RECYCLERS — Prairie View students help build a Recycling Center sign for their building. Fifth grade students, from the left, Dylan McKinley, the son of Scott McKinley, Kale Larson, son of Ken and Sandi Larson and Austin Stephens, the son of Jeff and Bobbi Pruttis. They helped smash pop cans and lay out the lettering for the new sign at the recycling center. The picture below is the completed sign that is hung on the Recycling Center. Photos courtesy of Carey Monahan
By Deanna Wakkinen, I-O Reporter
The Pondera County Recycling Coalition (PCRC) met recently.
The Treasurer’s report approved for approximately $242 for supplies to build two recycling signs for the recycling building.
The tonnage report stated that 1,846 pounds of aluminum have been hauled while more aluminum, tin and paper are at Mike Townsend’s salvage yard.
Headwater’s Recycling Cooperation contacted the PCRC and stated that their hauling cost is $4.50 a mile. They strongly recommended that the PCRC purchase its own baler.
Ron Collyer mentioned at the meeting that a new baler is about $20,000. Mayor John Shevlin reported that Cindy Fuson is not interested in selling her baler as she may want to pursue her own recycling business.
COLLIDE — The Little Guys, 4th and 5th grades, Football team played Shelby this past week at the football field. No scores were kept. Here, Blake Vandenacre and Nolan Taule have a collision as Taule tried to hand the ball off. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
Rocky Boy traveled to Conrad on a cool cloudy Saturday for a little football. The Buckaroo’s brick wall defense played well in a 16-0 win that displayed the offenses passing attack.
The defense was led by Colby Ophus(10), Colby VanDyke(7), Dakota Suta(7), Tyler Schultz(6), Javan Carroll(5), Daryl Engelby-Boyle(4), Tristan Diedrich(4), Blaine Berg(3), Tyler Richter(3), Shane Larson(3), and Clark Judisch(3). Judisch and Suta each had an interception and Suta also recovered a Rocky Boy fumble.
Coach Phil Springer commented “Our team goal is to get five or six players in on each tackle and today we were swarming and meeting that goal.”
HARVEST MOON — Just in time for the CofC Harvest Festival this weekend, Brian Robinson took this cool photo of a Harvest Moon over the gain fields east of Conrad. Photo for I-O courtesy of Brian Robinson
The annual Conrad Area Chamber of Commerce Harvest Fest kicks into gear this weekend, beginning on Friday and going on into Saturday.
CofC secretary Molly Bock tells the I-O, “We’re looking forward to a busy weekend, and it’s time to tantalize your taste buds with samples of great food during the Chili Cook-off.
The Cook-off marks the start of the Harvest Fest and goes from 4-6 p.m. on Friday.
“No need to cook dinner, come and sample all the different varieties of chili,” says Bock.