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The Adams County Record Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Page 9 Indian Valley & Mesa News Fish Times Three By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 Doris Baker made a trip to Nampa on "l'hursday with daughter Judy VanKomen for a chiropractor appointment. At home over the weekend, Bob took to playing out in the sprinklers, but it wasn't for fun, as the couple discovered a broken sprinkler pipe in their lawn system. They enjoyed a nice visit from grandson, Thron VanKomen, his wife, Heather and their two boys, Tristan and Dion, who stopped in on Sunday afternoon. The Ball family attended the services for Pat's brother, Jim Ball, on Wednesday and Thursday this past week. Pat's twin sister, Sister Bernette, came from Pennsylvania, and another sister, Irene, from California, came home to Mesa with the family for the weekend. Another sister, Rose Maloney, and her son Bill, stopped in on their way home to Montana. Son Shawn, and family, helped with branding over the weekend. They took their aunts to the airport at weekend's end. Wanna Belle Coriell was playing a new game of "Are You My Mother?" over the weekend with two young calves. The pair decided for some reason she looked friendlier than the mother cow, well that is 'till she put the dogs in between them and her after taking them on a long walk back to the fields. Wanna Belle also stayed busy cooking for her family of cowboys who were up working the cattle. Prayers go out to Lavonne Conner and her family this week who received word on Friday. that her oldest brother, Ron of Enumclaw, WA had passed away. Jim still had the fish fry to put on that afternoon, so with a hug for his wife, he headed to Midvale where he was happy to report that the VFW put on a most successful fish fry. Don and Jackie Dowdy have been busy enjoying the beautiful weather by working on projects around the homestead. ]ackie is looking forward to a trip with her Knit- Wit group on Friday, so wants to make sure all the chores are done by then! Jim and Patty Shaw enjoyed fish times three this weekend. They attended the VFW fish fry in Midvale, then lunch at Lakey's Caf6 on Saturday, and finally the X-Club benefit in Council on Sunday. Monday, Jimmy took advantage of the nice weather and made a run to the dump and worked on fixing a broken spot in the fence. Coming home on Tuesday from daughter, Cinamon's, home in Caldwell, Judy Green stopped in Weiser to watch another granddaughter at a track meet. Friday, Judy met up with Cinamon in Ontario for a shopping trip. Tom and Judy enjoyed a trip up to the mountain homestead and worked at clearing some fallen trees from the road and unplugging a spring pipeline on Monday morning. Connie Hornyak turned a one-night trip to Boise to see her niece, Debra Johnston, into a four- day trip, but had lots of fun. She visited with daughter, Shannon White, her sister, Val House, and good friend, Nancy Taylor, while there. The dogs had a great time with her grandsons while staying at daughter, Tammy's, home in Caldwell. Mary Rininger had a great week as granddaughter, Jenny, found her perfect prom dress all on her own, which meant Grandma didn't have to go shopping. Now, Mary is all excited and has her "Knit-Wit" field trip permission slip signed, and is just waiting for the "Haberle Bus" to pick her up so she can join the girls on their big excursion. Celestino and Robin Juica have been busy playing cowboy and cowgirl this past weekend. They have branded and vaccinated all their cattle. Robin spent part of Sunday preparing for the wildland fire refresher course to be given on Tuesday evening for the Indian Valley Rural Fire Department. First, Janet Meyer says thank you for all those that gave her a call about how to get rid of box elder bugs. She and Ron will be trying some of the suggestions. Now for their big news, Ron and Janet and Janet's mother, Libby Squires of Boise, are back from a ten day adventure to the east coast. They started their .exploration in Manassas, VA where they rented a car. They toured the sites of historic battlefields, and then headed down to Williamsburg, Jamestown and Lexington for some colonial time touring. Then it was on to Norfolk, where they were able to ride a cruiser out to view the USS Cole and view submarines and other naval sites. Then they headed to Nags Head Outer Banks, NC where they visited an aunt and uncle. Janet loved touring Charleston, SC. Before they knew it, their trip was over and it was back to the reality of a lawn waiting to be mowed for Ron and a washing machine waiting to be filled for Janet. Pastor's Corner New Life As we look at our lives, we can see many life changing moments. From the time we are born our lives are in a constant state of change. And God has promised to make changes in our lives if we will let him. In Acts 1:3 it says, "During the forty days after his crucifixion, he appeared to the apostles from time to time and proved to them in many ways that he was actually alive. On these occasions he talked to them about the Kingdom of God;' Christ was alive by the power of Almighty God. Then in verses 4 and 5 it says, "In one of these meetings as i he was eating a meal with them, he told them, "Do not leave Jerusalem until the Father sends you what he promised. Remember, I have told you about this before. John baptized with water, but in just a few days you will be baptized with the Holy SpiriC When you accept Christ and surrender to him, you are baptized in the Holy Spirit, receiving his power and love living in you! Do we understand that the God of the universe loves us that much? Do we understand all that he has done for us? We know that when we ask Jesus into our hearts, at Parts and Service Open On Saturday We service all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician Big City Selection All At One Location STEVE HO00C'iOE0000 wN Phone (208) 549-3310 - Toll Free (800) 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 www.hometownmotors.com that moment we are born again. We have new life! In Acts 2:1 and 2 it says, "On the day of Pentecost, seven weeks after Jesus' resurrection, the believers were meeting together in one place. Suddenly, there was a sound from heaven like the roaring of a mighty windstorm in the skies above them, and it filled the house where they were meeting" On the day of Pentecost, God's promise came true for the ones that were waiting for the Holy Spirit to come. You will also receive power, the power by ]on Sorg that will change your life forever. You will never be alone again. He is with you, changing your life every day. If, that is, you will let him. God's power in you, teaching you, leading you. God tells us in his word that all things are possible with him for those that love him. So why would anyone want to keep a life of loneliness and pain, a life with no real hope? Life is about change. A new life is waiting for you if you've not accepted Jesus in your heart yet. He is waiting for you. You are not alone. Council Valley Free Libra W Book Shelf New Books at the Council Library Adult Fiction The Swinger by Michael Bamberger Stay Close by Harlan Coben The Kings of Clonmel by John Flanagan Outcasts by John Flanagan Calico Joe by John Grisham by Karen Kingsbury Decked With Folly by Kate Kingsbury The Fiddler by Beverly Lewis Divergent by Veronica Roth The Illuminator by Brenda Vantrease Money for Nothing by Donald Westlake Juvenile Fiction Night Knight by Owen Davey The lellybeans and the Big Art Adventure by Laura Numeroff More by I. C. Springman Books on C,D The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins Mocking Jay by Suzanne Collins Weiser River Trail News 50K Relay and Solo Run BY DALn FISK The Weiser River Trail will witness a little excitement on Saturday, April 28, when 166 runners are expected to gather at Council for the start of the 3rd Annual Weiser River Trail 50K Relay and Solo Run. Twenty-six Solo runners will start at 9:00 AM. Twenty- eight relay teams will have staggered starts, beginning at 9:30 AM. The course is 50-kilometers point to point (31 miles) from Council to Midvale, Idaho using the scenic Weiser River Trail. Festivities kick off Friday evening with a Spaghetti Feed at One Eyed Jacks in Council. The race will start on Saturday morning in front of the Public Services Building in Council and finish at the Midvale City Park around noon. The runners and supporters will have a lunch waiting for them at the Midvale City Park. The Sage Creek Band will play and the awards ceremony will be about 3:00 p.m. All proceeds benefit the Weiser River Trail which is open to the public year round. The Friends of the Weiser River Trail is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the trail and recreational opportunities for non- motorized users. For more information: weiserrivertrail.org - Burial 8ervie - e4,1mning Ovtiom - Cremation 8erviees . Monument 221 E. 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