SHIELDS VALLEY NEWS

Shields Valley High School holds graduation
Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Photo by Jean Skillman

Bob Boyd greets Shield Valley High School senior Lauren Flatt as Brittany Wood looks on after the school’s graduation Sunday in Clyde Park.

correspondent Jean Skillman 578-2570

Shields Valley High School held its graduation ceremony Sunday in Clyde Park.

The students who graduated were Patrick Blair, Trinity Boyd, Taylor Croston, Emma Doolittle, Jennifer Fairchild, Lauren Flatt, Hunter Greenfield, Leah Guse, Marissa Marshall, Blake Myrstol, Cade Paschke, Morgan Raw, Gabriel Shelton, Briley Stark, Casey Stone, Dakota Whiting and Brittany Wood.

Hunter Greenfield was the valedictorian and Marissa Marshall the salutatorian.

Shields Valley eighth-graders graduating Sunday in Clyde Park were Kaden Acosta, Brooklin Baukol, Jahslin Boyd, Lyom Bullard, Bridger Burkes, Perrin Dominick, Morgan Fairchild, Colton Felkins, Cole Flatt, Dylan Flatt, Regan Hanson, Brandon Jacob, Sebastein Meyer, Milan Moscone, Wyatt Rooney, Haven Sager, Aspen Sanderson, Dylan Sarrazin, Gratia Somerville, Coby Stallard and Shawn VonHeeder.

Wanted: Senior deliverers

Wanted: Seniors citizens 60 years old and older in the Shields Valley who would like a hot meal delivered every weekday. Meals on Wheels would like to provide a hot meal to you at little or no cost. Suggested donation is $4 per meal, but you pay only what you are able.

This is a great way to have a hot lunch and a friendly hello from the delivery drivers. If you are interested in getting a meal delivered to you please call Bob at the Senior Center 222-7195 or Judy at 686-9128 to schedule a delivery. If anyone has a loved one that could benefit from this wonderful service or you are interested in helping with deliveries please call Bob or Judy. Volunteer drivers are always welcome.

Anyone who would like to be a part of the service to those getting meals may call Judy at the above number to let her know when you are available to deliver meals in Shields Valley or to find out more about the program..

Dinner and a Movie

At the May Build a Better Wilsall Foundation meeting the date for the annual Dinner and a Movie was set for Friday, Aug. 3. There will be a live auction but no silent auction. The gates open at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m.

Recital

The music students of Nancy Nollmeyer will perform in a recital at 6 p.m. Friday, May 25, at the Wilsall Community Church.

Club news

The Wilsall Vets Club and Auxiliary will be looking for help to put up the flags at the cemetery at 8 a.m. Friday, May 25. Coffee and cinnamon rolls will be served at the Shields Valley Senior Center in Wilsall following the flag raising. The flags will be taken down at 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 29, and help will also be needed then.

• The Brackett Creek Women’s Club met May 16 at the home of Sonja Loeser. Some members have started Brackett Creek Road cleanup as weather allows. Their perennial plant exchange will be June 2 or 9. Cathy Dowdell will be in charge of The Haven pizza night. It was announced that Dash Bril of Horse Creek is a Yoga instructor. The Sept. 19 meeting will be at the home of Wilma Bogar. Refreshments were served and Judy Watson won the candle in a jar door prize.

Kim Bankert of Eagle Mount gave an entertaining and informative program, with handouts. He showed “Golden Eagle Moment” pictures and told stories about them. Eagle Mount does programs for all ages with disabilites and for kids with cancer. The camps include skiing, horse back riding, camping, swimming, fishing, kayaking, cycling, horticulture, and oncology.

Cards

Winners of the May 22 Senior Citizens card party were Marie Smith, first; Linda Wilson, second; and Marge Briggs, low.

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