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EASY BOY SCOUT BEEF STROGANOFF

 

4 pounds lean hamburger (ground round)

2 tbsp. Vegetable oil

2 cans cream of mushroom soup

1 pkg. dry onion soup mix

2 cans water

salt & pepper to taste

1/2 pint sour cream

2 small cans mushrooms or 1 large can

(4 lbs. round steak may be substituted for the ground round/hamburger but the meat should be cut into serving size pieces and cooked for 1-1/2 to 2 hours to tenderize.)

 

Brown meat in vegetable oil and then drain. Mix soups and water...

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Dear Cousin,

 

In the midst of wars and rumors of wars, bloody conflicts and the horrid devastation, worry, grief and heartache of these present times, life goes on. There is a certain comfort in performing the routine, everyday tasks that lie at hand. As we cut seed potatoes for planting, in the same manner that our fathers and grandfathers did before us, I thought of how some things never change.

Living in a high-tech world, the common gardening tasks are done each spring in the same...

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GIRL SCOUTING - A GOOD INVESTMENT

(TAKEN FROM 'BRIDGES' A GIRL SCOUT NEWSLETTER)

 

According to a December 2002 article in WORTH magazine:

"We live in a nation of tremendous luxury, yet every three hours a child is killed by gunfire. Twelve million Americans kids live in poverty. A third of the women in the United States have been sexually assaulted. Around the world, 37 million people are refugees or have been displaced from their homes.

The facts are alarming. The good news is that...

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Early morning! Having just poured a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee, I decided to go outside and enjoy it watching the morning sunrise. Birds are chirping and singing their morning song. The trees are starting to green up and blossom with the freshness of springtime. My thoughts turned to reflections upon faith. For many, this is the season of Lent, Easter and the Resurrection. I love that word, resurrection, for it brings hope and a promise from God that anytime when we are feeling low and...

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Different Perspectives

 

I, as I'm sure the rest of you, have been following closely, the war in Iraq. ‑I want to state that I am one hundred percent American. ‑When one of our soldiers dies, all Americans feel the loss. No soldier dies without being mourned.

I have watched TV as the Iraqi's fight the American GI's who were sent there to free them. I understand that they have only known the brutal regime of Saddam Hussein for 30 years. Still, it seemed to me, that being freed from that...

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Spring is always a good time to get your pet's yearly check up. Many diseases can be prevented by good routine care.

Dogs should be vaccinated and checked for intestinal and heart worms. I have already seen mosquitoes this year so preventing heartworm disease should be a priority in every dog owner's life. Many heartworm preventatives also prevent intestinal worm infestations and provide some flea protection although I'm not impressed with the flea protection it provides. It is my...

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