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Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561 dawnstar1018@gmail.om

— Bräts & Brew Fest plans are taking shape. The sauerkraut is in the crock and board members are gathering items for the auctions. As a side event this year, we are looking for anyone who would like to donate a bottle of wine. We will accept any kind. We will sell corks that are numbered and you will get the corresponding bottle. We are looking for anyone who makes sausage or beer to sign up and compete for the $50 prize in each category. The categories are beer or cider, sausage, side dish, bread and dessert. German dishes are preferred, but anything is acceptable. The date for this event is Oct. 25. Last date to donate items is Oct. 17. Contact the library for entry forms.

Our condolences go out to Father Paul Wander, whose brother, Jerry, passed away last week. Pray for his family during this difficult time.

Noted author, Trevor Loudon of New Zealand, spoke at the Kooskia City Park Sunday, Sept. 14. What he had to say was very interesting. He has a good, honest view of the state of the world, and what can be done to change it for the better. His newly released book, “The Enemy Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress,” is like no other book written on American politics. He is interested in what is happening here in the U.S.A. because if our country falls to socialism, so will New Zealand. He stressed that the answer is to elect conservative people to office this fall. Don’t say it doesn’t make any difference if you vote or not. Empathy is our worst enemy. Many elections are decided by just a few votes.

Kids, here is a chance for you to show off your talents and receive a nice prize in the process. See the article page 8A for the First Amendment Contest Mr. Chris Hempstead is sponsoring. Also see www.idahocountyfreepress.com.

Jane Burgess is holding a quilting class at her house at 602 Church St. Apt. A, Cottonwood. You will learn how to make a Christmas wall hanging. Cost is $15 with your fabric or $25 with her fabric. The date will be sometime in September and the time will be decided by participants. Come and have a good time and learn to quilt while you make a cute wall hanging with a pocket to keep for yourself or give as a gift.



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