (cost includes 2-year certificate card) call Martha Allen at 628-8989 to register Pre-payment and registration required Sponsored by the Laurel Library and Deaconess Billings Clinic October I BudgetFinance Committee 7 pm Old Council Chambers Laurel City Hall October 2 Laurel City Council 7 pm Council Chambers Laurel City Hall THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Open Meeting 201 1 2 East Main Al-Anon 8 pm 201 12 Main Al-Anon recovery group 8 pm 103 24th St Billings Celebrate Recovery 2920 Outfitter Trail 6 pm 628-8528 Laurel Jaycees meeting 8 pm at Riverside Hall at Riverside Park south of Laurel President Jeanne Rickard 628-8391 Loyal Order of Moose Lodge No 1921 8 pm Officers Meeting Moose Lodge Laurel Loopers 7 pm Odd-Fellows Hall 309 block of West Main St Carbon County Health Association public health clinics Joliet Clinic 3-5 pm Joliet Clinic evening immunization clinic 6-8 pm Zidonian Chapter OES meeting 7:30 Masonic Temple every month except June July and August Thursday TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 5:30 pm weigh-in 6 pm United Methodist Church Basement 628-8426 or 633-9838 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking Closed 1200 Noon Meeting Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Closed Meeting 201 12 East Main Alcoholics Anonymous 6 12 speaker 12 topic meeting King of Glory Lutheran Church 4125 Grand Billings Blood Pressure Clinic 930 am -noon Laurel Senior Citizen Center Kiwanis Club Locomotive Inn Restaurant 7 am Laurel WIC 9-12 1-3 West Elementary School SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 12 noon Closed Meeting 201 12 East Main Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Closed Meeting 201 12 East Main SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 10 am Closed Meeting 201 12 East Main Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Open Meeting 201 12 East Main Narcotics Anonymous 8-9 pm Community Congregational Church Of lurch St and Woodward Absarokee MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 12 noon Open Meeting 201 12 East Main Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Open Meeting 201 12 East Main Young Peoples Alcoholics Anonymous 8 pm King of Glory Lutheran Church 4125 Grand Billings Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No 2564 8 pm Eagles Hall Carbon County Health Association public health clinics Joliet Clinic 9-12 am TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Open Meeting 201 12 East Main Al-Anon recovery group 8 pm 103 24th St Billings Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No 2564 8 pm Eagles Hall II Free to be Thin Bible Study 2920 Outfitter Trail 10:30 am 628-8528 Rotary 12:15 pm Methodist Church Lions Club 6:30 pm Side Car Restaurant Carbon County Health Association public health clinics Joliet Clinic 9-12 am WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 12 noon Open Meeting 201 12 East Main Alcoholics Anonymous Laurel Home Group non-smoking 8 pm Open Meeting 201 12 East Main Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No 2564 8 pm Eagles Hall Rotary 12:15 pm United Methodist Church 4th Street 4 3rd Ave Lions Club 6:45 am Locomotive Inn Carbon County Health Association public health clinics Joliet Clinic 9-12 am Team Kids Ages 3-Grade 6 7 pm Calvary Baptist Church 820 West 9th Street Board of Trustees Regular Meeting 7:00 pm September 24 2001 District Conference Room Laurel Middle School 410 Colorado Laurel Lunch Menu AGENDA Thurs Sept 20 Fri Sept 21 Chicken Ham on a Bun Nuggets with or without Macaroni and Cheese Potato Cheese Green' Chips Fruit Beans Peach Dessert Slices MS: Pizza MS: Hot Dog Mon Sept 24 Tues Sept 25 Wed Sept 26 Garden Salad or Mashed Sack Lunch Cucumbers Potatoes MS: Pizza Hut Pineapple Gravy Pizza Chunks Italian Cantaloupe Dunkers Chicken Fned Monster Cookie Steak MS: Pizza MS: Chicken Strips Park City Lunch Menu Thurs Sept 20 Fri Sept 21 Mon Sept 24 Tues Sept 25 Wed Sept 26 Macaroni and Super Nachos Corn Dogs Spaghetti Chicken Patty Cheese Little Fruit Vegetable Vegetable Fruit Vegetable Fruit Vegetable Fruit Smokies Hot Rolls Rolls Vegetable Fruit I Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance II Introduction of Guests III Individuals Delegations Correspondence The Laurel Board of Trustees welcomes public comment on issues and concerns This is the point in the meeting for comments on matters not already on the agenda Comments on' agenda items will be accepted when that item comes up during the meeting Interested persons may also submit views in written form to the Clerk or Superintendent prior to the meeting and those comments will be brought to the attention of the Board during the meeting IV PUBLIC HEARING Childrens Internet Protection Act Discussion of policies and procedures to be used to comply with the provisions of the bill Consent Agenda 1 Approval of Minutes September 10 2 Payment of Bills 3 Approval of Out of District Attendance Agreements VI ITEMS FOR INFORMATION 1 District Report Card Annual Accountability Report Part 1 VII ITEMS FOR ACTION 1 Personnel Matters a Recommendations 2001-2002 Classified Vacancies Recommendations 2001-2002 Coaching Vacancies 2 Consideration of Tuition Agreement with Billings Career Center 3 Approval of 9-1 2 Language Arts Core Curriculum and Text Upgrade 4 Consideration of Annual Garage Sale for Miscellaneous District Property Which Has Been Declared Obsolete Undesirable or Unsuitable in Accordance with 20-6-604 MCA 5 Consideration of Policy for Contracting Buses for Long Distance Trips VIII Superintendents Report IX Adjourn Joliet Lunch Menu Thurs Sept 20 Fri Sept 21 Mon Sept 24 Tues Sept 25 Wed Sept 26 Augratin Egg Salad or Chicken Noodle Com Dogs Taco Pie Potatoes Ham Bologna Casserole Sandwiches OOCOWICI MWaW IKFCAl OS).

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