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Page 18 Wednesday, July 18, 2012 Prize winners from last week The Adams County Record Joanna from Council won a gift certificate from the Seven Devils Caf@. The Ace Saloon won Avon products and a picnic basket. BY DALIFISK a fundraiser for Rose Last week we featured Advocates. Here are the an article about the photos of some of the Curiosity Spot's July 4  winners. raffle winners. It was Doug from Council won a one-year subscription to the Adams County Record. Southwest Idaho Resource Advisory Committee to Accept Proposals for 2013 The Southwest Idaho Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) will be accepting proposals for review and possible funding for Fiscal Year 2013. "3-he RAC will be very busy over the next two months because they have about $550,000 to award for 2013" said Payette National Forest Supervisor Keith Lannom. ""/he authority of the RAC to recommend projects expires on September 30, 2012, so they need to complete recommendations for 2013 in the next 8 weeks." A series of meetings and proposal deadlines have Service personnel, through meaningful role in deciding gov/boise, or from the been established by the RAC partnership agreements or how federal funds are Designated Federal Official over the next few weeks, by open-bid contracting spent on public lands;' said (DFO) Kim Pierson at New The funds are available with individuals and Lannom. The Southwest Meadows Ranger District, through the Secure Rural corporations. The RAC Idaho RAC covers the P.O. Box J, New Meadows, Schools and Community works closely with the Forest Payette and Boise National ID 83654. Pierson can Self Determination Act, Service to recommend Forests and the Fairfield also be reached via e-mail which was reauthorized by projects that will benefit Ranger District on the at kpierson@fs.fed.us, or Congress for one year. forest health, fish, w/ddlife, Sawtooth Nationa/ Forest phone at 208 -347-0301. RAC-funded projects soils, watersheds and and the Middle Fork Potential project must be located on National other resources; maintains District on the Salnion- sponsors should contact Forest System Lands in roads, trails and other Challis National Forest. local Forest Service offices Adams, Boise, Elmore, Gem, infrastructure; or control Applications for RAC to obtain information Valley, and Washington noxious reeds, proposals can be obtained that may be needed for counties or on nearby "RAC participation at http://www.idahorac.org/ a proposal and to ensure lands if the project will enables local county , http://www.fs.usda.gov/ proper agreements and benefit resources on the resident, to have a payette, http://www.fs.usda, paperwork are completed National Forests. Projects can be completed by Forest Food & Fuel O 17 Michigan (Hwy 95) s..,, Council 253-0093 24 Hour Cardtrol Truck Scales/ Fish & Game Licenses Showers DeliSandwiches Gifts BEER Western Tac GOT WE DOt Out of State $50.00 per year 108 Illinois Avenue, Council 253-6961 that will enable the project sponsor to obtain funding if approved by the RAC. Selected project sponsors may be asked to make a 20-minute presentation to the Southwest Idaho RAC on September 13. Times will be assigned by the DFO. Proposal deadline: Aug. 20, 2012. Completed applications should be mailed to Kim Pierson, New Meadows Ranger District, P. O. Box J, New Meadows, Idaho 83654. 2012 Subaru OUTBACK re's22 476 PRICE SAVES2000 -;- GENTRY .mc00 25,909 OFF MSRP ILL WlIlM.MINEI s21,270 FINANCING AS LOWAS 0.9% APR ON APPROVED CREDff StJBAI:CJL