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his month Sandpoint, celebrates its 27th annual Lost in the ‘50s event, which may be Sandpoint’s biggest attraction all year! Organizer Carolyn Gleason has been behind the scenes since its inception 26 years ago. What started off as an adjunct to a ‘50’s-themed dance she organized as part of a means to drum up money for the Festival of Sandpoint this event has blossomed into an incredibly popular experience here in Sandpoint. The first year there were 26 total cars, the next year 56, the third 100 and today too many to count. Car enthusiasts come from all over including many from Canada. The event spans three days and includes several shows, dances, a cruise through town and a full-fledged show downtown. It kicks off Thursday night, May 17th with Rock ‘N’ Roll Heaven at the Panida Theatre. On Friday afternoon, May 18th cars and their drivers assemble at the high school parking lot. Once fully amassed, they line file out and head to the parade. Following the parade there is a show and dance at the Bonner

County Fairgrounds starting at 7:30. And last, on Saturday, May 19th the car show takes place from 9:45 AM to 3:30 PM. Wrapping up the event there will be a final show and dance at the Bonner County Fairgrounds featuring the Tokens, the Reflections and the Rocky and the Rollers band! This unique event has been made possible because of the generous donations that come in to support it. Without donations Sandpoint would lose this experience. Over the last few years Carolyn has seen donations fall and as a result she has personally had to put in not only her blood sweat and tears, but a lot of her own money just to keep this event alive. Its been a labor of love for her and without her relentless efforts this show would not go on. All donations can be made by dropping in at 2nd Avenue Pizza or visiting Every cent donated will go directly to Lost in the ‘50s. With the very real possibility of not having enough money to continue Lost in the ‘50s, please make it your mission to contribute. If everyone that came out to see the event just donated $1.00 we could raise close to twenty-five thousand dollars to keep Lost in the ‘50s a Sandpoint tradition.

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BIG Fish

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ith the technology we have today you would think we would be able to communicate with the fish. Unfortunately, that has yet to be accomplished. Until that happens we must find another method to figure out what it takes to catch the big ones.

So what do we know about big fish? For one thing they are hard to catch. They are older and that probably explains why they are big. This doesn’t sound like much to start with, but really it is quite a bit of information. So what theories can we come up with from these simple statements of fact? One thing we have learned as humans is that we learn to avoid bad experiences. Generally we do not want to repeat behaviors that cause us pain or endanger our lives. Fish are probably not that different from us. The big fish probably are wary of the common approaches to catching them, especially if they have been lucky enough to be released or were able to spit the hook or break the line to gain their freedom. With the growing popularity of “catch and release” fishing , fish are learning what lures to avoid. Another theory is that big fish do not live and feed in the same locations as the majority of the smaller fish. When you think about this it makes logical sense. Adult humans are stronger than adolescent children, but the adolescent children are quicker and more agile. Few 40-year-old men will compete well with a 20 year old young man. Fish probably have similar issues. Older fish are probably not as agile the younger ones. So what conclusions can we draw from this? One might be that we need to use realistic baits, actions and presentations. Maybe it means trying something that fish haven’t seen. Why do you think so many professional anglers are always trying to come up with new and different presentations? Many of them work directly with lure manufacturers to develop new lures. What about sound? Several years ago rattles were added to lures. The fish responded. They had not experienced them and were anxious to bite them. The market was soon flooded with rattle baits. For several years now it has been pretty hard to find crank baits that don’t have a rattle. Recently fishermen are finding that the old non-rattle crank baits are working better that the ones that rattle. The moral of this story should be to use lures that are different and relatively unknown to the fish you are targeting.

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What about presentation? Presentation is a big concern. Obviously the closest presentation to natural bait will probably always be a good approach. If a fish can’t distinguish your bait from the natural thing then you have a good chance of fooling him into biting. Try fishing in a swimming pool or exceptionally clear water where you can see your lure really well. Watch your lure in action. What retrieve looks the most natural? Remember that speed can make a big difference here. Most fishermen fish their lures way to fast. Slowing down your presentation can make a huge difference. Practice casting. Usually a cast that allows your lure to gently enter the water with as little splash as possible draws the most strikes. Techniques like flipping are amazingly successful for allowing this type of lure entry. Often the best presentation is to have your lure enter the water within a couple of inches of the bank or log or other piece of cover you are fishing around. Most natural bait will not be jumping off a log or the bank and land three feet or more away from it. (This is not always the case. When fish are aggressive, they may want a fast presentation but usually slow is good and slower is better and the less splash at entry means a better chance for a bite). Try fishing where everyone else is not fishing. It makes some sense that the big fish would avoid heavy pressured waters and schooling with other bass. Also try fishing with big baits. If you were a youngster, you probably would not be as likely to eat a large bait, however, a large fish would likely take a larger bait. This is a proven method of pulling the larger fish from a school.

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Forty-One South

208.265.2000 41 Lakeshore Drive, Sagle, ID A beautiful waterfront, fine-dining restaurant in a romantic lodge setting overlooking Lake Pend Oreille. Spectacular sunsets, innovative cuisine, full bar and extensive wine list. Reservations recommended. $$/$$$

Sweet Lou’s

208.263.1381 477272 HWY 95, Ponderay ID Sweet Lou’s Restaurant and Bar proudly offers something for everyone, with specialties including chicken fried steak, smoked prime rib, bison ribs and grilled PB&J and bacon sandwiches. Both locations serve lunch and dinner, have full bars and offer outdoor seating. $/$$/$$$

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Ivano’s Ristorante

208.263.0211 102 South First Avenue, Sandpoint ID Fine Italian dining serving Sandpoint for over 27 years. Dinner served seven nights a week. Pasta, fresh seafood and steaks, veal, chicken and vegetarian entrees. Gluten free menu. Catering is available for weddings, family get-togethers and large gatherings. $/$$/$$$

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La Rosa Club

208.263.0211 105 South First Avenue, Sandpoint ID Tuscan Aperitivo Bar, Tapas Bar. Piadina (grilled Italian flatbread), cured meats & cheese, wines & beer and signature cocktails. Great place to meet a friend for a cocktail. Open Tues.-Sat. 4-10pm & 11pm on Fri. and Sat. Food served until 9pm, Tapas style menu. $/$$

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Little Olive


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208.597.7499 124 South 2nd Avenue, Sandpoint ID Fresh, home-made, great tasting greek spread. Large beer and wine selection. Outdoor patio and room inside for banquets and large parties. Coming soon in June: Big Tuna Sushi, right next door! Like us on Facebook! $/$$

208.597.7831 509 North 5th Avenue, Suite A, Sandpoint ID We micro roast and blend our organic beans to perfection every time! Our coffee is outstanding and our interior inviting, so come by and give us a try! We are open 7 days a week and have plenty of parking. We also offer fresh soup and pastries daily! Visit us on Facebook or our blog at We post our specials daily! $

Shoga Sushi Bar


208.265.2001 41 Lakeshore Drive, Sagle, ID Forty-One South brings sushi back to Sandpoint. Opening in May. Delicious sushi and Japanese cuisine. Beautiful, waterfront dining with spectacular sunset views. Professional and courteous service. Dinner 7 nights a week and lunch Mon-Fri. $/$/$$$

Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant


208.263.2995 314 North 2nd Avenue, Sandpoint, ID Authentic Mexican Specialties, Carnitas, Carne Asada, Tamales, Chilli Rellenos, Shrimp Fajitas and our famous Fish Tacos! Enjoy a huckleberry lemonade in our creative atmosphere and historic building with a full service lounge. Walk-ins welcome. Good for groups, kids and take out. Seasonal outside patio seating. Open daily. $/$$

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208.263.9514 414 Church Street, Sandpoint ID Fresh salads, scrumptious baked goods and a full barista bar featuring Evans Brothers coffee. Great place for meetings as well as a great space for private meetings. Try our Ahi Tuna sandwich, a Tango Specialty! Signature omelettes and original lunch specials. Open Mon.-Thurs. 7am5pm, and Fridays 7am-6pm. $/$$

208.263.9446 1326 Baldy Mountain Road, Sandpoint ID Come experience the sensational smells of fresh baking bread, cinnamon rolls, pies and pastries. Pick up a deli sandwich on our homemade bread and hot bowl of soup with a fresh baked roll or cornbread. Open Monday-Friday, 8:30am5:30pm. Like us on Facebook! $

Evans Brothers

208.265.5553 524 Church Road, Sandpoint, ID Exceptional organic and competition coffees roasted daily onsite, prepared by the region’s best baristas. Espresso drinks, single-cup brewing, local pastries. Unique open-air espresso bar with outside seating, inside lounge featuring art, clothing and retail. Roasting Studio and Neighborhood Espresso Bar Hours: M-F, 7a-4p. Sat 8a-2p. Find us on Facebook! $

Joes Philly Cheesesteak

208.263.1444 102 Church Street, Sandpoint ID Authentic philly cheesesteaks, on Amoroso rolls brought in from Philadelphia. Also have burgers, wraps, milkshakes and smoothies. Open Mon.Sat. 11am-6pm. Call ahead and it will be ready for you to take while you play on the beach. Check out our daily specials. Voted best burgers in the county! Find us on Facebook! $


Fiesta Bonita

208.263.6174 700 Kootenai Cutoff Road, Ponderay, ID Our best food and service for our clients who are the most important people! Featuring a full service bar. Open 7 days a week with authentic music and Mexican flare. $/$$

Sweet Lou’s in Hope

208.264.5999 46624 Highway 200, Hope ID By boat or car, your going to love it here! Lake and sunset views. Indoor/outdoor seating. Family friendly. Come for the RIBS thick and juicy with a choice of sauces. Steaks, salmon, salads and signature desserts. Full bar open all week. $/$$/$$$

The Pie Hut

208.265.2208 501 Church Street, Sandpoint, ID Sandpoint’s secret gem, serving fresh pies and full lunch/early dinners. Best homemade soups in town with wide collection of panini sandwiches and others, hot and cold, including cubans. Chicken pot pie and quiche as well. Fun atmosphere, exciting food selections and everchanging pie line-up. $/$$


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Are you looking for Affordable Health Insurance? There are more options available to you then you think. Benefits and premiums vary from one insurance company to another. I can simplify your options in easy to understand language. I’m committed to serve you through the application process and ongoing throughout the years. Offering you 16 years of experience in health plans for individual and families including Medicare plans, Part D coverage, dental/vision and final expense. Call for your free No Obligation consultation - a step closer to a better understanding of coverage that really does meet your needs and budget! Sandpoint—102 South Euclid Avenue, Suite #203 208.610.8096

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Come experience the warm, downhome feel and the sensational smells of fresh baking bread, cinnamon rolls, pies and pastries. While you are here, check out our vast array of spices, seasonings, local honey, eggs, raw milk and pastas. Or pick up a deli sandwich on our homemade bread and a piping hot bowl of soup with a fresh baked roll or cornbread. Open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm. Like us on Facebook! You can also book a move with our professional movers or schedule our handyman for some home repairs. Miller Handyman Services. Inc. and 208.265.5506. Sandpoint—1326 Baldy Mountain Road 208.263.9446

Cedar St. Bistro

“A downtown favorite.” A European Style Bistro/Café located in the heart of downtown Sandpoint inside the renown Cedar St. Bridge.

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BEST OF SANDPOINT 2012 Experience exceptional coffee and tea drinks, premium crafted gelato (Italian Ice Cream), delectable cakes & pastries, fine chocolates and tasty panini sandwiches, soups and crepes, all in a unique and warm setting. Sandpoint—334 North First Avenue 208.265.4396

Studio 121

Studio 121 is a full service hair salon deeply committed to your beauty and well being. They offer Brazilian Blowouts, Redken and Loreal Professional color lines, as well as Big Sexy Hair products. For the month of May, mention this ad and receive 25% off any hair care products or any one service offered in the salon. Open Mon-Fri from 9am-3pm with evenings available by appointment. Sandpoint—121 South 2nd Avenue 208.290.3800

JC Welding and Repair

Come see us at the new location next to Peck’s Landscape and Farm Store at the south end of Sagle! We now carry medium-heavy truck parts, such as Baldwin filters, Bendix air brake and much more. Fabrication, steel and aluminum welding and medium/heavy truck repair. ASE certified. Sagle—468215 Highway 95 South Phone: 208.290.7316, Fax: 208.255.4006

Evans Brothers Coffee

Exceptional, artisan coffees roasted on site. World class baristas prepare signature espresso drinks and exquisite coffees dripped to order in pourover brewbar or chemex. Free drip with bean purchase! Studio 524 Coffee Lounge features art, clothing, local gift items. Also available at Yokes, Super 1, Winter Ridge and Sandpoint’s best restaurants. Like us on Facebook! Sandpoint—524 Church Road by the historic granary tower 208.265.5553

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Located downtown, above Fritz’s Frypan, Sandpoint Marketing offers affordable and effective local internet marketing programs. We provide full service web design services, search engine optimization, social media strategy and training as well as conventional sales and marketing products and training. From the very basic to the far-out and complicated—our design and technical teams have solutions ready to help you succeed. Web design, search engine optimization and social media are moving fast, very fast. It is important that you have a trusted resource to help your business navigate these rapidly evolving mediums. Call us today at 208.255.2274 or email owner Jamey Layman at Our initial consultations are without charge and we can meet you at our office or yours. We are also not opposed to having meetings on the mountain or out on the lake! Sandpoint—329 1/2 North First Avenue 208.255.2274

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Bizarre Bazaar is Bonner County’s premier upscale resale shop. Owned and operated by the Community Assistance League, Bizarre Bazarre is staffed entirely by dedicated CAL volunteers. All profits are returned to the community in the form of grants and scholarships. Whether you’re looking for quality clothing, jewelry, household items, collectibles, books or furniture, make Bizarre Bazaar your first stop. We appreciate all donations, and will even pick up furniture! Sandpoint—502 Church Street 208.263.3400

Zany Zebra is the place to shop. We have the latest fashion, accessories, jewelry, footwear, cards, gifts and gags! Unique and surprising—in a GOOD way! We stock lots and lots of Miss Me and Silver jeans (at prices lower than anywhere, in everyone’s size) and the cutest tops to go with them. Jewelry? We have styles in all price ranges—from locally crafted fine silver to funky, spunky chic. There are tons of accessories to polish your look, hilarious gifts to brighten your day and it’s all served up with a smile. Come by or shop online, you’ll be happy you did! Like us on Facebook! Sandpoint—317 North First Avenue 208.263.2178

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CANCER…Most of us have been affected by a diagnosis whether a family member or friend. If you are a Bonner or Boundary County resident who’s been diagnosed with cancer you need to come to Community Cancer Services (CCS). We are a local non-profit organization that was founded in 2002 by local citizens whose mission is to provide support to local cancer patients. Financially and emotionally, we are a great resource. Sandpoint—1215 Michigan Street, Suite B 208.255.2301

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hese days you will find many people looking for options for making their diet rich in nutrients. The food pyramid is like a tool that will ensure that you have a healthy diet. There are different ways of illustrating a healthy diet plan but the most accepted way is in the shape of the pyramid. Food pyramids have been used by dieticians and even doctors for outlining different food groups as well as food choices, which will lay the foundation for a healthy intake of food if taken in right proportion. The Food Pyramid Today there are several types of food pyramids available and this might confuse you as you might not know which ones to choose. But the good thing is that the basic principles of different food pyramids are same and focus on the following: 1. Eat as much fruits as possible with fresh vegetables and whole grains 2. Reduce the intake of trans fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol as much as possible 3. Limit the intake of salt and sweets 4. Avoid alcohol or drink in moderation 5. Control the total number of calories consumed by you on a daily basis 6. Physical activity is a must The Four Main Categories of Vegetarian: i. Flexitarians: These people are also known as semivegetarians and they follow a plant-based diet normally and sometimes consume smaller quantities of poultry, meat and fish. ii. Vegans: Vegans are pure vegetarian who will consume only plant-based foods. They will not consume any animal-derived food like eggs, cheese, meat, milk and fish. iii. Lacto-Ovo Vegetarians: This comprises of people who

consume milk, eggs, and any milk products like yogurt and cheese apart from plant-based foods. Lacto-ovo vegetarians don’t consume fish and red meat. iv. Lacto-Vegetarians: Lacto-vegetarians consume only milk and milk based products apart from plant-based foods. They don’t consume fish, eggs, meat and other poultry products. A healthy diet includes mostly fibrous food, which is in the form of fresh vegetables and fruits. Some of the important nutrients available through non-meat sources include: i. Protein: The human body requires a lot of protein for maintaining healthy bones, skin, muscles and other organs. Some of the food products that are high in proteins include legumes, soy products, lentils, seeds, nuts and whole grains. ii. Vitamin B-12: The human body requires vitamin B-12 for producing red blood cells and to prevent anemia. Vitamin B-12 is found in some of the enriched cereals, or fortified soy products. iii. Calcium: Calcium is required mostly for strengthening the bones and to make the teeth stronger. You can find calcium in most of the green vegetables like turnip, spinach, collard greens, broccoli and kale. iv. Iron: Iron is a crucial nutrient that is required for red blood cells. You can consume iron by eating peas, dry beans, lentils, whole-grain products, fruits like bananas, dark leafy green vegetables, enriched cereals, and even dry fruit. You can also consume foods, which are rich in vitamin C like citrus fruits, strawberries, tomatoes, broccoli and cabbage. v. Zinc: This is an important nutrient that builds enzymes in the human body for enhancing the process of cell division and also helps in the formation of proteins. Some of the best food sources for zinc include soy products, whole grains, nuts and wheat germ.

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Neurofeedback is an alternative natural therapy that is non-invasive, nonpharmaceutical, and requires almost no effort on the part of the trainee. Also known as EEG Biofeedback It trains brainwaves to find and utilize more efficient neural pathways. In doing so the brain is taught to get “in the zone” and function at peak performance levels. Since the brain is our master regulator, quality of life is improved in a variety of ways. Studies have shown statistically significant improvement in pain, sleep, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, flashbacks, nightmares, seizures, migraines, memory loss. Evidence also supports improvements in behaviors associated with attentiveness, impulsivity, resistance, distractibility, even IQ is often improved. UCLA studies show that, coupled with Rehab, Counseling, or a 12 step program Neurofeedback training can reduce the incidence of addiction relapse by up to 77%. Under a Doctor’s supervision some are able to reduce or eliminate the need for certain medications. Neurofeedback trains the brain to improve mental focus, peak performance, and quality of life for students, athletes, professionals, seniors, and anyone who wants to reduce their stress, think more clearly, and perform better in their daily life. Call today to unlock your true potential and love your life. Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm Sandpoint, Idaho 208.610.3183 Accepting Visa and MasterCard

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enior centers have been created and developed to specifically cater to the unique needs of aging individuals. It is important to find out the background and current programs offered to determine if they provide the right activities for seniors that will truly lead to long term benefits. Find a center that encourages independence for overall sense of well-being.

wellness. The directors and facilitators can provide you full details regarding the events and programs given for residents. It is recommended that you consider location as a factor in choosing the right senior center. If you plan to leave your parent or grandparent there, it will be to your convenience if you live nearby. This way, you can pick up or visit the elderly more frequently.

About the Senior Center A senior center functions to aid aging individuals cope with their daily needs, as well as provide activities, entertainment and counseling for a renewed sense of well-being. There are several centers located throughout the United States. The first step to locating these would be to search your local phone book. There is a special section with pages for the community that includes all resources for senior citizens. Senior centers are most likely found in this section.

Assessing the Available Services Check the different programs available and compare the physical appearance of the choices you are considering. It is important that the place has all the right amenities that the senior citizen personally prefers. Ask the person to be informed about special requests and options that can help you narrow down your search. Also talk to some other people who are undergoing programs and services and allow them to list down the strengths and weaknesses. You can also talk to the directors and coordinators regarding your concerns, so they can immediately see if their objectives are at par with yours.

View the county or city web site for the community where you belong to. Several web sites include a specific section for aging individuals, complete with information regarding local resources. Find the regional and local area agency on aging. These groups contain a lot of information and helpful resources for seniors. Request for a complete list of centers found in your area or community. Searching for the Place Once you’ve received the full list, you can hone down everything into 2 to 4 sources. Select these for further review and assessment. You can call the agency and arrange for a tour with the directors of the senior center. These individuals can present you all the facilities, physical properties and other equipment and events available to give seniors complete

Reviewing You can visit the official web site of the senior center to know more about the background, thrusts and patient testimonials. If they have a customer service support section, that is a good sign, as well as having an FAQ section. Review all the choices you have before finalizing. You may even ask the senior citizen to take a couple of sessions to help assess and decide. If the elderly is suffering from a disease or disability, make sure that the center knows. They should have medical and health professionals ready to cater to every need, at any time. Accidents and emergencies should be attended to immediately through a prepared backup plan and ready-to-use equipment.

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Events Schedule: May 17, 18, 19, 20! THURSDAY - MAY 17TH

ROCK ‘N’ ROLL HEAVEN VIII...........................................7PM SHOW AND DANCE......................................................7:30PM An explosive night of music and energy that will last you for days! Remember there are only 525 seats in the theatre, so don’t wait on this one. Doors open at 6pm at the Panida...great weekend opener!


Bonner County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 6:30pm. Featuring “A-ight with Rocky and the Rollers and Elvis”. We want you to come to Rock ‘N’ Roll and see the boys do more than you have seen before... with all kinds of giveaways for the dance contest, best dressed and other reasons we haven’t even thought of yet!

FREE BBQ @ MAC’S TIE DOWNS & LUCKY DOG TRAILERS................................................................11AM-2PM


“VINTAGE” CAR PARADE.................................................6PM

We begin parking show cars at 7am downtown. It will be bursting with hot rods and classics on First and Cedar, Main, Second and Third. Award ceremony will follow at the corner of First and Cedar in front of the Cedar Street Bridge. “We have the best show because we have great people who participate...from the Diehards to all the newbies! Welcome to your show!

Stop by and have a burger or hot dog. For all you find out all the cool stuff they make...

Cars need to be at the Sandpoint High School Parking Lot at 5pm. All vintage and classic cars welcome. Please keep it to the classic cars etc...

STREET DACE...........................FOLLOWING THE PARADE Co-sponsored by Blue Sky Broadcasting. Downtown between Second Avenue and Third on Main Street (by the Jeff Jones Square). Back to when vinyl was the disc jockey’s best friend and the music rocked your soul…and everyone’s favorite DJ…“Bashful Dan” will be the King of Street Rock Night!

CAR SHOW.............................................................9:30-3:45PM

SHOW AND DACE........………………..…….……............7:30PM Bonner County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 6:30pm. Featuring “The Tokens”, “The Reflections” and the best band in the land “Rocky and the Rollers”! All the music you want...and there will be more inductee’s in the “Lost in the 50’s” Hall of Fame.

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It’s our 23rd year and if you’re one of the “Crazies” this day is for you. If you’re not, then just know that it’s the day when whatever happens, you learn it’s part of the game. It’s the kind of day that the crew has sleep deprivation from the weekend and look a little under the weather... but it doesn’t stop the fun! 5-K Run…Car-Rally…Road Trips...Prizes... Trophies...Food...Drinks! Starts and Stops at “Second Avenue Pizza”. Silly Stuff and Loads of Fun! Check it OUT!

5K FUN RUN....………...........................................……..….10AM Co-Sponsored by the Cardio-Junkies: Our Sandpoint Running Club.


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Friday and Saturday tickets............................................................$55.00 each


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Choosing Bass Fishing Tackle SO MANY CHOICES


ass fishing has long been popular throughout the southern region of the United States of America. In fact, the enthusiasm for this sport has expanded far beyond the borders of the south. Now people enjoy fishing for bass throughout the world. It has actually become both a competitive sport and favorite family outing in many places. Tackle for Bass Fishing Special tackle is available just for bass fishing enthusiasts. Bass fishing tackle is generally a good bit larger then what is used for other types of fishing. Both swivels and weights are identifying characteristics of bass fishing tackle. Choosing Tackle The type of tackle that is used depends on how and where an individual is engaging in fishing. For example, if you’re using a plastic worm as bait, you will need a hook and weight to keep the worm submerged in the water. The size of the weight to be used is determined by the water’s depth and conditions as well as what the wind is doing. Choosing Line The type of fishing line a bass fisher will use is decided by looking at how clear the water is and whether there are many things to hang up the line in this piece of water. Darker water generally calls for fourteen to twenty pound test. Each fishing situation is unique, and has its own nuances and particular needs. When a plastic worm is used in the popular Carolina style, a line of greater thickness might be utilized, at least up to where the weight and swivel are located. The line on the hook, however, should not be so heavy. A lighter hook line will let the bait float a little above the bottom. The time to use

this Carolina style rig is when fishing an area characterized by grass covering the bottom of the water. This technique allows the worm to float just above the level of the weeds so the fish can see it. In either case, there are certainly many complexities involved in making your final choices. Be Prepared for Everything It is important in bass fishing to know what kind of fishing adventure is planned. Sometimes bass fishing enthusiasts will choose to have more than one rod set up for different fishing scenarios. This way they can easily change setups as the situation warrants. They never have to miss an opportunity due to lack of preparation. There are many choices available in bass fishing tackle and the extensive choices offer you many different options for your bass fishing. Choosing Your Reel You can’t be good at bass fishing without having a good reel. The actual reel to be used is another important decision that bass fishers have to make. You might use spinning tackle or a bait caster with an open face. It really just depends on the type of fishing you plan to do and where you plan to enjoy your fishing adventures. Bait casters can be difficult for novice users to work with. However, they are an excellent and very reliable option for experienced users in their favorite fishing location. Selecting both a rod and reel that you are comfortable with is of utmost importance. You will work most effectively with your bass fishing gear when you feel comfortable with it and you get accustomed to using it. Examine all of your options to find the best fit for you. No one but you knows what feels the best for you. With so many choices, there is sure to be a perfect option for you.

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EREC dentistry is the new buzz in the dental community. For those who aren’t familiar with this, it is an innovative Computer Aided Design (CAD) machine that allows dentists to fabricate crowns, caps and fillings in the office while the patient is being treated.

Drs. Lewis and Hawn are extremely impressed with the accuracy and exceptional quality of the restoration that the CEREC unit designs and mills. They are able to fabricate porcelain restorations with more accuracy than traditional restorations. Through extensive training provided by CEREC, both Lewis and Hawn have become experts in CAD dentistry.

This is a jump forward in dentistry as we know it. Patients do not have to have a temporary crown (along with frequently associated problems) and then wait 2 to 3 weeks to get their permanent crown back from a dental lab. The restorations are designed, fabricated chairside, and bonded all in a single appointment. This convenience to the patient has received fantastic praise since Dr. Lewis and Dr. Hawn implemented CEREC dentistry.

With this advanced technology, Drs. Lewis and Hawn are able to provide a higher level of care without any increase in costs to the patient. This has made the transition to the new CEREC unit a winwin situation for both doctor and patient! CEREC one-visit dentistry is rapidly becoming the standard of care in the dental field. If you are interested in convenient, exceptional quality, one-visit dentistry, you are invited to call Drs. Lewis and Hawn for more information about CEREC. Drs. Lewis and Hawn General and Advanced restorative Dentistry, 2025 Pine Street, Sandpoint. 208.265.4558.

The CEREC unit allows dentists to be much more conservative in their treatment planning. It allows them to “save” considerably more tooth structure because there is no temporary phase. This lowers the patient‘s risk of future root canals or extractions and produces less post-operative sensitivity.

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aintaining straight A’s isn’t all that bad; it displays both a desire and skill. Maintaining straight A’s and being a three-sport athlete demonstrates much more like determination, passion commitment and fortitude! Jake is an 8th grader at Sandpoint Junior Academy and he plays football, wrestles and plays basketball.

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Looking ahead Jake has a strong desire to play football at Boise State University where he will also pursue his dream of one day designing the next ranted and raved over Air Jordon basketball shoes. The biggest thing Jake will miss when he leaves for Boise is “Dubb’s chocolate milkshakes.” He told us that he can’t “live without them.” A freshman this year, Trinity has already made an impact on the high school sports scene having made the Junior Varsity team as a Freshman. “I love playing volleyball,” Trinty told the Newsline. Her love for the game continues to blossom as Trinity was chosen to join a travel club team recently. A starter in the back row, her U-16 volleyball club team just received a bid to join a national tournament later this year. Besides sports, Trinity has a passion for fashion and plans on pursuing a career where she will “ help the movie stars dress for the red carpet.” When asked about her college plans she told us that her dream would be a school in Southern California, possibly San Diego State. When not on the court, doing homework or keeping up on the latest fashion trends, you can find Trinity eating Italian food, her favorite! When asked for her favorite teacher she told us that although its a hard answer to give because she loves them all, she chose Mrs. Roos “because she’s been a teacher, a mentor and a coach to me.”

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nter to win this fully restored classic 1965 Mustang. Raffle tickets can be purchased through any junior tackle football player or any high school football player. The Drawing will be on Sunday May 20th at 2nd Ave Pizza at 12pm. Brief History of the Mustang In 1965 the Ford Mustang debuted as a simple sports car powered by a 170 cid six cylinder with a pair of V8’s as options. Originally named for the fighter plane, the P-51 Mustang and later the horse Mustang became the emblem. Buyers loved its low price, long hood, short trunk styling and its many options and Ford loved its high volume sales. In mid 1964, Ford introduced the sporty 2+2 fastback body style to go along with the hardtop coupe and convertible. For those that wanted more, the legendary Carroll Shelby and Ford collaborated to produce the Shelby GT-350. This was a fastback specially tuned by Shelby. The 289 V8 produced 306bhp in street tune and around 360bhp in special GT-350R race tune. These Shelby’s had no back seat, were only available in white and were fully race ready.

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The entire Bulldog Football nation will be selling raffle tickets to win a 1965 custom Mustang. Drawing held Sunday, May 20th, 12pm at 2nd Avenue Pizza! Lost in the ‘50s food booth locations at the Old Taylor and Son’s Lot and US Bank. Tickets on sale now through Lost in the ‘50s!

Sandpoint’s Mobile Tire Unit

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This is the full service automotive shop.

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This is where they will move your entire household or just take the old couch to the thrift store.

A Woman’s Dream Automotive Shop The boys may look tough, but they know how to reach a woman’s heart. They’ll come to you to change your tires, they’ll store those dirty, heavy, winter and summer tires at their place (for free!!), and, if you need a ride home or to work while they’re working on your vehicle, they will give you a ride.

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SHOWS/MUSIC/ARTS May 4 - Stand Up for Autism Comedy Show. Doors open at 6:30pm at the Panida. You will enjoy music by Cedar & Boyer and Holly McGarry before, during and after the show. The show begins at 7:30pm and will raise funds for local families dealing with autism. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. May 5 - John Kelly Trio. Di Luna’s is opening its doors at 5:30pm for a benefit for KRFY radio. The John Kelly Trio is a smokin’ Blues Band and all proceeds from the door will go to KRFY to help keep our community radio station alive. The show begins at 7:30pm with dinner available before the music begins. 208.263.0846 May 5 - Away from Her. Come enjoy this social reception, film and speaker at 6pm at the Panida. This event is being held for a fundraiser for the Daybreak Center. General admission is $15. May 10, 11 - Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. This is a rich subject for satire and sticking it to political bureaucracy. The show begins at 7:30pm at the Panida Theater. Tickets are $7 for adults and $6 for seniors and students. May 13 - Mother’s Day Puppet Show. The Panida’s Little Theater hosts a Mother’s Day Puppet Show at 1pm. Sponsored by the Eureka Institute. 208.263.9191. May 17 - Rock N’ Roll Heaven. The show begins at 7pm at the Panida theater and sells out every year. This year’s performances are

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from Jerry Lee Lewis, Richie Valens and Elvis impersonators. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at Second Avenue Pizza. May 18 - American Graffiti. Come to the Panida’s Little Theater and watch this classic 50’s film at 7:30pm brought to you by 7B Productions. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for seniors and students. May 19 - Bicycle Film Festival. Enjoy a variety of short films on cycling at the Panida Theater. Admission is free and doors open at 6:30pm with the films beginning at 7:30pm. May 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19 - Raul and Rosa’s Cantina. With a wonderful Mexican dinner, “celebrities”, and good fun, it promises to be an evening you will never forget! Come as a “Celebrity”, or in Mexican costume and try for a prize! The show is being held at the Heron Community Center in Heron, MT and begins at 7pm, (MST). Tickets are $20 and you must call for a reservation. 877.328.7659. May 23 - Spring Band Concert. Sandpoint High School’s Spring Band Concert is being held at the Panida Theater at 7pm. Admission is $4 for adults and $3 for students and seniors. May 25 - The BoDeans in Concert. The Panida Theater hosts the BoDeans with special guest Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers. The concert begins at 8pm, doors open at 7pm and admission is $24.50. Tickets are available at or the Coldwater Creek Wine Bar. May 26 - Summer Sounds. The Downtown Sandpoint Business Association begins its free concert series with Trumpetman, from 4pm6pm at the Park Place Stage on the corner of

First and Cedar. This concert series runs every Saturday through September 1st. 208.255.1876.

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES May 1 - City Council Chat. Carrie Logan, City of Sandpoint council person, will be hosting a meeting the first Tuesday of each month at the Tango Café from 10-11am to discuss the City of Sandpoint and associated issues. May 5 - Opening Day of Farmer’s Market. Located at Farmin Park on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Oak Street. Come enjoy the fresh fruits, veggies, and local crafts from 9am-1pm. Live music featuring Still Vertical and the Monarch Mt. Band. 208.597.3355. May 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30 - Farmers’ Market at Sandpoint. Find us Wednesdays from 3-5:30pm and Saturdays from 9am-1pm, knowing there are never two markets the same. Enjoy the always changing variety of fresh, locally grown produce, garden starts, and annual and perennial plants located at Farmin Park. As usual, there is always live music to entertain you while shopping. 208.597.3355. May 12 - Doggie Do’s and Don’ts. Carter Country presents with Dr. Bob Stoll, D.V.M. this class on doggie do’s and don’ts. The meeting will be held at the Panhandle Health Building in meeting room 322 on Marion Street 208.263.8222. May 12 - Plant Sale. The annual Bonner County Historical Plant Sale begins at 8:30am at Lakeview Park. This sale features bedding plants, 20 plus varieties of tomatoes, perennials and veggie starts. The sale benefits the Bonner County Museum. 208.263.2344. May 12 - Bike Rodeo. Part of Bike Week, located at the Eureka Institute from 9:30-11am, parents and children can learn about bicycle safety. From 11:30am-1:30pm, enjoy a delicious BBQ. From 12pm-1:30pm, you can trade, shop, consult with mechanics and much more! Drop off your gear to sell that morning from 9-11am.

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May 12 - 3rd Annual Faire Weather Market. Located at the Hope Memorial Community Center from 9am-1pm. This is the perfect opportunity to buy your spring bedding plants, perennials and specialty craft items, or that perfect last minute Mother’s Day gift. 208.264.5481. May 12 - Hope PTO “Spring Fling” Fundraiser. Treat your mom for Mother’s Day from 9am-2pm at the Hope Elementary School. There will be a Bake Sale, Live Local Entertainment, BBQ Lunch, Car Wash, Kids Crafts, Yard and Plant Sale, Kid Games, Massages and Manicure/Pedicure. 208.255.7232. May 13 - 19 - Womens Health Week. Come out to Curves at 110 Tibbets Lane in Ponderay and help them celebrate National Womens Health Week. Curves is giving away 1 million 30-day Memberships! 208.255.1661. May 16 - Ride of Silence. Meet at City Beach Park at 5:30pm to join other cysclists in a silent, slow-paced ride in honor of those that have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. May 16 - Hiking the Triple Crown. View this presentation from 6-7:30pm at the Sandpoint Community Hall. You will see the wonderful diversity found across America’s wilderness landscape. 208.946.9127. May 17, 18, 19, 20 - 27th Annual Lost in the ‘50s. It’s not just a state of mind, it’s a whole weekend celebration centered on an era with beautiful cars and happening music. Whether you are a car fanatic, music lover, dance machine or a regular family; there is something for everyone! See our two page spread for a detailed calendar of the weekend’s events.

May 17-September - Farmer to Market. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday through September, come out and enjoy this Farmer’s Market at Fox’s Fun Factory Crafter’s Mall from 10am-6pm. Located on Hwy 200 just South of the Hoot Owl. 208.946.8499. May 17 - Bike to School and Work Day. Give your car the day off and ride your bike to school or work. Stop by one of four aid stations to pick up free goodies and enter a free raffle to win great prizes. 208.255.4496. May 26 - 5K Mutt Strutt. Enjoy a 5k fun run/ walk with your favorite pooch. Sponsored by “Pawsitive Works”, the race begins at 9am at the Bonners Ferry Fairgrounds. The cost is $10 for dog/human team or $20 per family. 208.610.9062.

UPCOMING EVENTS June 2 - Arbor Day Ceremony and Arboretum Open House. The 14th annual Sandpoint Arbor Day Ceremony and Arboretum Open House is from 9am-1pm at the North Idaho Native Plant Arboretum at Lakeview Park. Activities include Ceremony, free native plant seedlings, a kids’ booth, a native plant sale, baked goods, homemade crafts, a yard art sale and habitat tours. 208.627.3292. June 7 - Spring Fling. Sandpoint High School Choir Department’s Annual Spring Fling. This event will be held at the Panida Theater at 6pm. June 9 - Sandpoint Life. Sandpoint Life hosts with the artisans of the Old Granary a fair and party from 12pm into the evening. Learn about what new and exciting things are happening in Sandpoint during this unique lifestyle expo–featuring everything from artists, holistic health, green building and locallymade food and beverages. There will be free

CALENDAR OF EVENTS music, samples and fun for the whole family. 208.265.8440. June 16 - Danceworks Spring Show. Danceworks annual Spring Show is hosted by the Panida Theater at 3pm. 208.263.9191.

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FORTY-ONE SOUTH We have Neighbor John every Thursday in the lounge 6-9pm and Bruce Bishop in the dining room every Saturday 6-9pm. Also, Larry Mooney on Friday, April 13th in the lounge 6-9pm. EICHARDT’S PUB Join us for Blues Jam every Monday with host Truck Mills. The Charley Packard Band plays every Wednesday. ***Text “livemusic” to 35819 to sign up for pub updates. TRINITY AT CITY BEACH Spend Tuesdays with Mike and Friends from 5pm to 8pm. Come down to Trinity at city Beach every Tuesday at 5pm to enjoy wonderful food and live music. It’s a great night to go out with the family. Also join us Fridays for the sounds of Bruce Bishop. For more information and updates on events visit us on Facebook at PEND D’OREILLE WINERY 5/3 - Scott Reid 5/4 - Bridges Home 5/11 - Larry Hirshberg 5/25 - Fiddlin’ Red & Desire’ COLDWATER CREEK WINEBAR 5/4 - Touch of Jazz, 7-10pm 5/5 - Truck Mills, 6-9pm 5/11 - Bright Moments Jazz, 7-10pm 5/12 - Living Well, 6-9pm 5/18 - Mike and Shanna Thompson, 7-10pm **Lost in the ‘50s** 5/19 - Brother Music **Special Lost in the ‘50’s day show at 12-3pm and evening show 6-9pm** 5/25 - Michael Lewis duo, 7-10pm 5/26 - Ray Allen, 6-9pm

Bonner County Commissioner | District 3 Cary Kelly has been a Marine Deputy for Bonner County for the past 18 years and he is now ready to serve you as the next Bonner County Commissioner, District 3. Cary Kelly is a decorated combat veterann and has held leadership positions both within the U.S. military and right here in Bonner County. As the next Bonner County Commissioner, Cary will provide: - Leadership - Fiscal Responsibility - Limited Government Read more about the issues that are important to Cary Kelly at Please drop by our campaign headquarters at 107 First Street in downtown Sandpoint (across from Starbucks). We will be posting hours of operation and Cary will be glad to meet with individuals or groups to discuss your issues and concerns.

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ummer is almost here and if you haven’t already done so, you should make sure your dog is ready for another season outdoors. Most pet owners spend a good deal of time outside during the spring and summer months, taking their pets along to share in the fun, but also exposing them to fleas, ticks and other animals that can be carriers of rabies and other diseases. Every dog should be permanently protected from distemper, infectious hepatitis and leptospirosis. These vaccines are now generally combined in one single inoculation. From the age of 6 months, all dogs should also be protected from rabies. Most vaccines are effective for one year, although the latest rabies shot is good for four. They are almost 100 percent effective when administered on schedule, but worthless if exposure to risk is maintained after the protection has expired. After your initial visit, you will normally need to take your dog to the vet only once a year to keep his immunization up to date. During this annual visit, ask him to give your dog a thorough examination, including checkup of his: -teeth (removing tartar if necessary) -anal glands (emptying them if necessary) -nails (clipping them if necessary) -stool (if you think he may have worms) Females need more regular attention than males, especially if they are bred. When you wish to travel with your dog, you will be prepared for any state, federal or international requirement if you ask your vet for a certificate of good health and make sure that his vaccinations are in order before you leave. And make sure you NEVER leave your dog in a hot car for any amount of time. Many dogs die every year in hot cars. Dogs can’t cool down in hot cars, so it is best to leave a window down or provide a sun shield in addition to water.

Cave Treats

All natural, no preservative dog & cat treats. 4 varieties in one package. Choice of regular or gluten free. Also welcome new puppy pack and bone birthday cakes. Free delivery in Sandpoint and surrounding areas. Sandpoint—444 North Main Street 208.610.2348

Happy Dogs Resort and Daycare

Your dog’s home away from home. In-home dog boarding and family setting with 1/2 acre fenced yard. Day care or multiple night stays. Sandpoint—607 South Division Street 208.255.6855

Pampurrred Pets Pet Store

The store that helps you pampurrr your pets. Ponderay—210 North Triangle Drive 208.263.0777

The K-9 Zone

Monica Mosqueda certified professional dog trainer. Obedience, behavior modification, aggression, more. In-home and group class. 208.651.0008

Animal Medical Care

Small and large animal veterinarian. Bob Stoll, DVM. Sandpoint—1120 Superior Street 208.263.8222

Dog Obedience Training & Agility Classes

Karen Horton, ABC Certified Trainer. Obedience, agility, puppy kindergarten. Private training or small group classes. All training is taught using positive, motivational methods. Sagle, Idaho 208.265.4541

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Ponderay Garden Center recently received National Recognition and Honors by being named as one of the Top 100 Revolutionary Garden Centers in the United States!



s gardening a lost art? There is a statement in the garden center industry that today’s population in the United States is considered to be three generations removed from the land. That means it has been three generations since most families have really grown much of their own food. It used to be that kids grew up tending the family garden. Those gardening skills were passed on from generation to generation through hands on learning. Today, many of our children have only learned how to buy groceries from the local store. There is another saying…teach a kid to garden and he may just feed the world, teach a kid to shop and you’ll just be broke. Yet, when given the chance, most kids love to learn to garden. School gardening programs are sprouting up all over the place and fill up very fast. Kids are amazed when they plant seeds and then pull up carrots. Want to amaze the kids even more? Get some seeds for Cosmic Purple carrots. While pulling up an orange carrot is fun, pulling up a purple one is even more fun. Plus, the purple ones have a higher antioxidant level due to their darker color. There are also purple potatoes that are dark purple inside as well as red potatoes with red skin and red flesh Planting some of these unique foods in the garden can really help get the kids involved.

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It is also true that sometimes getting kids to eat their veggies at the dinner table can be quite a challenge. Yet, when they grow the veggies themselves, they are often eager to give them a try. You might want to consider taking part of your garden and designating it as the kid’s garden. Let them choose what to plant and then teach them how to take care of their own garden spot. As our gas prices continue to soar, food prices are going to have no choice but to follow. The cost of running the equipment on the farms goes up, the cost transporting the food to the processors goes up, and the cost of transporting the food to our stores goes up. With much of our produce coming out of Mexico and even China now, you can only imagine what higher fuel prices means to our food prices. Growing our own doesn’t just make “cents”, it is quickly becoming a necessity. Teaching your kids to garden is a sustainable practice that can pay off for years to come. And who knows, just maybe it will be your kid that figures out how to feed the world. Need more ideas? Check out, a resource put together by the National Gardening Association. There you will find a wealth of great information about how and why to get kids involved in gardening. There are even resources there for grants and funding for communities to put together kids gardening programs. Kevin Mansoor is an Idaho State Certified Nursery Professional and the General manager of Ponderay Garden Center. He may be reached for questions of comments on his cell phone at 208.304.3552 or via email at

May Days!

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onderay continues to grow and add valuable business and stores for us all to explore. Staying local and supporting our local businesses means so much to our community.

Located just two miles north of Sandpoint, Ponderay is home to numerous businesses, commercial developments, including the Bonner Mall, Bonner Cinemas, Walmart, Home Depot, Sandpoint Furniture, many restaurants, car dealerships and more. Known by many as “The Little City That Can,” Ponderay has something for everyone, so make sure you stop by! Home Sweet Home Consignment

Nestled in the Bonner mall, Home Sweet Home Consignment was created by Linda and Rich Gendreau in 2007. We offer an affordable way to sell and purchase Furniture, Home Decor, Antiques, Jewelry and Gifts. A warm and welcoming atmosphere awaits you as you browse through our selection of wonderful quality, previously loved items. Our inventory is constantly changing so don’t forget to visit us often. Like us on Facebook! Open Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm. Closed Su-Mo. Ponderay—300 Bonner Mall Way, Suite #125 208.255.1818

North Idaho Spas

Hot Tubs – Saunas – Steamers and The Famous Big Green Egg BBQ grill and smoker. Highest quality products with a “Low Price Guarantee”. Sundance Spas, Finleo Saunas, Amerec Steamers, Big Green Egg BBQ and accessories. We are here to make your spa shopping experience a pleasurable information gathering exercise towards a smart buying decision you will be happy with for years to come. It’s easy to do good business in North Idaho where every customer is a friend. Come in and see us during business hours or contact us for a personal appointment. Since 1991. Like us on Facebook! Sandpoint—Highway 200 and McGhee Road 208.265.5434

Sandpoint Storage

No deposits, no minimum, just month to month. Bring your own lock or buy new or used ones here. Sign up and move in same day. Completely fenced site with cameras, well lit at night and password controlled gate. We have a very clean site and clean units. Penske truck discounts! Please stop by the office and we would be happy to show you our units and answer any questions you may have. MondaySaturday, 9am-6pm. Sunday, 9am-3pm. Sandpoint—32607 Highway 200 208.263.7276

Magic Bean Espresso

Home of the Yoguccino Blended Drinks! Owned and operated by DeMaris Hoyt, serving up your work week espresso needs in Ponderay

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880 Kootenai Cutoff Road

and the greater Sandpoint area. Carrying over 80 different regular and sugarfree flavors, including specialty espressos hot or cold and blended. Current hours Monday-Friday, 6am-2pm. Tell me you saw this ad in the Sandpoint Newsline and get $0.50 cents off your drink until April 30, 2012. Like us on Facebook! Ponderay—363 Bonner Mall Way Next to Days Inn


CURVES IS GIVING AWAY ONE MILLION MEMBERSHIPS! We are celebrating NATIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH WEEK AND NATIONAL CURVES DAY during the week of May 13th through May 19th. Check our website for special activities during this special week. In partnership with the Department of Health & Human Services Office on Womens’ Health (OWH). Curves is hosting an Open House during this week. We encourage you to come in to see what Curves is like, pick up some Curves and OWH materials on women’s health information, get a free fitness assessment and take advantage of a special offer. BRING IN THIS ARTICLE between May 14th and 19th, AND RECEIVE A FREE 30 DAY MEMBERSHIP. Monday-Friday, 6am2pm, 3-6:30pm. Saturday, 8-11am. Like us on Facebook! Ponderay—110 Tibbetts Drive, Suite #2 208.255.1661


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EXPLORE PONDERAY of muscle mass, Cor24fitness can help. We are your locally owned state of the art 24-hour fitness club. We offer a clean, safe, affordable solution to your fitness needs. Full weights and cardio equipment by Hoist, Freemotion, Troy and SportsArt. We also offer Zumba, Cardio Sculpting and Yoga Classes. Memberships start at just $35.00. Visit us at or at Ponderay—400 Schweitzer Plaza Drive, Suite 6 208.255.2299

Sandpoint Sports

“Right gear, right fit, NO Exceptions!” We are a bicycle, ski and snowboard shop located in beautiful Ponderay, Idaho. A great deal is only a great deal if the gear fits you and your goals. So, whether you are a weekend warrior or race fanatic we will work to fit your needs and guarantee our services all within your budget. We offer a variety of bike rentals, ski rentals and snowboard rentals, a repair shop and knowledgeable sales staff. Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm and SaturdaySunday, 8am-5pm. Like us on Facebook! Ponderay—476930 Highway 95 208.265.6163

Sunrise Salon

We are excited to announce that Sunrise Salon is under new ownership! Katie Feist now owns and operates the salon providing tanning, hair and massage. My salon features 2 premium, 1 standup and 2 twenty minute tanning beds. Just half of the max time, in our UVB beds helps your body produce about 10,000 units of vitamin D. Stop in and get your vitamin D boost with our UVB beds as recommended on the Dr. Oz show! Our monthly standard special

starts at $24.95 also, a free premium tan for new clients (coupon is required and expires May 15). Mon-Fri, 9am-6:30pm & Sat, 9am-3pm. Check out our specials on Facebook! Ponderay—110 Tibbets Lane, Suite #1 208.263.5484


Zandoozles Toys & Gifts is a favorite for the young and the youngat-heart. Conveniently located a short drive north from downtown Sandpoint, Zandoozles is behind the Guesthouse Lodge Motel on Schweitzer Plaza Drive in Ponderay. Run the wooden train set, ride the PlasmaCar, rearrange the dollhouse furniture or snuggle a plush puppy. Puzzles, science experiments, bath toys, foam rockets, art supplies, pull toys, push toys, wind-up toys, weird squishy toys - you’ll find them all at Zandoozles. And everything can be made birthday party ready. Open Monday-Saturday. Ponderay—400 Schweitzer Plaza Drive 208.265.7242

Pac West Parts

Start thinking about spring! Get a jump start with our pre-season tune up specials for push mowers and lawn tractors. Call or stop in for pre-season tune up specials. Roll on in and see our NEW lawn merchandise. We do pickups and home delivery, plus in home services. We specialize in snow blowers, chainsaws, weed eaters, leaf blowers, generators, pressure washers, push and riding lawn mowers. Including small engine repair, sales for all! Your local Husqvarna and Echo dealership. Check us out at our new location! Kootenai—21 McGhee Road, Suite #105 208.265.5500 or 1.877.866.9175


Fox’s Fun Factory Crafter’s Mall

Bonner Mall Bonner Mall “THE ONE, THE ONLY”

Dollar Tree, J.C. Penney, Marcy’s Hallmark, Sears, Sew+Vac, Sayers Jewelers, Vapor Depot (has Wi-Fi!), Yokes, Staples, Smokers Express, Hideaway Lounge, GNC, Pizza Hut, Paris Hair Design, Horizon Credit Union, Meyer’s Sportee’s, North Idaho College, McDonald, Idaho Liquor Dispensary, Sandpoint Furniture, Home Sweet Home Consignment Home Decor, Days Inn and Les Schwab. Events: May 1st: Seniors’ Day Fun Events 9am-1pm. May 8th- 15th: Preschool Art Exhibit. May 12th: Free Flowers for 1st 100 Moms Shopping. May 26th: Used Book Sale/Swap 10am-2pm. Free Tables. For more info call the mall office at 208.263.3510. Sandpoint—300 Bonner Mall Way 208.263.3510

Fox’s Fun Factory Crafter’s Mall

Come on down to the Crafter’s Mall open Monday-Saturday, 10-6pm and check out our 34+ Artisans whose wears include Quilts, Bags, Aprons, Jams, Pillows, Jewelry, Glassware, Hats, Scarfs, Inspirational Items, Fishing Flies and much more! Starting May 17th we are EXPANDING to Our First Annual “Farmer to Market and Outside Vendors”. Our Fresh Air Market will feature many of the Local Growers and Crafters. The “Farmer to Market” will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10-6pm. Come join the fun! Spaces available, just give us a call! Like us on Facebook! Ponderay—11-B Emerald Industrial Park Road 208.946.8499

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Who is your most valuable “employee?” Who works for you 24/7 without taking vacations? Who does everyone in your company depend on? What happens when they become sick or don’t come to work? At KBM Enterprises, we consider this “employee” to be your computer network. If your network is down or running slow, how productive is your company? When we maintain your computer network, we are providing proactive management with rapid remediation of issues, usually before they’re noticed. Take your focus off your IT needs and focus on your business. Keep Business Moving with KBM Enterprises!

401 Bonner Mall Way, Suite K • Ponderay, Idaho 83852 • 208.265.0902 • •

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A man and a woman go to the carnival every year. Every time the man says,”Anna can we ride them airplanes that goes up for a couple of minutes then comes back down?”

A prince had a curse put on him when he was a little boy. He could only speak two words every year. But, if he didn’t speak for a whole year, he would then be able to speak 4 words the next year and so on.

The woman always replied by saying,”We don’t need to spend any extra money on them airplanes,its to expensive. Ten dollars is ten dollars.

One day he met a princess named Josie and he wanted to say “My Princess”.

Tom, the pilot, said,” Larry, every year I hear you say you want to ride my airplanes, and every year Anna says it’s too expensive. I’ll make you a deal, if I do all of my flips and tricks with you in there with me, and you don’t say one word, I’ll give you the ride for free.

The next year he saw her he wanted to say “My princess, I love you”. The third year he saw her he wanted to say “My princess I love you, will you marry me?” But, the young prince, now growing older knew he would have to wait a couple more years.

Anna and Larry discussed it and decided they would take the deal. They got up in the air and Tom did all of his tricks and flips.

So, on the fifth year, excited to finally present his question, he visited the princess.

Tom said,”Larry I just knew you`d say something on that first flip,but you didn’t!

He approached her respectfully and asked, “JOSIE, MY PRINCESS, I LOVE YOU. WILL YOU MARRY ME?”

Larry replied,” I was going to say something when Anna fell out, but ten dollars is ten dollars.

And the princess said, “Pardon?”



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BUSINESS GUIDE ASSISTED LIVING Luther Park at Sandpoint “Where aging is all about living.” 510 S. Olive Ave., Sandpoint. 208.265.3557.

HOSPITAL Bonner General Hospital Quality, compassionate care for you and your family. 24-hour emergency room. 520 North Third Avenue. 208.263.1441.

PARTIES AND ENTERTAINMENT Magic by Star Star Alexander, Magical Edutainer. Birthdays, Holiday Parties, School Shows, Special Events. 208.610.8656.

AUTO PARTS/SALES/SERVICE Martin’s Full Service Automotive Mobile tire unit, alignment center and All Season’s Moving. 208.265.8090.

Bonner General Immediate Care Open M-F, 9-7 and S-S, 11-7. 400 Schweitzer Plaza. 208.263.0649.

PHOTOGRAPHY Jason Duchow Photography Specializing in portraits, weddings, events and sports. 208.290.5810.

COUNSELING Rawling’s Community Counseling Specializing In Solutions Focused, Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Approaches, & EMDR Trauma Treatment. 208.946.1386. FOOD Litehouse Foods Inc. Committed to bringing you high quality dressings, herbs, cheeses and more! P.O. Box 1969, Sandpoint. 1.800.669.3169. FUNERAL HOME/CREMATION SERVICE Lakeview Funeral Home Funeral home and cremation services. 301 S. Olive, Sandpoint, Idaho. 208.263.3180. FURNITURE Sandpoint Furniture Making your house a home for 65 years! 401 Bonner Mall Way, Ponderay. 208.263.5138. GIFTS Fox’s Fun Factory Crafter’s Mall Homemade crafts, gifts, coffee and more! 11-B Emerald Industrial Park Road, Ponderay. 208.946.8499. GUEST RANCH Western Pleasure Ranch Cabin rentals, horseback rides, family reunions and weddings! 1413 Upper Gold Creek, Sandpoint. 208.263.9066. HOME MAINTENANCE DSS Home Preservation Services Have your home maintenanced today! 223 Cedar Street, Sandpoint. 208.263.1572.

Sandpoint Urgent Care No appointment needed. 302 South First Street. 208.265.4383. INSURANCE Advocate Insurance Full service and locally owned insurance agency. 506 Alder Street, Sandpoint. 208.255.2222. LAWN AND GARDEN Pac West Parts Sales & Service. 126 N. 3rd Ave., Sandpoint. 208.265.5500. MARKETING Like-Media Powerful, marketing, branding and social media integration. Creator of the Newslines. 208.904.3838. MASSAGE Susan Janssen Certified Massage Therapist at Sandpoint Salon in the heart of downtown. 111 North 1st Avenue. 208.255.2277 or 208.255.8464. MUSEUM Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center 325 Bird Ranch Road, Sagle, Idaho. 208.255.4321. PAINTING Have Brush, Will Travel Power washing and painting. Homes, trailers, etc. Int. & ext. 208.263.5648.

Staci Bailey Photography Specializing in newborn and toddler photography 208.610.4274. PLUMBING Three Amigos Plumbing and Maintenance Serving North Idaho and Eastern Washington. Sandpoint: 208.255.8440. Oldtown: 208.437.2935. REAL ESTATE RE/MAX 509 North 5th Avenue, Ste. E. Sandpoint. 208.255.7400. RESTAURANT Forty-One South Beautiful fine-dining on Lake Pend Oreille. 41 Lakeshore Drive, Sagle, Idaho. 208.265.2000. Trinity at City Beach Waterfront dining. Fresh seafood, steaks and salads. 58 Bridge Street At City Beach, Sandpoint. 208.255.7558. SCHOOL Sandpoint Christian School Preschool to grade 12. 477954 Highway 95, Ponderay, Idaho. 208.265.8624. TREE SERVICES Dirk’s Tree Care, Inc. Crown thinning, cabling and stump grinding. 235 Wild Horse Trail, Sandpoint. 208.263.1003.

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St. Knox Academy is an academic daycare where your child will learn and grow in a well-structured environment. Enrolling for summer childcare, multiple child family discounts available. Pre-register for preschool and kindergarten now! A few remaining infant spaces available. “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” -Proverbs 22:6

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