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When you stop to “smell the roses,” you are taking the time to enjoy life. This term, an idiom, is one which many of us should stop to consider in this age where information is available instantly with the push of a few computer keys or a smartphone application and we stay too busy and too connected! • Roses have been popular for their beauty and scents for thousands of years. Historical evidence has shown that cultivation of roses most likely started in China. • According to “The Ultimate Rose Bush.” There are three groups of roses: wild roses, old garden roses recognized and established before 1867, and hybrid or modern roses. Hybrids are created when two roses are cultivated to create a new variety or breed. Most new hybrids are bred to create great scents or for blooms that are longer lasting. • With the popularity of rose scents, it is no wonder that an idiom for slowing down in life was spoken many years ago. Rose gardens are great places to relax and reflect. • The White House Rose Garden is quite possibly the most photographed rose garden in the world. President John F. Kennedy started the tradition of holding ceremonies and media events in the garden close to the Oval Office in Washington, D.C. Roses were first planted there in 1913. In 1987, President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation naming the rose as the official National Floral Emblem of America. • Victoria, British Columbia, at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, on the western coast of Canada, is known as the City of Gardens. Not only does Victoria boast the presence of the beautiful Butchart Gardens, a National Historic Site, but it is also home to Hatley Park. Both have exquisite rose gardens. • Butchart Gardens has 55 acres (22 ha) of flowers with a rose garden among them. The rose garden was first planted in 1922. • Hatley Park, with landscaping design dating back to 1912, is home to Royal Roads University. The 565 acre (228 ha) estate has three showcase areas with a beautiful rose garden as one of the three. In the early days of the estate 100 gardeners were employed to tend the grounds. • The largest rose garden in Asia is in the “garden city” of Chandigarh, India. An annual rose festival is held at Dr. Zakir Hussain Rose Garden where more than 2,000 varieties of roses and 50,000 rose trees bloom annually. It covers 30 acres (12 ha). • Empress Josephine of France created the rose garden of her dreams in 18th century France. She was the wife of Napoleon Bonaparte and her real name was actually “Rose.” Josephine purchased the Château de Malmaison in 1799. The home and grounds changed hands many times but were donated to the state in 1906. It is now one of the many historical museums in Paris. • The oldest municipal rose garden in the United States is Elizabeth Park in West Hartford, Connecticut. Only two and a half acres (1 ha), there are about 15,000 roses of approximately 800 varieties. • Portland, Oregon is the home of the “oldest official continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States.” The International Rose Test Garden was founded in 1917. Portland is also the “City of Roses” and has been hosting the Portland Rose Festival for 105 years! • Whether you live near or far from roses and rose gardens, take some time to appreciate the sights and smells of beauty around you!

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American Legion Post 199 700 S. Mobile Street in Fairhope 251-928-9132 www.AmericanLegion199.com Legion Guitar Jams - Bring your guitar and join the fun - or just bring your friends for some great entertainment. Check the Legion Bar for Saturday Nite Jam hosts - Starts at 8 Each Tuesday is LADIES NITE with Drink Specials from 5-8p KARAOKE with MITCHELL LEE - Tuesdays 8pm Pirates Cove 6664 County Rd. 95 in Elberta 251-987-1224 www.piratescoveriffraff.com Gulf Shores American Legion Post 44 invites members, guests and the general public to enjoy dinner and dancing featuring music by Musicman & Co (Roger & Elaine Beasley) and Tuesday night Prime Rib, 5 to 7 with music until 8; Friday night Rib Eye Steak with music until 11 & a variety of short order food on Sunday’s 4 to 8 with music. Enjoy Spaghetti dinners on Wednesday 5 to 7 and televised sports every day. The post is located on Hwy 59, just south of County Rd 8; there is no cover charge. Live dance music by Musicman & Co is the best you’ll find on the coast, bar none. Call 948-6119 for more info. 6781 Hwy 59 Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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Coffee Break Events and Items of Interest in Baldwin County

• WIDOW TO WIDOW SUPPORT GROUP meets at the Summerdale First Baptist Church every 4th Sunday in the Fellowship Hall at 3 PM. Non-denominational grief support group with no cost. Look forward to meeting you and assisting with the pain and grief of your loss. Call Marilyn Crockett 251-677-0104 • Cruise-In at the Foley Sonic on the third Friday of each month. Classic, modern and antique cars are welcome. Walk around and visit 5-8:30pm. • The Delta Woods & Waters Expo, is an annual event sponsored by the City of Spanish Fort and held at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center. The expo showcases the amazing natural resources of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta while promoting responsible outdoor recreation and appreciation of our unique area. There will be many hands-on activities including the Marine Resources live animal touch tank, The Marine Police virtual jet ski, hunter safety and a virtual shooting range, a sea life exhibit by the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, a Boy Scout camp, nature photography lessons by photographer Fountain Howard (bring your camera), guided woodland nature walks and a red bellied turtle challenge. There will also be food, beverages, boat rides, recycling education, hiking tours, crafts and other kid-friendly activities. Join with us as we showcase the Mobile-Tensaw Delta and build community spirit through this fun and educational event. For more information visit call 251-626-4884. 3rd Annual Delta Woods & Waters Expo. “Discover the Delta” at 5 Rivers on the Causeway, April 30 2011, 9am – 4pm. • The Baldwin County Extension Office’s Master Environmental Education Program is now accepting applications for 2013/2014 volunteers. No previous teaching experience is required. Background check fee $10. Training and materials are provided at no additional cost. Volunteer instructors travel to schools within the county and present environmental education topics to students. Application deadline is June 1st. For more information, call 251-937-7176 or 943-5061/928-0860 ext 2222, visit www.aces.edu/Baldwin or email sml0020@aces.edu. • Bluegrass by the Tracks @ Wales West in Silverhill every Tuesday and Friday night 7pm-9pm, weather permitting. For more info, visit www.waleswest.com. • 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 www.moonlightchasse.com for more info. • 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. • Eastern Shore Fly Fishers meet every third Thursday of each month at 6:30pm @ Fairhope Yacht Club. For more info visit www.easternshoreflyfishers.com • Model Train exhibit @ Foley Railroad Museum every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10am-2pm. Visit www.foleyrailroadmuseum.com 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, 304 E. Rose Ave. Foley, 251-943-1877. MONDAYS - 9:30 Pinochle (bring a brown bag lunch); 10:00 Exercise with Loralea $1.00 for members & $2.00 for guests; 12:30-4:30 Duplicate Bridge; 1:30-4:00 Mexican Train Dominoes. TUESDAYS - Crochet 9:30 (1st & 2nd Tues); 2:00pm Chair Yoga W/ Loralea, $1.00 for members & $2.00 for guests; BINGO 2:00 (2nd Tues); Potluck 12:00 (Last Tues). WEDNESDAYS -8:00 Open Jam; 12:00 Party Bridge 1:00pm Line Dance With Marilyn; Square Dancing 2:30 $5.00 per person. THURSDAYS 8:00 Yoga with Loralea $1.00 for members $2.00 for guests; 9:00 Senior Travelers (2nd & 4th Thursdays); 9:30 Pinochle (bring a brown bag lunch); 1:00 exercise with Dr. Sam Graber $1.00 for members & $2.00 for non-members; 1:00-4:00 Open billiards. FRIDAYS - 9:00 Senior T.O.P.S. meeting; 9:00 Intermediate Tai Chi $1.00 members and $2.00 guests, 10:00 Beginner Tai-Chi $1.00 members and $2.00 guests. SATURDAYS -lst & 3rd Saturday Night Dance- Doors open at 6:00 and dance begins at 7:00. Music provided by Various bands. Cost is $5 for Foley Senior Center Members and $7 for non-members. April 9th Bingo with Paula Hoffman of community hospice. April 16th is Movie Madness at the Foley Library at 1pm we will be viewing Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis, cost is 50 cents please call or sign up to reserve your space. April 19th Lunch N Learn at 11:30. Soup & Salad fro $2 or brown bag it we will provide dessert and drinks. April 29th Shred it Day in city of Foley bring documents to be shredded to back of city hall between 3-5pm. April 30th Pot Luck the city will do ham, advisory board meeting following pot luck. Do you have an upcoming event you’d like to share in Coffee Break? Please email submissions to publisher@ tibditsbc.com at least two weeks in advance.

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Squinting, I motioned to him as I slowly approached. A woman was chatting him up and they were looking far too friendly for my liking. A few feet away, he finally came into focus. This was not my husband. Blushing and aware of my flirtatious wave and motions given only seconds before, I ducked behind the closest display.

I was done. I had smiled at so many strange men, I wasn’t sure if I was about to be picked up or adopted.

No, I’m not insinuating that he loses things. I lost him. For over twenty minutes. In one average-sized Safeway.

That’s when I caught a glimpse of him; I saw his back just as he turned the far end of the cereal aisle. My shoes slid across the polished floor as I skid towards him, being sure to not lose sight of my target. He was motoring and clearly looking for me as he did not stop; the Mario Andretti of the grocery store. For a moment, I eyed a can of black beans and thought about winging it in his direction.

Looking at the customer service desk, the thought occurred to me that public humiliation may be necessary. I could have them put out an announcement of a lost boy. As funny as that would be, it was a long walk back to the house; especially since we shop in the United States and live in Canada. Traveling across the border also renders our cell phones inoperable.

As we headed to the checkout, I realized that I needed to use the washroom before venturing home. I reminded my dear husband of certain sale prices that he needed to watch for as they rang up the groceries. Being a man who holds three degrees, I knew he could handle the job.

Huffing and puffing, I finally got up behind him. Thank God the stranger turned around just as I was about to grab his shoulder. To occupy my awkward hovering hand, I contemplated grabbing a bag of Depends on display right next to him, but instead pretended to wave to someone a few feet away.

Exiting the washroom a few minutes later, I walked back and forth across the front of the store checking each till. Now, I must confess that in a vain attempt to deny my age, I had left my glasses in the car. It’s not like I’m blind, I only require them for distance . . . like when I am driving, watching moviesor clearly, finding my man in a grocery store.

A kind and clearly flattered silver-haired-fox waved back.

by Lori Dixon

As I get older, I’m not as sharp as I used to be, but I’d like to believe I am a smart cookie nonetheless. Lately, however, my memory plays tricks on me and I spend a great deal of time looking for stuff. It’s not like I lose things, as that would mean they are . . . lost, but rather I just misplace things . . . temporarily. Like my husband.

Finally spotting him in the far end of the produce section, I muttered to myself, wondering what he was adding to the basket.

Sauntering back to the checkout aisles, I looked up and down the store one last time, straining my eyes and nervously grinning in sheer desperation. Who would have thought that dozens of greyhaired men spent their Sunday afternoons walking around Safeway stores in dark jackets? Whatever happened to a nice game of golf . . . or lawn darts?

What was the rule when lost? Was it wise to stay put so you can be found? Or is it more prudent to keep moving and actively search? But wait! Was I lost? Or was he?

When in doubt, go to a logical place to be found. Shrugging my shoulders I departed the store. Some miniature cookie thugs accosted me and strong-armed me into buying a box of Thin Mints. I told them that if a grey-haired gentleman came out and was looking a bit confused; to please send him to the coffee house next door. I had cookies. I had caffeine. Now it didn’t matter to me how long it took for us to find each other. I may not have three degrees like my husband, but I manage, even when we’re 180 degrees off course.

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strongest man on earth? Hercules, Samson, Obadiah, Thor 5. During the great flood, how many humans were on the ark (Gen. 7:13)? 2, 4, 6, 8 6. In Psalms 68:5 who is “father to the fatherless”? Oneself, Heaven, Fool, God

3, 7, 14 3. Who wrote in Proverbs 13:24, “He that spareth his rod hatest his son”? David, Solomon, Job, Ruth 4. From Judges 13-16, who was the

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GyroGym Fun at Fairhope American Legion

The American Legion in Fairhope held a community yard sale on March 30, 2013 and Don Prosch of GyroSpace had his GyroGym equipment, in both youth and adult sizes, on hand. Prosch took the adult GyroGym “for a spin” and demonstrated the techniques used for a slow, moderate and fast spin. GyroSpace is great fun and available for home, church and business parties. For more information, contact Don at 251-626-2240 or by email at gyrospace@bellsouth.net. You can also learn more on the web at www.gyrogym.com.

Photo: Registration Tent at Baldwin County Heritage Museum ’s First Annual Heritage Arts & Camellia Festival.

The Baldwin County Heritage Museum First Annual Heritage Arts & Camellia Festival (HACF) was held February 16, 2013 on the grounds of the museum. The 600 plus visitors enjoyed touring the museum, walking the camellia grove, watching demonstrations of how to make corn husk dolls, chair caning and blacksmithing, viewing antique tractors from the South Baldwin Antique Tractor and Engine Club, and listening to the musical performers. Plans are already underway for 2014 Festival. Mark your calendars for January 25, 2014 with a rain date of February 1, 2014. The HACF Committee is seeking more demonstrators for heritage arts and volunteers to help with this event. If you wish to be a demonstrator or vol-

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