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Page 4 Wednesday, October 3, 2012 q-he Adams County Record Continued from page 3 , rent. In the spring ofof drawing, and oil paint- ]ames and Mike and her 1958 the family moved ing and took classes great grandson Devin Continued from frontpage to the Craig home ranch from some distinguished Daniels. near Midvale where they artists. She had several She is survived by State University at 2012. skills students should have lived for over 30 years, showings and won Best her daughter Sally Ann Pullman. She completedCindi is listed on thewithin their K-12 educa- Dorothy was involved of Show, Agriculture Summers and husband two bachelors degrees at schools web site as cur- tion careers so they will in many community Art, at the 1973 Western Bill, her son U.S. Senator the University of Idaho - riculum coordinator, graduate from high school activities, including the Idaho Fair. Larry E. Craig, retired,one in outdoor recreation although she still mentors able to succeed beyond Rebekah s, Weiser Mental Ranch life and her hob- and wife Suzanne, her and the other in elemen, other teachers. The two high school in post-sec- Health Association; Red bies of art and gardening grandchildren Iulie tary education. She fell in jobs fit together well. She ondary education and the Cross, heart, cancer and took up most of her time. Summers Prather, Marnie love twice - with Idaho helps to find the textbooks w0rkforcC' arthritis fund drives. She Her vegetable garden Summers, Michael Craig, and withsheher husband, teachers need, assesseso'This yea.rfgotoff:,to aCd -d was JayShaecraig,Craig14AndersOngreat g and JOe,U of WhI Joe wasmetElectricalat the whatStudentls beingneeds taughtt assurefiLts she missedrugnstartso ermmffl'th~Ue helped to promote the prolific, and her flowers building of the swimming were always beautiful. pool in Midvale. She was She kept a daily diary of rand _ _ da s o" he e es- children, 1 great great Engineering Departmentthose needs and that therrS.tTheY;ay ; :re 2chool a long time member of the weather, ranch activi- granddaughter and16 Head and Professor at the dents are le ruing wh .. , ., e .... c the Cowbelles, serving as ties and newsworthy nieces and nephews. University. the teachers are teaching, startea, in me miatue t,t RiverPresidentcowbellesf the Weiser- eventSand In thefr 56earlyyears. 1990s will belh dt thef h;r2 f p2of; f 712g yeOns, th; tfhecrulrObcSull;LO ;~ : ;hothnTcOrkS~eP Smh;geO Historian for the Idaho Dorothy and Elvin retired Methodist Churchy on teaching in Moscow for 8 with the new Common had died. State Cowbelles. She was from the ranch tO a Saturday, October 6 at years, she and Joe moved Core State Standards. , Cindi is a self-described on the Board of Directors home in Payette where 2:00 pro. Services and. to McCall in 2004. when Idaho is one of 48 states workout-nut, exercising of the Intermountain she gardened, painted arrangements are under Joe retired. A year later, to adopt these standards in one way or another six Cultural Center and and became active in the direction of Shaffer- Cindi went to work full in order to make them days a week. She no Ion- Museum and served for her church and commu- Jensen Memory Chapel, time as a reading special- more consistent from ger runs marathons, as she a time as Washington nity. She became a mere- Payette. Condolences ma, y ist at Barbara Morgan state to state. According did in her younger days, County's Republican ber of P.E.O. Chaptee C be made to Dorothys Elementary School in to the Idaho Department but still runs. She also skis State Committee woman, in Payette. In July she family at www.shaffer- McCall, and continued in of Education web site: In (downhill and cross-coun- She and her husband moved to the Salubria )ensenchapel.com. that position for 5 years. June 2009, Idaho joined try), snowshoes, lake kay- were active with the Center in Cambridge. In lieu of flowers the In the fall of 2011 Sue 47 other states, two ter- aks, swims, bicycles, nor- Midvale Lions Club. Dorothy is preceded family suggests con- Weber asked her to help at ritories and the District of dic walks, and backpacks. She always had a great in death by her husband tributions be made to Meadows Valley. The prin- Columbia in committing She and Joe have been love of art. She helped Elvin, her sisters Mary the Salubria Center cipal was leaving, scores to develop a common core married almost 25 years. organize the Four County Ann Heavener, Shirley of Cambridge or the needed to be raised and of state standards for profi- Cindi said, I have two Art Guild, serving as Mitchell and Laura Mac Cambridge Ambulance the school needed orga- ciencyinEnglish-language grown daughters, Holli President. She did a lot Wilson, her brothersFund, c/o Shaffer-Jensennizational help. Cindiarts and mathematics for "and Chelsea. I also have , Memory Chapel, EO. Box focused on , improv- grades K-i2. The Common 5 step children. We have - $$word Puzzle 730, Payette, Idaho 83661. ing the schools reading Core State Standardsa HUGE and wonderful ,f""-:' n scores, and then started Initiative (CCSSI) is' family. There are 28 of us ", ~ : .... ~.i~- ~ mentoring other teach-a voluntary, state-ledin total (13 of those are :+ ..... o A birthdaY is just the ] ers. Her qualification as a effort coordinated by grandchildren!) first day of anoth first day_of anoth- ] State certified mentor was the National Governors Cindi is enthusiastic er 365-day jour- er 365-day jour-[ the result of a year and Association Center forabout Meadows Valley i ney arouna me sun, ney..aroun r.ne sun.[ a half of training School Best Practices (NGA School, saying, "We have Enjvy ~,~ trip. " x xtjuy uly uxlJ. [ Superintendent MikeCenter) and the Council of an amazing group of --Author Unknown [ Howard asked her to come Chief State School Officers teachers - a great team. i" lBeginner SudokuWrkfull time in January (CCSSO). These standards We re ,, gonna do greatdefine the knowledge___ ,, and,__things. i i i ii i i914 IMONUMENT CO . =o===o. I I m I I | [ [ "" [ CALDWELL 16191211111 - 1. Long tailed rodents 33. Plural of o~ [ 5. Meets the Danube in 35. She sang with the Pips ] I I 'I ! I14161 343-0471 Belgrade 43. Setting out I 9. Bohemian dance 44. Swiss river I I [ I 10. 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