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He reports that it is a lot of fun, but a lot of hard work zt the same time. Meagan Boll of Boise spent the weekend of the July 4th in the valley with her family. Wlmael! Remington Summers went to a track meet, where she competed in several races including a relay race in which her team won. And he got metals too, R2_h, Rah! Earlier in the week Sharon Gagin got her pic- ture taken at TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) for being the ID # 281 Council Chapter QueenI Did you see Sharon's picture in the paper, last week? Sharon looked GreatI Chris Gagin is on the mend finally. Yeahl This past week, , _ Schwar00 Construction Troy Schwartz [ 208-253-4210 [ Excavating Road Building Snow Removal Rock Products Utilities 2331 Old Hornet Rd Council, ID 83612 Annette Stevens with Connor and Brenna went to Dezarae Graham's place to have a swim on a nice hot day. Their dog Bailey Stevens had six puppies of a border collie mix, this past week. On Wednesday, Connie and Ron Homyak went down below, spend- ing the night with her daughter Tammy Evens and having a barbecue in Nampa. On Thursday they spent most of the day at the VA Hospital while Ron took i bunch of dif- ferent tests the doctors had planned out for him. Fish feast Phyllis Ward gave Connie six beautiful trout to eat, and when Sharon Gagin came over on Sunday to visit her, Connie knew that Chris liked fish and since he's been a bit under the weather of late, she sent two of the fish home with Sharon for Chris. So everyone i,ot to enjoy the day (ex(:ept maybe the fish?). This past ,a eek, Harold and Mary Riainger with granddaught er Jenny went up to McCall to cool down (,n the ice. Jenny went ice skating while Harold and Mary watched frorz the side- lines. Afterv'ards, they took time oat to shop and eat bef,re heading home. Happy to be DD On Saturday, very early Jenny left to go on a SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) trip to Washington DC with other students and counselors and won't be back until late on Friday. Thursday, James .an:- Patty, Shaw went to Emmett for the Area Three Advisory Meeting for the Senior Centers only to find that SAGE disbanded all of us. Which Patty doesn't think was legal. Oh! Yes they are back driving the horse, Rio around, the valley again. Lets keep an eye out for Council Food & Fuel 217 Michigan (HWY 95) COUnCil, Idlho. 253-0093 Truck Scales\\; Trip Permits Fish & Game Licenses ,Shower Audio Books Phone Cards 24 Hour Cardtrol Ice" Soda" Beer Deli Sandwiches GAS ~ IIESEL~ HIGH VOLUME PUMPS ALL MA,TOR EDIT CARIXS & NII OTHERS AwlID 220 Virginia Street New Meadows Phone 208-347-2421 Fax 208-347-2428 Hours: Mon-Sat 8 - 8 Sun 9- 6 " Fresh Meat " Garden Fresh lh'oduce ,z Video Rental Fishing Supplies Western Union " Fax Service " Ice . 'ATM VRSAUTO GLASS VALLEY REPAIRS & SERVICES Windshield Repairs & Reglaoements "We will come to you" Most Comprehensive Insurance pays 100% of Chip Repair Brian & Cyndi Dunham Bauer -Indian Valley, Idaho (208) 256-4315 i ( WATER WELLS Licensed and Bonded in Idaho & Washington 75 Years Experience FAST GEOLOGIST HONEST & DOWSER RELIABLE AVAILABLE [FREE ESTIMATES I UHLENKOTT DRILLING Grangeville, Idaho 1-800-754-9606 ThurSday, July 16. 2009 Council Silver & Gold By Guest Columnist Judy Green them and Rio! Rusti Schillings went to Walmart in Ontario and was surprised to find all kinds of low-calorie foods. Rusti didn't even know they existed. Rusti has spent most of her time out in the garden or yard except when it gets to be too hot. Then goes into her house to hibernate. Hay fever It's a very busy tlme of year for the Green fam- ily. The first hay cut- ring is done and in the barn. Tom is busy get- ring enough wood done before winter sets in on all of us. I've been "busy going up and down the roads: twice to McCall. twice to Cambridge, twice to Council, I don't know how many times to Indian Valley and Saturday we both went to Caldwell to see our granddaughter Elma Irene Kinder baptized. What did you do when the power went out???? So what did you all do when the power was out on Monday for 90 minutes? I stuck my nose in the latest James Patterson book. called Swimsuit. It's pret- ty good. I was looking out my dining room window the other night and what did I see? A doe scamper- ing down towards town. Maybe it was heading over to Uncle Ralph's to feast on grapes and tomatoes .... On Tuesday, I had lunch at the seniors, and it was a nice group. Not many people stayed around to play cards, because I think a lot of people head- ed up to New Meadows for Deputy Matthews' ser- vices. What a tragic acci- dent. My condolences go out to both families. We will be having a Cambridge Senior Chatter "cowboy break- fast" at the senior center on July 25. All you can eat for $8. It will be from 7 to 11 am. Come join us. Jerry cooks some really good "viddles". And we promise you won't leave hungry. It's been beautiful out- side and the sun feels good, but I also liked the rain we had on Monday. Bubba Ziellnskl is back home for a visit from boot camp and his heavy equip- ment training. Friday is the big day for the fam- ily to celebrate Bubba and Kaylee's official wedding. These two sure make a great couple and they are such good parents to little Danny and Garrison. I .think Bubba's next stop is Kentucky. Ralph and Phyllis Wilson have a new great-grand- Don't believe anything you / ear and only half of what you see l came into work this morning with high hopes of getting lots done, but the day hasn't been as productive as I would have liked. I first got tied up in a phone call from someone telling me that they heard that the Southwest Area Agency on Aging was disband- ing Area 3, which is our local area that includes our senior center. Well, I spent some time run- ning down rumors and it seems that the only thing they are disbanding is the "Advisory Committee" to SAGE. They are re- organizing and after a change in by-laws they will be accepting appli- cations for new mem- bers on this committee. Whewl I first thought that my world was going to crumble around my ears. I guess my moth- er's old adage was cor- rect "Don't believe any- thing you hear and only half of what you see". I decided it was time to get my hair cut, as I real- ly liked the way I had it styled the last time. how- ever. in my explaining something got lost in the translation and I ended up with a completely dif- ferent style than what I was anticipating. When I was younger, that would have been a "catastro- phe" of monumental proportions. I now look in the mirror and say. "well it will grow out"... in another six to eight weeks. In the meantime, I will have to just have to grin and bear it or wear a baseball cap. It seems as though no one is beating down my door to sign up for this trip to Nampa, but I will give it until the July 23 before I cancel the trip. I spoke with Captain Jim Looney and we agreed on July 21 for the day of our fishing trip. For those of you that signed up, mark your calendars: we will have to leave the senior center no later than 7 am that day as we have to be at the boat landing before 8 am. The cost for the trip will depend upon the number of par- ticipants...if all eight go, the cost will be $5 each. I hope you are getting ready to experience our annual "Spaghetti din- ner" during fair time. This year it will be held on Friday night July 31, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. We will be serving John's famous Spaghetti meat sauce over spaghetti noodles, tossed green salad. "Bodacious" com on the cob, a beverage and dessert. The cost of the dinner will remain the same at 87 per per- son and $'3 for children 10 and under. This year The Adams County Record by Shirley Wilson 741-2417 son named Jack Robert. I hear the baby's grand- mother is going to call him J Bob. Congratulations to Erin on becoming a new mother. I am still waiting for the doctor to schedule me for knee surgery. I thought I would have heard from him by now. I would sure like to get it over with. I have been doing some swimming at Starkey's to exercise my legs. Doug was in town last week for a short visit; it was sure nice to see him. I'm sure the ladies of Council were glad to see his smiling face. I'm afraid my brain is in standby mode. It doesn't seem to want to work today. So for this week I won't bore you any longer. Have a good week and make someone smile. In return, you will smile. Be good to one another. by Janice Cawyer 257-3358 we may even have enter- tainment, the Council Jammers have given a tentative OK, but I will have to wait until tomor- row after this paper has gone out to know for sure. So polish up your dancing shoes and come sing and dance the night away. July 23 is our next Foot Spa day. Appointments are still available from 10:30 am until noon. Give me a call here at the center to reserve your spot today! July 29 will be our last blood glucose and blood pressure clln- ics of the month. Both of these clinics are free. I know I had more to say, but I've forgotten what it was. so until next time. be well. be happy and go with the flow... it's so much easier than always trying to paddle upstream. i, 'FIE r: 1 ill ']illT,[qi l'.lll", ;t,i;l'lFll!.IIITlillll'rtll:l E:JI'I,I[? ll fJl:!i:/Elll FK., I f "!iF,", ]J]l:[lliI|]ii:tlllli, llllllllllllilllillllmlDi/lllmlllllllllliillll[lllll