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The Adams County Record Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Page 5 OU Dear Editor, rest of the department would Thanks to everyone who like to thank the community contributed to the Friendsof Council for showing of the Council Valley Library support and coming to the rummage sale on April 7th.2nd Annual Fireman's Ball We appreciate all the donated on Saturday, April 14. The items and baked goods, andFiremen's Ball was a huge everyone who showed up to success because of the shop. All of the money we generosity of our wonderful made will go towards library community. The Council materials and programs.Volunteer Fire Department Thank you! would like to thank all of Linda Barrett for Friends of generous donors for all of the the Council Valley Library door prizes and awesome gift all of their organization and Council Trading Post (Skip their hard work in making the & Tony Burnett), Browns 2nd Annual Firemen's Ball a Mountain Recycling (Bill success. Brown), ]ulie Wilson, Mike Council Volunteer Fire Getusky, Butch Snorgrass Department Cuddy Mt. Water, Traci Simpson, Mahon Logging, Larry Pinkal, ]enni Ritch, Kevin Madsen, Katrece Dear Editor, Adkisson, Janet Meyer, The Fireman's Ball Bryson Family, Mountains committee would like to West Dental Clinic, Council thank the following people Floral and Garden, The and businesses for theirSalmon River Girls, Adams baskets and auction itemsgenerous donations to theCounty Record, Council r,~ to help raise monies for the event. You are very much Coffee Company, Branding burn out fund. The Fire appreciated! Iron Steakhouse, Tater Tots Dear Edito Department would like to give Margarete Schwall, Jeff & Daycare, Council Forest Shawn Stanford, the a special thank you to Susan Brenda Howard, B & E Outlet, Service, Amerititle, Power Council Volunteer Fire Korte, ]ulie Wilson, Deborah Ryan Hatfield, Robin, Council Tools and Toys. Department's Chief, and the Wilson, and Linda Rogers for Mtn Music Festival, The ee FROM IDAHO POWER operations end. Engineers determines thethat empty into the Snake Ongoing flood control Woodhead's boat ramp water levels that must be River upstream of Brownlee measures will require Idaho was the only public ramp maintained to accommodate are at or near their historical Power to lower Brownlee's still in the water. It's at 2,024 spring inflows and limit the averages, and reservoirs in water level below the only feet above sea level. As of risk of downstream flooding, the Upper Snake are well currently usable boat ramp, at Thursday, April 12, Brownlee's The Corps of Engineers above their normal levels for Woodhead Park, next week. elevation was 2,028 feet, but it will determine when Idaho this time of year. The weekend of April was expected to be at 2,024.8 Power can allow Brownlee to Updated reservoir levels 14 was likely be the last feet by that Sunday and drop refill, based on spring runoff and river flow information opportunity for boaters to even further the next week. conditions, can be found at http:// use the ramp at Woodhead Idaho Power owns and Although overall snowpack w w w. i d a h o p o w e r. c o m / Park on Brownlee Reservoir operates Brownlee Reservoir, in the region is below last ourenvironment. until spring flood-control but the U.S. Army Corps of year's levels, most drainages .e S S The approach of spring battle against noxious and help in that effort," Batt added, that noxious weeds are to be is welcomed by Idahoans invasive weeds is the IdahoCompounding Idaho's controlled both on public and anxious to get out to gardens, Weed Awareness Campaign's on-going battle against private land by the individual, recreational activities and Virtual Interactive noxious weeds, the toughcompany or agency that owns other outdoor interests. But Website. The site - www.economic times have resulted the land, it also signals the renewal idahoweedawareness.com- in fewer dollars to commit Many noxious weeds have of Idaho's on-going battle contains over 100 hours to the fight against noxious had decades of proliferation against 64 species of noxious, of information includingand invasive weeds. Thatand could have easily been invasive weeds, descriptions and pictures of means county, state, anderadicated when first "An estimated 8 million Idaho's noxious weeds, plus federal governments mustdetected. For example, in acres of Idaho lands have information about control increasingly rely on individual 1963, one rangeland weed, already been severely infested and management of these landowners, recreationalists Rush skeletonweed, occupied by noxious weeds and that invaders across numerous and other citizens to do their approximately 40 acres near directly impacts our state's landscapes, part in stemming the tide of Banks, Idaho. Today, it is lands to the tune of $300 "Experience tells us that it increasing weed infestations, found across 4 million acres million per year. That's is much easier to destroy a Batt noted, and continues to spread by why it is so important that noxious weed infestation It's also important for seed and the wind. citizens and landowners are when you can identify thelandowners to take action For more information about prepared to take action as weed and apply control against noxious weeds onIdaho's noxious weeds and soon as these noxious weeds measures when it first their property. Many people how to get rid of them visit begin to emerge in the spring7 appears. The Idaho Weed mistakenly believe that it is our should visit our Website advised Roger Batt, Statewide Awareness Campaign's the county's responsibility at: www.idahoweedawareness. Coordinator of the Idaho Website under "Weed to control noxious weeds,com. Weed Awareness Campaign. Control" provides crucialHowever, Idaho's noxious A valuable asset in the information that can really weed law actually requires Parks & Rec Board Meeting First Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at City Hall. Adams County Search & Rescue North -- First Thursday of each month at 7 pm at the MV Emergency Services Building South -- First Monday of each month at 7 pm at the Adams County Courthouse The American Legion Meets the first Thursday of every month at the American Legion Hall at 7:30 pm. Council School Board Second Monday of every month at 6 the Council High School Library. pm at Adams Soil & Water Conservation Dist Second Monday of the month 7:30 pm at the Adams County Extension Office. Adams Coop. Weed Management Area Second Tuesday of each month at 3 pm at the Adams County Weed Control building. For'info call 253-4669. Adams Co. Sheriff Reserve Officers Meeting the second Wednesday at 7 pm in the Adams County Courthouse Council Valley Free Library Board Second Wednesday at 4 pm in the library. Indian Valley Fire Department Second Thursday at 7 pm in the Indian Val- ley Fire Hall Alcoholics Anonymous NewMeadows -- Every Friday at 6:30 pm in the United Methodist Church. Council -- Every Mon. & Wed. at 8 pm in the Council Valley Free Library. Natural Resource Committee Fourth Monday at 7 pm in the Adams Coun- ty Courtroom. Government New Meadows City Council second Monday of every month at 7 pm at New Meadows City Hall. Council City Council Second Tuesday of every month at at Council City Hall. 7:30 pm Adams County Commissioners Second, Third & Fourth Mondays at 9:00 am in the Commissioners Room, County Court- house Community ,s St. k,'s tholc Gmreh Church ofJem Ctaltt 1st Lmhem Glmrch off Czmci New Head0 Highway 95, Council off Latter Day Silts St Judes' on Hwy 95 253-4486 Llnlted Meltmdht Glnm~h 1st & 3rd Sundays 3:30 pmS Fairfield, Council 253-4330 Communion 2nd & 4th Sundays210 N. Heighho 347-2427 Friday Mass - noon. Bishop: Douglas Linford Worship Service Sunday 5:00 p.m. amrch of the Nmanme Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Wednesday 7:00 p.m. 102 S. Exeter 208-566-4264 Cmmci ~ OaerJh ~ C.onmam~ llmlah Pastor]ohn Schaffer 190 4th Ave. 253-6923 105 California Ave.. 253-6461 Discipleship 10 a.m. Interim Pastor Roger Hayden Co-Pastors: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship Services at 7:00 p.m. Wayne Freedman & Les Sheneberger Sunday Fellowship 12:00 p.m. Home off Prayer Morning Worship 10 a.m. Children's Church 11:15 a.m. Meets at 340 Commercial Street, Wed. Bible Studies 5:30 & 7:30 pm VaBe/C~ (~tma'! Weiser, Idaho Mon. Women's Bible Study 7 pm Pastor Brian Gladhart 355-2020 208-318-8660 or 208-549-0669 Fri. Men's Breakfast Bible Study 7 am Assoc. Pastor Isaac Ward 257-3812 Pastors Stephen and Debbie Blount FanlBes For Christ Clutttlm Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 AM Fe~ Worship Service 11:15 a.m. Services 10:30 AM & 6:30 P.M Basement of Tater Tots Daycare Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m.Bible Study Thursday 7:00 PM 208-741-0410 Pastor: Jon Sorg Services Sunday 11:00 a.m. www.newmeadowsumc.org Pastor Andy Satta Morning Worship 10:30 a.m Children's Church held during worship cama vak Jumr of aod 253-6430 Pastor: Geoff Cole Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Power & Light Company Tue. 7 p.m. Bible Study Thurs. 7 p.m. ~q (