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The Adams County Record Thursday, April 9, 2009 Page 11 Missoula Children's 5"heatre coming to Council, New Meadows! Council will present Hansel and Gretel In 2007 MCT came to Council Elementary Sc0ol and students auditioned for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Missoula Children's Theatre is back! On Monday, April 13, auditions will be held for MissQula Children's Theatre (MCT) produc- tion of HANSEL AND GRETEL, beginning right after school at 3:20 until 5:20 pm. Those audi- tioning should arrive at Council Elementary School at 3:15 pm and plan to stay for-,the full two hours. Some of the cast members will be asked to stay for a rehearsal immediatqIy following the auditions• Approximately 50 roles are available for local students. All students in grades Kindergarten through 12th, are encouraged to audition• No advance preparation is necessary. Most stu- dents will rehearse four hours each day, Monday through Friday. The per- formances are scheduled for Saturday, April 18, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Council High School gym. For more information, call Council Elementary School at 253-4223. This production is part of Missoula Children's Theatre's unique inter- national touring project and is presented local- ly by Council's Parent/ Teacher/Student Association (PTSA). New Meadows will pres- ent Pinocchio The Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT), the nati6n's largest tour- ing children's theatre, has been touring exten- sively for 35 years now from Montana to Japan, and will visit more. than 1,200 communities this year with 36 teams of Tour Actor/Directors. A tour team arrives in a given town with a set, lights, costumes, props and make-up, everything it takes to put on a play••• except the cast. They will arrive in New Meadows on Monday Aplil 13th. The team holds an open audition and casts 50: 60 local Meadows Valley students to perform in the production• The show is rehearsed throughout the week and two pub- lic performances will be presented on Saturday, April 18 at 3 pm and again at 7 pm at the Meadows Valley gymna- sium. All are welcome, so please plan on attend- classic children's stories and fairytales.., a twist on the classic 'stories that you know and love. The Meadows Valley stu- dents will be performing Pinocchio this year. The students will have the opportunity t.o partici- pate in three enrichment workshops presented by the Tour Actor/Directors. Creativity, social skills, goal achievement, com- munication skills and self-esteem are all char- acteristics that are attained through the participation in this ing. The cost is $5 for. unique, educational proj- adults and $3 for chil- ect. MCT's mission is the dren. All MCT shows are development of lffeskills original adaptations of in children through par- ticipation in the perform- .,: ing arts. . ;,, • ,4, The Mzssoula,,, Children's .Theatre is"' based in Missoula, ] Montana, and also runs ", many local programs.i: These include musical theatre day camps and212 performing arts classes; for local children, a sum- ,% mer residency Performing ,,: Arts Camp for students; from around the world, and the MCT Community = i Theatre which creates an -2 arena for local talent of 2", all ages to participate in 2!  large-scale productions ;i and attracts audiences2 1 from western Montana.  ; be back in Council next week, performing Hansel and Gretel. MCT will also be in New Meadows, where they wilI perform Pinocchio. CHS students hone shopskills with help of local volunteers Since ea[ly January, a high school night shop classhas been held weekly for interested stu- dents• Students selected projects based on individ- ual interests and with the help of several area men have nearly completed their projects. The class will continue as long as there is interest among the students. The stu- dents have been working on a donated Suburban and are preparing it to be used on special projects and eventually will sell the vehicle to generate funds for future projects. Students have repaired the rear window, replaced the master brake cylinder and are currently bleed- ing. the brakes. Other projects include CJ Zielinski's beautiful wood bookshelf, built with help from Vern Ludwig: The students appreciate the help of Jerry, Joe, Vern and George in making this learning and a special to Paul and Pedr ." ira for d sui  a skill you w shar  with st Frar Ogden a and arrange be E zade to a prog r am fore night classes• ] I1 ...... April 1Oth I possible thanks Carrie Pedreira for donating the Sulbi- f you' have , a skill you would like to share with students, call Fran Ogden at 253-4217 arrangements can • be made to add another program for our Tuesday GREAT VALUES, WIDE SELEiON! GREAT Diem PROFESSDNAL QUALITY NAPA TOOi-S & EQUIPMENT PROOU THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE! * American Tool/Vise Grip . Ammco Brake the,and Accessori Armstrong Industrial TOOls , Balkamp(OTC, Fluke, NAPA Evercraft Hand, Air & Seice Tools) . Camll Hausfeld Air Compresso. . ChemFree/Smart Washer o Coats Tire Changers & Baiancers , DeWaR Tools & Accessories . Firepower Wetding Equipment John Bean Equipment * NAPA Air mpressors & Pressure Washers *O NAPA Profess! nal Air Ts NAPA Battery Chargers , NAPA Hand/iceTools , NAPA Liff.ing Equipment , NAPA Specialty Tools (KeTool) , NAPA Tire Hardware , NAPA Tool Storage , NAPA Welding * Posi-Lo& Pullers . SAS Safety Products * Sharpe Spray Equipment . Skye Freon Reclaime , Solar ProductCoolant Ree/drs /Booster Pacs . White A/C Equipment All Products Covered By NAPA'S NATIONAL WARRANTY PROGRAM Council Idaho J Jerk's Auto Parts 2027 HighwaY3495 208-253-42 Dylan Suttich gets help from Joe Ogden with his welding of horseshoe art. ! help from Indian Valley. The Adams County Record 100 Illinois Ave. EO. Box R Council, Id 83612 208-253-6961 record @ ctc w eb. net DON'T MISS OUT! MAKE SURE YOU GET ALL THE IMPORTANT NEWS FROM ADAMS COUNTY AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS. SUBSCRIBE TO THE RECORD In Idaho 1 Year $30 2 Year $55 3 Year $75 Out of State 1 Year $35 2 Year $65 3 Year $90