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The Adams County Record Wednesday, August 8, 2012 Page 7 New Meadows Senior News By Penny Dreyer Bingo August 1st and 15th at 7 pm for the whole family. Have a game night out with your family for only 25 cents a card per game. Come and win some prizes! Ontario trip is August 9th we leave at 8 am the cost is only $10 a person, donation for a senior though. Come on over and play some Pinochle on Friday afternoon from 3 pm to 5 pm and then just stick around for some dinner! Our dinners are served on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday's at 5:30 pro; the cost is a $7 donation to the cen- ter for people under 60 and a $5 donation for 60 and over. Kids under 12 are $4. We are planning a trip to the Boise Zoo on September 11; we will also be going to the art museum and the history museum if we have the time and energy!! The bus will leave at 8 am and the cost for all 3 is $21 a person and then you will need money for lunch and anything else you may want. Please call if you are inter- ested in going, to make sure you have a seat. My phone # is 347-2363 ask for Penny. We will start selling raffle tickets August 13th, this is our annual 60/40 raffle that will go for a month, and then we will have a BBQ in the Park on the 14th of September and announce the winner. The cost is $5 per ticket and we will have 500 tickets to sell so if we sell them all the winner could make $1000, The senior center is hang- ing in there; we have signed with CCOA and are going to do our best to keep ~ese doors open. Any help from the community is always welcomed. We are always in need of meat; that seems to be a large expense for us. I know that a few centers have a cow donated to them from local ranchers, we have lots of ranchers in our area, and if any one feels compelled to help we would be so very thankful!! Cambridge Senior Chatter Success by Janice Vuich Cawyer -- 257-3358 It seems so strange to see the empty fairgrounds now, when just a week ago there were crowds all day long and into the evening hours. But once a year, that's how it is in Cambridge when its time for the Washington County Fair. There were lots of food vendors, more than I think I've seen in past years; the smells were delicious. As you know we had a BBQ Pulled Pork dinner at the Senior Center on Friday night during the Fair, and I must say Jack Coburn's BBQ pork was the best I've ever had. Many thanks to our faithful volunteers who helped ensure that this dinner was a success: Bill Noah, Paul Radasch, Beth Bramble, Dan and Glenda Castleberry, Charlie Caruso, Ed Hargis, Virginia Seid and Wilfred and Maxine Fox. Thank you all for your help! We served around 80 folks, including the band members who really rocked the place with their country music. I do so appreciate their willingness to provide music for our fundraisers. I had heard many people weren't able to come to the dinner because of the fire out on Cow Creek, which was a big topic of conversation that evening. Thankfully our volunteer fire department and fire departments from other locations responded and it was put out rather quickly. We are fortunate to have local individuals who volunteer their time in service to" their community. We are in need of a volunteer to deliver meals to our Meals on Wheels people in Midvale on Friday's. If you can help, please give me a call at 257-3358. Our monthly shopping Pastor's Corner by Les Sheneberger This past week our family was traveling back to Idaho from a family reunion in Northern Minnesota. As I was stopped for a rest break in Dickinson, ND, I noticed our back tire was low. I filled it up and heard a hissing sound. We had caught a nail in the tire! It was Saturday afternoon and all of the tire stores were closed by then. We went over to the Walmart tire with the nail in the" shoulder of it, but could replace it with a new one. As you can imagine my blood pressure started going up due to this unexpected event: When he told me it could be up to a four hour wait, I started trying to think of other options, but there really weren't any. I went for short walk outside and prayed. I needed patience. I also needed the Lord's THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY Family Owned axial Operated tire center. They said they perspective in order to were unable to patch the deal with our kids who r--ffg--q Cattle Sale [ [ Butcher Cattle Sale "~~ [ Pigs, sheep, and goats i "~'" 1901 E. Chicago, Caldwell, Idaho I t-~| .208-459-7475 TollFree1-800-788-4429 were getting antsy. It says in God's Word, "May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind- toward each other that Christ Jesus had toward each Other that Christ Jesus had." (Romans 15:5) Jesus often took time during his journeys to stop and talk with people who needed his help. We thought to make the most of the time. Amy took the He is still in control and provided me with his patience. He helped me discover the hole in the one place and time during that part of our trip that we could receive the help we needed. The next major city was hundreds of miles away. He provided a cool place for us to wait with the kids. He had put our family on someone's heart to get us those thoughtful gift cards. We were inconvenienced, but it girls shopping for a toy. A would have been far worse. family friend had given each of the kids a gift certificate for Walmart, so that kept them busy for a while. James and I hu,ng out together on a bench by the checkout lines. It was good to spend a little time with him. In the end, it only took about two hours before we were On the road again. God taught me that We could have been stuck on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere trying to fix a flat tire and then been forced to stay in North Dakota for the weekend where all of the hotel rooms are booked. I thanked the clerk and told him we were fortunate to have found them open. I thanked God for giving me his perspective! VALLEY REPAIRS & SERVICES Windshield Repairs & Replacements "We will come to you" Most Comprehensive Insurance pays 100% of Chip Repair Brian & Cyndi Dunham Bauer -Indian Valley, Idaho (208) 256-4315 trip to Ontario is on August 14th. I think I mistakenly put the wrong date in last week's paper. If you are interested in joimng us, please give me a call here at the center. Once you shop with us, you may never want to go back to shopping on your own again. We pick yJu up at your door and not only drop you off at your home, but we will bring your groceries or goodies right to your door. All yo6 have to do is to put them away. Not only that, but because of grants, there isn't a charge for the service unless you are under 60. Donations are always welcome, but it's not mandatory. Until next time, try to stay cool in this triple digit heat! Council Valley Free LibraW Book Shelf New Books at the Council Library Adult Emory's Gift by W. Bruce Cameron Darkness Falls by Kyle Mills Criminal by Karin Slaughter Juvenile It's Time for Preschool by Esme Codell The Triumphant Story of an Underdog Olympi~ by Victoria Jamieson You Are My Wonders by Maryann Love Amelia Bedelia, Cub Reporter by Herman Parish Miracle Melts Down by Rosemary Wells - Burial 8ervie - Pre.plannhag Options . Cremation Services ; ~/fonume~t~ 221 E. Court St Weiser, ID 83672 (208) 414-i234 www, Lien.kaempeffl'~o mason,corn B&WCopies $.15 each Send and receive faxes $1.00 per page Design Services Low Volume Scanning Assist with e-mail File uploads and downloads Call f r dtqails and