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Halloween events at the PAC (posted 10/18/18)
Sublette BOCES Board Special Meeting in Pinedale Oct. 24 (posted 10/18/18)
Quilting in the Winds Quilt Show Oct. 19-21 (posted 10/17/18)
More Than Surviving Workshop Oct. 25 (posted 10/17/18)
Turkey Bingo Nov. 3 (posted 10/17/18)
Rivera Lodge Cake & Bake Sale Oct. 18 (posted 10/17/18)
Sublette Commissioners agenda for Oct. 19, 2018 (posted 10/16/18)
Meet & Greets for Sublette County Rural Health Care District candidates (posted 10/16/18)
‘Hate Has No Home Here’ campaign (posted 10/16/18)
Pinedale Stadium renamed Gene Andrews Stadium (posted 10/12/18)
Grand Opening and Open House Oct. 18 (posted 10/12/18)
Free Grant Writing Workshop Oct. 24 (posted 10/12/10)
Meet & Greet for Marti Halverson Oct. 25 (posted 10/12/18)
Candidate Forums Oct 22 & 29 (posted 10/8/18)
Two Veteran Flu Clinics scheduled in Pinedale - Oct 25 & 26 (posted 10/5/18)
Children’s Discovery Center Harvest Festival Oct 27 (posted 10/5/18)

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October 18: Rivera Lodge Cake & Bake Sale - Thursday, noon to 7PM. Cakes by the slice, brownies & bars, fruit crisps, gluten-free treats. The Gift Shop will be open. Get an early start on ideas for your holiday gift shopping – we will have lots more coming in soon for the holidays. We’re located on Pine Creek, 442 Marilyn Street in Pinedale. 307-367-2424, www.riveralodge.com
October 18: Grand Opening and Open House for The Garage Gym and Elevation Tax and Accounting Inc. - Thursday from 4-6PM at 619 South Pine Street in Pinedale. Edward Jones is also participating in the block party with an open house. Three services for your life wrapped in one block: taxes, investments and fitness. Julie Maxam, Debbie Vickrey, Rhea Ferrah, Devin Pierce and Ranae Pape will be providing hotdogs, hamburgers, drinks and door prizes. Dynamite Donuts will also be on site to provide their donuts and treats. Everyone invited.
October 19-21: Quilting in the Winds Quilt Show - The Crazy Ladies Quilt Guild is hosting a quilt show on the weekend of October 19-21st at the Sublette BOCES building in Pinedale. The times on Friday and Saturday from 10AM to 6PM and on Sunday from 10AM to 4PM. Admission is $2 at the door. Raffle tickets for baskets with donations from local businesses and guild members will be sold at the show. Raffle tickets will also be available for the Crown Royal Quilt with proceeds going to MESA Therapeutic Riding. Winners for all raffles will be drawn at 4:00PM on Sunday. You do not need to be present to win.
October 19: LOBA SPAYghetti & NO Balls Dinner Annual Spay & Neuter Fundraiser - 6PM at the Lovatt Room in the Pinedale Library. $20.00 (MeatBALLS are an additional $5). Dinner, Donation Bar, Wine Pull Auction. To reserve tickets, contact lobamemorial@gmail.com or call 307-439-5622 (LOBA). Tickets can also be purchased at the door during the event. Donations can be sent to LOBA, PO Box 1574, Pinedale, WY 82941. LOBA Memorial is a 501c3 non-profit spay & neuter organization serving animals in the community.
October 24: Sublette BOCES Board Special Meeting in Pinedale - PUBLIC NOTICE: There will be a Special Sublette BOCES Board Meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7 pm at Sublette BOCES, 665 N Tyler Ave., Room 150, Pinedale. The purpose is to discuss an upcoming legislative matter.

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Halloween fun at the PAC
Halloween fun at the PAC
Halloween events at the PAC (posted 10/18/18)
The Pinedale Aquatic Center is hosting two fun events for Halloween at the PAC.

The Haunting in Pinedale Oct. 25 & 26:
Get ready for some scary fun! The Pinedale Aquatic Center is hosting their 11th annual Halloween event, The Haunting, on Thursday, October 25 and Friday October 26 from 7:00 to 9:00PM at the PAC. This haunted house event is not recommended for those under 8. Please check out our annual Spook Alley event for your kids of that age!

The Zombie Dash Fun Run Tuesday, October 30:
PAC, in partnership with Wind River Brewing Company & Friends of PAC, is excited to host the first Zombie Dash Fun Run! Pick up a registration form at PAC or register onsite (@ 5pm) before the race. Your $10.00 registration goes to the Friends of PAC nonprofit, which supports PAC programming and helps us sustain operations! The 2.3 mile run (but with Zombies) starts at PAC and ends at WRBC where we'll present prizes for "survivors" and there will be dinner and drink specials for all participants and volunteers. Costumes are encouraged but not required.

Volunteers Needed! PAC is seeking volunteers "scare-ers" for The Haunting and volunteer "zombies" for the Zombie Dash Fun Run. Ne experience needed! Contact Deanna Fildey at 307-367-2832 ext. 6244 with questions or to volunteer for one or both events! www.pinedaleaquatic.com


Special Meeting Oct. 24
Special Meeting Oct. 24
Sublette BOCES Board Special Meeting in Pinedale Oct. 24 (posted 10/18/18)
PUBLIC NOTICE: There will be a Special Sublette BOCES Board Meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7 pm at Sublette BOCES, 665 N Tyler Ave., Room 150, Pinedale. The purpose is to discuss an upcoming legislative matter.


Quilting in the Winds Quilt Show Oct. 19-21 (posted 10/17/18)
The Crazy Ladies Quilt Guild will host their Quilting in the Winds Quilt Show the weekend of October 19-21. It will be at the Sublette BOCES building in Pinedale on Friday and Saturday from 10AM to 6PM and on Sunday from 10AM to 4PM. Admission is $2 at the door. Raffle tickets for baskets with donations from local businesses and guild members will be sold at the show. Raffle tickets will also be available for the Crown Royal Quilt with proceeds going to MESA Therapeutic Riding. Winners for all raffles will be drawn at 4:00PM on Sunday. You do not need to be present to win. Classes space still available. Go to www.crazyladiesquiltguild.com for more information.


More Than Surviving Workshop Oct. 25 (posted 10/17/18)
Matthew Daniels is offering an Identity Workshop at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale on Thursday, October 24th. The workshop, "More Than Surviving" will begin at 6:30PM. Understand yourself and others, rediscover lost strength, restore forgotten dreams, make life make sense. Food will be provided. Sponsored by Satisfied Soul & Pinedale Computer. For more info call 307-360-3777, matthew@mysatisfiedsoul.com.


Turkey Bingo Nov. 3 (posted 10/17/18)
VFW Auxiliary Post 4801 in Pinedale will host Turkey Bingo on Saturday, November 3rd. Doors open at noon. Free-will donation lunch. Games begin at 12:30PM. All proceeds go to benefit the scholarship fund. The first five games will be for kids only. There will be ten regular games (all play). Cost is $.50 cents a card. $1.00 for three cards. Donations appreciated.


Cake & Bake Sale Thursday, October 18, 2018 from noon to 7PM.
Cake & Bake Sale Thursday, October 18, 2018 from noon to 7PM.
Rivera Lodge Cake & Bake Sale Oct. 18 (posted 10/17/18)
Rivera Lodge will be hosting a fall Cake & Bake Sale on Thursday, October 18th from noon to 7PM. They will have cakes by the slice, brownies & bars, fruit crisps, and gluten-free treats. The gift shop will be open - get an early start on ideas for your holiday gift shopping – they will have lots more coming in soon for the holidays. Rivera Lodge is located on Pine Creek, 442 Marilyn Street in Pinedale. 307-367-2424, www.riveralodge.com


Sublette Commissioners agenda for Oct. 19, 2018 (posted 10/16/18)
Mary Lankford, Sublette County Clerk
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
AGENDA - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2018
COMMISSIONERS MEETING ROOM
SUBLETTE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
PINEDALE, WYOMING

(Tentative Agenda, Subject to Change Up To 9 a.m. the Day of the Meeting)

9:00 a.m. Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
* Chairman Nelson will call the meeting to order, lead the Pledge of Allegiance, and request approval of the prior meeting minutes.
Billy Pape, Road & Bridge
* This report will include a review of all present maintenance work being performed, project updates, materials and equipment.

9:30 a.m. Billy Pape, Waste Management

10:00 a.m. Shad Cooper, County Fire Warden

10:45 a.m. Sheriff KC Lehr

11:00 a.m. Weed & Pest Appointment
Planning & Zoning
Old Business
* Commission Members will report on activities since last meeting

Click on this link for a printable version of this agenda.

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Meet & Greets for Sublette County Rural Health Care District candidates (posted 10/16/18)
The new candidates for the Sublette County Rural Healthcare District will be hosting two Meet and Greets before the upcoming election. The first will be on Wednesday, October 24th from 6:30 to 8:00PM in the Lovatt Room at the Pinedale Library. The second will be on Thursday, November 1st from 6:30 to 8:00PM at the Southwest Pioneers Senior Center in Marbleton. The public is encouraged to come and ask questions of the candidates. Light refreshments will be provided.


‘Hate Has No Home Here’ campaign (posted 10/16/18)
Women’s Advocacy Group
Two events were planned for the month of October by the Women’s Advocacy Group (WAG) of Sublette County.

The first is a month long project called "Hate Has No Home Here." Anyone interested in displaying a yard sign with this phrase on it can get one for free or for a donation which will be used exclusively to pay for the signs. This project has nationwide coverage and a web site explaining the project in detail. "This sign is a public declaration that hate speech and hateful actions against others will not be tolerated by the person or organization displaying the sign. In that, it is non-partisan. This sign is a statement that, while it is okay to disagree with others civilly regarding issues, it is not okay to intimidate or attack a person or group—verbally or physically—based on attributes such as gender, ethnic origin, religion, race, disability, or sexual orientation. The colors of the sign—red, white, and blue—are the colors of the American flag, not any political party."

Signs can be obtained by contacting Jana Weber at 307-367-3630 or Robena Downie at robenaatyahoo.com.

The second event took place at the Lovatt Room on October 9. At 7:00 p.m. a screening of a film called "Laramie Inside Out" by Bev Seckinger was shown. The topic included Wyoming’s most infamous hate crime, the murder of Matthew Shepard. "The film interweaves several stories: Shepard’s, that of his friends and members of Wyoming’s small but vibrant LBGTQ community at the time. Threaded throughout is Seckinger’s own story of growing up closeted in Laramie, graduation from UW and her decision to return in 1999."

The Women’s Advocacy Group is a group in its second year formed by people, men and women, whose goal is to create awareness of some of the national events that are influencing people’s attitudes and opinions. Some of the group’s projects include two women’s marches, a science march, two LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, queer) picnics, a peace and equality march after Charlottesville, a Puerto Rico karaoke fundraiser, a candlelight vigil for Florida shooting victims, phone banking for education funding, legislative bill tracking, Ms magazine subscriptions for legislators, collection of feminine hygiene products for free distribution at the Food Basket, and movies at the library.

For more information contact Jana Weber, webjaja33@gmail.com.


Gene Andrews
Gene Andrews
Pinedale Stadium renamed Gene Andrews Stadium (posted 10/12/18)
On Friday, October 5th, Sublette County School District #1 held a ceremony before the football game to rename the Pinedale Stadium. The new name is now Gene Andrews Stadium at Korfanta Field in honor of long-time Pinedale sports coach Eugene "Gene" Andrews.

Gene began his coaching career in 1965 in San Diego, California teaching at Grossmont High School until 1973. He taught at Pinedale High School from 1973 to 1990.

In 1990, he was inducted into the Wyoming Coaches Association Hall of Fame. On the date of his induction he was still coaching and his career encompassed 24 years of experience. Noted for his success in football, Gene had an overall record of 123 wins and 40 losses, including 7 district championships, 3 regional Championships, 1 state runner-up, and 2 state championships.

During his coaching career, Gene achieved the following:
• 14 members of the Pinedale high school football teams have gone on to play college football, many of these athletes have started in Division I and Division H football programs.
• Coached state track champions in the 1600 meter, 3200 meter runs, and softball throw.
• 2 state cross country ski championships and 2 state runner-up titles.
Below are excerpts from the October 2018 nomination by Ward Wise to the Sublette County School District #1 Board of Trustees to name the football stadium as "Gene Andrews Stadium."

"Coach", as so many in the community fondly call him, has had a tremendous impact on our youth of the community and on the community as a whole. He is the role model for the term "Coach", and is a life coach to so many.

Not many people realize that Gene was a Southern California, 5A State Champion Swimming and Diving Coach. Hence, he was very instrumental in the group that pushed for Pinedale’s first swimming pool. His contribution was the curriculum in the pool for all ages of the community as well as the opportunities for athletics. Before the Pinedale pool was built he had a group of students that drove to Big Piney each night and practiced as part of the Sublette County Swimming and Diving team that produced several State Championships.

Listed as one of his many accomplishments are two State Nordic Ski Championships and two State Runner-up titles. So how did a California Coach become a State Championship Nordic Ski Coach? Simple; the Superintendent, Spike Jorgensen, told him he could have the job as PE Teacher and Football Coach and that he also had to be Nordic Coach….he didn’t have a choice! Gene tried to get out of it saying that he didn’t know a thing about skiing. The Superintendent replied, that "it doesn’t matter, you’re a great coach and great coaches can coach any sport".

Gene researched, (note before the internet was around), and realized that the cardio workouts for Nordic Skiing were very similar to swimming in increasing lung capacity. Gene met with the team and told them he didn’t know how to ski and the deal was struck that he’d get them in the best shape he could, and in return they would teach him how to ski. The rest is history. A lesson in integrity.

Gene’s contributions go way beyond football and Nordic skiing. His commitment went beyond his years as an employee, the following is a sampling of his involvement in the community even after he retired:
● Starter for the track meets and organizer
● Volunteer to run the clock at the basketball games both girls and boys
● Organized the little kids flag football games
● Referee for Junior High and JV football games
● Volunteering for the Pinedale Half Marathon
● Timer at the Nordic Ski Meets
● Radio Announcer for Football games
● Announcer for Basketball games
● Creator of the Prognog for SCSD#1 employees and end of year celebration
● Volunteer at Regional tournaments held in Pinedale
● Involvement as a performer in the community theatre

Gene’s efforts changed the PE curriculum in Pinedale. He introduced Pinedale to badminton, a huge sport in California and it became a student favorite unit in Pinedale. Gene was a pro. He always had tournaments between the classes and each class champion then had to play Gene. According to Ward, he’s pretty sure Gene didn’t lose a match. "He is an unbelievable badminton player. This is a guy who was a rugby player at San Diego State. Gene would lead by example."

Another achievement in the curriculum was that Gene was selected to introduce the "high ropes adventure course curriculum" in PE. He and a few other chosen teachers spent the summer learning how to teach rappelling and team building using an outdoor obstacle course. He was able to bring in the poles thanks to the local telephone company, the local power company set the poles and rigged the wires and he consulted with the Skinner Brothers to make it all happen.

Gene enabled the community to be a part of the school.

Gene was there when Pinedale High School went from having no track to finally getting their first one, made of gravel road base. Ward Wise remembers as a student running up the Shelter Park road and then down the paved road back to the school. Students would do sprints on Hennick Street and the hurdles were set up on North Tyler Street. The community saw the students running their sprints, hurdles and the loop. Gene was able to obtain approval to have a track put in by showing the community how committed we were.

Gene became a part of the community by getting out and doing things with community members. He took horses in the mountains with the outfitters, he hunted, fished, boated on the lakes, camped, and became involved in the culture of the community. What people forget is that he grew up in Colorado and his dad worked on a ranch. When they moved to California, his family had a small avocado farm, he is an outdoorsman. This is why he moved to Wyoming, to give his kids and family the experience of the great outdoors. He is tough and proved his work ethic over and over again.

Gene modeled the work ethic that it takes to achieve greatness. He touched the lives of many in the community with positive values of honesty, integrity, sense of fairness, self-discipline, teamwork, and dedication to work.


Grand Opening and Open House Oct. 18 (posted 10/12/18)
For The Garage Gym and Elevation Tax and Accounting Inc
Everyone is invited to the Grand Opening of The Garage Gym and Elevation Tax and Accounting Inc. on Thursday, October 18th from 4-6PM. Edward Jones is also participating in the block party with an open house. These businesses are located at 619 South Pine Street in Pinedale. Three services for your life, wrapped in one block: Taxes, Investments and Fitness. Julie Maxam, Debbie Vickrey, Rhea Ferrah, Devin Pierce and Ranae Pape will be providing hotdogs, hamburgers, drinks and door prizes. Dynamite Donuts will also be on site to provide their donuts and treats.


Free Grant Writing Workshop Oct. 24 (posted 10/12/10)
There will be a free Grant Writing Workshop on Wednesday, October 24th. The workshop is hosted by the Wyoming Community Foundation. The workshop will be at Sublette BOCES in Pinedale, 665 N Tyler Avenue from 6-7:30PM. Learn tips & tricks for writing Wyoming Community Foundation grant applications and for using the new online system. Please RSVP to Jerrica Becken, WYCF's Associate Director of Philanthropy,

Meet & Greet for Marti Halverson Oct. 25 (posted 10/12/18)
Everyone is invited to a Meet & Greet for Marti Halverson, Republican candidate for House District 22, on Thursday, October 25th at The Daniel Junction, from 5-7 pm. Finger food and refreshments available. Sponsored by the Sublette County Republican Party.


Candidate Forums October 22 & 29
Candidate Forums October 22 & 29
Candidate Forums Oct 22 & 29 (posted 10/8/18)
Voters will have two opportunities to attend candidate forums for the upcoming general election in Sublette County.

The first forum will be on Monday, October 22nd at 6:30PM in the Fine Arts Building in Big Piney. That forum will be for Sublette County Commissioner and Sublette County School District #9 candidates.

The second forum will be the next week on Monday, October 29th at 6:30PM in Sheppard Auditorium in Pinedale. That forum will be for candidates for the Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board and Sublette County School District #1.

The forums are being sponsored by the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce, KPIN 101.1 FM Radio, the Pinedale Roundup, Sublette Examiner, and Pinedale Online! The forums will be broadcast live on KPIN 101.1 FM Radio.

Anyone who would like to submit questions for consideration to be asked can send them to the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce at director@sublettechamber.com.


Two Veteran Flu Clinics scheduled in Pinedale - Oct 25 & 26 (posted 10/5/18)
PINEDALE, WYOMING—The Sheridan VA Health Care System, Casper Mobile Vet Center and Sublette County Veteran Services Office are partnering to provide a two-day opportunity for Veterans to receive their annual flu shots Oct. 25, from 2-7 p.m., and Oct. 26, from 7-10 a.m.

This event will take place in the parking lot of the Sublette County Veteran Services Office at 619 E. Hennick, next to the Pinedale Medical Clinic and Sublette County Public Health in Pinedale. The Mobile Vet Center will be in the parking lot for the event.

Veterans who are enrolled with the Sheridan VA Health Care System should bring their Veterans Health Identification Cards. Not enrolled? Enrollment specialists will be at the event to check eligibility, so Veterans who are interested in enrolling are invited to bring a photo ID and their DD-214.

Key facts about the flu vaccine, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Why should people get vaccinated against the flu?
Influenza is a potentially serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. Every flu season is different, and influenza infection can affect people differently, but millions of people get the flu every year, hundreds of thousands of people are hospitalized and thousands or tens of thousands of people die from flu-related causes every year. An annual seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to help protect against flu. Vaccination has been shown to have many benefits including reducing the risk of flu illnesses, hospitalizations and even the risk of flu-related death in children.

Why do I need a flu vaccine every year?
A flu vaccine is needed every season for two reasons. First, the body’s immune response from vaccination declines over time, so an annual vaccine is needed for optimal protection. Second, because flu viruses are constantly changing, the formulation of the flu vaccine is reviewed each year and updated as needed to keep up with changing flu viruses.

Does flu vaccine work right away?
No. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body and provide protection against influenza virus infection. That’s why it’s better to get vaccinated by the end of October, before the flu season really gets under way.


Harvest Festival October 27
Harvest Festival October 27
Children’s Discovery Center Harvest Festival Oct 27 (posted 10/5/18)
The Children's Discovery Center will host a Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 27th at 454 E Hennick Street in Pinedale from 10AM to 2PM. Cost is $10/person or $30/family which includes 2 pumpkins, pumpkin decorating, face painting, pumpkin patch, photo booth, hay maze, and a hay slide. There will be chili, apple cider and hot chocolate available. All proceeds go to benefit the Children's Discovery Center.

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