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A merry little Christmas Celebrates old and new traditions By KAREN BOSSICK
ou can’t walk around Sun Valley these days without hearing the Sun Valley Carolers singing “It Happened in Sun Valley.” And it’s still happening in Sun Valley. After a weekend chock full of rail jams, ski fashion shows and Christmas tree lightings, Sun Valley continues its Christmas week activities. Here are some of the highlights: Tonight—Sun Valley’s longtime Funny Man Mike Murphy will share his latest wry take on the world at 6
tonight in Sun Valley’s Boiler Room. The show is free. Doors open at 5 for those who would like to get a bite to eat and wet their whistle beforehand. Thursday The third annual Classical Christmas Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Sun Valley Opera House. It will feature two 35- to 45-minute sets and will include complementary coffee, cocoa, tea and truffles. Directed and arranged by R.L. Rowsey, it will feature tenor John Mauldin, soprano Leslie Mauldin and soprano Celena Shafer, a Utah opera singer who has performed throughout the nation and abroad. “John is one of the best-kept vocal secrets in the Valley—and I get to sing with him,” said Rowsey, the mu-
sic director for Company of Fools. This year’s concert will also feature Paul Tillotson, a New York City jazz pianist who came to Sun Valley for two weeks 12 years ago, and extended his stay every year until he decided he loved Sun Valley too much to leave. There will also be a trio of children who will sing “I Wonder as I Wander” with the two professional sopranos. And there will be an appearance by the Sun Valley Carolers. The Hatvani Chamber Ensemble of Boise will accompany the singers. “We’ll play some very familiar standards, such as ‘Silent Night,’ along with ‘Ave Maria,’ and some solo Danny Spangler’s Ice is Nice carved a number of ice sculptures outside the Sun Valley Inn, including this one which features continued, page 15 Christmas ornaments inside the ice. Photo: KAREN BOSSICK/TWP
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Honor Roll: Fall Term 2010. The following students have earned a grade point average of 3.34 or better: Ninth Grade: Taylor Adler, Jolie Blair, Chloe Chrysikopoulos, Hannah Dies, Whitney Engelmann, Katie Feldman, Jordan Fitzgerald, Erin Hennessy, Caroline Jones, Ethan Kjesbo, Nick Krekow, Lena Perenchio, Arielle Rawlings, Sam Rogers, Devon Sherrerd Tenth Grade: Maddie Caraluzzi, Sofia DeWolfe, Taylor Figge, Cameron Jenner, Ben Kanellitsas, Zach Lewis, Zach Lindahl, Ella Marks, Shayna Moellenberg, Paige Riedinger, Hannah Robideaux, Logan Shipley, Colton Sholtis, Maranda Stopol, Ellie Swanson Eleventh Grade: Morgan Atkinson, Camille Bourret, Sophia Carkonen, Tom Crosby, Reta Flynt, Cooper Hanley, Tim Kanellitsas, Meredith Pintler, Isobel Pollock, Henry Rickbeil, Gray Riedinger, Eric Runkel, Averell Tian, Colin Waycott Twelfth Grade: Tate Boley, Chelsea Cloud, Zana Davey, Julie Doan, India Emerick, Bryce Ervin, Bria Gillespie, Natalie Goddard, Eric Griffith, Kelly Hennessy, Kyla Jarrett, Zoey Olbum, Annie Pokorny, Daniela Stokes, Emily Williams
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BY KAREN BOSSICK Pies are flying out of the woodworkâ€”or, at least, the ovensâ€”for the SV5B Swim Teamâ€™s Pie Auction this afternoon on the lower level of Giacobbi Square. Mountain bike champion Rebecca Rusch said sheâ€™s gone so far as to practice baking her marionberry torte. And cross-country ski champion Muffy Ritz even chipped in, donatingâ€”you guessed itâ€”a Ritz pie! Others are donating everything from key lime to pumpkin. The pies will be auctioned off in a Pie Sale and Silent Auction from noon to 2 p.m. today in the lower level of Giacobbi Square. A live auction for the super-deluxe, one-of-a-kind pies will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. The proceeds will help defray traveling costs for the swim team.
St. Lukeâ€™s Wood River staff awarded
St. Lukeâ€™s Wood River is pleased to announce that Janell Jackson, Dana Ayala and Natalie Perez have earned the Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) credential. The National Association of Healthcare Access Management established this certification to promote the highest standards of patient access services. Patient access services professionals provide quality services in registration and all of its support processes to patients, providers, and payors through the continuum of care. In order to receive this credential, candidates must meet eligibility requirements and take the CHAA examination. The examination was developed based on a thorough study of the scope of practice and current state of knowledge in patient access services. St. Lukeâ€™s Clinicâ€“Hailey is the first physician clinic in St. Lukeâ€™s Health System where staff members have obtained this certification. More physician clinic staff is scheduled to take the exam later next year. â€œThe goal is to have all St. Lukeâ€™s Clinic staff credentialed in 2011,â€? noted Terri Hunter, St. Lukeâ€™s Clinic-Hailey manager. â€œThis is important to the community because the CHAA elevates professional standards, enhances individual performance, and designates individuals that demonstrate the knowledge essential in patient access services at the front line staff level.â€?
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Wood River Dreaming By JIMA RICE
‘Twas the holiday eve and aside the Big Wood the deer and the elk and the antelope stood. Beavers and muskrats raced otters to shore among siskins, bald eagles and widgeons galore. The new snow lay pillowed, white and serene, as the still shapes of pine trees arched over the scene. Out from their dens came the lumbering bears; the wolves flew before them, outracing their cares. The bobcat and cougar, the geese and the grouse, raccoons and badgers, a sweet little mouse, sheep with curled horns and goats with long hair, even a lynx, exceedingly rare. The group circled ‘round, except for the fox, who shivered and whined he’d forgotten his socks. The rabbit hopped forward and turned to the crowd, “I’d like to start,” she bleated quite loud. “The humans are worried, their world is upset, by war and job losses and mountains of debt.” The crowd murmured softly, they’d felt it all year: people’s sadness and struggle, confusion and fear. “Mother Earth gives us breath and the simplest of lives,” said the moose. “We are blessed,” claimed the owl, always wise. The mink skittered forward and called for a prayer; the mouse said, “I’ll do it,” and hopped onto the bear. With a quiver of pleasure, his head lifted high, the mouse nobly called: “Mother Earth, Father Sky, and all woodland creatures, we stand in this glen to pray for the two-leggeds, our cousins and friends. “Give them peace in their hearts and grace in their minds, a love for themselves and for all their own kind. Help them cherish the gifts of their own special ways and honor with pleasure each minute and day. “Bless their wishes and wants, their dreams for their lives; show them the way to become infinitely wise. Let their future bring mirth and perspective anew, joy and prosperity, and happiness, too.” “Amen,” said the creatures. They reverently stood, before turning for home in the mountains and woods. “Nature’s blessings,” they whispered, and echoes flew thither, to bring peace, hope, and love to the folks of Wood River.
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Happy Holidays to all!!!!! briefs Mountain Rides runs regularly-scheduled Valley service over the holidays Mountain Rides Transportation Authority announces that it will operate its regularly-scheduled Valley Route bus service between Bellevue/Hailey and Ketchum/Sun Valley during the holiday period this year. Christmas Eve (12/24/10) and New Year’s Eve (1/31/10) will operate on the normal weekday schedule and Christmas Day (12/25/10) and New Year’s Day (1/1/11) will operate as normal weekend service. Mountain Rides Transportation
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Bellaâ€™s story, one of hope From Italy with Love
By KAREN BOSSICK
hen Bella, the â€œItalian terrier,â€? immigrated from Italy to the United States seven years ago, her story made the front page of the Wood River Journal. After all, itâ€™s not every day that a year-old homeless dog goes from begging outside a ristorante to living in luxury in Sun Valley, Idaho. Now Bellaâ€™s rescuers have written a book about her story. And sheâ€™s getting pretty good at autograph parties as a result. Bella will show up for yet another autograph party from 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday at Iconoclast Books in Ketchum. There will be a book reading, perhaps accompanied by a few little woofs, at 4:30 p.m. â€œFrom Italy with Love: A Homeless Italian Street Dog Comes to America,â€? is based on the true story of four Sun Valley women who took a trip to Italy, picking up a little homeless dog as a souvenir. â€œWe stopped at a gas station to ask for directions and we spotted the cutest little dog, but we thought she belonged to the gas station attendant,â€? said Terry Tischer, who wrote the book with Lyn Stallard. â€œBut we couldnâ€™t get her out of our minds and then we began wondering if she was homeless since she didnâ€™t have a collar.â€? The women managed to find their way back to the gas station and, sure enough, the dog was theirs for the asking. They named her â€œBellaâ€?â€”Italian for beautiful.
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ronment created by Guggenheim Fellow Charles Lindsay using the latest in digital imaging technology. Groups and individuals desiring tours at other times or in Spanish should call 208-726-9491 to make special arrangements in advance. For more information, call the Sun Valley Center for the Arts at 208-726-9491, ext. 10, or visit www.sunvalleycenter. org.
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Terry Tischer and Helcia Graf share a moment with Bella and Bellaâ€™s new autobiography following a book-reading by Page Kluneâ€”in an Italian accent, no less. Photo: KAREN BOSSICK/TWP
They gave her a bath, fed her, pampered her with toys they picked up at a pet store and then took her on a train trip through Italy. That almost didnâ€™t happen, though, because they accidentally asked for a ticket for a â€œvacca,â€? which is cow in Italian. Thoroughly smitten with Bella by this time, the group, which included former â€œArchitectural Digestâ€? editor Rosemary Gilman, applied for a visa for Bella. It came a little easier than the train ticket since they used the word â€œcaneâ€? (dog) this time. And soon Bella was in her â€œnew forever homeâ€? with Helcia Graf, the only one who didnâ€™t own a dog. Itâ€™s a good life for a little dog, Tischer and Graf are happy to point out. Bella nibbles on beef burgundy that her new owner, who used to own A Matter of
Taste restaurant, prepares. And she gets lots of waves from tourists as she drives through town wearing red doggles in her ownerâ€™s red Jeep and yellow doggles in the â€™69 Jaguar. Tischer said the women wrote the book at the encouragement of others. â€œThe story is so unbelievable,â€? they said. And, after a little prodding, Graf, who has painted several commissioned art pieces, did the illustrations. Proceeds from the sale of the book go to the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley. Books will also be donated to 300 children at the Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Los Angeles. â€œAfter all, Bella symbolizes hope and love,â€? said Tischer.
The Blaine County Recreation District will be offering its popular Recess from School program for youth in firstgrade through fifth-grade during the December winter break. The program will take place at the Community Campus in Hailey from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Recess from School is a great way for youth to make the most of their time off from school. The Rec. District has planned many fun-filled activi-
ties including ice skating, swimming, a snowshoe adventure, sledding, fun outdoors, and a holiday celebration. The cost of the program is $30 per day. Pick-up and drop-off is at the Community Campus in Hailey. Bring a sack lunch and appropriate clothing and footwear each day. Contact the Blaine County Recreation District at 208-578-2273 for more information.
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