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Page 6 Indian Valley & Mesa News Jigs on Ice Doris Baker was a busy lady on Friday. She had an interesting conversation while getting her hair done at Party's in Council. She heard Patty mention Bonner and Jordan to another customer and soon discovered that it was my daughter, Heather. Doris hadn't seen Heather since Heather was a little girl up visiting her grandparents! After her hair appointment, Doris was off to visit with Bob. and Lucy Wilson in Council, then out to visit Lanae Veselka in Indian Valley. She was hoping to visit with Alyce Green, but discovered that Alyce wouldn't be home until that evening. Sunday, daughter, Judy Van Komen of McCall, stopped in to visit morn and dad which was a pleasant surprise. I heard from Martha Wednesday, March 7, 2012 Nc)t Recommended Ball that Pat and Mike were down visiting Pat's brother, Jim Ball, at St. Luke's hospital in Boise on Monday. Jim, a former resident of Mesa and alumni of both Council and Cambridge schools, is remembered by many and the family could use some prayers for healing at this time. Bey Galloway was off to Fruitland for a doctor appointment on Wednesday. Larry Boehm went down to visit with Alyce Green on Saturday morning. Sunday, they headed down to Boise to listen to the European travel guru, Rick Steves, at the Egyptian Theater. Rick Steves is a leading author on European travel and presented a wonderful and very interesting show. Bey left with a CD of his travels. I owe Jill Doughton an apology as I mistakenly Community_ Spotlight The Adams County Record By Lynn Leatherman 739-5756 said in an earlier column that she had candY on sale at Kay Van Order's in Cambridge. The candy is actually on sale at Kay York's gallery. But, people have been finding it, and Jill has been busy making more candy out in her wonderfully sweet workshop. I'm also sending some get well wishes to their little Katy dog, whom was on her way to the vet on Monday afternoon. Jim and Patty Shaw are enjoying the warmer weather that came over the weekend. Jim has been moving a bit slow after trying to dance a jig on a patch of ice out by the garage. I hope you feel better soon. Dave and Cathy Veselka enjoyed having daughter, Julie home for the weekend. Julie came from Nampa where she is student teaching on Friday evening and returned home on Sunday. Tom and Judy Green are glad to be back from their lengthy vacation in Arizona, but are now busy unpacking the boxes they sent home. They had dentist appointments on Wednesday in Weiser, and then Judy and William played cards that evening at the fire hall. They enjoyed having a granddaughter spend the night on Thursday. Tammy Evans enjoyed going to her son, DJ's thirtieth birthday party on Saturday. She traveled down to Meridian on Friday evening and joined the family on Saturday for the evening. She ordered DJ a special "hamburger and French fry" cake from Fred Meyers, which meant that everyone had a piece of cake they enjoyed, as the cake was made from several different types of cake. Mary Rininger is happy to see that after a physical therapy appointment in Council for Jenny; her granddaughter is finally feeling some relief from the pain she has been suffering in her legs. It turns out, the problem was actually more with her back, and they are both thankful for the wonderful care Jenny received at Adams County Health Clinic. Mary enjoyed being out with her friends at the Friday Knit-Wits meeting. Oh, and for Jenny, your grandma is usually right about everything, especially the important issues in your life, but I will let you in on a secret. When it came to Ella Mac Morse, you were actually right this one time! Craig and Ardis Boll enjoyed a weekend visiting with Chal and Harden in Moscow. They traveled up Friday and returned home Sunday. Saturday, they all went on to Coeur d'Alene to join the retirement celebration for a fellow ISP officer that Craig worked with in his early years on the force. Craig was able to spend time with Meagan in Boise earlier in the week. Ardis is busy with her boys' basketball team and enjoying the games they are now being able to play. Celestino and Robin Juice enjoyed being sun worshipers over the weekend as they stayed busy out fixing fences. They are hoping each weekend will be just like this last one as we go through March. Ron and Janet Meyer enjoyed spending Friday night down in Boise with Janet's mom, Libby Squires. When they returned home they were surprised by having their son, Charlie, waiting at the house, and enjoyed his company equally as well. All in all, it made for a lovely weekend. Les Sheneberger, a Minister of Warmth and Hope by Deb Wilson newspaper; it's a busy World. Les honors his and Social Studies to the elplessness in branding and the art of For 41/2 years Pastor enough life. He still brave family heritage. Secondary Education. 2000 of being 4 hours artificial insemination of Les Sheneberger has makes time to minister Cross country track, But he felt drawn back to away from Amy when sheep. ministered service, on Facebook, and even volleyball, swimming, Camping Ministry. "The she started premature A giveaway puppy at guidance and support taught some girls' tennis, drama and music responsibility helped labor in her 7th month the music festival 3 years to area residents, volleyball, filled Les' early years in me learn my gifts-- of pregnancy. Her ago wriggled his way Sometimes his favorite He pondered the California. He almost developing activities and sonogram had forecast into their hearts. Now ministry involves walking difficulties of being in drowned during a storm, materials, helping the terriblepossibilities that 70 pounds later, Banjo down the street, saying the public eye. "I've had and vividly remembered counselors and children, something was wrong keeps playful vigil over hello and sharing life's to learn to develop a how his mother had being humorous," he with their son. the family. "He helped issues with those he thick skin. People can be already lost a brother said. "I'm not the guy Tiny and frail, baby prepare us for the kids," meets. "I like studying critical, and can transfer to drowning. "I made a who can take a car John couldn't breathe laughed Les. how Jesus ministered," their own anger toward promise then. Lord save engine apart and put it on his own. A form of April, 2010 changed he explained. Les doesn't you. I've had to learn not me and I'll serve you back together." muscular dystrophy everything. The arrival get preachy or pushy; he to take it personally." the rest of my life," he Most importantly, he destroyed his muscles of their three adoptive listens and shares. His The youngest of 6 disclosed. It's a promise fell in love with Amy, a and any hope of survival, children- -James, Taylor warm smile and easy children, he's For 11 days heclung and Lexi-- brought manner exude welcome; grateful for the to life, giving his thrilling challenges and his faith comforts like a lessons he's family time to hold activities. "Everyone's fresh breeze. A soothing learned from his him and confront his been so good about giving peacefulness lingers family. United loss. "For months we the kids welcome and several minutes after he in faith, they wandered in a fog," support," he said. "They leaves a room. raised him with grieved Les. With are a top priority., ' How he keeps such  an appreciati(n their family and their With an inqisitlVe calmness is a wonder, for music and faith they slowly mind, James, 13, stays "I couldn't do it without his Christian made it through, active in 4H, Royal my wife, Amy," he said. heritage. "But we Sometimes the Rangers and basketball. "We complement each had a lot of fun sadness still grips Taylor, 7, the extrovert, other." Amy helps with too. With three them. plays teacher and loves many projects, and plays boys and three After Seminary singing like her dad. Six- the church piano. They're girls, sometimes school and a year-old Lexi is slowly raising three adopted we mimicked the ministerial beginning bing coaxed out of her children together. Brady Bunch," he in a difficult small shell. Two years in a Nothing stays routine laughed, town situation, Les loving home is quite a in a pastor's life. Les sees His dad and and Amy decided to transition for them. his position as a "servant mom hailed from join his family in the Becoming parents leader" and a "shepherd." farm families Boise area. Working has enriched Les and "It's like being a teacher in Washington as a manager for Amy's experience and too," he smiled. Except and Illinois Walmart, he heard compassion. Now they that there are no respectively, but built he's kept in everything camp counselor. Amy that Wayne Freedman lead young families in summers off. a life for their family he's done. had grown up in New needed a second pastor at Wednesday night family He might be cooking a outside of Los Angeles. "One day soaking up London, Minnesota, a the Council Community studies, which included church breakfast at 6:00 Dad helped make films the California sun, the town the size of Council. Church, and excitedly last fall's successful a.m., driving to comfort for the Moody Institute of next freezing at -30, " They married in June, accepted the position, series, How to Bring Up a Boise hospital patient, Science there, including he recalled of his move 1998, at the camp "It reminds me of Girls. "We're on a journey organizing aid to a family the first publicly shown to Bethel University in chapel, the apostles going out together," he shared.. in crisis, leading a men's film of going inside the Minnesota. He spent a One summer while two by two, sharing Someday he hopes his group in Bible study, or human heart, sophomore semester he supervised 120 kids the burdens," said Les. journey will include a counseling a late night His mother's abroad in Germany, at church camp in the "It's really neat to have foreign mission, like his phone.caller. He prepares ancestors had fled where Sheneberger mountains, earthquakes Wayne as a mentor and a best friend in Jordan. the church bulletins, France's persecution of means "beautiful and aftershocks rumbled partner:" He'd like to compete leads various weekly Protestants in the late mountain." the ground everyday Les immerses himself again in the National studies, and administers 1600s, losing everything He worked at a all summer. "It was in the culture here, Whistling Contest. But Sunday services. Guitar but the family Bible Christian children's such a helpless feeling, and loves the outdoor for now life remains very practice for the church smuggled out in a loaf camp through the Natural disasters make activities, including full in the CounciI Valley. music, calling occasional of bread, helping to summers, and graduated you realize you're pretty affordable golf. His friend Bingo at the senior establish Paradise, with degrees in small." Rich Parker takes him center, writing for the Pennsylvania in the New International Relations But nothing compared hunting. He's learned Bear Facts by Tina Warner Grand Party at Tina's 258-4471 Karen Pack was her son, Tejo, arrived home but hasn't done in Boise where she had 88th birthday at her lost count but there were taken from Cuprum by Saturday to be with her. any dancing lately. She an appointment with her home Saturday. The over 30 for lunch. Dan ambulance last Friday. Sarah Stewart had will be in the brace until doctor. She is scheduled only stipulation was and Sauni McGahey, Her oldest daughter, knee surgery in Weiser her next visit with her for back surgery soon, that there were to be Tina's nephew and wife, Thersa O'Conner, and last week. She is at doctor in Weiser. Sunday and will stay in Boise NO gifts and NO food were there as well. The she entertained her until the doctor releases and she would feed day was busy with lots grandmother, Connie her to come home. Dan them all at her house at of visiting, picture taking ,  g%-( -, .... .... Mocaby, plus Sherril will stay with her there. Bear. So Saturday they and reminiscing. All of Riggin and Rosell and Tina Warner invited arrived from Lewiston, her children attended Kenna McKinsey. all of her children, Mt. Home, Elgin, OR, grade school in Bear with 15 -7Lw AnnualBullSale Sauni McGahey is grandchildren and New Plymouth, Payette, their mother teaching. home after a week's stay great-grands to her Council, and Bear. There Most of last week snow Thursday March 15th, 2012 were her four children built up, but Sunday and their spouses, eight the sun came out and Vale, Oregon grandchildren and their looked like spring might spouses and a whole lot finally be on the way. Selling over of great-grandkids from There is about two feet John Hulin down to Eva of snow here. 200 head of The Dog Park Warner. 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