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he Sun Valley signed up for the BoulNordic Festival der this year—more is back with a than 200 ahead of buzz—a buzz that last year’s race at certainly wasn’t this point. That hurt by $14,000 in race finished with prize money. 875 racers all told. This year’s This year sports by: Karen competitors in a strong field that Bossick the Feb. 5 Boulder could even include Mountain tour will Billy DeMong, the be vying for $12,000 in first U.S. athlete to earn prize money, money that was an Olympic gold in Nordic largely put up by the City of Sun combined once racers gather at Valley which acknowledged the the starting line. economic impact the race has on Boulder Mountain Director the Sun Valley area. Kevin Swigert said he hopes othSprint skiers will vie for er local business will acknowlanother $2,000 in the Nordic edge Sun Valley’s lead and find Town USA Ski Sprints Feb. 3 in ways they can get involved next downtown Ketchum. year. It could be something as Already 855 racers have simple as offering discount hotel

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packages or discounts on restaurant meals and retail goods for Nordic Festival participants. Or it could involve offering a new event that would entice skiers from out of town. “We’ve got a tremendous opportunity here with more and better trails and better facilities Everyone who comes here says ‘Wow—it’s the best skiing of my life!’ So how do we get the Midwest Dudes—thousands of them who would love to get out of Minnesota in January?” A few more serious races, coupled with clinics during the week leading up to the Boulder could entice more serious Nordic skiers to spend a week here, Swigert

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The Nordic skiing around Sun Valley got lots of good press nationally last year. Local organizers are hoping that translates into lots of visitors during the festival this year. Photo: KAREN BOSSICK/TWP

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he City of Hailey invites the public to attend an informational open house to learn about possible improvements to Woodside Boulevard. Two open houses are planned: Wednesday, Jan. 26 – Community Campus, 1050 Fox Acres Road, Hailey. [Information will focus on improvements between Fox Acres and Countryside Boulevard]; Thursday, Jan. 27 – Woodside Elementary School, 1111 Woodside Elementary Lane, Hailey [Information will focus on improvements between Countryside Boulevard and SH-75] Each open house will be an informal setting and people are welcome to attend anytime between 5:30 and 8 p.m. at either location. No formal presentations are scheduled. Project staff will be available to answer questions and receive comments. A local translator will be at the open houses for Spanish-speaking participants. Comments can be directed to Darla Christiansen (darla@langdongroupinc.com) at 250 S. Beechwood Ave., Ste. 201, Boise, Idaho 83709 or by phone at 800-252-8929. A formal comment period will continue until Feb. 12, though comments are welcome at any time. People requiring special accommodations at an open house are asked to contact Christiansen in advance. More information is available twp at www.cityofhailey.org.

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Kelsey Brennan: Out of Africa C ould there be a working at an orphanmore exciting age with a one-hour adventure in bus ride through life than getting a the city each way. chance to see and “I grew up in live in the Dark the [Wood River] Continent – AfriValley, so this ca? Just ask Wood was the first time by: JONathan River High School I had ever lived in KANE senior Kelsey Brena city. It was quite nan (currently carryan experience, but I ing a 3.97 gpa), who had think I’d rather live in a the rare opportunity to visit small town. At the orphanthe country of Ghana in western age my job was to work in the Africa for five weeks two sumnursery with the infants. Many mers ago. The trip took three were left there because their months of fundraising to put parents were too poor or they together and ended up being a had died from AIDS or malaria. life-changing experience. It was I fed them and changed diapers all put together by the Ameribut the supplies were not very can Field Services organization good and formula was always in as part of a foreign exchange short supply. While I was there program. The goal was to assist I also worked on rebuilding the and help at a local orphanage in kindergarten and taught English the city of Accra—population 3 and geography.” million. The travel time was a Unfortunately, Brennan also mere 36 hours. got sick in the first few days she “I lived there with a family of was there from street food and six and they couldn’t have been acquired a stomach parasite. nicer to me,” Brennan said. “The “They sent me a doctor at the house was one of the more modorphanage but he didn’t speak ern ones in the area and I lived English so he wasn’t that much with six other people. Seeing help. When I got sicker, they sent African houses and the experime to a private doctor and I was ence of family life was definitely able to get better with antibiotdifferent. Thankfully, they spoke ics. Pretty much I ate rice, but English, because in Ghana my hosts gave me all the luxurithere are 55 tribal languages. ous food that they could, like They had the Internet so I could pineapple. You also had to deal blog and communicate with my with the bugs because malaria parents. They also had runwas a big problem. You took a ning water, but it ran out while pill every day and I always had I was there, which was tough bug spray by my side. To say that because the heat and humidity my parents were concerned is an was really bad. It was probably understatement.” about 90 degrees at night. They Brennan added, “Being from had never seen snow and were in America made me an instant disbelief that where I came from celebrity. I went to church twice was nothing but snow. Drinking and the pastor introduced me water also came from bottles and as the daughter of Obama. He that was a commodity that could came to Ghana while I was there sometimes become scarce.” and everyone was so excited. Brennan’s days were spent Ghana is such a peaceful place

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n Jan. 19, thirteen students from 5th to 12th grade competed in the Ruy Lopez Tournament.  The Ruy Lopez is a chess opening that white plays against black and dates back to 1490, but was popularized by Ruy Lopez, a monk, in 1561. Chess Grandmasters use this opening regularly, today.  The students certainly became familiarized with all the possibilities that the Ruy Lopez offers while playing in a five-round tournament in 10-minute blitz games.  Blitz games are fast-paced chess games that produce wild positions and include radical combinations.  Four players scored 4.0 points: Adam Porth, Taylor Walton, Miles Hendrix and Nick Bruck.  Tie-breakers produced Adam Porth in first place and Taylor Walton in second place to win the trophies. The next local tournament, the Elementary School Championship, is planned for K-5th graders as a senior project for Nick Bruck on Feb. 12.  This will also include team competition to name the top chess-playing elementary school in the Wood River Valley. Chess Club is open to everyone and meets at Wood River High School after school from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays in room C214.  Please call to get more information:  450-9048 or 578-5020, ext. 2239. twp

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had Stewart and his friend Jeremy will be crooning their “Summer Song” on behalf of Greg Mortenson’s “Three Cups of Tea” schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan Friday evening. Chad, a music teacher in the Sun Valley area, and Jeremy, who still works as a television actor in his native England, will play a benefit for Mortenson’s Central Asia Institute. The Institute, founded years ago with seed money from a Sun Valley man, builds and staffs schools in Taliban country. The effort is geared at girls whose schooling has been greatly curtailed by the Taliban. The concert also features The Mystics, a Boise group that plays Golden Oldies from the ’60s. It starts at 7 p.m. in the ornate Egyptian Theatre at 700 W. Main St. in Boise. Floor tickets are $35; balcony seats are $25, available at www. egyptiantheatre.net twp

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briefs Dorworth speaks at Community Library Local speed racer Dick Dorworth, who raced extensively from 1950 through 1965, setting the world record for speed on skis in 1963, will discuss his new book, “The Perfect Turn” at 6 p.m. Thursday at The Community Library in Ketchum. Chapter One Bookstore will host a book signing for Dorworth following the free presentation.

On Tuesday, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute’s Director Eldredge Berningham will hold court at the library at 6 p.m. Bermingham oversees one of the world’s premier biological research institutes, headquartered in Panama. He will talk about how tropical ecosystems are impacted by global environmental changes.

Chinese New Year Cooking class The Sawtooth Botanical Garden is celebrating the Chinese New Year with a Chinese cooking class. Join them on Tuesday, Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m. for wine, instruction and delicious Chinese food. Yulan, a former Chinese TV reporter, local caterer and Chinese teacher, will be teaching the class. She moved from China to Idaho to attend the Uni-

versity of Idaho and has lived in Idaho since. Yulan will be teaching class participants some delicious and classic Chinese New Year dishes. The class size is limited to 15 participants, so please sign up early. For more information, including the cost of the class, or to register for the class, please call the Sawtooth Botanical Garden at 726-9358.

Hailey Elementary School Science Fair The Hailey Elementary School Science Fair, sponsored by the PTA, will be held on Thursday, Jan. 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the HES gymnasium. The public is invited to attend. Students will be on hand to answer questions about their projects during the early part of the evening. Organizers anticipate a room full of elaborate displays and exciting experiments from students age kindergarten through fifth grade, and they are compiling a list of participating students to be given out at the door to ensure that guests from the community can easily find projects entered by kids they know. Of course, there may be late entries and those projects will be heartily welcomed by the PTA. Although projects are not going to be judged this year, all students who display a project will receive an award

for participating. New to the science fair this year will be “students’ choice” awards, which will be given out to the most striking project in each grade level. Students will vote for their favorite project during the public viewing on Thursday or on Friday, when their homeroom classes have additional time to tour the exhibits. Kathy Baker, PTA Board member said she believes the number of entries in the science fair this year is in part due to the enthusiasm for science that was nurtured at Family Science Night, held at HES earlier this month. “Family Science Night was designed to feed into the science fair and that’s what we see happening. We’re glad so many kids are thinking more about science now and they’re interested in doing their own science research at home.”

Free Brown Bag Lunch Series with ICL This Wednesday, Jan. 26 from 12-1 p.m. at the Idaho Conservation League office in Ketchum, Sara Cohn will give a 2011 Legislative Session Update, including water quality monitoring What happens in the Statehouse affects us all, directly and indirectly. Yet, sometimes it is difficult to keep up with what is happening. Treat yourself to a convenient and personable update from Sara, the ICL’s

communication associate. She will be talking about what has occurred thus far, what we can anticipate, and the ICL’s priorities; namely, something important to us all—funding for water quality monitoring. Attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch with them. Cookies and fruit will be provided. For more information, contact Brett Stevenson 726-7485.

Trout Unlimited February Meeting Located in southeastern British Columbia, the Elk River and its tributaries are home to a wild and native population of Westslope cutthroat and bull trout. The river is renowned for its dry-fly fishing for big, wild, native Westslope cutthroat trout, along with the chance of catching a very large bull trout. One can explore and fish the other creeks on their own as well as hire a guide to float the Elk. The idea of this presentation is to encourage you to get out and explore on your own. British Columbia is big— there’s so much to see and discover. So pack up your rig and check it out!

Our featured speaker will be Carmen Northern, professional photographer for over 25 years, and Trout Unlimited volunteer, past state council chair for Idaho TU, currently on the national leadership council for TU, and a current board of director’s member of our Hemingway Chapter. She’s also currently a fishing guide for Silver Creek Outfitters. For more information, call 6224613. The Hemingway Chapter holds monthly free meetings and presentations at the Roosevelt Restaurant through June of each year.

Heath Shuler to Keynote Church Gala A rising star in Democratic politics will come to Idaho to quarterback the Super Bowl of Idaho Democratic politics, the Frank & Bethine Church Gala. U.S. Representative Heath Shuler (NC-11) will be the featured speaker at the 2011 Frank & Bethine Church Gala February 26 at the Boise Centre. First elected to Congress in November of 2006, Shuler has become known for his efforts to find com-

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monsense, bipartisan solutions to the challenges facing our country. He currently serves as co-chair of the Blue Dog Coalition. Prior to being elected to Congress and his work in the private sector, Shuler played football for the University of Tennessee, the Washington Redskins and New Orleans Saints. For more information, contact Heather Langhorst at 208-869-8261.

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et a taste of the pomp that will surround Prince William’s and Kate’s nuptials by: Karen Saturday and Bossick Sunday when the Caritas Chorale performs Handel’s “Four Coronation Anthems.” Director Dick Brown had planned to perform the anthems before the Royal Family broke the news of the royal wedding. But the wedding will just add to the relevance of the performance, he says. “We ended up lucky,” he said. R.L. Rowsey will give his piano-playing fingers a break as he performs a solo durA 70-voice choir and 35-piece ing the Caritas Chorale’s presentation of Handel’s “Four Coronation Anthems.” orchestra will perform George Photo: KAREN BOSSICK/TWP Frideric Handel’s festival pieces at 3:30 p.m. Saturday Chorale members Linda Menser overstayed his leave of aband Sunday at the Presbyterian and Connie Hoffman. sence, Brown said. Fortunately Church of the Big Wood at 100 Consider this: Handel layers for Handel, the next King of Saddle Road in seven vocal England—George II—was his Ketchum. The parts on top of former employer. concerts are free one another in Handel wrote the music for but donations his anthems. He the coronation in his first act as will be accepted. only used foura newly naturalized British subHandel wrote part harmony in ject. Each of the four anthems the anthems for “Messiah.” was originally a separate work, King George Handel always but they were later published II at Westminmatched his together. ster Abbey and works to the In addition to coronations, the they’ve been occasion and it’s music has been performed at used for every difficult to think royal weddings and in a variety coronation since. of any occasion of films, including “The Young “It’s baroque grander than a Victoria.” music at its most coronation. This weekend’s concerts will resplendent,” Several twists offer a rare opportunity to hear said Brown. of fate dictated Company of Fools Music Director –Dick Brown “Festive occathat he wrote R.L. Rowsey sing, as he will sing Director, Caritas Chorale sions always these for English a solo. Other soloists are Dawson brought out the coronations. Howard, Amy Staiger and Jenbest in Handel. And these pieces Born in Germany, Handel nette Tomlinson. The latter two are particularly festive.” went to England on a leave sing with Brown’s elite Anam It’s also a very difficult piece of absence from his employer. Cara choir. to sing, according to Caritas twp Unfortunately for Handel, he

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Saturday, Jan. 29 Ski the Rails, 10 a.m. at Serenade Lane and the bike path. The path will be groomed for both classic and skate skiing and all the tunnels will be covered with snow. KSKI 104.7, KECH 95.3, KYZK 107.5, The Community School, Animal Shelter of the wood River Valley and Blaine County Recreation District volunteers will man four aid stations along the 12-mile route with snacks and beverages such as muffins and hot chocolate from Perry’s to keep skiers energized. And interpretive signs set up along the way will give skiers an opportunity to reflect on the valley’s history. Beginning at 11 a.m., a shuttle will take skiers from Myrtle Street to the Sun Valley Brewery where there will be dining and shopping specials, including beer specials and commemorative Ski the Rails Jytte hats. Up a Creek will start playing bluegrass-flavored music at noon. Shuttle buses will take skiers and dogs on leashes from the Sun Valley Brewery to Ketchum beginning at 9:30 a.m. The last bus north departs the Brewery at 2:45 p.m. The shuttle, returning skiers from the Brewery to Ketchum, will leave the Brewery at about noon, 1:10 and 2:45 p.m. It will travel south to Myrtle Street, then north on Buttercup Road to Ketchum. Skiers may jump onto the tour at any place along the bike path. For information, call the BCRD at 578-BCRD or visit www.bcrd.org Sun Valley Snowshoe Challenge, noon—This afternoon of snowshoeing includes 5K and 10K West Region Qualifier races for the USSSA 2011 National Championships on groomed Nordic track, packed single track and cross country at the Sun Valley Nordic Center’s White Cloud Trails. For more information, go to www.sunvalleyrunning.com A Kids Kilo Fun Race coordinated by the Wood River Community YMCA will be held for kids under 12. Register at www.woodriverymca.org or 208-727-9622. 15th Annual Galena and Trails Winter Benefit, 5:30 p.m. (see related article in today’s Weekly Paper)

Sunday, Jan. 30 Galena Loppett, 10 a.m. This fun, funky ski around the perimeter of Galena’ trails begins with the shooting of the rubber chicken at Galena Lodge, 24 miles north of Ketchum. The lodge will supply a doughnut and beer stop half-way around the 20-kilometer course. Costumes are encouraged. Call 208-726-4010 for more information.

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nine-day trail pass good for more than 200 kilometers of groomed cross-country ski trails managed by the Blaine County Recreation District and the Sun Valley Nordic Center. The passes, good for Jan 29 through Feb. 6, can be purchased at Sun Valley Nordic Center, Galena Lodge, Sawtooth National Recreation Area headquarters, Backwoods Mountain Sports, Sturtevant’s in Hailey and The Elephant’s Perch. twp

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Nordic skiers are encouraged to spend the day skiing the Alturas Lake Ski Trail, which winds 16 kilometers along Alturas Lake Creek to Alturas Lake with spectacular views of the Sawtooth Mountains at every turn.

The trail is located 37 miles north of Ketchum on Highway 75.

lena and North Valley Trails Winter Benefit.

Smiley Creek Lodge will hold an après ski buffet between 4 and 7 p.m. featuring pear hazelnut salad, Zupfu braided bread, Alpineair beef stew, spaetzle and chicken with cherry port sauce, Spitzbuben cookies and Kirschtorte. Cost: $16 per person.

Nordic Night of Music, 5 p.m.— The Ketchum Nordic Night of Music featuring Pimps of Joytime, Snowshoe Dance Competition, and Nordic Town USA Ski Sprints gets under way at 4th Street and 2nd Avenue across from the Ketchum Post Office.

Ski talk, 7 p.m.—Sun Valley’s head Nordic Coach Rick Kapala will make a free presentation on the evolution of Modern Cross Country Ski Technique from the days of wooden skis to the high-velocity dynamic sport it is today at 7 p.m. at the Community School Theatre on Dollar Road in Sun Valley. Kapala will use old-time video clips and modern footage to illustrate what is the biggest evolution in any endurance sport.

Tuesday, Feb. 1 Lunchtime Ski Clinics, noon—This hour-long skate ski clinic will be held at the Sawtooth National Recreation Area headquarters seven miles north of Ketchum on Highway 75. Clinics are designed for advanced beginners and beyond. Cost: $20 per person. Call 208-726-4010 for more information. Galena Lodge will hold a Twilight Ski and Dinner with skiing from 5 to 6:15 p.m. and dinner from 6 to 8 p.m. The ala carte menu will feature Idaho lamb stew, veggie stew, soups, lasagna, salads and more. A Backcountry Film Festival at 7 p.m. at the Liberty Theatre in Hailey will feature the work of grassroots filmmakers telling entertaining stories of backcountry, non-motorized recreation and environmental preservation.

Wednesday, Feb. 2 Guided snowshoe trek, 11 a.m.— Snowshoe Guide Kandis Larson will lead a free Wildlife Snowshoe Walks on the trails around Galena Lodge. The walk lasts about 1.5 hours. All Ages and abilities are welcome. Snowshoes can be rented at the lodge. Hall of Fame induction, 4 p.m.— Several alpine and Nordic athletes from the Sun Valley area will be inducted into the brand new Sun Valley Ski Hall of Fame at 4 p.m. at the Ski Museum in Ketchum’s Forest Service Park, First and Washington streets. Alpine nominees are Chuck Ferries, Bill Janss, Christin Cooper, Bobby Burns and Nelson Bennett. Nordic nominees are Rob Kiesel, Kevin Swigert, Leif Odmark and Phil Puchner. Refreshments will be served. Ski talk, 6 p.m.— Peter Ashley will talk about his experiences as a ski racer, coach of the U.S. ski Team and vice president of the Nordic Division of Fischer Skis during a free presentation at The Community Library on Spruce Avenue in Ketchum.

Thursday, Feb. 3 Guided snowshoe trek, 11 a.m.— Winter Ranger Susan Kranz will lead a free snowshoe tour on the trails around Galena Lodge. The tour lasts 1.5 hours and is open to all ages and abilities. Snowshoes can be rented at the lodge. Skate ski clinics, noon—Galena Lodge Nordic Ski School instructors will hold a skate ski clinic from noon to 1 p.m. at the SNRA. Cost is $20 per person. Party at Perry’s, 5-8 p.m.—That is, chow down on Perry’s roasted chicken breast, home-style meatloaf, wild Alaskan salmon or baby back ribs. Ten percent of sales will go to the Ga-

The giant block party will feature sprinters going head to head in a circular track in quest of $2,000 in prize money (submit two-person team to heidiwat@cox.net by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2 Entry fee is $30 per team payable at the race.) Galena Lodge will serve chili and beverages. The Elephant’s Perch and Backwoods Mountain Sports will have snowshoes for the Snowshoe Dance Competition. And the Brooklyn-based Pimps of Joytime, who played at Sun Valley’s Rhythm and Ride Bike Festival last summer, will serve up dance grooves with a blend of afrobeat, salsa, rock and roll and electronic.

Friday, Feb. 4 Skiers are invited to ski the Park Creek Nordic Ski Area nine miles west of Stanley, then meet up at the Sawtooth Hotel in Stanley for an après-ski party. SWIX Boulder Mountain Tour Pre-Race Expo, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.— At the Wood River YMCA at the corner of Warm Springs and Saddle roads in Ketchum. Snowshoe Adventure—The Idaho Conservation League will lead a Snowshoe Adventure up Titus Ridge for a panoramic view of the Boulder, Pioneer, White Cloud, Sawtooth and Smoky mountain ranges. Call 208726-7485 for more information. Best of Banff Film Festival, 6:30 p.m.—This film festival, at the nexStage Theatre at 120 S. Main St. in Ketchum, will feature 14 different films shown over two nights. This year’s films include “A Life Ascending,” which features Canadian ski mountaineering guide Ruedi Beglinger; “Crossing the Ditch,” the story of two young Australians who kayak the Tasman Sea from Australia to New Zealand amidst massive storms, strong currents and towering waves; and “Eastern Rises,” a humorous cultural film on fly-fishing in Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, which may be Bigfoot’s home. Tickets are $12 in advance, available at Backwoods Mountain Sports, The Elephant’s Perch and Chapter One Bookstore. They’re $15 at the door. Proceeds from the event will support the Friends of the Sawtooth National Forest Avalanche Center and the Satipo Kids Project, which funds school-age children in Peru to attend school.

Saturday, Feb. 5 36th SWIX Boulder Mountain Tour, 10 a.m.—One of the largest cross-country ski races in the country, this starts at Galena Lodge, with as many as a thousand racers racing 32 kilometers along the Harriman Trail paralleling Highway 75 to SNRA headquarters. Best of Banff Film Festival, 6:30 p.m.—At the nexStage Theatre in Ketchum.

Sunday, Feb. 6 SWIX Boulder Mountain Tour Demo, 10 a.m. through afternoon— This will offer skiers the chance to try next year’s gear free or charge and get tips from top athletes on training and racing. The demo will be held at the Sun Valley Nordic Center.


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Wednesday 1.26.11

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usinessman and Casser’s previous expeentrepreneur rience—has been part Conrad Cassof his challenge. He er has a tiger by came to the Wood the tail, one that River Valley in he hopes to have 1974, interested in tamed by this time mountain managenext year. The ment. Early on, by: JIMA tiger is Carbonic however, he hooked Rice, Ph.D. Heat, a Korean up with Smith manufacturing comGoggles, then in its pany that has patented start-up phase, and and applied a unique method soon found himself of heating homes that is widely helping to grow the used in Korea. Casser bought the business. Life was company in 2007 with plans to full. Casser taught bring Carbonic Heat to untapped tennis in the morning, worked at markets worldwide, starting Smith in the afternoon, and was with the U.S. a Charthouse waiter at night. “I started out as a passive Casser took on the role of investor,� says Casser, “but then Smith’s general manager for a I realized the company wasn’t decade followed by 14 years as going to grow as I envisioned North America’s general manand I had to either walk away or ager for Carrera Sports Eyeget more involved.� Casser chose wear. While at Carrera, he was deeper involvement and has had introduced to Swiss-made Masai two challenging years, but he’s (MBT) Footwear, a unique type confident now that he’s got a of shoe that creates natural insuccessful product that will be stability underfoot with positive worth the effort. effects on the body’s balance and Carbonic Heat manufactures overall physiology. He thought an electric floor heating system the shoes were comfortable, but that consists of a flat, smooth, it was doctors, fitness professionpaper-thin sheet that is applied als, and chiropractors to whom across a structure’s subfloor. he showed the shoe that alerted The sheet, running off 120v or him to its health potential. He 240v, radiates heat through any bought a supply to help MBT kind of flooring material: tile, introduce its product to the U.S., wood, stone, and some kinds of and four years later was working carpeting. Radiant heat, rather in Hailey with 25 employees at than warming the air, warms MBT’s North American headthe inhabitants and the objects quarters, selling and shipping in a room. The method allows product around the country. “My thermostats to be reduced as greatest pride with that prodmuch as 20 degrees, according to uct was that it helped so many Casser. Additionally, the entire people,� says Casser. sheet radiates warmth, providCasser sold out of MBT in ing uniform heat distribution 2007 and was ready to retire over a floor’s surface. when Carbonic Heat showed up, Working with this technolintroduced to him by a friend ogy—a distinct departure from impressed with the product. “He

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was right,� he says. The product was “unique, leading edge, and had good margins and a huge potential market.� So he invested and the story unfolded from there. As Casser puts it, “I’m good at taking someone else’s product and making a business out of it, putting together the nuts and bolts of marketing, finance, distribution—the strategic plan—and making it happen.� How does he handle the challenge of learning a new technology, Korean production, and growing pains? “You just go there,� Casser states, “and there are some soul-searching times. But being able to slog along with something and then come out the other side is very satisfying.� Casser says he just puts one foot in front of the other each day and works long hours. But “every

Between ski runs at River Run, Conrad Casser shows off his new business, Carbonic Heat, a radiant floor heating system contained in a sheet of material that is thinner than a CD. Photo: JIMA RICE/TWP

day is interesting,� he says with a light in his eye, “like working on a puzzle, putting pieces together. It’s never rote, never predictable.� What’s his next step after Carbonic Heat? Casser takes a deep breath and smiles. “When Carbonic Heat is reliably up and running, I’ll be spending a lot more time with my family.� twp Jima Rice holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University, and is president of Jigsaw, Inc., a local 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports entrepreneurs, small businesses, and a sustainable economy in the Wood River Valley. To recieve Jigsaw’s free weekly e-letter, please contact Jima at jimasv@cox.net

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Film Fest Tuesday By KAREN BOSSICK

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ave a look at a “Whitebark Warrior� and a ski adventure along a “Desert River,� which will be among three films shown at the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival at The Liberty Theatre Tuesday night. Winter Wildlands Alliance is partnering with Idaho Conservation League’s Ketchum office to showcase the films during the Second Annual Sun Valley Nordic Festival, a nine-day event that begins on Saturday. “We thought it would be fun to have something in Hailey during the festival,� said Brett Stevenson of the ICL. The first film will be Best of Festival Teton Gravity Research’s “Deeper,� which follows snowboarder Jeremy Jones and other riders as they venture deep into untouched terrain without the aid of helicopters, snowmobiles or lifts. The second is “Desert River,� featuring a ski adventure in Alaska filmed by Sweetgrass Productions. The last is “Whitebark Warrior,� which chronicles the decline of thousand-year-old whitebark pines due to climate change and the efforts that are underway to save the iconic high alpine trees. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the films begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 and there will be a raffle and Big Sky beer, with proceeds going to Winter Wildlands Alliance’s efforts to preserve and conserve winter landscapes for quiet uses. The festival, which premiered in Boise, is traveling to more than 30 communities in the United States from Alaska to twp New Hampshire.

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he new Jim Carrey-starring vehicle I Love You, Phillip Morris is a tough flick to describe. Ostensibly the true story of a maniacal con man, it’s hard to pin down whether it’s a comedy, a farce or an over-the-top gay love story. Perhaps it’s all three, but somewhere the film falls short and manages to never really find its footing. It’s also tough to figure out just who the target audience is for this film. Carrey fans might be amused to see their favorite star in his most

outrageous turn since have ever seen. Moving The Cable Guy. But to South Beach, he they might also be begins a series of a slight bit turned crazy schemes and off by the gratucons that eventuitous and explicit ally send him to gay love scenes. the pen for the first As well, those of four trips. by: JONathan hoping to see a con There he meets KANE man tale as good as the love of his life, Catch Me If You Can Phillip Morris, and will also find the film with his con man’s mind, lacking. eventually get both out of The movie, a true story, was prison. Morris is played beautiwritten and directed by Glen fully by Ewan McGregor, who Ficarra and John Requa, who is the highlight of the movie. gave us the sublime holiday clasHis performance is terrific and sic, Bad Santa. Based on that extremely grounded compared work, some expectations could to Carrey’s wild performance. be high. It is the story of Steven Eventually, the cons catch up Russell, now serving 144 years with Russell, seriously amazing in a federal penitentiary, and it the naive Morris, and his days begins as the God-loving happy as a lawyer, CEO, and prison family man escapes a near-death guard are over. An interesting experience after a gay encounter, true story, but it will be up to only to declare himself to be you as to whether or not you find homosexual—as flamboyant and it to be an interesting movie. cliché a gay man as the movies twp

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This week’s Horoscopes: Retrograde Saturn deals pop quizzes Saturn goes retrograde in Libra on Wednesday, Jan. 26. The planet of life lessons will deal pop quizzes in the area of relationships. Those closest to us will find new ways of pushing our buttons, and we may do the same without even realizing it. If conflict arises out of this irritation, at least it won’t be the same old argument. And the new conclusions that come out of it will make relationships closer in the future. ARIES (March 21-April 19). You will have a situation in which you’re not sure whether or not you really need help. Reach out anyway. Everyone will be better off for it. You have friends who will accommodate you at the drop of a hat. You do not usually call on them to do this, and that is one of the reasons why they are eager to help whenever you ask. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). To attach the appropriate significance to events is a skill. Leave your ego out of the decision and you’ll do great. For instance, if you don’t make the sale, it doesn’t mean you’re no good at sales. It just means it didn’t go your way this time. Shrug it off and try again. A wonderful reward comes Wednesday evening. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Stick with the schedule and with habits that have been working for you. If you forgo your usual routine, you can still show up on time where you need to be, but you’ll be less awake and aware of what’s going on around you. In order to be at your best this week, you’ll need to pay extra attention to your mental and physical states.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). It will be difficult to get the attention, let alone the affection, of overly pressured and busy people. Their minds are crammed full, and there isn’t sufficient room in there for you. You will capture the imagination of someone whose life has enough leisure and ease to allow for a strong focus on you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’ll be playing a big game this week. When you feel overwhelmed by the pressures of a situation, bring yourself back. Notice more details of your environment than you normally would. Get present and connect with people. You can’t influence anyone if you’re not completely in the room. Stay in the game. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Though you know some people who are lucky when it comes to money, you usually have to make your own financial luck through long hours and sweat. This week is different. There will be a turn of events that makes you feel undeniably fortunate. Make the most of the bonus. It’s about time. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You try to live your life in accordance with certain axioms, but some aren’t making as much sense to you now as they once did. You could change the rules this week or give them a twist. For instance, instead of treating others how you want to be treated, treat them how they want to be treated. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You are a student of human nature, and your studies will teach you something interesting this week. People typically care more about how you treat yourself than about how you treat them. You’ll take excellent care of yourself this week, and you will gain respect and love in the process. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You would consider it foolish to criticize or take a jab at the boss. However, when

it’s your turn to be in charge, you may learn that others don’t share your values and wisdom. You may catch heat from an underling. Nip it in the bud. Don’t feed the hand that bites you! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). This is no time to be meek, modest and small. If you are somewhat deserving and mostly qualified to have the thing you want, ask for it. If you don’t get it, demand it. There is a high probability it will work. And if it doesn’t, at least you’ll gain self-respect, and next time it will be easier for you to ask. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You are not naturally inclined to boast or draw too much attention to yourself. However, if you’re going to get anywhere with your project this week, you will need to talk about what you’ve done. Practice and experiment until you find the perfect words and tone to frame your outstanding accomplishments. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your personal rituals will grease the wheels of production. Because this week is filled with distractions and fast changes, you could opt out of certain parts of your routine. Letting too many of your good habits slide at once will knock you off balance. Stick with the behaviors that have helped you get this far. THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAYS: You’ll celebrate with those who have known you for ages and who grow even more enamored with you each year. You’ll hear words to cherish for a lifetime in February. You will be promoted because of your diplomatic dealings at work in March. There’s a financial breakthrough in June, and you will have the funding to do something you’ve always wanted to do. Be someone’s hero in April by just being yourself. The romantic getaway you take in August will turn into a time-honored twp tradition.

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wednesday, 1.26.11

Fit and Fall Class - 10 to 11 a.m. at the Senior Connection in Hailey. 788-3468. **TFN**

Story Time at the Hailey Public Library for 3-5 years. 10:30 a.m., with parent supervision/participation. **TFN** Hailey Kiwanis Club meets at 11 a.m. at the BC Senior Connection, 721 S. 3rd Ave, across from the Armory. **TFN** eIdaho Conservation League Brown Bag Lunch Series w/Sara Cohn (Legislative update and water quality monitoring) - 12 to 1 p.m. at ICL, Ketchum. Info: Brett, 726-7485. Gentle Yoga with Katherine Pleasants - 12:15-1:15 p.m. - YMCA in Ketchum. 727-9600. **TFN** eMike Murphy, comedian, performs - 6 p.m. at the Boiler Room in Sun Valley. Info: 622-2148. **04** SPaul Tillotson Trio performs - 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. followed by the Joe Fos Trio from 9 p.m. to close, in Sun Valley’s Duchin Lounge. 622-2145. **13** Theraputic Low Back Class - 5 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday taught by Katherine Pleasants. Register: 727-9600. **TFN** SBrooks Hartell on Piano - 5 to 7 p.m. at the Inn Lobby Lounge, Sun Valley. **07** Toastmaster Meeting - 6 p.m. Newcomers welcome. Call for location 726-9316. **TFN** eKetchum Community Dinners - 6 to 7 p.m. at the Church of the Big Wood . New this year: take-out food service. Anyone can stop by for takeout meals for themselves or a friend. If you need a meal, or know someone who does, come down and pick up a meal or dine at the church. Info: Beth, 622-3510 **21** Duplicate Bridge for all skill levels - 7 p.m., in the basement of Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church in Ketchum. Call 726-5997 for info. **TFN**

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Movie and Popcorn - 1 p.m. at the Senior Connection in Hailey. **TFN** Duplicate Bridge for all skill levels - 3 p.m., in the basement of Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church in Ketchum. Call 726-5997 for info. **TFN** Preschool Clay and Beginners French - 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. every Thursday at Bella Cosa Studio in Bellevue. Info: 721-8045. **TFN** SPaul Tillotson Trio performs - 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. followed by the Joe Fos Trio from 9 p.m. to close, in Sun Valley’s Duchin Lounge. 622-2145. **13** SBrooks Hartell on Piano - 5 to 7 p.m. at the Inn Lobby Lounge, Sun Valley. **07** Grand Opening of Jeffrey R. Roth DMD at their new location, 408 S. Main in Hailey - 5 to 7 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m. **04** Edible Bird Houses - Colleen Pace, owner of For the Birds!, will be guiding twenty participants through the art of Edible Birdhouse Design 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Botanical Garden. Info: 726-9358. **04** eSouper Supper (free meal to those in need) - 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the St. Charles Parish Hall in Hailey. **TFN** ePizza & Politics hosted by Blaine County Democrats (meet Rep. Wendy Jaquet and Donna Pence and Sen. Michelle Stennett) - 5:30 p.m., at the Roosevelt in Ketchum. Info: 720-4347. **04**

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Elementary Science Fair, open to the public - 6 to 8 p.m. at the HES Gymnasium. Info: 788-3034. **04**

SThe Fabulous Vaurnettes perform

- 6 p.m. at the Boiler Room in Sun Valley. Info: 622-2148. **04** eDick Dorworth and the Perfect Turn - Dorworth will talk about his novel THE PERFECT TURN. 6 p.m. at the Community Library. Info: 7263493. **04** Ladies Night at Bella Cosa Studio in Bellevue. Every Thursday after 6 p.m. Info: 721-8045. **TFN** Survivors of Sexual Abuse open meeting - 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Advocates house. Babysitter available. Info: 7884191 or 720-7160. **TFN**

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AToddler Tales at the Hailey Public SBrooks Hartell on Piano - 5 to 7 Library for 18-36 months. 10:30 a.m. with parent. **TFN** Therapeutic Yoga for the back with Katherine Pleasants - 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. - YMCA in Ketchum. 727-9622. **TFN***

Kids Clay - 3:30 to 5 p.m., every Friday at Bella Cosa Studio in Bellevue. Info: 721-8045. **TFN** SPaul Tillotson Trio performs - 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. followed by the Joe Fos Trio from 9 p.m. to close, in Sun Valley’s Duchin Lounge. 622-2145. **13** SBrooks Hartell on Piano - 5 to 7 p.m. at the Inn Lobby Lounge, Sun Valley. **07** Winter Comedy Series presents Tracy Smith & Conor Kellicut - 6 p.m. at the Boiler Room, Sun Valley. Info: 6222148. **04** Pots & Pizza Party - 7 to 10 p.m. at Boulder Mountain Clayworks. Space is limited, register now. 726-4484 or www.BoulderMtnClay.com **04** SAll-Nite Diner - 8 p.m. at the Sun Valley Brewery, Hailey. **04** SThe Quick and Easy Boys - 9 p.m. at Whiskey Jacques, Ketchum. **04** Winter Comedy Series presents Tracy Smith & Conor Kellicut - 6 p.m. at the Boiler Room, Sun Valley. Info: 6222148. **04**

saturday, 1.29.11

Sun Valley Nordic Festival is on: www.SVNordicFestival.com **04** ePastries & Politics hosted by Blaine County Democrats (meet Rep. Wendy Jaquet and Donna Pence and Sen. Michelle Stennett) - 8 a.m., at the Oak Street Cafe in Bellevue. Info: 7204347. **04** Sun Valley Snowshoe Challenge - 9 a.m. at the Sun Valley Nordic Center. There are three race distances: the Kid Kilo, 5K, and 10K. Register online at www.imathlete.com. **04** SSki The Rails Aprés Ski Party with live music by Up a Creek - 12 to 3 p.m. at the Sun Valley Brewery, Hailey. **04** Special Historical Snowshoe Tours at the Sun Valley Nordic Center 1 - 3 p.m.. Call 622-2250 for reservations. Private

p.m. at the Inn Lobby Lounge, Sun Valley. **07** Winter Comedy Series presents Tracy Smith & Conor Kellicut - 6 p.m. at the Boiler Room, Sun Valley. Info: 6222148. **04** SDJ Cut La Whut at Whiskey Jacques in Ketchum. 9 p.m. **04** SDJ McClain at McClain’s Pizzeria in Hailey, 10 p.m. No Cover. **TFN**

sunday, 1.30.11

Sun Valley Nordic Festival is on: www.SVNordicFestival.com **04** SLeana Leach Trio performs during Sunday Brunch - 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lodge Dining Room, Sun Valley. **TFN**

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tra rehearsal – 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the new music room at the Wood River High School. Info: 726-4870. **TFN** SHailey Words & Music - 5:30 p.m. at McClain’s Pizza in Hailey. Open Mic & Open Jam. **04** Kundalini Yoga Class - 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. - 416 Main St. Suite 101 in Hailey - Call 721-7478 for info. **TFN** SThe Leana Leach Trio performs - 8:30 p.m. to close, in Sun Valley’s Duchin Lounge. 622-2145. **13** SFox Street Allstars - 9 p.m. at Whiskey Jacques, Ketchum. **04**

monday, 1.31.11

Sun Valley Nordic Festival is on: www.SVNordicFestival.com **04** Massage Therapy - 9 a.m. to Noon at The Senior Connection in Hailey. 7883468. **TFN** Fit and Fall Class - 10 to 11 a.m. at the Senior Connection in Hailey. 788-3468. **TFN**

Laughter Yoga with Carrie Mellen at All Things Sacred (upstairs at the Galleria). Mondays 12:15 to 1 p.m. Come, play, and laugh. **TFN** Gentle Yoga with Katherine Pleasants 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. - YMCA in Ketchum. 727-9600. **TFN** Blaine County Teen Advisory Council II - 3:30 to 5:15 p.m. at the Wood River

Middle School Library. **TFN** SBrooks Hartell on Piano - 5 to 7 p.m. at the Inn Lobby Lounge, Sun Valley. **07** eSouper Supper (meal to those in need) - 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the St. Charles Parish Hall in Hailey. **TFN** Duplicate Bridge, 7 p.m., at the Senior Connection. **TFN**

tuesday, 2.1.11

Sun Valley Nordic Festival is on: www.SVNordicFestival.com **04** Foot Clinic - 9 a.m. at the Senior Connection. Info: 788-3468 **TFN** Crochet & Knitters Anonymous 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. - at the Senior Connection. Info: 788-3468 **TFN** AChildren’s Library Science time, 11 a.m. at the Children’s Library of the Community Library in Ketchum **TFN**. AYMCA Mommy Yoga - ages infant to walking. 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Info: 727-9622. **TFN** BINGO after lunch, 1 to 2 p.m. at the Senior Connection. 788-3468. **TFN** SPaul Tillotson Trio performs - 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. followed by the Joe Fos Trio from 9 p.m. to close, in Sun Valley’s Duchin Lounge. 622-2145. **13** SBrooks Hartell on Piano - 5 to 7 p.m. at the Inn Lobby Lounge, Sun Valley. **07** eTrout Unlimited, Hemingway Chapter - 5 to 7 p.m. at the Roosevelt Restaurant in Ketchum. Info: 6224613. **04** Free acupuncture clinic for veterans, military and their families - Cody Acupuncture Clinic 12 E. Walnut in Hailey - 6:30 to 8 p.m. 720-7530 **TFN** Kundalini Yoga Class with HansMukh 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. 416 Main Street Suite 101 in Hailey. Info: 721-7478 **TFN** Backcountry Film Festival - 7 p.m. at the Liberty Theater. Film Festival promotes the work of grassroots filmmakers who tell compelling stories of backcountry, non-motorized recreation and environmental preservation. Info: www.idahoconservation.org. **04** Blaine County Teen Advisory Council - 7 to 8 p.m. at The HUB, Community Campus, Hailey. **TFN** twp

thursday, 1.27.11 eFree Snowshoe with a Ranger - 11 friday, 1.28.11

a.m. at the Galena Lodge. Join SNRA naturalist Susan Kranz to learn about the cultural and natural history of the Wood River Valley and Galena areas. Snowshoe rentals available Info: 7264010. **08** The Healing Arts: Creativity as a Tool for Health and Wisdom - Explore this unique method of unlocking and accessing healing through the creative arts. 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. at the St. Luke’s Baldy Conference Room. **04**

Table Tennis - 9 a.m. - The Senior Connection in Hailey. **TFN** Fit and Fall Class - 10 to 11 a.m. at the Senior Connection in Hailey. 788-3468.

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briefs Edible birdhouses

The Sawtooth Botanical Garden invites you to join them for an Edible Birdhouse Class. On Thursday, January 27, at 5:30 p.m., Colleen Pace, owner of For the Birds!, will be teaching a class on edible birdhouse design. Bring home a gorgeous birdhouse for your feathered friends to enjoy! You will not only improve bird sightings in your backyard, but you will also have fun making a unique piece of garden art. This class is open to adults and families. Colleen is generously donating a percentage of the proceeds to the Sawtooth Botanical Garden. This class is limited to 20 participants, so please sign up early. The class is $30, which includes materials. Please call 726-9358 for more information or to register for the class. The Sawtooth Botanical Garden is a community resource showcasing native and cultivated plants that flourish at high altitude. The Garden connects people to the region’s unique beauty and fosters environmental stewardship through education, events, displays and plant collections.

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Get Healthy, Get Fit! Find out how in this week’s Second Annual Health & Fitness Section

The Sun Valley Adaptive Sports (SVAS) board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Erin Rheinschild as executive director. Raised in La Canada, Calif., and a graduate of UCLA, Erin has spent most of her adult life in the Erin Rheinschild Wood River Valley. After retiring as a United Airlines captain, Erin moved to Ketchum fulltime to raise her three children. As a SVAS board member, Erin has been actively involved in creating goals to better serve the local community by enhancing the awareness of the efficacy of SVAS’s programs. SVAS will be welcoming wounded veterans into the Valley for one of its annual Higher Ground snow sports events, Feb. 6 –11.

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briefs Storytelling, collage

Create a unique art piece that means something special to you in a mixed-media workshop offered by the Sun Valley Center for the Arts on February 10 and 11. Inspired by The Center’s current multidisciplinary project, Creatures: From Bigfoot to the Yeti Crab, this two-day workshop will explore ideas of transformational storytelling and personal myth. Students will combine collage, drawing materials, gesso, paint, transfers and found objects to transform an old photograph into a work of art where the subject is part human and part animal. Topics to be discussed include selection of materials, choice of adhesives and creative ways to attach found objects. The class will include demonstrations and lots of hands-on time and personal attention. Storytelling through Collage will meet at The Center’s Hailey classroom on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 10-11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The fee is $150 for Sun Valley Center for the Arts members and $200 for nonmembers. To register, visit www.sunvalleycenter.org, stop by The Center in Ketchum or call 208-726-9491, ext 10. Registration deadline is Thursday, Jan. 27. Thanks to generous donors, The Center is committed to making classes available to all members of the community regardless of their ability to pay. Please contact Sarah Kolash at 208-726-9491, ext. 21 for details about scholarships and teaching assistantships. Applications are due by the registration deadline.

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Region 5 Infant Toddler Program

Grand Opening at Roth’s new location

The business community and public are cordially invited to a grand opening of Jeffrey R. Roth, DMD, office at their new address at 408 S. Main St., Ste. 1, in Hailey, on Jan. 27. Please stop by between 5 and 7 p.m. and enjoy wine and great refreshments and tour the new office. A ribbon-cutting by Hailey City Mayor Rick Davis will take place at 5:30 p.m. For more information, please call 7887766.

Your child’s healthy development is our priority

Come see us on “Healthy Futures” Day January 27 • 10 am – 2 pm St. Charles Catholic Church, 311 S 1st Ave, Hailey

The following skill areas will be assessed for children birth to 3 years: Speech / Language skills • Walking skills Play skills • Motor skills • Social-emotional skills

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Windy City Arts relocates

Owners, Troy and Linda Larsen of Windy City Arts, Inc. (WCA), are pleased to announce the move of their business to Hailey. The new address is 141 Citation Way, Suite 1, and is off Airport Way. WCA is a complete graphic design and custom sign company. They specialize in metal and wood lettering, vehicle graphics, large format printing, over-the-road banners, banners, stickers and labels and all your graphic needs. Specializing in graphic design is WCA’s Tyler Vanden Heuvel, creating logos, illustrations and graphic art. WCA has been owned by the Larsen’s since February of 04’. They have been in Bellevue for six years and would like to thank the City of Bellevue and Bob and Debbie Commons, of Sun Valley Bronze, who provided them a great office space and an environment that allowed them to grow and thrive. The goal of WCA is to provide quality products and great customer service with quick turnaround times. Moving to a more centrally located office in the Valley, they hope to better serve their customer’s needs. You can contact them at 788-7446 or windycity@cox-internet.com.

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Does snuggling save energy?

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es! From a biological perspective, we actually call this huddling. There are several key factors affecting how quickly animals, including humans, lose energy to the air. One is our boundary layer— the thickness and texture of our fur, feathers—or down coat. Another key is the gradient between your internal temperature and the surrounding air temperature. If you are a chickadee and your internal temperature is 105°F. and the air temperature is -20°F., you are on the equivalent of a black diamond ski slope; on this steep gradient, energy exits quickly. The reason huddling works is that it addresses the last key variable—surface area. The more surface area you have exposed to the air, the more

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Take your Nordic skiing to the next level with ski lessons beginning Jan. 31 at the Blaine County Recreation District’s Quigley Nordic Winter Park conveniently located just minutes from downtown Hailey. Learn to skate ski or improve your skills, or join the BCRD coaches in a women’s-only skate or classic group. Classes are offered weekly and private lessons are also available for classic or skate technique. A professional lesson can make all the difference in learning the skills you need to become a happier, more efficient skier. You will have a great time being taught by the BCRD’s topnotch instructors. For more information call Janelle at the Blaine County Recreation District, 578-BCRD, or go to bcrd.org to download a registration form.

area giving up energy to the air. Picture an orange: w—hen it is intact, the surface of the peel is the only exposed surface area. Imagine cutting the orange in half, however, and you expose a brand-new surface to the air, in addition to the previous area of the peel. When you huddle, you minimize your surface area by, in effect, bringing back together the halves of the orange. Many small mammals rely upon huddling to survive the winter. The scientific evidence is there. So, make like a mouse, grab your favorite friend, and snuggle up! Your checkbook will thank you when the next energy bill arrives. Got a question or want to draft your own ERCbeat? Contact the ERC at ERCbeat@ercsv.org or 208-726-4333. twp

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Region 5 Infant Toddler Program El desarrollo saludable de su niño es nuestra prioridad

Venga a vernos el día de “Futuros Saludables”

Enero 27, 2011 • 10 am – 2 pm Iglesia Católica San Charles, 311 S 1st Ave, Hailey

Las siguientes destrezas serán evaluadas para niños desde el nacimiento hasta los 3 años:

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Sun Valley Summer Symphony brings back screen “On Pops Night T I tried to ask a closer people to come look into the Pahe LED screen in Los Angeles. “He’s will be back for charismatic, he’s very the upcoming social and he loves Sun Valley SumSun Valley.” mer Symphony, The chamber which runs July music series will 24 through Aug. expand to four 16. concerts this year, by: Karen And the symdebuting July 24 Bossick phony and Sun and continuing with Valley Resort will performances on July provide a permanent 26, 28 and 29. infrastructure to mount it on It has been renamed the the southeast corner of the PaEdgar M. Bronfman “In Focus vilion lawn where it was located Series” to spotlight its new mislast year. sion of going inside the music Symphony President Brittain and learning more about a spePalmedo said the addition of the cific musical theme. screen will offer the symphony • This year’s chamber series the opportunity to offer its free has been themed “Viva La concerts to even larger audiFrance” and will feature French ences. classical music. A talk and musiExecutive Director Jennifer cal demonstration will precede Teisinger said the symphony each concert at 5:30 p.m. The has not yet decided whether to concert will follow at 6:30 p.m. purchase a screen or lease it. “This is the fifth year for “But we couldn’t not bring it Alasdair’s talks at the library back after seeing how much the and people are still so interested audience enjoyed the lawn expein what he has to say,” said Teisrience,” she said. “On Pops Night inger.” We’re responding to this I tried to ask people to come into community’s innate intellectualthe Pavilion out of the rain and ism with this—people can come no one would move because they to one or the other or both.” wanted to watch the concert on As always, the Chamber series the screen.” will feature a string quartet. But The symphony is starting an this year, the Chamber series artist-in-residence program and will also include other orchestra changing the format of its chammembers, Teisinger added. ber series this year. • Pop’s Night will showcase • French-born pianist JeanAmerica’s greatest hits from Yves Thibaudet will return for John Denver to The Beach Boys his fourth year this year to open to the Mamas and Papas under the symphony season. He will the direction of guests pops spend a week in Sun Valley, perconductor Michael Krajewski, forming with the chamber series, principal pops conductor of the touching base with symphony Houston, Jacksonville and Atdonors and working with music lanta symphony orchestras. The students. program titled “America’s Juke“He’s such a Sun Valley box,” will not feature singers this favorite—people feel like they year in its effort to focus on the know him,” said Teisinger of connection between the conducThibaudet, who makes his home tor, orchestra and audience.

vilion out of the rain and no one would move because they wanted to watch [it] on the screen.” –Jennifer Teisinger Executive Director, Sun Valley Summer Symphony

“I think people will enjoy Michael,” said Teisinger. “He’s got a dry sense of humor and is very welcoming.” • Quartetto Gelato, which once performed as part of the Sun valley Center for the Arts concert series, will bring its mix of mandolins, banjos, accordions, violins and other instruments to perform a mix of tangos, gypsy and folk songs with the symphony for the symphony’s second annual “On the Lighter Side” concert. • In addition, the symphony will join forces with the Sun Valley Center for the Arts and The Community Library to explore Minimalism as a movement in the visual arts, music and architecture. The exhibition of art, concerts, lectures and panel discussions titled “How Much Less is More” will take place from Aug. 4 through Sept. 30.

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Music Director Alasdair Neale said this year’s lineup spotlights the orchestra’s national “all-star” team of musicians from across the country and beyond. “Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony will be performed for the first time in Sun Valley and Mahler’s First and Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony make welcome return appearances,” he said. “In all three works audiences will have a chance to reflect on the extraordinary wealth of musical talent that descends on the Wood River Valley each summer.” The highlights: Monday, Aug. 1—Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet performs Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A Minor. Thursday, Aug. 4—Concert-

master Jeremy Constant and Principal Cello Amos Yang will perform Brahms’ Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra. Sunday, Aug. 7—Pianist Yefim Bronfman (no relation to Chamber music sponsor Edgar Bronfman) performs Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor. Thursday, Aug. 11—Quartetto Gelato, an eclectic Canadian gypsy-like group, will join forces with the symphony for its second annual “On the Lighter Side” concert. Friday, Aug. 12—Vadim Gluzman, who performed Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with the Sun Valley Summer Symphony in 2009, will perform Erich Korngold’s Violin Concerto. twp


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Former Sun Valley Ski Patrol Director Nelson Bennett, seen here eyeballing Captain Powder at the Ketchum/Sun Valley Ski and Heritage Museum, joined the Ancient Skiers for their week-long shindig in Sun Valley last week. Ninety-six and still skiing! Now that’s something to strive for! Photo: KAREN BOSSICK/TWP

Glorious conditions S un Valley skiing The snow was mushy right now is one day, icy the next. hard and By Friday Quigley fast—perfect for not only was icy 190 ski racers but the light was from the Far West so flat you might Ski Association as well have been who descended on skiing blind. And by: Karen the mountain for a then the weekend Bossick week’s worth of racwinds hit. ing Monday. But Monday Temperatures promdawned with a radiise to be comfortable in the ant sun, nary a breeze and 20s and lower 30s all week—a comfortable temperatures. And, far cry better than the minus-50 after a few grooming, trails are temperatures going on in Alaska back to the glorious state they or the sub-zero temperatures on were in—with the best condithe West Coast. The groomed tions from Sun Valley Nordic slopes are not icy. But now would Center on north. be a good time to get your edges Even backcountry skiers are sharpened if you haven’t done so finding some good powder on since the beginning of the year. the slopes surrounding Galena Off the slopes… and other sites overlooking the After two months of utterly valley. glorious skiing, last week may Be sure to check the schedule have been the winter of our for the Second Annual Nordic twp discontent for Nordic skiers. Festival in today’s paper.

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A good way to check for inflammation is to ask your doctor to do a C-reactive blood test; levels will be elevated if there is ou may a problem. wonder Inflammation is what the a reaction from our big deal is about bodies to something inflammation. it doesn’t like, be it alWhen you feel a pain, lergens, toxins, foods, et an ache of some kind, cetera. We are living in you reach for the Advil, an unnatural world and Aleve, or some other our bodies are rebelling. anti-inflammatory, call it One way to combat this good, and go on with your environment is to focus daily tasks. on taking better care of A measure of inflamyourself and eliminating mation helps the body the irritants to lessen heal from injuries and your chances of disease. illnesses by increasing Glynis P. Here are a few things circulation to the injured Buersmeyer you can do to start:  area, stimulating and Revise your diet by cutting enhancing the immune response. back on red meat and adding The problem arises when we are more vegetables and fruits. experiencing chronic inflamLimit or remove sugar. mation. Chronic inflammation Add omega-3s. acts like a slow-burning fire that Get a good night’s sleep. can spread and lead to serious Supplement with a high-quallong-term health problems. It has been linked to asthma, aller- ity multivitamin/mineral. Rebalance your immune sysgies, arthritis, and autoimmune tem with probiotics. diseases such as  rheumatoid Exercise moderately.  arthritis, inflammatory bowel Working with your doctor disease, eczema, lupus, MS, and health counselor will help thyroid disease and more. It apevaluate and direct you with pears connected to almost every your goals. Chronic inflammaknown chronic disease from tion and pain can be eliminated heart disease to cancer, diabeby remaining focused and taking tes, obesity, autism, dementia back your health! and even depression. twp Taking an anti-inflammatory for a chronic condition does not About the Author: make it go away. Dr Hyman, a Glynis Buersmeyer is a certified well-known doctor, says, “That’s health counselor having studied at like taking a lot of aspirin while the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in you are standing on a tack. The New York City. She teaches workshops, treatment is not more aspirin or cooking classes, and offers individual a strong immune suppressant, health and nutrition counseling embut removing the tack.�  If you, phasizing stress reduction. She can be reached at evolvinglifestyle@yahoo. in fact, want to cool the inflamcom. Phone: 208.720.7830, or visit her mation on a more permanent website @ evolvinglifestyle.com. basis, you must find the source.

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to focus on areas of the house that have seen a lot of wear and tear like the hallways or living room. Carry: Other rooms may just need a quick touch up on trim or doorways to give them a newer look. Cash: As for colors, the choices are very subjective. Walk into any paint store today and you'll find an unlimited amount of colors. Carry: And choosing white will not be easier. Just wait until you see how many shades of white are available. Cash: Before you pick out a new color, whether its white or something "fancy", decide if the existing room color is acceptable. It may be

easier to use the same color and avoid multiple coats to cover the old color. Carry: If you plan on showing the house while you still live there, then choose colors that go with your current décor. There's no benefit in using accent colors that clash with your furniture. Cash: Since you do plan on moving, it may not be the time to get creative. Many buyers tend to have their own style in mind. It's possible to give your house a good presentation with almost any color. Carry: Besides, the less painting you have to do, the more time your wife will have to watch home improvement shows.

The old saying goes, "If it doesn't move, paint it." It seems more of us are following that advice everyday. Consumers are buying paint by the gallons! In fact, the National Paint and Coverings Association estimates Americans spend more than 6 billion dollars per year on paint for architecture such as houses and walls. With that much paint, everyone could use a few more friends to help.

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When I took on the project of renovating a few rooms in our house, I quickly realized it was a big job. I spent an entire month of evenings and weekends installing new hardwood floors to make sure they were just right. But when it came to painting, I decided to hire a high school neighbor to help me out. On the morning he showed up, I told him to go paint the entire bedroom and I'll work on the living room. About an hour later, he came back and told me he was all done. "That's great," I said. "Let me go check it out." To my dismay he replied, "Just be careful. The floor paint is still wet!" (Thanks to Jay S.)

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50 sporting goods Avalanche Beacon-Tracker DTSnew condition w/Easton probe & shovel. Best offer. 578-8091. **05** Nordic Track c2200 Treadmill. Had this for 2 years lightly used. $350.00. Call 208-867-7854. **05**

52 tools and machinery Airens Simplicity SnowBlower model 1530L; 14.5hp, 30”, new, must sell. Make offer. 578-8091. **05** Jet DC-1200 Dust Collector. 2 years old.  Used very little in a hobby garage. 240V Includes a 4’ x 10’ hose.  Call Travis 471-0420 to have photos emailed.  $290 **05**

54 toys (for the kids!) Have any kids toys that you don’t need? Sell them here with a free classified. **TFN**

56 other stuff for sale (3) 55 gallon aquariums, complete set up. $250 ea OBO. Please call 481-1178. **06**

For Sale: 7 NEW Coin Operated Vending Machines. Be your own Boss Recession proof! $2,500 OBO Will deliver within the Valley. Call Tony 720-5153

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real estate for sale 60 homes for sale Stanley Idaho getaway cabin for sale. 2bd/2ba turnkey and complete interior remodel with new flooring, paint, woodwork, windows, sinks, appliances and beautifully decorated. Gorgeous views of the Sawtooths. Located on Hwy 75, across from the Salmon River. Plenty of parking for trailers, boats, etc. Easy access to groomed snow trails and minutes from Redfish and Stanley Lakes. $279,000. Call 208-774-2257 for more info. **04** Cash for your trust deed or mortgage - private party. Call 208-7205153. **TFN** Investor Services Information-Research-Leads Representation-Acquisition Repair-Remodel-Maintenance Management Disposition-Reinvestment jim@svmproperties.com 208.720.1212

7 SOLD 3 PENDING Prices start at $150,000 2-3bed/2-2.5bath/2-3 car 1254sf-1762sf Contact Sue and Karen (208) 788-2164 www.SweetWaterHailey.com Sweetwater Community Realty Highway 75 to Countryside Blvd. **TFN**

70 vacation property For sale. 2bd/2ba turnkey and complete interior remodel with new flooring, paint, woodwork, windows, sinks, appliances and beautifully decorated. Gorgeous views of the Sawtooths. Located on Hwy 75, across from the Salmon River. Plenty of parking for trailers, boats, etc. Easy access to groomed snow trails and minutes from Redfish and Stanley Lakes. $279,000. Call 208774-2257 for more info. **04**

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Janine Bear Sotheby’s 208-720-1254 Vacant Land $130,000 Pine View Lot (partial Realtor owned) $249,000 Corner lot Northridge $419,000 2.53 acresTimberline Lot **TFN**

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c l a ss i f i e d a d pa g e s • d e a d l i n e : n o o n o n M o n d ay • c l a ss i f i e ds @ t h e w e e k ly pa p e r . b i z 77 out of area rental Hagerman Rental - New 3bd, 3ba home in downtown, close to P.O., church, grocery store and city park. Furnished or part + appl. Pets negotiable, avail. Feb. 1. Asking $800. Call 726-3046. **06**

80 bellevue rentals 3bd, 3ba, move in on Feb. 1; $800 per month. Call 720-3157. **05** 3 cuartos camas, 3 baĂąos; lavador y seca. Puevos entre Feb. 1; $800 mes. 720-3157. **05** 1 Bdrm/1 bath apartment in owner-built house in Muldoon Canyon. Beautiful finishes and great sunny views from the open-plan kitchenliving area for a cozy, comfortable, relaxing place to live. No smoking no pets. First, last, deposit. $675/ month plus utilities. Call 788-5875. **04**

81 hailey rentals Lease Option or For Sale whomever comes first w/acceptable offer - lovely 5 bedroom home near Baseball/Soccer Fields, WRHS and Community Campus. Newly renovated w/ upscale treatments, hardwood floors, family room, spacious twocar garage, fenced yard, sunny location. $1,700 per month, plus utilities / owner will consider all offers. Realtor owned. Call Nancy 309-2014 to preview. **TFN**

83 sun valley rentals Wake up to incredible views. Condo conveniences, estate living, 1BD/2BA, 900 sf. Apt., heated garage, on 10 Ac. Bike/snowshoe/ski from backdoor.  .5 miles from SV or Ketchum. No smoking. $800/month.  Includes utilities/cable.  Pets neg.  Avail. Now. Call 208-622-7555 or 208- 309-0330. **06**

84 carey, fairfield, or picabo rentals New 1 Bedroom in Picabo

89 roommate wanted Looking for responsible / professional roommates to share my big 4bd/4ba, 2 car garage home on Pine Street in Hailey. $600 per month includes utilities, and the deposit is minimal. No drugs, pets negotiable and lots of storage space in this fully furnished (but not bedrooms) home. Very nice. Very clean. If you’re interested, contact Adam at 309-9210 or 788-9000. **TFN**

90 want to rent/buy I am looking to rent long term, with option to buy, a nice 3-4 bed. home in the country on several acres, very private, no close neighbors. Fenced. Pets and a few farm animals. Blaine County or Fairfield ok. Reasonable rent. Please email: glacierandkodak@yahoo.com. **06** Looking for someone that may have a RV spot (in Bellevue, Hailey or south valley) with water, sewer, electric that we could rent for the springsummer. Our 5th wheel is 40ft. Call Jan at 720-1097. **TFN** Wanting to rent a small, private artist space in the Hailey area. Must have running water, and electricity. Contact Melissa at 720-2566. **04**

202 livestock for sale 1920s era antique saddle. $200 OBO. Call 481-1178. **06** 16Ë? Western Saddle, Circle A, great shape. $350 OBO. 481-1178. **06**

205 livestock feed Timothy/Grass hay mix - still have some. Great horse hay. Call Gary at 481-0839. **04**

300 puppies & dogs Two approx. 5mo old puppies wanting a forever home. Cleo is a Female, white, possible Brittany Mix. Frankie is a Male, Deaf, Red Merle Australian Shepherd. They get along well with big dogs and are full of energy! Also an approx. 2yr old, Male, Yellow Lab with a touch of Vizsla or Hound. Has tons of potential, but needs training and someone to be very active with him. He loves, loves, loves these puppies. Would anyone want to adopt them together? email: dakotashouserescue@yahoo.com **06**

302 kittens & cats All new appliances. First, last, damage. No smoking. $575 per month. 481-1843. **04**

85 short-term rental Short-term rental available in downtown Ketchum - one block away from the Town Square. 3bd, 3ba, sleeps up to 8. Heated garage available and fully furnished. $300 per night, 3 night minimum. Call 208720-5690. **04** Stanley Cabin. Comfortable, light, well-furnished, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Iron Creek area. Sleeps 6. $200/night (2 night min.) or $1,300/week. Dogs OK. Call Jima, 726-1848. **TFN**

Two 5-month old kittens, brother and sister, looking for a new home (preferrably together). Spayed/neutered, shots. Call 720-5688. **06**

400 share the ride Need a Ride? www.rideshareonline.com is Idaho’s new source for catching or sharing a ride! To work, another city or another state, signup and see who else is traveling in the same direction and get or offer a ride. For more information or help with the system, visit www.mountainrides.org or call Mountain Rides 788.RIDE. **TFN**

5013c charitable exchange The Crisis Hotline: When you don’t know where to turn call: 726-3596 or 788-3596. A trained volunteer is

available right now to listen, provide comfort, and referrals. Anonymous and confidential for your comfort and security. Call us. We can help. 24 hours a day. **TFN** Does your non-profit have a service, product or item that you need or could share with another organization who needs it? List it here for free! That’s right, we’ll give you up to 40 words for free to help you spread the word. Just call 928-7186 or e-mail classifieds@theweekly paper.biz **TFN**

502 take a class Children’s Watercolor painting class Tues; Adult and childrens crochet classes Thur; Needle felting for adults Wed eve; for more info and enrollment (space limited), call (631) 880-9437 the Robin’s Nest. **TFN** Aqua-Cross Boot Camp at the YMCA pool - 7 to 8 a.m. Mondays and 7:10 to 8:10 p.m. on Thursdays. Info: 928-6707. **TFN** Tennis 101. Fun, family, fitness, a tennis program designed to teach the basics to all ages. 9-10:30 a.m. at WR High School, 1250 Fox Acres Road. Register at idtennis.com, (208) 322-5150, Ext. 207. **TFN** Yoga & the Breath with Victoria Roper, at Hailey Yoga Center, Wednesday mornings, 9:00-10:30. 208-5393771. **TFN** Morning Yoga with Dayle Ohlau at BCRD’s Fitworks at the Community Campus in Hailey – Friday and Saturday mornings from 9-10. For more information call 578-2273. **TFN** Blaine County Fitness Class Schedule: Mondays: Pilates/Core Strength 9 a.m.; Zumba 4:30 p.m.; Spin Class 5:45 p.m. Tuesdays: Spin Bike 5:45 a.m.; Back Class 8:15 a.m.; Power Hour Noon; Body Blast 4:30 p.m.; and Zumba 5:30 p.m. Wednesday: Tai Chi (advanced) 8 a.m.; Pilates/Core Strength 9 a.m.; Spin Bike 5:45 p.m.; and Yoga 7 p.m. Thursday: Back Class 8:15 a.m.; Power Hour Noon; Body Blast 4:30 p.m.; and Zumba Blast 5:30 p.m. Friday: Tai Chi (beginners) 9 a.m. Saturday: Restorative Yoga 10 a.m.**08** Spirit n’ Motion Athletic School Class Schedule Full Gymnastics/Tumbling/Trampoline Classes: Beginning—Monday 3:30-4:30 or Wed 3:30-4:30; Intermediate—Mon. 3:30-4:30 or Wed 4:30-5:30; Advanced (must have back-handsprings)—Mon. 4:30-6:30; High School/Adult (ages 14 and up) —Wed. 6:30-7:30; YMCA—in Ketchum—Beginning (grades K-3)— Wed 4:15-5; Competitive Team— Monday and Wednesday--4:30-7:30 Pre-School/Kinder Gymnastics (ages 2 -6 years old); Preschool (ages 3-6)—Tues. 10:40-11:20 or 2:45-3:30; Parent and Me (ages 18 mo-3 yrs)—Monday 5:50-6:30 PM or Tuesday 10-10:40 Cheerleading (Competitive and Non-competitive): Green Emeralds— Competitive (ages 4-5)—Thurs 3-4; Silver Stars—Competitive (ages 6-

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8)—Tues 3:30-5/Thurs 4-5; Black Diamonds—Competitive (ages 9 and up)— Monday 4:30-5:30 and Tues/ Thurs 5-7 Zumba Fitness—all classes $5 with punch card; Tuesday 7-8 PM, Wednesday 5:30-6:30 PM; Tuesday/ Thursday/Friday 12-1 PM Open Gymnastics—for our students & friends who want more gym time; Saturdays 1-12 only $5/hour (ages 5 and up) Info 208-720-4306 or www.spiritnmotion.com **08**

Spencer (owner of The Dollhouse) and Jamie Canfield (KSKI’s program director) at Trail Creek Village sooooo incredibly special and exciting!! What an amazing and verrry inspiring event that was -- for ALL of us!!! Best of luck on your new life together, you two.... :) **04** Show your appreciation! Say thanks with a FREE 40-word thank you note, right here. Call 928-7186. **TFN**

518 raves That recent Thursday “Mexi-Menu� that Danette there at the Sun Valley Brewery put together was absolutely amazing; hope she does it again soon!! **04**

504 lost & found Found: Helmet camera near River Run. Call to identify. 309-1088. **TFN**

FOUND: 2009 GED Class Ring. Found on Flowing Wells Drive in Hailey. Call 970-596-7111 to identify.

wheels, etc. 610 4wd/suv

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1990 Heavy Duty 3/4 ton Dodge w/ camper shell. $2,000 OBO. Call 4811178. **06**

506 i need this I need a small dog crate/carrier for a large cat. Please call Jill at 578-0688.

612 auto accessories

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Wanting to rent a small, private artist space in the Hailey area. Must have running water, and electricity. Contact Melissa at 720-2566. **04** Needed - one set of wooden bunkbeds, good condition. Will haul. Contact Melissa. 720-2566. **04**

Flat bed utility trailer - great for snowmobiles. Call Michael at 7208212. **TFN**

620 snowmobiles etc. 2008 Polaris 800 Dragon - great condition, 2,000 miles, $6,700 OBO. Save thousands and have fun this winter with this like new snowmobile! Call 720-1097. **TFN** Men’s 2 piece Polaris/Klim snowmobile suit. Very nice condition. Cost $485 new, selling for $220. Call Jeff at 720-4988. **TFN**

510 thank you notes Lara and Jamie’s January Wedding - Jamie and I would like to thank all who attended our wedding Friday January 14th. To our guests, we wish to express our deepest love and gratitude,as all of you in your own way helped lead Jamie and I to finding each other when the time was right. We hope you carried out and kept with you some of the big big love and joy that Jamie and I share. To my mother Dottie Spencer- who pulled off the impossible, making this wedding a Cinderella story, beautiful decor, fabulous EVERYTHING. Brother Mike Beesley (Director of technology at Community school), AJ Beesley (nephew, Starbucks manger, Ketchum), Chris Mendoza (technical engineer for copper ridge). The Evans family, especially Stephanie Pedersen- my niece who with out her help could not have fulfilled my mom’s vision. Kelly Martin for the beautiful and delish wedding cake. Brain Reece Mater bagpiper, Sarah Sabin, Raeann and Rick Sutherland, Michelle hale, DJ Christy & Maria of Maria’s alterations for my AMAZING dress, and all the wait staff ( Gregthanks for saving the top of our cake). We had a fairy tale evening and no more words can express the love we felt from all of you, or the love we feel for you. We are blessed. Get ready for the summer party for anyone who could not attend or we could not fit into that small space.. we will be rocking and rolling again when the heat is on outside. All of our thanks and love, Lara (Dollhouse Consignment) and Jamie (KSKI program director) Canfield. **04**

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Helping you make your own decisions Naturopath Jody Stanislaw By KAREN BOSSICK

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hink house calls are a thing of the past? Think again. Jody Stanislaw makes house calls—in the name of keeping you healthy so you don’t need a doctor. And she designs individual and group retreats, as well. Stanislaw, a naturopathic physician, is the founder of Sun Valley F.I.T. (Focused Individual. Transformation). She meets clients where they’re at, devising tailor-made programs to cure what ails them. And she custom-designs private health retreats as well—for everything from a ladies’ weekend getaway to a husband-wife retreat. Stanislaw was just seven when she decided to become a doctor—that’s when she developed diabetes, which plunged her headlong into the world of needle testing and waiting rooms.

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When it came time to pursue her own stethoscope, she decided to become a naturopathic doctor. It required all the requisite biochemistry, organic chemistry and physiology courses she would have taken pursuing traditional medicine, she says. But it gave her greater flexibility to help the body heal naturally with herbal medicine, exercise, nutrition and counseling, rather than suppressing symptoms with a pain pill. “I don’t want to be a doctor who tells you what to do. I want to be a doctor who does it with you,” she said. “I love to teach to empower people.” After getting her doctorate degree at Bastyr University, an acclaimed holistic medical school in Seattle, Stanislaw went to Thailand. There she worked at a five-star health spa that catered to wealthy clients from the Middle East, Japan, China and Australia who were willing to pay $1,000 a day to have someone dictate to them how to exercise, relax and eat from a menu that included such dishes as prawn salad and stir-fried

“I don’t want to be a doctor who tells you what to do… I love to teach to empower people.” –Jody Stanislaw Naturopathic Doctor and Founder of Sun Valley F.I.T.

lamb chops with oyster sauce. “I fell in love with seeing how people felt after a few days away from stress and phone calls,” she recounted. “One man owned a hotel in Egypt where he worked 15-hour days, seven days a week, and he thought he was going to collapse. We fed him fresh vegetables and insisted that he exercise. He came for three days and stayed for two weeks, leaving so full of energy. He said he never realized he could feel so good.” Stanislaw returned to the

Jody Stanislaw.

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United States determined to offer others the same. And she decided the perfect place would be Sun Valley, a place where she had vacationed for many years. Today, Stanislaw preaches what she calls The Four Pillars of Health—wholesome nutrition, regular movement, relaxation and adequate sleep and emo-

tional well-being—in both her individual consultation and her group retreats. She meets clients in the comfort of their own homes. And she customizes group and corporate retreats that could include such things as an organic breakfast

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n Feb. 1, 2010, Alex Margolin, voted Best Trainer in the Bay Area, and Kyl Samway, voted Best Trainer in the Valley, opened 5B CrossFit, Blaine County’s premiere CrossFit training facility (www.5bcrossfit.com). Samway and Margolin have created a health and fitness center and community where people of all fitness levels learn the CrossFit method (www.crossfit.com). CrossFit is a unique training philosophy that incorporates Olympic and barbell lifting, basic gymnastics and forms of traditional cardio exercise in combinations that deliver unparalleled health and fitness. CrossFit uses only funtional movements that are natural and essential to daily activities and sports. The 5B CrossFit program teaches members how to improve 10 general physical skills: flexibility, strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, stamina, power, speed, accuracy, agility, coordination and balance. As well, regular attendees, whether top-level skiers or lifelong couch potatoes, will

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see marked boosts in capacity and performance. Proficiency at these general skills creates a solid fitness base from which athletes and non-athletes alike can climb to new levels of performance.   Samway and Margolin create all programming for the gym and a coach is present at every workout to explain and teach the technical aspects of the movements. The true beauty of these small group workouts is two-

fold: they change daily (always challenging and never boring), and they are infinitely scalable (anyone can do them, regardless of age or fitness ability).  All clients begin with three private Elements classes to teach the basic movements, and so that the coaches get to know the unique needs of clients before they become regular participants. Come in for a free workout, or sign up for an Elements class twp today!

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essica Kisiel, owner of Aligned Play, has been a part-time resident of the Valley since December 2008. Passionate about helping you to be active and reach fitness and sports goals, Jessica believes in supporting your physical and mental wellness through a collaborative approach. Her mission is to create empowering client partnerships that elevate personal health and achievement. Having suffered and come back from athletic career-ending injuries, Jessica has learned the importance of balance in body, training, mind and life. Through her business, she is sharing her knowledge and experience with others. Aligned Play offers quarterly posture alignment clinics in Hailey, utilizing the Egoscue Method®. When out of town,

Jessica Kisiel

Jessica connects with her clients via Skype appointments to keep them moving forward in their therapy process. For those with athletic ambitions, Jessica provides sports coaching and training plans for all abilities. She has assisted clients in preparation for recre-

ational cycling tours and centuries, fun 5K runs, mountain and road bike races, marathons and Ironman events. If you’re interested in starting an exercise program, reducing stress, losing weight or eating better, Jessica can help you through wellness coaching. Lasting behavior changes are made when clients clarify life priorities and harness their inner motivation. Wellness coaching provides a structured step-by-step approach to creating a better lifestyle while holding clients accountable to their goals and giving support, guidance and encouragement for success. Learn more about Aligned Play, find out how Jessica can serve you and sign up for her free newsletter at www.aligned play.com. twp

Alternative Times (208) 733-6725 • 251 S. Main St., Ste. 380, Ketchum • www.Alternative-TimesLLC.com

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hat is colon hydrotherapy? Colon hydrotherapy is an extended and more complete form of an enema. The concept involves the mechanical process of infusing warm filtered water into the rectum with the objective of cleansing and balancing the colon. This procedure removes fecal material from the colon walls and dilutes the bacterial toxin concentration in

“Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food.” –Hippocrates

the large intestine. The therapeutic effects of colon hydrotherapy are improved muscle tone, which facilitates peristaltic action and enhances the absorption of nutrients from the cecum and ascending colon while minimizing the absorption of toxic waste material. The cleansing effect of colon hydrotherapy reduces stagnation and subsequent bacterial prolifera-

tion in the colon and helps to maintain the harmony of the intestinal flora in promoting optional health. The fastest way to improve the body’s immune system is to clean the colon. Colon hydrotherapy cleanses and rejuvenates the portion of the immune system that resides in the intestinal tract. twp

briefs S.V. Ski Education Foundation results

Sun Valley’s Nordic phenom Mike Sinnott is currently second in the overall SuperTour standings as the finals head into Sun Valley in late March. If he manages to win the SuperTour Overall he will earn a free trip to the World Cup in Fall 2011. Sinnot placed sixth in the 10K Free and fifth in the 15K classic at the SuperTour in Minneapolis this past weekend. Only 1 second separated him from the podium and only 10 seconds from first. Four Olympic Development Team athletes travelled to Soldier Hollow for the University of Utah Invitational and did a great job racing on the col-

lege circuit which is littered with fast American and European skiers. Nicole DeYong placed 4th twice, Matt Gelso led the men with a 3rd and 4th place. Other athletes with a local connection who were racing included Miles Havlick, who won the Men’s 10K Free; Alexa Turzian (5th/3rd), and Reid Pletcher (5th/8th). In Alpine Skiing, Jordan Fitzgerald and Will Harder have been invited to race in the Topolino Shoot-Out. Winners of this regional event will travel to Italy to compete in the Topolino race which is universally regarded as the “world championships” for this age group (13-14).


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Cody Acupuncture Clinic A Rosemary Cody, L.Ac. • (208) 720-7530 • 12 E. Walnut St., Hailey

t Cody Acupuncture Clinic, Rosemary Cody wants to partner with you on your path to health. She believes that the ancient wisdom of Oriental Medicine, with its truly holistic view, can guide you toward optimal health and fitness. More than just acupuncture, Oriental Medicine encompasses herbal medicine, body therapy and nutrition. It is safe, effective and can complement your existing medical therapies. Happy to be established back in the Wood River Valley, Rosemary brings with her 17 years of experience. In Anchorage, Alaska, she maintained a busy practice, developed the first complementary medicine program in the Alaska Native Medical Center, and was the first acupuncturist to be credentialed in Alaska’s hospital system. In her Hailey practice, Rosemary treats a wide spectrum of disorders. Regulating allergies and reducing pain and stress are “popular.” Rosemary also holds a special interest in treating infertility, an area in which she has extensive training and expe-

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rience. She loves working with couples to achieve their goal of having a child. As part of a community known for its generosity, Rosemary has founded a free clinic for veterans, military and their families. It is open Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. In addition to full Oriental Medicine services, Rosemary

offers an affordable, community-style group acupuncture on Fridays for $20. A certified meditation instructor trained by Dr. Deepak Chopra, she teaches individual and group classes. On Thursday mornings a free silent meditation group meets at Cody Acupuncture Clinic at 8:30 a.m. twp

Curves (208) 788-6066 • 811 First St. N., Hailey

Curves Partners with Zumba!

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t’s an amazing workout and it’s available at Curves in Hailey now! The Curves Circuit with Zumba is the only 30-minute class that mixes the moves of Zumba with the proven strength training of Curves for one incredibly effective workout. All ages, fitness levels and dance abilities can participate in and benefit from Curves Circuit with Zumba fitness classes. During the 30-minute class, participants work out on each Curves strength machine for one minute—twice as long as during a traditional Curves workout— alternating upper, lower and core muscles. Then, the music cues the participant to change stations on the circuit, and she moves to an area between machines to do Zumba moves for one minute, which tone and sculpt the body while burning fat. A certified Zumba instructor teaches simple, modified Zumba moves from the center of the circuit. Lory Rainey and Asia Plow-

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man are the Zumba instructors and they bring their enthusiasm, energy and fun to the circuit! “I love this workout! Curves was already great, and with Zumba, it’s even better!” says Sandy C. Curves is a facility especially designed for women featuring a 30-minute strength and cardio workout on hydraulic machines

that’s fun, fast and safe. Ideal for all levels of fitness because the harder you push the machines, the more resistance you get. Curves is offering a FREE WEEK. If you decide to join, Curves is waiving the $149 signup fee until Feb. 28! Treat yourself to the New Year’s gift of fitness at Curves, twp and have some fun!

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Dayle Ohlau • (208) 309-1219

s a teacher and student of life through communications and yoga, I am reminded of ‘suffering’. It is taught in Buddhism that life is suffering. With this thought comes the idea of compassion…”to suffer with.” To be able to embody the feeling of compassion for all students, I believe, is to know that all other positive qualities will emerge from that place. From the Tao Te Ching: “I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. Compassion toward yourself, you reconcile all beings in the world.” In my day-to-day observances of other people and their karmicinduced actions, I recognize micro-judgments and observe thought processes in relation to those judgments, and remember that we are experiential beings playing out a role in life that is temporal and lesson based. “It is not I, but the Spirit within, who

Dayle Ohlau (center) with her children, William and Annie Ashfield.

does these things I see before me.” This beautiful principle guides me through my teaching, as I connect with, and honor, my students. Dayle can be reached at (208) 309-1219. Classes are forming

now for Non-Violent Communication. Dayle teaches yoga at FitWorks in Hailey at the Community Campus – and is now taking appointments for Healing Touch Therapy. twp

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Footlight Dance Centre F (208) 578-5462 • 1050 Fox Acres, Rd., Hailey • www.FootlightDanceCentre.com

ootlight Dance Centre—a place to find joy in movement for all ages. Offering classes in creative movement, ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, modern, hip-hop and Pilates conditioning. Under the direction of Hilarie Neely for over 25 years, Footlight Dance has provided professional classes, summer workshops including guest teachers, a performance company, community outreach services and an annual student performance that is a full-length production. This year they will present “Mary Poppins,” May 14-15. The Footlight staff comes from professional performing backgrounds, including New York, Los Angeles and the West Coast, with several of the teachers holding dance degrees. Call for information about summer workshops for ages 7 years and older. The main studio is located at the Community Campus, Hailey, with a satellite studio in Ketchum. twp

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Four Seasons Spa & Pool F (208) 788-6300 • 519 South Main St., Hailey • www.HotSpring.com

or over 16 years, Four Seasons Spa and Pool has been dedicated to providing area homeowners with superior spas from industry leader Watkins Manufacturing—Hot Springs, Tiger River and Caldera. In addition to spa service and repair, Four Seasons has a wide selection of water care products, along with friendly instruction on the maintenance of water quality available from its showroom at 519 S. Main St. in Hailey. Our staff takes pride in its commitment to customer service in the Wood River Valley. Our Valley offers an abundance of recreational and entertainment opportunities. We are all fortunate in being able to pursue our passions in a setting of such incredible beauty. The Sun Valley brand represents the pinnacle of mountain resort lifestyles. Four Seasons provides the high quality of spa products and support commensurate with that lifestyle. A focus on wellness has evolved locally in recent years, emphasizing the relationship between an individual’s physical health and emotional wellbeing. Many of our customers have

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identified their Four Seasons spa as a “necessity” in their busy lives, providing an opportunity for a moment of stillness and reflection, thereby promoting more complete relaxation for a better night’s sleep. Such therapeutic ritual has the capacity to induce a peace and calmness at the conclusion of the day. An alternative tradition advocates sunrise application of hydrotherapy prior

to venturing into the workplace. Certainly a soak in a Hot Springs spa is the perfect ending to an active day on the hills and trails of our playground, as well as the perfect antidote to the stress and pressures often present in our daily lives. A spa from Four Seasons can provide sanctuary—a safe and healthy space. twp

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(208) 788-7766 • 408 S. Main St., Ste. 1, Hailey

eff Roth’s first year as a dentist led quickly to a moment of decision: find a different way to practice or change careers. Doing dentistry in a multi-office practice centered entirely on serving patients with HMO dental plans, Dr. Roth felt like part of an assembly line. No time was provided for true care or relationships with patients or team. Fortunately, Roth found another way. He opened a new practice, focusing on relationships and health with a relaxed office environment—a calmer atmosphere. Bringing office environment and goals into alignment with his original reasons for becoming a dentist led to more fulfillment for patients and team. The team comes first. “We believe the team must be talented, have a “just help” attitude and be happy and secure before they can truly help others. Health is an entire lifestyle, after all,” says Dr. Roth. This great team seeks to truly listen to those who place their trust in them. The dentist sees one patient at a time and insists on the principle “never treat a stranger.” Providing all aspects of dental care, the team is expert at implants and restoring natural, beautiful smiles and a healthy, comfortably functioning mouth and body. The office uses the latest technologies and techniques proven to improve the dental experience and level of care for their patients. Patients benefit from the team’s dedication to contwp tinuing education.

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True enjoyment comes from activity of the mind and exercise of the body; the two are united.


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“Water, air, and cleanliness are the chief articles in my pharmacopoeia.” –Napoleon

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ure Body Pilates LLC is currently located at 503 North Main Street (upstairs from Cari’s Hair Care) and, as of March 1, will be moving to our new, bigger studio space in Alturas Plaza in Hailey. We are very excited about this change! Come see us for our grand reopening and open house on March 5! Owned and operated by Alysha Oclassen, Pure Body Pilates LLC opened in its current form in August of 2006. We are a fully equipped, full-service Pilates studio based in the classic technique and well educated in more contemporary styles. Pure Body Pilates is pleased to offer group classes in Pilates Mat, Yoga Fusion, and Ski Conditioning six days a week, and a rotating schedule of belly dancing, Tai Chi and hip-hop. We also specialize in private instruction

as well as duets and trios on our beautiful Pilates equipment and feature three talented massage therapists certified in multiple techniques. Our fabulous and wellrounded instructors come from a wide variety of backgrounds and educations and update their teaching styles regularly with continuing education. They also all love living and teaching here in the Wood River Valley. Each one strives to build strong relationships with their clients in order to better serve each individual who joins us. We are here to enrich the lives of our clients. Enliven your life with challenging workouts that incorporate both the mind and the body at Pure Body Pilates! For more information and class schedules see our website www.pilatesinhailey.com twp

s there anything better than a good night’s sleep? As Americans are pushed to work longer hours for less pay, sleep habits have changed for the worse. Just ask Scott Shane who has opened the first mattress store in the Valley in Hailey called Wood River Mattress. “Your mattress is without a doubt the most important piece of furniture in your home,” he said. “You spend one-third of your life asleep. It’s where you rejuvenate. You might even call it a rejuvenation chamber. Studies have shown that the average adult needs seven to nine hours of sleep each night for optimum health and to be effective in their working day. Studies also show that those that get six hours or less a night are 12 percent more likely to suffer from a premature death. There is also $3-$5 billion a year attributed to lost revenues due to worker sleep deprivation. Without enough sleep you will lack focus, concentration and creativity and it will influence what kind of a day you’ll have. The brain needs to get the deeper levels of sleep,” he said. Much of this is achieved by the mattress you sleep on. Shane carries three types at his store: latex foam, memory foam and the older metal-coil mattresses. The foam mattress, although more expensive, has attributes that make it more desirable. The foam mattress allows you to sleep without putting stress on the body’s pressure points like the hips and the shoulders. The key is better circulation or blood

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flow. Coil mattresses, although fine at first, can cut off circulation as the mattress and the metal springs age. If you cut off circulation, which the foam mattresses do not, the body needs to toss and turn to get the circulation moving again. The brain has to do this job and in turn wakes you up from deeper REM levels of sleep. Because the foam puts no pressure on blood vessels, you can sleep in one spot for a longer period of time and thus achieve a deeper, more restful, sleep for the night. To find the best mattress for you, take a visit to Shane’s attractive new store in downtown Hailey. While conducting this interview, business was rather brisk and one customer remarked how much fun it was to try out the different beds. “The one thing I can tell you is that you have to try out the mattress before you buy it,” Shane said. Shane is a fourth-generation Idahoan and each generation has worked in the furniture business, beginning with his

great-grandfather at the turn of the century. After a while in Boise, he saw an opportunity in the Valley and decided to open up shop here. He had been visiting Sun Valley since he was a child. “We felt we could fill a need and provide the Valley with mattresses. The idea is that you wouldn’t have to go to Boise or Twin Falls and the great thing is that we are the same price or cheaper and that we will deliver to your home. So here we are. So far the market has been really strong and active. A lot of people really need beds.” Prices can range from $188 to $4000 and the foam mattresses have a 20year warranty and the coil beds a 10-year warranty. Right now the store carries mattresses and foundations—called a set— “but sometimes a person just needs a mattress. Toward spring, we will be ramping up with bedding accessories, pillows and mattress accessories.” For more information call Shane at 788-4438. twp

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“Fitness - If it came in a bottle, everybody would have a great body.” –Cher

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o! Fight! Win! Spirit and Motion Athletic School (SMAS) started out as purely a competitive cheerleading school—home of the Soldier Mountain All-Stars—and is thrilled to now be offering full gymnastics as well in their huge 4800-square-foot facility on Woodside Boulevard across from Power Engineers. Competitive cheerleading is not for the meek, featuring Ninja-style running/tumbling, 20-foot basket tosses, multitiered pyramids, and some bomb dancing! “Fly High, Do or Die!” is one commonly used motivating euphemism around the gym. Got chalk? SMAS now offers full gymnastics for boys and girls ages 18 months to adult! Equipment includes uneven and high bars, beams, vault, rings, pommel horse, parallel bars, full-size spring floor, trampolines and a 20-foot rope! Your kids can bounce off the walls at an SMAS gymnastics birthday party, or enjoy crosstraining at our SMAS open gym on Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lululemon quotes, “Sweat once a day.” This is something SMAS stands behind. Come

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• Special interest in fertility and reproduction. • Free Veterans’ Clinic Tuesdays 6:30 p.m.

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Through athleticism, our goal is to teach respect, sportsmanship, self-esteem, self-discipline and leadership skills. SMAS is now hiring additional qualified gymnastics instructors as well as a martial arts instructor (capoeira preferred). Please apply via smascheer@ hotmail.com. Current schedule available at www.spiritnmotion. twp com

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he Women’s Resource Center started in 1992 (partially funded by St. Luke’s); in 2000 it evolved into St. Luke’s Center for Community Health. St. Luke’s Center for Community Health provides a variety of community health services for every stage of life—from childbirth and parenting, to healthy aging. Open from 9-5, M-F, we offer health screenings, educational programs, and other services tailored to meet our community’s unique needs. Services and programs: • Health promotion and wellness education classes • Information and referral • Emergency services • Support groups • YAK! (Youth Adult

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Sweetwater Community Realty: (208) 788-2164 • www.SweetwaterHailey.com

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healthy-minded lifestyle, a community within a community, Sweetwater Village Community is embraced by the mountains, nature and recreation for outdoor fun.  Pedestrian pathways interconnected to the central park are surrounded by comfortable luxury homes and a clubhouse with amenities that include a 24-hour fitness room, poolside patio, outdoor grille, fireplace, a heated pool, hot tub and movie theater.  Enjoy a lifestyle inside or outside—everything is at your fingertips.  Sweetwater Village Community is just a short distance to the bike path, which extends 26-plus miles, and is just 10 minutes from worldclass skiing and world-class fly fishing.  Join a community of homeowners that live in this Valley for the same reasons you do—to enjoy the sun, fun and community of like-minded people. Sweetwater Village Com-

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munity is winner of the 2009 Idaho Residential Smart Growth Award and certified LEED neighborhood pilot program by the U.S. Green Building Council.  Sweetwater clubhouse, Commons, is on target for a

LEED silver certificate.  Sustainable * Durable * Energy Efficient *.  Open 7 days/week, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s not just a home, it’s a lifestyle. twp


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Those who do not find time for exercise will have to find time for illness.

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(208) 788-7700 • 315 South River St., Hailey

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esthetics of Plastic Surgery, under the direction of Tom Crais, M.D., FACS, has expanded its services to include the Beautiful Skin Spa thereby providing a comprehensive approach to obtaining and maintaining a youthful appearance. Longtime Valley resident Lorraine Conner, a certified cosmetologist and skin care specialist, provides a wide variety of aesthetic services, including facials, peels and waxing. Dr. Crais is an aesthetic plastic surgeon with extensive experience performing, but not limited to, facial rejuvenation, including fat grafting, SmartSkin laser resurfacing, Botox, fillers and SmartLipo. Dr. Crais remains on the cutting edge of the latest technology participating in numerous seminars worldwide. Tom Crais, a New Orleans native, moved to the Wood River Valley in 2000 for a change of scenery and fell in love with the people and the mountain lifestyle. You are likely to see Dr. Crais gliding down the slopes of Baldy, fly fishing or perhaps performing with one of the local theatre companies, or maybe at his ranch in Fairfield along with his mustangs, dogs, cats and peacocks! Dr. Crais is the Valley’s only

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full-time, board-certified plastic surgeon. He is a member of both the American and International Societies of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Dr. Crais’ plastic surgery training was at New York University Institute of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery where he also did a microsurgery fellowship. His general surgery training was at Boston University. Dr. Crais is a longtime team member of Operation Smile International and has provided surgical care to children in many developing areas of the world. Thus far, his philanthropic travels have included Colombia, Nicaragua, Vietnam, China, twp Romania and Ethiopia.

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t’s been a month since you made that New Year’s resolution to eat better, feel better, and look better. Take your fitness and nutrition to the next level while shedding a few pounds. This year you stick to it, no excuses! It can be tough on your own, though, which is why Zenergy and Brenda Powell, a certified personal trainer, exercise physiologist, Ironman triathlete and sports nutritionist, are offering their proven 90-day challenge program. With two organized workouts per week, three private analysis appointments—measuring body composition and strength before, during and after, individual nutrition and goals consultation, and workshops, along with a recommended (not mandatory) cleansing

diet, the 90-day body challenge offers your own personal trainer, a motivating workout group, and a nutritionist, all for the amazing price of $500—$450 if you’re a Zenergy member, less than $50/week. This is the 12th 90-day body challenge program Zenergy has offered and they’ve had tremendous proven results. The average participant loses 6-8 percent body fat and 8-12 pounds, and certain individuals have lost as much as 30 pounds! Join Brenda and the Zenergy team. Let them help you get toned, lose some weight, and meet a new group of people who want to do the same. An overview meeting will be held Friday, Feb. 4 at noon in the Zenergy lobby. It’s free and open to everyone. Come hear what Brenda has to say. What do you have to lose—besides 6-8 percent body fat and 8-12 pounds! twp


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A person’s health can be judged by which he takes two at a time – pills or stairs.

This year’s Billy Goat Loppet results More than 90 racers braved a chilly head wind for the annual Sun Valley Ski Club Billy Goat Loppet sponsored by Backwoods Mountain Sports on Saturday at Billy’s Bridge. But the racers endured, spurred on by the scenic backdrop of the Boulder Mountains, an energy boost from Hammer Nutrition, Perry’s cookies and Tully’s cocoa and the promise of a warm Porta-Potty provided by Clear Creek Disposal. The top three overall men were Jon Engen, Sam Young and Steve Klatt. Top three overall women were Brooke Hovey, Elizabeth Youngman and Muffy Ritz. Full results follow in a name/age/ time sequence: MEN – 10 KM: Jon Engen, 53, 28.06; Sam Young, 34, 28.52; Steve Klatt, 49, 29.42; Del Pletcher, 66, 29.52; Jim Santa, 50, 30.04; Chris Coe, 26, 30.55; Chris Williams, 45, 31.21; Bill McCann, 41, 31.21; Rick Knoebel, 57, 31.27; Don Shepler, 37, 31.36; Pat Simpson, 59, 31.53; Robert Youngman, 54, 32.01; Andy Andrews, 69, 32.38; Jake Peters, 49, 33.13; Dan Abraham, 28, 33.45; Dennis Botkim, 50, 33.55; Alex Margolin, 46, 34.05; Bob Disbrow, 68, 34.14; Jim Bradford, 59, 34.17; Gary Bowlin, 54, 34.40; Buck Drew, 55, 35.30; Heinz Schlosser, 58, 35.49; Elliot Jacobs, 28, 35.52; Tom Pomeroy, 58, 35.53; Greg Thomas, 51, 36.55; Matt Gervase, 61, 37.09; Hans Muehlegger, 70, 37:19; Bradley Guss, 26, 37.37; Tulio Celano, 68, 38.06; Tom Bowman, 56, 38.23; Bradley Pitt, 47, 40.14; Roger Miller, 67, 41.30; John Gladics, 64, 42.04; John Swyers, 71, 43.15; Mel Dyck, 69, 43.43; Charley French, 84, 43.49; Karl

Wadsack, 65, 47.58; Mike Potter, 64, 52.32; Bill Sherrerd, 50, 55.45 WOMEN – 10 KM: Brooke Hovey, 38, 28.28; Elizabeth Youngman, 51, 30.58; Muffy Ritz, 53, 31.14; Adrienne Leugers, 51, 31.16; Liv Jensen, 39, 32.15; Laura Theis, 28, 34.11; Kim Kawaguchi, 49, 34.23; India Wysong, 37, 34.28; Tizz Miller, 42, 34.51; Robin Potts, 49, 34.52; Trina Benson, 30, 34.56; Kathryn McNeal, 30, 35.19; Camila Tose Nalen, 54, 35.35; Hannah Young, 33, 35.38; Katharine Sheldon, 53, 35.51; Linda McClatchy, 63, 35.52; Naomi Goldberg, 31, 35.55; Sue Engelman, 51, 36.50; Gretchen Flint, 47, 38.32; Janelle Connors, 42, 38.38; Carol Rank, 53, 38.41; Jill Norton, 34, 39.27, Brenda Spackman, 53, 39.48; Grace Dyck, 69, 40.12; Kathy Bennett, 39, 40.16; Lucy Bourret, 49, 40.18; Charlotte Alexander, 58, 40.25; Alexandra Sundali, 53, 41.03; Kathrine Rixon, 37, 41.05; Gloria Kimball, 54, 41.07; Kelly Martin, 49, 42.27; Carol Mutzel, 58, 43.37; Lynn Chaldu, 51, 44.26; Veronique Forgeat, 41. 47.22; Carol Monteverde, 64, 49.37; Joney Otteson, 50, 50.06 (classic skis); Ann Scales, 63, 53.30; Julie Dahlgren, 65, 54.35; Diana Wadsack, 63, 54.36; Angie Jolie, 45, 54.51; Karena Jena Simpson, 59, 55.31 (classic skis); Joanne Davis, 74, 57.21; Ann Johnson, 67, 1:02:20; Willa Finish Last, 36, l:05:37; Willa Survive, 32, l:05:37 GIRLS – 3 KM: Ella Wolter, 9, 18.48; Chloe Tanous, 9, 20.01; Anhwei Kirk, 8, 24.03; Crosby Boe, 7, 35.35; Penelope Weekes, 7, 35.45 BOYS – 3 KM: Tully Jonas Wilkins, 8, 22.35; Skylar Maguire, 7, 35.40

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stanislaw....from pg 1 omelet, a walk and a workout, a health lecture, down time around Sun Valley’s hot pool, and a cooking class. “I want people to experience feeling great. But I also want them to leave feeling inspired to continue what they’ve started when they go home. And I’ll follow up with them with weekly phone calls,” she said.

Make a change

There are some little changes that people can make to achieve a feeling of better health, Dr. Jody Stanislaw says: • Start out by making a promise that you will have vegetables at every meal. • Eat protein at breakfast, such as eggs, nuts or cheese on toast. Toss out the cereal, except for slow-cooking oatmeal—it contains too much sugar. • Don’t eat anything that comes in a box and contains more than six ingredients. • Move any way you can. And do a little more moving every day. • Add a five-minute walk. One of the best ways to cleanse your body of toxins from polluted water and other sources of pollution is by exhaling, Stanislaw says. And you exhale more when you breathe hard during exercise. • Keep yourself on track by writing up a list of the benefits you get from eating well and exercising. Tape it to your bathroom mirror where you will see it every day. • Sleep! It builds up the cells that have been damaged by the hustle-bustle of everyday life. And it burns more calories sleeping than sitting in a chair. • Avoid emails and TV as you prepare for sleep. Instead, drink chamomile tea, which calms nerves.

High cholesterol?

Reduce it by eating lots of vegetables—the fiber acts as a binder for cholesterol, allowing it to be carried out of the body. Take psyllium husk powder, a fiber supplement, before meals to make you feel full sooner and eat less. Eat lots of garlic—or, at least, a daily supplement that contains 4,000 micrograms of allicin. Drink at least one cup of green tea per day. Use lots of turmeric spice. Reduce the amount of meat you eat. Take Vitamin C to heal the cells. And use a CoQ10 supplement to improve the functioning of your heart.

High blood pressure?

Lower it with a high-potency multivitamin, 100 milligrams of CoQ10, 1,200 milligrams of magnesium, garlic, 1,000 milligrams of Vitamin C, 400 International Units of Vitamin E and a tablespoon of flaxseed oil a day. Get regular exercise, adequate sleep, reduce stress, reduce caffeine and alcohol, eliminate fried foods and high-fat foods, reduce your daily intake of salt, sugar, canned or packaged foods, chocolate and refined white starches, such as bread, rice and pasta. Increase your consumption of fish, such as salmon and tuna, while reducing red meat and other animal fat. Increase fiber intake by increasing fruits and vegetables. Bananas, watermelon, carrots, spinach, parsley, celery, raw garlic, raw onion and beetroot all contain nutrients that lower blood pressure, as does green tea. Close your eyes, take three deep breaths. Then put your hands on your abdomen and focus your attention on breathing twp into your belly.

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Free acupuncture treatment for Vets By KAREN BOSSICK

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osemary Cody has never worn fatigues or carried an M16. But she’s doing her bit to defend her country with needles. Cody offers veterans and their family members free acupuncture treatments every Tuesday evening. The community-style ear treatments are designed to help Rosemary Cody places needles in certain parts of the ear according to an alleviate stress and trauma and ear map that shows her which parts improve mental clarity. One vet address what conditions. says it’s helped him sleep better than he has in 25 years. Others say it helps alleviate hypervigiof Vietnam veterans, a former lance—heightened alertness for G.I. from the Korean era and possible threats. Anneline Williams, who says her The idea started with Acufamily—in particular, her Gerpuncturists Without Borders, man mother—were scarred by which provided relief to victims World War II. and first responders followEach files in, sitting in a circle ing Hurricane Katrina in New around the room as they share Orleans. greetings with one another. Seeing the hope it brought to “The benefits are just amazthose people, the acupuncturing,” said ists started Williams. “I’m the Military a typical local Stress Recovery who doesn’t Project with a have a lot of pilot clinic in money. This Albuquerque, shows the emN.M., in 2006. It pathy Rosemary has since spread across the coun–Anneline Williams has for those try with free Former G.I. from the Korean era who fought in a war or were clinics in such in some way cities as Boston, affected by war. Chicago, Fort War is horrible—there’s no way Myers, Fla., San Francisco, and to get around it.” Hailey, Idaho. The veterans joke about C-raEvery Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. tions and recount how they used Cody opens the doors of her to mark the days on the calendar Walnut Street clinic to veterans until they could return home. returning from Iraq, AfghaniOn this particular evening, one stan, Vietnam and Korea. has even brought his scrapbook Then, as they relax to calming of his war pictures, which he music, she affixes needles in passes around. each person’s ear. “It’s sweet because you get The first goes into the “spirit Vietnam guys talking with the gate” in the upper part of the Iraqi veterans. It’s sweet for ear, responsible for calming me to see how they support one anxiety and improving sleep. another. I just stand back and The second goes near the first, let them work their magic on into an area affecting the nervous system, which is involved in one another,” said Cody, who recently returned home to the the fight-or-flight response. Wood River Valley after 16 years Cody next inserts a needle in Anchorage, Alaska, where she into the part of the ear related founded the Alaska Acupuncture to the liver, which processes Association. anger and helps the person find Tobiah Mogavero, who spent balance. Another goes into the eight months in Iraq, said the part of the ear corresponding to acupuncture helps calm him. the kidneys, addressing courage, “It’s helped me sleep better, fear, moving forward and the too—to get through the stress. idea of taking the next step. She finishes with the part addressing Iraq is a pretty country. What’s left of it, anyways—it’s pretty the lungs located a third of the blown up. But I don’t think you way above the bottom of the ear. This addresses grief and sadness can ever know what you’re getting sent into when you go over and letting go. there and I definitely came back “I started this in April and with problems,” he said. “This somebody always shows up,” said helps calm me. It centers me. Cody, who holds a master’s deAnd it creates fellowship. People gree in Oriental medicine from get together to share experience. the Pacific College of Oriental I wouldn’t know any of these Medicine in San Diego and is people if I hadn’t come here.” certified through the National Cody says she’s happy to do Certification Commission of Acuwhat she can. puncture and Oriental Medicine. “These people have given so On this particular evening, much. This is a little thing I can five people have shown up, do to give back.” including an Iraqi vet, a couple twp

“The benefits are just amazing.”


January 26 with Health & Fitness