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I 4 .... "~"J ~Ju'A..,~L~j L.~LJL~..~ih~ ~ .... L ...... L. j ,; ,i, J~,i, JmlllUl.~ Ik~akl II, 2'I~ l|n .......... 1 Page Four The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, July 29, 2010 Avondale Veterinary Healthcare Complex is pleased to Introduce Dr. Tricia Beasley Avondale Veterinary Healthcare Complex is pleased to announce that Dr. Tricia Beastey has joined the Avondale Veterinary Healthcare Complex veterinarian team. She is a graduate of Iowa State University College of Veteri- nary Medicine and has a Special interest in small animal surgery, orthopedic surgery and emergency medicine. She completed an emergency and critical care internship at Iowa~ State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in 2008. She then continued her education at Affiliated Vet- erinary Specialist in Maitland Florida, where she com- pleted a general surgery internship. Dr. Beasley is a mem= ber of the American Veterinary Medical Association. She enjoys spending her free time with family, friends and her pets "Wrigley, "Gracie" and "Clifford". She loves travel, cooking, photography, and a number of outdoor activities that include snow skiing, running, hiking and climbing. Dr. Beasley joins Dennis Woodruff, DVM, Mandy Hol- lander, DVM, Christopher Groos, DVM, Elizabeth Wilkinson, DVM, Christie Carlo, DVM and Julie Gilmore, DVM at Avondale. You can learn more about Dr. Beasley by visiting Avondale's website at or on Facebook. Rebekah Frese Represents Carlisle at National History Day Rebekah Frese repre- and State Competitions ear- ~ontod Carlisle ~chools at lier this spring_ Hi~toryDay the N tion l History Daya nauonal program ac contest in College Park,signed to teach students re- MD., in June. Rebekah (asearch and presentation sophomore) presented a pa- skills through intensive per on the Orphan Trains. study of history. Rebekah earned this ad- Congauation Rebekah and vanced competitioff-bppor- we will look forward tb see- tunity by placing in the top ing how Rebekah wil do two papers at both District next year at History Day. Willow Weaving Workshop Pam Dennis and Ryk Weiss will lead the group in con- structing a willow end table on Saturday, /~ugust 7, 9:O0 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at Chichaqua Longhouse. Participants will learn to identify and choose appropriate materials, and prepare the willow for use. basic construction techniques are emphasized, with a variety of design options explored. You will leave the class with the ability to repeat the project on your own. Participants need: hammer, anvil shears, small bow saw, "wet" footwear (for gathering willow). Pre-registration is required: deadline is July 30. Mini- mum age 12. Fee: $50.' 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 (east of Culver's) Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-i500 Kathleen (Kat), BonBon & Becky formerly in SouthRidge Mall Monday - closed - Tuesday-Friday - 9am to 8pm Saturday - 9am to 7pm - Sunday - 11am to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome Ground Breaking Service at Holy Cross Lutheran Church Pastor Johnson breaking ground. An Elder, Charles Ikenberry, takes a turn as members look on. Trumpeters: (left)John Feldt and (right) Darell Urban. On Sunday, July 18th, following the divine service, the congregation followed Pastor Johnson outside where all sang "Christ is our Cornerstone" accompanied by two trumpets. Pastor then led the congregation in the Rite of Ground Breaking for Church Addition. With joy, many members of the church turned over three spadefuls of dirt each with the words "in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost". This was a celebrated time!! Watch the addition progress over the next several months as we add 5 classrooms, office space, an elevator, and additional restrooms! The date for the 3rd Annual GBC HEARTLAND CHAL- LENGE presented by SAFRS in Carlisle, IA will be Au- gust 20th and Aug 21, 2010. Save the date and come out to watch some Youth race mini rzrs for an hour, Youth race ATVs for 3 hours, Adult race UTVs for 4 hours and adult race ATVs for 10 hours. These are teams of up to 3 mem- bers racing. NOW Leasing * Maintenance Free Living * Rental Assistance Available * Water Garbage & Sewer Provided 'This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.' Carlisle Park Apartments II 1225 & 1245 Hardin Dr. Carlisle, IA CALL 515-975-8908 from Carlisle area churches... The Good News III II \ I Celebrates 150th Anniversary Sat, & Sun. Sept. 11 & 12, 2010 15:0th The weekend of September 11 and 12, 2010 has been set aside to commemorate the "lh0th Anniversary~' of the Carlisle Christian Church with a special celebration. The weekend festivities will begin outdoors on Satur- day afternoon. September 1 lth with special music for all, games ann acuvmes l or tile children, Memorabilia will be on display along with a program regarding the history of the Carlisle Christian Church, an old fashioned hymn sing and a" potluck dinner in the fellowship hall to end the evening. Sunday, September 12th the celebration continues. Do- nuts, juice and coffee will be served before the worship service. A helium balloon launch will take place just be- fore our Sunday service begins. Plans are being made once again for special music and program during the morning worship. Following worship we will be serving anniver- sary cake for the occasion. In planning the celebration, we have come across many interesting trivia facts in our memorabilia. The following trivia has been compiled from excerpts written by the late Blanche Lanning. "In 1860, Carlisle was nine years old, three blocks wide and six blocks long. The mail was brought from Des Moines once a week by a man on horseback. By this time, two churches, the Baptist and the Methodist, had been orga- nized. That year, the Carlisle Christian Church was orga- nized. During the early years, members met in the school house and in homes. In less than a year, the Civil War had started and ev- ery able-bodied man that could be spared was drafted into the service and served throughout the war." We will share more history in the upcoming weeks. We have enjoyed re-reading about the history of our congre- gation and this community, We hope you will enjoy read- ing it as well. We look forward to celebrating with old and new friends on this occasion. You are cordially invited to help the con- gregation celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Carlisle Christian Church! * Maintenance Free Living * Rental Assistance Available * Water Garbage & Sewer Provided 'This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.' Scotchview Manor Family Apartments 600 John Goodhue Rd. Carlisle, IA CALL 515-975-8908 ....