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August 12, 1999

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San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, August 12, 1999 - 11 O b~ A cookbook with a col- and then we will be selling the ored front cover picture of the cookbook for $10 to help fund Lone Cone on it with the title, building the emergency shel- "From the bounty of His love, ter," Hill said. San Miguel Basin Community Cookbook," is behind the fund- ".. we will be selling ;qg efforts of San Miguel Basin the cookbook for ilristian Fellowship pastored $I0 to help fund by Clint Perry to build in the basement of their Redvale building the emer- , Church. an emergency shelter gency shelter, " Hill for the area, according to mem- said. her Sierra Hill. "We are selling advertis- She explained that the ing in the 130 page cookbook to shelter would be for any family help pay for the printing costs, in an emergency situation such Letter: I thank God our parks are so green and the grass is grow- ing so well, sooo our new town employee (John Radan) can put to good use our $8,040.00 lawn mower. John is a very hard worker. You might see him cutting grass and weed around town. Thanks to John, the town is really looking spiffy. Now that the park commissioner has hired John, I know. for sure the trailer park on Adams street looks better without all those weeds!!! And 1 am really pleased to see John now has a way to get around town without walking or tiding his bike, see- ing as how he has the lawn mower to ride and keep at his house, so he can go cut those weeds and the grass (even on Saturday and Sunday). As you can see the park commissioner has finally hired somebody who really wants to work.., by the way John, there is nothing wrong with being a junkman or selling Junk (I believe that's how Carneigie got his start to his MILLIONS). Part of the definition from Websters seventh new colle- giate dictionary says: 3a junk; old iron, glass, paper or other waste, may be used in some other form 2: second, worn or dis- carded articles of little value B: Shoddy product: trash - and "ONE MAN'S JUNK IS ANOTHER MAN'S TREASURE." JoAn Swavely Naturita, CO A Fun-ding Of An Idea San Miguel Basin Christian Fellowship members, including Sierra Hill (above), are patterning a new local cookbook from a pre- vious edition to sell for funds to build an emergency shelter in Redvale in the church's basement for families ever in need of one. as flooding, a fire leaving a fam- ily stranded, the unbeknowns of the year 2000 or anything that puts people in need of a shelter. The cookbook consists of mostly local recipes, said Hill, with many other features. "We have starter recipes, high alti- tude cooking instructions, spe- cial food preparation, food stor- age ideas, roasting charts, meat- less cooking and sour dough starter information. She said the book is also filled with history of the area, photographs and poetry. "We even have a way to say grace before meals, as some younger people may not know, but be interested in how to do it," she said. The cookbook formula- tion began in May and Hill says many, many people have helped in a lot of different ways includ- ing sharing recipes. Hill said Robert and Marge Chickering have been especially helpful in scanning the documents to the right size and editing and putting it all on their computer. They have also helped with the photographs. The cookbook that will eventually be the means to building the area shelter should be out later this year as the recipes are in as well as all the features and the advertising is being sold. For information you may call 327-4454. III I I "Set Your Plans in Concrete" 7 DAYS A (JL%T Q O tl BY Com p.etitive Prices Fast Delivery 29703 Hwy: 97 Office: P.O. Box 889 970-864-2200 Nucla, Colorado 81424 Plant: 970-864-2134 AglIUST 21ST 2 8HOW8 T.'00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M. - 21 md OVER OHLY TICKETS ON SALE $ 18.00 ADVANCED S|O.O0-AT THE DOOR RVRILRSLE fiT: NUCLR LIQUORS LBRTHER N" LRCE CORRRL WEST IN MONTROSE D HITCHIN POST VIP tickets $2s.oo (available only at the HITCHIN' POST) 41087 Grand Ave. Norwood 327-4969 7:00 P.M., SATURDAY, AUGUST 14TH FOLLOWED BY" "S'/AMPEP/[ AT 9:00 P.M. NOliWOOD alxllal oP Pmmud adll C ok-Of Au0mt 19111 $-.90 - I! 0 in ~PO EAT, DRINK, DANCE with Mexican Band 7:00 to ll:OOpm J{osted by.. 7"h HDch Tn ' PO 8" Call 327-4191 for Info 15% of proceeds to benefit Wright Stuff Foundation IU