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Page 2 Wednesday, June 13, 2012 The Adams County Record Doing the right thing Dear Editor, The Adams County Record article entitled "The Curious Case of Mr. Okamoto" was finalized and closed by SGM Jeff Howard's reference to lack of hard copy support and preponderance of evidence. I thank him for his diligence and sincere efforts. The article itself was well written, based on facts and without judgment or slant- ed opinions. Dale Fisk pre- sented an excellent work of journalism throughout, and his stated "core belief that the truth should be followed" came across loud and clear. To do the right thing is com- mendable and a service of imPortance to the voters and taxpayers of Adams County Thank you for a job well done. Editor's Notebook Tim Folke's relate to what he guest opinion~ feels when he is a welcome hears a wolf howl. balance to my wolf I know the goose articles. Some bumps it gives me readers might not when I hear a bull understand his elk bugle. There view. I can at least is something in it that represents the "wild~' and is impossible to put into words. I'm sure that's the kind of feeling that some people have toward wolves. &S Days 2012 Dear Editor, The Council Jr. High Sports Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in the 3rd Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 2. The tournament was again a big success, with 12 teams coming out to play. Thanks to the following for their generous donations: Council Mini Storage, Tom Mahon Logging, Jerry's Auto Parts, Mountains West Dental, Council Fitness, Timberline Title, Council Car Wash, LeAnn Evans, Adams County Real Estate, Lazy LD Ranch, One Eye Jacks, Council Floral, Vern Ludwig, Run Roesner and Luke Riehle. Also a great big thank you to the following businesses for sponsoring a hole at this years tournament: H&B Crushing, Mountain Monarch Trucking, Triple M Machine, Tom Mahon Logging, Tater Tots Childcare, Jerry'sAuto Parts and CouncilMini Storage. With all of the support from these people, the Jr. High School kids of Council will be able to participate in the sports program for years to come. The Council Jr. High Sports Committee @ Dear Editor, The Council Senior Center would like to thank everyone who bought 50/50 raffle tickets: The winner is George Gardner. We appreciate everyone who contributed! Tifani Holden @ Dear Editor, ACHC Patient Assistance - Foundation, Inc. would like to thank all of the people who donated items for our Yard Sale. A thank you goes to all who came to find those treasures that they could not live without, as it made the sale a big success. Thanks to the following people who worked the sale: Dr. Linford, Linda Taylor, Jean Cole, Laura Camp, David Malone, Andria Hall & Gene Shoup. Again thanks to all who contributed and assisted to make it successful. @ Dear Editor, Adams County Health Center, Inc. wishes to thank all who attended our 8th annual Community Appreciation BBQ on June 6, 2012 at the Health Center. The event was a great success and was well attended. ACHC also thanks the members of the community who put together the event and worked to make it a success. Thank you Sylvia Hulin for taking the lead in getting and preparing the food, and to Bill Johnson for the BBQ, chairs & tables and taking care of the recycling and trash. Thank you to the cooks Joe Domecq, Ray Groves and Roy Eastlick. Thanks to the servers Mary Ann Domecq, Denise Groves, Shirley Eastlick and Sylvia Hulin. Again thanks to all who attended and those whose efforts contributed to its success. BY DoN Dopr In spire of Saturday's (June 2) threatening skies and several huge, drenching thunder showers in the Treasure Valley, last year's record number of car show registrants was matched exactly during the Cambridge Commercial Club's 18th Annual Hells Canyon Days Show & Shine car show. Ninety folks were drawn to Cambridge for the show by a full venue of Hells Canyon Days activities, a scenic drive from the lower country, a friendly crowd, and one of the best open-pit barbecues in the northwest. Even though this year's show received scarcely a drop of rain, gusty winds in the afternoon were a nuisance. In spite of the wind, a good dose of sunshine and warm temperatures kept the day comfortable Throngs of folks gathered on North Superior Street from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to gawk at the beautiful vehicles displayed by owners from southwest Idaho and eastern Oregon. In addition to the ninety registered vehicles, there was another estimated dozen or so showing. Unregistered vehicles are not eligible for awards or door prizes. New to the show this year was "Import Street;' an attempt to draw participants from the younger generation. Headed up by new staff- member Coty Fairchild of Midvale, a second street was barricaded to allow room for the entrants. Only three showed this year but Coty is confident that number will swell for next year. Fifty-eight Wonderful door prizes were donated by generous business owners and individuals. Special thanks are in order to all of the businesses and individuals who made the event possible. See the list of donors in this issue of the News Reporter. See you all next year!!! Alderson and Wenman Estate Auction Saturday June 16, 2012 - 11:00AM 432 Hartley Drive, Cascade Guns - 70+ " Clocks I I Go To for Complete Details THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD USPS: 005-120 Copyright 2012 The Adams County Record is published weekly at 108 Illinois Ave., Council, Idaho 83612-000R by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC., Lyle Sail, Publisher. Periodical postage is paid at Council, Idaho. BUSINESS HOURS Open Monday -Friday 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. CONTACT US 108 Illinois Ave. Council, ID 83612 (208) 253-6961 Fax: (208) 253-6801 Send submissions to: LETTERS POLICY Letters to the editor must meet the standards of good taste and truthfulness, be original, and less from non-profit groups & community organi- " zafions will be printed once free of charge. At our discretion we may print bulletins multiple times ff space allows. Guaranteed additional runs or items over 50 words are $S per 50 words. Community Bulletins can and will be edited by our staff. 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