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Wednesday, June 6, 2001 of hard work as members of the Dance Team their awards brought home plaques and trophy from USA competition by Maggie Bell, and Kristen members have ing weekly re- last Septem- in the compe- "How Do You in tap dance, titled "I Hope a hip-hop dance Let the Dogs a character dance tS." over 400 entries to team entries, Melodie Stone and competed in and again with three ues and a sec- and Stone also division a third place "Keep dancing What happens," Kreins. During lights went out but her music so she kept lasted for only but it was to have thrown Seasoned profes- took note, how- was reward- Outstanding "At the awards dinner," dancers, standing Maggie Bell, Melissa Kreins, Jessica captain) and Kelli Stone. Showmanship award. Members of the Footloose Dance Team attend at least three dance classes per week. In addition to this, they turn in a practice sheet, signed by their parents, at the end of each month verifying time spent practicing at home. All members are required to maintain a "B" average in school and adhere to a strict attendance policy for team meetings, This year at the awards dinner, Bennett was elected Dance Team Captain. " The recipient of this honor is determined by a combina- tion of grades, practice sheets, attendance and a team vote. The Footloose Dance Team performed at the county pic- nic June 2, and will perform again at the Footloose Dance Studio Recital Sunday, June 10. The event is free. Photos submitted left to right: Mary McCallum, Samantha Mclntosh, Ashley Stevenson, Bennett, Courtney Wilcox. Sitting from left to right: Melodie Bennett (teem Photos submitted "How do you like me now?" dancers, clockwise from top center. Melodle Bennett, Melissa Kreins, Kelli Stone, Jessica Bennett, Samanthe Mclntosh, Courtney Wilcox, Mary McCallum and Ashley Stevenson. New exhibits have been in- stalled in the Loomis Muse- um in Lassen Volcanic Na- tional Park. This major pro- ject was initiated in 1994 shortly after the Loomis Mu- seum was reopened. Because of limited funding, this pro- ject was developed in three phases. The third and final phase entailed the construction of new exhibit casesand tile in- stallation of museum arti- facts that illustrate the story of B.F. Loomis, his family, and the many contributions he made toward the establish- ment and development of Lassen Volcanic National Park. Other exhibits highlight the lifeways of the Atsugewi, the native people of the area, and the rich volcanic geology of the park. "At last this is a first-class museum which the park and communities can be proud of," stated Superintendent Marilyn H. Parris. "This f'mal phase of the project, which cost nearly $220,000, was made possible by our free Demonstration Program," This program allows the park to retain 80 percent of entrance and campground fees for specific resource pro- tection and visitor facility projects in Lassen Volcanic National Park. "The Fee Demonstration Program has enabled us to complete the grounds restora- tion work including the de- velopment of the adjacent parking lot and bathroom near the Loomis Museum," said Parris. The Loomis Museum at Manzanita Lake is open Sat- urdays and Sundays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., through June 10 and will begin daily hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sept. 23. You may call the museum at 595-5180. For more information, con. tact the park at 595-4444 or for TDD at 595-3480, Monday through Friday, except holi- days, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p,m, O -( i~: :> . ? ii+ Photos submitted tl,tmw..e- dancers, stlr ndinl from left: Mlmd ,lt, meli ,a Kreins, Ashley Stevenson. 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