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Page 4 , Thursday, July 16, 2009 The Adams County Record COMMIINITY BIII.LETIN BOARD Adams County Enter your exhibits in the fair Please enter your exhibits at the fair this year! Folks will be at the fair to accept open class entries, except the flowers and produce, on Wednesday July 22 from 2-10 pm. Folks will be there on Thursday, July 23 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm to take the flow- ers, fruits and vegetables. There is no cost to enter and all exhibits are returned. Premiums for first, second, and third place are given for each category of $3, $2 and $1 resPectively. There are lots of categories and the fair board wants to give out lots of premiums. Besides, the premium there is the pride of exhibit- ing and the fun of seeing other peoples entries. We really want to see this year's fair a successl If you have any questions please call Dawn Holmes at 741- 0846. Final plans made for Adams County Rodeo With the new Rodeo Board in place, they are striving to spruce things up at our Rodeo Grounds (please go visit the rodeo grounds if you haven't) There is so much work being done and it looks abso- lutely BEAUTIFUL. However, we are still a long ways from having enough funds to go. We need your help... It is going to be an exceptionally good event this year. We will have a big parade through downtown mainstreet on Sat at 5 pm, lineup at 4 pm. Pries will be awarded to parade participants & all partici- pants will get inl,o the rodeo free. We will have a "lst Annual ASAP Scholarship awarded in memory of Charley Stovner" to a young cowboy that is string to become the world best bareback rider. We will have a Professional Rodeo Announcer. Here is your chance to help make this event the best ever. If you would like to be a sponsor or make a con- tribution, please send it to Adams Coufty Rodeo Board. Donations: Box 23, Council Idaho 83612. Please make your cheek payable to: Adams County Rodeo Board They are doing all we can to make sure that you get your $8 worth of advertising. We will have flags, banners, poster board ads and much more. Hope to see you out on ,July 24 & 25. This event will bring folks from all over to-help boost our economy. Let's all get Involved & help each other. Council Downtown business plan customer appreciation day A group of downtown businesses have teamed up to have a customer appreciation day on Saturday, July 18 at 1 pm. The businesses are fixing a free lunch so they can show how much their customers are appreciated because it is these customers that keep Council going. Food bank open next week The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry will be dis- tributing food on Tuesday, July 21 from 3 to 6 pm at their location adjacent to the Nazarene Church in Council. Local yoga classes begin .Debbie Cahill will be offering yoga classes starting Tuesday. July 14. Classes will be from 9 to 10 am in the library meeting room and will be offered Tuesday mornings for at least the next six weeks. All ages and ability levels are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat if you have one. Get ready for the Rodeo Parade! Heads up everybody! There will be a parade before the rodeo on Saturday, July 25. starting at 5 pm. The lineup will begin at 4 pm near Tater Tots. The parade will go through the Rodeo Grand Entry and all participants will get into the rodeo free. The categories are as follows: best peewee boy (7 and under), best peewee girl (7 and under); best Big 9_ day sale - Need a. idea for a wedding or birth- day gift? stop in and take a look at a large selection of beautiful glassware: vintage table cloths t more: UNIQUE HOKSE TKAILEK: small enclosed trailer" 19JO's bow front ladies desk: waterfall vanity: large mirrors: kitohen dil, dng tables: 1920"s By-A-La dye cabinet: 1937 .oper gas stove: dresser: daybed: nice swivel bar stools: TV stand: heavy duty long base oabinet-great for a workbench - storage: lace ourtains: hundreds of vintage cookbooks and more: use-able kitchen items: small kitehen appliances: pots and pans' beautiful used wool area rugs: raise, used furniture: bedding: vinyl windows and doors .asst sizes: hanging shelves: prints form Idaho artists" and so much more!!! The Alpine Store (208) 2:8-904 1 boy (8-18), best girl (8-18); best man," best woman; best matched pair; best novelty such as pioneers or Indians; and best wagon or buggy. There will be ribbons presented to the winner of each category. Yahoo! Please help us make this the best parade ever in Council! We need the support of every rider in Adams County and beyond. Paula Schuck's new home Paula has arrived at St Al's this week. She is in Room 3402 and can be reached on her cell phone: (208)-741-1311. Let's give her a call or send her a card & let her know we are still thinking about her Alcoholics Anonymous Monday & Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. at the Council Library, 253-4366 City Council meeting I ,ostooned The Council City Council meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, July 14, was postponed until Monday, July 20 due to lack of quorum. The meeting will begin at 7:30 pm. Natural helper retreat rescheduled The natural helper training scheduled for June 29 and the 30 has been changed to July 27 and 28: Students who were in grades 6-7-8- and 9 during 2008-2009 are welcome to attend. Call the school to sign up or for more details and ask for Fran Ogden or Keri McCall. Cuprum Book by local author on sale Thunder in the Mountains a self-published book on the history of Black Lake. Idaho from 1862-1909 is now available. The book was written by Curprum resident Butch Cornell. who spent several years going through old newspapers to find interesting tidbits and fascinating pictures. The book can be purchased for S15 by contacting Butch at 253-4483. A copy will also soon be available at the Council library. New Meadows Leroy Matthews Memorial Fund established ..... A fund has been Started in memory of Leroy Matthews for a tree and plaque to be placed in the New Meadows City Park. Donations may be sent to Leroy Matthews Memorial Fund in care of New Meadows City Hall. Questions may be directed to Scot Kump (253-6666), Mac Quails (347-2171) or Drew Pajak (253-4944). Cambridge Cambridge Rodeo coming up The Cambridge Rodeo is July 30. 31 and August 1. Local entries will open on July 21 at 7 pm. Call Karma at 989-7296 to enter. Do not call before July 21. Local events include Mutton-Bustin for all three nights starting at 7:30 (ages 3 to 7. participants must wear helmets). On Friday and Saturday, the local event will be Steer Riding for ages 8-14. Junior Novice Barrels for ages 12 and under and Senior Novice Barrels for ages 13-18. The main rodeo will begin at 8 pm each evening. Call Memorial Hospital Auxiliary McCall Home Tour Saturday, Ju,y ,, Tour seven of the most lovely unique homes in McCall. Buses will take,you to six homes. You can walk from the staging area to the seventh home. Morning buses depart at 9:45 a.m. Afternoon buses depart at 12:55 p.m. Lunch will be available at the staging area for $10. Tickets $25 each Available for sale at: McCall Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop, Krahn's Home Furnishings, McCall Drug, Mountain Monkey Business, and McCall Memorial Hospital Marketing Office. For more information call 634-4061, ext. 271 Proceeds from the McCall Home Tour 2009 .will go towards medical equipment at McCall Memorial Hospital. Take part in the Cambridge Rodeo Parade! Do you have a great idea to show off your "herd" in the Cambridge Fair and Rodeo parade on Saturday, August 1? Are you a business and want to give yourself some free advertising? Maybe your church would would like to enter a float. And if your family is the best "herd" around, enter them in the parade! Line up will be at 5:30 pm and parade will begin at 6:30 pm. Phone Sue Wells at 550-0449 to get entry forms. Or just pick one up at City Market or at the Cambridge Post Office. Midvale Come learn about sage- grouse at ffee barbecue Adams County landowners and others irlterested in natural resource issues are invited to a free bar- becue next week to learn about sage-grouse. The West Central Sage-grouse Local Working Group hosts its annual summer barbecue on Wednesday, July 22 at the VFW Hall in Midvale. Enjoy burgers and dogs and all the Fmin's at 6 pm, followed by the regular meeting at 7 pm. You'll learn about our local sage-grouse population and what area ranch- ers are doing to preserve and improve sage-grouse habitat. Hear ideas for what you could do on your land to protect sage-grouse and their habitat. You'll also get an update on the question of whether or not the Greater Sage-grouse could be listed under the Endangered Species Act. The West Central Local Working Group, covering Adams, Washington and surrounding counties, is one of thirteen groups statewide made up of landowners, interested citizens and state and federal agencies trying to enhance habitat to insure the survival of our native sage- grouse. For more information, call Wendy Green at 256-4562. Valley County Want to be fit as a 00ddle? Please join the Heartland Women's Christian ConnecUon for a lovely brunch on Saturday, August 8 at 10:30 am at the Ashley Inn in Cascade. Robin Gerblick, a fitness expert, will be the guest speaker. Also featured will be Heidi Johnson from Pura Vida Day Spa. and fiddling by Carissa Chamberlain. Cost is 815 and reservations are essential by Monday, July 27. Call Cinda 634-8674 or Sheila 634-8704. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries. Crossword, Puzzle ll 42 l 60 61 CLUES ACROSS 1. s: sunflower state 6. Taro roots 11. John Voight' s daughter 14. Women's undergarment 15. Islamic commanders 16. 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