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thursday, aug 2 $ 30

with BlackBeat

Drum Group

Alison Krauss + Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas with Kacey Musgraves

FrIday, aug 3 $ 59.95

Counting Crows with

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we are augustines Field Report Kasey anderson & the Honkies

FrIday, aug 10 $ 59.95

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Sugarcane Collins

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Family Concert “Pinocchio”

Stephen ashbrook Doug Bond

Grand Finale “French Accents” with the Spokane

sunday, aug 5 $ 6

Youth Orchestra

COMpLiMentaRY wine taStinG

sunday, aug 12 $ 34.95

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Two Tone 5pc dining set with SOLID ALDER table top

Was

$1349 ...... NOW $649

29” Padded swivel barstool with nailhead trim Was $109 .............. NOW $79 SOLID OAK extension

table with 4 matching chairs Was $1019........ NOW $699

Stylish Parsons Chair

in a handsome espresso finish was $119 .............. NOW $69

Two Tone 5pc dining set

with sturdy padded chairs Was $659 .........NOW $459

ONLY 2 LEFT!! “Hillside

Village” 24 padded barstool by Intercon Was $139 ............ NOW $99

Natural Finish

HARDWOOD spindle-back dining chair Was $65 ............... NOW $39

“Branson” Dropleaf table

with 4 matching hardwood chairs Was $599 .........NOW $419

“Sao Paulo” padded

ladder-back side chair Was $89 ............... NOW $59

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“Tulsa” 4pc bedroom group including a queen bed, dresser, mirror, and nightstand was $1887 .......NOW $999 Antique Oak queen size

panel bed was

$479..........NOW $349

Rustic pine 6 drawer dresser in two colors to choose from was $389..........NOW $279 Children’s Jewelry Armoire available in white

or cherry was

$179............. NOW $99

“Fenton” stylish queen

size metal bed $399..........NOW $299

was

LIVING ROOMS

“Hawkeye Dune”

POWER double reclining microfiber sofa “AS IS” was $1269 .......NOW $899

60” contemporary tv console available in black or cherry was $319..........NOW $199 2pc loose back two-tone sectional

was

$1299 .......NOW $999

3pc occasional table set

including a cocktail table and TWO end tables was $299..........NOW $199

Stylish sofa in two colors

to choose from $629..........NOW $429

was

Queen size leather

sleeper with contour seating $1119 .......NOW $839

PINE 4 Drawer student

was

Queen Size SOLID

“Racer” armless click clack sofa in a durable synthetic material was $349..........NOW $239

desk in two colors to choose from was $269..........NOW $179 HARDWOOD platform bed in 5 colors to choose from was $429..........NOW $369

Twin/Twin metal bunkbed

available in white, red, or black $299..........NOW $199

was

“Grayson” twin size platform bed with 2 storage drawers was $319..........NOW $199

Great Buys

at our

“Kelvin Hall” lift-top

cocktail table on casters $369..........NOW $269

was

“Downsizer” microfiber recliner in 3 colors to choose from was $349..........NOW $219 “Sedona Chocolate”

microfiber sofa that is great for limited space was $569..........NOW $349

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Boomer the Squirrel

Best of Bonners

Find Boomer’s acorn hidden in an ad! Answer below:

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Answer: The acorn is hidden in the Evans Brothers Coffee Ad on page 10.

Local Buzz

Congratulations to june’s acorn finder Shirley Mayo!

Fry Foundation 4th Annual Golf Tournament

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Healthy Living

Health Products that Make a Difference

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State Farm

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BUSY. BUSY. BUSY. BUSY. BUSY. Brian Strong, Agent 6813 El Paso Street, Ste 2 Bonners Ferry, ID 83805 Bus: 208-267-3530 www.insurenorthidaho.com

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Our garden center is fully stocked for your summer landscaping needs!

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owadays, many people search online for services instead of reaching for the phone book. To increase your online exposure your pages should include your street address, zip code, phone number, five-digit zip code and make sure to list your business within local business directories. Submitting To Directories Links from directories are some of the most valuable links you can get. Note: Directories are not the same as search engines. A link from a directory will help your search engine ranking. There are thousands of online directories, but some are more significant than others. In addition to directories such as the Open Directory Project, some of the most important search engines such as Yahoo and Google have directories of their own. Some of the greatest advantages of submitting your site to directories are you get: • One-way links. Remember, one-way links are more valuable than reciprocal links. • Potentially qualified clients repeatedly see your listing.

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WWW.W4PAYROLL.COM Convenient Online Payroll Services. 208.267.0007. WWW.RHOADSTAX.COM. 6476 S. Main Street STE. B, Bonners Ferry. A+ Member Of Better Business Bureau For Over 20 Years. Unlimited Talk! Unlimited Text! Free Hotspot! Shareable data that powers up to 10 devices now. It’s the plans that revolve around you...all on our 4G network too! Come in to E.T. Wireless for a free account analysis. 6665 Main Street 208.267.7100

Obtaining links from directories drive an increasing amount of traffic to your site. In addition, you are improving your ranking within search engines such as Google and Yahoo. Submit Your Site to Industry Sites and Specialized Directories Because a link from a relevant site is more important than one from an irrelevant site, links from industry sites and specialized directories are highly valuable. If your business is a member of professional associations, ask for a link to your site. The more links you obtain from related websites, the more likely your site will be considered an authority site.

Yoder’s Discount Groceries on the South Hill in Bonners Ferry. We have farm fresh eggs, raw milk, fresh produce and discounted groceries. Hours: Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm 876 Ginger Lane 208.267.9607

Searching online you will find directories focused on your particular industry such as business coaching, accounting, retail and such. For more information about advertising on local online directories, contact Like-Media at info@like-media.com or 208.904.3838.

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Let us bring the beauty of our custom cut wood into your life! Visit our showroom to see samples or check us out on the web! • Custom Flooring and Boards • Large Real Wood Beams--Up to 44’ Long • Decorative Mantles, Desktops, Counters, etc. • House Logs Owners: Gary and Brandon Regehr

There’s always a new sale happening each month with 15% off cash, check, or credit card and 10% off financing and special orders. Call or stop in for our current monthly sale. 6443 McCall Street 1.888.267.0914 or 208.267.7267

“Healthy posture is a must. Chiropractors help adjust!” Chiropractic care for the whole family! Men, women, pregnant, mothers, teens and children. Make your appointment today! Dr. Pamela Svec, D.C. 6514 Main Street 208.267.7355

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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT

Like a Good Neighbor State Farm is Here... ...IN BONNERS FERRY!

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he saying says it all, although known nation wide, State Farm is more than just a name; it’s an organic company whereby each locally owned office invests itself in the community it serves. For this reason alone, State Farm sets itself apart from all other insurance companies. The best part, clients receive personal, one on one service backed by the largest personal lines insurance company. Why does State Farm consistently receive Top Honors when rated on service? Because they believe in local, personal, hands on service. For example, if your house catches on fire, no matter what time day or night, call State Farm’s 24 hour customer service response center and State Farm will have your agent at your door step ready to take care of you immediately. Not only that but Brian has been a firefighter and emergency medical technician for 22 years; that experience adds to the level of service your local State Farm office brings. “We’re local and we are here.” Brian Strong, owner and operator of the Local Bonners Ferry State Farm Agency said. Brian has been with State Farm for 15 years specializing in business underwriting and recently decided to become an agent. Having always dreamed of someday moving to a small community in the mountains where he could hike, backpack, camp and enjoy the great outdoors, Bonners Ferry fit the bill. Brian went on to say, “We fell in love with not only the beautiful landscape but the community as well. Having moved from Columbia Missouri, this is the lifestyle we always dreamed of.” Brian and his wife, Josey, followed their hearts and took over the local State Farm Agency, “This was the perfect opportunity to own a small local business.” Brian’s team consists of Cody Martin and Sarah Smith and both are North Idaho natives. Sarah is from Bonners Ferry

and Cody is from Post Falls. They are fully licensed and bank certified and make a great addition to the local State Farm family. In addition, Brian is a State Farm Financial Services Representative helping people build their futures not just protect them.

6813 El Paso Street, Suite 2 Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805 208.267.3530 www.insurenorthidaho.com

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CITIZENS OF THE MONTH

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PIZZA • SALADS • SANDWICHES Nightly Specials starting at 5pm. Hours: 11-8 Monday-Saturday

Outstanding Citizens of the Month CHARLES CROSS AND GREG SOBCZAK

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’m sure that you remember Charles from BTC, Safeway, and now at Super 1. Charles is one of those that is always happy to be at work. As always, there with a big smile and a happy greeting.

Charles has lived in Bonners Ferry for 12 1/2 years. He has worked in the grocery industry for 9. The best part about living in Bonners Ferry Charles says is the “Great outdoors”. Fishing, hunting and skiing are his favorite things to do. He loves his job because gets to meet new people and he enjoys working at the new Super 1 because its one of the best things to happen to Bonners. Greg Sobczak moved to Bonners Ferry in June 2012 from Vancouver, Washington. In his multiple visits over the years, he has discovered the beauty of the area and developed an interest in the “small town” way of life. Greg had grown weary of traffic jams and all the other things that go along with city life. Greg is the owner of Gem Fireplace & Stove. He started in the hearth and barbecue industry in 2006 working as the only service technician for a retail store in Beaverton, Oregon. Over the years he has attended factory training from well known manufacturers such as Lopi, Regency, Fireplace Xtrodinaire, Jotul, Valor, Austroflamm and Weber-Stephan (Weber). Greg Sobczak enjoys meeting new people and helping them with their fireplace or BBQ needs. He loves the problem solving aspect of his work and his goal is to resolve problems right the first time and to provide the best preventative services available.

M&S Engine Works Locally Owned & Operated Serving the Community Since 1990 Custom Engine Builder • Auto & Marine • Light Industrial Complete In-House Engine Machine and Balancing Service

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LOCAL BUZZ

Fry Foundation 4th Annual Golf Tournament TOURNAMENT PULLS LARGE ATTENDANCE MOE, HINTHORN BIG WINNERS

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ixty-four golfers, some in full golf regalia, brought sunglasses, sun-block, clubs, aspirations of winning the golf tournament, and possibly winning a car, to the Mirror Lake Golf Course in Bonners Ferry, Friday, June

“We are very pleased with the large turn-out for the community fund-raiser supporting Boundary Community Hospital” stated Marcia Morman, Community Relations Coordinator for Boundary Community Hospital. “The Fry Foundation’s Annual Golf Tournament is one of Fry Foundation’s main fund-raising events of the year. Linda Hiatt, President of Fry Foundation, pulled off another great day of golfing—even arranging for a sunny day!” Players competed in two-person teams. Ed Moe and Travis Hinthorn were overall winners and they will be flying high when Adventurist Air flies them over the mouth of Hell’s Canyon in a hot-air balloon for 90 minutes viewing historical Lewis and Clark lands--a prize donated by Adventurist Air worth $399. A total of $4,500 was raised. J.B.’s Les Schwab and Riverside Auto Center gave a re-usable water bottle to all participants. Generous prizes were given by Boundary Tractor, Chic-n-Chop, Dixon Golf, Edward Jones Investments, Gift Gallery, Inland Northwest Blood Mobile,

Kootenai River Brewery, Moose Valley Farms, Performance Off-Road, Ralph Lotspeich Golf Lessons, Silverwood Theme Parks, Spokane Chiefs Hockey, Spokane Indians Baseball, and Sugar Plum Floral. Riverside Auto Center was standing by with a shiny 2011 Jeep Compass Limited SUV for the lucky golfer who could sink the golf ball into hole #8 with one shot, and a hole-in-one on the 17th hole would have won a $500 Visa Card also from Riverside Auto Center. In spite of valiant attempts, no golfer was able to produce that lucky shot. The Eagle Sponsor was Yellowstone Insurance Exchange, Birdie Sponsor was Idaho Forest Products, Par Sponsors were Panhandle State Bank, and JB’s Les Schwab Tires, and Bogie Sponsors were Community Title, LLC, Echo Springs Transition Study Center, Eldon and Annie Koon, Gardiner Prime Angus Beef Ranch, and Super One Foods. The Festival of Trees is the next large fund-raiser for the Fry Foundation. Mark your calendar for Friday, December 7 and the Gala on Saturday, December 8 of this year. The Fry Foundation is one of our community’s most vital organizations. It is the community’s fund-raising vehicle helping enable Boundary Community Hospital deliver quality health-care in our rural setting.

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HEALTHY LIVING

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n a world where we’re stressed, overscheduled, and often overwhelmed, it’s easy to neglect our health. Stress negatively impacts our autoimmune system, making us more susceptible to garden variety viruses and bacteria. Over time, the cumulative effect of stress can lead to more serious chronic illnesses, as well as to life-threatening conditions. Thankfully, there are a number of health products on the market that can help us in our efforts. Joint Health: Whether you are a fitness buff or you lead a sedentary lifestyle, it’s all too easy for the condition of your joints and their connective tissues to deteriorate over time. Vitamin C is essential to joint health, but other nutritional supplements that are especially formulated to keep joints flexible can help, as can a cream that is used topically. Glucosamine, for example, helps the body produce collagen, which helps cushion and protect the joints. Digestion: If your diet is high in processed foods, or if you’re under a considerable amount of stress, the chances are good that your digestive tract is under duress. Thankfully, there a number of health products that can help you get back on track. Look for nutritional supplements that promote a healthy, pro-biotic digestive tract, and those that provide you with both soluble and insoluble fiber to get ride of accumulated toxins. Immune System: If your diet is out of whack or if you lead a stressful life, your immune system is likely to be disproportionately affected. It’s import to choose health products that boost your immune system by promoting

good intestinal bacteria, supporting the lymph glands, and providing protection against the damage caused by free radicals. Heart: A healthy diet and plenty of exercise are two elements of heart health, but it’s not always easy to get it right. That’s why health products that provide you with omega-3 fatty acids, formulations that support healthy heart rhythms, and nutritional supplements that optimize blood vessel strength and elasticity are important to have in your arsenal. Women’s Health: Women’s bodies are different from men’s bodies and need health products that specifically promote women’s health. Maintaining bone density, for example, is especially important for women, as is eliminating toxins that threaten breast health. When women are peri-menopausal or going through menopause, the right nutritional supplements can help alleviate symptoms and can ensure that a woman smoothly makes the transition through her middle years. Men’s Health: Like women, men have their special needs. Nutritional supplements that enhance prostate health, for example, can be especially relevant to men’s health, as can health products that are formulated to strengthen the immune system and increase cellular health. When you’re shopping for health products, it’s important to select a reputable company that uses natural ingredients. Choosing a global leader in health and wellness will ensure that you get the high quality products you need, that in turn will give you the peace of mind you deserve. artisan

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SENIOR FOCUS

History of the U.S. Senior Open SENIOR GOLFERS WANTED TO COMPETE

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he very first Senior Golf Open was played in New York in June of 1980 at the Winged Foot Golf Club on the East Course. It was established because of the interest of senior golfers who wanted to compete on an amateur and professional level. The very first Senior Open had six hundred and thirty-one entries. At this time, the senior golfer had to be at least fifty-five years of age the day of the tournament. Some of the former champions competed in the first Senior Golf Open such as William Campbell, Tommy Bolt, Jack Fleck, Ed Furgol and Lew Worsham. The winner of the first Senior Golf Open was Roberto De Vicenzo while William Campbell was in second place. The age limit was lowered to fifty just one year later to allow for more participants in the tournament. Arnold Palmer went onto win the second Senior Open at the age of fifty-one in Michigan. Miller Barber won the Senior Open in 1982, which was just one of his three wins for a Senior Open. The other two wins were for 1984 and 1985. As of 2002, there were a little over three thousand entries for the Senior Golf Open. In 2006, Allen Doyle became the new oldest winner of the Senior Open at the age of fifty-seven, eleven months, seventeen days. The oldest winner before that was De Vicenzo at the age of fifty-seven years, two months and fifteen days. Don Pooley won his way into the Senior Golf Open by qualifying and went onto win the tournament in 2002. Today, you will see only a three or four hole playoff if needed were in the past it used to be four playoffs of eighteen holes. There have only been a few times in the Senior Open history of a playoff occurring, once in 1981, 1983, 1988 and 1991 with the winners being Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Gary Player and Jack Nicholas respectfully.

In 2007, the Senior Open was played at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin where senior golf player Brad Bryant won the Championship. He had winnings of four hundred and seventy thousand dollars to take home with him. He did share his revenue with his caddies Tony Smith. The golf course designed Pete Dye was designed to attract PGA tournaments in the future. It proved to be a tricky course that is considered rugged terrain that does not have golf cart abilities. If you want a chance to watch the U.S. Senior Open when it comes to your town, you can buy advance tickets, walk around with your favorite players, and see how they fair in the tournament. Some of the courses they play are set up according to the guidelines established for the tours. This is just another way to see how the pros do it and how they apply different stances and what clubs they use to get distance and win the game. It is always a spectacular event for any city and golf course when the Senior Open comes to town.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

JULY 15TH - AUGUST 15TH July 1- July 26 - Summer Yoga at the Pearl. This summer The Pearl Theatre will offer yoga classes taught by Victoria Blake Thompson. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-6:30pm. Fee is $50 for 10 classes. Summer session begins June 19th and concludes July 26th. The 10 class punch card can be carried over to the fall sessions which will begin at the end of August. July 18 - Bonners Ferry Blood Drive. Give blood from 10 am to 5:30pm at the Mountain Springs Church, 6789 Mane St., next to Far North Sports. To sign up go to www.inbc2.org or call 1.800.425.0151. July 20 - Foreign Film Festival at the Pearl. Come down to The Pearl Theatre and see a wonderful film. “The King of Masks”, (Chinese) story of a young Chinese girl and a remarkable street performer. Suitable for all ages who can read subtitles. (A great family film) Tickets are $8 for individuals or $20 for the family at the door. 7pm at the Pearl. July 21 - August 18 - Saturday Farmers Market. Join us at the City parking lot for the Saturday Farmers Market. From 8am to 1pm at the city parking lot. Stop in on Saturdays to get your fill of doughnuts, bagels, popcorn and more! Once you have appeased your sweet tooth browse the market for all the wonderful locally grown and produced products our vendors provide. July 21 - Kids Day. Come on down to the famous Saturday Farmers Market for Kid’s Day. There will be music by Kathy O’Leary and get your fill of kettle corn, doughnuts and more! Browse the market for all the wonderfully locally grown and products our vendors provide. City parking lot from 8am to 1pm. July 21 - Justin Lantrip and Josh Hedland in Concert. The Pearl Theatre has a fun night planned, Sandpoint musicians Justin Lantrip and Josh Hedland in concert. They will play solo acoustic and sing the songs they wrote. Tickets $8 at the door. 7pm at the Pearl Theatre. July 27- Performers Circle - Open Mic and Jam Session. Performers’ Circle has 12 WWW.NEWSLINESONLINE.COM

become exactly that...performers gathered in a circle sharing music, stories. poetry, comedy, improve and theatre work, etc. Those who are open to others joining in and jamming offer the invite and you just never know what is going to happen! It’s 2 buck chuck night at the Pearl Café - $2 beer/wine, pizza and desserts! Doors open at 6pm with performances starting at 7pm. No charge...donations collected at the door for theater use. July 28 - Kaniksu Health Clinic Open House. Free food and fun! Kaniksu Health Services at 11am located at 6635 Comanche Street, Bonners Ferry. To find out more, call Kris at 208.921.6004. July 28 - Bike and Hike on the Dike Challenge. Twoperson bike ride/run. Registration begins at 7:30am at the Search & Dive Building, 6821 Riverside Street, the challenge begins at 9 am with each twoperson team starting at the same time; one walking or running, the other riding a bicycle. The 10-mile route follows the Kootenai River west through the Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge. Team members can take turns riding or walking as often as wanted, but both members must cross the finish

July 28 - Bonners Ferry FFA and FFA Alumni Agriculture Festival. Events will include local vendors, booths and displays, ranch breakfast, softball game, BBQ and a dance with a live band and much, much more. This is a family event, everyone is welcome for a fun filled country day! For more information or how to be a vendor call 208.290.6844. July 31 - Boundary Community Hospitals’ Sports Physical Clinic. Are you ready for the Season? Tuesday at 5-7pm the Boundary Community Hospital will have a Free Youth Sports Physical Clinic for students participating in any sports,

including cheerleading, who are entering grades 7, 9, 11, or new to the sports programs, or part of the flag football team. Boundary Community Hospital Outpatient Clinic, 6640 Kaniksu Street, Bonners Ferry. 208.267.3141, ext 324. August 3 - Officer Tiffany Murray and K9. One of the last summer programs. The Boundary County Library program will have Officer Tiffany and her dog for everyone to meet! 1pm at the Library, 6370 Kootenai Street. For more information call 208.267.3750.

line (back at the starting point) together. After the race there will be great food, prizes and awards. Cost is $30 per team with T-shirts, $20 no shirts. All proceeds benefit Boundary Search and Dive Rescue. 208.255.6073. July 28 - All-You-Can-Eat Huckleberry Pancake Breakfast. Something we all have been waiting for! All you can eat huckleberry pancake breakfast from 8am10:30am. Located at the Boundary County Airport, hosted by EAA Chapter 757, $5 suggested donation. 208.267.7723 .

August 4 - Baking Workshop. The Springs of Living Water Free Methodist Church, is holding a one-day faithbased workshop to teach baking, cupcake decorating and how to make and use a solar oven for children 6-12 (parents welcome) from 10am-2pm at 6957 LaBrosse Hill Street, Bonners Ferry. August 10 - Grand Finale. In the park by the library there will be the Grand Finale and Craft Day (weather permitting), featuring a program by Aaramie Hoisington and a Juggler Extraordinaire. Plan on a great day of fun!. Call 208.267.3750 for details. August 10 - Live Music At Papa Bryds. Grab a date and head down to Papa Bryds for Live Music from 6-9pm. At


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6371 Kootenai Street, Bonner Port Mall. 208.267.0891. August 11 - BFHS Class of ‘62 50th Reunion. The reunion will be held at the First Creek Resort. Organizers are Patty Davis Voegle, Ted Moline, Bill Branson, Pat Meeker Stewart and Sandy Davis Chubb. To find out more, call Pat at 208.290.1491 or Sandy at 208.267.5226. August 15-18 - Boundary County Fair 2012! Blue Jeans n’ Country Dreams!

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FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE Lakeview Funeral Home & Cremation Service 301 South Olive | Sandpoint, Idaho 208.263.3180

SPA/SALON Mane Street Hair Full service salon. 6451 McCall Street, Suite A Bonners Ferry, ID 208.267.1170

FURNITURE Beck’s Furniture 6443 McCall Street | Bonners Ferry, ID 1.888.267.0914 or 208.267.7267

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MATERNITY Lavender & Roses Birth & Mothering Center Sherry Bushnell, LM, CPM 516 Louisiana Street | Libby, MT 208.946.0640

VARIETY STORE Huckleberry Variety Things for everyday and those special occasions. 7214 Main Street | Bonners Ferry, ID 208.267.3286

MARKETING Like-Media Powerful marketing, branding and social media integration. 208.904.3838.

VETERINARIAN Animal Medical Care Small and large animal veterinarian. Bob Stoll, DVM. 1120 Superior Street | Sandpoint, ID 208.263.8222

MEDICAL/PHARMACY Chiropractic Care Chiropractic care for the whole family! Dr. Pamela Svec, D.C. 6514 Main Street | Bonners Ferry, ID 208.267.7355

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ACTIVITIES AND FUN

PAINT THE PORCH

Anxious to finally get the porch painted, I urged by husband to allow the man that knocked on our door looking for handiwork to do the job. The man happily agreed to paint it for $50. We were thrilled at our good luck of getting our wide porch painted for a measly $50. Minutes later there was a knock at the door. “All done” he said. “Already?” we both said at once. “Yeah, and by the way, it’s a Lexus not a Porsche”.

ADOPTION

A woman has twins and gives them up for adoption. One of them goes to a family in Egypt and is named “Ahmal.” The other goes to a family in Spain; they name him “Juan.” Years later, Juan sends a picture of himself to his birth mother. Upon receiving the picture, she tells her husband that she wishes she also had a picture of Ahmal. Her husband responds, “They’re twins! If you’ve seen Juan, you’ve seen Ahmal.”

JUST BEING PRACTICAL

A man wasn’t feeling well so he went to the doctor. After examining him the doctor took his wife aside, and said, “your husband has a very sensitive heart. I am afraid he’s not going to make it, unless you treat him like a king, which means you are at his every beck and call, 24 hours a day and that he doesn’t have to do anything himself. On the way home the husband asked with a note of concern “what did he say?” “Well”, the lady responded, “he said it looks like you probably won’t make it.”

REVENGE ON THE DOCTOR

A colleague and I were fitting clothes for a fashion show benefit. All the models were residents of our small town, including the local doctor. He tried on one outfit and then asked, “what should I do next?” Gleefully seizing the opportunity, my friend replied, “go to the dressing room remove your clothes, put on a paper robe and wait.”

TO THE DOCTOR

So this old man goes to the doctor and the doctor says, “You’re test results came back and I’m afraid I have some bad news. You have Cancer and you have Alzheimer’s”. The old man says, “That ain’t so bad, at least I don’t have Cancer!”

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PREGNANT!?

A lady went to a doctor’s office where she was seen by a doctor. A few minutes into the examination screeching could be heard from the room and then the lady burst out of the room as if running for her life. After much effort a nurse finally managed to calm her down enough to tell her story. The nurse barged into the office of the doctor and screamed, “Shame on you, Mrs. Smith is 82 years old, and you told her she’s pregnant!?” The doctor continued writing calmly and while barely looking up said, “Well, does she still have the hiccups?”


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