Magic Valley News, June 2022

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Did you know that the Magic Valley Newsletter (formerly Gooding County Newsletter) is now being distributed in Buhl through over a dozen businesses? The format for the newsletter has also changed to have a Magic Valley Calendar of events and separate calendars for each city of Hagerman, Wendell, Buhl & Gooding with more to come. We welcome events to list in each community’s calendar and ads for those communities and the entire Magic Valley. If you prefer, you may now subscribe to the Newsletter for $20/12 months. The newsletter will be delivered to you by first class mail each month. OR you can pick up a free newsletter at the Distributors listed on each city page. Keep up to date with our Events! Like & Follow @HagermanFun Marketing Sponsors

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2022 Foundation Events Tours, Markets & Festivals (208) 536536-0094

TOURS: meet at old bank parking lot Jan 15 EAGLE TREE TOUR 5:30p Jan 16 WINTER BIRDS TOUR 8:30a Mar TBD SAGE GROUSE TOUR 6:30a Mar 26 SANDHILL CRANE TOUR 5:30p June TBD HUMMINGBIRD TOUR July TBD MT BLUEBIRD TRAIL TOUR Aug TBD WINDMILLS & DAMS TOUR Sept TBD HISTORIC RITTER ISLAND Oct TBD OWL BOX INSTALLATION TOUR Nov TBD SHEEP RETURN TOUR PRE-REGISTER AND GET TOUR NOTIFICATIONS

INDOORS: Hagerman Memorial Gym Mar 18: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS NOON-5p Mar 19: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS 10a-5p Mar 20: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS 11a-3p MARKETS, SEPTOBERFEST: 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman June 5-Aug 28: FARMERS MARKET & FAIR Sundays 11-3. Free spaces. Food, Crafts, Produce, Live Music Wine Tasting, Mini-horses, Games Sept 4: “SEPTOBERFEST” FAIR 11a-5p All vendors welcome. Free Spaces Live Music, Food, Wine, Beer, Games, Mini-horses, Car Show

INDOORS: Hagerman Memorial Gym Dec 10: CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA 12-5 Dec 11: CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA 10-3

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June 22: ALL CALENDAR DEADLINES for July Issue (208) 536-0094 5

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Su Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... Tu Art Camp: 10-12. See Ad p14 Backyard & Beyond: 1-3p. Fairgrounds W Space Explorers: 10-12. Gooding Fgnds Jr STEM Camp: 1-3p. Gooding Fgnds Th STEM Camp: 2-4p. Gooding Fgnds

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16 Th STEM Camp: 2-4p. Gooding Fgnds 19 Su Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... 21 Tu Art Camp: 10-Noon. Gooding Fgnds Backyard & Beyond: 1-3p. Fairgrounds 22 W Space Explorers: 10-12. Gooding Fgnds Jr STEM Camp: 1-3p. Gooding Fgnds 23 Th STEM Camp: 2-4p. Gooding Fgnds Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman 26 Su Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair Live music, food, produce, crafts, 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... Kid’s Extreme: 12-3p. Hagerman Park See ad p10 28 Tu Art Camp: 10-Noon. Gooding Fgnds Backyard & Beyond: 1-3p. Fairgrounds Art Camp: 10-Noon. Gooding Fgnds Kid’s Extreme: 12-3p. Hagerman Park 29 W Space Explorers: 10-12. Gooding Fgnds Backyard & Beyond: 1-3p. Fairgrounds Jr STEM Camp: 1-3p. Gooding Fgnds Hagerman Fireworks & Army Band Space Explorers: 10-12. Gooding Fgnds 6p. Hagerman City Park. See below. Kid’s Extreme: 12-3p. Hagerman Park 30 Th STEM Camp: 2-4p. Gooding Fgnds Jr STEM Camp: 1-3p. Gooding Fgnds

Save the Dates

July 1 Guns & Hoses Baseball Game, Buhl July 1-4 Buhl Sagebrush Days July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair July 14-16 Idaho GOP Summer Meeting, Twin Falls


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FREE NEWSLETTERS AVAILABLE: Antique Ezel, 121 Broadway S Arctic Circle, 606 Broadway Ave S Bookhaven, 106 Broadway Ave S Buhl Drug, 419 Broadway Ave S Buhl Public Library, 215 Broadway Ave N Chamber of Commerce, 716 Hwy 30 E City of Buhl, 203 Broadway Ave N

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W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace Sa Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch M City Council: 6:30p. City Hall Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Kiwanis: Noon. El Cazador Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 5th Gr Musical: 6:30p. Popplewell Elem Book Club: 7p. Library F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace Filer Fun Days - Filer Fair Grounds Sa Buhl Summer Service Program Filer FFA Pancake Breakfast: 7-10. Filer Fairgrounds Library Book Sale: 9a-5p. Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch M Buhl School Board: 7p. HS Auditorium City Council: 6:30p. City Hall. Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Magic V Rep Women: 12p. El Cazador Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace

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21 Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr 22 W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Kiwanis: Noon. El Cazador Buhl Library Board Mtg: 5p. Library 23 Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 24 F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace 25 Sa Buhl Fire Dept: 9a-Noon. Fire Station 26 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch 27 M 28 Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr 29 W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library 30 Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 1 F Sagebrush Days Start, July 1-4 Guns & Hoses Annual Baseball Game 5p event starts, 6p game starts Buhl North Park

Magic Valley Republican Women’s Flag Retirement Ceremony June 14th at 5:30pm in Buhl Eastman Park. Flyers around town will have more details or call Marie at 208 590 3036

“Ever since the ad came out, the phone has been ringing off the hook!” C.M.


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I have discovered that most people do not know the duties of mayors and city council members. It is important for the community to be educated regarding these duties. The Basics of City Government/Form of Government Most Idaho cities operate under the Mayor-Council form of government, with a mayor and four council members. The structure of city government, as well as the powers and limitations of cities are defined by the Idaho Constitution and state law. Size of Buhl Council: 4 members (Michael Higbee, Kelly Peterson, Marla Sisson, Amanda Hawkins) Mayor Roles and Responsibilities: The mayor is the chief executive and administrative officer of the city. The mayor’s powers and responsibilities include the following: • Hiring, firing, and supervising city employees. • Appointment and removal of appointed officers—city clerk, treasurer, attorney & any other officials designated by local policy. A majority of the full council must confirm the mayor’s appointment or removal of an appointed officer. • Appointments to fill council vacancies and vacancies on city boards, commissions and committees, both subject to council confirmation. • Presiding over city council meetings and calling special council meetings. • Ensuring local laws—ordinances—are enforced. • May break tie votes of council. There are certain situations where approval is required by a majority of the full council where the mayor’s tie breaking authority is not effective, including confirmation of the mayor’s nomination for an appointed office, confirmation of the mayor’s removal of an appointed officer, or suspension of reading requirements for ordinances. • May veto ordinances passed by the council. The mayor’s veto may be overridden by a majority of the full council. • Signing documents on behalf of the city and administering oaths, e.g. oath of office. City Council Responsibilities: The council is the legislative body of the city and its powers and responsibilities include the following. • Passes laws and policies that must not conflict with state or federal law or constitutional provisions. • Approves annual budget and property tax levy. • Approves payment of all city bills. • Receives monthly report on city finances from city treasurer. • Provides for audit of city’s financial statements. Establishes by ordinance the place(s) of deposit for city funds. Approves by resolution investment of city funds. • Determining services that will be provided by the city, the fees charged for such services, and whether a service will be provided by the city itself or by contract with private or public entity. • Adopting a comprehensive plan, and zoning and subdivision ordinances. Quasi-judicial decisions on rezones, conditional use permits, variances and subdivision preliminary plats. • Confirmation of mayor’s appointments to fill council vacancies and vacancies on city boards, commissions and committees. Confirmation of mayor’s appointment or removal of appointed officers, which requires a majority of the full council. Filling a mayoral vacancy (from within or without the council). • The council ONLY exercises its authority as a single body, operating in public meetings preceded by posted notice and agenda. An individual councilmember has no authority to supervise, discipline or fire city employees. Our minutes are posted on our website at cityofbuhl.us. Our meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays of the month beginning at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. The complete rebuild of Burley Avenue is now scheduled for 2025-2026. There was a discussion about the condition of the roads. This is when we have been told the federal monies for the project will now arrive. Since the city wants to be proactive, we have already replaced the infrastructure since nothing makes us shake our heads more than when a brand-new road is torn up afterwards for infrastructure replacement. Aaron Wert with HMH Engineering presented to Council the bids received for the Highway 30 project that is now scheduled to begin July 18. This date may change with all of the uncertainty of materials. This project will be widening of Highway 30 by Dr. Osterkamp’s office and across the road with the right-hand turn lane onto US Highway 46 (from Hwy 30) being extended to free up some of the congestion in the area. The City of Buhl received $301,000 from the State of Idaho for this project.


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Growing up in Hagerman Valley, by Lora L Lewis (copyright) As a 4-H youngster, I was given the honor of ‘club reporter’. Taking this seriously, I became more of a kid's private eye observing every move of fellow members who individually demonstrated extraordinary sewing or cooking projects. As protocol would have it, my reports were sent to the ‘Gooding County Leader’, our local newspaper. Much to my surprise, I was awarded a ‘golden trophy’ for best 4-H reporter! It then dawned on me, then and there that readers enjoy ‘feel good stories’! When it comes to my childhood in Hagerman Valley, I have kind of a photographic memory. It wasn’t the ‘Leave it to Beaver’ days, but close! Mom was a farm wife who wore house dresses with skinny belts. Her hair was shiny, wavy, natural blond, shoulder length and perfectly parted on the side. She attended women’s clubs and was on many committees in our small community. She taught us that volunteer work was essential. In addition to all of her responsibilities, I vividly remember her staying up late at night to mop and polish the dining room and kitchen floors, after everyone else (continued p16)

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FREE NEWSLETTERS AVAILABLE: Fred Dodge DIY Store, 112 W Main Miller Brothers Collision Repair, 710 N Idaho Ruby Mountain Motors, 295 S Idaho St

Silver Key Insurance, 287 W Main Wendell Tire, 190 W Ave B Pick up extras for your friends, fellow churchgoers and neighbors!

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W Thrift Shop: 10-4. Senior Center VFW Meeting: 7p. 610 W Main St F Thrift Shop: 9-4. Senior Center Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Sa Thrift Shop: 10-2. Senior Center Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 M Senior Center Thrift Shop: 9-4. Lunch: Noon. Senior Center W Thrift Shop: 10-4. Senior Center F Thrift Shop: 9-4. Senior Center Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Sa Thrift Shop: 10-2. Senior Center Su Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 Fellowship Meal Following Held at Methodist Church Berean Baptist Tent Mtg: 7p. Ad p9 M Baptist VBS: 9:15-Noon. See ad p9 Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Senior Center Thrift Shop: 9-4. Berean Baptist Tent Mtg: 7p. Ad p9

14 Tu Baptist VBS: 9:15-Noon. See ad p9 Berean Baptist Tent Mtg: 7p. Ad p9 15 W Baptist VBS: 9:15-Noon. See ad p9 Thrift Shop: 10-4. Senior Center 17 F Thrift Shop: 9-4. Senior Center Lunch: Noon. Senior Center 18 Sa Thrift Shop: 10-2. Senior Center 19 Su Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 20 M Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Senior Center Thrift Shop: 9-4. 22 W Thrift Shop: 10-4. Senior Center 24 F Thrift Shop: 9-4. Senior Center Lunch: Noon. Senior Center 25 Sa Thrift Shop: 10-2. Senior Center 26 Su Living Waters: SS: 9:15, Worship: 10:30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Berean Bible Study: 10, Worship: 11 27 M Senior Center Thrift Shop: 9-4. Lunch: Noon. Senior Center

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BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY MORNINGS JUNE 5, 19, 26 10a: Bible Study for all 11a: Worship

LOCATION FOR JUNE SPECIAL EVENTS Methodist Church 175 E Main Ave, Wendell

TENT MEETINGS

Proclaiming 'the gospel of Christ' which 'is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believes'." Romans 1:16

June 12, 13, 14, 15: 7p Steve Cody, Evangelist Music by Jeff Gore Refreshments & Fellowship

Paul Kroeger, Pastor

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

(208) 539-5769 pastorpaul@bereanbaptistwendell.org We are currently meeting at Wendell High School, 800 East Main Ave. Access Main (South) entrance to the classroom building.

Preschool, Elementary, Teens June 13-15, 9:15a-Noon Mon, Tue, Wed Lunch for VBS children & workers

SPECIAL SERVICE June 12, 10a: Bible Study for all 11a: Worship Fellowship Meal Following

FIREPLACES, FURNACES AIR CONDITIONING S&T DIY STORE, 112 W. MAIN, WENDELL

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Hagerman

FREE NEWSLETTERS AVAILABLE: 1000 Springs Realty, 151 N State St Bean’s Twisted Scissors, 100 State St Budman’s Barber Shop, 460 S State St Hagerman Senior Center, 140 E Lake St Rerunz Thrift Store, 130 S State St

Community Helping Hands Hagerman Food Bank Tu 2:30p-5:00p Th 10a-2p communityhh@outlook.com (208) 731-7974 (208) 404-2821

Hagerman City Hall Mon-Fri 9-12p, 1p-4p (208) 837-6636

Hagerman Museum Open Fri, Sat, Sun 1-4

Hagerman Post Office Mon-Fri 7:45a-1p; 2p-4:15p Hagerman Valley Foundation

HagermanPublicLibrary@gmail.com Community Business Center (208) 837-6520 441 S State St Mon-Fri 11-4

Hagerman Senior Center Thrift Store MWF 10-2 MWF Noon Lunch hvcscenter@gmail.com

Mass: Sunday 10a, then coffee hour Spanish Mass: 1st Sun of the month Thursday Mass: 6p Adoration: Thursday 5p Confessions: Thursday 5p Potluck: 2nd Sunday of the Month after 10a Mass PO Box 52, 446 N State St Hagerman, ID 83332

Pick up extras for your friends, fellow churchgoers and neighbors!

Hagerman Public Library Tu 1-5, Wed 10-6, Th 10-5, F 10-5, Sa 10-1

(208) 837-6288

(208) 543-5136

Snake River Grill, 611 Frogs Landing State Street Aquatics, 231 N State St Thrift Barn, 302 Salmon St E

(208) 837-6120

Facebook @HagermanFun HagermanValleyFoundation@gmail.com (208) 536-0094

Hagerman Thrift Barn Tues, 11-2 Wed, Fri, Sat 11-4 (208) 751-4508

ST CATHERINE’S CATHOLIC STATION Pastor: Father Jorge Garcia Deacon: Jim McCaughey


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W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ City Council: 7p. Hagerman City Hall Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv: 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Ctr. Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Chamber Lunch: Noon. Snake Grill P&Z: 7p. City Hall W Lunch: Noon. Hagerman Senior Ctr Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Library Board Mtg: 5:30p. Library Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv. 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Kid’s Extreme: 12-3p. City Park See ad p10 HJSD Board Meeting: 6p. HS Rm #7 Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Ctr. Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Kid’s Extreme: 12-3p. City Park W Lunch: Noon. Hagerman Senior Ctr Kid’s Extreme: 12-3p. City Park Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ City Council: 7p. Hagerman City Hall

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Hagerman Calendar 16 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Library Board Mtg: 5:30p. Library Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church 17 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Foot Clinic: After lunch. Senior Ctr $5 19 Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv. 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... 20 M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch, Bridge Club, New Music: Noon. Sr Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Center. 21 Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym 22 W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ 23 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church 24 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center 25 Sa Yard Sale: 9-4:30. Community of Christ 26 Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv. 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses... 27 M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Ctr. 28 Tu Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym 29 W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center 9th Annual Fireworks! 6p. City Park 8p. Flag Retiring Ceremony 8:30p. US Army Band Live Concert Fireworks begin at dark Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ 30 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Prince Memorial Gym Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church


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140 E Lake St Our Fabulous Thrift Store

JUNE 2022 The Center will be open for noon meals MWF as usual. Meals include beverages, bread & dessert.

Open 10-2 MWF

Monday Blood Draws 8-10:30a Mondays Bridge Club @ 12:30 Friday Noon Bingo Foot Clinic - Fri 17th New Music - Mon June 20th

(208) 837-6120 hvcscenter@gmail.com Follow @HagermanThrift

The Thrift Barn

LIFE RECOVERY

GENTLY USED HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN ITEMS NEEDED

(or Restoration)

Please no TVs or large furniture

Proceeds go to Nonprofit Community Helping Hands Food Bank

Monday Nights @ 6:30-8 p.m. 2750 S 900 E, Hagerman (805) 598-2924

We are opposed to judgmental Christianity that holds to truth without compassion & righteousness without humility. We all prayerfully encourage each other to listen when others speak, keep it confidential, & work on our own issues.

SUMMER HOURS Tues 11-2 Wed, Fri, Sat 11-4 Next to Helping Hands Food Bank Across from Ace Hardware

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Our hearts break for all who are hurting, grieving, struggling, confused, oppressed, depressed, isolated, lonely, stuck in life behaviors that steal their joy, & don't know what hospital for our souls to turn to for safe & encouraging support. All are welcome to join us as we all continue learn "One Day at a Time" how to receive God's Restoration and Freedom.

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Now Accepting Applications

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School Year 2022-2023

OPEN HOURS: Tues-Sat 9-5

Call Rebecca (208) 308-6181

(208) 316-2521 (208) 303-0581

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Bea ’s Twisted Sciss r’s & Gift Sh p

Serving Christ in Our Community & Beyond

Local Crafts, Baked Goods, Candles, Jewelry, Souvenirs & More! Hair Salon & Permanents

208 837 6603 100 State St Hager a

Celebrate with Us! (208) 423-1114 SUNDAY: Worship 11am THURSDAY: Prayer 6pm

WELCOME TO YOU & YOUR FAMILY PLEASE COME WORSHIP WITH US Pastor@HagermanValleyBaptist.org 390 N. State Street, Hagerman

Cl_o Hoyl_ July 14, 1930 - M[y 18, 2022 As a life-long Pastor’s wife, Cleo loved to sing and serve others. During her last seven years in Hagerman, she loved singing at the Baptist Church and enjoyed pouring coffee and cleaning tables at the Senior Center. A highlight was taking Bill Jones on a riverboat bird tour, marveling that Bill had never been on the river until then! We all miss her dearly, but know that “absent with the body is present with the Lord.” Survived by daughter & son-in-law, CJ & Dean Holmes Cleo donated her body to Science Care, 800-417-3747 for research and education. They handled the details, including pickup, death certificate, social security notification, transportation to their Colorado facility. As a memorial, we are providing a framed picture collage. If you would like one, please contact the Foundation office, 208-536-0094.


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Gooding Calendar Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Tu Art Camp: 10-Noon. Gooding Fgnds Backyard & Beyond: 1-3p. Fgnds 8 W Space Explorers: 10-12. Gooding Fgnds Jr STEM Camp: 1-3p. Gooding Fgnds 9 Th STEM Camp: 2-4p. Gooding Fgnds 12 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a 14 Tu Art Camp: 10-Noon. Gooding Fgnds Backyard & Beyond: 1-3p. Fgnds Gooding Rep Central Cmte Mtg: 7p Meeting room next to P&Z. GJSD Board Mtg: 7p. District Office 15 W Space Explorers: 10-12. Gooding Fgnds Jr STEM Camp: 1-3p. Gooding Fgnds 16 Th STEM Camp: 2-4p. Gooding Fgnds 19 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a 5 7

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Growing up in Hagerman Valley (continued from p6) in the family had gone to sleep (but me). I had short uneven bangs and would rather climb trees than practice the piano. Being one of the youngest in my classroom, schoolwork was a challenge. I strongly disliked red pens and vowed if I ever became a teacher, I would never use them. Strangely enough, in adulthood after thirtyfive years of elementary school teaching, I did not correct kids' papers with red pens. My older brother was a big tease, but came to my rescue on a couple of occasions. My older sister and I were best friends. She was organized, got good grades, practiced the piano diligently and was a natural hair stylist for many of her friends before prom nights. Our younger brother... (con’t July)

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Pete’s Patch: It was estimated that 11,000 Chinese were brought by the shiploads from all parts of China to work for the Central and Pacific Union railroads. When the lines were joined at Promontory, Utah in 1869, suddenly they were out of work. So many flocked to the mines of Idaho. After the whites worked the best part out of the mines they often sold their claims to the Chinese who eked out a living by collecting the last traces of the ore. It is said that every rock around the Placer mines at Rocky Bar Fairfield, Idaho had been washed with a cloth by the Chinese. The gold extracted from the cloth, was mainly flour gold, the smallest you could see with the naked eye. After the gold ran out, most of the Chinese moved to the Snake River drainage and mined from the Twin Falls area to below Hagerman, Idaho. Their mining techniques were to say the least primitive. Chinese used the simple sluice and burlap to collect what small gold they could. The Chinese needed water to make the sluices work as efficient as could be. Remnants of their primitive techniques of these Chinese mining sites can still be found along the shores of the Snake River. Next time we will talk about how the Chinese got the water to run their sluice operations and where you can still see some of the mining sites. A Pete's Patch Hats Off to the Bike and Walk Committee for hooking the path up to Coltharp (City) Park. Also Hat’s Off to the Historical Society for giving the Bike and Walk Committee the extra 5 foot of right of way to finish the job. Till Next time, Pete.

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