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23 at the Agency Longhouse.
Culture Club, NASU, ECE sponsor powwow
t -tl.,it',no thot Ufill hi
a nowwnw in association with
the Early Childhood Center, and the
Madras High School Native Ameri
can Student Union honoring the
Week of the Young Child is one of
the activities in wmcn tne Madias jr.
High Culture Club is involved. The
Earlv Childhood Education
The Week of the . Young Child
the 24th this year. A community-
Four activities that any individual
can do to support ,oun8 children
..:.i tn thAir health nnd develon-
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ment. If your child has a health need,
3. ) Help early childhood education
and care programs improve the
quality of services provided to chil
dren. Volunteer some of your time in
your child's classroom , day care room
or at your chosen child care
4. ) Do what you can to recognize
the contributions of teachers and care
givers and others supporting the high
quality programs we have available
in Warm Springs.
Planned Events Include:
Tuesday 20 mini natural re
sources day at W.S. Elementary
Wednesday 21 penny carnival
and fun night for children, 3-8 years
old, at the Community Center (1 cent
and 1 adult for admission). There
will be an inexpensive concession.
Thursday 22 ECE Children's
Parade 10:00 a.m.
Friday 23 Indian Night Out at
Saturday 24 Recreation De
partment mini marathon & 1 mile
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Worm Springs Elementary students enjoy casually reading library books on
A rri i nowwnw will include danc
ing and entertainment involving
Culture Club is a way to pull to
gether all cultures," says club advi
sor and MI H counselor Marly s Alger.
The thirty-five students work together
fun run "Cio tne Mi.e wiu. , uu.
their young children Youngj
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ABOUT CHILD SAFETY
What "W mun
at an early age. Let them touch a
hot pan or blown-out match (but
not hot enough to harm them).
To y away from fire
and stoves, matches, cigarettes,
electrical outlets, cords and
To ?, drop SrtJ roll
It clothes catch fire, never to run.
A Message From Warm Springs
Early Childhood Education
Warm Springs, Oregon
in nlinnintr nrtivitiCS that Will help
other students become aware of the
diversity of cultures in the commu
nity. . ...
Comunity members are invited to
attend the Indian Night Out at the
VCV. Pvftiits .. . ''.!
-22, Video Lunch,
at noon will feature an informative
Video about HIVAIDS and how to
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nonsnop. Come.shar. .
WHa to do
In es of rut fir
to alert the rest ot the family.
and crawl to an exit.
- II warm, DON'T OPENI Use
alternate escape route.
WAIT AT MEETING PLACE
for the rest of the family.
diidren arc often victims because
tfey don't know how to react
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WMn Vntrt IS a tire.
the libary carpet
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Army increases scholarship limit
The Armv announced it is in
creasing to $30,000 the maximum
amount of money for college avail
able to qualified applicants who en
list for the Army College Fund (ACF).
This boost from the previous
maximum of $25,200 for a four-year
enlistment was initiated, with Con
gressional approval, to help restore
the fund's buying power to its fiscal
year 1983 origination level. College
money is a potent enlistment incen
tive for the Army in attracting higher
quality recruits. Last fiscal year 100
percent of new Army recruits were
high school graduates, while 78
percent scored in the top half of the
entrance aptitude test.
The $30,000 amount, like its
$25,200 predecessor, is a special in
centive which is created by combin
ing money from the Montgomery G I
Bill ($13,200) with a $1,200 contri
bution from the soldier, and the re
maining $15,600 provided by the
ACF. Similar increases have been
made for a three-year enlistment
providing $25,000 for college tuition,
and a two-year enlistment providing
Word has been received from
Geoff Bury.Counsclor at the Madras
High School, about the following
senior students: Floyd Calica, Ten
Courtney, Philiana David. Russell
Graham, Preston Haskic, Vangeliquc
Jack, Levi Johnson, Charles Kalama,
Alyssa Macy, Lief Suppah, Charles
Wcwa, Jason Williams and Samuel
Wolfe. These senior students are
earning good grades; many are active
in sports, journalism, dance team and
involved in other activities. The
readers who know these young
people, let them know you appreci
ate their good work. These are their
final days at Madras High School
and they will soon be graduating and
lets all wish them the best
MJHS honor students recognized for
Third quarter honor roll at Madras Jr.
High includes the following students:
8th Grade 4:00
Beth Candland, Amy Hawes, Jonathan
Klos, Abby Nyara. Lisa Pollard, David
Rapoza, Kimberly Wysham
8th grade top honor roll
Michael Alexander, Anthony Ander
son, Shannon Baker, Brenda Baltazar,
Mclanie Binder, Kainan Bodenlos, Lynda
Carroll. Malissa Ferguson, Alyson Graves,
Michael Kirsch, Katie Koolhaas, Heather
Lindley, Christine Locke, Denise
Mannenbach, Melissa O'Meara, Jesus
Olivera. Amorita Patterson, Amy Prince,
Marcella Ramey, Katie Richards, Amy
Robertson, James Roff, Kate Scarlett,
8th grade honor roll
Salvador Alonzo, Benjamin Anderson,
Justin Bendcle, Bryan Bozarth, Jessie
Brown, Melissa Campbell, Robin Casey,
HillariClowers, JasonCouch, Gabriel Diaz,
Marcus Earnest, Misty Eichholz, Matthew
Glenn, Daniel Junge. Jacklyn Langley,
Jenaea Langnese, Byron Leisck, Toni
Lewis, AraceHMunguia, Trade Obenhaus,
Marie Patteeuw, Adam Peterson, Melissa
Reed, Shauna Samson, Alexis Sumner,
Hiah school students make honor rolls
' ' & . c.u b.a.. Nicole BecQuet. John Ch.d C.dy. Bradley Co
c..oi. .i Madras High School recog
nized for academic achievement during the
third quarter include:
4.00 Honor Roll
All-Star Honor Roll
Chistopher DuPont, Ian Jageh, Amy
Kraui, Khira Krause, aristopher Lieuallen,
Chad Lindner, Melissa Nartz, Timothy
Neilson, Larry Stedman, Melissa Thompson,
Todd Weigan, David Wickham and Minla
Honor Roll ,
Bonfilia Baltazar, Stephen Blankenagel,
Wendy Burtis, Leah Candland, Jillian Cook,
Samuel Crow, Malhhew Gordon, Tia Green,
Jonathan Guiney, Slaglgl Hlsatake Seth
Johnson. Jennifer Loman.Niki Luse, Shallyn
c. v- cnlr P.tr.l. Allen Pine. Mayra
Reynoso, KeUy Senser, Kirslen Sundberg,
Kirstin Swanson, Heather Titus. Tayva
Tucker, Joshua Williams, Jaime Wilson and
4.00 Honor Roll
Emmalee Brown, Deann Cordes. Betsy
Cordill, Brandon DuRetle, Rebecca Grote.
Erika Harris, Holy Jasa. Phillip Miller, Enc
Samsel, Ryan Stewart and Jennifer Williams.
All-Star Hnor Roll .
Micah Anderson, Jennifer Broker, Enn
Conway. Jennifer Cooke, Krystal Filbert.
Krislina Gregg. Chrystal Guiney. Becky
Harrison, Carrie Hawes. Sarah Hunt, Jeremy
Jacks, Brook Luther, Lisa Matheny. Angela
McConnell. Shawna McConnell, Amy
McNamee. Robert Norton. Gary R'cnj"".
Norma Thompson, Julie Utter. Adrian a Ward
and Melissa Weisen.
Kelli Catherwood. Thomas Cochran,
Kelli DaniukaPalmer, John Gervais. Dann
Graybael, Brent Harrison, Wuilliam Hastings,
Jennifer Howell, Jamie Johnson, Matthew
Junge. Melissa Lindley, Rurik Lidner, Mane
Long. Thomas McDonald, Michael Olson.
Chad Pommarane. Eric Runge. Majrlene
Spencer, Jake Suppah. Kelli Thomas. Omar
Valderrabano, Irma Villa and Gary Zemke.
4.00 Honor Roll
Nicole Alexander. Amy Anderson,
Stephanie Harris. Daniel Wright and Rafe
All-Sur Honor Roll
At cniieee exnenses have in
creased, so has the importance of a
college education to success in many
career fields. At the same time,
sources for funding college educa
tions have declined. The ACF pro
vides qualified individuals opportu
nities to obtain guaranteed funding
A soldier who successfully com
pletes a four-year enlistment with
the money for college option would
have $833.88 per month for each of
four years of college, based on a
Art Event set for
Central Oregon Community Col
lege presents the April Art Event at
COCC Friday. April 16. 1993 from
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Boyle
Education Building, Room 155 (This
is the first building to the left as you
approach the campus on College
The public is invited to this second
of a scries of three free art programs
as the artists of the area sav thank you
Students to perform
West Side Story
Students at Madras High School,
under the direction of Walt Ponsford,
arc preparing to perform West Side
Story. The play is tentatively sched
uled for April 15, 16. 17 and 18.
Approximately 30 students are in
volved with production of the musi
cal. Tickets will be available at the
This message is brought to you by
the Jefferson County Council on
Child Abuse Prevention. "People
working to k:ep families together."
Parents, have you ever thought of
having lunch with your child at
school? Make a special date by
contacting the school and have lunch
with a friend, your child.
Adreana Valerio, Irma Valerio, Rebecca
Victorine, Joseph Vigil, Jennifer Wright,
Principal's honor roll. :v
8th grade . .
Bradford Courtney, Caleb Jagels,
Lavinia Matheny, Krista Milliron
Principal's honor roll
Kimberly Eurto, Richard Irey, Dora
7th grade 4.00 honor roll
Brooke Alexander, Cherish
Blankenagel, Jamie Broker, Lyndsey
Buermann, Emily Collins, Katrina Dubisar,
Matthew Edgmon, Matthew Hagedom,
Lynnsay Hagerty, Jacob Houck, Vanessa
Hume, Sherie Johnson, Aaron Lieuallen,
Matthew Lieuallen, Brianne Luther,
KatherineMarston, Johanna Martin, Corley
McFarland, Brian Miller. Jody Nartz, An
gela Rapoza, Michael Riley, Elizabeth
Weigand, Kea Wyatt, Emma Zumwalt
7th grade top honor roll
Boyle, Marcella Brunoe, Brooke Earnest,
John Gallup, Kelly Jackson, Lisa Key, Allison
Kirsch. Amanda Petersen, Florence Fetock,
Erin Potampa, Danielle Sahme, Melanie
Shulz, Lindsay Sundberg, Sarah Vibbert,
Todd Vibbert and Rachel Ward.
Christopher Anstett. Courtney Barker,
Warren Bowles, Jennifer BuUer. Teresa
Campbell, Scott Cavender, Benjamin
Christensen, Kalhrina Delph. Angela Gervais,
Edward Hagedom, Randall Harvey. Christo
pher Huggins, Mandy Hume, Kelly Jasa,
Trever Johnson, Jennifer Marston, Timothy
Mennealy, Sunmlet Minnlck, Bonnie Mor
gan, Amanda NasseU, Manda Neilson, An
gela Parks, Isaac Peterson, Jamie Rask, An
thony Read, Rosa Rico, Karen Riley, Casey
Ring, Jody Roff and Wade Simmons.
4.00 Honor Roll
The Buff ElemenlaryMadras El
ementary carnival is set for Friday,
April 16 from 6-9:00 p.m at Buff
As in past years, activities at the
carnival will include bingo, game
booths and concessions. An
autographed Trailblazcr basketball
The registration schedule
March 23, 24, 25
April 6, 7, 8 i
May 4, 5, 6
For more Information about GED classes call Ed at 553-1428
ril 16, 1993 Page 5
nine-month academic year. The
mmu mnv ain he used for any
schooling approved by the Veteran
To qualify for the Montgomery
GI Bill and the Army College FunJ
an applicant must have a high school
diploma, achieve a score of at lease
50 on the entrance aptitude lest, cn-
list in a designated critical job skill J
have no prior military service, and
meet the other enlistment eligibility;
Friday, April 16
for vnur wonderful sunoort for the
AllcnRadcmachcr Art Center on
Artists are again invited to join us
and bring a sample of your work,
sharing ideas and concepts for the
first part of this informal gathering.
Hear Ken Roberts, Classical gui
tarist, performing a mini-concert of
the Second Lute Suite by J.S. Bach.
His recent venues include the Per
forming Arts Centers in Eugene and,
Newport; the Panada Theatre in
Sandpoint, Idaho, and a six week
tour of Five Star Resorts in Palm
Springs and the Southwest, plus a
November appearance at COCC.
Ceramics with Picpcnburg, a slide
program with ceramic demonstra
tions, by Toni Montgomery and
Michael Gwinup who will discuss
and show decorative and slab lech
niqucs taughtat the recent Picpcnburg'
ceramics workshop in Portland.
Piepenburg, who lives in upper
Michigan, has gained national rec
ognition for his Raku glazes and
techniques which have influenced
Montgomery's Raku jewelry and
G winup's work shown at Blue Spruce
The COAA membership cost
$25.00 and is open to all artists and
patrons who wish to support the arts
III VVHUUI vw.
become part of the AllcnRadcmachcr,
Art Center's growth and develop
lllVIli ; f
Alicia Alonso, Laurel Anderson, Scott
Armstrong, Eryn Barnes, Carlton Carperi'-'
ter, Anna Collins, David Crow, Julie Doney, '
Alisha Dubisar, Heather Duff, Maleena;
Ennis,, Jaime Enriquez, Jamie Friend,,
Amanda FuUerton, Nicole Gibson, Anna !
Gregg, Martin Matheny, Laird McCabe,:
EricaMontano,CharlesOchs.Cory Phifcr, '
Jennifer Pine, Michael Sarkkinen, Ardis
Smith, Hannah Stewart, Lucie Ward, Nl-;
cholas Williams, Shawn Wollin '"
7th grade honor roll
Michael Ashley, Alba Canales, Tho
mas Charley, Katie Christensen, Julio
Colazo, Douglas Cunningham, Hortensia
Diaz,Timoihy Fabbrini, Kenneth Ferguson, 1
Thomas Hall, Joshuahatfield, Alan Hume,1 i
Shawn Jaca, Barbie Jackson, Lorena;;
Jaimes, Jason James, Merissa James, Peter;;
Johnson. Shaun Draus, Aaron Macy.jj
Armand Macy, Neil Moschetti, Lizett
Mouett, Charles O'Hearn, Stephanie
Oliveira, Donyelle Robertson, Nathan
Robinson, Brook Schmidt, Carly Smith, !
Shasta Smith, Taralee Suppah, Jesus Uricta,
Janeth Valdenabano, Ian Walden, Andrea
Williams, Kyle Wyatt
n.A r...Hv Rradlev Collins. ScoU ,
Delamarter, Shea Hawes, jiu icnier, kihu
Jacks, Emily Ray and Jennifer Runge.
All-Star Honor Roll
Rare Bregninge. Carrie Burtis.Sheylenfrj;
GreeneBoise, Laura Jones, Heather Martin,.
Julie MOrse, Susan Skavlan and Cathy Wil
Kathryn Bozarth, Gina Camphouse,-,
Heather Clowers, Terl Courtney, Jennifer
Filbert, Spencer Gerke. Mark Harris, Daisy
Hoffman. Kevin Hopps, Jeremy Jasa, Gary
King, Larrie Lange, James Lange, Thomas
Norton, Richard Olney, Cristine Orcutt.
Shawn Phifer, Jason Potampa, Fabian Roth,
Wendy Smith, John Summers, Lelf Suppah,
Leanne Teeman and Samuel Wolfe.
Special Honor Roll
Junior: Michelle zamora
Keith Bicart and Brian
set for April 16
will also be rattled with tickets
costing $1.00 each.
Proceeds from the carnival will
be used to purchase equipment for
the two schools.
All community members are in
vited to attend. .I'-
GED Registration has been changed!!!
You can no longer come In and regis
ter on a dallv basis.
will be only on those days fori