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The Adams County Record Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Salls Donate to BY DA.E FISK When the Council Coffee Company closed recently, a number of photos and books had no home, so Lyle and Barbara sold them. Pictured above, Hank Shepard and Chase Brown accept this generous donation from Mrs. Barbara Sail on behalf of the Council High School FFA program. The Council FFA members and Ag and Floral Design students from left to right: Dallas Smith, Bronson Hammer, Cole Brown, Chase Brown, Hunter Gibson, Hank Shepard, Waylon Zielinski, Luke Pate, Mrs. Barbara Sail, Kassidy Pate, Will Canfield, Mrs. Dawn Holmes, Shelby Gibson, Megan Perkins, Tessa Shepard, Michaela Lattimer and Brittany Armistead. 'Page 3 Jimmy Farris on the Closed Primary T day, Fi r s t primary election designed Congressional District to purge the GOP and candidate Jimmy Farris cleanse the Republican weighed in on the Party cost Idaho taxpayers brewing controversy over more than $1 million the GOP closed primary and led to the lowest system supported by his voter turnout in Idaho opponent, Raul Labrador. history. In essence, the "Raul Labrador has sacred privacy of Idaho forgotten he represents all voters was violated and of the people of the First Idaho citizens were dis- Congressional District not enfranchised. Labrador is just the far right fringe;' wrong once again" stated Farris. "Raul "On this issue I stand Labrador is so beholden with Secretary of State to out of state super Ben Ysursa as he attempts lobbyist Grover Norquist to roll back this assault that he has once again on Idahoans' privacy. abandoned the people Governor Otter should of Idaho and proves that also stand up and reject he represents the fringe the Labrador doctrine of political elements:' party purges and invasion Farris said, "The recent of our privacy, Farris said. Council Quilt Show Coming S BY DALE FISK Members of the Council Quilt Show Committee "have been working on a quilt that is now completed and will be raffled at the Quilt Slaow. The incredible amount of hand-quilting in this piece of artwork was expertly done by our local librarian, Patty Gross. Besides the Quilt Show, the quilt may soon be on display, and raffle tickets sold, at a local business. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. oon The 28 th Annual Quilt Show will run June 20 to July 6 at the Council Elementary School. Hours will be 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This year's Quilt Show theme is "Christmas in July". All entries must reflect Christmas in some way. There are no size requirements this year. Entry forms must be sent in by June 8 th and include a brief paragraph describing why the entry fits the theme. If you choose to mail your entered quilts, they must reach the committee by J'une 15th. Entry forms and/ or quilts should be sent to Council Quilt Show, P.O. Box 238 Council, ID 83612. Entry forms, can be downloaded at http://councilqui!tshow. corn and emailed to cqs@councilquiltshow. com. Quilts delivered in person should be brought to the Elementary School on Saturday June 16th and Sunday June 17% and will be accepted from 10:00 to &O0 p.m. each day. The Quilt Show is featuring a challenge block contest again this year. Entries should reflect the theme of "Christmas in July:' Packets are available at Council Valley Free Library, here in Council or you can email the committee and they will send you one. The packet is $2.00. For more information contact Penny Fisk at 208-253-6073. Inutes The Council Quilt Show Committee is raffling off this beautiful quilt that was pieced by sev- eral members of the Committee, and was hand quilted by Patty Gross of Council. > Attend a FREE fraud deleeion and prevenlion workshop! Working together to prevent senior fraud: ICOA-Idaho Commission on Aging EOA-Eldefly Opportunity Agency Council Senior Housing CouncU Senior Center SHISA-Senior Health Insurance Advisors BBB-Better Business Bureau The Topics Included are: Top 10 Scams Tips for Avoiding Scares & Swindles , How to Protect Yourself from Scams & Swindles List of Who to Call if you Suspect Fraud Fer Sin. thor From= & Cawkwm Open to the Public FHda l00ty 00,012 le :oo zmon