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They have amazing clothing and feature a number of clothing and accessory lines with anythingfrom camouflage to everyday t-shirts. Outdoor Addiction even has the notorious SwampPeople shirts for less than fifteen bucks and items with brand names that include Summit, DuckDynasty, and Millennium. They have scopes, targets, live bait and firearms. The staff at Outdoor addiction is thorough and happy to help with meeting your individual needs and completing the steps required for firearm ownership. Outdoor Addiction always has some kind of sale goingon, so any time you stop in there you’re sure to find items at discounted prices. OutdoorAddiction is located at 707 D’Olive Street, right next to Hardees in BayMinette. You can contact them by phone at (251) 937-5282 or email at outdooraddiction@ Also, don’tforget to check them out on Facebook. This is definitely the place to go forall of your outdoor needs at competitive prices.

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The BCHM is at a critical juncture. It has survived two significant hurricanes, (Ivan and Katrina), an implosion of our economy with resulting crippling funding cutbacks, the BP Oil Spill and a continuing uncertain lackluster economy and outlook which understandably makes for very conservative spending. It is the effects from the latter that has had the most impact on the museum; both from a financial and an operational standpoint. Over the past two years we have been unable to makeup the 50% funding appropriation cut by the County Commission through our efforts to increase membership and public contributions. In today’s economy, we simply can’t depend on charitable contributions to be the only key for our sustainability. However, in spite of the cuts and slow economy the museum’s basic operational expense had been met prior to this year. This was due in part to the BP Settlement the museum received in 2011. However, all current operational funds for the museum will be exhausted before the year’s end and this will unfortunately soon prompt serious decisions regarding BCHM’s future.

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Although the name, Baldwin County Heritage Museum, results in many to assume that it is operated and funded by the County, to the contrary it has always been a private non-profit institution, free from the whim of politics and simply dedicated to its mission. And if it is to remain so, which I believe most of us would agree it should, then we need our citizens to step forward now with their financial support be it large or small. One dollar is just as important as ten, one hundred or even a thousand because often the most generous among us are those who often can least afford to give. Small amounts add up, plus all donations can be deducted from one’s taxes.

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However this support must include our business, government, and civic organizations because of the benefits which are derived from the historical and educational largess BCHM provides to all of its citizens. Additionally, the myriad of activities related to tourism so important to the business community and our tax base. After all, serving the visitors and citizens of Baldwin County to our best ability is a goal we jointly strive to meet. For those who cannot support the museum financially, the giving of your time if only for a few hours a month is also important. Museum volunteers are needed for everything from greeting the public to maintaining our exhibits and grounds, as well as restoring our vintage farm equipment. Garden devotees or clubs would be welcome to enhance the beauty of our grounds. Students are welcome to complete community service hours. We, have the tools, if you have the time and can travel. Another generous way to contribute would be to become a member of the museum. A tax free annual donation of $10 for an individual, $15 for a family household and $200 for a lifetime membership would greatly help in our effort to build a solid financial foundation and enable BCHM to continue to be a part of Baldwin County’s future and most importantly its children’s future. Museums serve all communities and reach diverse audiences. They are educational providers and community anchors with a greater need today than any time in the past. The Baldwin County Heritage Museum is not an elaborate place of fine art and antiques, nor does it compare with those great museums or humanitarian institutions which have supporters of wealth who provide large financial endowments in exchange for recognition or other altruistic motives. Rather it is a place like Grandma and Grandpa’s house where both parents and children can come to learn about and see many of the daily items used by their grandparents or ancestors. It is the safeguard of those things that were a part of so many Baldwin County families, most now lost or unfortunately thrown away, which is the reason BCHM was created and exists today. I should STORE think it too would also be worthy of an endowment by those whom I trust will someday come forward in support, HOURS: because they also believe it is worthy of existence and do not wish it to become what it was setup to preserve...a Mon-Sat memory of the past.

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American Legion Post 199 700 S. Mobile Street in Fairhope 251-928-9132 Where the public is always welcome! Legion Guitar Jams – Friday Jams start at 7pm August 10th Bellus Sanus – ‘Beautiful Sound’ with Emily & Tilley August 17th Roger Fleshman and the Fairhope Freestyle Drum Circle August 24th Mark Bintliff, the Big Boss with the Hot Sauce! August 31st Bruce Jones (folk, rock and pop) September 7th Craig & Jeremy September 13th, 14th and 15th L.A. SONGWRITERS’ FESTIVAL Lillian’s Café 33925 US Hwy. 98 in Lillian 251-962-7654 August 10th Grayson Capps 8pm August 11th Pickers in the Round hosted by Cliff Collier 11am, T-Bone & Mark Sherrill 4pm, TBA 9pm August 12th Jim St. James 7pm August 13th Hillbilly Savant 6pm August 14th Karaoke w/ J.W. 7pm August 15th Jon Cook 7pm Pirates Cove 6664 County Rd. 95 in Elberta 251-987-1224 August 11th Kelly Poole and the Swingset 7pm August 18th Kelly Poole and the Swingset 7pm August 25th Foxy Iguanas 7pm Send your music Schedule to to get it posted here!

For Any and All Distribution Needs or Questions Please Call (251) 229-4519 • August 8, 2012 Old Armory Mall If you’re in the market for antiques, gifts, collectables and books Old Armory Mall in Foley is a great place to browse and shop. You’re very likely to find some rare or unusual items while you’re in the mall, with many items that are decades old. For the modern day antique enthusiast or “picker” you’ll find all sorts of items from small collectables to large furniture pieces. Mall owners Eunice Ray and Myrtle and Larry Seales have been in the business for 20 years and feel they have the best prices and friendliest staff in the area. Sellers often have discounted items from 10% to 70% off and you are sure to find a bargain. Dealer space is currently available and Ruth, the mall manager, is eager to assist in answering questions and providing information on space rental. Old Armory Mall is located at 812 N. McKenzie Street in Foley. Their hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday 1pm – 5pm. You can reach them by phone at 251-943-7300.

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•August 10th @ 7pm, Legion Guitar Jams at American Legion Post 199 in Fairhope, where the public is always welcome. Bring your guitar and join the fun or just come out for music, refreshments and fun. Special guests Bellus Sanus. • August 11th Blacksmith Demonstrations and Instructions at Bicentennial Park @ 51233 State Hwy. 225 (2 miles North of I-65) in Stockton, 9am – 4pm. Admission is free. • August 11th Canoe/Kayak on Juniper Creek. Canoe and Kayak the beautiful Juniper Creek in Santa Rosa county. Meet at Indian Ford Rd Bridge at 10 am. Take Milton Exit 31 on I-10, head north on Hwy 87 for 1.5 mi. and turn right on Hwy 90. Travel 5.7 miles east to Deaton Bridge Rd. and turn left. Travel 5.5 mi. and turn lefton Indian Ford Rd. Travel 1.7 mi. to bridge.   Event Hosts are John Hooten 334-858-6448 and Matthew Cooper 816-916-5756 or sign up in Choctawhatchee Chapter meetup site • August 15th Annual Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation Professional Rodeo, 8 pm @ the Foley Horse Arena. • New Hurricane App brings American Red Cross Safety information to Smart Phones and the “I’m Safe”feature lets people alert their loved ones with the push of a button. The free app is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for Android. • The 8th Annual L.A. Songwriters’ Festival is announced for Sept. 13, 14 and 15th. Come see some great live musical acts. Admission is $15.00 per day and all proceeds benefit The Haven in Fairhope, a no kill animal shelter. For more information visit • North Baldwin Community Concerts will have a Bake Sale fundraiser booth at Market Days on Sept. 22nd and Oct. 27th, 7am – until @ Blackburn Park, East 1st St. and North Hoyle Ave. in Bay Minette. • Alabama Gulf Coast Chamber is in need of volunteers for SEC Beachfest. All volunteers will receive 2 free tickets, a t-shirt and a meal. Volunteer selection is based on interest and qualification. Please visit to register. • October 20th Elsanor Community Yard Sale @ the Community Center. $15.00 to rent a table for your items. There will be lots of kids’activities. Proceeds go toward the purchase of uniforms for children in need. For more info, contact Carol at 251-942-1370. • Steak Dinner at American Legion Post 44 on Gulf Shores Pkwy. Ribeye steak dinner $11.00 every Friday night 5-7pm. Live music to follow until 11pm. • Bluegrass by the Tracks @ Wales West in Silverhill every Tuesday and Friday night 7pm-9pm, weather permitting. For more info, visit • Moonlight Chasse’ Ballroom Dance Society meets the first and third Monday of each month @ Fitzpen Place in Spanish Fort at 7pm. Dance Lessons 7-7:30pm, Salsa, Cha Cha, Swing, Rumba, Waltz, etc. 7:30-10pm. Visit for more info.

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• Peaceful, Concerned Citizens Wanting Better Government Open Meeting, every Tuesday at 6:30pm at the Fairhope Public Library. Call 251-298-7899 or 251-942-7829 for more info. • Friends and Family of Addicts/Alcoholics meet every Thursday 6-8pm at The Shoulder in Daphne. Please call 251-626-2199. • Model Train exhibit @ Foley Railroad Museum every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10am-2pm. Visit www. for more info. • Senior Adult Fun and Fitness every Monday and Thursday @ 3pm at The First Baptist Church of Bay Minette. Call 251-937-9536 for more info. • Foley Senior Center Events: Weds -Acoustic Open Jam 8am, Party Bridge 12pm, Water Aerobics 11am, Line Dance 1pm. Thurs – Pinochle 9:30am, Exercise/Zumba 1pm, Chair Yoga 2pm, Water Aerobics 6pm. Fri – TOPS 9am, Tai Chi Adv. 9pm, Beg. 10am, Water Aerobics 11am, Hand & Foot 1pm, Open cards and games follow. Mon – Pinochle 9:30am, Exercise/Zumba 10am, Water Aerobics 11am, Duplicate Bridge 12:30pm, Mexican Train Dominoes 1:30pm. Tues – Croghet & Knitting 9:30pm, Chair Yoga 2pm, Bingo 2pm, Water Aerobics 6pm. Do you have an upcoming event you’d like to share in Coffee Break? Please email submissions to at least two weeks in advance.

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CALL FROM THE WIZARD OF OZ [A story that has touched the hearts and captured the imagination of millions is “The Wizard of Oz.” These are just my thoughts on its most important lesson.] Somewhere this side of the rainbow we seem to have lost or misplaced our sense of adventure. We take no risks, upset no apple carts, ask no embarrassing questions, and express no doubts that we have all the answers. We play it safe, stuff our brains with clichés, and don’t dare go into unfamiliar territory. Every mystery must be solved. Every movie must have a satisfactory ending. Every song must resolve into a major chord. Every book must have an epilogue that ties up all loose ends. We want it neat and tidy with nothing left out of place. I have come to believe that the neatly packaged life is no life at all, and neatly packaged faith is no faith at all, and certainly I should know that the neatly packaged god is no god at all. If you can answer all the questions and explain all the difficulties about God, you had better get you a bigger one because the one you have is not God. Author Brennan Manning says in “Ruthless Trust” that truth cannot be left in the hands of theologians and purely logical people, but that we must “bring in the artists, the mystics, and the clowns.” They are here to remind you and me that life is to be enjoyed; that chances are worth taking, that we will never get it all figured out, and that it is okay that we are not controlling things.

The artists teach us that God is the author of all beauty, and He delights in His creation. The mystics show us that truth is found not so much in proposition as in experience. The clowns illustrate to us that God is not an uptight and angry bookkeeper, but is adventurous, passionate, creative, fascinating, and (dare I say it?) fun! How did we ever learn to make the truth about God sound so boring? I came from a background where I was taught to be “consistent.” I was supposed to learn to be predictable and traditional, to always try to “fit in.” No more! Now I am learning, growing, and changing, and I really don’t plan to stop! In the process I will sometimes be wrong about things, but it is a risk I am willing to take, because the alternative is to stagnate and die. Sometimes I tell people that if they only want to hear what they already believe, we could have all stayed home! Usually they listen and consider what is said, and then if it isn’t good they can set me straight. I have no desire to be a heretic. Frederick Buechner writes that “the killjoys, the phonies, the nitpickers, the holier-than-thous, the loveless and cheerless and irrelevant” are the ones who are quick to claim that they know all of the truth they need to know. Then he adds this remarkable sentence: “When Jesus is asked who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven, He reaches into the crowd and pulls out a CHILD…. and says unless you can become like that, don’t bother to ask!” I believe that somewhere deep within your soul and mine there is

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a child like Dorothy; who still listens for another voice - a different voice - and faintly feels a longing to go beyond what we can see and understand and explain. We intuitively know that there is more meaning to our lives than to just survive and succeed on the surface. We are scarecrows desiring a brain... tin men in need of a heart... and lions who desperately want to become brave. We’re looking for the yellow brick road, and we need something or somebody to help us to find it, and, once we have found it, to stay on it. We know that it’s a terrifying endeavor, a very scary trip. When we leave our comfort zone, and no longer can settle for “business as usual” in our lives, anything could happen. There have been times I have glimpsed past the rainbow and turned back because I was afraid to go. But the call would not go away. I hope and pray that it never will. If you are still breathing, that means that there still are more adventures ahead for you. There are people to meet and to help, there are things to learn, and there are places to go, sights to see, battles to be fought, and tears to be shed. All of this is good, because it means you still alive. Once you leave Kansas there are really no experts to be found. We are all walking by faith and often stumble and fall. But the call that Dorothy heard, and the call that we hear, is not a call to go away. [ Condensed from “Broken Roads to Grace” by Jim Lee. For more information or to buy the book, go to , or call Jim at (251) 510-7141 ]

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