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The Adams Sunty Record Wednesday, March 28, 2012 Page 7 Council Track 00Feam Has Hemenway Coaches Cautiously Optimistic [ 00ual00es For byDaleFisk Charter, Council, Garden open with a time of Josie Henderson and NWAACC The first track meet Valley. 23.64. Daniel Cameron Macey Henning took 5 th of the season surpassed Council placed first in placed 4 th in discus with in the sprint medley with Council's early season the 4 X 100 relay, with a throw of ll0' 4". a time of 2:17.49. goals. The 8-way a time of 46.23 seconds Other notable Head Coach Bingham meet was held at New by Tyson Ivey, Taler accomplishments: Willy said he was, "really Plymouth on March 22. Williams, Cody Shelton M a I o n e--- 3 0 0- m e t e r happy with our first In the men's and Nate Henderson. hurdles, 5 th, 51.22. meet times." "Not bad competition, the schools Placing first in shot Medley relay team of for hallway practices f'mished In this order: put was Council's Hunter Will Canfield, Corbin and below par practice Victory Charter (lSt), Lucas with a distance of Hedges, John Hulin attendance," said Marsing, Cold Valley 44" 2.5". Daniel Cameron Mick Wilson---6 'h with a distance coach, Darrin Christian, New Plymouth, placed 5thwith 40'2". time of 4:50.61 (One bad Watson. Sprinter's coach, Liberty Charter, Council, Council had three handoffcost them.) Tony Nichols said, "I'll M c C a 11 / D o n n e I I y, runners in the top six in Notable efforts from the bet some miles and good Garden Valley. the 100 open: Tyson Ivey ladies: Hannah Bryson practices under our belts Former Council/ Track. Hemenway is also In the lady's (4  12.16 seconds), Nate took 4 th in the 300 meter and we'll have a great Midvale athlete, Kyanne a member of the TVCC competition: McCall Henderson (5 m, 12.19) hurdles, as did Brittany teamF Hemenway participated Rodeo Team. Donnelly (1st), Marsing, and Cody Shelton (6 th, Armistead in the 100 They are looking in her first collegiate Kyanne is working on New Plymouth, Liberty 12.27) meter hurdles. The forward to their next track meet on Friday her AS Degree in Horse Charter, Cole Valley Tyson Ivey took 3 rd relay team of Brittany meet at Ontario on April at EOU (LaGrande). Production and made the Christian, Victory place in the 200 meter Armistead, Taylor Cole, 5. Hemenway attempted her Deans List with a 3.89 first High Jump since her GPA. Council Element00try School News injury last May at the Hemenwaystillhasthe State Track meet at Boise. same High Jump coach Kyanne easily cleared she has had since her by Bonnie Tiiompson and Jason Greenway for Marathon. Students come up with a design 1.62m on her winning first winning jump as a The Second Annual all of their efforts get- received their pledge highlighting the event- Jump and qualified Freshman: her father, Dessert Fair was a huge ting the mugs completed sheets on Thursday, instructions were sent her for the Northwest Kelly Hemenway. success. Students cre- and obtaining donations March 22, and will be home with students Athletic Association Coach Hemenway ated their own personal for the social. Thanks collecting pledges over March 23. The winning of Community was asked to join the mugs, and then were to all the students, par- spring break. Please do design will get a free Colleges (NWAACC) TVCC coaching staff as able to present them for ents, grandparents and not allow students to go T-shirt. All students who championships in May. a sprinter/relays coach a root beer float at the others who supported us door to door unsuper- raise $30.00 or more will Hemenway who won the when his daughter social. We have many by coming and a special vised. Pledge sheets are also get a free T-shirt. District IV High Jump was being recruited. "I talented artists among thanks to all the area due April 3. We will walk So KIDS - get out last season with one can't say yes until I our students. The social businesses that con- the school track at lunch there and collect your jump wasn't able to jump talk to Kyanne" was his raised $855.001 Funds tributed donations. We from April 2 to April 19. pledges and work on a competitively at the State answer. Coach K has will be used to sup- appreciate you all! In conjunction with the creative T-Shirt design meet her senior year. been Kyanne's coach port educational pro- The next big event at marathon we are having over spring breakl Hemenway won State throughout her track grams. A huge thanks the elementary will be a T-Shirt contest. Each See you April 2. and tied the 1A State career and needed to to Cheyenne Warner the Run for Fun 10 Mile student is challenged to record of 5'6" her Junior know if she was OK with year while attending the fact her Dad was also Summer Jobs for New Meadows an Council Honor High student. School as coach, going to be her College Higf School Studentst. Hemenwayalsoplaeed Ithasbeenalongand and Council third in the 200m sometimes difficult path sprint and anchored the the Hemenways have Chuckars second place had to travel, but with by Laura Pramuk, US of New Meadows Ranger for transportation to the renovation, .trail building, 4x300 relay, hard work and a positive Forest Service Public District, and one based work site. planting, archeology Kyanne is a three-sport outlook at whatever life Relations out of Council Ranger This is a great projects, fisheries and athlete at Treasure Valley has thrown at them the The Payette National District. The Council opportunity to work wildlife projects. Community College Hemenways have shown Forest is currently Ranger District crew in the outdoors. YCC Selected youth will be where she has a full ride that dreams do come accepting applications will have a start date employees will have the paid $9.74 an hour and in both Basketball and true. for the 2012 summer of June 11 and work opportunity to work on work a 40-hour week. Youth Conservation until August 3. The the Payette National Each selected applicant ' Program (YCC). New Meadows crew Forest and obtain must provide work boots, Currently enrolled will have a start date valuable experience proper work clothes, Council Valley Free Library Book Shelf high school students of June 18 and work working in the outdoors, backpack, and their from McCall, New until August 10. The Crew members will also own lunches. Applicants New Books at the Meadows, or Council, YCC program i s partially learn about natural must be prepared for Idaho arff"eligible .to fundedoythe S.W. resource management, hard hyslcal work In Council tory'"-ra apply. Appllcatiorl 'ate dahb ResourceAdvisory The emphasis will an outiloor environment available and can be. Council. Students are be on hands-on under potential adverse picked up at the high chosen by a random learning experiences weather conditions ,Adult Flctloa schools " mentioned drawing and will be through participation and rough terrain. Fair Game by Patricia Briggs or the McCall, New notified by the end of in a variety of work Applicants will need The Prostitute's Ball by Stephen Cannell Meadows and Council April if they have been projects that benefit the to provide their own Sonoma Rose by Jennifer Chiaverini Ranger Districts. selected. Both crews forest. Environmental daily transportation Crossed Arrows byTerry Grosz Applications are due work an eight-week education with Ranger to the New Meadows llood Is the Sky. by Steve Hamilton April 13, and will be program. It's important District specialists and Council Ranger /bolute Fear by Lisa Jackson collected from the high to note that YCC is a conducting in-the-field District offices. For any Storm of Swords by George R. Martin schools on that date. No "nonresidential program," learning sessions will questions on the 2011 .Ideon's Corpse by Douglas Preston late applications will be meaning participants be included as part of YCC program please U.g!l_by Scott Westerfeld accepted, reside at their homes the work experience, contact Payette National Nonfiction Two 4-person crews and commute daily to Work assignments may Forest Recreation Ruffles on My Longjohns by Isabel Edwards are sought for this the New Meadows or include campground Program Manager Jane summer, one based out Council Ranger District maintenance and Cropp at (208)634-0757. Cambridge High School Principal Notes by Angie Laker- S umme " f m, but Mink Named Campbell with a l)igger brain Distinguished lumni  Kathy Clayton- least their Junior year of will earn two college Wonderlich, U ofI high school, the Idaho engineering credits, Jodie Mink, science recognition to the College Idaho, coordinated Have you heard Junior Engineering, have a better grasp and agriculture teacher of Agriculture and Life teacher workshops about University Math and Science of basic engineering at Cambridge High Sciences. Awards are and developed natural of Idaho's summer (JEMS) Summer principles, a sharper School, was recently presented yearly, and resource and range camp for high school Workshop provides focus on what to do named the University more than one award curriculum for the Idaho students interested in an introduction to tn their college career, of Idaho's College of may be given, if deemed Rangeland Resource engineering, math and engineering through and a real connection Agriculture and Life appropriate." Commission, and is Sciences Distinguished Since receiving her currently teaching at science? It's JEMS and study of real-world with new friends. Alumni. From the original degree from the Cambridge High School. what an opportunityl problems within Please share this university's website: 'Tne University, Jodie has While teaching at I love the opening in their technical and Information with any Agricultural and Life taught for the University Cambridge High School, the JEMS brochure: It's social contexts. JEMS teachers or students Sciences Alumni Awards of Idaho through its Mrs. Mink has received summer fun, but with a students will live on to whom JEMS might recognize individuals who distance degree program numerous grants to assist bigger brain. You bring University of Idaho's be of interest. Online have brought honor and at the College of Southern in the classroom, the skills. JEMS offers beautiful campus July applications are at Jodie will travel with the challenges that will 15-27 as they attack www.uidaho.edu/engr/ her family to Moscow on hone them. two weeks of hands-on JEMS. The contact  April 23 to receive the Designed for students coursework, teamwork person is: Susan have and with (208-885- Ma;zch award, who completed at working Branting current engineering 6479; sueb@uidaho. 00peciGI[ 253-4309 Jeel3 @ student mentors, edu). Let me know if At the end of the you have any questions! program, students i Heartland Pool League 2011-2012 $3.00 Friday Special 16 OZ. fatte Cinamon Parts 1, " & t2 oz fresh Open On Saturday Served Hot, We service all makes and models Team Wins Points Iced, or Blended brewed coffee Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician Wilson I 176 1880 7:30 AM - 1 PM Mon-Fri 8AM -2 PM Sat Taylor Masonry 157 1811 Big City Selection All At One Location _ Slims Tavern 147 1798 ' = " nOi E OV Office Bar 135 1736 , I0:OO M , 01 - Ace One Eye Jacks I 122 128 1703 1712 I Cattle Sale I [ Butcher Cattle Sale Wilson III 122 1684 [[ Io:ooAM Ace II 97 1594 ,  Phone (208)549-3310- Tol=i= =Fr;e i8();7 Wilson II 68 1477 x  MKJ ..Lti II Pigs, sheep, d goats 658-5080 James Daniels was top shooter with 54 wins and 492 points.  602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 "!I1"" ,:)o, (',,,,,,,-,.,,. ,,i.,,,, www hometownmotors com Ken Mohler was 2 "d shooter with 46 wins & 1 | ')8-45!}L74i5 1oll l'h,, I-W}-SS-449 "'''''"---''---------------------'------- 478 points