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Publication Date: September 1, 2010
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Tropical storms were not a threat to Florida but they did
bring afternoon showers. Ivan Kuhnes brought out his
um brella to walk into the recent open house at Foxwood
Farms.


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INDEX
Info wanted .........3
Christmas plans ..5
Special lady..........6


VOLUME 8, NUMBER 24
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER1i, 8010


K of C tourney

Page 3


Cute pets

Page 8


The Ocala Highlands All-
Star baseball team will be
honored as national cham-
pions in a special celebra-
tion Sept. 3, at 6 p.m.
On Aug. 21 the team of 12
and under won the cham-
pionship game in Ab-
erdeen, Maryland.
After winning the re-


Coach Harvey Vandeven.
'Our team worked hard
and played against some of
the top teams in the nation
and the world.
This is a monumental
achievement for the team
and speaks volumes about
their dedication and
skills."


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gional Cal Ripken World
Series tournament, the
Ocala Highlands All
Star baseball team
played six games at the na-
tional level, held in Ab-
erdeen, Md.


In recognition of their
accomplishment, the Mar-
ion County Board of
County Commissioners the
Ocala City Council are
hosting a homecoming cel-
ebration on the Downtown


Square beginning at 6 p.m.
on Friday, Sept. 3.
"The team is over-
whelmed by the support
they have received from
our community," said
Highlands All-Star Head


More than 100 animal ad-
vocates and avid athletes
participated in the Run for
Rescues, CrossFit Ocala's 5K
charity run event on Aug. 14
that raised more than $2,500
to benefit Marion County An-
imal Services.
Participants, some joined
by their dogs, ran or walked a
5K or 1-mile fun run on the
Cross Florida Greenway.
Hosted by Animal Services,
CrossFit Ocala and other
community partners, the Run
for Rescues event featured
food, music, festivities and
pet adoption opportunities.
Marion County Animal
Services thanks the commu-
nity and event partners, in-
cluding CrossFit Ocala,
AquahydrateTM, CrossFit
Pinnacle, Closetmaid@, Mar-


ion Veterinary Hospital, cut
aRug Entertainment,
Smoothie King@, Carleton
Arms Rental Apartments,
DogWatch, Renstar Medical
Research and Mother Earth
Market for helping to support
Marion's homeless animals.
Marion County Animal
Services provides both ani-
mal control and animal cen-
ter functions for Marion
County. Staff members work
every day to find homes for
stray, unwanted and aban-
doned animals through out-
reach and center adoption
efforts. The department also
provides low-cost
spay/neuter surgeries, rabies
vaccines and microchip im-
plants to the four-legged fam-
ily members of Marion
County's citizens.


response
uhn said and starts sending the information
:celebra- to the dispatch person. In seconds,
n Aug. 25 the dispatcher is sending help
s "seam- even though the call taker is still
on the phone with the person.
enter are The call taker continues to ask
first avail- questions about the situation and
even tak- that information is relayed to the
a phone responding unit.
o an ear- "All the information we can get
immedi- better prepares the unit respond-
le person ing," said Kuhn, stressing the ad-
he emer- ditional questions were being
asked while help was already on
is then the way.
,ropriate While the process of taking the
e or Mar- call hasn't changed significantly,
Imunica- equipment changes have made the
.s for fire job easier and faster.
services. Besides utilizing the earpiece a
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trigger
:a Chief of Staff Dan K
during the grand opening
tion of the new facility or
ringing that the switchover wat
new 911 less."
Calls coming into the cc
S- some sentby computer to the fi
of those able call taker. Without ~
cy serv- ing seconds to pick up
medical receiver, the call comes t
w "come piece; the call taker is
commu- ately on the phone with th
Ic safety. calling in to find out tl
Iny calls agency.
:er were If necessary, the call
the call switched to the app
-square- agency, Ocala Fire Rescu
npletion ion County Public Com
oot com- tions, which handles call
state-of- and emergency medical
were The call taker first reql
ring at 5 name, the location and a
number from the perso:


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~IERVNG THE COMMUNITIES & BUSINESSES BETWEEN SR 200 AND US 27




)] Ocala Highlands All-Star champs



IHomecoming celebr ation set


Special celebration set for 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3


Run benefits


animal service


Plenty to bark about at $2,500


A supervisors at the 9-1-1 Communications Center at the Marion County Sheriff's Office looks over as
ma ny as seven different screens as 30,000 calIls a re a answered monthly. Ma ny of the calIls a re for non-emer-
gency situations but others a re for the sheriff's off ice, Ma rion Cou nty Fire Rescue, Emergency MedicalI
Services and Ocala Fire Rescue.


911 Center


RAINY DAYS ...


Calls

Michel Nor th se
EDITOR
There are no sounds of
phones in the county's r
Communications Center.
Yes, calls are coming in
30,000 monthly with 10,000
calls requesting emergen
ices of law enforcement,
or fire but those calls not
to the ear," said Karl Oltz, I
nications director of public
Prior to 5 a.m. Aug. 18, a
coming into the com cent
answered with a phone by
takers in their old 3,700-
foot quarters. With the com
of the new 15,000-square-f(
munication center and its
the-art equipment, call
switched to the new build
a.m. Aug. 18.


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The one year anniversary
of an energy grant is ap-
proaching, and the Mlarion
County Facilities Mlanage-
ment department has made
significant progress. Mlar-
ion County staff applied for
and received a $2.45 million
Energy Efficiency and Con-
servation Block Grant from
the federal government in
October 2009. These grant
dollars, which do not re-
quire a local funding
match, have enabled Mlar-
ion County to implement
energy efficiency strategies
at various county facilities
and save local tax dollars.
Currently, Mlarion County
Facilities Mlanagement staff
is leading the design and
installation of a solar panel
water heating system at the
Mlarion County jail. Inmates
are providing additional
labor. Once operational,
each solar panel will hold
two and a half gallons of


water, producing enough
hot water to fill four 1,000
gallon storage tanks. "This
solar system could reduce
the jail's natural gas needs
by half," Facilities Mlanage-
ment Director Andy Race
said. "This is not just a one-
time savings. It could save
$300,000 a year in re-occur-
ring energy costs.
Facilities crews have al-
ready installed solar water
heating panels at four Nar-
ion County Fire Rescue sta-
tions, providing enough
water for 10 firefighters at
each station. The stations
include Friendship Station
21, Spruce Creek Station 30,
Ray Lloyd, Jr. Station 31
and Liberty Station 32.
Four additional stations
will also receive the solar
panels.
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Mlarion County Facilities
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cessful progress in
deploying Recovery Act
funding and showcasing the
value of the (Energy Effi-
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Block Grant) program at
this critical time."
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Netwo rki ng is a n opportunity offered by attend ng mixers for the West Ma rion Busi-
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JUniOr League's gift market Sept. 10 and 11


Autumn Gift Market is a
two-day holiday gift shop-
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the general public.
This year it will be held
Friday, Sept. 10, 9 a.m. to 7
p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 11, 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the College of
Central Florida, formerly
CFCC, gymnasium. It will
host many unique vendors
from all across the nation
featuring fabulous gifts, ac-
cessories, gourmet food and


decorative items for men,
women and children. There
is truly something for every-
One on your holiday shop-
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Local dance, choir and bal-
let groups perform during
the weekend. Anxiously an-
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tended, thousands of area
residents and supporters
have enjoyed AGM through-
out the years.
The Autumn Gift Market is


the Junior League of Ocala's
largest fundraiser of the year.
Proceeds from AGM allow
Junior League to fund its
projects in the community.
Past projects include Done in
a Day events, the Black Stal-
lion Literacy Project, Tus-
cawilla Park
Playground/Family Pavilion,
and other League community
projects that serve the
women and children of Mar-
ion County.


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Miessen r

The West Marion Messenger is a free community newspaper covering
news of communities west of Ocala including Fore Ranch, Stone Creek,
Fairfield Village, Ocala Palms, Timberwood, Falls of Ocala, Foxwood Farms
and Golden Hills.
Postmaster: Entered as Third Class Matter at the post office in Ocala, Fla.,
34477.
Problems getting the Messenger: If your community is listed above and
the Messenger is not dentvered to you or you are having trouble getting the
paper from boxes around the S.R. 40 and SR 27 areas, call 854-3986.
CONTACT BYFORRATION
(352) 854-3986 Fax (352) 854-9277
881OS.W. State Road 200, Suite 104,0Ocala, FL 34481

*Editor -Michel Northsea
*Circulation -Barbara Jaggers
*Inside Sales/Office Coonf'inator- Pauline Moore
*Advertising Sales-Tom Rapplean and Susie Mirabile
*Regional Manager-John Provost
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Friday 1 p.m.the week before publication.
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Call editor Michel Northsea at
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Friday the week before publication. Mail and photos
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quiet room and an exercise
room. The exercise room is
for employees' use before
or after their 12-hour shifts.
Architects for the project
were from Architecture
Studio, Inc., of Ocala.
Actual cost of the project
was under budget at $4.5
million.
In her comments during
the ribbon cutting cere-
mony, Ocala Mlarion Cham-
ber of Commerce CEO Jaye
Baille noted that 75 percent
of the work on the project
was completed by local
companies, which in turn
fueled the local economy.
Besides helping the econ-
omy and providing more
room the building should
withstand a hurricane.
Sheriff Ed Dean said he
was very concerned in 2004
with the four hurricanes in
the state and wondered
ehtwo ld taeerhappnd
wiped out, as it had been in
Hardee County.
The former com center
had been constructed in
pre-Andrew days when
building standards were
not so stringent.
The new center is built to
withstand winds of 160
miles per hour.
"The first line for citizens
in an emergency is the 911
center. They are the com-
forting voice that's sending
help. It is only fitting they
have the facilities to do the
job," Kuhn said.


Representatives of the
Ocala Marion County
Chamber of Commerce,the
county commission and
the Marion County Sher-
iff's office gathered to cut
the ribbon for the new 9-1-
1 Communications Center.
Ca ptain Ji mmy Pog ue, cen-
ter, commander of the 9-1-
1 center prepares tocut the
ribbon.

Director of Public Safety
Communications 91 1,
Ca pt. Ka rl Oltz, lead tou rs
during the recent open
house.


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new mapping system shows
where the call is coming
from, saving call takers
time since they don't have
to find the location them-
selves,
Monitors located on the
walls throughout the com
center show which staffers
are on the phone, how long
they've been on the call and
the number of active calls.
Supervisors stationed in
the middle of the room also
have access to the same in-
formation on their com-
puter screens.
To reduce noise in the
communication centers, all
work stations face out to-
ward outer wall, 01tz said.
With the phones ringing

sat io ialms, O zd sba dw k
1lc a be "erl qit"
9 he ew center ws u _
geted at $5 million and was
funded through the half-
cent sales tax for capital im-
provements, emergency
management fund and
grants funded the 911 sys-
tem.
The half-cent sales tax
collected for capital im-
provements was collected
for two years, January 2003
through December 2004
Constructed by Mloss Con-
struction the complex has
offices, a break room, a





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will be Friday, the 17th.

Frid y tps1 p~utica t
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an area assisted living
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pet's name, how old the pet
is, where it lives and who
the proud pet owner is.
Photos may also be mailed
to the West Marion Messen-
ger, 8810 S.W Hwy 200, Suite
104, Ocala, FL 34481. Ques-
tions? Call 854-3986, ask for
Michel Northsea.


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at the clubhouse on the
10th. Plan now to come and
share a delicious buffet
with your friends and
neighbors.
Ladies, have you been
missing your monthly
luncheons? Mark your cal-
:arOlyn endars for Friday, the 10th;
this is the next luncheon.
Slocumb We will be lunching at
Blanca's (located in Ocala
Believe it's al- Palms) this month. Their
September? food is delicious, so come
happened to join us. Reservations are
!ysay the older needed by the 8th. Contact
aster time flies Kathy Voss or Maryanne
! Now that Sep- Ellner.
Ire, many activ- If you are interested in
ck. So, get out serving on the QMRPOA
lars and start Board of Directors, the
dates! nominating committee will
vity you have be available to answer your
g for is Bingo. questions on Friday, Sept.
;eason begins 17, between 10 and 11:30
!pt. 14. Please a.m., atthe clubhouse.
te it is listed The Blood Mobile willbe
in The QM Re- in the parking lot of the
esa Yoders has clubhouse at noon on Mon-
lolunteered to day, the 27th. You must
e ofBingo this have photo ID ifyou are a
Swill be the first time donor. Contact
y Bird" at 6:30 Charlotte Payne for more
yT the regular information.
,.m. Bingo will Are your calendars full
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this year. We will have a
bus pick us up at the club-
house and take us to the
show. We are going on Fri-
day, Oct. 15. Reservations
must be made by Oct. 8.
Call Carolyn Slocumb to
reserve your seat on the
bus. Sandra Lee, of the
Food Network show,
"Semi-homemade," is the
featured guest at the show
this year.
Do you have any stand-
ing water around your
house? Mosquitoes love
this. With all the rain lately,
the bird baths, fountains,
flower pots, etc. are staying
full of water. This is just
inviting the mosquitoes. All
the news media have been
warning about the viruses
carried by these critters.
Please check your area
and make it safe. Mosqui-
toes love to swarm in the
early morning hours and
again just at dusk.
Have you noticed the
construction on the corner
of 33rd Lane and 49th Av-
enue? The lot sold and a
new house is under con-
struction. It's been a long
time since we have seen
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I talked in their lovely
home, it became more ap-
parent that one of the
main secrets to a happy,
long, and fulfilled life is
attitude. Irene told me, "I
just take one day at a time
and thank God for my long
life. I like to do word
search puzzles and play
Bingo. And I have my little
dog, Socks, to keep me
company." Speaking of
her pet, MViss Irene affee-
tionately stroked her
black Pomeranian and
told me that there will
soon be a "little brother"
for Socks to play with,
The new addition to the
namlyhoh ntc aved yet
soon. He is a miniature
Chihuahua whose name is
ChaChi. I asked if Socks
will be jealous and was
told that "He will be all
right after a few days."
Irene said that she had a
poodle for 16 years and re-
ally loves little dogs. She
showed me her collection
of stuffed animals many
of them dogs and told
me how Socks loves to
play with the animated
animals especially. Maybe
that is where Irene gets
the idea that Socks will
love the new live and nat-
urally animated member
of the family.
Irene Dale moved to
Florida from Warren,


Ohio, some 35 years ago
after she retired from
Packard Electric. Living
previously in Dunnellon,
she moved to Fairfield Vil-
lage in 1997 because she
loved the "... nice quiet
community where the
people have always been
very nice, and (she
grinned) I got this big
house on a corner lot."
As we talked more
about her interesting life,
Irene told me that she has
traveled all over the
United States as well as
visiting Germany, Spain,
and Mlorocco. She said, "I
am very happy living in
Fairfield Village, and I
can'tdthin of anyhr h
can't think of anything I
wanted to do that I haven't
done."
As I closed our visit, I
asked Irene if she had any
favorite things. She re-
sponded quickly, "Pepsi
and sweets!" That seemed
totally appropriate to me
because Irene is peppy,
bubbly, and sweet for sure.
I exited her home and
thought to myself that if
the world had more peo-
ple like Irene Dale, it
would be a much more
joyful place. She is one of
the main reasons that I
can continue to say that
Fairfield Village is a lively
place filled with lovely
people.


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recognizable, and
well-loved ladies in
Fairfield Village..that is
Irene Dale. She exudes
charm, confidence and
charisma.
oWh n th re is a is ia
Clubhouse, you can count
on seeing her there with
her daughter Charlene
Jarvis who is the Social
Activities chair. The two
ladies are not only mother
and daughter, but they are

friends in ose wee l
ing for an almost perfect
relationship, it would be
natrly impossibleato fln aa
sh rd by thes t g
ge re ladiees -a t rm t a
seems to have been made
specifically for Charlene
and MViss Irene. Charlene
is Irene's only child, but
she does have five grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren who adore
their grandmother.
When I interviewed
Irene, I was even more im-
pressed by her sparkling
eyes and vibrant personal-
ity than I have ever been
before. I see her often and
talk with her on a fairly
regular basis, but I no-
ticed things as we talked
that I must have just taken
for granted. For instance
- MViss Irene will be cele-
brating her birthday soon,
on Sept. 15. When I asked
if she would share her
age, she giggled and said,
"Sure..I don't mind telling
my age. I'm 94; I'll be 95 in
a couple of weeks." I re-
ally had never thought
about her age because she
seems 'ageless' to me.
Saying that Irene is not
your typical 90+ lady is
like saying that we know
that the world is round -
not flat. About the only
thing that would belie her
age is that fact that she
does allow Charlene to
help her with a wheel-
chair when they are at-
tending events at the FFV
clubhouse. One gets the
feeling that mainly this is
for speed and conven-
ience and not because it is
an absolute necessity. Al-
ways, the ladies arrive
dressed and coiffed im-
maculately and display
their characteristically
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farm at the Mlarion County
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install thermal windows and
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8 Wednesday, September 1, 8010


MESSENGER


Party at the
library Sept 9
The Freedom Public Li-
brary is turning 10 soon
and is hosting a party to
celebrate. Join in on the
birthday fun on Thursday
Sept. 9, from 2 to 6 p.m. in
the Freedom Public Li-
brary meeting room (5870
S.W. 95th St., Ocala). Event
attendees can enjoy snacks
and browsing through li-
brary scrapbooks and his-
torical references along
with the music of Kermit
and Cindy Clark
For more information
about the Freedom Public
Library 10 year anniver-
sary, call 352-438-2580 or
visit the library website at
http://library.marioncoun-
tyfl org.
Hummel collectors
to meet monthly
The Ocala chapter of the
M.I. Hummel Club meets
the second Thursday of
each month, September
through May.
The first meeting for the
season is Sept. 9.
Anyone interested in
Hummels and related
Goebel products and enjoy
the fellowship of fellow
Hummel collectors is wel-
come.
Call Mary Jo Hammond,
873-9423 or Marge Cherry
873-1735 for more informa-
tion and meeting location.

p',e station
The primaries are over
and now the real work be-
gins. Not only for the can-
didates, but also for those
of us who are interested in
the FairTax. How do we
approach these candidates
and what questions do we
ask them about the Fair-
Tax? How can we judge
their answers? These ques-
tions will be discussed at
our next presentation on
Sept.7 at 6 p.m. at the
Howard Johnson Inn (3951
N.W. Bonnie Heath Blvd,
Hwy 27).
This is not a Republican


or Democrat issue... it is an
American issue and one
that needs to be addressed
and enacted. It doesn't
matter if you have only
heard a little about Fair-
Tax or you know a lot about
it, you are always welcome
to attend any of our pre-
sentations.
Come join us and bring a
friend or neighbor. To
RSVP or for more informa-
tion, contact Ron and
Elaine Maiellaro at
ocalafairtax~cfl.rr.com or
671-6724.
Big sale held
by church group
Our Redeemer Lutheran
Church will be having a
unique sale on Sept. 17 and
18 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The church is no longer
having its annual fall craft
and treasure sales, so it is
doing this different type of
sale. "This" is the remain-
ing craft items, decora-
tions, etc. from last year's
sale.
"That" is the unsold
treasures, jewelry, and gift
items, plus some new
items.
"The other" is the fabu-
lous bake sale, individual
tables of treasures offered
by some of the church
members, and unused
crafting supplies.
A hot dog lunch and bev-
erages will be available.
The church is at 5200
S Hwy a0 nsOcala.

with "Goodbye Solo"
College of Central
Florida will kick off its In-
ternational Film Series
with the 2009 American
film "Goodbye Solo" on
Tuesday, Sept. 21.
set on the roads of Win-
ston-Salem, N.C., the film
is about two men of com-
pletely different circum-
stances that embark upon
a friendship that changes
their lives.
The film will be shown at
2 p.m. at the Appleton Mu-
seum of Art, College of
Central Florida, 4333 E.


Silver Springs Blvd., and at
7 p.m. in Building 8, Room
110, at the Ocala Campus,
3001 S.W. College Road.
The viewing is free at CE
At the Appleton, viewers
must pay museum ad mis-
sion unless they are mu-
seum members or patrons
of the CF International
Film Series. Daily admis-
sion to the Appleton Mu-
seum is $6 for adults; $4 for
seniors 55 or better and
students 19 and over; $3 for
youths ages 10 to 18; and
free for members, CF stu-
dents, children age 9 and
under, and active military
personnel and their imme-
diate families.
The International Film
Series, which was started
in 1962, is presented by the
CF Foundation to further
understanding and aware-
ness of our multicultural
world, as well as to in-
crease appreciation of the
history and art of the
movies. The 2010-11 sched-
ule is available at
http ://wwww cf edu/founda-
tion/events/filmseries.htm.
For more information
about these screenings or
to learn how to become a
Film Series member, call
Joe Zimmerman at 352-854-
2322, ext. 1233.
Special programs
at Christ's Church
Church services at
Christ's Church of Marion
cohuoya nc~lubdfoSuonda
by the worship service at
11a.m.
on Sunday Sept. 12 it is
Friendship Sunday and a
Mexican fiesta potluck
luncheon will follow the
worship service. Everyone
is welcome.
All women are invited to
a one-day concert/retreat
with Renee' Martin on the
three keys to "doing this
life thing successfully. On
Saturday, Sept. 25, 9:30 to
4:30. The retreat is free in-
cluding continental break-
fast, lunch and snack. Call
861-6182 or e-mail
info~ccome. org.


the King his
Anglican Church
The Rev. Donald 1. Curran,
Rector
Rev. Matthew Walter
Asst. Rector
Services:
Rite I 7:30 am
Rite II 8:50 & 11:15 am
Children's Church 8:50 am

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in Living Waters
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Wednesday Bible Study..7:00 pm
Friday Youth Nights.........6:00 pm
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Miss Mollie Wiggle Putt,
is a 7 year old American
Cocker Spaniel. She owns
a h n ,en 4th Avedn

staff, Pat and Keith Mullin.


These Dachshund girls,
Schatzi II, 2, left and
Liebchen, '14, right, live in
2.;'.::1-dse wth GLr Ind

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Schatzi has an unusual and
ner cistntinet iedne runner
nose her beauty mark.
Her mission is to play catch
and retu rn bal Is all d ay.
Liebchen prefers neighbor-
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