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Page 10 Wednesday, May 9, 2012 The Adams County Record Indian Valley A Two-00Hy Cinco de 00/[ayo & Mesa News y Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 Bob and Doris Baker enjoyed a visit from their daughter, Margaret Watson, and her friend, Joe, on Saturday. Margaret and Joe were traveling up to Riggins where Margaret displayed her horsemanship skills performing, with the drill teams on both SatUrday and Sunday. Thursday, Bey Galloway and Larry Boehm attended their monthly Cuddy Mountain Ramblers luncheon meeting at Lakey's Caf6. Saturday afternoon, they joined many, many others for the memorial service for Aaron Barton held at the Cambridge Exhibit Hall. Sunday, they headed to Riggins to watch the rodeo. Imagine their surprise and delight when they walked through .the gates and the first person Larry saw was their neighbor, Ralph Yantis, from Indian Valley! Larry and Bey sat in the bleachers with Ralph and Scotty Yantis and Scotty's parents, Ruth and Ed Raney of New Meadows. They had a great time watching the spectacular rodeo and visiting with their good friends. Jim and Lavonne Conner enjoyed a visit from their neighbor, Lynn Leatherman, and her granddaughter, Jordan Paradis, on Saturday morning. That afternoon they headed to McCall to partake of a delicious Cinc0 de Mayo dinner. Wanna Belle Coriell enjoyed having a great big house full of family over the weekend. Diane White, Rhonda Hope and Jess and Jody James and their kids, along with David and Trey were up. Jack and Jill Doughton are back from their trip over to Salem, OR. I ask that we all say some prayers for all of their family to help in the healing from their loss. Jack's younger sister, Shirley, passed away, and they were thankful for being able to be together during this time. Many are enjoying the beautiful weather to work on fencing and gardening, such as the Dowdys and the Morgensens. Congratulations to Jim and Patty Shaw who celebrated Cinco de Mayo by having two new babies born. They spent the day watching their new fillies in the pasture, born from two different mares that morning. Patty decided to name them Cinco and Mayo in honor of the holiday. Dave and Cathy Veselka enjoyed having daughter, Julie, home from Nampa for the weekend. Cathy enjoyed being able to spend some mother- daughter time with her, which is always so special. Although not out digging in the dirt, Lanae Veselka was truly enjoying the beautiful weather on Sunday and Monday and being thankful to live in this wonderful valley. Judy Green attended her book club on Wednesday in Cambridge, and then The Indian Valley Improvement League meeting that afternoon. Saturday, she joined with seven others for the TOPS walk at Council High School. After the walk, she joined four other friends at Peace Park to enjoy lunch and hot chocolate. Monday, Tom and Dezi headed up the mountain to the old homestead to work on some fencing. Connie Hornyak also enjoyed going on the TOPS walk on Saturday at Council High School. She enjoyed the sack lunches at the Veterans' Park afterward with her good friends, Judy Green, Laura and Jim Camp and Susan Hunter. Connie wants to send a very special thank you to her neighbor, Eddie Gagin, for all his wonderful help he gave her with some yard work. He was a very much a blessing to her and her garden. Don and Joan Lakey enjoyed joining with the rest of the family (except for Julie, who had to mind the caf6) to celebrate the graduation of daughter, Angle, from NNU in Nampa on Saturday. Angle, (or Mrs. L.C. as she is commonly known) received her Education Specialist degree, and all are very proud of her. I know I am very thankful for all that she gives to the education experience and how much my own children grew because of the wonderful dedication she gives to all the students in Cambridge. The Saturday past, Dons sister, Nita Naillon, came up from Caldwell to visit. She spent the night and returned home on Sunday. Mary Rininger enjoyed being hostess for the knit- wit's club on Friday at her home. Challis Boll enjoyed a wonderful graduation open house given by her parents on Saturday afternoon. Her mom, Ardis, said the day was awesome with so many people stopping in. In school, Ardis coached her last track meet of flee season for the junior high school kids. Cambridge/ Midvale joined with Council for the ride to Horseshoe Bend, which was very nice as there were so many wonderful kids to enjoy on the trip. Now, her health class is gearing up for their blood drive on May 22nd in Cambridge. If you haven't gotten a call, be sure to leave Ardis a message at school so the class can get you on the schedule. At home, Craig is very happy that he got his second turkey. Council Senior Happenings Breakfast In The Park Sunday April 29th was a nice sunny day to enjoy a yummy breakfast of pancakes, eggs, bacon and coffee. The Council Senior Center wants to thank Don Alien for sponsoring the fundraiser and the community for supporting to help fund Meal's On Wheel's. The funds will help keep our bus moving and deliver- ing much needed meals to our homebound seniors. Our delivery list is getting larger, and we are trying to come up with a new way to keep our meals warm. We would like to purchase some hot boxes or elec- tric bags to keep on our bus. The boxes or bags are in the hundreds, and we are calling out to the community to help with the purchase of these needed items. April was a month of many donations to help fill our pantry shelves, with Idaho Food Bank being the largest, and several local citizens helping out with a vari- ety of food items (150# potatoes, 25# flour, beef roasts, eggs, Strawberries, Pickles, Pancake mix, oil, syrup, peanut but- ter, kraut). As always, all donations are welcome, we thank you all! The Council Senior Center Bus is a vital rural transportation ser- vice. Everyone is encour- aged to take advantage; you do not have to be a senior. If you are under 60, we ask for a small fee, over 60 we ask for a donation. The bus usually goes to Ontario on the first Thursday of every month, but if it falls on the 1st or the 2nd then it will go down the 2nd Thursday. If anyone has Vinyl lap siding just $ 35 per 100 sq. feet. 6" Textured lap siding $4.00 ea 8" Textured lap siding $8.00 ea 12" Textured or Smooth lap siding  un $16.45 ea AFFORDABLE FULL SIZED LUMBER YARD 8am to 6pm Monday thru Saturday FamiOwneasince1972 1451 South Main Street PayeKe, ldaho 208-642-4792 MICHAEL ROBINSON Candidate for Adams County Prosecuting Attorney any suggestions where we can take a busload of rid- ers, let me know. I would like to see the bus going to Nampa or Boise for appointments such as doctors, health and wel- fare, shopping, etc. The bus can also be used to take passengers for rec- reational purposes. Let's ride the bus! Some happenings here at the center are Pinochle Tuesday's at 1:00 pm; Exercise Class Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. We have Bingo the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month, and the pot is getting bigger! Stephanie from McCall Hospital comes down the 1st Friday of the month, and has a Foot Clinic held here at the center. Call for an appointment. The cost is $15.00 and it is well wor:h it. If you do not have transporta- tion, please let me know we can come and get By Tifani Holden you and take you home, maybe you could enjoy lunch as well. At the center we are always looking for vol- unteers of all ages for all kinds of things. The . Senior Center board is looking for a new secre- tary, if you think you can help out and would like to have a Voice of what happens here at the cen- ter, please call the board president Elee Coulter for details (253-4949). Experienced in criminal and civil cases. Experienced in advising Governmental Officials. Represented Ada County as a member of the Civil Division of the Office of the Ada County Prosecuting Attorney. "I hear from you that it's time for positive chan9e in Adams County. I would like to be a pm't of that cl0000ge." Paid for by Michael Robinson forAdams County Prosecuting Attorney Committee