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10 -- BLACKFOOT VALLEY DISPATCH • Lincoln, MT • June 18, 2009 *Out and About Serving begins at 7 a.m. with biscuits and sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, juice, cof- fee or milk, and fresh fruit. Everyone is welcome; Adults, $5.00 and kids 12 and under eat for $3 50. Parade Update The Lincoln 4th of July/ Rodeo Parade will be held Sat- urday, July 4th with this year's theme Back in Tune in 2009. Highway 200 will be closed to traffic beginning at 11:00 a.m. to allow the parade to follow the route on Main St. from I st Ave. to Hooper Park. The Chamber of Commerce is ask- ing for volunteers on 4-wheel- ers to distribute cold water to awaiting traffic on both ends of town. Also, they are asking for volunteers to serve as parade marshals to keep the entries moving at a safe, consistent speed through town. All parade entries should line up on 1st Avenue by 10 a.m. Call the Chamber phone at 362-4949 or 362-4975 for more information or to register your entry for the 2009 parade. Boating Class offered in Seeley Lake FW&P will offer a boat- ing education class Tuesday evening, June 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Seeley Lake Ranger District office. The class will include an overview of boating safety, equipment requirements and the rules of safe operation. Participants must pre-register and read the boating manual prior to the class. Youth 13-14 are required by law to pass a boating class to operate a personal watercraft or boat without an adult on board. A boating certificate will be issued to those who successfully complete the class and a related test. A student must be at least 12 years of age to register for the class. A parent or guardian must ac- company students under the ageof 16. To register for the class, call 677-6804, leave a message with your name and contact information. Ballet Lessons offered Lincoln Council for the Arts will host childrens' Begin- ning Ballet lessons, ages 4-12. Lacey and Ali Ranf will teach two classes this summer from Juy 21= toAugust 20~ that will be held three days a week (Tu- Wed.-Thur). The cost is $3.00 per child/ per class or $36 for 12 classes. Ages 4-7 will be 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and ages 8-12 at 10:30 a.m. For pre-registration, please contact Lacy Ranf: at ballet41acey@ hotmail .com or call 362-3050 before July 1st. Ballet shoes are required. but ballet attire is optional. IEIClRIUIFILIOIRIAlClUlEISlSlK[UILILI IRIUIIINILIOIClAILIOIAITIHIAIE[RIIIEI I~OIRISITI~OIRIDIHIEIEIDISIPILIEIAI Earn Tiles While Playing, Spell Out the Prize You Want and WIN THAT PRIZE! , TRIP FOR TWO PACKAGE • 7 Destinations; 3 Days. 2 Nights $500 Gambling Money • COLLECTIBLE WATCH BUNDLE • • SPA BASKET • • TWO MONTANA LOTTERY PACKAGES • with $75 in Scratch Tickets • CLYDESDALE LEATHER JACKET , Limited Edition • COCA-COLA POLAR BEAR • • PRIME RIB ROAST • • ASSORTED SPIRITS TRUNK • • GOLD AND SMOKY QUARTZ • JEWELRY SET • $50 GAS CARDS • AND MUCH MORE!