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2013 Coonts Reunion

The Coonts Reunion was held August 10 at the Ava Lion’s Club. Those in attendance were Terry and Teona Heinlein; Gary, Richelle, Courtney, Hunter and Trae Shelton; Kendra Dering; Connie Downs; Cathy, Craig, Peggy Bell; Sherry Bell and Gary Shelton; ...

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T.O.P.S.

August 13th meeting was called to order by Sharon. Our guest speaker, Beverly, was late so we started on time and got a few things done before hand. Judy and Linda stayed the same. 15 weighed in with 4-3/4 lbs. ...

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Starworkers

Meeting was called to order by Marie. In attendance were Macie, Elnora, Kitty, Marie and Sharon. We said the Pledge of Allegiance and the Club Collect. We had surprise guests, Ed and Gwynne Kerens. Sharon read the devotion, Two Busy. ...

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Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club

The Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club met August 8th in the home of Geraldine Gray. The ladies began the meeting reading the Club Collect. Nadine read a poem “Finale” written by Faye Case, followed by some humorous “Burma Shave” readings. We ...

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Hampton’s Cookout

Hampton’s get-together, cookout and music playing at Leisa Hampton’s county home in Douglas County hosted by Leisa, Arthur and Charlie Hampton. There was the Hampton boys – Brad, Arthur, Roy, John and Lee Hampton and most of their families and ...

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Ava, Plainview and Skyline School Lunch Menus

Key: (A)        = Smart Choice entrée item (16 grams of fat or less) (B)        = Homemade fresh in the Opaa! Kitchen (C)        = Whole Grain -Rich (D)         = Farm Fresh Product (E)        = Made with peanuts   Ava Elementary School ...

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Researchers Study The Benefits Of Blueberries

HOUSTON ­Blueberries have never been more popular, thanks to their widely reported health benefits, which include potentially decreasing cardiovascular risk factors, enhancing insulin sensitivity, improving cognition and more. But what happens to blueberries after they¹re cooked in a variety of ...

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