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Page 2 Council's Dear Editor, I hope everyone will come help kick off Council's holiday sea- son with our annual Christmas Party Day. We will have this event on December 1, 2012. There will be craft stations, a Dear Editor, From idealism and hope with our beginnings at Plymouth Rock and Jamestown colony, the goal of the Pilgrims and colonists became simply to survive. No one could foretell back then we someday would actually have a destiny, a "Manifest Destiny" Through our proud but painful voyage, through the bloody wars and the debilitating depressions, we as a nation have under- stood that our destiny is and always shall be a mov- ing target, always being replaced by another, never resting too long on our momentary achievements, never becoming over- assuming with the gold pot somewhere at the end of the future's uncertain rainbow. Great as they are and have always been, our brave, selfless fighting forces are only one com- ponent we can thank for our survival. As we recall the journey we have travelled, the road Movin' Forward Christmas Santa house, a craft fair, the Senior's Annual Chili Feed and of course our wonderful parade. Times for everything, and locations, will come out soon, so please help celebrate a fun time for kids and adults alike. We Destiny was through some of the worst of times of this old world. America was founded upon dreams, ideals, hard-work by inde- pendent thinkers and the promise to our children that their lives would be better than ours. The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of The United States of America reposing righteously with- in the National Archives in Washington D.C. are what "we the people" are all about. Those docu- ments define us to our- selves and to the world. They tell the world that we are a land like none other has been or will be again. That we are a people of laws, values, beliefs and we are a unique, diverse people, still with a destiny, a "Manifest Destiny." Just twenty one years old in 1776, Nathan Hale said before being hanged: "I only regret that "I have but one life to give for my country:' What created Nathan Hale also creat- ed every other American Wednesday, November 7, 2012 I IIIl appreciate all the wonder ful help from the commu- nity. It will be a great time. >t/oily a);ll,'cow Cr di mag or hero, it is all inclusive in the above documents; it is a commitment by and from our government with a foundation of equality and opportunity. The strangling, thick, black smoke carried the particles of human ash for weeks; ashes sanctified by fanatic's fires from where once stood the souls of three thousand America family members, dream- ers, parents and children. The "Twin Towers" once were just buildings, now they are symbols. They were destroyed to bring down Wall Street and America. But America isn't a building or just our ecoriomy; America is us! America is our attitude, our patriotism, our belief that Americans are every race, religion and some- times weren't even born here. Americans are not perfect people, we know that. But we unceasingly endeavor to be worthy of those precious documents. Ed 'ovweSom Thank You Dear Editor, .Thank you to all of our friends and church fam- ily for your love and sup- port and many prayers during the difficult time our lives. God bless you all. The.Dukes, Bornoty's and Malones Dear-Editor, Check our website for details on upcoming sales. Office: 208-365-4401 1611 W. Salesyard Rd. Emmett t Idaho 83617 The Moyer family would like to extend a very heartfelt thank you to the people in the communities of New Meadows, Council, and McCall for all of their kindness and extreme generositY after we tost our home and all of 0ur belongings to a fire. We cannot thank all of you enough for the mon- etary donations, canned food, casseroles, clothes, toys for Jaeda, electron- ics for Lilly, gift cards, household items, offers of places to live, and helping hands. We will try to thank as many of you as we can person, ally, but we dofft have addresses for everyone, Continued 1' RIVERS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Sales Every Tuesday starting at Noon Next Feeder Special on November 20, 2012 Call 365-4401 for details or to Consign Feeder sales scheduled each month through February, dates to be announced and some donations just anonymously showed up! We are overwhelmed by your thoughtfulness and generositY. Having all of you in our lives means the world to us right now as we try to rebuild our lives. We feel very blessed to be part of not one, but three, incredibly caring rural communities. We will never forget how you came together for us in our time of need. Thank you als0 to the fire com- panies who tried to save our house and the kind Adams CountY deputies. Thank you! The Moyer family, John, Linda, Lilly, and laeda Dear Editor, Council Valley Ambulance Service gratefully acknowledg- es and appreciates the thoughtful money dona- tion received from Fred and Shirley Glemser. Dear Editor, A great big heartfelt The Thank You thank you to everyone who helped me cele- brate my 90th Birthday. I enjoyed the afternoon very much, visiting with each and every one of you and the potluck was wonderful. For those of you who couldn't make the partY, your cards, phone calls and thoughts brightened the days before and after. Thank you for making this such a memorable day! Lila Coates and family. Dear Editor, The Council Fire District would like to thank Sue Douglas, Mike Christianson and Darlene Douglas for the generous donation made to the Burn Out Fund for help to members of the communitY in their time of need. Dear Editor, SRg's - The Haunted House 2012 want to thank: All the young, strong men for moving our Adams County Record very heavy props; Frito Lay, Rocky and Darlene Spady, Brenda Howard, MeadowCreek Gold Resort Association, Janie Cole, Linda Fry, Gaye Branstetter, Ginger Getusky, Cuddy Mt. Water, Ronnie's Market, The Ace Saloon, Wilson's Lounge, Lyll Sail, Pumpkin people, the Adams County Sheriff's Department, the Adams County Commissioners, the Adams County Historic Preservation Commission, the City of Council, the cast, the crew; patrons and sur- rounding communities, our all volunteer, non- profit organization. All proceeds go back to the community and the Haunted House for 2013. It takes a village! If we have forgot- ten anybody, you know who you are. Thank you, thank you! The-Haunted House Organization: Cindy Minder (Pres.), Peggy Pinkal (Vice Pres.), Sandra Hoxie (Treas.), Sonyia Cummings (Sec.). 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