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ealth Careers Scholarship ications available locally pplicatior. brms are now avaihible tbr I lealth Careers scholarships at desk of tile Phillips County l lospital, according to Administrator Putnam. pursuing a career in nursing, medical technology (lab tcchnol- phanrlacy, physical therapy, radiology, speech pathology, rcslfiratory occupational therapy, dietetics and medical records/transcription apply tbr the scholarships. laximum scholarship/loan from the llealth Careers program is $4.000 consists of one-half scholarship and one-half loan and must only for tuition, required fees and books. tudents interested in applying for a scholarship should pick tip an appli- form at the hospital. All applications must be signed by bofll Admiu- Larry Putnam and Finance Director/Human Resources ()fficcr Stcph Applications must be mailed byApril I, 2003. Health Careers Scholarship&apos; program is made possible in l'hillips through Phillips County Hospital and Family t lealth ('linic's par- in a national health care purchasing group, Itcalth Services (;or- tion of America (HSCA). "U t j dge sworn in Holte, Malta, is shown with her grandson, Fourth Court Judge Dirk Sandefur, after he was sworn in to position Jan. 3. Sandefur is the son of Holte's daughter, late Kathleen Kirwan Sandefur, and Glenn Sandefur. those attending the swearing-in ceremony were wife, Paula, and children; sister Penny, brother Pat, Glenn and aunts Maureen Contway and Valerie Supreme Court Judge Pat Cotter performed the before a crowd of 130 which included family, friends district court judges Julie Macek, Thomas and Kenneth NeilL Sandra Stellflug Adult education classes to start New Year and welcome back. The halfway point of the school up on January 10th. It doesn't seem possible yet, but the lie o 17th as Lewis and Clark have dedicated the week of January 13tb t atin on acti,,itie Dunng that tme, eve w 1 oncentr s ry classroom i 1 be c g the Lewis and Clark Expedition. This will culminate in an open January 21st at 7 PM. Each class will show their project and all and community are urged to attend. We have some very exciting classes W,II begin this month. Todd Mandeville will be Lifting instruction in the Community Fitness Center on Tues- Marilyn Breipohl will be doing a "Paper Piecing" Quilt- Call her at 527-3227 for further details on the class schedule. Freeman will be starting his Woodworking class at a time to be later And Clarice Stahl will be doing a refinishing class. this time, that is all we are scheduled to offer If you have an interest that is not on our schedule, please call and we will see if we out something to fit your needs January 13th at 2 PM we will be having our annual Geography Ms. Domrase has been working with the students to pre- fer a competitive edge in the contest. Anyone who is interested is to come and watch the competitors. End of First Semester Dodson 4:30, 6:00, 7:30 BB @ Lambert 4:30, 6:00, 7:30 Geography Bee 2:00 PM Lewis and Clark Week Regular Board Meeting 7:30 PM 5 vr Comprehensive Plan Regional Meeting Lewis and Clark Open House 7:00 PM .03 inches of precip... .03 inches of precipitation recorded during the month of 2002, according to the summary provided n National Wildlife of Malta. temperature for the month on Dec. 26. High was 25 degrees. Malta students make U of M honor list Four Malta students were med to the 2002 atttumn sen]ester an s List at The Universit of ntana. Cheryl M Kaasa and Joshua A. Otteson eam'ed a 4.0 GPA. An- gela Rose Roberts and Kristin Nicole Skiffeamed at least a 3.5 or better, to place on the list. HELP WANTED Inc., Montana's leading service provider for children, Iits and families with special needs, currently has a part time Tech- position available in Malta. Work with adolescents with emo- lal disabilities who are receiving support services hy providing so- and recreational planning services, some direct intervention, and keeping of emotional and behavioral issues. High School de- and one year of experience required. Call (8(10) 432-6t 45 or (406) 563-8 i I 7 or visit our website at www.aware- *E, ing.org for application and job de- scription. Inc. f,;) Closing Date: Jan.lO, 2(H)3 Malta geography bee PIIIIA,II'S ('()I:N'IY NEW'S - WEi)NESI)AY JANUARY 8, 2002 - PAGE 5 winners Winners of the Malta Elementary School Geography Bee are (from left): 1st Place - Caleb Young, 2nd Place - Alex Porter and 3rd Place - Tyler Waters. Ross Eklund is semifinalist in Coca-Cola Scholars Program Ross Eklund,;a senior at Saco 1 ligh School has been selected trom over 100,000 applicanitJ nationwide as a selnifinalit i 0 the 2002-03 Coca-Cohl Scholars Progrant;l ' Ekhind is thRison of Will and l)ianc Eklund. The Coca-Cq;,Scholars Foundation, joint eftbrt of ('+gca-Cola bottlers across America and The Coca-Cola Company, is one of the largest corporate sponsored, merit scholarship programs of its .t, ind in the US. The program recognizes a diverse group of extraordinary high school seniors who have demonstrated academic and civic excellence in their schools and communities. Ekhmd ranks with over 2,000 seniors who are in the rurming tbr SI.8 million in college scholarshi F being awarded by the Coca-Cola Schohtrs Foundation. Students are selected to advance to the next phase based on the level of excellence, leadership and achievement demonstrated in school and commnnity ac- tivities. ROSS EKI,UND Coca-Cola will be awarding scholarships providing a total of S23 million to assist young scholars nationwide. As semifinalists, students must submit additional information that will bc reviewed in February by a committee comprised of 27 educators from high schools and universities throughout the (JS. If advanced, F, klund will be among a total of 252 finalists who will travel to Atlanta April 24-27 to attend the Coca-Cohi Scholars Weekend. l)uring their visit they will attend a final interview process which will determine whether they are designated as either a National or Regional Scholar. The 52 National Scholars will each receive S20,000 renewable schol- arship awards while tile 200 P, egional Scholars will receive a $4,000 renew- able scholarshil+. I Senior Citizen ] News b) Viola Bever. ]here \\; ill be bingo on t:rida,,, .lan. 1 7. Vi (heen had high in xvl]ist, and l)oris Rurnmel. second high. Dolores Andrews won the traxeling prize. In pinochle. Rox Baeth had high. and Keviu Stevens had second high. Eleanor l{mond won the trav- eling prize. I tappy Nex Year! Try to make the best of the worst. Jami Brogan attains 4.0 from MSU Jami Brogan. a IOqO Malta High School graduate, received a 4.0 grade average ii'om Montana State University Ibr the fall semes- ter. She is a senior there ma oring in Psycholog 3. .lami is the daugh- ter of Chick and .lira Brogan of Wilsall. NOTICE The City of Malta will be chipping Christmas trees on__l. January 2 to January 17, 2003. Please call the city office at 654-1251 to be placed on a list,. PLEASE do not put tree,i,. in garbage canisters! 44-2 WIFE invites school children to take part in sixteenth calendar art contest In rccounition of National .,\\; l+ictilttli+e Wcck (March 17-22-03 ) \\;,;-II:1 in\\;tics Molltanas school children lo express their ideas on tat+in life by participatine in \\;VIFf-US sixteenth stale wide cal- endar all COllleSl. Witming entries grades K throtlgh 8 will bc av,arded a cash prize al the I st. 2nd and 3rd place levels in each grade division. Winners will receive a calendar. All cillrics are tO bc done horizontally on 8 I/2 by II inch wide paper 'ith black lead pencil or black ink. An\\; aspect of agricul- ture that is of i]ateresi to the sttf- dents ma 5 be used. Clearly print the student's name, grade, school, address, town, zip and phone nt.m- bcr on the back of their picture. No entries can be returned. but WIFE may display their art- work at various WIFE functions throughout tile state. Entries must bc postmarked on or betbre April 15, 2003. Artwork will be judged on the basis of originality. Please send all art entries to: Pat Torgerson, P.O. Box 132, l,ambert, MT. 59243: Phone 406- 774-3744. Every man has an equal chance, to &come greate'l than he is. 0 It is the biggest mistake in the world to think you are working Jbr someone else. IN-HOME PERSONAL CARE AVAILABLE ji"  +Bathing +Dressing +Feeding +Grooming [ +Meal Preparation +Exercising *Lifting  Assistance with Self-Administered Medications i' If you or a loved one need help with any of these services, contact Sue Davis o( Karl Field with the PALS personal care program at 654-11oo or 8oo-8s-9167 ]I  The PALS program provides high-quality in-home I[ personal care services. Give Sue or Kari a call or stop by the hospital if you or a family member need help with these services. p Payment for PALS personal care services can be arranged through Medicaid or private pay. hi  "Meeting the health care needs of the  people of Phillips County" T Ad sponsored by: Phillips County Hospital & Family Health Clinic Stiffarm named geography bee champ in Dodson '" Chance Stiffarm r l 7  Fifth-grader Chance Stiffarm, ,O6on Schools, was the winner of the nual Geography P, ee. e competition was open to ap- pr )Ji]lalely 40 students in grades three to five. Chance is the son of Trisha Campbell and Duane Stfffarm. Saco High School to host Geography Bee next Monday The final round of the 2003 Na- tional Geographic Bee will be held Monday, Jan. 13, at 2 p.m.at the Saco lligh School multipurpose room. The winner of the Saco High School Bee will advance to the next level of competition, a written exami- nation to determine state competi- tors. All school winners are eligible to win the national championship and its first prize', a$25;00 college schol- arship, at the national competition May 20-21 in Washington, I)(7. For the 15th year, the National Geographic Society is holding the National Geographic Bee for stu- dents in the fourth through eighth grades in thousands of schools across the US and in the five US territories, as well as in Department of Defense Dependents Schools around the world. . ,  +, t r e) I Duplicate Bridg ()n Monday, Dec. t 6th, Made- h'n Anderson and Margo Rush cap- tured first place. Donna Strommen and Ton] Simanton shared second place with Harriet Broadbrooks and Keith Stine. Monday winners, on Dec. 30 were ,lane/ ttiggins and Madelyn Anderson. Margaret Stiles and Har- rim Broadbrooks shared second place with Keith Stine and Malcolm ('louse. 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CALL 1-800-322-3634 Ext. 3609 or 406-228-3609. Serving the specialty health care needs of northeastern Montana full time: Anne Williams, M.D., General Surgery 406-228-2413 Michael Ftannery, M.D. General Surgery (406) 228-3570 Lawrence Palazzo, M.D, &Tamara Simon, M.D. Obstetrics/Gynecology 406-228-3684 Michael Fay, M.D. & Denise Quinlan, MD. Orthopaedic Surgery 406-228-4331 FRANCES MAHON DEACONESS HOSPITAL (406) 228-4351 or 1-800-322-3634 621 3RD ST. S, GLASGOW, MT 59230