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Page 10 Wednesday, May 2, 2012 Indian Valley '- & Mesa News What Happens in Halfway. When it came to getting the story of the Knit-Wits big adventure, there was lots to tell, but somehow I have a feeling that with this wild and crazy group, most of the story could be summed up with "What goes on in Halfway, stays in Halfway!" From Mary Rininger and ]ackie Dowdy, I did get that ten members went down in two vehi- in Cambridge on Sunday afternoon. Both were very impressed with the won- derful turnout and love shown for their pastor. There are many through- out Indian Valley and Mesa that wish him and his wife, Karen, well on their journey, for he truly is a very special man. In the week past, Bob and Doris Baker enjoyed school teacher in Mesa and Cambridge when many of our local legends were growing up. Jim and Patty Shaw enjoyed a visit from their friends Paul and Robert Freeland of Caldwell on Wednesday. On April 22nd, Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway took all of Bev's kids and grand kids out for their for all in the community. Dave and Cathy Veselka made a trip over to Keyport, WA this past weekend to visit daughter, Maggie Baker, son-in-law Dan, and their beauti- ful granddaughter, Grace. Even though the visit was short, they had a great time. Tom and Judy Green made a visit to Lanae The Adams County Record By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 dinner at The Council Senior Center. She's also hoping this week brings her better luck around the yard, as she had an acci- dent-prone week doing things like driving her lawnmower into a ditch. Good thing she views the world as the glass half full! Hayden Boll was home for the weekend to help the Hollons, in Cambridge, ning with fourteen fire- fighters from Indian Valley, Bear, Council and Midvale in attendance. Ron and Janet Meyer attended the Chamber of Commerce dinner on Saturday evening. Janet said the dinner was won- derful, but the silent auc- tions were terrific. Of course, she bid on a few items, and was excited to cles, the infamous "Dixie Hens" riding with Della Haberle. The weather was beautiful, and they had fun shopping and touring the town. It was when they said they went to lunch at Wild Bill's and there was a horse running loose down the main street of town that the story got a bit shady. I guess we will never know the entire "rest of the story!" Jim and Lavonne Conner attended the fare- well dinner held for Pastor Ted of the Baptist Church a visit from their daughter, Margaret Watson of Twin Falls. Margaret spent the week helping her mom bring spring to the out- side gardens and sunshine inside. Saturday, daughter Judy Van Komen, and her friend, Scott, stopped by on their way home from Weiser. Tony and Wanda Morgensen enjoyed a visit from cousin Mac Randle and his wife, Ann (Beigh), of Nampa on Sunday. Many might remember Ann's mother who was a annual "Get 'em All Done" anniversary and birth- day celebration. Tuesday, they joined the Cuddy Mountain Ramblers for a three-day camping trip to Copperfield Park near Oxbow Dam. Friday, they went to watch Beth Gladhart perform in the talent show in Midvale, and enjoyed all the per- formances given. Sunday, they attended the farewell dinner for Pastor Ted at the Cambridge Baptist Church. They will so miss his smiling face and love Veselka's on Monday after- brand cattle. Ardis and noon. Being such wonder- Craig enjoyed the drama ful friends, they had a great visit and enjoyed watching the last of April's showers rain from the skies. Connie Hornyak enjoyed the celebration for her friend, Laura Camp of Council, as Laura went from TOPS to KOPS. Laura's dedication to the club presentation at Cambridge High School. Ardis also spent time in Twin Falls with her sis- ters working on gardening projects over the weekend. Now they are preparing for Challis' graduation party this Saturday, May 5th at their home. Everyone is weight loss program pro- invited, so be sure to stop vides lots of encourage- by between 1:00 PM and ment for Connie. After the 5:00 PM. meeting, Connie, Susanne Robin ]uica reports that Hunter and Judy Green the wildland fire training had a wonderful chicken went well on Tuesday eve- win a beautiful quilt. She also split one of the auc- tions with someone else as she wanted the lariat bas- ket and the other bidder wanted the horse goodies inside. Although not from Indian Valley, there are many in our area that wish to extend their heartfelt sympathies to the Barton, McKee and Shelton fami- lies for their loss this past week. Aaron holds a place in all of our hearts and the memory of his smile will be with us always. Wildland Firefighting Refresher BY FRAN VILLANO Although the 2011 fire season was basically non- existent, it is anticipated that the 2012 season will be just the opposite, and all area fire departments are on alert. In fact, it was reported that Midvale and Indian Valley have both experienced their first wildland fires this year and the season has yet to begin. To ensure prepared- ness, Tracy McClary of the Midvale RFD conduct- ed a refresher course in wildland firefighting at the Indian Valley fire station on Tuesday, April 24th. Volunteers from Indian Valley, Midvale, Council, and Bear fire departments were in attendance. The course reviewed proce- dures, personal protective equipment, engines, hand tools, and firefighting techniques/skills neces- sary to not only fight the fire but ensure the volun- teer's personal safety as well. The Indian valley FD would like to thank Tracy for conducting the class, Robin Juica for coordi- nating the class, and The Alpine Store for provid- ing the delicious sandwich trays and potato salad. Volunteers are always needed, so if you are inter- ested in joining your local department, please con- tact: Meadows Valley (Jeff Luff--347-3190), Cambridge (Dean Page- -702-5020), Midvale (Galen Lewis--355-2300), Weiser Area Rural FD (Nate Marvin--414-2379), Weiser City Fire & Rescue (Cary Nice--414- 1483), Indian Valley(Tim Toomey--256-4316), Bear (Joe Warner--253-3461), Council (Shawn Stanford--253-4631), Cuprum (Tom Bushman--258-4488) McCabe Roberts Honored BY DA*LE FISK On Monday, Council Mayor Bruce Gardner, presented Deputy McCabe Roberts with a plaque reading, "Community Service Award - presented to Deputy McCabe Roberts in recognition of Going Beyond the Call of Duty on February 28, 20127 On the above date, an emergency call came in to Emergency Services at Council. EMTs responded with the ambulance, but Deputy Roberts got there well in advance. He found a woman bleeding profusely. Using his training in emergency First Aid, Roberts and took immediate action to stop the bleeding. If it had continued even a few minutes longer, the woman would have died. T h e people of the Council Emergency Services team wanted to honor Roberts, and had the plaque made to show their appreciation. Spring is Here[ New Hours ll:00am to 6:00pm Wednesday thru Saturday New Items Coming Curiosity Spot 101 Michigan Avenue (across from All About Wood) Council 208-469-0405 F00SK CONPUTERS Complete systems, new and used Specializing in laptop repair and rvice Laptop LCD and Motherboard replacement Networking wireless and conventional Vints and spyware removal, data recovery Larry Fisk 208-253-6073 lnfisk@ctcweknet