Magic Valley News, July 2022

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2022 Hagerman Valley 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

Did you know that the Magic Valley might have 2 wind turbine energy projects is its PRE-REGISTER AND GET TOUR NOTIFICATIONS future? The Lava Ridge in Jerome County INDOORS: Hagerman Memorial Gym and Salmon Falls in Twin Falls County. The Mar 18: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS NOON-5p Taurus Winds in Gooding County is an AreMar 19: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS 10a-5p via Power project. All on federal BLM land, Mar 20: ANTIQUES & CRAFTS 11a-3p and are in various stages of development by Magic Valley Energy, formally known as LS MARKETS, SEPTOBERFEST: Energy. Lava Ridge is the furthest along with 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman June 5-Aug 28: FARMERS MARKET & FAIR the environmental impact study that has Sundays 11-3. Free spaces. been fast tracked and is due out in late sumFood, Crafts, Produce, Live Music mer. The 400 740’ tall turbines are twice as Wine Tasting, Mini-horses, Games tall as the ones in Bliss and the blades exSept 4: “SEPTOBERFEST” FAIR 11a-5p ceed the wingspan of a Boeing 747 and is All vendors welcome. Free Spaces less than 2 miles away from Minidoka NaLive Music, Food, Wine, Beer, tional Historic site. Since 2015 over 300 Games, Mini-horses, Car Show communities have said no to similar proINDOORS: Hagerman Memorial Gym jects. The Salmon Falls project would be less Dec 10: CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA 12-5 than 4 miles from the Clover Community. Dec 11: CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA 10-3 Taurus Winds would be located between Wendell and Gooding. You are encouraged Marketing Sponsors to contact your local, state and federal Western Septic & Excavation, 208-735-5346 elected officials or BLM to voice your opinHeritage Home Health, 208-410-4040 ion regarding these projects or go to Cindy Douville, Silvercreek, 208-539-1888 stoplavaridge.com for more information.


JULY @RE@ FUN Shoshone Farmers Mkt: 3-7p. Courthouse Park Buhl Guns & Hoses: 6p, Buhl No. Park Million $ Meatballs, Opera Theater Glennsferrytheatre.org Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-1. Downtown. TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Buhl Farmers Mkt: 3-6. 716 Hwy 30 Buhl Trout Feed: 4-7p. W End Sr Ctr Million $ Meatballs, Opera Theater Hagerman Farmers Market & Fair 11-3. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, games, mini-horses… Buhl Sing Along: 2-6p. McClusky Park Buhl Last Generation Band: 6p. McClusky Park Bliss Celebration: 10a. Mud Volleyball 2p. Vendors, 4p. Parade, 5p. Music & BBQ, Dusk. Fireworks Buhl Celebration: 7a. W End Sr Ctr. 8a. Fun Run. Start at Furniture Store 10a. Parade. Main & Broadway 1p. Firehose Compete. McClusky Pk 10p. Fireworks. North Park Gooding Farmers Mkt: 2-6. 13th/Main TF Concert: 6-9p. Downtown on Main

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Growing up in Hagerman Valley by Lora L Lewis (copyright) (con’t from June) Our younger brother was active, adventurous and fun. Before he was born my sister tried to put mom on a diet, so mom told her the treasured secret that she was pregnant, however, gave my older sister strict instructions not to tell anyone, yet. Quickly after that moment, my sister ran up to the end of the dirt farm road where I was standing to tell me the good news. We were both so excited! Dad was hardworking with a farmer’s tan, had a sense of humor and lived by the standard that a handshake was as good as a contract. He belonged to many community committees and worked his way up as chairman of a few boards. In his earlier years, he was a Navy/Airforce Radioman and learned Morse code. Growing up on our farm was so much fun! I often tagged along behind dad, especially when he milked the two jerseys. I can still hear his voice from far (con’t p9)

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WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace Sagebrush Days, July 1-4 Guns & Hoses: 6p, Buhl North Park Magic Mt 3D Shoot hosted by Magic Valley Bow Hunters Farmers Market: 3-6. 716 Hwy 30 Trout Feed: 4-7p. West End Sr Ctr Magic Mt 3D Shoot hosted by Magic Valley Bow Hunters Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch Sing Along: 2-6p. McClusky Park Last Generation Band: 6p. McClusky Pancake Bfast: 7a. West End Sr Ctr Fun Run: 8a. Starts at Furniture Store Parade: 10a. Main & Broadway Firehose Compete: 1p. McClusky Pk Fireworks: 10p. Buhl North Park Buhl Library: Book Sale Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr Buhl Library: Book Sale Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Kiwanis: Noon. El Cazador Buhl Library: Book Sale Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace Buhl Library: Book Sale WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace Buhl Library: Book Sale Farmers Market: 3-6. 716 Hwy 30 Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch Buhl School Board: 7p. HS Auditorium City Council: 6:30p. City Hall. Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Magic V Rep Women: 12p. El Cazador Farmers Market: 4-6. Broadway/Main

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Buhl Mayor Pam McClain It is our duty as citizens of Buhl to keep our city clean, not just for us, but for tourists and our future generations to come. Cleanliness is a concern to a large majority of our residents and business owners . Overflowing trash receptacles, non-manicured trees, weeds, litter, and leaves seem to be a constant cause of uncleanliness throughout our small community. It is important to keep our community clean because it is a representation of our residents and businesses. Visitors to our community should know that residents and businesses take pride in the appearance of their neighborhood and business because it is well kept. It shouldn’t appear as if no one cares or lives there. Another health issue that comes with polluted yards is the threat of insects and rodents. These critters are attracted to trash. Many rodents carry disease and insects such as mosquitoes can make life very uncomfortable. If our city streets and yards become polluted, these animals and insects will also be a problem in homes, parks, schools, and businesses. It’s imperative that a city does everything it can to keep them away. Cities also have a responsibility to keep their streets clean. You can do your part to help clean up city streets. For example, you should avoid throwing any debris such as cigarette butts or chewing gum on the ground. If there’s a litter or weed issue in your neighborhood, report it to the city right away. You should also make it a point to participate in community cleanup events to help the city around you. Remaining environmentally conscious is more important than it’s ever been. If you want to make an impact, your community is a good place to start. Help the city, help your neighbor. Title 3 of the Buhl City Code, entitled Health, Sanitation and Environment, addresses our ordinances concerning the above issues. Please visit https://www.cityofbuhl.us and click on the Buhl City Code “button” to update yourself on the ordinances concerning these issues. Sagebrush Days information is now available at http://www.buhlchamber.org/. The 4th of July marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This is one of the most popular celebrations on the U.S calendar, with highlights including a spectacular fireworks display, family barbecues, a baseball game, and much, much more. We are grateful Buhl is able to host this parade each year, but it takes, as you can imagine, a lot of work and volunteers are always welcome. If you are interested, please contact the Buhl Chamber of Commerce to help out in 2023!


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Silver Sponsor Growing up in Hagerman Valley (con’t from p4) off from the other side of the rolling lush green pasture, ‘Come Boss, Come Boss’ I’d hear him call the cows. Standing between the pasture and calf pen in the center of the fence stood a fully grown maple tree. I often hoisted myself over the calf pen, then stood on my tiptoes to catch its low branch. Clinging to the bark, I shimmied around to catch another one, like a little monkey. I sat in the tree V for a few moments rest, then crawled backwards down a droopy wider and rounder tree branch that bowed just above the ground. There I balanced a few feet above the inside of the pasture. It was so easy for me to pretend I was riding a horse, bouncing up and down, as my feet barely touched the ground. I felt safe and happy to watch dad walk slowly behind the lumbering red and

The milking area had a slightly slanted piece of cement for the two cows to stand on, where each had a place to eat. I hopped off the tree branch and ran to catch up. Dad had mixed up sweet oats and molasses to entice the cows.. Unbeknownst to dad, I had already helped myself to the sweet treat on more than one occasion. Dad picked up his simple ‘T’ stool to sit on, made of a couple of short pieces of ‘two by fours’ nailed together to form a ‘T’. It was just the right height for dad to sit and balance on as he milked by hand. Cats running wild, in all colors, came from nearby farms and fields to get a taste and fill their empty hungry tummies. Dad gave the first few squirts toward the wide mouths of those brave ones who came in the closest. Fresh warm liquid splashed to various parts of their furry faces, long rough tongues stretched to the max, licking up every drop. (con’t p10) “Ever since the ad came out, the phone has been ringing off the hook!” C.M.

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After two of the buckets of milk were filled for home use, Dad carried them by the handles, around to the back door of the large white farmhouse, into an oversized utility room. There the milk was strained through a round silver contraption, then poured into large plastic tupperware containers and placed into a five foot tall, roundish, 1950’s refrigerator. Cream rose to the top of the milk several inches thick over the next couple of days. Mom would then skim the cream off to make fresh homemade bright yellow butter, in a large wooden bowl. We kids took turns pressing around the butter with a flat wooden paddle to squeeze out any extra milk. The large butterball looked like the size of a cantaloupe! Mom later formed smaller squarish lumps of butter for use at the dinner table or for baking.

Mother cooked for farm hay crews and workmen. At our farm, lunch was called dinner and dinner was supper. About the only time we referred to lunch as the middle meal was when we had white wonder bread sandwiches with bologna, Growing up in Hagerman Valley smothered with mayonnaise, dill pickles (con’t p9) When Dad began milking he and mustard, on a picnic with a red poured the first portion of milk into an old checkered tablecloth by Billingsley Creek silver pot by a gray tree stump, which was on a fishing day! chopped off just above the V. Like a magThe midday meals, during the summer net the cats came from all directions for months, were a major undertaking and the prize! We once counted twenty-one priority, yet mom… (con’t Aug Issue) wild cats!


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12 Tu Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church Bible Study: 6:30p. Valley Baptist VBS: 6-8p. Valley Baptist. K-6th P&Z: 7p. City Hall 13 W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center VBS: 6-8p. Valley Baptist. K-6th Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ 14 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s VBS: 6-8p. Valley Baptist. K-6th 15 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Foot Clinic: 12:30p. Senior Center, $5 VBS: 6-8p. Valley Baptist. K-6th Million $ Meatballs, Opera Theater Glennsferrytheatre.org 16 Sa Million $ Meatballs, Opera Theater Glennsferrytheatre.org 17 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. FB @HagermanFun 18 M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Graystone Band: Noon. Senior Center Life Recovery: 6:30p. Christian Ctr. 19 Tu Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church Bible Study: 6:30p. Valley Baptist 20 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 21 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s 22 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Million $ Meatballs, Opera Theater Glennsferrytheatre.org 23 Sa Million $ Meatballs, Opera Theater Glennsferrytheatre.org


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ABOUT THE PROGRAM This Department of Labor Federal Grant Program assists low-income people that are at least 55 years old and unemployed, with part-time employment at a 501(c)3 non-profit organization such as the Hagerman Valley Foundation. A DUAL MISSION This program has a dual mission - Community Service and Employment. Partners such as the Hagerman Valley Foundation, often need help but don’t have the hiring resources. The DOL pays a stipend to the seniors while they work for the nonprofit. This provides older workers with a chance to use their experience in community service. HAGERMAN VALLEY FOUNDATION: The Foundation is very pleased to consider all qualified applicants. Our broad schedule of events and activities provides plenty of opportunities for interested and qualified individuals. We train. Please call us today. (208) 536-0094


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PEEK INTO THE PAST WHITE ARROW HOT SPRINGS RANCH— The following is compiled from various notes by unknown authors found in the files at the Gooding County Museum.

“In 1878 it was known as Idaho Hot Springs and was the second place settled on Clover Creek; Joseph Robertson lived there in a dugout. Margaret Belle Butler and Andrew Hess married July 18, 1898 and settled at the hot springs. Idaho HS, 9 miles north of Bliss, was held in high esteem by Indians traveling great distances to bathe in the 151o mineral waters. An old Indian story tells about a brave who gambled so expertly that he left others in the tribe destitute. An angry council condemned him as a ‘bad one’ but allowed him to accompany the tribe on its seasonal pilgrimage to the hot springs. While on the journey, the gambler fell ill with spotted fever. When they arrived, he was thrust into the hot spring for a cure, but was dragged out dead. In 1920 a 20’ x 56’ swimming pool was constructed of cement, costing $5,000. At some point the pool was enclosed and then named White Arrow, according to pioneer Ethel Hobdey. For about 20 years the plunge was popular for family picnics and high school students. When it closed, a series of owners tried to use the hot waters for a variety of agricultural experiments. Notable among the failures was a project for incubating turkey eggs. The waters hatched the eggs but as the poults pecked through the shells they were boiled by the hot steam.”

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THE 20 YEAR LEGACY OF NON-PROFIT HAGERMAN I.D.E.A., INC From 2002-2016, a legacy of community service and quality of life efforts for others started with the Pocket Park and RV dump station and included: * The Hagerman high school greenhouse * The original Hagerman City entrance signs * Flower planters for Swensen’s city parking lot * Seven annual Blues Festivals in Billingsley Creek Park * 1000 Springs Scenic Byway signage coordination * City Park original swing and slide equipment * A $60,000 grant for 1400 students to tour fossil beds, national fish hatchery & 1000 springs park Since 2017, and doing business as HAGERMAN VALLEY FOUNDATION, our donations and community efforts include: * City Park concrete work ($1,000 match to the grant) * The City Park new swing set and installation * Art sculptures displayed in City Park * Established annual summer-long Farmers Markets * Held parades & several annual winter festivals * Acquired a mobile stage for performing arts * Published free monthly Magic Valley Newsletters * Hosted many Seniors through the DOL Program. * Free tours of the area’s wildlife and agriculture * Established Barn Owl and Mt Bluebird conservation * Established a Community Business Center * Established Hagerman IDEA Endowment Fund


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