Magic Valley News, November 2022

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Did you know? Did you know that Magic Valley News (formerly Hagerman Valley News and Gooding County News) has moved from above the US Bank building to the former Grange building at 240 E. Salmon St? We greatly appreciate Nancy and Phil Gossi giving us this opportunity to lease their building. Our new home is over double the size of our previous office. We have also expanded our newsletter reach to cover the entire Magic Valley, from Burley to Glenn’s Ferry and Shoshone to Jackpot. We are always looking for events to place in each area’s calendar of events. So please send events to us to be added free of charge. Our Open House will be scheduled later this year, but feel free to drop in anytime! Thank you for your Support! (208) 536-0094 Must be at least 55 20 Hours or More per Week Stipend up to $700/month

ABOUT THE PROGRAM This Department of Labor Federal Grant Program assists lowincome people that are at least 55 years old and unemployed, with part-time engagement at a 501(c)3 non-profit such as the Magic Valley Business Association. THE STIPEND The DOL pays a stipend to the seniors while they work for the nonprofit. This stipend does not affect a senior’s medical coverage nor income calculations and provides seniors with a chance to use their experience to help others. AMBASSADOR PROGRAM: The Association is seeking applicants interested in our Ambassador program. This program focuses on newsletter distribution throughout Magic Valley, building relationships with businesses local to where the senior lives, and welcoming newcomers to the area. We train. Please call. (208) 536-0094


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W Music Bingo: 6p. TF Tap House Th Gary Braun: 6-9p. Pebble Ponds, Filer JACKPOT Girls Night Out: 7p. Cactus P 4 F Gary/Cindy Braun: 6-8p. TF Sandwich Devon Tyler: 6p. TF TapHouse GOODING Basque Dinner: 6p. Bas. Hall BURLEY Musical Auditions: 7p. Kings Fine Art. Mark Neiwirth: 7:30p. CSI Fine Arts 5 Sa BURLEY Auditions: 9-12. Kings Fine Art. HANSEN Christmas Bazaar: 10-2. Elementary School (by PTO) TF Holiday Shopping Expo: 10a. 215 Eastland Drive TF Street Art Class: 10-2. 223 5th. Free TF Basketball Elite Camp: 11a. CSI BUHL AUCTION: 11a. Wubker Estate, 3650B North 1500E JACKPOT Helping Hands Fair: All day 2395 Progressive street TF Fall Harvest Wind Dinner: 6-9p. Yellow Brick Cafe Groove Brothers: 6p. TF Tap House Crazy for Love: 6p. FILER Pebble Ponds Makin’ Tracks: 7-9p. Y Knot Winery Glenns Ferry 6 Su Steps Against Cancer 5l Walk/Run TF Visitor Center, $40 JACKPOT Helping Hands Fair: until 6p. 2395 Progressive street 7 M TROUT STOCKING: Kids & Filer Pond BURLEY Mr. BHS: 7p. Kings Fine Art 8 Tu VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION TROUT STOCKING: Kids & Filer Pond Lunar Eclipse: 1:45a-6a. Observe Open 9 W TROUT STOCKING: Kids & Filer Pond BURLEY Bad Seed: 7p. Kings Fine Art 10 Th TROUT STOCKING: Kids & Filer Pond TF Vets of Industry Hiring: 11a. CSI Gatlin Brothers: 7:30p. ISU, Pocotello 11 F TROUT STOCKING: Kids & Filer Pond BRUNEAU Cowboy Xmas: 10-4. TF Harvest Festival: 10-5. CSI KING HILL Christmas at the Ranch: 9-6 6022 E Rocky Mtn Rd, King Hill Clifton Hunt: 6p. TF TapHouse TF MV Symphony: 8:30p. CSI Fine Arts 12 Sa FILER Holiday Market: 10a. TF Fairgnd TF Harvest Festival: 10-5. CSI BRUNEAU Cowboy Xmas: 10-4. BUHL AUCTION: 11a. Hutchinson Estate, 4526 N 1600 E KING HILL Christmas at the Ranch: 9-6 6022 E Rocky Mtn Rd, King Hill Heath Clark: 7p. TF TapHouse Fall Comedy: 7p. Reformed Church Summer Bloom: 9p. TF Whiskey Ck Bar

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13 Su TF Harvest Festival: 10-5. CSI Father-Daughter Ball: 6-8p. TF Frgrnds 15 Tu EDEN Holiday Bazaar: 10-3p. 602 East 1100 South 16 W BURLEY Festival Dinner & Auction: 6p. Oregon Trail Rec District Music Bingo: 6p. TF TapHouse 17 Th BURLEY Stocking Stuffers: 10-6p. Vendors Oasis, 2257 Overland BURLEY Festival of Trees: 11-9p. Oregon Trail Rec District WENDELL Trivia Night w/ Prizes: 6p. West Point Watering Hole 18 F BURLEY Stocking Stuffers: 10-6p. Vendors Oasis, 2257 Overland BURLEY Festival of Trees: 10-9p. Oregon Trail Rec District Milner’s Gate: 12-1p. TF Chamber, $18 TF Wedding Scene Experience: 5-8p. TF County Fairgrounds Gary Braun: 6p. WENDELL Brew Pub Sam Henry: 7p. TF TapHouse RUPERT Deana Carter: 6:30-9p. Wilson Theater JACKPOT Rick D’Elia: 9p. Cactus Pete 19 Sa BURLEY Festival of Trees: 8:30-3P. 8:30-10 Breakfast with Santa. Oregon Trail Rec District BURLEY Stocking Stuffers: 10-6p. Vendors Oasis, 2257 Overland GOODING AUCTION: 11a. House/Farm Graves Estate, 2082 S 2000 E RUPERT Bob Ross Paint Class: 1-4 Wilson Theatre $50 Devon Tyler: 6p. TF TapHouseZ RUPERT Deana Carter: 6:30-9p. Wilson Theater JACKPOT Rick D’Elia: 8p. Cactus Pete 24 Th HAPPY THANKSGIVING PAUL Mcturkey Trot: 9a. Minico School 25 F BURLEY Black Friday Special: 10-6p. Vendors Oasis, 2257 Overland 26 Sa BURLEY Straw Maze: 5-10p. 845 East 500 South TF Carols Tour: 4-6p. CSI Fine Arts HAGERMAN Christmas Tree Lighting: 5p. City Park Heath Clark: 6p. TF TapHouse 27 Su BURLEY Straw Maze: 5-10p. 845 East 500 South WENDELL Friendsgiving Potluck: 5p. West Point Watering Hole 28 M Carols Tour: 7:30p. CSI Fine Arts 30 W Music Bingo: 7p. TF TapHouse


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IDAHO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Space donated by Magic Valley News

Do you approve or disapprove of the State of Idaho using the record budget surplus to refund $500 million back to hardworking Idaho taxpayers, cut ongoing income taxes by more than $150 million, and put more money in our classrooms by increasing education and student funding by a record $410 million? Your approval of this effort would combat historic inflation by returning money to the taxpayers, creating a simple flat tax, and making the single largest investment in public education in Idaho history. APPROVE/DISAPPROVE

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Legislative Council's Statement of Meaning, Purpose, and Result to Be Accomplished Currently, the Legislature may meet in a special session only upon call of the Governor. The proposed amendment would allow the Legislature to convene itself in special session if 60% of the members in each house submit a petition to the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The petition must specify the subjects to be addressed in the special session, and only those subjects could be considered during the special session. The amendment also requires the Legislature to hold an organizational session in December following a general election. The purpose of the organizational session is to prepare for the upcoming regular session. The proposed amendment would formalize in the Idaho Constitution the Legislature's longstanding practice of holding an organizational session. Question "Shall Section 8, Article III, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended to provide that the Legislature must convene in organizational sessions commencing on the first Thursday of December after the general election, unless a different day shall have been appointed by law, and in special session by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives no later than fifteen days following the receipt of a joint written petition of at least sixty percent of the membership of each house specifying subjects to be considered, and to provide that the Legislature shall have no power in such a special session to consider or pass any bills or resolutions on any subjects other than those specified in the petition and those necessary to provide for the expenses of the session?" YES/NO


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HAGERMAN BOND ISSUE

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ROCK CREEK RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TEMPORARY OVERRIDE LEVY

SPECIAL REVENUE BOND ELECTION. City of Hagerman Gooding County, Idaho November 8, 2022 Shall the City of Hagerman, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and to issue and sell it's revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $4,800,000 to pay the cost of constructing improvements to the water system of the city, said bonds to be payable solely from water system revenues, over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed forty (40) years, as more fully provided in Ordinance NO. 1094? The purpose for which the proceeds of the bonds will be used is for improvements to the water system, to include an increase in water supplies, disinfect -tion, storage, pumping, additional dis tribution lines, and controls. The City currently has outstanding long-term indebtedness of $2,303,494 paid solely from wastewater system revenues. Since the bond will be paid solely from water revenues, there will be no tax authorized on any taxable assessed value. The interest rate anticipated on the proposed bonds is 3.50%. The total principal amount to be repaid over the life of the bonds is $4,800,000; the total interest estimated to be paid over the life of the bonds is $4,113,516; the total amount estimated to be repaid over the life of the bonds is $8,913,516. The bonds will be payable over a term which may be less than but which will not exceed forty (40) years. IN FAVOR / AGAINST

Shall the Board of Commissioners of Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District, Idaho be authorized and empowered to temporarily increase the property tax levy as permitted by Section 63-802(3) Idaho Code adding an additional Seven Hundred and Twenty-Five Thousand, Nine Hundred Ninety-Four Dollars ($725,994) each year for two (2) years for the purpose of maintaining, and operating the District provided by resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District adopted on August 16, 2022. A tax increase of Sixty-Nine Dollars and Sixty-Three Cents ($69.63) per One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) of taxable assessed value per year based on current conditions. The proposed levy replaces an existing levy that will expire December 31, 2022, and currently costs Sixty-Nine Dollars and Sixty-Six Cents ($69.66). If approved the proposed levy will decrease the tax by Three cents ($.03) per One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) of taxable assessed value per year. Approval of this levy override is necessary to increase the protection of its resident's public health, life, and property. IN FAVOR OF authorizing the temporary override levy in the amount of $725,994 per year for 2 years IN FAVOR OF authorizing the temporary override levy in the amount o f$725,994 per year for2 years AGAINST authorizing the temporary override levy in the amount of $725,994 per year for 2 years. First Time, click on Amazon Smile on the Foundation website HagermanValleyFoundation.org. Then log into Amazon, select Hagerman Valley Foundation as the charity. Order. HVF receives .05%


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Buhl Mayor Pam McClain “Walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things. It is the one way of freedom.” - Elizabeth von Armim, The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rugen. On August 22 and 23, 2022, I had the pleasure of attending a Walkability Workshop with a couple of gentlemen from Vitruvian Planning, which is located in the Treasure Valley. They were kind enough to hold the workshop in Buhl. The workshop was attended by Kelly Peterson, a city councilman, and a couple of our department heads. Walkability and encouraging citizens to repair their sidewalks in the City of Buhl has been on my radar for several years as a city council member. The workshop was to help us identify what makes our community walkable, experience walking through your senses (with sight impairment goggles, for example), understand how pedestrian signals are timed, and to find how planning and design policies impact walking. I also had the gentlemen draw, with washable spray paint, temporary curb extensions on the corners of Main and 9 th Avenue. This gave the group an idea of how curb extensions could help pedestrians, both young and more mature, wheelchair users, bicyclists, etc., look to see if there is any traffic headed their way before they step into the crosswalk. We also had cones in the area of the temporary curb extensions. We also had orange cones on these temporary curb extensions, but someone removed and stacked them on the corner by the post office. If you see cones in the future around the city, please do not take them down because they are serving a purpose. A reminder that as the leaves start to fall, I want to remind you please to refrain from raking or blowing leaves, grass clippings, or yard debris into drainage areas and roadways. That can result in clogged storm drains causing localized flooding and property damage. If you compost, fallen leaves make good mulch; they help hold moisture. Leaves need to be bagged and placed in city provided garbage cans or taken to the dump for removal from your property. Leaves should not be racked or blown into the gutter/street or alleys due to blockage of storm water system which can lead to flooding. The city does have an Adopt-A-Truck program available if large amounts of leaves are needed to be removed. Call City Hall at 208-543-5650 to reserve a day. Buhl City code also requires the property owner to remove any snow and ice from their sidewalks. Disposing of snow and ice in the gutter/street/alley is also not allowed as it blocks the melting snow from running into the storm drains and can lead to flooding. Please enjoy our beautiful fall and as always, I am proud to be your Mayor!


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I often used the far right maple tree for climbing, as a few years before my older brother nailed wooden blocks up the trunk constructing a makeshift ladder leading to a hidden…partially built treehouse. Since my older brother had abandoned his treehouse and had sort of grown up, I took ownership. Not asking permission, I often climbed up to that treehouse to ‘see the world’! Inside the uncompleted structure behind limbs and leaves I secretly listened to conversations of family members out on the porch. The roof of our farmhouse, horizontal to my view, looked enticing enough! I promised myself that I would climb up there someday. From the treehouse I watched wild cats roam freely, stocking mice by the nearby hedge. I observed work trucks and tractors coming and going to and from the fields. Best of all, birds of all sizes would

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sail through the air and sometimes reside on the branches. Climbing down the tree and in view were three large window-wells spaced to the length of the house. West daytime sunlight illuminated through these glass window-wells into our farmhouse basement. I spent much scientific observation time watching light yellow squarish catspiders making occasional webs in the corners of these wells. However, more often than not, I searched for real live newborn kittens where a mother cat in the wild may claim one of those windowwells as a warm home for her new family. I trapped one but the kitty-cat got away! I abruptly let go as it jumped ‘mid-air’ sideways, then landed in the lime green bathtub under a dripping faucet. Its back arched, tail puffed out resembling an undecorated wiry Christmas tree, bearing sharp pointed teeth, hissing a daring scolding hiss, wide-open yellow eyes surrounding the shiny black thin vertical lines that spoke loudly, “I dare you to (con’t p23)


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COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS BASKETS FOR HAGERMAN AND BLISS The very LOVING and GIVING communities of Hagerman and Bliss are putting together Christmas Food Baskets for over 100 families in the area that need food for Christmas. We need monetary donations, food donations and workers to make this all happen. If you would like to give a monetary donation, please make the check to “Community Christmas Baskets”, and leave it at US Bank in Wendell or Buhl or drop it off at 1000 Springs Realty in Hagerman. -November November 12 – Community Food Drive -December December 12 - Deadline for names of families needing Christmas Baskets Basket applications are available at Community Helping Hands in Hagerman, Hagerman Senior Center, and Hagerman Schools. Questions? Please call Robin at 208-308-2513 or Judy at 208-539-9926. THANK YOU in advance for helping.


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W Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club Music Bingo: 6p. TapHouse 3 Th Jim Gill Sing Along: 10:30a. Library Optimist Club: Noon. 9 Beans/Burrito 4 F Gary/Cindy Braun: 6-8p. Sandwich Co Devon Tyler: 6p. TapHouse Mark Neiwirth: 7:30p. CSI Fine Arts 5 Sa Holiday Shopping Expo: 10a. 215 Eastland Drive Street Art Class: 10-2. 223 5th. Free Basketball Elite Camp: 11a. CSI Movie Matinee: 3-5p. Library Fall Harvest Wind Dinner: 6-9p. Yellow Brick Cafe Groove Brothers: 6p. TapHouse 6 Su Steps Against Cancer 5l Walk/Run TF Visitor Center, $40 7 M Math Game: 10a-9p. Library Toddler Time: 10:30a. Library Kitting/Crochet Basics: 5p. Library Yarn Club: 6p. Library City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p. 8 Tu VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION Lunar Eclipse: 1:45a-6a. Observe Open Math Game: 10a-9p. Library Lapsit Storytime: 11a. Library St Edward’s School Board: 5:30p. P&Z: 6p. City Hall 9 W Math Game: 10a-9p. Library Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club Library Board: 4:30p. Video Game Program: 4:30p. Library 10 Th Math Game: 10a-9p. Library Toddler Time: 10:30a. Library Veterans of Industry Hiring: 11a. CSI Optimist Club: Noon. 9 Beans/Burrito Crayon Melted Bookmarks: 4P30p. Teen Craft, Library

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get close again!” I understood it well! Rushing out of the windowless bathroom and to get the last word, I flipped the light off leaving the furious wild-kitty in the dark, all alone! “I’ll teach you” I scolded back, shutting the door tightly! Fall time meant the family gathered together to ‘put up corn’. This meant much family chatter working together in assembly line fashion. Mother set up a cardboard table behind the house by the back step between the north the window-well and my climbing tree. A red and white plastic tablecloth flapped up in the air over the top of the card table as she laid it down flat to the four corners.

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All hands were on deck! Grandma ‘Nana’ and Grandad ‘Papa’ each put on an apron. ‘Nana’, had a pink and white cloth checkVoteBundy.com ered tie around the top of the waist kind Paid for by Ammon Bundy For Governor Campaign M Where’s Waldo Scavenger Hunt: 10a-9 with a big bow and one large lace topped pocket to the right side. Papa’s simple Teen Game, Library apron was tied behind his neck and then City Council: 5p. Public Hearing 6p. Tu Where’s Waldo Scavenger Hunt: 10a-9 again around his waist. Teen Game, Library Each participant in the family had their Lapsit Storytime: 11a. Library place in the assembly-line. Dad brought Elementary Minecraft: 4p. Library the corn from the field in tall sacks and P&Z: 6p. City Hall husked them. Mom, busy in the utility W Where’s Waldo Scavenger Hunt: 10a-9 room, heated oversized silver cook pots Teen Game, Library where bubbling water seemed to come Rotary: 12-1p. Turf Club alive with dancing golden nuggets. Th HAPPY THANKSGIVING

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My sister and I rotated between assisting with the husking, carrying pans of cooked cobs to the card table and trimming off the corn. My favorite job was creating and cutting off long strips then sneaking a sample. The sweetcorn tasted crunchy and juicy all at the same time! A fall and winter time sweet treat! My sister and I enjoyed hearing warm cheerful table conversations. Nana’s chuckles and sense of humor along with Papa’s calm, kind sense of purpose set us in motion for a lifetime combination of both. Nana told funny stories (con’t p29)


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UI Extension educator’s owl boxes part of vole RUPERT - A University of Idaho Extension agent from Minidoka County is a vole killer. Since 2018, Jason Thompson has been helping farmers build, distribute and monitor wooden houses for nesting barn owls, and Idaho farmers who have struggled to control ravenous voles have enjoyed benefits. Thomas estimates voles are being held in check throughout 76,374 acres of Idaho agricultural land thanks to owls using either the boxes he’s sold or boxes built by landowners who have used his design. The Hagerman Valley Foundation has been working with Jason for the past several years, building Owl Boxes for the Magic Valley region.

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The Foundation’s Owl Boxes have some unique designs that can make a difference to both the owl family and the maintainer-you. * The size of the box. These boxes are built much larger than typical barn owl nesting boxes used by researchers in the past. This size will nicely accommodate a barn owl family with as many as 8 owlets.

* The size of the entrance hole. The great horned owl is a significant preditor of barn owls and owlets. The entrance hole is too small for these larger owls. * The location of the entrance hole. The hole is raised up high enough to keep the owlets inside before they can navigate on their own outside of the nest. No falling out of the nest for the owlets. * The partition. The raccoon is another barn owl preditor. The partition next to the entrance hole makes the nest unreachable, protecting the eggs. * The side panel opening down instead of up. All other opening side panels open from the bottom of the box. By opening down with a protective ledge at the bottom, a researcher may introduce an orphan owlet safely without the eggs or owlets in the nest falling out. * The bottom dropping open. Once the box is nested, with either pestiferous starlings, kestrels, or a barn owl family, it needs to be cleaned out for the next season. Opening the bottom greatly facilitates cleaning and keeping the debris away from the person cleaning. The Foundation’s owl boxes can include installation and mounting hardware and a wireless camera for taking pictures during habitation. For more information, please call (208) 536-0094.


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Paid for by Chenele Dixon for Idaho, Michael Dixon, Treasurer.

Growing up in Hagerman Valley (con’t from p23) Space donated by Magic Valley News

and shared bold reviews of Hagerman events and stories of the past, while Papa with his gentle subtleness and sweet side smile spoke with politeness, kindness and a listening heart. Their lives were a tribute to hard work, dedication and a genuine giving spirit. They led by example, while treating others fairly. At the corn cob ta-

ble, I felt as if I was breathing in my own heritage, forming future beliefs and mixing many of their values into my own ideas, some inherited from mom and dad, as if it were an orchestrated symphony. We used large silver table spoons to scoop up and reassign just the right amount of yellow kernel nuggets into small clear plastic bags. Flexible paper-covered medal-ties twisted to secure the tops of plastic-filled bags made the process complete, since ziplocks had not yet been (con’t p30)


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3 Idaho Unclaimed Veterans to Receive Military Funeral Honors Twin Falls, Idaho (September 18, 2022) – The MISSING IN AMERICA PROJECT will conduct its second mission in Twin Falls, Idaho by honoring three veterans whose remains have been in the care of the Twin Falls Coroner’s office and have remained unclaimed. Services were conducted with full military honors for the following veterans at 1p, Friday, Oct 21st, at the Snake River Canyon National Cemetery, 1585 E Elm St, Buhl. Richard Earl Wagner (1936-2020) Committal Shelter US Army, Vietnam Richard Jerome Zebert (1949-2014) US Marines, Vietnam, Puple Heart Thomas William Mitchell Jr (1951-2016) US Army, Vietnam The purpose of the MISSING IN AMERICA PROJECT is to locate, identify, and inter the unclaimed cremated remains of veterans through the joint efforts of private, state, and federal organizations; to provide honor and respect to those who have served this country, by securing a final resting place for these forgotten heroes. MIAP is a non-profit, 100% volunteer organization. For more information, visit www.miap.us her long homemade light blue best dress Growing up in Hagerman Valley on, gathered at the waist with a half inch (con’t from p29) belt. She wore round spectacles, sported invented. The corn packages were flatshort curly gray hair, gracefully walking in tened out, placed in clean cake pans and her tall thin stature, proudly bringing in ready to relocate to one of our two large her peach pies with a perfect golden freezers. The basement fruit room was brown crust. home to an upright and our oversized Mother used her best dining plates only floor freezer was outside in a lava rock for holidays, placed on the long thin cellar by the front porch. wooden sewing table brought to the dinHolidays and all winter, we enjoyed the ing room from the upstairs sewing room, fruits of our labor. Many fall meals graced now graced with overlapping creamy lace steamy hot corn in mother’s special oval tablecloths. The best part was that four porcelain bowl. This unique antique bowl lucky kids got to sit at a children’s table by adorned small pink decorative roses the fireplace! painted just on the inside and a golden Mother always cooked a huge flavorful colored scalloped edge around the top, as perfected turkey with all the fixings. Dad detailed as a silver-lining summer sunset. faithfully mashed up the potatoes with This brilliant bowl filled with sunny elewarm milk and butter, then carved the gance sat alongside other tasty garden juicy turkey just before we all sat down. dishes on the dinner table. A sweet butThere were designated seating places as tery aroma filled our family dining room Dad spoke a prayer of thanks. Thanksgivair reminding us of good times together, ing brought to us smooth cranberry visiting and conversing with Nana and sauce, olives for the tips of kid fingers, Papa, sitting and working at the corncob happy times with family, warmth, love, table with that red and white checkered chatter, laughter and the greatest peach tablecloth way into the early fall evenings. and pumpkin pies ever! Autumn soon turned into November with In the days after Thanksgiving we ate lots Thanksgiving family time full of love and of yummy turkey rice soup made by laughter. Mom spared no main dish while mom! November soon turned to Decemextended family pitched in to bring their ber as we looked forward to the delightful favorite tried and true best recipe. I reChristmas holiday season. (con’t in Nov) member our Great Grandma Justice with


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CSI Grant Supports Engineering and Computer Science Scholarships Twin Falls, ID – Future College of Southern Idaho (CSI) engineering and computer science students stand to benefit from a $5 million National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant recently awarded to Boise State University. Through a partnership with Boise State, CSI will receive just over $150,000 per year for four years, money that will be used to support scholarships for high-achieving students with demonstrated financial need. The unique thing about these scholarships is that they can start from the minute a student enters CSI and continue to be awarded until the student graduates with a bachelor’s degree at Boise State,” said Andy Cluff, Department Chair of the CSI Engineering, Physical Science and Computer Science Department. “I am looking forward to talking to the students graduating from high schools throughout the Magic Valley who are interested in engineering and computer science and sharing the exciting opportunities in these fields at CSI and beyond.” According to Boise State, this grant serves as the largest grant of its kind in the state of Idaho. First year students at CSI will be placed into a Center for Advanced Energy Studies Consortium which will connect them with other students through a seminar course that will support them in their pursuit of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) career. “This is an incredible opportunity for Idaho and Boise State as we begin building a better engineering and computer science educational ecosystem for Idaho students through our community college partnerships.” Scholarships are expected to be awarded beginning in Fall 2023.


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