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2ND ANNUAl FiT FESTiVAl 2008 MiNi TRiATHlON Y K
Join us in this fun activity for all ages. Everyone will be a winner in this triathlon. There will be no
first place winners but a t-shirt and fun give a-ways for everyone who participates. We want
everyone to get out and exercise.
DIVISIONS & START TIME • WHEN: Saturday, May 31st - 9am
7-8yrs(25 yd swim,1 mile bike,1/4mile walk/run)12:00 Jill Neilsen - Branch Broker
WHERE: Beaver City Pool 9-10yrs(50yd swim, 2 mile bike, ½ mile walk/run)11:30 Office: (435) 438-1606
COST: $15.00 11-12yrs(75yd swim, 2 mile bike, 1 mile walk/run)11:00 Toll Free: (888) 673-1606
DEADLINE: May 23 13-14yrs(100yd swim,3 mile bike, 1.5 mile walk/run)10:30 Fax: (435) 438-1608
REGISTER: City Office 15-16 yrs(150 yd swim, 3 mile bike, 2 mile walk/run)10:00 Cell: (435) 310-0209
NO DAY OF RACE REGISTRATION www.BeaverUtahRealEstate.com
• Adult beginner(75 yd swim, 3 mile bike, 2 mile walk/run)9:30
• Adult -OPEN(150 yd swim, 5 mile bike, 5 mile walk/run) 9:00 395 South Main St. - Beaver, UT 84713
Beaver • Milford • Minersville • adaMsville • Greenville • Manderfield • Mount Holly • Cove fort • elk Meadows
ARRIVE AT LEAST 30 MIN-
UTES BEFORE YOUR START
$15,000 EQUiTy Wednesday, May 21, 2008 • Issue # 4
TIME TO CHECK IN AND SET
UP BIKE AVAilABlE ! TigERS FiND THEiR “NiCHE” ON THE gREEN
• 1 LENGTH OF POOL = 25 Trophy Mountain Homes is offering a one-time discount of $15,000 Milford High School placed first in Region PUBliC NOTiCE!
YARDS on the sale of the first one acre custom building home site in the Dustin Dr. Carter’s Express Fitness Center Coming This Summer to Beaver!
and Second at the State golf tournament this
Acres Subdivision located on the East side of Manderfield road just north Mel Carter, MD (Beaver native) and Owner of Hurricane
• PARTICIPANTS WILL BE past week. This is the first time that Milford
of Fishlake Lumber. Take your pick from several one acre sites. These
GIVEN A NUMBER FOR THE has ever placed higher than seventh in state Athletic Club has joined forces with local fitness enthusiast
properties are fully improved, ready to build and include... Must see brand new one level cus- Brand new 2 story beautifully
RACE golf. The team is coached by Bud Barnes and Kathy Yardley and wellness developer Jay Cooper to open an
* Power * Beautiful Views tom home with all amenities in place. upgraded home in new subdivi- Express Fitness Center here in Beaver.
• PARTICIPANTS ARE RE- * Water * Level Sites 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, wood floors, sion! 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, gas Wayne Hardy. Members of the Milford High
The Express Health and Fitness Center will offer:
QUIRED TO HAVE A BIKE, * Telephone * Ranch Rail Fencing Installed cultured marble tubs, corian coun- fireplace, open plan for family or School golf team are senior Landon Mayer, - A crispy clean-family friendly-non-judgmental environment
HELMET AND SWIMSUIT * Sewer * CCRs ter tops, tile, very open floor plan for entertaining, all kitchen applianc- sophomores Austin Thieme, Dillon Williams,
family & entertaining, central air, 2 es, great tile work, and a ton of - A full cardiovascular center with Treadmills, Ellipticals and
• OPTIONAL ITEMS; SHIRT In addition, complete home design and discounted building construc- Trever Campeau and freshmen Tyson Mc- Cycles
car garage, stucco & rock exterior, upgrades. Deck out master suite
AND/OR SHORTS TO WEAR tion services are available. This offer is a “first come, first served” offer Dermott, Dylan Jones and Travis Hatch. Ty- - Circuit Weight Training, Free Weights and Tanning Beds
and many more upgrades. 1520 Sq. with beautiful mountain views,
OVER SWIMSUIT DURING and applies only to the first lot purchased offered at phase one pricing son McDermott tied for tenth place in the top - The Exercise Forever Conversion System*, Education Class-
ft. 1361 East 100 North (Stake Cen- garage, and large coved patio all
THE BIKE AND RUN POR- of $64,900. Phase two pricing will be $79,900. If you are considering es
ter Subdivision) Seller willing to help add to this wonderful deal! 585 ten in the tournament. Congratulations to the
building your custom dream home, this is a great opportunity. Contact
TIONS, SOCKS, TOWEL, buyer with closing costs North 1100 East Tiger golf team for an outstanding season. - Weight Loss Programs, Fitness Programs and some child care
Jill Neilsen @ ERA Brokers Consolidated 435-310-0209
GOGGLES AND SUNSCREEN. - 9 to 5 hours with 24/7 access, surveillance cameras
- No Muscle-heads or Glitter-queens
Countryside Daisy will be Joining
IT’S OUR The Flower Shop at Beaver Drug
Depending upon how many of you respond to this survey,
we may also have aerobics, yoga, spin and other fitness classes
Abigail Bradshaw, 5 year too!
old daughter of Justin and ANNIVERSARY Come welcome our florist, Deyette Bradley,
who has owned her own shop The following Membership prices are total monthly payment
Tasha Bradshaw of Roch- and has over 20 years of floral experience. amounts including the sales tax and there is no start up fee! In-
ester, MN., was recently The Flower Shop can provide all of your floral dividual Membership = $19/month, Couples = 34, Families add
needs including: $10 for additional Family Members age 12 or older.
awarded a metal for an Funeral Arrangements MEMORiAl
Please respond to this survey this week… because we will
“Award of Excellence” from Wedding flowers & bouquets DAy open this summer with an amount of space and equipment cal-
Every-day floral arrangements
CUSTOMER the State of Minnesota PTA.
She received this award for
395 S. Main Street
Nationwide floral deliveries.
Come say “Hi” to Lacy, Deyette, and the gang FlAg RAiSiNg
culated to serve the total number of members, so… more of you
responding means more space, equipment and classes! Simply
at our new location in Beaver Drug & Gift! The American Legion mail the following information to us at; Hurricane Athletic
the photography she entered
Memorial Day Orders Now Being Accepted! Club at 545 West State Street, Hurricane Utah 84737 or email
and Auxillary are con-
in her school’s PTA reflec- ducting the traditional your response to email@example.com.
AT FISHLAKE LUMBER tions contest where she also MAY 23RD WEATHER Memorial Day Program Name: Address:
received a 1st place trophy.
11 AM - 2PM
and Flag Raising Ceremony to salute
May 21st 10AM to 2:30PM Abigail is the granddaughter of Allen and Sheri Feller of our Veterans at The Mountain View Day Phone: Type of membership:
Free Prizes, Free Hot Dogs & Burgers, Cemetary on Memorial Day, Mon- Thank you for your healthy interests!
St. George and Shad and Janet Bradshaw of Beaver. Con-
GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY! day, May 26th at 11 A.M. Please See you later this summer!
gratulations Abigail, we are proud of you!
come and enjoy the ceremony.
KCYQ RADIO will be broadcasting live! Phone: 435-438-5950
Due to the Memorial Day Holiday,
Don’t miss out on the Power Tool Specials, Fax 435-438-5953
Come help us celebrate our Deadline for next weeks issue
IFA products and Powder River Fencing Display during PO BOX 956,
with a Picnic will need to be Beaver, Utah 84713
our Customer Appreciation Day. Can’t get anyone to do those unfinished jobs? at the City Park. Thursday, May 22nd at 5:00 P.M. firstname.lastname@example.org
WEDNESDAy, MAy 21ST, 10AM - 2:30PM
LET ME DO IT! BRING THE FAMILY Thank you for your co-operation..
THE BEaVER COUNTy JOURNaL is SUBMISSIONS POLICY
For A Lot of Fun!!! owned and operated by The Beaver County In order for your advertisements to
All types of jobs: Journal, LLC and is distributed weekly be published in the next Wednesday
Electrical, Concrete, Tile, Rock, Plumbing, Heating Every citizen should be a soldier. This was edition, you
Fishlake Lumber Company to all Boxholders of Beaver County. Its
Cooling, Sprinkler Systems, etc. the case with the Greeks and Romans, purpose is to inform residents about local will need to
ACE Hardware Dealer - IFA Dealer have your in- PRE-SORT
and must be that of every free state. issues and events. Articles submitted from
Rough sawn & Finish Lumber No job too small, No job too big. independent writers are not necessarily the formation to STaNDaRD
~ Thomas Jefferson opinion of The Beaver County Journal. We us by Friday PAID
Full line of Building Supplies Working under Licensed Contractor
& HOT DOGS
sincerely hope you enjoy the paper and en- at 5 p.m. the
Fuller O’Brien Paints week prior to C M
Call Mitch Carter at 438-6142
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PERMIT No. 10
BOXHOLDER for the paper. Thank you for your support. the publish-
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iNDiViDUAl The Mommy Minute BEAVER MEDiCAl CliNiCS
BASKETBAll Holly Hoffman Spears (www.beaver-milfordmedical.com)
iNSTRUCTiONS A couple weeks ago, my baby took her first steps! As any The Doctors and Staff would like to remind everyone that
BY SUNNY MYERS EVANS parent of a toddler can attest, reaching this milestone was no May is National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention
INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDE: easy feat. First, she had to learn how to stand up. Who knew that Month.
• SHOOTING balance could be so tricky? Then, she had to be brave enough to OSTEOPOROSIS, OR POROUS BONE, IS A DISEASE
• BALL HANDLING shift her weight to one foot and move the other one forward… CHARACTERIZED BY LOW BONE MASS AND STRUC-
• INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE all at the same time! Wow! And of course, she had to be willing With the recent cut in the Fed Rate, TURAL DETERIORATION OF BONE TISSUE, LEADING
MOVES to take some falls. the opportunity to get a good loan at a TO BONE FRAGILITY AND AN INCREASE RISK OF
• MOVEMENT W/OUT THE As I watched this whole learning process unfold (all the
Chris McCormick decent rate still exists. We may not see FRACTURES OF THE HIP, SPINE, AND WRIST. Both men
BALL while feeling so proud and praying that she didn’t break any- and women are affected by osteoporosis. One out of every two
thing), it occurred to me that learning to walk is a great meta- interest rates this low again.
• SPORT SPECIFIC
STRENGTH & AGILITY phor for life. Mortgage Planner Now is a great time to refinance or
women and one in four men over 50 will have an osteoporosis-
related fracture in their lifetime. The good news is that os-
DRILLS Sometimes we are faced with a challenge that seems so superior lendinG purchase a home before rates go higher. teoporosis is a disease that can be easily detected (dexascan),
• 8 ONCE A WEEK SES- big that we don’t know where to start. We think, “This is scary Consolidate your debts, add on to your
SIONS STARTING MAY and I’ve never done it before, what if I fail?” We imagine all (435) 867-5670 or prevented and treated.
house, or get rid of your Adjustable Rate The clinic also encourages everyone to view our web page
27TH the things that could go wrong and see nothing but the stuffed (435) 590-2542 Mortgage. Rates now at a 2 year low. at www.beaver-milfordmedical.com. We have added a new
• AGES: 2ND GRADE AND animals strewn along our path ready to trip us up. So what do drop down menu that enables our new patients to download our
UP we do? How do we push ourselves to take that first step toward registration form, our acknowledgement form to the privacy
• PRICES VARY reaching our goal? notice, and our arbitration form. This will allow you to have all
• SPACE IS LIMITED SO I think if my daughter could say more than 4 words (baba,
dada, mama, and up) she would say that the secret is to keep
DAUgHTERS OF UTAH PiONEERS your information filled in before you arrive at the clinic. In the
CALL TO RESERVE YOUR The Daughters of Utah Pioneers Greenwood Camp held their BEAVER VALLEY near future our email addresses will be available on the web for
SPOT trying, no matter how many times you fall. As I watched her CHAMBER OF COMMERCE your convenience to correspond with us. We want you to know
monthly meeting in the 1st-2nd Ward Church on Monday, May
Sunny has playing and go from wobbly to making 180 degree turns with ease, I was Hosts their 8th Annual we are still striving to accommodate you, decrease your wait-
coaching experience at the amazed at my daughter’s persistence. Every time that she lost Horse Races ing time and improve all aspects of our medical care.
The meeting was called to order by President Pat Harris.
high school and college level. her balance and ended up sitting on her Pampers, she got right Beaver Lions Club Once again we want to remind you, Dr. Lance Smith will
Opening prayer and blessing on the food was given by Ruth
While coaching she main- back up again, usually with a grin on her face. Occasionally, a Race Track begin full time practice in Beaver, Milford, and Parowan clin-
Littlefield, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Minutes of
tained a strong emphasis on little wail was called for, but she never sat down and gave up For Information, Call ics in August. Dr. B. Noal Robinson will be back in October to
the previous meeting were read and approved by Carol Kesler.
individual player development thinking, “What’s so wrong with crawling anyway?” She had a 888-848-5081 begin part time practice.
Chorister Mildred Atkin led the group in singing the opening
and educated herself in all ar- goal. She knew she was ready. She knew she could get the hang Again thank you for your continued support and patience.
song, “The Boys of San Pete County”. Beaver County Cap-
eas of fitness, strength, and of it with enough practice. And now, two short weeks later, she
tain Bonnie Ames installed the officers to preside for the next
agility. practically runs down the driveway anytime someone opens the
front door and I no longer have to scrub the stains out of the
Shirley Howard presented a Living History of the song,
knees of her pants! Success!
“When It’s Springtime in the Rockies”, with the lyrics being
So here’s what I think: despite all
written by a Utah writer, Mary Hales Woolsey. The interesting
its joys, Mommyhood can sometimes
SPORT & PAWN
article was written by Ardis E. Parshall.
feel like one challenge after the other.
Edla Keele was presented her membership certificate. An-
It can seem like doing laundry and
other song was sung by the group, “Love Makes The World Go
making lunches and being a taxi driv-
Round”. Bonnie Ames presented the history of the illustrious
er and trying to tell our teenager that
pioneer woman that the Greenwood Camp was named after,
their curfew is midnight not 12:01
namely Mary Ann Greenwood. The information was very in-
(for the 100th time) is just too much
teresting and made the members proud to represent the name of
to handle. We can start to think that
this early citizen of Beaver.
maybe having kids who never brush
their teeth or eat mac and cheese for
Lesson Leader Leola Myers gave the last lesson to be pre- Beaver Sport and Pawn Announces:
every meal isn’t such a bad thing.
sented until next fall season. It was entitled The End of An Era
and was a history of the last people sent by the LDS Church to
Concealed Weapons Class
What’s so wrong with crawling any-
way? And then we remember that we
settle Arizona and New Mexico. The story of a settler named Saturday, June 28th,
Charles Edmund Richardson who was asked to be an attorney
have a goal. We want the best for our
kids. And we also know that every
was discussed. It was interesting to learn about his family, and at 1:00 P.M.
how they settled in. She told about the community of Chihua-
step we take in the right direction
hua being prepared to enjoy a grand event when it was stopped
helps mold our children into the best
people that they can be. Every time
because of the Revolutionary War occurring, and because of a In the Basement of Beaver Library
terrible storm. The United States sent trains in to get the women
we walk with them down the path
of honesty, patience, cleanliness, or
and children. The men stayed behind to protect the area. Not a $50 if paid in advance at Beaver Sport
whole grain snacks, we do something
life was lost.
A lovely luncheon was served by Mildred Atkin and Beverly
91 North Main, Beaver
worthwhile. So, amidst the challenges
and changes, we follow the example
Bloodworth to the 13 members present. President Pat Harris
extended and invitation to any
$60 at the Door
of brave children everywhere as we
stand up, take a breath, and put one
new members in the commu-
THE BEaVER COUNTy Any questions, call 435-2100
nity who would like to join the JOURNaL
foot in front of the other…
organization. Call 438-5950
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A PERSONAl UMBREllA
Call 438-5950 to place ads.
FOR A RAiNy DAy Personals $5/wk. ~
By Brent Stapley ~ State Farm® Agent Business - $7.50/wk.
There are so many “rainy days” that people can experience - a
25 Word limit
sick child, a broken-down car or a late mortgage payment.
email ads to: email@example.com
But what about a lawsuit?
These days lawsuits are being filed, not just against big cor-
porations, but also against people like you and me. In the blink
HElP WANTED FOR SALE
NOTICE OF JOB OPENINg PART-TIME SUMMER 1987, 30’ Vacationeer
of an eye, you could be involved in a car or boating accident, or POSITION - VACANCY
BEAVER CITY RECORDER 5th Wheel.
BEAVER COUNTy SHERiFF’S REPORT have someone become injured on your property that could result Beaver City will accept applications from qualified persons until BEAVER COUNTY 4-H Like NEW inside!
WEEK OF May 12th, to May 18th, 2008 in litigation against you seeking thousands or even millions of May 23, 2008 at 4:00 P.M. for Permanent Part-Ti me employment as EXTENSION INTERN
City Recorder. Minimum requirements for the job are: Must be bond- RESPONSIBILITIES: Circle Four Farms is looking
Included in the 55 calls for assistance received by Beaver dollars. able, have typing and record keeping skills, computer skills with word To help coordinate, promote and for someone to fill our two FEED Call 435-438-6022
County Dispatch were: Even though your primary insurance policies, such as Auto, processors and spreadsheets, must be able to maintain a record filing MILL DRIVER POSITIONS.
conduct 4-H and Extension pro- FOR SALE
10 .................................................................... Animal Problem Homeowners, Boatowners, etc., may provide substantial liabil- system. Basic booking keeping skills and understanding of govern- grams in Beaver County This position will entail driving
mental laws and functions are preferable. gasoline or diesel powered tractor- 2001 24’ Terry 5th wheel. North-
1......................................................................................Assault ity insurance coverage, it may not be enough. A Personal Li- HOURS: Position will be for 13
ability Umbrella Policy provides additional amounts of liability
The position requires attendance at all City Council meetings (at
weeks, approximately 28 hours a trailer combination to transport west Edition. Has 1 slide out.
3 ...........................................................................Citizen Assist least two nights per month) to take minutes. Must have High School
week - flexible hours and deliver feed. Qualifications $10,500 (435) 438-2359 or (435)
1 ........................................................................Citizen Dispute coverage at an affordable price. Graduation or GED. Must be able to work with the public and city include High school diploma or 310-0655
staff to develop effective working relationships; communicate effec- Will require some evenings and
1 ............................................................. Custodial Interference What is an umbrella policy?
tively, verbally and in writing. Must become a Certified Municipal Saturdays
general education degree (GED);
and minimum of 2 years of driv-
1 ................................................................. Disorderly Conduct A Personal Liability Umbrella Policy provides additional Clerk through the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. The QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred MULTI-FAMILY
ing experience in related field;
2 .................................................................. Domestic Violence layers of liability coverage over the liability coverage of your starting wage will be $12.00 per hour with 24-27 hours per week re- High School Graduate or College experience in pulling doubles pre- yaRD SaLE
underlying policies. Personal umbrella coverage amounts typi- quired and will have one-half of the City benefit package. A full job Student ferred. Must be a minimum of 23 315 N. 600 E. 1 Block east of
4 ................................................ Controlled Substance Problem description is available at the Beaver City Office. Beaver City is an swimming pool, Fri & Sat May
cally begin at one million dollars and can be increased in incre- 1. Academic training - High school years of age.
1 ............................................................. DUI Alcohol or Drugs Equal Opportunity Employer. Job applications are available at the diploma Must have Class A CDL with 23rd & 24th, 9 A.M. Furniture,
1 ........................................................................................Fraud ments of one thousand dollars. Beaver City Office, 60 West Center Street, phone 435-438-2451. A re- a “T” endorsement and pass DOT applianaces, TV’s, other goodies
sume is required. Employee must live within the Beaver City Bound- 2. Willingness and ability to con-
2 .............................................................................. Harassment Here’s an example of how an umbrella policy could work: duct and attend programs and physical and DOT drug and alco- Weather permitting.
aries or be willing to relocate within one year. hol screening. Occasionally lift
Let’s say your car is insured for liability with limits of $250,000
1 ................................................................... Intoxicated Person meetings, as well as maintaining
and/or move up to 50 pounds. FOR SAlE
1 ..................................................................... Juvenile Problem per person. You pull into an intersection, strike another vehicle REAl ESTATE regular office hours C4 and Driver applications can be 35 SHaRES
and severely injure the other driver. This insured person sues 3. Willingness and ability to trav- picked up at the Main Office in of Kents Lake Water North Ditch,
1 ........................................................................ Keep the Peace HOME FOR SALE CO-ED el. Use of personal car required.
you and the judgment against you totals $800,000. Your auto Milford and will be accepted until Mammoth Canal. $1500 per share.
1 .............................................................................. Kidnapping 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 1500
1 ........................................................................ Litter/Pollution policy will pay the first $250,000 but an umbrella policy would square feet, immaculate condi- SOFTBAll Must have a valid driver’s license
4. Demonstrate ability to organize
May 28, 2008 .
REduced price for large quantity.
respond for the next $550,000. tion, fully landscaped, sprinkler Captain’s Meeting: people and activities TRANSPORTATION 435-310-0754
2 ...................................................................Livestock Problem system, garage footings in place,
Also an umbrella policy often insures against some types of Thursday, May 29th 5. Experience as a 4-H member SUPERVISOR BURIAL LOTS FOR SALE
1 .................................................................Medical Emergency excellent, safe, kid-friendly loca- Circle Four Farms is looking for 5 lots (B64-1 to B64-5) in Bea-
7:00 p.m. and a 4-H leader preferred
2 .....................................................Traffic Accident w/ Injuries First Camp losses for which there is no coverage in the underlying policy. tion. 885 North 190 East. $139,000
or best offer. (435)438-6300 or @ Beaver City Office 6. Computer literacy desired. someone to fill our position of ver City Cemetery. $300./ea Call
1 ............................................................................. Sex Offense Examples of such loss include libel, slander and defamation of Transportation Supervisor. This 801-266-3230 or write: Cullen
2 .............................................Suspicious Person/Circumstance Storage character.
(435)310-0007. 7. Ability to work well with youth
position will plan, direct, and co- Goodwin 6113 So Rainy Lane,
ordinate company transportation Murray, UT 84107
2 ........................................................................................ Theft 759 South Main St Why have an umbrella policy? LOOkINg FOR A HOME IN SOCCER TO APPLY: fleet, feed ordering system, mor-
Beaver. MILFORD, UT
1 ..........................................................................Traffic Hazard The value of a personal liability umbrella policy is to provide
with a fabulous floor plan includ- Registration: To be considered for this position,
you must complete and submit the
tality removal and general main- SERViCES
2 ...................................................................... Traffic Violation higher amounts of liability coverage for an affordable premium. May 27th 8:00am-4:00pm tenance activities to ensure that
ing a Private Master Suite, 3 ad- following at : http:// jobs.usu.edu strategic initiatives to improve JORDAN WHITE’S LAWN
2 ....................................................................... Patient Transfer Units from 10’ x 15’ It can help protect the financial assets of your household when ditional large bedrooms, walk-in At Beaver City Office MOWINg SERVICE
or http://jobs.usu.edu/applicants/ performance and goals and objec-
to 15’ x40’ you need it most and can bring confidence knowing that you closets and 2nd bath with spa- Need your lawn mowed? Call
2 ..............................................................................Trespassing cious living areas? Would you like ages 4-8th grade central?quickFind=53261 tives are accomplished. Review
1 ................................................................................ Vandalism DISCOUNTED have the coverage needed to help protect your family. Cost: $35.00 Create Account, then status reports and provide super- Jordan White 438-5087
a sensible kitchen, huge pantry, vision to truck drivers and per-
3 .......................................................... VIN Number Inspection for 6 month contract! To see if this is a policy that can benefit you, talk to your insur- adjacent freezer-laundry room; WE NEED COACHES!!! 1. Complete letter of application k-9 QUALITY
which clearly states how your ex- sonnel involved in maintenance
ance agent. gas heat, air conditioning, ceiling DOg gROOMINg
1 ...................................................................... Weapon Offense fans and a medium size yard in perience and qualifications have
repair of fleet vehicles. Provide
435-531-6569 Mike technical advice and leadership Grooming with tender loving
1 ......................................................................... Welfare Check
order to provide the perfect envi- MEN’S prepared you for this position. to improve production efficiency. care! For Appointment, phone
On Monday, May19th, 2008 there were 373 inmates housed
in Beaver County Jail. THANK YOU ronment to raise your family? Do
you want a home that has been
freshly painted throughout and
2. Please include a list of two ref-
erences including telephone num-
Confer and cooperate with other Rhea 435-310-1405
management personnel in formu- BEAVER CITY REC. DEPT.
lating administrative and opera- Guitar Lessons taught by Mason
We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to the great bers.
has all new floor coverings for Thursday, May 29th tional policies and procedures Cotham ~ Limited spots. Call
3. Include a current resume
people of Beaver County during Wendy’s recent stroke. We only $123,500? If so, this home 8:00 p.m. The job requirements include Burgundy 438-2451
at 430 S 400 W, Milford, UT is ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
are so grateful and appreciative to the medical personnel, doc- @ Beaver City Office MAY BE OBTAINED FROM: Bachelor’s Degree in Business
for you! For an appointment call RENTAlS
tors, nurses, staff and volunteers upon her emergency hospi- Mark Nelson, Clint Albrecht or Administration, Agricultural
Kelly or Keith at 435-438-2969. Business or related field pre-
talization. Sharolyn Hanley, Utah State Uni-
ferred, demonstrated history of INDUSTRIAL BUILDINg
Words cannot begin to express how thankful we are to all versity Extension Service, 105 successful management in fleet 4000 sq feet $2000 /per month.
the friends, co-workers, community members, and all involved
A Big Thank You E Center, Beaver UT 84713, operations, excellent leadership, Call 435-438-2029
Serving All of Beaver County for your assistance, faith, prayers, love and support. Thank you
for the many cards, flowers, phone calls and expressions of
to Brent Stapley
The Randal C. & Colleen W. Bradshaw Family would like to
Phone: (435) 438-6450 organizational and verbal and
written communications skills, be
familiar with computer use and
421-1982 (or) 438-5297
THE BEaVER 1800 sq ft $700/per month call
sympathy and concern. What a wonderful county to live in! It is thank Brent Stapley for the time he spent with our family. Help- COUNTy JOURNaL information systems 435-438-2029
marvelous to have such an extended community family. ing us deal with financial issues and just being there as a friend. is looking for Community Competitive compensation in-
Decorative Rock • River Rock • Playground Sand Wendy is doing very well, and is recovering at a remarkable Thank you Brent for your support and your professionalism as a Correspondents for the
Milford and Minersville
cluding a benefit package is pro-
vided. Inquiries and resumes will One Bed economy unit. $385/mo
pace. She enjoys the visits and seeing everyone as she works State Farm Agent. be accepted through Friday, June plus deposit, plus utilities. Call
Boulders (All Sizes) • Playground Wood Chips diligently toward her recovery.
area. If you are interested,
please call Mary or Paul at 6, 2008 and should be directed
to: Human Resources, c/o Circle
Gravel • High Quality Top Soil • Shredded Bark Love, The Children of Randal C. & Colleen W. Bradshaw 435-310-0562 or 438-5950 RENTaLS
A very sincere thank you to all. Four Farms, PO Box 100, Mil- Studio apartments. $300/mo
or stop by at 55 S. Main in
Scott and Wendy Macdonald family. Gina, Paula, Malena, Sharla, Kiley & Richie Beaver. ford, UT 84751, (435) 387-2107 plus deposit, plus $30/mo for
(435) 387-2170 Fax, EOE utilities. Call Mike 435-438-2029
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Simmons ~ Stapley iN SCHOOl DANgEROUS Prior to l996, Chloe Farrer Lee R. Fillmore. Creighton Eyring, Devyn Trace Cooney
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gives us that lump in our throats Joseph ~ Cruz DOg Fillmore had spent many hours Each Christmas since l996, Marshall 5th Grade/ Mr. Edwards
and usually creates tears in our A friend of mine as a volunteer to help students Mariah Guerrero
The Fillmore Foundation, has 1st Grade: Receipts: 1,116. Last Week:
eyes. But do you know the story has three boys, the Upon entering the little at Belknap Elementary School donated $250., to each of the Gaige Hardy, Sunny Wiseman Ty Beard 1,231. Last Year: 916.Feed-
behind the song? If not, I think
you will be pleased to find out youngest of whom, country store, the stranger no- improve their reading skills. elementary schools in the 2nd Grade: 5th Grade/ Mr. Joseph er Steers: mixed but mostly
about its humble beginning. Gregory, had just ticed a sign saying DANGER! She started buying books to county. These funds have been McCoy Norman, Asia Osborn Danielle Hyatt 2.00-3.00 higher, except 500-650
Reportedly, it all began in 1862 started school. A teacher com- BEWARE OF DOG! posted give to the students to encour- matched by grants thru the 3rd Grade: Daxton Eyre, Em- Bronson Payne lbs 1.00-2.00 lower. Feeder Heif-
during the Civil War, when Union mented to Gregory that she age them to become more in- Beaver County School Board. ery Marshall 6th Grade/ Mr. Beard ers: mixed, but mostly 1.00-2.00
on the glass door. Inside he higher; instances 6.00-8.00 high-
Army Captain Robert Ellicombe couldn’t believe he was al- terested in reading. From this Each spring, beginning in 4th Grade:Taylor Bird, Saydie Shania Stewart
was with his men near Harrison’s noticed a harmless old hound experience, she told her daugh- 2002 The Fillmore Foundation Bradshaw Sohn Bradshaw er. Holstein Steers: 3.00-4.00
Karen Joseph and Jesus ready in first grade and asked higher. Slaughter Cows: firm
Landing in Virginia. The Confed- dog asleep on the floor beside ters to stop sending her gifts at provided a check for $100., to 5th Grade:Cayson Goff, Darbi 6th Grade/Mr. Harris
erate Army was on the other side
Cruz announce their wed- what his mother did all day to 1.00 higher. Slaughter Bulls:
the cash register. Christmas, her birthday and to each of the elementary schools Coombs Karina Perez
of the narrow strip of land. Dur- ding to be held June 6, 2008 now that all the three boys start providing her with any ex- to be used for periodicals or 6th Grade: Colby Limb, Taylor Hathaway 1.00-2.00 higher.
ing the night, Captain Ellicombe in the San Diego, California He asked the store manager, Feeder Steers: Medium and
were in school. tra money they could spare so other needed library materials. MaCail Wood 6th Grade/ Mr. Hofheins
heard the moans of a soldier who Temple of the The Church “Cartwheels,” Gregory an-
“Is THAT the dog folks are Large Frame 2: 200-250 lbs
she could buy more books for The Foundation has also 7th Grade: Juan Magana, RaCail Nelson
lay severely wounded on the of Jesus Christ of Latter- supposed to beware of?” 112.00-126.00; 250-300 lbs
field. day Saints. Karen is the swered. the students she had come to been able to give dollars to Swaysie Eyre Ty Bumbarger 129.00-135.00; 300-350 lbs
“Yep, that’s him,” he re- think of as her children. From help on a couple of science 8th Grade: BrandonDominguez Congratulations to all the
Not knowing if it was a Union daughter of Dan and Joyce PASSPORT plied. this rather small beginning the projects. But the main focus ,Bonnie Steel students who completed the
115.00-122.00; 350-400 lbs scarce;
or Confederate soldier, the Cap- Joseph. She was born and 400-450 lbs 108.50-121.50;
tain decided to risk his life and raised in Beaver. Karen is PHOTO The stranger couldn’t help idea for the Fillmore Founda- has been to help with the read- Belknap Elementary School 2007-2008 school year and ap- 450-500 lbs 117.00-125.00;
bring the stricken man back for a graduate of Beaver High Unfortunately, getting a new but be amused. “That certainly tion was born. ing program. Kindergarten AM: Ms. Sagers preciation to the faculty, staff 500-550 lbs 112.00-
medical attention. Crawling on School and Brigham Young passport required a new photo. As she grew older and her By now, there is a rather Danitza Jaramillo and school board whose re- 121.00; 550-600 lbs
his stomach through gunfire, the doesn’t look like a dangerous
University. Karen served a Chauntelle Marie As I handed my ten-year-old health continued to decline she large list of students in the Micheal Lujan sponsibility it is to guide these 108.00-116.00; 600-650 lbs
Captain reached the stricken sol- dog to me. Why in the world worried about what would hap- county who have received a Kindergarten PM: Ms. Sagers young citizens. 103.00-114.50; 650-700 lbs
& Clifford Eric passport and the new picture to
dier and began pulling him to- Spanish-speaking mission would you post that sign?” pen to all those young students gift book thru The Fillmore Valerie Harris A quote from: “The Reading 98.50-105.75; 700-750 lbs
ward his encampment. When the for the LDS Church in the cordially invite you to attend the clerk, I sighed. “I like the 99.50-108.50; 750-800 lbs
“Because”, the owner re- she felt needed just a little en- Foundation, and it is with Matthew Alldredge Mother” by Strickland Gillilan
Captain finally reached his own California, San Diego and a reception in their honor on original better,” I told her. 93.00-100.00; 800-850 lbs
plied, “before I posted that couragement so they could pleasure that we present the Kindergarten: Ms. Fails (Cullinan, 2000, p.30.
lines, he discovered it was actu- Carlsbad missions. She May 10th, 2008. Dinner will “Trust me,” she said. “Ten 97.50-101.25; 850-900 lbs
ally a Confederate soldier, but the holds a masters degree in sign, people kept tripping over read at grade level or above. 2008 “Most Improved Reader” Kexee Walbeck You may have tangible
begin at Six O’clock followed years from now, you’ll like As her death approached she wealth untold:
90.50-97.50; 900-950 lbs
soldier was dead. The Captain secondary education and names for this year: Andrew Martinez 89.25-97.50; 950-1000 lbs
by dancing at Seven Thirty this one.” him.” knew her own private funds Milford Elementary School Caskets of jewels
lit a lantern and suddenly caught teaches at a charter high 1st Grade/ Ms. Cartwright 78.00-85.50.
his breath and went numb with school in Mesa, Arizona. until Midnight. The celebra- A DiFFiCUlT QUESTiON were very limited, but she de- 1st Grade/Mrs. Cox Jenessa Clark and coffers of gold. Holsteins Steers: Large Frame
shock. Jesus was born in tion will be held at Sherwood There was a student who The boy thought for a while cided if people were ask not to Kynda Turner Jesus Reyes Richer than I, 3 Baby Bull Calves: few 15.00/
In the dim light, he saw the Comala, Colima, Mexico Hills Resort 7877 S. Highway wanted to be admitted to the and said, “My choice is ONE buy funeral flowers, but instead Nicholas Andersen 1st Grade/ Ms. Joseph you can never be - hd; 200-300 lbs scarce; 300-500
face of the soldier. It was his own University. real difficult question.” donate money to a book fund 1st Grade/Mrs. Davis Jennifer Perez I had a Mother, lbs 55.50-63.50; 500-700 lbs
son. The boy had been studying
to Anastacio and Cristina 89 Wellsville, Utah. An addi-
He was smart enough to “Well, good luck to you, you her dream of helping young Larissa Mireles Lance Kinross who read to me. 56.00-74.00; 700-900 lbs
music in the South when the war Cruz. He emigrated to the tional reception will be held
people read could continue. Vincent Pierce 1st Grade/Swindlehurst The Fillmore Foundation 59.50-68.00; 900-1000 lbs
broke out. Without telling his fa- United States with his fam- Saturday May 24th, 2008 from get through the written test, a have made your own choice!”
She had already conceived of 56.00-64.25.
2nd Grade/Mrs. Wiseman Brailee Robinson
ther, the boy enlisted in the Con- ily during his teenage years Six O’clock ‘til Eight O’clock GED, and was to appear for the said the man on the opposite Feeder Heifers: Medium and
federate Army. and settled in the Vista, the idea of giving a gift book Brittany Larsen Payton Jones
at the Beaver 1st and 2nd Ward personal interview. Later, as side. Tell me: What comes to one child in each grade at Colton Robinson 2nd Grade /Ms. Dalton Large Frame 1-2: 200-250 lbs
The following morning, heart- California area. Jesus is the interview progressed, the first, Day or Night?” 100.00-111.00; 250-300 lbs
broken, the father asked permis- a graduate of Fallbrook 15 N. 100 W. Beaver, Utah. Belknap School who the class 2nd Grade/Mrs. Bettridge Guadalupe Silva
interviewer found this boy to The boy was jolted first but room teacher would name as Ariel Pyne Dexton Dalton 94.50-100.00, pkg 280 lbs 116.00;
sion of his superiors to give his High School and San Di- Parents of the Bride Edward & 300-350 lbs 96.00-104.50;
son a full military burial despite ego State University where Tonya Simmons. Parents of the be bright since he could answer he waited for a while and said: the “Most Improved Reader” Weston Finch 2nd Grade/Ms. Murdock 350-400 lbs 96.00-100.00;
his enemy status. His request was he majored in Internation- Groom Brent & Carolyn Sta- all the questions correctly. The “It’s the DAY, sir.” for that school year. So each 3rd Grade/Mrs. Merrell Linley white 400-450 lbs 93.50-100.00;
only partially granted. al Business. He served a interviewer got impatient and Thinking to himself (“At last, spring as the school year ended, Emily Cox Bridger Green 450-500 lbs 95.50-
The Captain had asked if he pley
Spanish-speaking mission decided to corner the boy. I got you!”), the interviewer Mrs. Fillmore presented “Most Bryant Barnes 2nd Grade/Ms. Schmid 106.50; 500-550 lbs 94.50-103.00;
could have a group of Army band More than kisses Improved Reader” gift books 3rd Grade/Mrs. Willden MaKencee Bess
members play a funeral dirge for in Houston, Texas. Jesus “Tell me your choice,” said smiled and said, “How???” 550-600 lbs 97.50-103.00;
so far we’ve shared. to the students. She would al- Alison Pectol Chevi Parkinson 600-650 lbs 93.00-100.00;
his son at the funeral. The request works for Hill Brothers, a Our home has been made
he to the boy, “What’s your “Sorry sir, you promised me
ways find a special book or two Dawsyn Asay 3rd Grade/ Ms. Bradshaw 650-700 lbs 95.00-96.25; 700-750
was turned down since the soldier chemical company in Or- choice? I shall either ask you that you would ask me ONLY
was a Confederate. But, out of ange, California. with love and care, at the Beaver Public Library to 4th Grade/Mrs. Wright Kierstin Harris lbs 89.50-97.25; 750-800 lbs
ten easy questions or ONE real ONE difficult question!” recommend to the students for Kateland Partridge Kole Robinson pkg 798 lbs 99.50; 800-850
respect for the father, they did say The couple plans to Most things we need
difficult. Think well before you The student was admitted to summer reading enjoyment, Michael Camp 3rd Grade/Ms. Edwards lbs 93.50-95.00; 850-900 lbs
they could give him only one mu- make their home in Phoe- we’ve already got, make up your mind.” the University.
sician. and generally encourage all 4th Grade/Mrs. Munk Dalye Condie 93.25-95.00;
nix, Arizona. And in our home we can’t fit 900-950 lbs 85.00-87.75;
The Captain chose a bugler.
a lot! SAlES DEMONSTRATiON the students to keep practicing Riley Reynolds Colten Cook
950-1000 lbs 81.00-84.50. Heif-
He asked the bugler to play a se- The salesman was demon- of the ‘unbreakable’ comb for their reading skills. Carter Hardy 3rd Grade/ Ms. Rieff
ries of musical notes he had found on a piece of paper in the pocket of A wishing well we thought In l996 following her death, 5th Grade/Mrs. Rose Anamalia Leilua erettes: 34.00-75.00.
the dead youth’s uniform. This wish was granted. strating unbreakable combs in everyone to see and said, Stock Cows: Medium and
would be great, her family, friends of the fam- Jaycee Denney Anthony Lipich
The haunting melody, we now know as “Taps” used at military the department store. He was “And this, ladies and gen- Large Frame 1: Few Pairs:
(But only if you wish ily, citizens of Beaver County Jerry Nichols 4th Grade/ Ms. Brown 650.00-1,110.00/pair.
funerals, was born: impressing the people who tlemen, is what an unbreak-
to participate), gave money for books, instead 5th Grade/Mr. Hollingshead Cicely Bradshaw Slaughter Cows: Boning 80-85%
stopped by to look by putting able comb looks like on the of funeral flowers, and those Jordan McDonald Dallin Nelson
Day is done Fading light A gift of money Lean: 45.00-53.75; Breaking
the comb through all sorts of inside...” dollars continue to be used to Tanner Gray 4th Grade/Mr. Fails
Gone the sun Dims the sight is placed in the well, 75-80% Lean: 45.50-53.00; Cut-
torture and stress. improve reading skills not only 6th Grade/Mr. Barnes Kylie Clements ter 85-90% Lean: 34.00-44.00.
From the Lakes And a star As we go, Then make a wish... ADVERTISE IN
Finally to impress even the at Belknap Elementary School Kathrine Davis Brantson Blackburn Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade
From the Hills Gems the sky, but shhh don’t tell!
This we know, skeptics in the crowd, he bent THE in her memory, but Minersville Travis Gilman 4th Grade/Mr. Harris 1000-1500 lbs 57.25-64.00;
From the sky Gleaming bright God is nigh. And once we’ve replaced Minersville Elementary School
All is well, Neath the sun,
the comb completely in half, BEAVER COUNTY Elementary in remembrance Sandy Vega 1500-2105 lbs 61.75-69.00;
the old with the new, and it snapped with a loud of her daughter Anne Fillmore (no teacher names were pro- Keaton Fails Yield Grade 2 1000-1500 lbs
Safely rest. Neath the stars We can look back and say
JOURNAL Axel and at Milford Elementa- vided) 5th Grade/ Beaumont/Jensen 46.75-48.00; 1500-2090 lbs
crack. Without missing a beat, 435-438-5950 56.00-61.00; Feeder Bulls
God is nigh. Neath the sky, it was all thanks to you!! ry School to honor her husband Kindergarten: Whitnie Pender
he bravely held up both halves 975-1300 lbs 50.00-77.00.
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AROUND THE TOWN
REMEMBERiNg THOSE WHO SERVE
ROCK HOUSE By Guest Columnist Michael J. Astrue
Commissioner of Social Security
QUilTS With Memorial Day approaching, I think it’s important to
BEAVER COUNTy liVESTOCK SHOW remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our
iN THE SPOTligHT nation. We at Social Security honor the heroism and courage
This is the inaugural column of “In the spotlight.” “In The Spotlight” will focus on
HORSE COMPETiTiON of our military service members and mourn for those who have
The Beaver County Livestock Show horse competition was held last given their lives in defense of freedom.
folks in Beaver County, people the rest of us might enjoy reading about. We submit to
Saturday, May 10th at the fairgrounds. Thirty 4H kids participated in It is also important to recognize those service members Excerpts from the book, “START FROM WHOA”
you our first spotlighted person, Shane Maycock.
the 3 speed events and 2 relays. Every participant was able to receive a who are still with us, especially those who have recently been by Evan Allred
If you want to find Shane drive to Minersville in the very early hours of the morning
certificate along with a cash prize. wounded. I don’t remember the name that quoted this, and I take
or late in the evenings and you’ll probably find him in his taxidermy shop out in back
Fun races and relays including the banana relay were also held for That’s why I’d like to take this opportunity to remind read- no credit for it but, there is nothing, that has done more
of the house. In between he works a full time job so needless to say Shane puts in some
ages 8 and under. These little buckaroos were fun to watch and were so ers that military service members receive expedited processing for man in the building of this great country than that of a
long hours in order to do what he loves and that is: create absolutely beautiful trophy
excited to receive a cash prize for their events. of their disability applications from Social Security. In fact, un- horse. Man has excelled with the horse and the horse has
Thanks to the Minersville American Legion for the delicious food der an agreement initiated by Social Security, the Department always been a part of my life. I have looked back on my
Shane is a self
they served during the event. Also a big “thanks” to of Defense now transmits information to us that allows us to early days with horses and thought. I couldn’t do this for
the leaders and parents for their support. quickly identify military personnel injured in Operations Endur- a living if things were as rough as they used to be. A com-
he learned from ment came back to me once about how mean those cow-
First place winners: ing Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
watching videos and boys were to those horses. I might add that those horses
Flag Race The expedited process is available for any military service
helpful tips from weren’t nicer then either. They were typically older (5-7
Cara Limb - Senior members who become disabled during active duty on or after
friends. Regardless yrs) and untouched, big and strong. Furthermore those
Boedi Lofland - Intermediate October 1, 2001, regardless of where the disability occurs.
of how he learned,
Dallin Nelson - Junior Offering a large Depending on the situation, some family members of military boys didn’t know any better. The man-horse relationship
his work speaks for
Barrels variety of classes, personnel also may be able to receive benefits, including depen- just simply was different. There wasn’t as much leisure
itself, the animals workshops, and re- dent children and spouses. time for -horse training- rather just -horse usin’-. “All
Colby Weldert - Senior
seem to spring back treats for your every If you, or someone you know, were wounded while on ac- that horse needs is use” is a line in a poem from Colen H
Wyatt Marshall - Intermediate
to life when he is quilting desire. tive duty in the military, find out more about what Social Secu- Sweeten Jr. that poem goes on to say and I paraphrase that
Ryder Wright - Junior the new methods work well but still there are horses that
finished with them. Shop for basic rity can do for you by visiting our website designed specifically
Poles need some special attention. I should have been a horse
Shane is a qui- for you: www.socialsecurity.gov/woundedwarriors. There, you
Cara Limb - Senior sewing /quilting, psychologist, I suppose I am but without the degree. Nine
et, reserved kind will find answers to a number of commonly asked questions, as
Boedi Lofland - Intermediate supplies, fabric kits, years of professional service to nearly a thousand horses
of guy but he’s got well as other useful information about disability benefits and
“mad skills” when
Stuart Wright - Junior patterns, books, XL has given me an intimate perspective.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Please pay special atten-
it comes to mount-
Next show will be hosted by the Beaver 4H Club on June 14th with quilt backs, batting, tion to the fact sheets available on that website titled Disability
From time to time we will explore the world of the
sign up at 4:00 PM. at the rodeo arena. and custom long arm horse. From the roots of Australopithecus(“first horse”) to
ing that trophy deer, Benefits for Wounded Warriors and Expediting Disability Ap-
quilting. Peptobunsmal (“highly regarded Quarter Horse”) we will
elk, cougar, bear or plications for Wounded Warriors.
discuss this animal with many names. An animal I have
any number of other You’ll also find links to useful VA websites, such as the
MON- SAT: dedicated my life to learning about and training. If there
critters you happen “Seamless Transition Home” link, and the “Veterans ONline are questions and or comments I invite them at my email
to bag. 10AM-5 PM APPlication” website.
(435) 438-6150 address firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the edi-
His personal quali- This Memorial Day, join me as I honor those who gave their tor. I may have opportunity to respond either by email or
Located at lives for our nation, and salute
ties and dedication Historic Fort Cameron articles in this journal. www.ranchhorserider.com
those who served as well as Strawberry
to excellence should 240 N. Hwy 153,
those who continue to serve. Punch Bowl Trifle
make us all proud to 1 white cake, baked
have him as a mem- 2 pkgs danish desert
Shane with his son Stetson ber of our commu- 2 lbs Strawberries, cleaned and
nity. Old Mill sliced
2-8 oz. Cool Whip, or whipped
2 large packages Frech Vanilla
Store pudding prepared according to
Cut or break cake into bite size
. Authorized Bosch Dealer pieces. Stir Danish desert in to
. Nutrimill & Hand Crank Grain strawberries. Layer ingredients
into a big punch bowl ending with
Mills Cool Whip. Be sure every layers
. Food Storage shows at the edge of the bowl.
. Canning Supplies Garnish with a fan cut strawberry.
. Monthly Classes (Please call Beautiful and Delishous!
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can be used for family gatherings,
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Water filter Sports Bottles (2 for $20.00) reg.24.95 a table as a center piece. It does not
Call Ted or Patti Whitbeck have many ingredients but it is beau-
(435) 496-3441 email: email@example.com tiful and goes a long way. It is finally
strawberry season! Hurray!
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