Magic Valley News, Sept 2022

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Did you know that ‘Follow the Flag’ will be in the Magic Valley with a super Cleo Hoyle Kay Heller large US Flag that will hang from the Perrine Bridge on Sunday, September Marketing Sponsors 11th. The Magic Valley community is Western Septic & Excavation, 208-735-5346 invited to come and view the large flag Heritage Home Health, 208-410-4040 hanging under the bridge. Bring your Cindy Douville, Silvercreek, 208-539-1888 flags to show your pride in and support for this country and its flag. In addition, Community Business Center September 17 is Constitution Day. I Fast Turnaround encourage you to remember our divineinspired constitution and the positive Copies Design Print Signs Direct Mail Trifolds Magnets Posters Ads impact those words have had on our country and the entire world. God has (208) 536-0094 truly blessed the USA. SERVING MAGIC VALLEY

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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. MAGIC VALLEY BUSINESS ASSOCIATION: 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 the senior, and welcoming newcomers to the area. We train. Please call. (208) 536-0094


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Th Twin Falls County Fair: 7a-11p. F Twin Falls County Fair: 7a-11p. Shoshone Farmers Market: 3-7p. Sa Twin Falls County Fair: 7a-11:55p. Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Su Twin Falls County Fair: 7a-11:55p. LAST Hagerman Farmers Market Fair 10-5. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman M Twin Falls County Fair: 7a-9p. HOLIDAY—LABOR DAY Weekly Trout Stocking: Gooding, Camas, Lincoln & Twin Falls Counties Tu Gooding Farmers Mkt: 2-6. 13th/Main W Buhl Farmers Mkt: 4-6. BroadwayMain F Shoshone Farmers Market: 3-7p.

6 7 9 10 Sa Hispanic Festival: 8a-11p. Downtown Commons Area Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Fall Outdoor Vendor Show: 9-4. Jerome Mt View Barn Brews for Buhl Beer & Music Festival McClusky Park: 1p Optimist Club Fundraiser: 1-8:30p. City Park 6th Ave Tables Bands at the Bridge: 6-8p Casino Night: 6-9p. American Legion Speedway: 7p 11 Su 9/11 Memorial Ceremony: 8-3. Down Town Commons Area Outdoor Vendor Show: 9-4. Jerome Mt View Barn 9/11 Flag @ Perrine Bridge: 2-7pFall 12 M Weekly Trout Stocking: Gooding & Twin Falls Counties 13 Tu Gooding Farmers Mkt: 2-6. 13th/Main 14 W Buhl Farmers Mkt: 4-6. BroadwayMain 16 F Lost & Lava Cowboy Gathering: 7p Shoshone Community Center, 201 S Beverly S 17 Sa CONSTITUTION DAY Rim-2-Rim: 7-4. CRT-Blass TF Hagerman Breakfast: 7-10. Senior Center. $8 CAR SHOW: 8-6p. Hagerman City Park Buhl Library Golf Tournament: 9a Blue Lakes Country Club Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Speedway: 7p

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21 W Live Oral Interviews: 7p. Gooding County Historical Society Speaker Night. 273 Euskadi Lane behind McDonald’s 22 Th ICCU Lights & Lasers: 6-10p. FILER Idaho Central Legacy Fields Shoshone Farmers Market: 3-7p. 23 F 24 Sa Make-A-Wish: 7:30-12p. CRT-Blass TF Jerome Farmers Market: 9-1p. Mt View Barn TF Farmers Market: 9-2. Mall Pkg Lot Festival of Arts: 10-6. Ritter Island Speedway: 7p 25 Su Festival of Arts: 10-5. Ritter Island 30 F Vintage Vixens Market: 10-7. FILER 1 Sa Vintage Vixens Market: 10-7. FILER

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$8 CAR SHOW BREAKFAST Sept 17, 7a-10a Monday Blood Draws 8:00-10:30a No Blood Draw on Labor Day (5th) Mondays Bridge Club @ 12:30 Friday Noon Bingo Flu Shot Clinic - Sept 7th, 8-10a Foot Clinic - Sept 16th ($5) Graystone Band - Sept 19th

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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 LABOR DAY - NO SCHOOL Library closed TRIBE Meeting: 4:45p Popplewell 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 Farmers Market: 4-6. Broadway/Main Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace Book Club: 7p. Library F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace

9 10 Sa Brews for Buhl Beer & Music Festival McClusky Park: 1p 11 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch 12 M City Council: 6:30p. City Hall. 13 Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr 14 W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Kiwanis: Noon. El Cazador Farmers Market: 4-6. Broadway/Main 15 Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 16 F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace 17 Sa CONSTITUTION DAY Public Library Golf Tournament: 9a Blue Lakes Country Club 18 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch 19 M School Board Meeting: 7p. HS Auditorium

20 Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr 21 W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library P&Z: 10:30a. Council Chambers Magic V Rep Women: 12p. El Cazador Farmers Market: 4-6. Broadway/Main 22 Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 23 F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace Health Fair: 7a-10a. Low cost. Northcanyon.org 208-934-4433 24 Sa 25 Su Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a. West End Senior Center: 1p. Brunch 26 M City Council: 6:30p. City Hall. 27 Tu Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p. Senior Ctr 28 W Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Story Time: 10a. Library Kiwanis: Noon. El Cazador Farmers Market: 4-6. Broadway/Main Buhl Library Board Mtg: 5p. Library 29 Th Getting Fit Over 50: 9a. 7th St Gym Rotary: Noon. Pasta Palace 30 F WEMA: 6:30a. Pasta Palace

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Buhl Mayor Pam McClain Ways Local Government Can Use Social Media – This could be extremely important as we’ve seen a decline in small community newspapers. Please like our FB site = City of Buhl, Idaho and visit our Website = www.cityofbuhl.us to obtain the following information: 1. Police and Fire Department information 2. Council, P&Z and other meetings agendas 3. Public Service Announcements – raising awareness of issues that affect our community. 4. Construction Updates and Road Closings. 5. City Department Job Postings 6. Meeting Minutes (on our website along with other important information) As is typical of any social media, a lot of misinformation and non-factual information continues to harm democracy, sow social discord and lower people’s trust in their community leadership. We invite you to like our FB page above and attend our meetings on the 2 nd and 4 th Mondays of the month at 6:30 p.m. You can also go to our website to read meeting minutes. There are several ways to educate yourself and make your own informed opinions. An educated public is a happy public. The council recently approved the adoption of Resolution 429, which increased some of our fees. I will highlight the following: Dogs Impound: 1st $25.00 2nd $50.00 3rd $75.00 Boarding (after 2 hours impounded) $10.00 per day Tag $20.00 (up from $15.00) Tag Replacement $5.00 (up from $2.00) Effective 10/01/2022, the minimum residential city utility statement will increase from $143.75 to $144.75. Our minimum monthly residential utility fees include: Water $11.22 (for 12,000 gallons) Sanitation $12.98 (for two times per week trash pickup) Sewer $22.22 Capital Improvement $5.75 County Sanitation (dump fees charged to the city) $5.80 City Line Replacement Fund $2.30 O&M Fee $18.09 (with increase mentioned below) Total: $78.36 Residential Bond Fees: Administrative Fee $1.84 Water Bond $20.71 Sewer Bond $38.89 Infrastructure Replacement Fee $4.95 Total: $66.39 (decrease of $4.87) The city’s SRF (State Revolving Fund) Bond was paid off recently and the recommendation from our rate committee was to move the $4.87 citizens were paying each month to the O&M fee since our operations and maintenance costs are increasing each year. It was also the rate committee’s recommendation that we increase the minimum monthly residential utility fees $1.00 per month to help cover these O&M costs.


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Growing up in Hagerman Valley by Lora L Lewis (copyright) (con’t from August)...

Grandmother, on my mom’s side, whom we lovingly called ‘Nana’ was quite a character. She was of medium height and had a thin straight figure. Her short dark curly hair was fashionable for the women of her age. She owned a daring sense of humor and could get away with saying almost anything about anyone or any situation. My older sister of three years and I often caught our grandmother saying humorous statements at events such as at ice cream socials, womens’ auxiliaries, local fundraisers and other outings. She had a knack for thinking ‘under her breath’. For example, she’d notice something funny, strange or out of place about someone then she’d mumble the truth in her mind out loud! Then realizing that we girls, two of her granddaughters, were standing beside her listening and observing, she would quickly redeem herself with a follow-up statement (an unrelated compliment) about the person she was referring to, such as; “Oh, but she is such a lovely person indeed, just so nice!” or ‘Oh my, her fingers are quite nimble at quilting club, I hear!” or “My my, she certainly knows how to ‘CAN’ those peaches to perfection’!

cause Grandmother would speak of it within the family. Mom took it with a grain of salt, though. Mother didn’t listen to much ‘hearsay or there say’. She’d just reply, “Uh Uh.” and change the subject. I imagine that some of the vocal news was about as factual as the game of gossip where kids sit in a circle and whisper something around until it is spoken out completely different from the first to the last child. We all know how that goes! Nana (we were told) once had hair long enough to sit on. Her long hair was of the attributes that was attractive to grandpa in the early days, whom we lovely called ‘Papa’. One day when they were first married (we heard through the years), due to the fact that our grandma Nana had a mind of her own, she chopped off her hair, very short! Papa wasn’t happy with her, but what was done was done! Her long hair became a bob-cut!

Grandma Nana was a very giving person.She was one of the first to greet new folks into town, taking them a little something for dinner and offering them flowers. Her yard and garden were abundantly filled with beautiful long stem roses and irises of all colors. She shared her flowers around and about in a myriad of ways. She gave them to the new folks, to friends, and shared them at weddings and memorial services. She made huge bouNana wasn’t one to gossip to others about quets of flowers for a local church altar in others, however, she knew much of the the season of blooming. Her roses and local chatter, due to the fact that she had irises grew in abundance early in the good ears and a bunch of close friends spring, all summer and into fall with some who spoke liberally about the Hagerman of the autumn plants. Her yard was a news which traveled up and down the showcase of color! (con’t p10) streets and across town! I knew this be-


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I remember when my sister and I were young Nana brought us to her house to create beautiful May-day-baskets for the ‘older ladies’ in Hagerman. Flowers were brought to the kitchen table. She proceeded to show us how to arrange them into lovely little wicker baskets. We loaded beautiful arrangements into the back of her long buick and then took us to her friends’ houses so we could hang May-daybaskets on their door- knobs. We were instructed to ring the doorbell, run off, jump into the back of her car so as not to be seen.There was only one problem! She pulled out so slowly we knew that the person opening the door could see the backend of her car! Other times, Nana would take my sister and I with her to visit her friends. Her best friend, Hazel had soft white short fluffy hair and a sweet face. Her puffy creamcolored couch had giant pink decorative roses and green stems adorning the fabric. My feet could barely touch the edge of the couch as I sat right up against its back. Waiting patiently in a little blue dress, I watched my feet move around in my soft white lace up shoes with short bobby socks. My toes touched together then they pointed outward, then touched together again, over and over for my own entertainment. Nana and her friend, Hazel sat across the room in the smaller matching living room chairs. They shared stories, chuckled and chattered. Then after we had waited for what seemed ‘an hour’ or more, it finally happened! “Would you two girls like a

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M HOLIDAY Weekly Trout Stocking: Thorn Creek Reservoir 17 Sa CONSTITUTION DAY

cookie?'' offered Hazel with her pleasant voice. We bounced off of the couch and were directed to another room. The kitchen area had a little round table in front of two corner windows facing Hazel’s own flower garden. We sat down on small white metal curve-topped chairs, careful not to pull off the lace tablecloth which draped way down over the sides. Hazel served us hard store-bought cookies on fancy clear glass plates with scalloped edges and a glass of milk. The cookies were like Oreos, only the lemon flavored kind. While Hazel and Nana walked outside to look at the pretty flowers, I took a lofty risk. Not wanting to be caught lacking proper table manners, I quickly ate the creamy vanilla inside part of the cookies first! My sister took one small bite at a time, making them last. Nana loved rodeos. We had our own rodeo in the famous Hagerman Park. She slipped each of us kids a five dollar bill not to ride a calf. Not that we would have! Five dollars stretched a long way in those days and our older brother took it to the next level. He told her that he really was going to ride a calf! Nana slipped him a ten dollar bill to keep him off one! His trick worked and that’s the way the story goes! There were lots of bunken broncos and bulls at the Hagerman Rodeo! Back in those days we had a local newspaper called ‘The Gooding Leader’. They must have been hard up for news because… (con’t in the October issue)


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M HOLIDAY Weekly Trout Stocking: Filer Kids Pond, Filer Pond Tu City Council: 6p. City Hall Sa CONSTITUTION DAY Tu City Council: 6p. City Hall W Th ICCU Lights & Lasers: 6-10p. Idaho Central Legacy Fields F Vintage Vixens Market: 10-7 Sa Vintage Vixens Market: 10-5

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TWIN FALLS, ID – The Idaho State Board of Education’s General Education Committee and Capital Educator’s Credit Union has recognized CSI English Professor Kimberly Madsen Dill as this year’s Innovative Educator for Written Communication. Her dedication to education in Idaho has been an inspiration to others and she has received praise from her peers. Speaking about this recognition, Kimberly Madsen Dill said, “I see teaching as a semester-long work of building trust in my students that I will meet them where they are in their writing, give them tools to become better writers and better editors of their own work, and help them see themselves as writers, equipped to face future writing challenges.” Tiffany Seeley-Case, CSI Instructional Dean, added “Kimberly empowers students to appreciate the craft of writing for their entire lives. She makes education accessible and enjoyable for all students and really embodies the very best that general education instruction has to offer.” As the recipient for this reward, Madsen Dill will receive a $500 honorarium, a commemorative plaque, and a chance to share her perspective at the upcoming annual General Education Summit to be held October 5 -7 in Boise, Idaho. Congratulations Professor Kimberly Madsen Dill for receiving this state honor. Media Contact: Stephen Garcia Public Information Manager

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Hagerman Calendar Deadline September 23 for October Issue Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s 2 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center 3 Sa 4 Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv: 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a United Methodist: 10:15a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a LAST Hagerman Farmers Market 10-5. 1071 E 2900 S, Hagerman Live music, food, produce, crafts, wine-tasting, cycles, mini-horses... 5 M HOLIDAY Weekly Trout Stocking: Niagara Spgs Riley Creek Pond, Oster Lake Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church Bible Study: 6:30p. Valley Baptist 6 Tu School Open House: 5:30-6:30. Refreshments 7 W Elementary School Pictures Flu Shot Clinic: 8-10a. Senior Center Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Bliss Garden Club: 1p. ncsnancy@gmail.com for info Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ City Council: 7p. Hagerman City Hall 8 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s 9 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center 10 Sa 11 Su Calvary Chapel Service: 10a Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 10a Community of Christ SS: 10a, Serv: 11a St Catherine’s Mass: 10a United Methodist: 10:15a Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Valley Baptist Worship Service: 11a 1

12 M Weekly Trout Stocking: Riley Creek Pond, Oster Lakes, Niagara Springs Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center School Board Mtg: 6p. HS Board Rm 13 Tu P&Z: 7p. City Hall 14 W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church Bible Study: 6:30p. Valley Baptist Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ 15 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Library Board Mtg: 5:30p. Library Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s 16 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center Foot Clinic: 12:30p. Senior Center $5 17 Sa CONSTITUTION DAY Breakfast: 7-10. Senior Center. $8 Car Show: 8-6p. Hagerman City Park 18 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 19 M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center Graystone Band 20 Tu Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church Bible Study: 6:30p. Valley Baptist 21 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 22 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s 23 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center


17 24 Sa Festival of Arts: 10-6. Ritter Island 25 Su Festival of Arts: 10-5. Ritter Island 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 26 M Blood Draws: 8-10:30a. Senior Center Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Lunch & Bridge Club: Noon. Sr Center 27 Tu Prayer Mtg: 6p. Valley Baptist Church Bible Study: 6:30p. Valley Baptist 28 W Lunch: Noon. Senior Center Bible Study: 6:30p. Christian Center Bible Study: 6:45p. Calvary Chapel. Bible Study: 7p. Community of Christ 29 Th Fit Over 60: 9a. Billingsley Creek Park Mass: 6p. St. Catherine’s 30 F Lunch & Bingo: Noon. Senior Center

Foundation Business Member Sponsorship Sponsors are listed in our Event Programs, 12 issues of this Newsletter and on our 3 websites and 4 FB pages. Membership $25/12m.

Member Sponsors Cindy Douville, Silvercreek, 208-539-1888 DA Holmes Fine Woodworking 707-235-7985 Heritage Home Health, 208-410-4040 Hoot Hoot Loot, 208-320-8975 Karen A. Smith Knives & Stitchery 208-650-5969 Krafty Kathy’s, 208-733-9248 Old Sage CBD Oil 208-316-6003 One of a Kind Ceramics & Gifts, 208-430-0221 Phillip Minor The Potts Factor, 208-993-1651 Western Septic & Excavation, 208-735-5346 Keep up to date with our Events! Like & Follow @HagermanFun 2022 Hagerman Valley Foundation Events

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r so n o Sp r e lv Si Julia Torres, a Senior at Buhl High School, was selected Governor of Idaho Girls State in June. Prior to attending Girls State, Julia has been active in school athletics, academics and assists with the FHLA (Future Hispanic Leaders American ) program. As a first-generation Hispanic American citizen, Julia is proud of her country and her heritage. She feels everyone should take advantage of the American Dream. Julia says, “If you’re not the smartest or the richest person, be the hardest working person!” The Filer American Legion Auxiliary selects delegates from the Filer, Buhl and Castleford High Schools each year. This spring two delegates were sent from Buhl. In addition to Julia, Perla Espinoza was also selected. From Castleford, Hannah Gaalswyk was selected to attend. All three girls represented their communities well. What is Girls State? It is a nonpartisan program that teaches young women responsible citizenship and patriotism. Since the inception of the Girls State program by the national organization in 1937, nearly a million girls have learned first-hand how their state and local government works. High school girls who have completed their junior year spend an intensive week of study, working together as self-governing citizens at Auxiliary sponsored Girls State programs in every state. Participants learn how to get involved in the functioning of government from the local to county to state level in preparation for their future roles as responsible adult citizens.


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