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Pa 6 Wednesday, 9,2012 Council Lions Club First Monday at 6:30 pm in the Legion Hall. Third Monday at 6:30 pm in a rotating local restaurant. Call 253-0082 for more informa- tion. Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry Distribution First Tuesday 3-5 pm at Nazarene Church. Senior Center Food Pantry Open to all in need. Tue / Wed / Fri 9 am - 3 pm at the Council Senior Center. Indian Valley Improvement League First Wednesday, Locations vary. Call 741- 9099 for info International Order of Odd Fellows First Wednesday of the month at 8 pm, South Fairfield Street in Council Council Mountain Quilt Guild First Thursday of the month, 4 pm (general) & 6:15 pm (business) at the Council Senior Center Cuddy Mountain Ramblers Meets the first Thursday of each month at noon at Lakey's Cafe. Beta Sigma Phi Second Wednesday at 7 pm rotating venues Quilt Show Committee Third Monday 1:30 pm at 108 S. Main in Council Events & Activities TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Every Wednesday at 10 am in the Council Valley Free Library Council Reserve Officer Meeting The regular meeting of the Adams County Reserve Officers will be held at 7:00 PM in the Sheriff's Office. A number of officers will be attending the training exercise at McCall this day, so no train- ing is planned. CHS Muki-class Save the date for the big multi-class reunion for the classes of 1970 through 1990 of Council High School! Iune 30th will be the social hour, dinner, live band and silent auction fundraiser. Sunday, ]uly 1st will be a brunch from 9:00 to 11:00. We need peo- ple from each class to be sure to contact their classmates to let them know! We don't want anybody tO miss this fun event! Information and regis- tration sheets can be picked up at US Bank, Seven Devil's Vendors needed The 2nd Annual Biker Rodeo takes place Iune 9. We are now looking for local art- ists, non-food vendors and Instead this meeting will be a planning session in which we will work on various assignments for SAR, and SAR exercises, parade traffic con- trol, and the child identifica- t.ion project. Reunion Planned Cafe or Amerititle in Council. Plans are also being made for a float trip if there is enough interest. There are planning meetings for this event held every Tuesday at 6:00 at the Seven Devil's party room. Come join us! For more info contact Tonjua Kamerdula, lulie Wilson, Karen Hatfield, Kathy Hampton or Pete Friend. Please help us get the word out! We really need someone from each class to volunteer to do that so we don't miss anyone. for Biker Rodeo home crafters to sell items at this event. No vendor fees are required, but your dona- tions are appreciated. All pro- The Adams County Record ceeds from this event go to the Boise. For more information, Idaho State Veteran's Home in call Julie Wilson: 741-1899. See Smokey at the Library on, Saturday May 12, 1:00 making a visit to the Council EM, Smokey the Bear will be library. New Meadows School Play Totally Red is a play that retells the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood. Dinah Toups writes 5 different ver- sions of the classic, blending together genres to create a Preschool Meadows Valley School District will offer a free pre- school screening for children who live in the school dis- trict and who are 3 or 4 years old. The screenings will take place at the school on May 18 and May 21 between 12:30 and 2:30. The preschool is a hilarious play that will leave you saying "I am a treC' Performances: Friday and Saturday (May 11 & 12) at 7:00 PM. Screening developmental preschool, and we are especially hoping to screen children who may have possible delays in the areas of speech or language, hearing, motor control, cognitive rea- soning, or behavior. Please call the school for an appointment at 347-2411. Cambridge Summer Skating in Cambridge The bad news is that the last skate night of the school year is 5/19/12 at 5:00pm- 8:30pm. The good news is that the Cambridge BPA and the Washington County Fair Board are c0-sponsoring sum- mer skating from 2:30pm- 5:30pm at the Washington County Exhibit Hall on the following dates: May 30--June 6, 20, 23, 27, 30--]uly 4, 7, 11, 14 Come to one, two or all... Skate Card packages are avail- able! To pick up your Skate Card, come to the next avail- able event. Call (550-7811) or email ms_moran@cam- Midvale Midvale Lions Yard Sale Drop off donations in the Sale is May 11, 9 to 6 and Midvale Veterans Memorial May 12, 9 to 3:00 PM. Hall, May 9 - 10 noon to 6:00 All proceeds go to Midvale PM. Swimming Pool Pinochle Every Tuesday at 1 pm in the Council Senior Center. Yoga with Debbie Every Saturday at 9:30 am in the Council Valley Free Library Exercise Class Every Wednesday at 10:30 am in the Council Senior Center Writer's Meeting First & Third Thursdays at 7 pm in the Council Chamber Of Commerce. IV Ladies Auxiliary Potluck Third Saturday at 6:30 pm in the Indian Val- ley Fire Hall. MENUS Council Senior Center All meals served at noon with milk & coffee. All ages welcome. Cambridge Senior Center Meals are served Wed (at noon) & Fri (at 5:30pro). All ages are welcome. New Meadows Senior Center Meals are served Monday, Wed & Fri. Council School Lunch All meals served with milk & Juice. Council Mountain Monster Continued from frontpage For the past 25 years, Roger Selner has been borrowing trophy deer mounts and traveling around the U.S., displaying them in Eastman's Trophy Deer Tour. During that time he has driven over 2 million miles. A few of those miles recently brought him to Council. When Selner arrived at Roy and Shirley Eastlick's home in Council on Monday, I helped Roy get the trophy MONDAY Meat Loaf, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Salad Bar, Rolls, Apple Walnut Cake down off of the wall where it was hanging. The first thing I noticed (beside the fact that my lower jaw was almost on the floor) was the incredible width of the antlers. Shirley said that spread made for a difficult job when it came time to bring the buck down off of the mountain. They tried every combination of positions, but there was just no getting that wide rack down a narrow trail without some hard work. Selner was in town to borrow the Eastlick's trophy to display on the Eastman's tour. Before it goes on display, the antlers will be given a completely new head and shoulder mount, using state-of-the-art techniques. The Eastman tour display changes every year, with a dozen or more new trophies each time. Sometimes they are historic bucks that have been hidden in a basement for decades, while others TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Garlic Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Beets, Rolls, Green Salad, Apple Crisp Sweet & Sour Pork, " Fried Rice, Chow mein, Golden Green Salad, Baked Custard Chicken W/Orange Sauce, Rice, Rolls, Romaine Lettuce Salad, Cauliflower, Pineapple Dump Cake Chicken Enchiladas, " Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Salad Bar, Jello Dessert Pizza, Salad, Dessert THUIDAY Cheeseburgers, Lettuce Pickles, Fries are brand-new. The show attracts between 150,000 and 200,000 people each year. Roger Selner said, "It's an honor and a privilege to be able to share these great historic treasures with so many people I wouldn't trade it for anything." Roy's trophy will be featured on the "Eastman's Hunting TV" show on the Outdoor Channel at some point this summer. Lemon Pepper Fish, Sweet Potato Fries, Broccoli & Pea Salad, Bran Muffins, Peaches Pizza, Tossed Greens Salad, Fruit, Brownies Baked Fish, Sweet Potato Fries, Mixed Veggies, Salad Bar, Bread, Brownie Parfaits Beef & Bean Burritos Mexican Rice, Veggies Nachos Supreme. Refried Beans Sloppy Joes, Fries, Veggies FRIDAY