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The Adams County Record Wednesday, March 2I, 2012 Page 11 6d; Council High School and Cooper Tires, in nominate a deserving Athletic Director and conjunction with the high school athletics boys' basketball coach, Idaho Steelheads and coach for recognition. David Howe, has Idaho Stampede. Howe was honored at a received a "Be True to The "Be True to game at Century Link Your School" award Your School" program Arena, and received from Commercial Tire allows local fans to a $1,000 donation New Meadows Senior Center from Commercial Tires and Cooper Tires that will go to the athletics department at Council High School. by Penny Dreyer 347-2363 Thanks to the generosity of the Council Valley Library and One Eye Jack's, these budding young readers will enjoy a delicious pizza to celebrate their coloring talents. As part of the Dr. Seuss celebrations last weekend the library hosted a coloring contest for grade one and two at the elementary school. Pictured here from left to right are the winners: Sidon Green, Grade Two, 2nd prize; Alden Fisher, Grade Two, 1st prize; Amy Williams, Grade One, 1st prize; and Helen Hill, Grade One, 2nd prize. Congratulations to all! Well, I have returned from a great vacation to see my family in North Carolina. The weather was between 75 and 85 degrees, wonderful sunshine and wonderful people! I was ready to come home to see my immediate family and my adoptive family (my seniors). I missed them all! Although seeing rain and then snow did not 3 years) and some insurance companies will give you a discount for taking the class. We need at least 10 people to sign up for the class in order for them to come so please call me if you are interested. Come and join us for BINGO on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The cost is 25 cents per card make me real happy, but per game, and then the I know better days are last game is $1 per card; coming! We just have it is a progressive black to be patierlt. As soon out. We play 10 games. as we start getting nicer It is a great family fun weather we are going night, and we normally to start planning some get done around 8:30 activities to do; can't p.m., so it is not too late wait! of a night for the kids. ~ ~][J)!;l~'~forlg~ ,~latL-, ~e We, have exercise are going to have an classes on Monday and you not to come! We play Pinochle on Friday at 3 p.m. Come join in on the fun. We always need more players. Our center is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. for our community to enjoyI We have dinner at 5:30 p.m. on these days, so don't miss out on a wonderfully prepared meall We have lots of games to play, puzzles to build, pocl table, TV and the coffee is always on! We would like to encourage everyone to come in to say hi and enjoy what we have to offer here ~i~. this center, it is not just for really nice bus that we take to McCall the 1st Thursday of each month. The cost is $4 and we leave at 9 a.m. We also go to Ontario the 2nd Thursday of each month, the cost is $10 and we leave at 8 p.m. This is for the whole community to take advantage of; you cannot drive to Ontario for $10 anymore! All you need to do is call me and reserve a seat on the bus! Seniors, as you may not know, you can call me any time if you need a ride to come and eat dinner here or need to go to the doctor and have no way of getting there, that is what I am here for'a:l~r tq-m j r~ ; ~3-~,~;~ i Hope everyone Together with their Saturday the 24TM families, Raeann of March, 2012 at Bourdreau and lan 2:00 PM at the Indian Moore invite you to Valley Community Hall. celebrate their marriage, Reception to follow. Council Valley Free Library Book Shelf New Books at the Council Library Adult Fiction Redwood Bend by Robyn Carr Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell AARP Driver's Defense Wednesday at 4 p.m. our seniors it is for our has a great week and Last Man Standing by Cindy Gerard .Class on April 10th from Everyone is welcome community. We need the remember 7 days Heaven's Keep by William Krueger 9 to 3 PM. The cost is to come join us. It is community to come and without prayer makes Red Knife by William Kueger ,$12 for m~mbers and very low impact exercise. support us so we can one weak! Thunder Bay by William Krueger $14 for nonmembers. Great for balance and stay open and continue Vermilion Drift by William tCrueger You can get 3 points strength building. It isto give a service to our . Private Games by James Patterson