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Monday, June 4, 2001

UIL contestants place at meet

Balmorhea's number sense and mathematics contestants placed at a UIL Academic Meet in Balmorhea recently.

The fourth grade number sense team placed first, second and third with Jalonnie Sanchez taking first place, Leo Jasso placing second, and Kyle Wardlaw placing third. Alternate Donna Balderas placed fifth.

In fifth grade number sense Rodney Fuentes and Harry Barron tied for first place and Sean Enloe placed fifth.

The sixth grade number sense team took fourth and fifth with Timothy Jasso placing fourth and Jose Rodriguez placing fifth.

The sixth grade mathematics team took fourth, fifth and sixth with Vance Mondragon taking fourth, Jose Rodriguez taking fifth, and Timothy Jasso taking sixth.

Area schools that participated in the UIL meet were Buena Vista, Grandfalls, Sanderson and Balmorhea.

Balmorhea math teacher and number sense coach, Lee Renz, stated that his teams are already looking forward to next year's competition.

Harbour to celebrate third birthday

Jana Harbour of Balmorhea will be celebrating her third birthday on June 19 with family and friends on hand.

She is the daughter of Jay T. and Darla J. Harbour of Balmorhea.

Pictured with Jana is her baby goat, named Seventeen, and she calls him her baby.

Seventeen was found at about two weeks old on Highway 17, starving to death. Jana has bottle fed him and he is as healthy as ever now.

Proud grandparents are James and Janice Harbour of Fort Stockton.

Church plans Vacation Bible School

The Church of Christ, located at 4th and Bois D'Arc Streets, will be holding their Vacation Bible School, June 4-7, Monday through Thursday evenings 7-9 p.m. at their facilities at 1321 W. 4th.

The theme is, "Jesus, the Greatest Storyteller" with classes being held for children ages three to 8th grade.

Specific stories to be studied include, "The Wise and Foolish Builders," "The Marvelous Treasurer Hidden In A Field," "The Boy Who Ran Away From Home," "The Kind Stranger" and "The Shepherd Who Lost a Sheep."

All youngsters are welcome and urged to attend this educational, fun-filled Vacation Bible School.

For more information or a ride for your children call 445-3093.

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