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Page 16 Wednesday, May 9, 2012 New Honor Soci,,ty Members BY DALE FXSK For centuries, a torch or third candle symbolized Two Council High candle has symbolized the leadership that School students knowledge. Unlighted, it the inductees had, were inducted into has no power. But once demonstrated. The fourth the National Honor lighted, it has the power candle represented Society last week. Kim to lead and guide. 1he character, and the fifth, Hornisberger and lamie motto of the Honor service. Berks were welcomed Society is "Light is the Kim and ]amie join to the Society during symbol of truthS' six other Honor Society a ceremony in which The first candle members at Council symbolic candles were lit represented knowledge High School: Luke Pate, intheir honor. and truth. The second Sierra Shankel, Kevin "l-he candles represented symbolized scholarship. Ward, Hannah Linford, the criteria by which Members are required Jordan Rosengrant and students are accepted to have a minimum 3.6 Suzy Meza. Their advisor into the Honor Society. grade point average. The is lane Heath-Wilmarth. The Adams County Record HS Honor Society members lighting one of the symbolic candles at the induc- tion ceremony. Left to right: Luke Pate (vice president), Sierra Shankel, Kevin .Ward (President), Hannah Linford (Secretary), Jordan Rosengrant. Kim Homisberger (left) and Jamie Berks. May Calendar for Meadows Valley School Mar 11, 7PM, Mar 14, 7PM, Mar 15, 7PM, Mar 16, 12-3:00PM, Mar 16, 7PM, Mar 17, 7PM, Mar 21, 7PM, Mar 21, Mar 22, 7PM, Mar 23, 8:15 AM May 25, 1:00 PM 7PM May 26, 2PM, Totally Red, a play by MV Drama Class MV School Board Meeting Jr. High and High School Academic Awards, Gymnasium 2012-2013 Kindergarten Registration, Secondary Spring Band Concert Elementary Spring Concert Kindergarten Graduation Finals Week Begins Jr. High and High School Track Awards Last Day for Students (Free BBQ, All School) Last Elementary Awards Assembly Graduation Rehearsal, 8th & 12th grades 8th grade graduation decorating MV Jr./Sr. Graduation, Gymnasium Cambridge Principal Notes Congratulations to our April students of'the month! Sam Jordan and Dystinee Miller were selected based upon the character trait of hard work The character trait for May is perseverance. We will be conducting a pre-registration for classes at approximately 3:15 on Monday, May 2L If you are interested in helping your child select classes for next year, you are welcome to attend, q-he class schedule matrix will be handed out to students on Monday, May 14. In preparing for next year's schedule, we have added a few classes. In particular, we will be offering a semester long film class, which sounds like a wonderful idea. One problem we may experience, THOMASON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY Family Owned and Operated - Burial Service - Cremation Service - Pre-planning Options - Monuments 221 E. Court St : Weiser, ID 83672 (208) 414-1234 Special business serices aeailable a The Adams Ceunq liecerd... B&W Copies $.15 each Send and receive faxes $1.00 per page Design S.ervices Low Volume Scanning Assist with e-mail File uploads and downloads . (]all fer de/ails and infrma/in! . Busy Week By Angie Lakey-Campbell however, is a lack of video cameras for student use. If you have recently replaced your camera and have one you would like to donate to our students, please contact Cara Southwick at 257-3311. Next week is busy. The high school band concert is scheduled for Tuesday, May 15 at 7:00 in the high School gym. On Wednesday, May 16, we will be taking students to Oxbow Reservoir and Copperfield Park for our lifetime fitness day. Our academic banquet will be that evening at 7:00 at the LDS Church. We will have eighth grade graduation on Thursday and the state track meet on Friday and Saturday. I think I have mentioned earlier that the football and volleyball coaches are planning to meet to discuss summer plans on Monday, May 14. The basketball :coaches will be doing the same thing that evening. F0otb/fll and volleyball will meet at 6:00 followed by girls and boys basketball at 6:30. If your child is planning to participate in high school sports next year, participating in summer activities is very beneficial. Rowland Auction Service COTTTONWOOD, IDAHO (208) 962-3284 Sales are Fridays at 12:30 PM. Dennis Rowland - Owner Cel 208.987400 Brent Rowland - Rep. CelE 20451415 Friday Monday Cattle Sale Butcher Cattle Sale [o:ooAM ]o:ooAM [, 2rid & 4th Saturday . I* Pigs, sheep, and goats ii:ooAM . "" 1901 K Chieao, Cldwell, Idaho m I 208-459-7475 Toll Free 1-800-788-4429 Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition. - Jacques Barzun May Madness at MeadowCreel: $25 Green Fees during the Month of May includes golf cart Opening with some temporary greens 50% offgolfwith purchase of Loyalty Cards Discount Corporate Coupon Books Golf and Range Punch Cards Specifil on Range Ball Season Passes Memorial Day Tournament Call Our Pro Shop For Further Information Book your Tee Time at 347-2555 MEADOWCREEK GOLF RESORT Under New Ownership Welcoming all our friends in Adam's County! Located 2 miles North of New Meadows Hwy 95 North at the 45th Parallel-