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The Adams County Record Bear Facts Cuprum made the news when the Sheriff and his crew found drugs and made some arrests there recently. I understand the house was locked up and the occupants taken to jail. Bobbi Sanchez's sister, Kathy Shanahan, passed away in Medford, Oregon, August 9th. Bobbi returned to Cuprum this week after spending the summer with her sister. Kathy Hogan and Judy I Arbogast made a trip to Ontario last week. While there they had lunch with Gretchen Couch and visited at the home of Jim and Wanda Couch. Cuprum has had a busy summer. Many owners and visitors weekend there. Dawn Robbins son, George Knaup and Desirae from Willow, California spent time with his mother. Also visiting were Desirae's parents, Brad and Heidi Wednesday, August 29, 2012 Page 9 Folks went everyv00here By Tina Warner -- 258-4471 from Twin Falls, and her sister, Amber, and her companion, Dr. Scott Alexander. Tj and Jen Freemen from Meridian, and special guests from White Lake, Oregon, W.I. Roger and Chris Wilder, were also guests of the Robbins. "[heir home was full, and they got to break in the new area by the creek behind their cabin. Also in Cuprum were Clinton Hedges and Jody Rhun, Grace and Kyle Smith, Logan Slate and his mother, Sharon, from Payette. Logan's aunt and uncle, Linda and Mike DeLong from New Plymouth, joined them. Bret Laird and Alishie Riley from Parma, Chad and Natalie Raynor and Penelope Smith and Mike, Brian and Brock Luddeke spent time in Cuprum. Folks went everywhere- -some to Black Lake huckleberry picking, fishing in Snake River or riding up the Microwave Road. All in all, it was a very eventful weekend. Butch and Leila Cornell are in Bremerton, Wasington to scatter her mother's ashes. grandparents, Joe and Sue Warner. His dad, Ben, and his Uncle Sam and Aunt Sarah and great- grandmother, Tina, all helped him celebrate, along with Nan Rarikin and Lowell Tietje, Oscar and Eva Warner Doug, Emily and Dallas are home after spending Smith and a friend, Jan two weeks with their Young and Julie Kolps, mother in Pittsburg, Pa. Ralph Carson and new Their mother brought neighbors, Tiny and Bev them home in time Brower. There was a to celebrate Oscar's special cake to finish the fifth birthday with his day. Cambridge Senior Chatter I'm going to P00SS Today isn't my normal August the 27th at the for both Laurel Sherman day to be writing Cascade Senior Center, and Jean Lagrone who this column, but I'm and I'm actually looking are also set to attend with scheduled to take a forward to both of them. me. q-he coordinator's Passenger Service & The PASS training meeting will hopefully Safety (PASS) training I've had before, several answer many of my class on Saturday, years ago, and I found questions as well as and I have my first it worthwhile. So it will provide us with new coordinator's meeting be a good refresher for forms and direction as with CCOA on Monday me and a new skill set we enter these next two years under the umbrella of CCOA. I will let you know what transpires in my next column. Just a few reminders of events to come: September 14th is our regular monthly shopping trip to Ontario and as usual, Pastor's Corner A week for firsts This is a week of firsts in our family; first day of junior high for my son, and first day of kindergarten for my daughter. For the new teachers in the area, it is their first day of a new challenge. For the sports teams, they will play their first game. Whenever we encounter something new, we are bound to have some worries that go along with it. Will I be able to deal with the new situation? Will I meet friends who will help me along the way? Will I have enough to get by on? Jesus asks a simple question in regards to worry: "Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?" (Matt. 6:27) Of course, the answer would be no. In fact, the added stress of worrying probably takes years off of people. If nothing else, it takes away valuable time that you could have been accomplishing something productive. So what can we do in the place of worry? Jesus tells us: "But seek J @Id) Saturday, Sept. 1, Noon to 4 p.m. Historic Roseberry Big City Selection All At One Location One MileEast of Donneily on E. Roseberry Rd. Ice Cream Hot Dogs & Hamburgers Finn Bread & Pastries White Elephant Sale Antique Engine Demos Crafts Classic Car Show Hay Rides Buggy & Tractor Rides Live Music Live Auction Sponsored by at 2 p.m. Quilt Raffle -. , J s T 0 i i c ,._ at 3 p.m. .ROSE 7 by Les Sheneberger first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." So even before dealing with our own firsts, we should seek after him first. This will help put us in a place of contentment with our situation, knowing He will meet our needs. Jesus goes on to say, "Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own" (Matt. 6:33-34) It may sound clich& but taking it one day at a time is actually biblical! Howard Jones sang the line, "Don't go living your life in one day" There is a temptation to get ahead of ourselves and allow our worries to dominate us. When that temptation arises, seek Him first. We can experience his kingdom and his righteousness as we ponder His Word first before taking on new challenges. Jeep Parts and Service Open On Saturday We service all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician STEVES Phone (208) 549-3310 - Toll Free (800) 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 www. hometownrnotors.corn by ]anice Vuich Cawyer -- 257-3358 there is a sign up sheet food pantry is on on the front table at the Thursday, September senior center. Blood 27th. Pressure clinic will be on Until next time, enjoy Wednesday September these beautiful fall-like 26th and September's days. Council Valley Free Library Book Shelf New Books at the Council Library Adult Fiction The Spymasters by W.E.B. Griffin Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva, Spud: Learning to Fly by John Van de Ruit Spud: The Madness Continues by John Van de Ruit Non-fiction The 5000 Year Leap by W. Cloen Skousen Grace by Anne Lamott Hidden in Plain View by Jacqueline Tobin Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier Juvenile Joan of Arc by Shana Corey DORIAN SINGLETARY Missing since: 08/22/2011 Age at Disappearance: 15 Yrs Missing from: Cordova, MD VRS AUTO GLASS 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