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POW/MIA Freedom (race) Car appearance

Marion American Legion Post 298 June 9th 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm 625 31th Street. Marion, IA

Team Johnson MotorSports will have racing memorabilia such as caps, t-shirts, and posters for sale. Driver Jerick Johnson will sign cards for the public. The Legion Post will have hamburgers, chips and drinks for sale. Public is welcome.

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Live concert, decadent desserts & silent auction benefiting the Tumanini Primary School in Karatu, Tanzania

An Evening with Friends Thursday June 30th 7pm

127 Cottage Grove SE, Cedar Rapids, IA Ron DeWitte and Lynne Rothrock join SPT Theatre Company members Doug Elliott, Gerard Estella, Janelle Lauer and Jane Pini in presenting this outdoor concert to benefit resident prgrams at Kingston Hill. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. Call 319-364-2342 or visit www.kingston-hill.com to order your tickets today!

• Can you talk afterwards? The World Stinging Nettle Challenge is held at The Bottle Inn in Marshwood, Dorset, U.K., every year as part of a charity beer festival. Competitors come from all over the world to see how many nettle leaves they can eat off two stalks in an hour’s time. The bare stalks are measured, and the winner is the one with the greatest accumulated length. It takes skill and endurance to chew and swallow the leaves and not blister the tongue. •

You shouldn’t be asleep for this one! Bed Racing is a sport enjoyed by the people of North Yorkshire Town in the United Kingdom who hold the annual Knaresborough Bed Race. Competitors race beds in teams of six, plus one on the bed. The bed has to run on four wheels and must also float. The race is 1 mile long with five up-hill climbs leading to a final challenge of crossing a river.

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$110.00 peer shooter, includes ten station sporting clays, course, 100 targets, shells and great lunch/prizes and a fun filled day! Flurry shoot will also be available. Proceeds benefit Scouting in Eastern Iowa through the Hawkeye Area Council.

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• Ferret Legging is a male-only competition that started in Yorkshire, England, and is now held at the Richmond Highland Games & Celtic Festival in Richmond, Virginia. Men compete with one another by trapping two live ferrets in their pants. The pants must be tied at the ankle and secured at the waist with a belt to prevent the ferrets from escaping. The animals cannot be sedated and must have a full set of teeth. No filing or blunting of teeth is allowed. After the ferrets are secure in the trousers, the competitors stand in front of the judges. The winner is the man who can last the longest. There are two important additional rules to Ferret Legging: The ferrets must have free access from one leg of the trousers to the other, and no underwear can be worn! The current record stands at 5.5 hours. Massage TherapisT

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Please join us in gathering items for the victims of the recent tornado that devastated the people of Joplin, MO. They have lost everything they own, so as a community lets come together to help those who have lost everything.

Treasurer, Kessler, Rapids Ret. Police Department, Ret. Treasurer, Joel Kessler, Cedar Joel Rapids PoliceCedar Department,

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We are taking baby items, bottled water, household items, non-perishable food, toilet paper, paper towels, hygiene products, diapers, wipes, and many other items the William Century J. Elam, Investigations President, Century Investigations William J. Elam, President, people can use to start to get their lives back in order. If you are able to help please drop your items off at any of the following locations. Dependable Repair 431 5th Ave SW Cedar Rapids, IA 319-365-0470

Performance Concepts 1075 Lyons Ln. Contact Heidi for more information: Marion, IA 319-365-0470 319-373-5321

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WEIRD PASTIMES (continued): • Witcham in Cambridgeshire, England, hosts an annual Pea Shooting contest where the competition is fierce! Contestants shoot a pea 12 feet through a 12-inch tube towards a 12-inch target. Pea shooting recently moved into the 21st century with laser-guided shooters. • Wife Carrying started in Finland and is now played all over the world. In this race, male competitors run a 278-yard track with two dry obstacles and one water obstacle while carrying their wife on their back. PAGE The 2 FILLER fastest time wins. 1Q08 The wife must 1 weigh WEEK at least 30 - JAN 108DEC pounds and 5 may be carried piggyback, fireman’s carry or Estonian style, where the wife hangs upside-down with her legs around the PRESENTS husband’s shoulders, holding onto his waist. The prize is the wife’s weight in beer.

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WEIRD PASTIMES (continued): • Big crowds regularly attend the Great Christmas Pudding Race held in London’s Covent Garden’s West Piazza. It is a relay event where teams in fancy dress negotiate a challenging 164-yard obstacle course while carefully balancing a dish of Christmas pudding on a tray. The race supports cancer research in the U.K. • The ancient sport of shin-kicking is part of the annual Cotswold Olimpicks. The goal of shinkicking is to kick your opponent as hard as you can in the shins. Each time your opponent falls to the ground you earn a point. The winner is the person with the highest score in the best of three rounds. Competitors are encouraged to pad their legs with as much straw as possible. • The World Toe Wrestling Competition started in 1976, and it has made it to the big time in the adult sporting world. Competitors face each other toe-to-toe across a “toedium,” where they lock their big toes together and try to force their opponent’s foot to the ground. Organizers of the sport applied for its inclusion in the Olympic Games, but it was not accepted. • Extreme Ironing is a dare-devilish sport that combines the dangerous and exciting with the dull and mundane. Participants call themselves “ironists.” They take their ironing board, iron and some wrinkled clothes to extreme places and set to work. Individuals and teams participate in world competitions to set new records for ironing clothes underwater, hanging off cliffs, on top of moving vehicles, even near the top of Mount Everest. Photographs are taken for proof.

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• Maltese: These tiny spaniels are easy to identify thanks to their long, silky coats. The American Kennel Club groups them with other “Toy Dogs” like Pugs and Banquets Yorkshire • Meetings Terriers. • Special Occasions 20 Feline Minutesaficionados From Cedar Rapids and Iowa City also use the term Maltese to describe cats that have a similarly silky, gray6 blue coat. • Colombian: This term means different things to different people, depending on how you get your “jones.” Narcotics dealers may refer to their products as Colombian, although the actual source is often unknown. Luckily, the majority of us prefer a bit of legal Colombian, as in the coffee grown in the South American nation. The prevalence of coffee shops throughout America is proof enough that many of us just can’t get along in the morning without a hot cup of Colombian. • Chinese: The generic term “chinese” now represents types of food that are very different from the meals that are (or ever were) served in China. That said, the same argument could be made about what we consider “American” food. Hamburgers? Ice cream? Hot dogs? Pizza? Our national favorites seem to have originated everywhere except in the United States! Information in the Tidbits® Paper is gathered from sources considered to be reliable, but the accuracy of all information cannot be guaranteed.

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