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:1t , ra - May 16, 2012 VOUR COMhlUNITV Page9 Takarah Robinson, right, Kyler Gaskey and an unidentified competi- Photos by Christy Keeney tor, left, slide over a soap-covered plastic sheet during the obstacle Rachel Adams, top, and Kourtney course, event. Dixon battle it out in the gelatin pit. May Week 2012 fun and games Pho[o by Scott Swanson Sisters Natalie, left, and Taylor Thorpedance their way to the Talent Show championship Monday night. Photo by Scott Swanson May Week Queen Kristen Tolle "knights" her parents, Dave and Joan Tolle, during the Friday assembly, following her crowning, . Photo by Scott Swanson Senior class members, above, crowd into the half-court circle in the Main Gym during a competition in which the goal was to jam as many people as possible into the circle. They won the event and the overall points race. At right, freshmen, from left, Eric Burks, Brett Blatchly, Jordan Miller and Eric Flierl exchange places during the chariot race relay, as rider Megan Espinosa, center, keeps her head down. For more photos of the May Week activities, see the 2012 May Week Photo Gallery at sweethomenews.com. Photos by Chris Pinto Fire on Tamarack Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District firefighters, left, re- sponded Thursday afternoon, May 10, to a fire in the rear portion of a home at 1860 Tamarack St. According to a SHFAD report, the call came in at 5:10 p.m. Batallion Chief Guy Smith said in the report that the back of the rental home, an add-on, was heavily involved when frefighters arrived. The blaze was ex- tinguished by 5:40 p.m. Smith said the cause appeared to be an electrical heater that had been placed on a couch. Tenant Jamey Frederick. speaking to firefighters above, who lived in the home with her three boys, was at home when the call came. Damage, primarily to the kitchen and rear entry mud room, was estimated at $40,000. A Help the Fredericks Facebook page has been es- tablished to provide information on how to aid the family. the art of marr;age getting God's - ]g design