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Page 4 Council Lions Club First Monday at 6:30 pm in the Legion Hall. Third Monday at 6:30 pm in a rotating local restaurant. Call 253-0082 for more information. Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry Distribution First Tuesday 3-5 pm at Nazarene Church Senior Center Food Pantry Open to all in need. Tue / Wed / Fri 9 am - 3 pm at the Council Senior Center. Indian Valley Improvement League First Wednesday, Locations vary. Call 741- 9099 for info. International Order of Odd Fellows First Wednesday of the month at 8 pm, South Fairfield Street in Council Council Mountain Quilt Guild First Thursday of the month, 4 pm (general) & 6:15 pm (business) at the Council Senior Cen- ter. Cuddy Mountain Ramblers Meets the first Thursday of each month at noon at Lakey's Care. Beta Sigma Phi Second Wednesday at 7 pm rotating venues Quilt Show Committee Third Monday 1:30 pm at 108 S. Main in Coun- cil. Council Bountiful Baskets Every Other Saturday Volunteer at 9 am -- Pro- duce Pickup: 10 am. You must Contribute on- line on the prior Mon/Tues to participate. Council Community Garden Saturday Market 10 am - 12 pm -- Workdays: Tuesday & Saturday starting at 9 am. Events & Activities TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Every Wednesday at 10 am in the Council Valley Free Library Pinochle Every Tuesday at 1 pm in the Council Senior Center. Yoga with Debbie Every Saturday at 9:30 am in the Council Val- ley Free Library Exercise Class Every Wednesday at 10:30 am in the Council Senior Center Writer's Meeting First & Third Thursdays at 7 pm in the Coun- cil Chamber Of Commerce. IV Ladies Auxiliary Potluck Third Saturday at 6:30 pm in the Indian Valley Fire Hall. All meals served at noon with milk & coffee. All ages welcome. Cambridge Senior Center New M Senior Ce Meals are servedMonday, Wed & Fri. " Wednesday, August 15, 2012 Council Library Needs As a fundraiser the library is working on / 2013 calen- dar featuring photos of the old schools of Adams County. If you have a photo, a story or a fond memory please con- tact Patty Gross at the library 253 - 6004. You can email the photos to mbrodiaea@gmail.com or drop them off at the library and we'll return them to you as soon as we've made a copy. This is an exciting project but we can't do it without the Driver license office The Adarms County driver license office will be closed on August 20 and 21. Regular Lions Club Join us at the Lions' Club annual Music Festival Breakfast, Saturday August 19. We will be at the Veteran's Peace Park, next to the Your Memories! help of the community! The deadline for submissions is August 21, 2012. We are looking for infor- mation about the following schools: Alpine, Bear, Council Grade/ High School (OLD), Cuprum, Evergreen, Fruitvale, Glendale, Indian Valley, Lower Dale, Mesa, Middle Fork, Munday Gulch, New Meadows, Orchard, Old Meadows, Upper Dale, White School. temporary closure hours will resume on August 22, 2012. Breakfast Fairgrounds. Good food, cooked to your order, will be served from 7:00 to 11:00. The only inflation will be in the pancakes: price remains the The Adams County Record some good deal as before, $5 Less than 6 years old, enjoy for adults and $2 for kids 6-12. the mess. See you there! Fundraiser Carwash "l-he Council High School cheerleaders will be hold- ing a car wash on Saturday, August 18 to raise money for uniforms. Bring any vehicle, from motorcycles to logging trucks; they'll wash 'em all for a donation! The carwash will take place in the parking lot beside the Heartland Animal Hospital building from 1:00 -4:00 PM. Extra produce Postmaster Anna Fisk has leave it in the Council Post announced that anyone who Office lobby for others to take would like to share their extra home. garden produce is welcome to New Meadows Booster Club Meadows Valley Booster Club is meeting on Tuesday, August 21sL at 4:00 in the Meadows Valley library. We will be electing new Officers. All parents of athletes are encouraged to come. Cambridge Cambridge Jr.-Sr. High to Register August 20 In preparation for classes to will be available from 8:00 AM begin August 22, students at until noon. Questions con- Cambridge High School are cerning registration can be asked to register for classes on answered by calling the high Monday, August 20. Teachers school office at 257-3311. McCall Art in the McCall Artist Connection presents its 7th Annual "Art in the Courtyard" in the Courtyard of the McCall Hotel and Bistro 45 in downtown McCall. Friday, August 24, Courtyard 5-8.0 PM: preview evening for locals live music and frec admission. Saturday August 25, 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM: live music and free admission. Spruce Budworm Defoliation Becoming Visible in Mountains BY LAURA PRAMUK, PNF Western spruce budworm, a native western North America insect, is defoliating Douglas-fir, true firs, spruce, and other conifer species in many parts of southern Idaho. Defoliated trees turn reddish- brown, which are quite visible on many hillsides. The insect populations began to increase in 2004 and are now at an outbreak stage in many areas. Aerial surveys in 20H identified almost 1.2 million acres defoliated in southern Idaho. Indications are the amount d r defoliation in 2012 will be similar. The last outbreak of spruce budworm lasted for over 15 years, with considerable fluctuation in mortality each year. The area annually defoliated then ranged from 200,000 to 600,000 acres. Normally, spruce budworm does not kill trees, but may cause them to have reduced growth and dead tops. Smaller trees experience more mortality because larvae drop from the large trees and collect and feed on smaller trees. The more defoliation a tree experiences, the higher the likelihood of mortality. Larg e Douglas-fir trees that have been heavily defoliated for multiple, consecutive years may be more prone to attack by Douglas-fir bark beetle, resulting in mortality. Control options are somewhat limited over larg_e areas. Keeping stands of Douglas-fir and true firs growing vigorously is the best way to reduce the effects of budworm. The only way to reduce defoliation is by killing the budworm larvae. Several insecticides are available for treating individual trees or small sized tree stands, but they are most effective when larvae are small and have just begun to feed, typically in early summer. Private landowners wishing to treat individual trees with budworm infestations should contact their local Idaho Department of Lands office for additional information. The larvae commonly descend from the needles on silk threads and land on smaller, understory trees. In August the adults begin to fly and lay eggs. An abundance of these small, reddish brown mottled moths will soon appear in many areas of southern Idaho. Budworm populations are usually highest and have the most significant effect in certain types of forests. Dense forests thai are on warm and dry sites with poorer vigor are the most likely to be affected by spruce budworm. More details on western spruce budworm can be found on the internet at http:// www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/ FSE_DOCUMENTS/ stelprdb5357260.pdf MONgAY p Sweet N Sore ork, Steamed RicChinese Veggies, Dess TUESDAY Chicken Maxim, Veggie Sticks, Pickled Beets, RoB, Cottage Cheese, lee Cream WEDNESDAY Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Peas & Carrots, Vegetable Jello Salad, Rolls, Strawberries & lee Cream Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Tossed C-teen Salad, RoBs; Mixed Vegetables, Rhubarb Cake Lasagna, Italian Medley, Salad Bar I Garlic Bread, Dessert THURSDAY FRIDAY Chili Con Came, ,Com Bread. Salad, "FruiL Brownies Pork RoasL Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Squash Casserole, Salad Bar, Rolls, Dessert