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Posted: Friday, Jan 18th, 2013

Allyson Tonga had the chance to drive a dogsled with help from Phillip McEwen during Wednesday’s AR party.

Laura Beck traveled to Tennessee for a visit with her daughter, MarKell and husband Clay Stafford and their 6 children from Dec. 7-22. Clay is currently in Medical School there. On Dec. 22 they all drove to Orlando, Fla., where they met up with Steve and their youngest son, Keith who flew in on Dec. 24. They all enjoyed a week at Disney World in warmer temperatures.

Fred and Kara Titensor and family were weekend visitors at the home of Gordon and Danalee Thornock.

Tessa Teichert and Jace Petersen will represent Cokeville High School at the All State Music Festival in Gillette from Jan. 21-23. Tessa is a senior at Cokeville High School and the daughter of Briant and Clyda Teichert. She will be in the band playing her trumpet. Jace is a sophomore at Cokeville High School and the son of Stewart and Chemene Petersen. He will be in the choir singing bass. Both were recognized at the School Board Meeting in Cokeville on Thursday, Jan. 10. Congratulations!!

Max and Glenda Excell were in Cokeville on Saturday to cheer on their grandsons, the Jackman boys on the basketball court.

Katelyn Teichert, daughter of Matthew and Chris Teichert and the Late Jan Teichert, has received a call to serve in the Nicaragua Managua North Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Footworks Dance presented their Holiday Dance Recital on Monday, Jan. 7, to a full house. Family and friends were there to applaud each dancer. Special thanks to Tanya Hatch, Holli Murdock, Jenny Barnes and Tara for all their efforts.

Cokeville Elementary held its January AR party on Wednesday. This year the theme is all about sled dog racing. As a special treat, Michael and Phillip McEwen of Soda Springs, Idaho, brought several of their dogs and sleds to show the students how the sport works. Students learned about the dogs and how they are trained, as well as the equipment needed to compete. Two students from each grade were selected to drive the dog sled while their classmates cheered them on. Special thanks to Michael and Phillip for this great opportunity for students at Cokeville Elementary.

The Cokeville 2nd Ward Young Women held their New Beginnings program on Tuesday, Jan. 8. “Making Personal Progress a Pattern for Your Life” was the theme. New Beehives introduced included Leona Teichert, Kensie McPhee and Emma Tonga.

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