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Pack 3030 Leaders (L to R) David Eisenhauer-Webelos II Den Leader, Doug Coe-Cubmaster, Mrs. Kim Sower-Tiger Cubs Den Leader, Mrs. Dian Steffen-Webelos I Den Leader, Mrs. Mary Davis Irwin PTA Treasurer


Something new or at least new to this writer – the Girl Scouts are now bringing cookies to your door – no more waiting for your order to be processed. That's what I like; cookies on demand, no waiting. I must admit I'm a cookie junkie and have to date, bought more than my share of boxes. I like them all but prefer any cookie with peanut butter in or on it. I predict that the Girl Scouts will sell more cookies using this new method.

Please Troop leaders, give me...

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Where there is light, there are no shadows of suffering, fear, doubt, or lack of spiritual fulfillment.

We were created by the light and made whole. Our Creator is Love and Light.

As spiritual beings having a human experience on Mother Earth, our Creator gifted us with a free will.

Darkness, sadness, anger, sorrow and self-pity cannot exist in Spiritual Light.

It is the desire of our Creator that we be happy and fulfilled, and this we will always be by my loving you and you...

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Hello pool players. Here are my 15 steps to playing championship pool:


1. Your practice strokes before each shot, if possible, should have the same number of strokes. A smooth straight back and forth motion.

2. Look at the object ball last. Only a few exceptions: One if you're jacked up over a ball and two is if you are close to the object ball.

3. Gripping the Cue: I like a tight grip (not overly tight). Especially bank shots and break shots.

4. Shoot or play safe. You should play...

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STEAKS -COOKED RAY'S WAY (as I teach Boy Scouts to do it)


Steaks – 1/2 lb. (round, sirloin, blade, chuck, or whatever low grade steak you have) per person.

Salt, pepper, garlic powder to taste.


Build up a nice fire of hardwood and let it burn down to coals or use a nice bed of hot charcoal briquettes. Put the steaks on a grill over the coals, season to taste, and turn them over when the meat just turns brown on one side. Brown the other side and take them off while they are rare or...

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I'll tell you one thing, if things keep going the way they are, it's going to be impossible to buy a week's groceries for $20."

"If cigarettes keep going up in price, I'm going to quit. A quarter a pack is ridiculous."

"Did you hear the post office is thinking about charging a dime just to mail a letter?"

"If they raise the minimum wage to $1, nobody will be able to hire outside help at the store."

"When I first started driving, who would have thought gas would someday cost 29 cents a...

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Celestial Delights with the Queen of the Night


During the third week of February, the first quarter moon will assist the casual stargazer locate bright winter stars and two planets. The moon is in first quarter phase, meaning it appears as a half moon lighting up the night sky. This same moon will also play hide and seek with Saturn on the evening of February 20th.

Beginning on Monday, February 18, the moon sits almost halfway between Saturn and Mars. The half moon shines 21 degrees (2...

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