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Y Kelly Collins and Diane Smith went to lgnacio, Colo. on Sunday, Sept. 2 to help their daughter Sh- annon and her husband Pavia Palmer and children move to Keyes. Dianne said she was happy to have her children and grandchil- dren closer to her. Marsha Butaud and Allen Griggs went to the O.U.-Air Force Welcome to the Fair to the Stock Show! ;USON PLUMBING Boise City We Support Your Work urang te Cimarron County Fair hope your efforts are rewarding. Luck to each of you who are participating in the Fair. Red & Sons' Auto Repair & Parts, Inc. ;44-3121 Boise City, 601 Main Welcome to the n County Free Fair and Stock Show & Sale Academy Game in Colorado Springs on Sept. I. They stayed overnight and returned to Kenton the following day. On Sunday, Sept. 9, 2001 a bridal shower was held for Bethany and Jeff Roberts at the Kenton Community Center. There were many guests who attended and wished them well. Meetings The Kenton Arts Council met On Friday, Sept. 7 at the Kenton Mere; there is a show planned for Oct, 18, 19 and 20. Those inter- ested in exhibiting contact Kelly Collins at 580 261-7727 or email at ckellyc@ptsi.net. Another plan- ning session is scheduled for Oct. 5 at 7:00 p.m. MDT at the home of Kelly Collins. If your organization is having a meeting or special event please contact Kelly Collins prior to the meeting so it can be included in the newspaper. Home Culture Club News Fall is definitely in the air and it is time for the Home Culture Club to begin activities again. The Santa Fe Trail Daze Coun- try Store was very successful due to everyone's participation and we thank the public for making it so. Also, we thank Ethel Snapp for the use of the building. Some members have had a joy- ous summer and some have had sorrow. Most everyone had a busy summer. The first meeting was at the home of Deanna Francis, Sept. 6, 2001, with Deanna as co-hostess and Elizabeth Hinderliter lesson leader. Elizabeth's topic was "Live in the Sand" and she gave a very in- teresting history of the Siege of the Alamo. Some of the names mentioned were Colonel Travis, Sam Houston, Santa Anna, David Crockett, James Bowie and oth- ers. Reports during business were: furnished a pie for the pie auction during the Fair; Sept. 25, is an important election day on the "Right to Work" issue; Sept. 28, is Living History Day at the mu- seum and the Club voted to par- ticipate. An interesting roll call was given on "HistoricalMonuments you have visited". A surprise card shower was given to Dorothy and delicious cake and ice cream was served to Susie Odell, Faye Pitzer, Velma Twyman, Carolyn Shryock, Eliza- beth Hinderliter, Nancy Kline, Linda Gray, Faye Smith, Mildred Cox and Dorothy Sechler. The next meeting will be Sept. 20, at Susie Odell's. See you at the Fair, SEPTEMBER 1 2 2001 THE BOISE CITY NEWS PAGE 5 Health to Trauma Fund Tile Oklal!oma State l)elmrl- meat of Health (OSDH) will dis- tribute the proceeds of tile first year of the Trauma Fund in the next few weeks to qualifying hos- pitals and ambulance services that requested reimbursement for un- compensated trauma care. The revolving fund was estab- lished in 1999 by Senate Bill 20i) to assist facilities in the provision of trauma care and to support the development of a trauma system in Oklahoma. Revenues for the fund come from fee increases in drivers' license and boat registra- tion fees authorized in the legisla- tion. The resulting fees establish a fund of approximately $2.2 mil- lion per year. The formula to distribute the fund was established by adminis- trative rules approved by the State Board of Health, legislature and governor. The Oklahoma State Trauma Advisory Council, Emel- gency Medical Services Advisory Council, Oklahoma State Medi- cal Association, Oklahoma Osteo- pathic Association, and Oklahoma Hospital Association assisted the OSDH in drafting the rules. Licensed Oklahoma hospitals and ambulance services apply for reimbursement by submitting cases that meet the acuity crite- ria. Medicare cost reports and ambulance fees are used to estab- lish reimbursable cost on allow- able claims. The fund is then dis- bursed on a pro-rata share basis. In the first year, 35 hospitals and 41 ambulance services ap- plied for reimbursement with $8,851,515.25 in allowable charges submitted. This resulted in $(I.239 per dollar reimburse- ment for uncompensated trauma care. Specials Sept. ! 2 - Sept. 18 M-S: I i :OO a.m. - I O:00 p.m. Sun.: i i :00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 580/544-2997 Sept. 1 2: one meat, one cheese enchilada, $4.95 Sept. ] 3: chili/cheese French-fries, $2.75 Sept. 14: chicken salad, $5.75 Sept. 15: double cheese- burger w/fries, $5.25 Sept. 16: nacho platter, $5.50 Sept. 17: hamburger w/ fries, $3.75 The best use of laws is to teachSept. 1 8: two relleno din- :i We men to trample bad laws under ner, $5.50 -~ ~ their feet. Includes coffee or tea. Now aud your --We.ae" Phillips serving homemade pie andwish "'* the best of luck! : S'wee . iiiii;iii!iii;;; iiiii!ii: : (Cheryl BoRon & Carol Gayler) We will be serving barbeque sausage, ribs KE LAW OFFICE, 405 544-2571 or London broil dinners; and sliced bris- ket by the pound Friday & Saturday dur- ing the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Moore's Food Pride parking lot. BOISE CITY HOMA ;AL D :ks, learn to draft ts, interview witnesses, and egal research! Weekend class 16, 2001 ! information, call PANHANDLE STATE SAT/ACT, LSAT, GRE, & GMAT TEST PREP COURSES Weekend sessions for September & November tests! UNIVERSITY LEGAL SECRETARY, VICTIM ADVOCACY, MEDIATION, & LEGAL INVESTIGATION CERTIFICATE COURSES Three weeks Evenings & weekends Fall classes begin soon! 1-800-522-7737 or visit www.legalsstudies.com. ENROLL NOW! ,l Thanks, Participants, Organizers, Supporters and Specta- tors, for keeping the es- sence of Cimarron County in the forefrontl 54424O6 to all participants in the 2001 Cimarron County Free Fair and Rotary Livestock Show and Sale! Elevator Station 544-2555 544-2275 The Law Offices of ght, Dale, Jett & Carter Extend a Hearty To the 2000 Cimarron County Free Fair & Rotary Livestock Show & Sale +1 May the Fair & Stock Show "Produce" I a Successful Trne for Each of You. , Wishing Success "' to all participants. Boise BOdy ShOp 544-2821 219 N. Cimarron It's Something to "Crow" About... Fair Time in Cimarron County And Wish All Participants the Best of Lucky ~t +