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The Adams-County Record Wednesda June 6, 2012 Page 9 Indian& MesaValleYNews Hells Canyon Days were a hit By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 get quite a bit of prep work done. Sunday, Bev and Larry took Janice to Lakey's Caf6 for dinner before she left for home. Monday, Bev was trying to make a decision of whether to attend the baseball game for grandson, Micah Galloway, or go listen to the music in the park in Cambridge. She was leaning towards baseball; however either decision might have resulted in stormy weather for the afternoon. Jim Conner went shopping this past week and came home with four new rose bushes for Lavonne's garden. One was a very special rose though. The name of the rose is Electron, and Jim purchased it in memory of Lavonne's father who lived in a small community called Electron after the company he worked at Doris Baker made a trip to Weiser on Sunday afternoon to visit her good friend, Mary Shirt. Mary, who recently broke her leg, is at the rehabilitation center there. Visiting Mary at the same time was her husband, Frank, and two sons Joe and David, so Doris was able to have a good visit with all of her friends. Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway enjoyed attending the "All you can eat, Taco Feed" at the Cambridge Senior Center .on Friday. The Jammers were providing musical entertainment and Bev said there was a tremendous crowd there to enjoy the festMties. Bev's daughter, Janice Derouin of Boise, came up to spend the weekend. She is helping her morn get her house ready for painting and the two were able to Council Valley Free Libra W Book Shelf New Books at the Council Library Adult Stolen Prey by John Sandford Black Dawn by Rachel Caine Maps of Faith by Reid Rosenthal The Sea Witch by Stephen Coonts Freefall by Kristen Heitzmann When Will the Dead Lady Sing by Patricia Sprinkle The Road to Grace by Richard Paul Evans Non-Hction Breaking Night by Liz Murray The Immortal Life of Hennetta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot Juvenile From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons I Love My New Toy by Mo Willems Froggy Goes to School by Jonathan London Froggy Goes to Camp by Jonathan London Parts and Service Open On Saturday We service all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician Big City Selection All At One Location STEVE"3 HO?00_oE0000W00*r'q Phone (208) 549-3310 - Toll Free (800) 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 www.hometownmotors.com for thirtY-one years. Also, a great big Happy During the week they Birthday to Jill who also enjoyed visits from celebrated another year friends, Jeff and Nadine of sweetness on Saturday. Chance of Cambridge, May your coming year and Bill and Cathi Smith be filled with sweet of Riggins. blessings. Jack and Jill Doughton, Jim and Patty Shaw along with mom, enjoyed attending the Margaret Thomason, potluck at their church enjoyed being part of the on Sunday afternoon, hubbub at Hells Canyon and afterward attending Days in Cambridge a special seminar by on Saturday. They had Jerry Larson who did a their usual spot by the community outreach US Bank, and their program on leadership booth seems to get skills. At home, Jim is bigger each year. Jack working on putting in had his woodworking new window screens as masterpieces on display, they prepare for more and the scent of Jill's company to come visit. caramel corn wafted Cathy Veselka had pleasingly through the a wonderful time in crowds. I know my Las Vegas, and enjoyed granddaughter, Jordan, stopping in Rexburg and I enjoyed the to visit with children, caramel corn immensely. Harmon, and his As Jill says, she really wife Tanya, and their enjoys the booth sales children: Charlie and where they can have lots his wife Stina, and their of fun visiting with old children Carrie and Jane. friends and make new Daughter Maggie Baker, friends. Now, she will granddaughter Grace be spending most of the Baker, and daughter week in her sweetshop Sarah all spent the filling special orders, week in Indian Valley with Mom and Dad and getting lots of visiting in with Grandma Lanae Veselka. Besides having the sunshine of her granddaughter's and great granddaughter's smiles, Lanae has been enjoying time spent in her garden this past week. During the week past, Lanae enjoyed having her sister, Betty Moyer, come to visit her from Boise. Judy Green enjoyed a trip to Burley, ID during the latter part of the week. Thursday, she and three other TOPS members traveled south to enjoy the TOPS SRD (State Recognition Days) held from Thursday through Saturday. She traveled with Cathy Bonds and Patrick Doyle of Council and Connie Hornyak of Mesa. Judy says the entire presentation was very nice this year, and they all enjoyed the meetings, award assemblies, speakers and wonderful entertainment. The Rininger household has been a bit "back"ward this past week, but hopefully will soon be going strong. Jenny Rininger had surgery on Wednesday on her back, and is doing well and enjoying the relief her surgery brought. Mary, however, managed to shake the bug she had the week prior, but must have shook too hard, as she came home from Jenny's surgery with a very stiff back that has had her taking it easy. Many get-well wishes are sent their way. Ron Meyer knows there is no keeping Janet at home when Hells Canyon Days are in full swing, and has given up trying. Janet had the best weekend by becoming the yard sale queen of Cambridge as she sought out and found many, many treasures. Over Memorial weekend, she and Ron worked on their garden, and so far they have sixty-seven tomato plants in the ground! Pastor's Corner Are You Up for Adoption? by Wayne Freedman Being alone! What an awful feeling, whether it's in the woods, in the dark, or just in life. The emptiness of no one being there to care is the terrible trauma of the orphan. Whether he is abandoned by circumstances beyond his control, or the rejection of a parent or parents who wouldn't or couldn't provide care, this pain is particularly personal. But what if in their emptiness someone does care enough to offer to adopt them, chOoses to welcome them into their family, to unconditionally love them as their child? That just might seem too good to be true! Today in. our society adopted children, seldom reach the relationship plane of naturally-born offspring. Confessing, "I'm adopted" often brings a sympathetic si.gh, but in Bible times this revelation had an entirely different reaction. You See, in those days when parents didn't have any children, or theirs were unworthy of becoming the heir to the estate, they would often select a child from among their slaves or community orphans, Offering education and training they would be evaluated, and if approved, legally Ask Around. There's a good reason we've been here 10 years serving patients from Donnelly, McCall, Cascade, Riggins, New Meadows, Indian Valley, Council, Cambridge, Midvale, Bear, Cuprum, Weiser, Payette, and... Call 253-6077 ienist adopted. Adoption was powerfully permanent. By Roman law anyone who was adopted could never be disowned, though a natural son could. An adopted child was the object of unconditional love and legal personal security. In Romans 8:15 the Apostle Paul describes the Holy Spirit as "The Spirit of Adoption:' Who gives us the privilege of calling God, "Abba [Daddy] Father." Then in the next verse Paul says the Holy Spirit, Himself, testifies that we have become God's children, using the word for naturally born offspring. Do you know that God wants to adopt you? But that's not all. He also wants to cause you to be "born again" supernaturally into His family, making you an heir of His both by adoption and by birth, giving you the best of both relationships, forever. So, I have to ask, "Are willing to put yourself up for adoption, or are you choosing to remain an orphan for eternity?" The choice is yours, as are the consequences. TArAY CONN Missing since: 03/28/2011