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The Adams County Record Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Page 21 BY FRED i=-RLAND The Fosdick Awards Dinner went off without a hitch on Friday, October 12 at the New Meadows Senior Center. Tom Anderson "Mr. F0sdick; and event Chairperson Roberta Fields, awarded a total of $22,600 that had been raised from the27th Annual Meadows Valley Benefit Golf Tournament also known as The Fosdick. The benefit event was held August 4 and 5 at MeadowCreek Golf Resort. Dinner was great, and so was the company at the Senior Center in New Meadows. The following Awards were given. Meadows Valley School Music Program -- $160. Meadows Valley School Special Education -- $170. Meadows Valley School Community Garden --$200. Meadows Valley School College Math Credits -- $500. Meadows Valley High School Library -- $670. Adams coun- ty Search and Rescue (North End) -- $800. Meadows Valley Schools for Missoula Children's Theater -- $1,000. MeadowCreek Recreation Men's & Women's Golf Associations -- $1,000 toward establishing a youth golf pro- gram. Payette Lakes Ski Club -- $1,150 for after school ski program transportation. Adams County Historical Society -- $3,300 for com- puter equipment and grant matching for replacement windows for the P&IN Railway Depot Museum. Meadows Valley Public Library -- $3,300 for digital camera, computer and training software. Fosdick Scholarship Committee -- $4625. New Meadows Senior Citizens -- $5,725 for oper- ating expenses, freezer, com- mercial meat slicer. All funds are going to great uses, and these funds are only possible through the hard work of community volun- teer's such as Tom Anderson, Sylvia Tinsley, Roberta Fields and so many more. ill; iiiiiiiii!i!i!iiiii!i!iiiii i i ! iii ! ili i; ; ;i;iiii!i ! ? Representatives from the organizations that received Fosdick money, holding their award checks. Backrow, left to right: Bill Freeman, Fred Erland, Colby Neilson, Audrey Linville. Middle row: Roberta Fields, Justice Gregersen, Craig Baker, Cindy Rawlings. Sitting: Audrey Crogh; Loretta McConnor, Maria Krigbaum, Judy Cantu. All are holding their awards granted by Fosdick. Photo by Fred Erland. IlII~ Investing In Your Home's Exter:or Can Save You Money Later and return on investment of a home and deliver terrific peace of mind." If your roof is damaged by severe weather or is old and leaking, investing in a new roof made of durable polymer slate or shake tiles will pay off for decades to come. For example DaVinci Roofscapes makes shingles that have a 50-year warranty, resist impact, fire and all kinds of insects. For exterior trim pieces, swap out wood trim that is susceptible to rotting and insect infestation with urethane and PVC trim products. "Synthetic millwork, like pieces that are available from Fypon, resist moisture, humidity, insects and termites, swelling and rot," Clement advises. the home, like windows and doors, use solidly- constructed, man-made products. For e: ample, energy-efficient Simonton vinyl windows and a fiberglass entryway system from Therma-Tru have long-term warranties, and can help you enhance the long-term value and aesthetic appeal of your home while saving on energy bills. A recent report on return-on-investment and home repair, the "Remodeling 2011-12 Cost vs. Value Report" (, shows that replacing older, inefficient windows with "Once you install these low- and has a higher projected maintenance trim pieces return-on-investment around doors, windows, than several other popular soffits and other exterior home upgrade projects, areas, you're golden." including bathroom major kitchen remodels or that offer great returns the addition of a master on investment, visit suite. Clement's website at www. For more home improvement ideas "Almost no building For functional areas of remodels or additions, :~:[E SAB II LLE SWA ;ON Missing since: 08/18/2012 Age at Disappearance: 15 Yrs. Missing from: Columbia, SC 108 product lasts forever;' he warns. "Homeowners should continually evaluate the exterior elements on their home, research replacement options, and invest in products that are solidly constructed by a quality manufacturer that offers a strong warranty." In Adams County $40.00 per year Out of Adams County $45.00 per year Out of State $50.00 per year Avenue,Council .(L