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Page 2 Wednesday, August 22, 2012 The Adams County Record Death Notice I Salute The Indian Valley Volunteer Fire Fighters Dear Editor, highway had jumped on the fire. I am eternally I would like to salute the highway or sparksgrateful. And thank you to and thank the Indian had gotten across to my all the people who called Valley Volunteer Fire property, I would have to make sure I was OK or Fighters. They are a super been in grave danger and I needed help. group of people, and boy could have lost a lot. are they good at their job. So thank you, all of If the fire along the you people who helped Dear Editor, money to our 4-H & The Ace Saloon Golf FFA Exhibitors in the Tournament would likeLivestock Sale! These folks to thank all the sponsors, are fantastic supporters donators and participants of the Adams County in this event. It was a great Fair and we appreciate success and could notthe generosity they have have been accomplished shown this year and without you. Your always. Thank you so generous support raised much! $1,460 for the shop fund. The Adams County Thank you! Livestock Sale The Ace Saloon Golf Tournament @ @ We would like to express our most sincere THANK YOU to our Adams County Commissioners; X5 Ranch, Joe & Dawn Holmes, & Browns Recycling. Our commissioners are supportive all year and the committee especially thanks you for adding Dear Editor, I would like to thank everyone who supported the Adams County Fair. Especially McAlvain Inc. for buying my market swine and everyone who added extra. I would also like to thank Tami Testa for being an awesome leader and everyone at the extension office for all their help and hard work. Thanks! Savannah Schaffer @ Dear Editor, A very big thank you to Dave Feil. On Thursday he saw my daughter fall off her longboard on her way to town. He got into his golf cart and went to the kids to see how he could help. He stayed with them until my mom got there, having Zoe talk to him. She hit her head really hard and. was in a daze. He took the bikes and longboard to his house until Tim could go get them. It is a v#onderful feeling to know that Dave is in this town, willing to help my children without knowing them. Thanks Dave! Alon Day Death Notice Betty Colson Kelley Betty Colson Kelley, 85, of Cambridge Thomason Funeral Home, Weiser. passed away Thursday, August 16, 2012 Condolences may be sent to the family at at a local care center. Arrangements are pending under the direction of LABOr, BAY WEEKENI1 in New Meadows! Friday, Saturday, $u,day, Moaday August I. September Ist 2ad. a.d CALL AEI"S $ OEAFTS FAIE MUP VOLLEYBALL -'New this year! OAK SEOW LO##IN# $ttOW BBO. AT NOON ON SUNPA dgNlOE SENIOE BUELINO CONTEST 47-2171 OE 47-2 $ FOE INFOEMMION CMck out the New Website www. eadowsvalleydays.or l Kathleen A. Eckard Kathleen A. Eckard, 63, of Payette, of Thomason Funeral Home, Weiser. died Wednesday, August 15, 2012. Condolences may be sent to the family at Arrangements are under the direction Death Notice Kevin Cox Kevin Cox, formerly of Council, died Austin, Texas on August 16, and a local August 9, 2012. Services were held" in memorial service is planned. NRCS Offering Grants to Develop to Agricultural Practices Help Farmers, Adapt to Drought Up to $5 million in grants are available from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to evaluate and demonstrate agricultural practices that help farmers and ranchers adapt to drought. NRCS is taking applications for Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) to help producers build resiliency into their production systems so they can adapt to climatic extremes, such as the cflrrent drought impacting the nation. NRCS is offering the and state governments grants to partnering and non-governmental entities to evaluate organizations can apply. innovative, field-based Funds will be awarded conservation technologies through a competitive and approaches. Thesegrants process for projects technologies and/or lasting for one to three approaches should lead years. Apply electronically to improvements such at as enhancing the water-or contact the NRCS holding capacity in soils National CIG office at and installing drought- (703) 235-8065. tolerant grazing systems, View the complete which will help farms and Announcement of ranches become more Program Funding at www. resilient to drought, or http://www. Grant applications are due Oct. 15, 2012. Private cig/. individuals, Tribes, local THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD USPS: 005-120 Copyright 2012 The Adams County Record is published weekly at 108 Illinois Ave Council, Idaho 83612-000R by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC Lyle San, Publisher. 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