daughter of Susan Bancroft grad of 95. Photo Courtesy
Nicholas Tyler Willard, son of '97 DHS grad Dawn Krebs, enjoying a visit with
Santa (Mr. Ron Magee) at the Delta Christmas Bazaar 2004.
Photo Courtesy: Gramma Jurgens "Mrs. J"
Isaac Parker celebrates Christmas at the South Pole as you can see here with
the Christmas message being reflected on the ceremonial South
Pole. He also participated in the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count. He saw
"0" birds even after placing a hummingbird feeder on top of the
South Pole. Photos Courtesy Barbara Parker
A Light Shines in the Darkness
Service of Lessons and Carols, Friday, 24 December 2004, Fort Greely Chapel
Special Seasonal Music begins at 6:30 pm Candlelight Service at 7:00 pm
A Fort Greely and Delta Junction Community Worship Service.
Off-post community members will check in at the Main Gate. Please bring a valid
ID or Driver’s License, Automobile Registration, and Proof of Insurance.
For more information, contact: Fort Greely Chapel
December 15, 2004
Sierra and Tyriq Luke (Julie Luke's two little angels) enjoying a book:-)
Photo Courtesy Julie Luke
2005 Delta All School Reunion
Updated information on accommodations for the All School All Class Reunion set
for July 4, 2005. Check out
www.deltahigh.myevent.com under traveler's accommodations for those
traveling from out of town.
Buckley and his son, Wesley, joined his sister, Leslie, and her son, Colton Bobo
at the Blatchford family reunion in Palmer for Thanksgiving. Over 140 people
attended the gala.
Photo Courtesy Ruby Hollembaek
Extension to Comment Period - Army Range
U.S. ARMY GARRISON, ALASKA
DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
Construction and Use of a Battle Area Complex and Combined Arms
Collective Training Facility within U.S. Army Training Lands in
EXTENSION OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement will be
accepted until January 10, 2005. The Draft EIS can be viewed at
Please mail your written comments to:
Directorate of Public Works
Attn: APVR-RPW-EV (Gardner)
724 Postal Service Loop #6500
Fort Richardson, AK 99505-6500
For further information, contact
U.S. Army Garrison, Alaska, Environmental Resources, Kevin Gardner
(907) 384-3331; email:
December 14, 2004
This is Justin Taylor in the top eight finals round of the regional rifle
tournament held at UAF on Dec. 11, 2004, where he placed 5th in the tournament.
Justin is a Senior at Delta High School.
Photo Courtesy Carl and Julie Taylor
Delta High School Sports Dec 13 - Dec 19
Hockey - Dec 14, Tues. 6:45 PM - Delta at Monroe
Basketball - Dec 16 -18 , Thurs - Sat. Yakutat Tournament - Time TBA
BIRTHDAY Dec 12 - Dec 19
Dec 15 is
Nicky Stephen's birthday. Happy Birthday Nicky from your friends
Happy 6th Birthday to
Derek Mills Jr. From Aunt Debbie & Brett
is Derek Mills Jr. Birthday We
Love You . From Mom, Dad and Kailey
Happy 18th Birthday to
Lisa Green! December
19th, From Cassie! See you on Sunday- your birthday!
Project Christmas Needs Volunteers
PROJECT CHRISTMAS WEEK IS ALMOST HERE! I have ordered food and gifts for
approximately 100 of our less fortunate families in the Delta area. Now I NEED
Some folks have already called in to help in various areas. But here are the
places that I still need quite a bit of help:
- 2 or 3 strong people (men or women) to pick up food from the IGA on
Dec 17, morning before 10 am and take it to the Community Center.
- 2 or 3 strong people to pick up food from the commissary, too.
- a couple of strong folks and a heated truck or van to pick up potatoes at
Brasier's Farm (those taters need to stay warm).
- a couple of youth groups or adult groups for Wrap and Ribbon night
(Wednesday), Dec 15, from 6-9pm. This is actually loads of fun!
- a couple of "checkers" on Saturday, Dec 18, morning distribution. A hand-truck
or two is helpful here as well.
- and of course, a few folks with cars to help deliver these wonderfully packed
Please call me if you can do any of these jobs, so that I won't continue to fret
about the unfilled positions. 895-5532.
Project Christmas will be taking referrals for families through Dec 12. Please
call one of our local churches to refer someone for a Christmas Box.
My thanks to the community for their continued joyous support of Project
Christmas. It is truly something Delta should be proud of.
Merry Project Christmas, Fran Hallgren
December 8, 2004
Yes folks, it's Christmas time. In the next week we will be displaying
photos that are being sent in showing different businesses and homes. If
you have a picture you would like to share, send it to DNW. Remember to take
time out and drive around our community and look at the beautiful lights that so
many are displaying.
Photos Courtesy Gary Cooper
Fairbanks Drama Association presents CHIMES
A Christmas Vaudeville by James B Nicola. Based on the story Why the
Chimes Rang by Raymond MacDonald Alden. A delightful musical!
Performances: Dec 17, 18. and 19. For children
ages five to still alive! Tickets $12.00 for anyone older than 12
years old, $6.00 for anyone 12 years and under, (all audience
members must be ticketed). Advance tickets on sale at: Hoitt's Music
Mon- Sat, or credit card reservations taken by phone at 456-PLAY,
M-F 1 pm - 5 pm. Performance will be at the Riverfront Theatre, 1852
2nd Ave, Fairbanks.
December 10, 2004
Fairbanks Drama Association presents The Santaland Diaries
Special late night holiday comedy: The Santaland Diaries, by David
Sedaris, Directed by Shannon Luster, Featuring Andrew Cassel.
Presenting the hilarious and edgy comedy by the man who actually was
employed as an elf in Macy's Department Store Santaland. This
uproariously funny autobiographical will ring your chimes. For
mature audiences only. Six performances ONLY: December 17, 18. Curtain time 10:30 pm. Riverfront Theatre Box Office opens
at 1o pm for walk-up sales. to pre-order your tickets, phone
456-PLAY, M-F, from 1 pm - 5 pm. Or to go Hoitt's Music Mon Sat.
December 10, 2004
While attempting to sneak up on a small herd of moose, these red
poles flew into a willow tree and presented themselves for a nice photo.
Courtesy Dwight Phillips
You're Invited: Granite View Sports & Gifts Christmas Open House
Saturday, Dec 11. Granite View Sports & Gifts. Door prizes and
refreshments. Sale December 9 -12. 25% OFF All shirts, sweaters and
polar fleece shirts. Special sales throughout the store. Beautiful Christmas
decorations. Open Mon - Sat 9 AM to 7 PM. Open Sundays until Christmas 10 AM - 6
December 7, 2004
7th Annual Christmas Open House
Delta Meat Sausage
Saturday, Dec 11. 10 AM - 4 PM. Sample delicious
home-made smoked products and enter to win a side of Alaska Grown
pork, a smoked ham, or a smoked turkey.
Shop early for wonderful tasty Christmas gifts for loved ones near
or far. Delta Meat also makes up great gift packages as
business appreciation gifts. Place your orders early for the
Mile 1413 Alaska Highway.
December 7, 2004
All Are Invited
The Whitestone Choir, together with musicians from the Fairbanks
Chamber Orchestra, are presenting a concert and all are invited to
It will take place on December 12th, 7:00 P.M., at Whitestone Farms.
Directions to Whitestone will be posted by Spengler Rd. and/or
Probert St. off of the Richardson Hwy., north of Delta.
Call 895-4938 and ask for Elaine or Emerson, if you have questions.
December 10, 2004
A family photo of the Albaugh Family. Rob is a 2001 graduate from Delta and
Amanda is a 2000 graduate. Their two children in the photo are Torrance
Elizabeth Albaugh, age 3, and Tanner Cyress Albaugh, age 1 1/2. Rob is currently
making a career out of the Air Force at Eielson AFB, Alaska. Soon we will be
moving to Holloman AFB, New Mexico, in Mid-March.
Photo Courtesy Amanda (Fox) Albaugh
Delta High School hockey player Allen Waldo (#3 green) is
shown making a sharp turn toward the puck against a Glenallen Panther player on
Saturday December 4 during road games against Kenny Lake and Glenallen. Delta
won both games. Delta's first home hockey games of the season will be Friday and
Saturday, December 10 and 11 against the Kenny Lake Hawks.
Delta High School hockey player, Travis DuBois is shown in the Glenallen Clinic
getting a cut on his leg stitched that he received in the game against Glenallen.
Photos Courtesy Steve DuBois
At a recent Court of Honor five boys earned their next rank ranging from
Tenderfoot to First Class. Earning rank are the five boys around the scout cake,
from left to right, Bill Feilner, Steve Bealer, Taylor Levinson, Martin Hosier,
and Charlie Herman. Photos Courtesy Fronty Parker
Charlie Herman honor his mother with his second class
pin. Photo Courtesy Fronty Parker
Taylor Levinson honors his mother Tiki, with his
Tenderfoot pin. Photo Courtesy Fronty Parker
Books Make Great Gifts
Delta School Library and the Delta Community Library will both have booths at
the Winter Carnival at Delta School on Saturday December 4 from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Check out the great assortment of books for everyone, stocking stuffers,
gift baskets and more. Finish your holiday shopping all in one place and
support your community at the same time.
December 4, 2004
Delta Deadeyes: Nov.14&15 - The Delta Deadeyes Junior Rifle OA¹ Team - Justin
Cotton, Nick Solomon, Ryan Dunham-Bender, and Luke Cotton - won their first
match (ever) 721 to 675 over the Valdez Patriots Junior Rifle Club. The postal
match consisted of 20 shots from the prone position. Patriots shooter, Justin
Jokela¹s 191 was the individual match winner over Deadeyes Justin Cotton¹s 187.
The Deadeyes¹ next postal match will be on Dec. 12 &13 with the Monroe 4-H Rifle
Club, the Monroe H.S. Club, and the Valdez Patriots Junior Rifle Club. Photo
Courtesy Bill Dunham
Delta News Web looking for community news and classified ads
The DNW needs help from you. Please send your news and
events. Our classified ads page is also starting to look a
little empty. We depend solely upon our community to fill our
pages with news, events, ads and photos.
We want to thank each and everyone of you who help to make the daily
edition of the DNW a great place for folks to go and learn about our
We keep a file of photos that people send in. They will be
used at some date. Don't think your photos aren't important to
us. Keep sending those too.
Webmaster -- November 27, 2004
Rural Deltana VFD looking for help
Rural Deltana VFD is soliciting kitchen groups for Mondays during
bingo at the Community Center.
The group will provide a dinner for 6-8 players. RDVFD provides the
In addition to selling dinners, groups raffle 3-5 dessert items . We
pay each group $25 per week. Groups earn $75 to $100 on the raffles.
Groups work from 6 to 9 pm.
Several months are open. Call Steve McCombs 895-4909 or Matt Creager
895-5277 to sign-up.
November 25, 2004
Deborah McPeek and Jim Snyder were married August 15, 2004, in Sterling, Alaska,
at Ministry of Living Stones with Vicki Walber officiating. Linda Reed of Delta
Junction was Deborah’s matron of honor, and Mike Sullivan of Renton,
Washington, stood as Jim’s best man. Sirsha McPeek, the bride’s granddaughter
and daughter of Kristofer and Chrischal Alfonsi, adorned the aisle way
with ivory rose pedals as Gramma’s flower girl. Melody Reed of Wasilla played
for the bride “Morning Has Broken” as she walked down the aisle. Lisa
Stossmeister of Delta Junction captured every moment with her camera to record
their ceremony and reception. The bride wore an ivory Spencer Alexis dress with
jacket and held a spray of bridal white roses. Her matron of honor wore a peach
dress and held a bridal white rose wrap. The groom and his best man wore
traditional black tuxedoes.
The bride was surprised when her sister, Donna Burdette of Dickenson, Texas,
flew into Anchorage the Thursday before the wedding. This was a special addition
to the day.
Following the reception at the Sterling Senior Center, the bride and groom
remained in Soldotna and on the following Tuesday arrived in Delta for a visit
with friends and family. New Hope Community Church gave the couple a most
beautiful and heartfelt reception on Thursday evening. Jim and Deborah are
presently residing in Anchorage and hoping to someday return to the rural life.
Photo Courtesy Deborah (McPeek) Snyder
November 24, 2004
The Olberg family had a reunion of sorts in Anchorage over Labor Day weekend, at
Kristen (Olberg - class of '90) Zayon's house. Back row: Harley Olberg, Kristen
(Olberg) Zayon, her husband Jack Zayon, Dan Olberg (Class of '86), his wife
Tracy Olberg. Front row: Alex Bravo, Al Bravo, Cindy (Olberg - Class of '81)
Bravo, Lynn Olberg (holding Blythe Zayon), Aaron Bravo, Abby Bravo, Gabe Zayon
and Emma Zayon. Dan and Tracy live in New Zealand, so seeing them is an
infrequent treat! Missing was Jessica (Olberg - Class of '83) Oliver and her
family; Ken, Candice and Graham. Photo Courtesy Kristen Zayon
CES to Offer Workshops & Classes in Early 2005
Winter means workshops for extension. There will be several workshops offered
locally, seating is limited with most local extension workshops, so please sign
up in advance to insure a space. If there is low attendance these workshops will
not be offered locally. For further information please contact the CES office at
895-4215 or stop by room 114/115 in the Jarvis Office Center.
Livestock Specialist Dr. Milan Shipka is planning workshops for the Delta area.
Thursday, January 13, 2005, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.: “Animal Disease and the
Animal I.D. Program” will be a generic discussion on topics that producers need
to be aware of regarding BSE (Mad Cow Disease) and updates on border issues and
a discussion on mandatory premise and animal i.d. program.
Other workshops being planned for February 2005 “Animal Housing Facilities” and
March 2005 “Traits for Genetic Improvement”. There will be a $5.00 registration
fee per person per class, registration deadline is Monday, January 10, 2005 for
the January 13th class.
Food Preservation Workshops Home Economist Roxie Rodgers Dinstel, will be
offering two workshops in Delta in January and February 2005. Canning in Tin
Cans – and a “Preservers Choice” class will be offered. There hasn’t been much
response to these classes so if you are interested please let the CES office
know, as soon as possible.
Rich Seifert, Energy and Housing Specialist will travel to Delta to conduct
his (free) 8-hour Cold Climate Building Workshop, in mid-February. He is also
offering an “Introduction to Solar Energy for Alaskans” workshop during the same
time at the Delta CES conference room for a fee of $10 to cover the cost of the
Alaska Solar Design Manual.
Pesticide Safety and Education and Wood Preservative Training Classes are being
scheduled for January 2005. If you need to be recertified or are looking to be
certified contact the Delta District Office.
Other items of interest are: the Collecting and Using Alaska’s Wild Berries and
Other Wild Products is currently half price for the holiday season and will be
on sale until December 23, 2004.
Holiday Closures: CES State and District Offices will be closed December 24th
through January 3, 2005 for Christmas and New Years. Wishing you all a safe and
happy holiday season!
The Cooperative Extension Service is located in the Jarvis Office Center room
114 and 115. Call 895-4215 for any questions regarding extension programs. Thank
December 23, 2004
This shot was taken while on a halibut trip with
Charlie Atwell and my daughter Rachel last August. We were on Charlie's boat in
Prince William Sound while we watched a group of about a hundred sea lions
cavort for over an hour before Charlie insisted we go land some halibut. Shortly
afterward Rachel out fished both Charlie and I landing her first ever "butt"
weighing about sixty pounds!
Photo Courtesy Dwight Phillips
BIRTHDAY Dec 20 - Dec 26
“Big 40” to Cheryl Gardner on
birthday is Dec 21st. "Happy
Birthday, Love Mom and Jim"
Happy Birthday Megan
Allen. You have always been my best Christmas gift!!
We love you! Mom and Dennis
Happy Birthday to my wonderful husband
Jeff Howard on December 24th!
ANNIVERSARY Dec 20 - Dec 26
December 22 Happy Anniversary
Tammy and Doug. Hope you have
many more. Love Mom
Happy Anniversary to Klarantz and Cinde
on Thursday, December 23rd!
May you enjoy many more years of bliss! Love you, Pamela
Christmas photos courtesy Gary Cooper
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Accepting Gifts/Donations
The Fairbanks Memorial Hospital is accepting gifts, need to have tags & be new
(for health reasons), and/or donations for the children who are in the hospital
over the holiday season.
Items or donations may be mailed or dropped off. Children range from the ages of
toddlers through 17 years of age.
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Auxiliary Dept., 1650 Cowles Street, Fairbanks,
December 16, 2004
Christmas photos courtesy Gary Cooper
Christmas pics from around town.
Photo Courtesy Gary Cooper
Statistics for 2004 Project Christmas
* We have been given the names of 86 families who are in need of Project
Christmas food boxes.
* The volunteers (thanks to Web and Wind pleas) have been turning out
nicely...all areas covered this year (so far). Woohoo!
* $3824 has been collected so far through various
donations and the Be A Star program.
* We need at least $2000 more to cover the cost of all the
food and gifts.
With all the new prosperity in town, I thought this might be a banner year for
donations; but that has not been the case. It is incredibly short this year.
That also surprises me, because it is such a blessing to give. If you could see
the faces of the kids and even the parents, or the shut-ins that we deliver
boxes to, you would understand how much Project Christmas is needed still in
So I'm putting the word out one more time: Please Give. It matters very much.
P.S. The mitten tree is sorely lacking those beautiful
hand-knitted hats, scarves, mittens, etc. All you knitters: Got a hat or
two to put up there? We'll be collecting them on Friday. We'll be accepting
monetary donations until Christmas Eve (or New Year's Eve if need be).
Thanks to all who have already put in your support
through volunteering or $$$ (and to those who are still working on it). God
bless each and every one of you. This is a community project, and it can't be
done without you.
Project Christmas Coordinators
December 16, 2004
To the best of my knowledge, we do not have pear trees in Delta, so the best we
can do for our 12 days of Christmas is a partridge in an aspen tree. This
partridge is a ruffed grouse. The Delta Christmas Bird Count will be Sat.
December 18. Contact Steve DuBois if you are interested
in participating. Photo Courtesy Steve DuBois
The Delta Community Choir, under the direction of Kathy Sharp, performed their
annual Christmas concert at Ft. Greely Chapel on December 9th. Local children
enjoyed Santa's surprise appearance. The concert was well-attended, and members
of the community joined the choir for some carol sing-a-longs during the up-beat
performance that ended with Hallelujah Chorus.
Photos by Brian Stille and Jill Cox
Pictures of Sara and John Stolz playing with their son, Kyle, at their home on
Photos Courtesy Amanda Albaugh
Delta Library Closure
The Delta Library will be
until Friday, December 17th.
December 8, 2004
Delta High School Sports Dec 6 - Dec 12
Rifle - Dec 10, Fri. 2 PM JV/V
Rifle - Mid Alaska Championships Dec 11, Sat. Host West Valley, sit- UAF
Wrestling - Dec 10 - 11, Fri. - Sat. -ASSA/First National Bank of Alaska State
1-2-3A Championships - Seward
Hockey - Dec 10, Fri. 7 PM - Kenny Lake at Delta
Hockey - Dec 11, Sat. Noon - Kenny Lake at Delta
Basketball - Dec 11, Sat. 2:009 PM - North Pole at Delta - JV/V
Dec 1- Dec 7
Happy Birthday to
of Delta Jct.
Happy Birthday to
Eula Nistler, on Dec 2nd.
May God bless you with many more! Fr J
Happy Birthday to
Eula Nistler on
Dec 4....from TC and Patti
Happy birthday to
Elaine Shannon on
Dec. 6, from your loving
daughter Audrey. I love you very much and wish you the best in
everything you do.
Dec 7th is Cydney Rene'
Mansfield's Birthday she will be 4 years old! Love Mom,
Obituary for William R Jacob
Full Name of Deceased: William R. (“Bill or Jake”) Jacob. Age: 67.
Date of Death: 12/06/2004. City of Residence in AK: Palmer. Place of
Death: At home with family beside him all the way. Cause of Death:
Lengthy illness. Service Information: None
Officiant: None. Pallbearers: None Date of Birth: December 7, 1936.
Place of Birth: Spokane, Washington. Education: Graduated high
school in Fairbanks about 1954. Military Service: Army Reserves as a
Combat Engineer at Ft. Richardson from 1956 to 1962
Date AK Residency Began: 1944.Other Places in AK Deceased Lived &
Dates: Lived in Fairbanks growing up, moved to Anchorage in 1968,
Eagle River in 1970, has lived in Palmer since 1982 to present
Employment: Joined Local #302 in 1956 as a Heavy Duty Operating
Engineer at Fort Richardson for 29 years, retired in 2003
Church/Organization Affiliations: Christian
Hobbies or Special Interests: Work related award certificates
Family Statement: “Our father will be heartfully missed dearly. His
words of wisdom, his loving heart, generosity to many a man who
never gave up, even at the end. Many memories to have and to hold
forever more by family and close friends. Keep the faith he said,
‘Take it one day at a time’”.
Survivors: Daughters, Natosha Jacob, Vicki Jacob of Palmer, Alaska,
Monique Jacob of Michigan, Lori Jacob of California; Son, William R.
Jacob, Jr. of California; Grandchildren, Brianna Jacob, Zachary
Jacob-Bowers, Steven and Holly of California, Justice Maxwell,
Claire Greib of Michigan; Sister Stephana Wright of Fairbanks,
Preceded in Death By: He is preceded in death by his mother, Jeffie
Funeral Home Info: Arrangements are/were with Valley Funeral Home &
Crematory in Wasilla. FAMILY CONTACT (IF QUESTIONS): NATOSHA JACOB
December 8, 2004
This black bear checks out my truck hood along the Alaska Highway in the Yukon.
Photo Courtesy Art Lenon.
Delta Community Choir Christmas Concert
The Delta Community Choir will be holding their annual Christmas Concert
on Thursday, December 9th at 7 p.m. in the Ft. Greely Chapel. All members
of the community are invited and will have gate access to attend the
Admission is FREE. Following the concert there will be a Christmas Cookie
Social. Everyone is encouraged to bring a plate of their favorite cookies to
share with others.
There's a rumor that "the jolly ol' elf" might make it in from the North Pole
for this concert so parents will want to bring their cameras along just in
case! Be sure to attend and be a part of this favorite annual event!
December 2, 2004
It was so cold out last weekend, (How cold was it?) Cold enough to freeze our
moose to ice cubes! This moose was found frozen in place in the Clearwater
area. Photo Courtesy Dwight Phillips
The sculpture sits in front of the owners home, Sam Vose.
9th Army Band Christmas Concert
The 9th Army Band will present its Christmas Concert on Monday, December 6, at
7 pm. The concert will be open to all members of the community and will be
held in the large gym at Delta High School.
"It's truly a family affair", said Ron Pierce, public affairs and protocol
officer at Fort Greely.
Visitors will enjoy traditional Christmas music and a medley of military songs.
In addition, there will be a visit from a special bearded gentleman in a red
December 4, 2004
The Tanana bridge with the Tanana bluff behind it. This photo was taken on
a recent clear night.
Photo Courtesy Gary Cooper
Winter Carnival & Volleyball Clinic this weekend
Team Alaska Volleyball will be hosting a winter carnival this
Saturday, December 4th from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. There will be many
vendors, crafts, and games. Also there will be a rummage sale and
silent auction. The concession stand will be open. That night we’ll
be making take-n-bake pizzas. The choices are cheese, pepperoni,
Hawaiian, or Combo (pepperoni, Canadian bacon, mushrooms, onions,
black olives). Pizzas are $15 and may be ordered by calling Holly
Stewart at 895-4655 or by mailing your order and payment to Holly
Stewart PO Box 527 Delta Junction AK 99737. Thanks for your support!
On Sunday December 5th, Team Alaska will be holding a volleyball
clinic for boys and girls in grades K-8. The cost is $25. Please
call Holly Stewart at 895-4655 to register your child.
November 29, 2004
This is a photo of turkeys for Thanksgiving decoration from the
Alaska Volleyball bake sale at the Christmas Bazaar. Photo courtesy
King Crab and Ham Fundraiser
Annie Grossmann, a member of the Alaska Ice Breakers Girl’s Hockey
team is selling Alaskan King Crab and Smoked Hams as a fundraiser.
This is a great deal if you like Alakskan King Crab and an
opportunity to help a local hockey player travel with her team. A 10
pound box of quick frozen crab is just $109. or a 14-16 pound smoked
Holiday Ham is $50.
Christmas orders MUST be in by Wednesday Nov 30th. Delivery will be
by December 15th. Super bowl orders must be in by January 11th and
delivery will be January 23rd.
Please call Annie 895-1910. We accept cash, check or credit card.
Call right away!
Thank you for your help and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
November 27, 2004
This black bear was seen walking through a creek with two cubs in tow.
Photographer was not willing to attempt to get all three in this frame.
Courtesy Dwight Phillips
Barb took this picture from their kitchen window in August while company was
visiting . It was about 4:30 PM and the black bear had a leather collar with
what appeared to be a battery pouch attached under his neck. He also has a red
tag in each ear. He was looking in the kitchen window and seemed to be
asking..."is it soup yet?" A 12 gauge "cracker" shell helped him on his way.
Photo Courtesy Mike Rawalt