CAMPO SCHOOL DISTRICT
Mo nday Morn
August 4, 2008
Campo Enjoys the Baca County Fair
Katie Jenkins and her lamb
that won Reserve Grand
2008 Parade Color Guard: Bobby Grogan, Howdy Huffman, and Jason Franklin
Hunter Huffman slides
down one of the inflatables
at the fair.
Campo 4-H Trailblazers try to keep up with
the hungry crowd at the fairgrounds conces-
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Campo 4-H Trailblazers: Katie Jenkins
The Campo 4-H Trailblazers worked hard all year long Grand Champion Baking
and completed their projects to compete in the Baca 1st—Baking
County Fair. Congratulations to everyone of them for a
job well done. Grand Champion—Shooting Sports Display—Jr. Division
Dakota Dodge: 1st—Shooting Sports Display—Jr. Division
2nd—Gardening Display Jr. Division Res. Grand Champion—.22 rifle—Jr. Division
2nd—Entomology Res. Grand Champion—Breeding Sheep
(7) 1st places—Garden Vegetable –Jr. Division 1st in class—Breeding Sheep
Grand Champion-Garden Vegetables—Jr. Division Showed in Market Lamb & Participated in Showmanship
Coulton Hebberd Zane Jenkins
Res. Grand Champion—Shooting Sports Display—Int. Grand Champion—.22 Rifle—Int. Division
Division Res. Grand Champion—Shooting Sports Display—Int. Divi-
2nd—Shooting Sports Display sion
2nd—Woodworking 1st—Shooting Sports Display—Int. Division
Showed in Market Swine 2nd in class Breeding Sheep
Rafe Schroder Showed in Market Lambs & Participated in Showmanship
Res. Grand Champion—Market Goat
Res. Grand Champion—Showmanship—Sr. Division
The Campo Trailblazers 4-H club had a fantastic year
Res. Grand Champion—Round Robin Showmanship— at the Baca County Fair
We would like to thank all the people who helped us
Austin Schroder along the way to the fair; our parents, grandparents, and
1st in class—Market Goats leaders. Special thanks to: Tom and Cheryl Billings, Beki
Schroder, Chad Eaton, Greg Cash, Jerry and Nila Houser,
Participated in Showmanship Wynel Alfrey, Matt and Jeanette Wacker, Lisa and Blain
Keshian Hoeffner Dodge, Bobbie Jo Bulkley, Frank Broce, Lynette Crawford,
Darrell Wait, Scott Larson, the Campo Quilting Club, Eloy
Maes, Marcella Swanson, Bob Wood, Tim Macklin and the
2nd & 4th in class—Market Lambs Campo School.
Tyler Hebberd We also would like to extend our thanks to Pat Esch,
Res. Grand Champion—.22 Rifle—Sr. Division Colorado Farms (Paul McGeary), Baca Feedyard (Mike and
Mary Lou Wilson), Terry and Marcella Swanson and Colo-
2nd—Shooting sports display rado State Bank of Walsh for donating our entry fees. Bill
Participated in Showmanship Sr. division Mundell, Bill Sparks and Danny McVey for auctioneering
for the livestock sale. Brett Pettinger, Steve and Joann
Participated in Market Swine McEndree, the Baca County Commissioners, Baca County
Kidryn Hoeffner Fair Board, the 4-H Council, Debra Lester and all the vol-
unteers at the fair for all their long hours and hard work to
1st—Woodworking & 3rd in class—Market Lambs
make the fair possible, and to the buyers and everyone who
Hunter Huffman came out to support us.
1st in class—Market Swine & 2nd—Cake Decorating Without the support of our great community and county
we know we could not have accomplished so much.
Participated in Showmanship
We hope you enjoyed yourself as much as we did. Hope
to see you next year.
Our Deepest Appreciation to all!!
Showed in Market Goats—Jr. Division The Campo Trailblazers 4-H Club
AUGUST 4, 2008 PAGE 3
Medical Updates and Norman Brown, 55, passed away last week after suffering
a heat stroke. Norman was the son of the late Virgil
Brown, Campo Superintendent 1960-1961.
Cricket Dixon and Joe Penson were married on July 17th.
Pete Ownbey has still felt a little tired this last week. Pray for
strength and more energy to return. They are making their home in Orange, Texas.
Juanita Ownbey hasn’t felt good for the last week but she
reported that on Sunday she was feeling much better. Pray for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
Virgina Findley is still improving. She reports that hopefully
she will be finished with physical therapy on Thursday. Pray AUGUST 9TH
for continued strength and healing.
Coleen Schroder is still waiting for testing on the 26th. Pray
that she will be feeling better as she waits and for a good report
from the tests.
Karen Jaggers had surgery on her wrist after she returned Birthday,
home from the FFA trip to Washington, DC. She is feeling
much better now and will return to the doctor the 11th. Pray for
quick healing and strength to regain in her wrist. Eugene
Chad Rodarmel went to Craig for more tests last week. He
had a mold made of his left leg and they will make him a brace August 5th
so that he will be able to walk with hand crutches. He will go
back for two weeks in September to walking classes so that he Love,
can learn how to maneuver the brace. This is good news for
Chad and we would like to continue to pray for strength and Your Family
healing in his legs.
Happy Anniversary, Pete & Juanita Love,
August 4 Mama, Daddy, &
Love, Your Family Jonny
Sandy Soil Church to Hold Gospel Meeting Happy Birthday,
Dad & Grandpap!
The Sandy Soil Church of Christ will be holding a gospel
meeting August 3-9 with Brother Bud Jones of Ada Ok. Aug. 7th
Services will be at 8:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday night
and Sunday morning service at 10:00 a.m. and the final
service will be at 1:00p.m. Sunday afternoon. Everyone is
welcome and encouraged to come hear Brother Jones all
Your Wife, Son,
this week. Jentry & Jadyn
PAGE 4 MONDAY MORNING UPDATE
SOUTH BACA PATRIOTS ATHLETICS
Practice begins for fall sports on Monday, August 11, 2008. Head coaches will be contacting high school ath-
letes regarding practice times for the first week of practice. Please remember to get your physical exams completed
soon. You may not practice until you get your physical exams completed and your physical exam forms returned to your
A Parent/Athlete meeting will be held on Monday August 11, 2008 at 6:30 PM in the Campo Community Build-
ing. All parents and their 5th-12th grade athletes are encouraged to attend. Topics we will discuss include, but are not
Required paperwork for your child to participate in sports,
Athletic Handbook & expectations for athletes, coaches, and parents,
Rules changes (a brief overview) for each sport.
Coaches may be handing out sports schedules, uniforms and equipment at this
meeting. If the athlete is not at the meeting he or she will have to wait until the
next practice to get their equipment—don’t miss out!
Austin and Rafe Schroder keeps things
moving at the concession stand.
Kidryn Hoeffner keeps the snowcone Dakota Dodge waits on customers at the
machine going on a hot day at the fair window of the concession stand.
team, Spook and Scatter, for win-
ning the Ranch Rodeo for the sec- Cadin Hebberd shoots down the water
slide at the fair.
ond year in a row. WAY TO
A HUGE thank you to the
Baca County Fair Board for Ty and Dakota wait to practice
making this year’s fair such their Gladiator skills.
AUGUST 4, 2008 PAGE 5
WATERMELON FESTIVAL EVENTS
First Aid & CPR Horseshoe Throwing Contest:
Class Each individual will throw 50 times and the best score
will win. Entry fee will be $10 and 80% of the total en-
Monday, Aug. 11th try fees will be divided among the winners.
8 AM– 6 PM Get your pictures ready to enter in the Photography con-
test for the Watermelon Festival. Photos need to be
Lunch will be provided matted or in a frame for display. The categories will be
Portrait, Landscape, Nature & Weather, Black & White,
The class will be limited to 10 people Animal & Wild Life, Lines, and Creative Enhance-
ments. Entries will be limited to three photographs per
so register early. To register call category.
Megan England at 787-2212 or call Archery Contest:
the school office 787-2226. There will be a youth division and an adult division.
This First Aid/CPR class is part of Megan’s Service The entry fee will be $10. For more information call
Brandon Grogan 523-1968 or 361-0161.
Learning project. The fee for the class will be
covered by the Service Learning grant at the
Campo School. Happy Birth-
Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday,
Renner Memorial Pool
The pool is open again. If you have any news or information you
would like to see in the newspaper you
Check the hours on the door or can e‐mail us at email@example.com or
call 787-2490. call the school and leave a message 787‐
Women’s night will start at 6:00 pm on Tuesday. 2226.
It’s A Parade! MONDAY MORNING UPDATE
Kay and Mike Thompson cruise on down the
Cameron Grogan, Shalee Billings, and Braden Grogan
road at the parade.
show a little 4-wheeling style.
A few of the Nursing
Home residents in the
Linda Hollenback was busy supporting parade:
“Relay For Life” at the parade.
Leon Hollenback and Fred Thompson ride to show their
support for “Relay For Life.”
Cadin & Danyell Cherilyn and
Hebberd toss candy Megan England
at the parade. pass out balloons at
Watermelon Pageant contestants and Lil’
Melon Contestants. Thelma Nugent
Seth and Josh Brown take a backseat to Josh’s two
daughters taking the reigns at the parade.
Viner rode on
for the parade.
The newest Campo fire truck made an appearance at the parade.
AUGUST 4, 2008 PAGE 7
Keshian and Kidryn Hoeffner
showed lambs at the fair. Brody Rosengrants thinks you have to wait a Chloe digs in for the “Needle in the
long time for the turtle races. Haystack” search.
Ty and Cadin climb up the water slide.
Ernest Wait was on the campaign trail at the fair grounds.
Travis Billings drove car #3 1/3 and Patrick Sullivan drove car #13 in memory
of “Red” Russel.
Ty Ownbey’s turtle came in 1st in
his heat for the Turtle Race.
MONDAY MORNING UPDATE PAGE 8
Sunday 8-03 Monday 8-04 Tuesday 8-05 Wednesday 8-06 Thursday 8-07 Friday 8-08 Saturday 8-09
Campo Baptist Special School
Worship Service 9:00 am Board meeting @
Campo Wesleyan YAC –Historical
Sunday School 10:00 am Co-Op Sports Preservation Meet-
Worship Service 11:00 am Board Meeting @ ing at LCC @ 1:30
7:00 pm—Baca pm
Evening Service 6:00 pm
Full Gospel Assembly
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11:00
Evening Service 5:00
Sandy Soil Sandy Soil Sandy Soil Sandy Soil Sandy Soil Sandy Soil
Sandy Soil Gospel Meeting
Gospel Meet- Gospel Meeting Gospel Meeting Gospel Meet- Gospel Meeting
Morning Service 10:30 am @ 8:00 pm @ 8:00 pm
ing @ 8:00 pm @ 8:00 pm ing @ 8:00 pm @ 8:00 pm
Evening Service 1:00 pm
Prayer Meeting at
Monday...Mostly sunny. A 20 percent chance of thunderstorms
in the afternoon. Highs 96 to 103. Southwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
Monday Night...Partly cloudy. A 20 percent chance of thunder-
storms until midnight. Lows in the mid to upper 60s. South winds
10 to 15 mph.
Zane Jenkins shows Coulton Hebberd serves up
Tuesday...Partly sunny. A 20 percent chance of thunderstorms in his lamb. drinks at the concession stand.
the afternoon. Locally heavy rainfall possible in the afternoon.
Highs 88 to 96. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph becoming east
with gusts to around 35 mph in the afternoon. Classified Ads
Tuesday Night...Mostly cloudy. Slight chance of thunderstorms
early in the evening...then slight chance of thunderstorms over- Wanted: The Town of Campo is accepting applications for
night. Locally heavy rainfall possible early in the evening. Lows a Pool Manager to begin in August. Applications must be
61 to 68. East winds 10 to 15 mph becoming west after midnight. submitted by noon on August 11th. For more information
Chance of precipitation 20 percent. call Linda at the City Office at 787-2416.
Wednesday...Partly sunny. A 10 percent chance of thunder- JOB OPPORTUNITY: Campo, Pritchett, Springfield,
storms in the afternoon. Highs 90 to 95.
Vilas, and Kim School Districts are accepting applications for a
Wednesday Night And Thursday...Mostly cloudy. A 20 percent School Nurse. This is a full-time position that is shared by the
chance of thunderstorms. Lows 60 to 66. Highs 86 to 93. five school districts. A four-year degree and RN certification is
required. For more information please contact the Campo
Thursday Night...Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of thun- School Office at 787-2226.
derstorms. Lows in the lower to mid 60s.
Friday...Partly sunny with a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms.
Found: One tire and wheel. If you’ve lost a tire and wheel
Highs near 90. contact Raymond Johnson at 787-2437.
Friday Night...Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of thunder- JOB OPPORTUNITY: The Campo School is accepting
storms. Lows 61 to 66. applications for Asst. Boys’ Coach for the 2008-2009 school
year. For more information please contact the school office at
Saturday Through Sunday...Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent 787-2226.
chance of thunderstorms. Highs near 90. Lows in the lower to
mid 60s. Disclaimer: The expressions in this publication made by stu-
dents in the exercise of freedom of speech or freedom of the
press is not an expression of the Board policy. The school dis-
trict and employees are provided immunity from civic or criminal
penalties for any expression made or published by students.