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Beaches

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Music Legend: Dr. Santosa is currently accepting new patients. Please call the Knisely Health CenterDavid at 358-7373 to schedule Bowe an appointment with Dr. Santosa today! pages 5-6

Open Access pages Clinic 7-8 TABLE OF Schedule CONTENTS Catfish

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*Must be at clinic and checked in bypages 11:30 a.m. 1-4 **All patients who are at clinic and checked in by 5:00 p.m. Debtors’ Rights will be seen on that day.

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Visiting Specialists: Fifty-Two Pick-Up pages 7-8 Dr. Roussell - Opthamologist Monday afternoon, August 23rd

Note: Dr. Roussell will not be doing surgery in August.

Dr. Lugg - Urologist Thursday afternoon, August 19th Dr. Wicks and Dr. Skaff - Cardiologists Fri., August 13th and Fri., August 27th We want to know if you are having problems scheduling an appointment with our healthcare providers. We are committed to your healthcare. If, for any reason, you are not able to schedule and appointment with your MHCC healthcare provider, please call 358-1444 and tell us your experience.

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by Rick Dandes TIDBITS GETS FIRED UP ABOUT August: a perfect time for a wonderful endof-summer family beach vacation. It’s a timeby Stanley Drummond honored tradition where some of the best Bosses are people, too.are (Really!) every year childhood memories made. And Everyone has on October 16, America pays tribute to their favorite sands, but when it comes tothem. familyoptions, not allBoss are created equal. Tidbitsin •friendly Actually, National Day was created picks some best beaches thatnamed parents, kids, 1958 by of anthe Illinois secretary Patricia honeymooners and surfers alike are guaranteed Haroski. She chose October 16 because it was to her love. father’s birthday. Her father also happened

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• Located along shore were of Lake Huron, west of that bosses inthe general underappreciated, Owen Sound, Ontario’s Sauble Beach been and registered the date with the U.S. has Chamber voted the best freshwater beach in Canada of Commerce as an official observance. by Reader’s Digest readers. There’s a good reason • for Interestingly enough, 2005 survey done by an that: 11 km (6.8 amiles) of sandy beach. international human resources consulting firm Here, the water is shallow and warm making it theand majority of employees would arevealed treat forthat young old alike.

not trade with their boss. The primary • The 7 km places (4.3 miles) of beaches within the reason given was the change that would result Lesser Slave Lake provincial park in Alberta between them and their co-workers. are simply stunning, offering whiteThey sandcould and no longer ignore or laugh at any slackers in their inviting water. But Devonshire Beach here is department; they’d be responsible anydune poor truly something special, with rare for sand performers. ecology that goes back 1,500 years. It’s also the site of annualselling sand building competition. • Hallmarkanstarted Boss Day cards in For those who like beach views, hike to the 1979. While they don’t reveal actual sales Marten Mountain Viewpoint, within the figures, they do disclose that the “holiday” is provincial park. poised to break into the list of top 10 card-sendturn few the page for more! ing events within the next years. turn the page for more!

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Page 2 BEACHES (continued): • Slave Lake in Alberta is a hub for recreation and activity when you’ve had enough of the tranquil peace of the provincial park. While you’re in the area, enjoy the Riverboat Daze, the Lesser Slave Lake Song Bird Festival and annual fishing tournaments. • Qualicum Beach of British Columbia, is one of the “grande dames” of Canadian seaside destinations and a traditional beach resort town. Its location and sandy beaches make it a popular spot for swimming and beachcombing. It offers lovely views of the Strait of Georgia, the Texada and Lasqueti Islands, as well as the Coast Mountain Range. • Nova Scotia’s Northumberland Shore offers some of the warmest waters north of the Carolinas. Melmerby’s sandy beach is one of the finest beaches in the province and a fantastic seaside destination. • Brackley Beach, located in Prince Edward Island National Park, offers long stretches of pristine sandy beaches and majestic dunes of the sort that enthusiasts of the “Anne of Green Gables” miniseries are sure to recognize. But look for conservation measures along the dunes: unique flora and fauna are protected by National Parks’ initiatives all along the shoreline. • Set against verdant old-growth forests and punctuated by giant rock monoliths, including Haystack Rock, quaint and kid-friendly Cannon Beach lies just 80 miles (129 km) west of Portland, Oregon. While the Pacific waters here are often too cold for swimming, kite flying, along with tide pooling and sandcastle building, reign supreme on this wide sandy shore. The kites sold at the town’s weathered cedar-clad shops make the perfect summer vacation souvenir.

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Haystack Rock, quaint and kid-friendly Aug 15 Beach - 21 lies just 80 miles (129 km) west Cannon of Page Portland, 2 Oregon. While the Pacific waters here are often too cold for swimming, kite flying, along with tide pooling and sandcastle building, reign supreme on this wide sandy shore. The kites sold at the town’s weathered cedar-clad shops make the perfect summer vacationBEACHES souvenir. (continued): • Eastern vacationers flock to Cape May every summer. Victorian-house-lined streets might not be what comes to mind when you think of going “down the Shore,” but this National Historic District in southern New Jersey is full of surprises. Indeed, while Cape May has the beautiful expanse of beach and requisite icecream shops for visitors, it also boasts boutique hotels, horse-drawn carriage rides and a toprated, seafood-centric culinary scene bound to please grown-ups. • It’s no wonder that after all these years the Cape Cod region of Massachusetts still lures families in droves. After all, aren’t vast beaches, pounding surf and fried seafood what vacation dreams are made of? But of all the Cape’s beaches, the National Seashore’s Coast Guard Beach stands out, not only for the large waves begging to be body surfed, but also for its educational and natural attractions. • Daytona Beach’s 23 miles (37 km) of sparkling Florida sand promise plenty of surfside fun to keep the kiddies content, plus a plethora of off-beach activities to keep them occupied away from the sun. Wildlife excursions on the Halifax River and the nearby Marine Science Center offer eco-education, while the racecar simulator at the Daytona 500 Experience thrills adults and kids alike. • Hilton Head Island’s 12 miles (19 km) of South Carolina beachfront are child-friendly indeed, with shallow waters, gentle waves and sand dollar-dotted shores. Watch the water for a while, and you’ll likely spot frolicking pods of dolphins; you can even see the smiling mammals up close by chartering a dolphin cruise. • If your family is more trendy than traditional, look no further than Newport Beach in Southern California. Frequented by sunbathers, surfers, and yes, families, miles upon miles of sandcastle-ready beach are open to the public.

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Q. What’s the best day to go to the beach? A. Sun-day.

1. Beaches are one of the most popular travel destinations. Out of 10 trips taken by people, how many include going to a beach? 2. Where is the famous South Beach? 3. It’s a beach island but best known for its golfing opportunities. Name it. 4. What is the name for an individual who searches the beach for valuable objects?

1. Dr. Stephen Leatherman is quite influential during the summer tourism months. What is his alter-ego? 2. This famous 1960s rock and roll group incorporated their love of the ocean into their music. Name them. “Sponges grow in the ocean. That just kills me. I wonder how much deeper the ocean would be if that didn’t happen.” – comedian Steven Wright

A woman went to the beach with her children. Her 4-year-old son ran up to her, grabbed her hand, and led her to the shore where a dead seagull lay in the sand. “Mommy, what happened to him?” the little boy asked. “He died and went to heaven,” she replied. The child thought for a moment and said, “And God threw him back down?”

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Ben Affleck 8/15/1972 Madonna 8/16/1958 Robert De Niro 8/17/1943 Patrick Swayze 8/18/1952 Bill Clinton 8/19/1946 Robert Plant 8/20/1948 Kenny Rogers 8/21/1938

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• Like all catfish, channel cats will eat pretty much anything. Their diet includes insect larvae, crayfish, mollusks, small fish and clams, snails, worms and seeds. Channel catfish mainly feed at night, and use their barbels to find food in the deep, dark water. • The glass catfish is mostly transparent and often seen in home aquariums. Catfish are also included in aquariums as scavengers, to help keep the tank clean. • In late spring or early summer, male catfish build a nest in a crevice or hole at the bottom of the river. They may use submerged logs, hollow containers or other dark, secluded spots. The female then lays her eggs in a large, sticky, jelly-like mass. • A female blue catfish can produce as many as 100,000 eggs at a time. • Catfish spawning usually occurs in May and June. The male drives the female from the nest after she has laid her eggs, and he cares for the eggs, which hatch in five to 10 days. The male then guards the new baby catfish. • Catch your own! Catfish are easy to catch on cut bait, worms, crickets, dough balls and a wide variety of natural and prepared baits. They can be caught at any time of day, but bite best at night. They are not fighters.

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tidbits@tidbitswyoming.com

Assistant Publisher Cell: 307-315-0224

collette@tidbitswyoming.com

Cozy! 3-4bd, 3 bath, 2 car gar. Stunning home that has been completely Updated & Remodeled! Priced at 232,500 Enter ID#3015 Spacious Home! 5-6 bd, 3.5 ba, 4 car garage with shop. HUGE Addition & Many updates. RV Parking Priced at $265,000 Enter ID# 3335 Visit website: www.seecasperhomes.com For deatailed info, see pictures, virtual tours & request more information. Also get Pre-qualified for FREE! Call Wendy Brown Direct at: 307473-8344 VALLEY ROAD ADDRESS 3 minutes to Crest Hill, Ft. Casper and new CY. 3 bedrooms, 1.75 baths, double garage, fenced, evaporative cooling, lawn irrigation, appliances. Call owner for showing 259-0652, $193,600. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BDRM 2 BATH NEWLY RMDLD HOME ON 3 LOTS W/ DTCHD GARAGE! NEW WINDOWS, SIDING, INSULATION! LOCATED IN HANNA, WY! SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY! $93,333 - 307-321-0577

RV/TRAILER HOUSEKEEPING 24/7! INSURED W/REFS!! DEEP OR LIGHT CLEANING! LAST MINUTE OR SCHEDULED - LOWEST PRICES - FREE CONSULTS!! CASPER & SURROUNDING AREAS! NEAT FREAKS! CALL 307-321-0665 OR 307-321-6275

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Published and Distributed by Alimon Publishing, LLC Locally Owned and Operated by Alisha Collins

Delightful Home! 4 bd, extra room, 2.5 ba, 2 car gar. Newly finished basement. $2000 yard allowance. Priced at $198,000. Enter ID#3535

Brenda Stark Sales Consultant

Cell: 307-259-5010 jaysdeebar@yahoo.com

HOMES FOR RENT 143 S FENWAY 3-4 bedroom, 2 full bath, washer/dryer,

30 FT CAMPER. REMODELED. VERY Clean. 2 propane bottles. Electric or propane. Call 436-8726.

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Tidbits of Glenrock, Douglas & Wheatland

SHOP DOUGLAS! Call Brenda Stark for details at 259-5010

One-Stop Shopping (307) 358-3255 (For late wild game drop off, give us a call) We Guarantee It’s Your Own Meat

Taxidermey Studio & Tannery Bob & JJ Davis

351-0642 or 351-1063

NEW 119 Center Douglas, WY 82633 Location

August 12 - August 18, 2010


Tidbits of Glenrock,Douglas and Wheatland, 08/12/10