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l " 3B The Cuba Lifestyle Hay 6, 2004 ,  __ SS cal dancers bring home trophies tC May 1 & 2, dancers]clLsas, Dance Exprf::m aThdYf:::erthnthdeit?poJ:dpg:2 the Rainbows Dance - tition in St. Louis. 5 pyoung ladies are from h Cuba, Bourbon and lurc . .:'(e They did a great job! , compete and continue  growth of the love of oung ladies, ages 7-11, /d in the 9-10 year old -Ballet Category. They ed a ballet routine to God Made You". "These :  young dancers i: ]t home a second place irnunlll. _ . " 1 trophy ! J second group of dancers the 13-14 category. routine entitled "Hey Ladies". They brought home a high- Second Trophy! Again, their first year in competing! The third group from Dance Express was a trio in the 15-16 year old category. They com- peted with their Tap routine-- "They Don't Really Care About Us". They brought home a high second trophy as well. All these routines where choegraphed by Mrs. Lisa Baumbach, owner of Miss Lisa's Dance Express in Cuba. Dance Express as well as the parents are very proud of each of these young ladies. It took a lot of dedication, determination, practices, ener- gy and courage to take the stage among such a talented Standing, Morgen Reed, Whitney Waller, Megan Fester, Jessica Martin. Kneeling, Melissa Albright. pool of dancers. For our first year, they rocked the house. Congrats to each and everyone of these fine young ladies For more info on summer/fall classes- dance, poms and acro/tumbling, call Savat, Erin and leave a message at 885- 2630. Classes forming now! To see these talented girls in action, they will be entertain- ing the community on May 22nd, at the UMR-Leach Theatre with their "Broadway Beach Spring Recital". MAKING YOUR DREAMS A REALITY SINCE 1972 PATRIOT HOMES MODEL HOME CENTER "A Home For Every Budget" "Look for the big Patriot Homes sign in the .ky'" 573-265-3030 13629 Old Hwy. 66, St. James * (N. Outer Rd. Between St. James & Flolla) HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8 a n1.-5:30 p.m. * Sat. 10 a m.-4 p.m. = Sun by Appt Only 00:00wford Electric names ' .... i Jl i i 4 Youth Tour winners Navy Seaman Apprentice exercise gives recruits the Metro changes lives. How is yours? c[:h00=mntel=ro business (oilee "A small college can make a BIG difference" www.metrobusinesscollege.edu 1202 E. Hwy. 72 1-573-364-8464 Rolla, MO 65401 cfp/ss 5/6 1-800-978-7705 N.R.A. Certified Instructors Holding Classes For Missouri Right To Carrg Concealed Weapon Certificate Of Qualification There will be two N.R.A. Certified Instructors with each class. Newly constructed pistol range, firing line under roof. Newly constructed indoor class room, with clean toilet facilities, all located in the Cuba area. Holding classes every Saturday rain or shine. Classes will start at 7:00 each Saturday morning. Free coffee and donuts in the classroom. Call to register for class date instructions and directions. $73-701-2914 or $73-885-2949 cfp 5/6.13 Today's Health T,ps from left to right, Hillary Hull, Sarah Griffith, Tara Devan Brewer, Maddi Brown, Mariah Zeiss, Baily Kaitlyn Bolden, Raquel Hull and Alexa Rogers. Melissa Albright, Kyle Brandenburg, and Morgen Reed. John'W. Hewkin R.Ph AmY MedoWS, R.Ph ' DIVERTICULOSIS e 40 however 2 out ot 3 do S  ....... diVe   05' S bY ao .... e w a o  t he go 0 ervlce News so by age 60: ,, --":,-training to expet hard ^,e is forced intO the pou[. ,.aused by repeaeu . _ --ve sluggishtY and =y-"o -=sseS a day) pus au= . .. ^t the intestlne ,,,u . = Plenty o| |lulo o U, . .... *he cOOn ano comeT= " . _^,a and intecteu. - ",l " /axat yes itrttat ^s to become PtUg9  --,- comp icaton=. - ,'*,er diet usualty preWm.= Kevin E. Perry, son of Donna "skills and confidence they need quake ' ..... d for diverticulOsls. are nOI auw High School junior mont. L. Perry of Cuba, Me., recently to succeed in the fleet. "Battle Fast, prolessionat IWitzer was named as a The winners wei-e chosen completed U.S. Navy basic Stations is designed to galva- Prescription Service :Winner of a trip to based on their essays and oral training at Recruit Training nize the basic warrior attrib- 0t FREE DELIVERY Command, Great Lakes, Ill. utes of sacrifice, dedication, pHONE: 885-3318 igton, D.C., for this presentations on the topic During the eight-week pro- teamwork and endurance in Youth Tour. Bourbon "Crawford Electric Coopera- 304 Theresa St., Cuba, MO 8chool junior Kelsey tive, Inc. ' Past, Present and gram, Perry completed a vari- each reci'uit through the prac-  Ugh is also a winner. Future." A panel of three ety of training which included tical application of basic Navy Youth Tour allows young judges chose a winner from classroom study and practical skills and the core values of  I, to experience our each participating high school, instruction on naval customs, Honor, Courage and  Capital. One delegate The 2004 Crawford Electric first aid, firefighting, water Commitment. Its distinctly ach participating high Youth Tour winnersareasfol- safety and survival, and ship-"Navy flavor was designed to iht" ")h Wy (T)o  C"e! ia the Crawford Electric lows: Bourbon High School: board and aircrai safety. An take into account what it Kelsey Turnbough; Cuba emphasis was also placed on means to be a Sailor. High School: James Switzer; physical fitness. Perry is a 2003 graduate of Owensville High School: The capstone event of boot Crawford County Regional 2 Whether you participate in person or in spirit, here's your Kayla Brown; St. Clair High camp is "Battle Stations". This High School of Cuba, Me. chance to suport the Crawford County Relay for Life and the School: Jamie Rice; ............ ,.,- 1{ .,-  American Cancer Society's fight against Steelville High School: /I] ....... ,.,-z////i/ll/ ,( I cancer. Keep the fire of hope burning by Christine Thompson; Sullivan Sell it fast in the RELAY purchasing a luminaria candle in memo- High School: Kayla Braun; FOR LIFE ry of someone lost to cancer, in honor of and Union High Schooh  (FP Classifieds! .4. / someone still fighting, or in special M ichelle Pehle. [--/ .............. 77-/Z7/-//////////////////////,----- ;"///  recognition of someone who has beaten this dreaded disease. Each luminaria is a donation of $5 Complete the form below and return to ,. area will become part of Souri Delegation and er 1,000 young people oss the United States ' unique guided and aed trip. h dents will six spend '[.q June visiting, sites of , al'interest and learning [the workings of govern- /hen the family down the street needed new roof over their heads, they found Call your agent today to see if a equity loan makes sense for you. rew r helter. Ioe i LaDel J. Stogsdill  Agent 108 DOWNEY PLACE CUBA, MO 65453-1640 BUS: 573-885-2575 ! !slogsdill@agent.shehrlnsurance.com ;,t'helterbank com Jt 800-251-7115 Colurnba MO 55218-0001 Member FDIC r Melba Swope. For more information, you can contact Melba   Swope at 573-885-0173. Name y,  :! Address "A Progressive Dinner" c,ty StateZip ..... Daytime phone ( ) i Tuesday, May 18th, 2004 Luminaria Service / .,LeaVe from Meramec Music Theatre at 6 PM  ( ', Friday Evening - June 11 - 9:00 p.m. All Proceeds Will Benefit The Steelville Area Chamber of Commerce (; in Honor Of In Memory Of In Honor Of __c_ln Memory Of __In Honor Of in Memory Of /0  7/te ,/? a. __In Honor Of In Memo Of ./., In Honor Of In Memory Of ln Honor Of In Memory Of 7//,  _Lo4, ,/////,d, cb '7 TOTAL ENCLOSED $ Cost: $20.00 per person Please make checks payable to the American Cancer .411 tickets must be purchased in advance by May 15th. Society. Mail completed form along with your donation to Tickets can be purchased at Steeiville Telephone, First Community National Bank (Steelville & Cuba), Melba Swops Peoples Bank (Steelville & Cuba) and the Chamber Office 2870 Hwy P., Cuba, MO 65453 Advertising Provided by First Community National Bank t /6 , I