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Page 14 --- B4G TIMBER (MT) PIONEER -- Week of Aug. 30 - Sept. 5, 2002 Come UST ARRIVE Journals, Diaries & Address BookS!! check out our great selection for young Creations Etc. 216 McLeod Street 932-5558 ~tore Hour~: M-F 9:00am - 5:00pro Saturdays 10:00am - 2:00pm The Public Works Department tears down the bathhouse at the Big Timber City Pool. The demolition was last Tuesday, Aug. 20. Arlian Construction is building the new bath- house, which will be bigger than the old one. The building should be enclosed by November. The old one was in poor shape according to officials. "1 don't know if people realize just how bad that facility was," said Betty Alexander, City/County Planner. Workers said the building just fell apart when they started demolition. (photo by Candy Buster) CO. Will be closed Sat. Aug. 31 & Mon. Sept. 2 for Labor Day. AI About Peo )IE Have A Safe Weekendll 1 I Using computers and otherorientation, age, disability, electronic office data storage national origin or political beliefs." systemsm for personal use outside "The Montana Association of county business is prohibited Counties recommended the through a new county policy counties adopt the policy," said passed by the Sweet Grass County S w e e tG r a s sC o u n t y Commissioners at their meeting, Commissioner Elaine Allestad. August 9. The county has specific levels The policy prohibits of access designed into its employees from transmitting electronic system. Unauthorized improper messages or viewing attempts to gain access to improper materials. Employees are unauthorized areas (hacking) are specifically prohibited "from also prohibited. sending any messages of an offensive or harassing nature either Data and communications to co-workers or to individuals transmitted electronically from the outside of Sweet Grass County county offices are "subject to the Offices. Examples of prohibited same policies and procedures that conduct include viewing data or govern similar written or transmission of information which telephonic communications such as includes sexually explicit messages letters to the Governor, legislators or jokes; slurs or jokes based on an or media." ethnic or other protected Employees who violate the classification or any other message policy will be subjected to that may be construed as harassing appropriate discipline "up to and or offensive, including those based including termination" according to on sex, race, religion, sexual the policy. Retired teachers meet The Crazy Mountain Retired Teachers met for a potluck picnic at the City Park recently. President Gladys Stephens reported on the upcoming MREA convention in Bozeman, October 6-8. There will be several interesting workshops, and a memorial for deceased members on Tuesday, Oct. 8. Andy McDonald, one of the Big Timber group's former members, and Pearl Moore will be among the honorees. Several members hope to attend at least part of the convention. It was decided to skip the October meeting because of the Bozeman gathering. There was a discussion on ideas to recruit new members and projects to raise the group's image in the community. How about a Gift Subscription to The Pioneer for someone special in your life? Makes a great Birthday Present USED FURNITURE EMPORIU Check Out Our Bunk Bed Bunk Beds Solid White Pine 2x6 Construction Incredible Value See Them in The Bia Blue Buildinq 21 2 S. Wallace Ave. Bozeman, MT. or Call 406-587-8627 The 1 4th Annual GREAT MONTANA SHEEP DRIVE "2002" Sunday, September 1,2002 Sponsors: The Reed Point Community Club and many Montana Businesses This is a fundraiser for the Reed Point Community Club, ~,% :~ .,..~ a registered non-profit community service organization - ~ List of Events & approximate times: Sheep Shearing Demonstration 11:00 a.m. Montana Gunfighters 11:30 a.m. & 2:30 Magic Shows (in the old gym) 12:00 & 2:00 Parade (Biggest little parade in MT) 1:00 p.m. Merchandise Auction 1:30 p.m. Local Music under the Big Top 2:00 - ??? Running of the Sheep 4:00 p.m. Log Sawing Contest 4:30 p.m. Street Dance featuring Nye Express 6:00 p.m. Wool Spinning Demonstration in the firehall on and off all day. Events under the Big Top include: Ben Raisland and his Crazy Mountain Boys, Square Dance Demonstrations..and much, much more! Over 50 Food and Craft booths Inflatable Dragon and 21-foot Slide, Egg Throwing Contest, Dunking Booth...and much more! _For more information contact: General Information - Pat & Kathy 326-2374, Cynthia 326-2325, Denise 326-2341 Booth Applications - Maxine 326-2292; Parade Coordinator- Norma 326-2162 ~-~ ~" '-', See "EWE" here! Red Lodge location Now Open Year Round! MONDAY THROUGH A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. SATURDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 4:00P.M. 1 121 5 Monad Rd. Billings 21 3 N. Broadway Red Lodge (406)252-2888 (406)446-9856