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Page 6 Wednesday, October 31, 2012 The Adams County Record Council Lions Club First Monday at 6:30 pm in the Legion Hail. Third Monday at 6:30 pm in a rotating local restaurant. Call 253-0082 for more information. Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry Distribution off Highway 95 in Indian Valley. You'll find handmade soaps and lotions, preserves and potions, stitchery, jewelry, fine art, woodcraft and more. Enjoy homemade lunch featuring pulled pork sandwiches, chili, and salad. And we've bumped up the prize in our annual holiday raffle: You could win a $150 U.S. Bank gift card! If you can't make it to the Craft Fair, get your raffle tickets at U.S. Bank in Council or Kaye York's Gallery in Cambridge. Proceeds benefit the Indian Valley Community Hall. Cambridge Heartland Genealogists Council Attention snowbirds First Tuesday 3-5 pm at Nazarene Church. If you are going to be out new temporary address so ............................................................................................................................................................... of the area for long, please you won't miss a single issue Senior center Food Pantry let the Record know yourof the paper! Open to all in need. Tue / Wed / Fri 9 am- 3 pm at the Council Senior Center. 4-n club looking for work November 5 at 3pm at the Cambridge Museum will be our last formal meeting and all visitors are welcome. I'm sure mreryone has that one ancestor who they can't find, join us and have more people helping you search. Come see what we have planned for the great year 2013. If you're not already a member, join to get in .on all the fun. Our December meeting is our Christmas dinner, for members only, and the date will be decided at this meeting, please attend, the more the merrier, and Christmas dinner is always superb. 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 pro, South Fairfield Street in Council Cmmcii 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 Cafe. Beta Sigm~ 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. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 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 IV Ladies Auxiliary Potluck Third Saturday at 6:30 pm in the Indian Valley Fire Hall. t- Council Senior Center I All meals served at noon with milk ! & coffee. All ages welcome. Cuddy Mountain Clovers yard work, please contact 4-H Club is looking for the Extension Office at 253- Seniors in the Council area 4279 or Courtney Fisher at needing help with autumndfisher@csd13.org. We will yard work. If you would help on a first come - first like the club to help rake, served basis. mow, or do general autumn Attention all quilting ladies. Council Mountain Quilt Guild's monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, November 1st at the Council Senior Center. We'll start at 4:00 pm and the program will be making a placemat set. Bring supplies including sewing machine and materials to make this 0253. Bring a sack lunch for dinnertime, as we meet until at least 8 pm. For ladies new to the area, this would be a grand opportunity tO come and meet other women with similar interests and start on a new project or continue with any unfinished ones. Hope to see simple project. Shirley you there. Contact Program Campbell and Sue Warren Chairman, Gemini Mclntyre are in charge so for a supply at 253-4992 if you have any list contact Sue at 253-questions. Highway cleanup Local Democrats will meet fall cleanup along two miles at Lakey's Caf6 on November of Highway 95. Anyone is 10 at 9:00. AM to do their welcome to come help. W'm $150 at the Indian Valley Craft Fair The Indian Valley Craft year it's November 3rd, from Fair is always the first9:00 to 4:00 at the Indian Saturday in November. This Valley Community Hall, just Art, Antique & Craft Sale The Hell s Canyon Art Guild is sponsoring its 10th Annual Art, Antique & Craft Sale, November 10 & 11, at the Cambridge Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. The show is open Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 4pm. Forty vendors will be offering a wide range of handmade and unique items for sale, and lunch will be available, For more information contact Anna at 257-3237 or Kaye at 257-3277. New Meadows Candidate forum A candidate forum for those running for county offices will be held at the Meadows Valley school gym on November 1. From 6:00 - 7:00 PM, meet the candidates in person and enjoy some light refreshments. The forum will begin at 7:00 PM. McCall Play at the Alpine Theater Performances of "Honk Jr.;' a musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson story of the Ugly Duckling, will begin Friday, October 26 at the Alpine Theater. The play features 24 students from area schools, ages 7 to 15. Performance schedule: Friday, Oct. 26th-- 7:00. Saturday, Oct. 27th -- 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Friday, Nov. 2 == 7:00 PM. Saturday, Nov. 3 -- 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Tickets are $5 for all ages and can be purchased at McCallDrug. ? BY STEPHEN WALLACE With the holidays rapidly approaching, many teenagers will be behind the wheel visiting family and friends -- and often copying the driving behavior of their parents. But, is that a good thing? Not necessarily. New research from SADD and Liberty Mutual Insurance reveals an alarming example of do what I say, not what I do when it comes to distracted and dangerous driving. For example, 66 percent of teens believe their parents follow different rules behind the wheel than they set for their children, with approximately 90 percent of teens reporting that their parents speed and talk on a cell phone while driving. In addition; teens report Specifically, the surveythat nearly half of parents found teens observe their (47 percent) sometimes parents exhibit!ng the drive without a seatbelt. following driving behavior Prior driving research at least occasionally: 91 from SADD and Liberty percent talk on a cell phone; Mutual points out that 88 percent speed; 59 percent parents are the number one text message; 20 percentinfluence on teen driving drive after drinking alcohol; behavior. and 7 percent drive after See FACING PAGE '"~I) using marijuana. MORAY TUESDAY Chicken Enchilladas, Peas & Carrots. Rice, Fruit / Apple Raisin Crisp ! WEDNESDAY i Pork Roast. Augratini Potatoes, Vegetable, Green Salad. Rolls. Fruit Salad L THURSDAY FRIDAY Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage. Scrambled Eggs, Fruit. Cookies Cambridge Senior Center Meals are served Wed ~a~ noon~ & Fri (at 5.'30pmL AIi aee.s are welcome. Beef Pot Roast. Potatoes. Cahoots. Onions. Tossed Green Salad. Biscuits. Mmbled Chocolate Bars Chili Con Carue. Coru Bread. Tossed Green Salad. Fruit. Cookies New Meadows Senior Center Chicken n" Dumplings. Salad Bar. J ello Salad. Meal co'e served ;3~o>~dav. "W~.'(/ ,, Fri. Roll., r~, , ~ .. - LJcS, ~.I~ Bfef Ste~. Sa!ad ,,~ B:ead. Dessert Baked Chicken. Potatoe~ Au Uam-. Green Beer' Casserc, le. Sak