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No, Tidbits isn’t laughing about anything –we’re just bringing you all kinds of terms that begin with har-! • That comic jester dressed in a diamond-patterned robe, tights, and mask is known as a harlequin. This nimble clown has been performing his acrobatics and occasional magic tricks since the 11th century. The romance novel publishing company that took the name of Harlequin was founded in 1949 by a Canadian businessman. Today, the Toronto-based company publishes novels in 31 languages on six continents, with offices in Japan, Australia, Sweden, Spain, Greece, Brazil, and Turkey, among many others. Since its founding, more than six billion books have been sold. • The distinctive sound of the harmonica is achieved by blowing air into the instrument’s reed chambers. Each chamber has multiple reeds of varying sizes that vibrate when air is blown in or drawn out. Longer reeds will produce deep lower sounds, while the short reeds make higher pitches. The harmonica was developed in Europe in the early 1800s. • The prestigious Harvard University is America’s oldest institution of higher learning, established in 1636. It takes its name from an English clergyman, John Harvard, who was the first significant benefactor of the college, bequeathing his 400-volume library and half of his estate upon his death in 1638. The library’s humble beginnings have grown to the largest academic library in the United States. Eight U.S. presidents have graduated from Harvard, as well as 62 living billionaires. If you’re planning to attend this year, plan on handing over close to $55,000 for the tuition and related fees. • What are you eating if you’re dining on haricot vert? Green beans! Haricot translates from the French word for “beans” and vert means “green.” French cut green beans are longer and thinner and more tender. • In 1901, 21-year-old William S. Harley drafted a blueprint of an engine designed to fit into a bicycle. Two years later, he and his partner Arthur Davidson offered the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle to the public, working out of a 10 x 15-foot wooden shed. Their first dealer opened for business the following year in Chicago. In 1906, their new factory was erected, measuring 28 x 80 feet. About 20,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycles were used by the U.S. Army during World War I, with half of the company’s production during those years sold to the military. This year, the company expects to ship more than a quarter million motorcycles worldwide. • A person described as harum-scarum lacks a sense of responsibility and behaves in a reckless manner. It’s also the name of a 1965 Elvis Presley musical film, in which the King plays a kidnapped American in the Middle East who is recruited by a group of assassins. Elvis’ 24th album by the same name was released that year. • If you’re familiar with the terms picot and Kloster block, you may be an experienced embroiderer. These stitches are performed on hardanger fabric, a woven cotton material, typically with 22 stitches per inch. The technique is thought to have its origins in ancient Persia. A picot is a decorative loop achieved by twisting the thread around the needle. Kloster blocks consist of five parallel satin stitches.

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American Legion Post 199 700 S. Mobile Street in Fairhope 251-928-9132 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 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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Tidbits of Baldwin County Distributed Weekly, February 20 & 27 of 2013, For Your Sales & Marketing Needs Call 251-504-0149 Carz on Credit in Roberertsdale is not new to the community, however they do have a new location at 23770 Highway 59. The retail automobile sales dealership offers a large selection of vehicles that fit anyone’s budget and, in March, they will celebrate their relocation with a “Grand Re-Opening Sale”. Carz on Credit has a friendly, knowledgeable and professional sales team that is eager to help you in purchasing your next car. From base model domestics to fully loaded imports, you are sure to find a vehicle that suits your wants and needs. The dealership offers in-house financing as well as bank financing and has the ability to modify payment plans and work with customers in order to meet their financing needs. This allows them the ability to virtually sell EVERYONE a car. Carz on Credit sells quality vehicles for every budget. Customers are often surprised by the “big city” selection while enjoying the “small town” feel of the sales team and staff. Be sure to shop Carz on Credit for your next vehicle. They are located at 23770 Hwy. 59 in Robertsdale and their dealership hours are Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 10am3pm. You can visit their inventory online at or reach them by phone at 251-947-4444.

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Coffee Break Events and Items of Interest in Baldwin County

• Dauphin Way United Appeal Fund Golf Tournament @ Spring Hill Golf Course, Saturday, March 9, 2013 – 7:00 AM, Lunch is included. All proceeds benefit the Benevolent Ministry of Dauphin Way as well as the scholarship fund for the Dauphin Way Child Development Center. We are looking for sponsors and golf teams. Registration forms may be obtained by calling 342-3456. • 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. • GULF SHORES AMERICAN LEGION POST 44. 6781 GULF SHORES PKWY, GULF SHORES. 948-6110. MEMBERS, GUESTS & GENERAL PUBLIC WELCOME. Gulf Shores American Legion Post 44, located on Hwy 59 just south of County Rd 8, is open for members, guests and the general public 7 days a week. Bring your friends and family and hang out in a friendly setting, with or without TV. Or schedule your group of up to 50 people to meet in our private meeting room. Monday Night Bingo – 6 until. Tuesday night enjoy a prime rib dinner with live music - 5 – 8; Wednesday enjoy a Spaghetti dinner - 5 to 7, Thursday Morning Bingo – 10 until, Friday night enjoy a steak dinner with live music – 5 – 11, Saturday Sports T/V, Sunday – Sports T/V and at 4 – 8 pm, enjoy short order food with live. There is no cover charge unless advertised otherwise. Live dance music by Musicman & Co is the best you’ll find on the coast, bar none. Call 948-6119 for more info. • 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. • 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 • Model Train exhibit @ Foley Railroad Museum every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10am-2pm. Visit 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. • Prom is quickly approaching and every girl should be able to have a great experience. Emily’s Closet Prom Dress Giveaway will be held on Saturday, March 9, from 9am-12pm at the ALFA Federation Building on Highway 59 in Robertsdale. Dress donations are also being collected for this event. Do you have an upcoming event you’d like to share in Coffee Break? Please email submissions to publisher@ at least two weeks in advance.



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Chasing the Carrot? By Toni Babcock Perfectionism for the Christian can be a dangerous personality trait, especially if it spawns an unhealthy relationship with the law of God as pertains to grace. Add “people-pleaser” to the equation and you’ve got John Bunyan’s slough of despond ready to sink Christian in a morass of self-doubt and spiritual defeat. Or liken the perfectionist as one peddling a treadmill to nowhere with a dangling carrot hanging just beyond his reach. The Apostle Paul found himself on such a treadmill. He takes the reader along in his failed pursuit of holiness in Romans chapter 7, and then onto his ultimate claim to victory in Romans chapter 8, realized through his identification with Christ (Romans 7:24-8:1 KJV). The Holy Spirit used what might have been a negative experience in Paul’s life to instill a deep and lasting work of sanctifying grace. Being a former “Pharisee of the Pharisees”, Paul had all the potential to become a perfectionist Christian, wounded and wretched, and peddling against the law of sin and death in pursuit of the “carrot”. God had other plans. He used Paul’s inner strife to convince him that without the power of God he could never get off that treadmill.

It must have been a mind bending revelation for Paul to conclude that even in all his religiosity, he was still essentially powerless and a failure in the pursuit of holiness. As you read Paul’s epistles it becomes clear that his experience in Romans chapter 7 and 8 became the catalyst that formed his systematic theology as well as catapulted his success as a preacher, an evangelist, and a church planter. Thanks to the saving grace of the gospel, the Apostle Paul learned how to relate to the law of God as a schoolmaster that pointed him to Jesus, not an interloper that held him hostage, (Galatians 3:23-25 KJV). He understood when Jesus called him to repent, Jesus also called him to believe, for faith was the key that unlocked the door to repentance. In this way repentance complimented the gospel of Christ without competing with the One who is All and does all. I imagine Satan loves to see Christians bogged down on a legal treadmill going to nowhere. He’d like you to think the carrot of approval or holiness is dangling just outside your reach. If you’re tied to a system that leaves you feeling robbed of your reward in Jesus, consider the following strategies: As with Paul, use your “treadmill experience” as a means of pointing yourself to victory in Jesus instead of allowing it to wear you down in defeat. Your experience can either

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be a means for God to sanctify you, or the place where the devil sets up shop and begins to control your mind. To avoid his schemes, practice seeing yourself as victorious in Jesus. Whatever you do, STOP engaging the “religious flesh” in response to whatever voice you may be listening to. STOP assuming you must always be wrong and every other Christian you are listening to must always be right. STOP being a people-pleaser. STOP imagining the carrot of approval or holiness is dangling just outside your reach. Listen to what God’s word says to you, and practice what it means to “walk in the Spirit”. Above all develop a healthy relationship to the Law. Let it continually point you to the Savior, not become an interloper to pull you back under condemnation. If it is in your power to do so, remove yourself from any religious system where your faith and witness are being systematically eroded, especially if you are not strong enough to confront the problem on your own. God’s word reminds us, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage,” (Galatians 5:1 KJV). “if ye be led of the Spirit, ye are not under the law,” (Galatians 5:18 KJV). Read the Bible, engage your heart, your soul, and your spirit as well as your mind - then believe and do what it says.

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Be blessed, Audrey Chambers 4. From Exodus 23, what did God command His people to do on the seventh day? Worship, Sing, Visit, Rest 5. Who was the first person to go to heaven that didn’t die in the flesh? Elijah, Moses, Adam, Enoch 6. Which type of angelic beings guarded the entrance to Eden? Seraph, Power, Cherubim, Throne

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But what really made me happy was to see so many of my shut-ins out riding around and enjoying the world. Hez’s Sister Nell’s mama who was too weak to get out of the house was in town shopping. Ellie Nickelsinger’s sister who can’t come on account of her kidney’s stood in line two hours to get into the show named, “The Miracle Worker.” Yes sir, it thrilled my heart to see what I saw. I ought to have a packed house Sunday with all my sick folks being healed and shut-in’s being set free. I just hope they don’t overdo it and have a relapse. I gotta go now and play with my smallest youngun. He’s the farmer and I’m the goat. Tin cans will be easy to eat after what I just swallowed. I would think there are many preachers who have experienced similar excuses. Are you making excuses to stay out of church? When we stay out of church, we are missing a blessing.. The Bible says to forsake not ourselves to assemble together in the house of the Lord. Let us go to church every time we can to get our spirits fed, therefore making ourselves happy, healthy Christians.

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Be sure to visit the Baldwin County Heritage Museum during the month of February. In honor of Black History Month BCHM is showcasing Ralph Veller’s African Art Collection as part of the museum’s ongoing Personal Collections Exhibit. This February is sure to be an active time for BCHM in addition to the African Art Collection the museum will open its doors at 9am Saturday February 16th for a family friendly event, the First Annual Heritage Arts and Camellia Festival. Then on Wednesday February 20th at Glen Lakes in Foley with the help of a group of fabulous Snowbirds, a wide variety of golfers will take part in the First Annual Baldwin County Heritage Museum Golf Scramble. These fundraisers will help support daily operations of the museum so that BCHM may continue to carry out its mission to preserve the cultural and agricultural heritage of Baldwin County. Baldwin County Heritage Museum is located at 25521 Hwy 98E in Elberta, Alabama. Hours of operation are Wednesday-Saturday 10am-3pm. Check out our Calendar at http://www.baldwincountyheritagemuseum. com/ for special events and happenings or call 251-9868375. You can also find BCHM on facebook.

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