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"i-he Adams County Record Cambridge Senior Chatter Aerobics at Mundo Here we are once again in the month of November; just one more month and Christmas will be upon us and another year will be gone. Another day and this Election will be over, and I can tell you that I for one will be glad. I'm tired of all the phone calls, e-mails and polls. I'm ready for them to go away! I can only hope that whoever is elected will be shown far more respect than our current President has been and that Congress can get back to doing the work they were supposed to have been doing the last four years instead of their current goal, which was to make President Obama a one term president. Its time, no matter who is elected, to work together and solve problems, not to be the problem. I received a call from Dennis Cornwell, an insur- ance broker who wants to do a seminar on a new plan for Medicare in this area, called Pacific Source. I Wednesday, November 7, 2012 don't know anything about the plan, but I told him that he is welcome to rent out the senior center and sake his presentation to the community. As soon as I get the paperwork back, I'll let you know the date and time in case you want to check out the specifics of this program. I see our stretching coach, Candy Clark, is offering a water aerobics class at the Mundo pool on qqaursday's at 6:30 PM. I didn't make it to last week's class, as I spent the day in Boise and was just plain tired I think there were about 5 people there for class. This week I plan on making that num- ber grow by one. I hope to see you there, even if you don't do much, the warm water feels great on these cool evenings. Next Wednesday, November 13, we will be taking the van to Ontario for a day of shopping. If you're interested in join- ing us, give me a call at 257-3358. If I don't answer, Page 9 by ]anice Vuich Cawyer -- 257-3358 leave a message and I will get back to you. Tuesday, November 20th will be our Thanksgiving dinner, after which the cen- ter will be closed for the remainder of the week. "l-his month's foot clinic will be on November 26, and this month's food pan- try will be on Thursday, November 29. Besides Pinochle on Monday and Friday evenings and exer- cise class every Monday, Wednesday and Friday " morning at nine, things around the center will be pretty quiet till the end of the year. No fundraisers, just lots of good dinners with old and new friends. If you want to learn how to play Pinochle or play better pinochle, come in before meals on Wednesdays and Fridays there are always people looking to practice their skills. I'm plum out of things to say, so until next time I hope you re well and happy. Bear Facts Comings and Goings By Tina Warner- 258-4471 It has been a very be doneffcourse. busy week at Bear. After Dan and Sauni Martin and Gaye Carter McGahey are enjoy- got their trailer moved to ing their company this Bear from Cuprum, they week. Jim, Collin and spent two days getting it Will McGahey up for ready for winter. Supports the weekend but back to all along under and partial Boise for school. Miss new roof. Much more to Emily McGahey will be visiting longer, for her school in Boise runs on three months and a break all year. And this is her break, so we will be see- ing more of her. Dan is working in Boise for a few days. But Gail Routon is visiting for a late hunt. Ray and Karen Franz of Donnelly spent a couple of days with Lowell Tietje and Nan Rankin. Sunday the ladies drove to Indian Valley where they enjoyed the Indian Valley Craft Fair and purchased some gifts. Franz spent winters Pastor's Corner Pray Continually Two weeks ago I received an early morn- ing phone call, which you learn to brace yourself for as a pastor. One of the teens from our youth group was seriously hurt in an accident and needed prayer. As the day unfold- ed I found myself continu- ously thinking about him and his family and lift- ing them up to the Lord. News of the accident spread quickly over the phone, b)' word of mouth and by social media. Pretty son hundreds of people w.,re praying. That evening, I witnessed ear- nestness tn prayer around the tables at our family night that I have not seen before. We were shaken by this gut-wrenching news, but drawn to pray nevertheless. The verses from 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 guide us in times like this: ,Jeep Parts and Service Open On Saturday. 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(Rom. 8:26) It is in times like these that we do not have the luxury of crafting the exact words to say... we just pray, through the tears, through the heart- ache, knowing that God hears us and answers us. Even in this circumstance, we can remain joyful and thankful that our friend is alive and responding more and more each day and to keep praying for his recovery. Living like that is remaining in God's will for each of you in Christ Jesus. Special bnsiness serices a:ailable a/The Adams Cennj I|ecerd... B&W Copies $.15 each Send and receive faxes $1.00 per page Design Services Low Volume Scanning Assist with e-mail File uploads and downloads Call fer deJails and infermadlen! in Arizona and summer at their home in Donnelly. Sue Warner and two friends left Council Friday night after Sue fin- ished her day's work at the Clinic. She called Joe Sunday evening to say they were in Texas where they will attend the Order of Eastern Star Meeting for members from all over. 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