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December 10, 1998

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Peae 4, DAcembor 10, lgg8 Quad CiN HArnld lilt iiiii I ii " iii I I Bridgepo food dnve could help needy families Students at Bridgeport High School are soliciting cans and boxes of non-perishable food during the next two weeks, in an effort to make a merrier Christmas for some less fonunate Bridgeport residents. The items collected will be donated to the Bridgeport Food Bank; the food drive, an annual event, is sponsored by the school's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter. A food-collecting competition between the classes will be held during the week of December 7 through 11. Senior class members will conduct a door to door collection weeknights through Friday, D#cember 11. In addition, food collection boxes will be available at a number of Bridgeport businesses, including Moikjer's Food City, the Bridgeport Quik-E-Mart, Coulee Dam Credit Union, the Bridgeport office of the Douglas County PUD and the Country Corner market and service station on Bridgeport Bar. i i Brewster students continue chores for Food Bank Some Brewster High School juniors and seniors will make like the gas station attendants of old, all for food (ormoney for food) Saturday, December 12.The teens will pump gas and wash car windows for customers at Triangle Texaco in Brewster for donations of money or non-perishable food for the Brewster Food Bank. (Customers will be required to pay for their own gas, of course.) The kids will be at the station from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The students are members of the Current World Problems (CWP) and U.S. History classes taught by Pat Sbelton. They are doing odd jobs for donations of money or food. All they gathex will in turn be donated to the food bank. The project has been underway since late October; the kids have cleaned houses, raked leaves, helped available weekends, Wednesday mornings and after school. They can be hired for food (or money for food) by contacting Debbie Riggan at the Brewster School District office. The teens also are sponsoring a r',fffle for a quilt made and donated by Riggan. The winner will be chosen during half time of the varsity basketball game Friday, December 18. Tickets are one dollar or the donation of at least one can of food and are available from the teenagers. In addition, some local businesses are offering merchandise discounts for donations. Other merchants are making donations in exchange for certain pui'chases. The owners of Brewster IGA-Plus will donate 50 cents to the project for the purchase of each Moose Brothers medium or mega pizza, or the purchase Brewster Li!z,rary to have storyb,ne session A holiday-themed Storytime session December, said librarian Judy Johnston. will be offered for children at'the SpecialguestMaryJohnson,Brewster, Brewster Public Library Wednesday, December 16. Storytime begins at 10 a.m. The stories and songs will be about Christmas and other holidays in will tell a flannelboard story, "The Pack on Santa's Back." The Storytime stories are designed for children from about three to six years of age. All children are invited. Local church receives matching funds from Luth00.00ran Brotherhood Circle of Hope, Hope Lutheran Churchin Brewster, recently received $437.00 from Lutheran Brotherhood, a fraternal benefit society, through the Society's Congregational Matching Funds program. Lutheran Brotherhood matched the amount that the congregation raised through spring and fall yard sales. Circle of Hope will use the funds it raised and the matching funds from Lutheran Brotherhood for their mission projects. As a member-owned not-for-profit fraternal benefit society, Lutheran Brotherhood is an organization of more than one million Lutherans joined together for fmanc"ml security, volunteer service, and benevolent outreach. Lutheran Brotherhood's mission is to work together to provide financial security for members and to serve Lutherans, their congregations, institutions, and communities. Christmas program December 17 at Brewster Adventist School Guests who show up Thursday night, December 17, for the 7 p.m. Christmas program at the Seventh-day Adventist School gym on Valley Road, will become a part of the Old West as they watch Christmas Comes to Lone Star Gulch. The Western musical portrays the melting heart and changing altitude of a cantankarous storekeeper character played by Carl Canwell. Besides the drama, there will be special musical interludes by the "Lone Star Band" directed by Kathleen Christensen and gymnastic routines by the "Tumble Weed Tumblin Team" directed by Principal Les Kelley and Pastor Start Beerman. A youthful choir will be directed by Dorita Strobel and other musical specials will include variety performances. Following the program refreshments will be served by Home and School leader Debbie Kelley and her assistants. Most of the students in grades one through nine will be a part of the Old West drawls Kelley who invites "Y'all Come Out Now, Ya Hear!" Wm. E. Vallance photo Decorating the Moon A full moon highlights the decorative light poles that line Brewster'e Main Avenue. r people move, sat with babies. With of a multi-pack of Cinnamon Street the change in the seasons--and the rolls. People who donate food and Correction . |AJNCI! }|I'U snowstorms--they are available to ordera Hungry Bear Burger basket at The Quad City Herald inadvertently omitted the name of Wade Foged, with ] hang Christmas lights or remove Lindsey s Drive-In will receive a free a 3.00 to 3.49 GPA, in Mansfield School's announcement first quarter honor I Brewster snow by shovel or tractor, in addition medium drink. to any and all other jobs. BearCoveVideoownersareoffering students in last week s paper. ! Monday, December 14: Breakfast - Cold cereal, doughnut, fruit, milk. Lunch - Spaghetti, garden salad, fruit, milk. In facL the teens will consider any two specials. People who donate food #f #f1 [1 Tuesday, December l5: Breakfast - Muffins, scrambled eggs, fruit, request and have not turned anything will receive $1 off the price of a large milk. Lunch - (Elementary) Teriyaki bites, veggie, fruit, milk. (H.S./ down yet, said social studies teacher pizza or 50 cents off the price of a Jr.H.) Potato chili bake, garden salad, fruit, milk. PatSheilon, Noraretheirbborscortfined latte. The McDonald s in Brewster is Wednesday, December 16: Breakfast - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, the Brewster School District. They offering a free apple pie, cookies or ! have workedinPateros,and we would ice cream cone in exchange for a 110/ .  I m ilk. Lunch - Ham slices, mashed potatoes, rolls, fruit salad, milk. Friday, December 18: Breakfast - Pancakes with syrup, sausage, havegone uptoOmaktodosomeone s donation. I fruit, milk. Lunch - Hamburger patty on wheat bun, tater tries or'fries, yard," had the person not changed All those offers remain in effect i fruit, milk. 'their mind, Shelton said. Students are through December 16. m __ _ . m .... m __ ........ 00hrlstmos 00ll00lUll,00ldl.00lll.3kt00Quality * ................ Public ! i..' D ['I1M 1 rl"rlp'IAg ........   * ..   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