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Page 20 Wednesday, June 27, 2012 The Adams County Record The location of this week's photo by my brother, Alan Fisk, will be easy for some people to identify, even though it shows nothing more than a huge meadow. I wanted to feature it because it's such an iconic Council area spot. The dead giveaway has intentionally been left out of the shot to make it a little harder. The prize for this week is a jar of Lomatium salve from D&L Herbs. Get your answers in by 4:00 on Monday. 253- 6961 or record@ctcweb. Wayne Freedman says his picture taken at Crystal Lake (the one we featured a few weeks ago) does show the lake itself, not a smaller pond nearby as someone else had thought. We got four correct answers to last week's photo location. Nobody seems to be absolutely sure what the name of the falls is. I've always heard it called Wlldhorse Falls, but it is actually fed by No Business Creek, so maybe the official name (if there is one) is NoBusiness Falls. If anybody has a definitive answer, please let me know. At any rate, the waterfall is way down at the southern end of Wildhorse Canyon, just a very short distance east of Wildhorse Creek. For those of you not familiar with where Wildhorse is, the creek begins near the Council- Cuprum Road several miles southeast of Bear, and runs more or less south into the Snake River near Brownlee Dam. The east end of No Business Canyon, tool from at the edge of Cuddy Wood. Mountain, is a deep bowl with a spectacular view from the top of it. I would like to feature a photo that captures this view, but it's a really hard one to capture in a photo. If anybody has one that you think does the job, please bring/ send it in. Roy Grossen, Darrell Brown, Bob Davis and Jim Camp correctly named the falls, and Bob won the random drawing. Bob wins a wooden light switch cover or a wooden oven All About THE DRIVE 2012 Subaru " LEGACY 2,5i Premium I smk+,;2si. GENTRY PRICE 2012 Subaru 2:5i Premium Stock #'12Sl18 Model Code CDD 02. All-Weather Paekl~e. 2,51. Hal cyI1 ORCODE MSRP $27,909 Gently Oisa~lnt $2,000 GENTRY PRICE SAVE=2000 OFF MSRP ALL WHEEL DRIVEl SAVES2000 I OFF MSRP ALL WHEEL DRIVEl ALL WHEEL DRIVE! 2.5X Stock #12S097 Model Code CFB-21 ORCODE MSRP$23.270 6ENTRY DISCOUNT$2.000 PLUS GET GENTRY RNANCING AS LOWAS 0.9% APR PRICE ON ' OVBCaE SUBARU, Am Al, 1.877.9363321 Plus ta~l~e and dealer doe fee, J+ +m . 1802 SW 4th Ave Ontario, Oregon SBMNGTHE VAILEY FOR 60 ! FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE most modelu Bob Davis brought in this photo of Starveout Fall, which is in the next drainage south of No Business/Wildhorse Falls. The two look fairly similar. Local Students Receive Scholarships Lily and Robert Holmes, children of Joe and Dawn Holmes, Indian Valley, received scholarships from the Idaho Irrigation Equipment Association. Lily received a $600 scholarship to pursue her degree in Agribusiness at the University of Idaho. The money for Lily's scholarship was donated by Inman InterWest Inc. and the IIEA. Robert received a $700 scholarship to pursue his degree in Ag Systems Management at the University of Idaho. The money for Robert's scholarship was donated by Matco-Norca and the IIEA. For the 2012-2013 school year, the IIEA has awarded $16,605 in scholarships to 25 students. These students are selected on the basis of academic accomplishments, leadership, and interest in pursuing a degree in an agricultural irrigation or horticulture-landscape- related field. The IIEA has awarded $330,000 in scholarships since 1980. The IIEA's Scholarship Program received the Governor's Award for Excellence in Agriculture in the Education/ Advocacy category at the 2012 Larry Branen Idaho Ag Summit. The IIEA was established in 1971 and membership consists of more than 120 separate entities including wholesale suppliers, retail dealers, equipment manufacturers, and public utilities engaged in serving Idaho's agricultural and landscape irrigation equipment needs. / /IllincisAve. Ccun i1 /35-49 1 Kim's Keffee K rner Opens Menday, |uly 2rid Men - Sad 6:30am/ 4:00pro Serving Espresso, Italian Sodas, Jet Teas, Baked Goods, and "Big Train"!