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The Clarendon Enterprise July 13, 2017 Power Camp Donley County 4-H member Tanner Burch (second from right) along with about 90 other 4-H youth from the Panhandle and South Plaines attended the annual Xcel Energy/4-H Power Camp at the Plains Baptist Encampment near Floydada. COU.TESY PHOTO FLOYDADA - About 90 youth energy, said Mike Grant, Xcel com- Dauer, Carson County; health and from the Panhandle and South munity service and economic devel- safety officer - Lydia Miller, Ochil- Plains districts attended the annual opment manager in Hereford. tree County; photographer - Sedona Xcel Energy/4-H Power Camp"We had a great time teachJ Bailey, Potter County; treasurer - June 30-July 2 at the Plains Baptist ing about electricity and safety, two Mallory McKinney, Potter County; Encampment near Floydada. of my favorite topics," Grant said. and two member advisers - Kaleigh Among those attending was "We had the largest group attend the Meador of Potter County and Marcee Donley County 4-H member Tanner camp in over 10 years. Cooke of Hemphil! County. Burch. "Our relationship with this District 2, South Plains area, The goal of this camp is for wonderful group allows us to reach elected officers were: president- the youth involved in Texas A&M many ofourrural areas with anelec- Kyler Hardegree, Mitchell County; AgriLife Extension Service's 4-H tric safety message that can save vice president - Rachel Graham, program to learn about leadership, lives and teach young people about Floyd County; delegate at large - electricity and team building, said electricity," he said. Quinton Linson, Gaines County; Shawnte Clawson, AgriLife Exten- Xcel named three top campers: second vice president - Bryson sion 4-H youth development special- Carter Strawn, Ochiltree County; High, Castro County; third vice ist in Amarillo. Katherine Bezner, Dallam/Hartley; president- Chandler Schulte, Castro The camp activities included and Kynzie Hardegree, Mitchell. County; secretary/treasurer - David ziplining, ropes course, kayaking, Clawson said this year's camp Burt, Lamb County; public relations nightly dances and other recreational also included the election of each officer - Kristi McAlister, Castro activities, which allowed partici- district officer team. Those elected County; and member adviser - pants to learn the basics of leader- for District 1, the Panhandle area, Carson Millican, Gaines County. ship and character development, were: president - Jenna Mayer, Clawson said 4-H and Xcel Clawson said. Potter County; vice president - Energy have collaborated for over 64 Xcel employees from Hereford, Asher Miller, Ochiltree County; years in educating youth about lead- Plaiavt~w,,.~Perryton and LubbctcL, secondvicet~sident-C~yWi~, ershipand~,ener~g]~,~.:` .~:~ . ............... tanght~:~l~6~"ai~d"ils~i~tSd'WitU the6~'' Wheel~:~.C~rnty; publ~ rela~ns '~e ~l~gr~X~:gio~4ii~F~p'r~- even't".' a'e''classic's cover e d: w"'irlhg officer '%ate 4-H c;uncil agie- gram thanks Rcel foi: their continued and electrical safety along with gate at large- Alejandro Mata, Deaf financial and educational support of energy conservation and careers in Smith County; secretary -- Ashby its programs" she said. rles Couch Stanley Joe Couch, 62, of Ama- rillo, former Clarendon resident, died on July 5, 2017. A private family burial will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the personal care of LaGrone Blackburn Shaw Funeral Directors, 8310 S. Coulter Road. Stanley was born on June 6, 1955, in Liberal, Kansas to Pete and Jo Couch. He married Kay Jordan in 1979. Stanley worked in the oil fields in the mid 1980's and later he was a volunteer fireman and para- medic at Howardwick in Clarendon. Stanley received the Medal of Honor in Firefighting. He loved to fish at Greenbelt Lake. He was preceded in death by his parents and wife. Mr. Couch is survived by his sister, Kimberley; three step chil- dren, William, Kathy and Sherry; an aunt, Frankie; four cousins, Cindy, Curtis, Doug and Rex; and numerous step grandchildren. Continued from page one. Candle. Commissioners set the first two weeks of August as the dates to clean up some illegal dumping sites with the work being funded by a grant of about $20,000. The court also approved sub- mitting a credit package to AEG Petroleum as an alternate to fuel pur- chases for county vehicles, approved making the clerk for the Pct. l&2 Justice of the Peace a full time posi- tion, and turned down a proposal for a new postage meter presented by Pitney Bowes. Under courthouse maintenance, it was reported that Randy Hughes of Mid-Continental Restoration vis- ited Clarendon and recommended a Dutchman technique to reface spall- ing sandstones on the 1890 building. He will be submitting a proposal to the county in near future Subscribe Today. I I ca. 874-2259. I 1 m 14 17 20 II 27 m 35 M 39 m 42 45 II 52 m 60 64 m 67 m m 2 3 II 28 29 I 53 54 6 22 55 47 62 __ ~--...-- 10 11 12 13 ram----1 m iiiiiiii 32 33 34 m 4__~mm IIIIII 57 58 59 63 66 69 CLUES ACROSS 1. Type of ion 41. Jewish spiritual leader 5. N' Bake 42. Oil cartel 10. At all times 43. In support of 14. __ Triad: fictional cult 44. More creepy 15. Spiked revolving disk45. Color of blood 16. 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