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Page 4 Wednesday, September 5, 2012 The Adams County Record : .......... ...... i iil i ii >iii:: iiiiil 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 information. 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, Locati6ns 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 Cen- tee Cuddy Mountain Ramblers Meets the first Thursday of each month at noon at Lakey's Cafe. Beta Sigma Plai Second Wednesday at 7 pm rotating venues Quilt Show Committee Third Monday 1:30 pm at 108 S. Main in Coun- cil. Council Bountiful Baskets Every Other Saturday Volunteer at 9 am Pro- duce Pickup: 10 am. You must contribute on- line on the prior Mon/Tues to participate. Council Community Garden Saturday Market 10 am - 12 pm -- Workdays: Tuesday & Saturday starting at 9 am, TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Every Wednesday at 10 am in the Council Valley Free Library ............................................................................................................................. 7 ................ Pinochle Every Tuesday at 1 pm in the Council Senior Center. Yoga with Debbie Ever); Saturday at 9:30 am in the Council Val- ley Free Library Exercise Class Every Wednesday at i0:30 am in the Council Senior Center Writer's Meeting First & Third Thursdays at 7 pm in the Coun- cil Chamber Of Commerce. IV Ladies Auxiliary Potluck Third Saturday at6:30 pm in the Indian Valley Fire Hail. Council Logging "Back in the Day" Anyone interested in step- up the MacGregor Logging ping back in time to see how logging used to be done here in the Council Valley is invit- ed to come to the Community Church this Saturday (Sept. 8) at 3:00 PM to view vid- eos and scrap books with the men and machines who made Company. David MacGregor particularly invites all those who may have worked for or with his grandfather's com- pany to come and share their memories and help identify members of the crew. Council Mountain Quilt Guild Meeting Thursday, September votive. 9" round. 6, 2012 from 4-7:00 PM atSupplies to bring: Wool/ the Council Senior Center. Felt in various fall colors, Program Leader: Sue Warren. embroidery thread in vari- Project: Bareroots Fall ous fall colors, needle, scis- Leaves Candle Mat. Info: Fall sors, pins or glue stick, and leaves in wonderful wool or a pencil to trace pattern on wool felt colors circle this suppliedfr.eezer paper. super easy mat for a small Booster Club Tailgate Party Come one, come all! To the annual Lumberjack Tailgate Party! September 7 at 5:00 PM at the Council Elementary School Meat and beverages will be provided. Bring a dessert or side dish to share. Adults and kids are $4 each, athletes are $1 and children 5 and under are free. Bring.a lawn chair. Church Anniversary The Council Church of the Nazarene will be celebrat- ing its 75th Anniversary! We would like to invite our community to come help us celebrate, September 8th in Veterans Park at 10:00 AM. There will be food, a Bounce House, Music and fun for all ages. Door prizes will be given away, with prizes to include a TV and other goodies. is FREE, so come celebrate with us!' September 9th we will have m special service at the church beginning at 10:30 a.m. with a potluck to follow. Please call ]oanne Fry 741- 1249, or Pastor John Schaffer 566-4264, with any questions. The Rosie the Riveter Association is trying to locate women in the Council area who worked on the home front during World War II. Thousands of women sup- ported the war effort as welders, electricians, sewing clothing and parachutes for the military or many other jobs such as collecting scrap metals. These women have stories of the WWII expe- riences that are of histori- cal value and perhaps have never been told. The Rosie the Riveter Association is col- lecting those stories. MENUS "MONDAY TUESDAY " r Council Senmr Cente All meals served at noon with milk & coffee. All ages welcome. New Meadows Senior Center Meals are served Monday, Wed & Fri. New Meadows School Lunch All meals served with milk & Juice. Chicken n Broccoli Casserole. Salad Bar, Rolls, Dessert BBQ Chicken Dippers, Bread Sticks. Fruit & Veggie Bar Hunter Education Cheesy Tuna Noodles, Mixed Veggies, Biscuits, Salad Bar, Cookies Taco w/Meat and cheese, Lettuce and Tomato, There will be a Hunter Education class the week of September 10 - 15 at the Council Emergency Services building. Due to the high demand for the class, orfly students 11 years of age or older will be accepted. To register for the class go to: public/education/ and select instructor-led course, then select Council as the location. All students must be regis- tered on-line, no walk-ins will be accepted. Due to a lim- ited number of seats, it is rec ommended that you register early." Once registered, print out the receipt and bring it to the first class on Monday evening. Classes will begin promptly at 6:00 PM and run until 9:00 PM Monday through Friday, arid from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM on Saturday. Attendance at ALL classes is required for certification. Kitchen Scraps Available Once Again... If anyone needs approxi- mately two five-gallon buck- ets of kitchen scraps on a daily basis from the school's recyling program, there will be scraps available on days that the school is serving stu- dents, which will typically be Monday through Thursday. The scraps can be picked up any time after school is out. There are enough buckets to rotate for the .next day. It is preferable that they are rinsed out before they are returned. If you are raising chickens or pigs, you can really reduce your grain bill and fatten pigs quickly. Contact Nine Trainor at 253-4433 for further infor- mation. No more jeans please The textiles students would like to thank the community for the boxes and bags of old jeans that have been donat- .ed for making the denim rag quilts. We have enough for a very long time, We no longer have room to store the boxes that have come in. Please no more and thanks for your wonderful support.. Fran O and students. Sewing class to begin The once a week class for adult's who would like to sew on Tuesday night will begin after Labor Day . It will be from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in room 6. To sign up, please call Fran Ogden at the high school at 253-4217 or email at fogden@ Cambridge Art, Antique & Craft Sale Call to Artists: The Hells Canyon Art Guild is spon- soring its lOth Annual Art, Antique & Craft Sale, November 10 & 11, at the Camb.ridge Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. Vendor applica- tions are now available. For an application or more infor- mation, contact Anna at 257- 3237 or Kaye at 257-3277. -Community Choir The Upper Country Singers are starting rehearsals on Monday, September 10 at 7:00 p.m. at the Midvale School The Association is a non- profit whose goal is to recog- nize and preserve the history and legacy of working women during WWII. Founded in 1998, is now has over 4,000 members. If you are a woman (or descendant of one) who WEDNESDAY Chicken Cordon Blue w/ Ham & Cheese, Mixed Veggies, Noodles, French Bread, Salad Bar, Peaches BBQ Pork Ribs, Potato Salad, Com oft the Cob, Salad Bar, Bread, Dessert music room. The concert will be Sunday, December 9 in the Washington County Fairground Exhibit Building. Hamburger, Sweet Potato Fries. Fruit & Veggie Bar Refried Beans worked during WWII, or if you are just interested in more information, please call toil free: 1-888-557-6743 or emai.1 americanrosietheriv- or write to us at PO Box 188, Kimberly, AL 35091. THURSDAY Turkey, Potatoes & Gravy, Hot Rolls FRIDAY Beef Stroganoff w/ Noodles, Carrots, Biscuits, Pickled Beets, Salad Bar, Apple Cookies BBQ Chicken In The Park- Potluck, bring a side dish or dessert Drinks Furnished Ham Sandwich, Fruit & Veggie Bar, Pretzels