Ashley Brewer won the Sublette County Historic Preservation Board’s Best Use of Local History award, and shared the Sublette County Historic Preservation Board’s Best of Show award with Calvin Makelky.
Ruby Howes, Isabella Currie, Kayli Draney, Kalli Christensen, and Jamie Nield gave a performance entitle, "Petticoat Government: The Revolutionary Women of Jackson Hole"
Man on the Moon
Pinedale Senior, Ginger Shenefelt gave a performance on the topic of "Man on the Moon: Apollo 11’/
Selena Lewis – "D-Day"
Brittney Hill did an exhibit on "Alcatraz: A Turning Point in U.S. Prisons"
by Dawn Ballou, Pinedale Online!
March 21, 2013
Students from Pinedale, Big Piney and Afton competed in the 2013 District No. 7 National History Day Competition in Pinedale on Wednesday, March 20th. The competition was held in the Sublette School District #1 BOCES building in Pinedale.
Categories for the competition were: Documentaries, Websites, Historical Papers, Exhibits, and Performances.
Every year National History Day frames students' research within a historical theme. The theme is chosen for the broad application to world, national or state history and its relevance to ancient history or to the more recent past. This year's theme is "Turning Points in History: People, Ideas, Events."
District No. 7 History Day Competition Results
March 20, 2013
1st: Zoe Noble – "Title IX: A Turning Point in Women’s History"
2nd: Britney Covill - "Splitting Atoms"
3rd: Abigail Ennis - "John Brown-The Man and Event that Changed American History"
1st: Emily Sikorski – "The United Nations: A Global Turning Point"
2nd:CylieAnn Erickson – "Stonewall: An Uprising"
1st: Ashley Brewer – "Manifest Destiny: Perspectives of the Jensen &Sommers Families Homesteading in Wyoming"
1st: BrookelySchamber – "The Genetic Revolution"
2nd: Valerie Vidal – "Title IX: Not Just Men"
3rd: Chase Anderson – "Jackie Robinson"
1st: Carly Covill and Baylee Buchanan – "A Fight for Equality"
1st: Selena Lewis – "D-Day"
2nd: Brittney Hill - "Alcatraz: A Turning Point in U.S. Prisons"
1st: Ruby Howes, Isabella Currie, Kayli Draney, Kalli Christensen, and Jamie Nield – "Petticoat Government: The Revolutionary Women of Jackson Hole"
2nd:McKenna Legerski, Jane Cloninger, and Taylor Ruckman -"1936 Olympics"
1st: Ginger Shenefelt – "Man on the Moon: Apollo 11’
1st: Micah Brown – "John Brown: Turning Point in Slavery"
1st: Calvin Makelky – "The Pivotal Point: Antietam"
2nd: Justin Lee – "The Manhattan Project"
1st: Hayden Fish and Noah Kolis – "Remembering Pearl Harbor"
Dr. David KathkaHistory Day Award: Taylor Ruckman, Jane Cloninger, McKenna Legerski Project and Ruby Howes, Isabella Currie, Kayli Draney, Kalli Christensen, and Jamie Nield Project
Sublette County Artists Guild Scholarships: Zoe Noble and Britney Covill
Sublette County Historical Society Scholarship: Justin Lee
Green River Valley Museum Scholarship: Baylee Buchanan and Carly Covill
Surveyor Scherbel Scholarship: Brookeley Schamber
Sublette County Historic Preservation Board’s Best Use of Local History: Ashley Brewer
Sublette County Historic Preservation Board’s Best of Show: Ashley Brewer and Calvin Makelky
Museum of the Mountain Man
Coordinator for the local District History Day is Ann Noble.
Wyoming History Day State Competition will be held April 15, 2013 at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.