Aurelia Star Dispatch (Newspaper) - September 30, 2004, Aurelia, Iowa 2 - September 30, 2004 and Congregate 1 scalloped buttered cake with October 4 tarter baked potato green bean bread apricot October 6 sweet potatoes broccoli bread apple where you Five Day Forecast for Sept. 30 Fri. October 1 Sat. Sun. Octobers Mon. 77 53 of 65 48 68 39 71 48 73 47 4-H Is the Aurelia Graduate Subscription weeks teacher was answered correctly by Maxine The correct answer was Jeff you are the first to call and give The Aurelia the correct the name and year he/she graduated from Aurelia High you will win a three-month subscription to The Aurelia or an additional three months added to your current graduate or any member of the immediate family is not eligible the week their graduate is now at 434-2537. Good Luck and enjoy September 30 cereal - Apple October 1 breakfast pizza lettuce Ice Cream October 4 cereal - Peanut butter Green Beans or Fluffy Fruit October 5 French toast - fruit Chicken Toasted Cheese Peaches or Pears SALAD October 6 waffle - sausage garlic Offers Heating Inc. will be taking applications for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program starting October 1,2004 for elderly and handicapped households All other households can apply starting November 1, 2004 through April 15, 2005. This program is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services through the Iowa Department of Human Rights and has been established to help qualified low-income Iowa homeowners and renters pa for a portion of their primary heating Cherokee applications will be accepted Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Contact Opportunity Outreach Joan at 712-225-3322, e-mail address is or stop by the office at 921 South 2"=' Street in will need to furnish a social security number for everyone in the a copy of their most recent and telephone and proof of the household's income for the past three months The past 12 or the most recent calendar year Federal Income Tax deadline for News and Classifieds is Monday by 10 October 6 Coffee will be served by Caseys beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Aurelia Community October 13 Community Coffee will be served by Aurelia Hardware beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Aurelia Community October 20 Cofee will be served by Aurelia Day Care beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Aurelia Community Rock Daughter of the American Revolution Rock Daughter of the American Revolution Meeting will be held at Danny's Sport 1013 So. 2nd a main Health concern for Board meets at 11:45; Meet and Greet time at Meeting will convene at 12:15. Local Coe College Student Participates in Fall High He is a returning football team is coached by Erik Raeburn who has been at Coe as head football coach for five He coached Coe to their first Iowa Conference Championship in 2002. near the heart of Cedar Coe College is a nationally recognized liberal arts college providing superior quality educational experiences for students since 1951. 3-9 is National 4-H Cherokee County 4-H will be celebrating the week in various County 4-H will start National 4-H Week by sponsoring a Chamber Coffee on October 1st at the Sanford We will be awarding a Chamber member business with a plaque for their contributions to 4-H during the past the whole month of 4-H exhibits will be displayed at the Sanford These exhibits were exhibited at the Cherokee County Fair and specially chosen to be Please stop in at the Sanford Museum in Cherokee during the month of October and see the 4-H Remember to sign our guest Cherokee County Extension Office is sponsoring a 4-H Window Contest during the week of October 3-9. Business windows Cherokee County will be decorated by Cherokee County 4-H The windows will be judged sometime during National 4-H The top three windows will be receiving cash County Youth Council members will be going to the 4th grade classes in Cherokee County during the next few weeks to promote 4-H. All students in Cherokee County in grades 4-12 are eligible to join 4-H. invite you to join Cherokee County 4-H as we celebrate National 4-H Week Oct. 3-9. you know of anyone in grades 4-12 who is looking for a fun and educational where they decide what area of interest they want to please contact Brenda at the Cherokee County Extension Office at 225-6196 for more Reilly of Aurelia is participating on the football team this the son of Larry and Sbanda is a 2002 graduate From Smoking Class to Start October 4th INCOME PER MONTH GROSS families with five add for additional program is not designed to pay a household's tota energy It will provide supplemental assistance based on several factors including household household and type of heating After a household is approved for a one-time payment will be made to the primary fuel Payments will be credited on a first first served basis as the Iowa Department of Human Rights make funds All payments are subject to availability of more contact your local outreach office or call the central office at 1-800-859-2025 or TDD 1-800-735-2942/Voice 1-800-735-2943. Visit us on the web at 222.mid-siouxipportunity.org Lori Mein Beth James RN and Kala Knight BSN are the instructors for the upcoming Freedom from Smoking you a If you are you ready to quit for Quitting may be easier than you diseases claim an estimated 430,700 American lives each year and costs the United States approximately billion each year in health-care costs and lost It is also directly responsible for 87 percent of lung cancer cases and causes most cases of emphysema and chronic close to 45 million Americans have quit smoking over the past Freedom from Smoking class is being made possible by Sioux Valley Memorial Cherokee Community Health and Dr. Stephen Veit's The Beth James Kala Knight and Lori Mein are all American Lung Certified Instructors and will provide support through the smoking cessation benefits will be recognized upon successful completion of this program including lower blood decreased chance of a heart attack and reduced sinus and bronchial fatigue and shortness of There will also be significant improvement in the sense of smell and will be 7 group starting October 4"' running through November 15"' These meetings will start at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Education Room at Sioux Valley Memorial Hospital to the The exact dates for the classes are October 4"', October 11"", October 18"', October 20"', October November 1" and cost of the program is due at the first participants who attend all 7 sessions will receive a complete refund of this It is crucial to attend all 7 sessions to ensure the full effect of the To register for this class or to receive additional call Sioux Valley Memorial Hospital at 225-3368 extension 200 or Cherokee Community Health at 225-6718. Military Kids Sponsors 4-H Recruitment 4-H Military Kids project is challenging Iowa's 4-H clubs and Clover Kids to search out and recruit the children of National U.S. Army and Accession Command These children face many challenges in their lives and can benefit from the safe sense of and caring adults found in Iowa's 4-H clubs and Clover the needs of kids through positive youth development is the role 4-H Kids don't need to live on a farm or raise livestock to be in 4-H or Clover focuses on developing and skills and offers kids the opportunity to practice those 4-H project areas cover a wide variety of topics from aerospace to photography to woodworking name 4-H kids can do for recruitment activities in your county or contact your Iowa State University County Extension office for more Addresses of County Extension offices can be found at Military Kids will fund the state portion of the program development fee for the first 100 new military kids recruited into 4-H or Clover Military Kids is a partnership of Army Child and Youth USDA National 4-H and Iowa State University 4-H Youth Military Kids Iowa is funded by the USDA Army and Auburn University Youth Development Project 2003-48558-01723. Clover lOds is for children in grades and 4-H is for children in grades 4-12. more information about Military Kids and this campaign contact Chris Gleason at 515-294-1557 or For more information about Cherokee County 4-H and Clover contact Brenda Welch at 712/225-6196. in 2000 Millennium Publications - Benson - Publisher - Sports Todd - Managing Editor Tabitha Jacobson - Circulation billing questions are to call 368-4566 have invoice number 434-2537 434-2537 Aurelia is published weekly for per year in Cherokee Ida and Plymouth Counties and per year on other counties and out-of-state by the Aurelia Iowa 51025-0392. Periodicals Postage paid at lA. There is an additional charge of for each address change This payment must accompany any address change All subscriptions must be pre-paid before subscription can Send address changes to the Aurelia P.O. Box 277, IA 51005-0277.