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Page i0 Wednesday, January 4, 2012 The Adams County Record Calling All Boys: Royal River Bank Restoration Rangers Starting January 1 1 th Continued from frontpage Hunter Lucas (blowing horn) and Steve Hackler at the Royal Rangers Camp near Stanley, Idaho. By GeoffCole training and equipping Hey boys, are you young men to be suc- lacking adventure in cessful in life. Royal your life? Royal Rangers, Ranger Commander an outdoor skills and Luke Riehle, Assistant life program for boys Commander Jason ages 8 years and up, Scheline, and Pastor will be meeting again Geoff Cole will be pro- weekly on Wednesday riding leadership and close supervision of all evenings beginning with an information- Ranger activities.' Safety and fun will always go al and signup meeting on January 11th, 6:30 hand in hand in all p.m. at Council Valley endeavors. Assembly Church. Parents are encour- Rangers will enjoy aged to bring their boys many exciting activities to the informational and that have been planned signup meeting, where for the coming year, they will be able to such as a Winter Camp meet with past mem- on the Salmon River, bars of Outpost Nine, Spring Camp and 25 and learn the specifics mile canoe trip, Summer of the Royal Ranger pro- Camp in Stanley, in gram. The weekly cost addition to developing for Royal Rangers is skills in shelter build- minimal and affordable. ing, primitive traps and (Photo tb' Geq'Cole) One dollar for weekly dues and a yearly ten- dollar charter fee. As a Royal Ranger your boy will grow in confidence and living skills, and be challenged to become a better son and citizen. For more information call Luke Riehle at 741- 1926, or Pastor Geoff Cole at 741-0930. Nevada Ormande shows willow plantings and boulder placement that reduce her river prop- erty erosion. Workers placed large boulders extending out from the bank, creat- ing inlets that will slow down the speed of the water to reduce the ero- sion. Next, they plant- ed willows that will grow and hold the soil in place, while cotton- woods and other species fill in and strengthen the bank. Burkhardt of Indian Valley received a 2011 Governor's Award for Excellence in Agriculture for her Environmental Stewardship. Thel ASWD Board meet- i ings, held the secondl Monday of each monthl at 203 Galena Street inl Council, are open to the public. Many free publi-i cations can be obtained' from the ASWD. Commissioners Continued from front page Archeological Study. Tourney reported that the county has received a grant the past two years and wants to con- tinue with the study in 2012. Tourney also reported on the prog- ress in restoring the Old Courthouse in Council. In an informal discus- sion after the regular meeting, Commissioner Mike Paradis discussed the Mill Creek-Council Mountain Forest Restoration Project. The County was not includ- ed in three meetings held with the Forest Service when the final options for the project were made, so the coun- ty has not had input on those changes. The', road closures planned': in the final draft were. ten times greater than l those the county had agreed to in this proj-; ect. snares, snowshoeing, swimming, fire-building, shooting, and the proper handling of knives and hatchets. Additionally, Rangers will enjoy cookouts, day trips and community service projects. Royal Rangers have been a part of the community for over twenty years, Pins & Needles Continued from front page population. "Lots of new people who have moved here are financially bet- ter off. We need to stop treating them like out- siders," he said. 'I'hey have much to offer." Business slowed down after gas prices rose, and Ken said his projects at home have piled up. The Bells want to slow down, catch up and get their garden growing again. As Ken retires from the store, he is retiring his leadership with the Chamber as well. While Bell packed up his large rollaway speak- ers and boxes of music, he reflected back to ear- lier times before moving to Council. "I used to disc jockey weddings and parties," he said. "Then it got to be more work than fun." Chamber leadership was like that too. It was a position often challenged by con- flict and controversy. Somebody in town was always angry with some- one else, often about something long in the past. "I don't know why peo- ple are still mad about old disagreements," said Bell. "Folks need to stop looking backwards, and start looking forwards. The lumber mill is gone, and it's not coming back, We need to bury the old hatchets or the town will die." 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