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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Corbin, Kentucky Times Tribune a weekend edition Jan. 10-11,1998 newsroom 528-2464 or 1-800-739-8878 Page 3 fax 528-9850 email wanted one family photo submitted Brothers Terry and Dusty above Are looking for a family. Times Tribune staff report what does a family offer a family provides children with a primary caretaker the same people Day after Day giving love and safety. This enables children to form attachments to learn about the give and take in All relationships to have support in time and stress. Families provide a Model for children to learn How to care for themselves to learn How to express feelings and to learn that they Are accountable for their actions. When children contribute to the family by helping with chores or giving support to others they learn they Are competent and can do things. When they live in a permanent family children grow in Many ways. The give and take of family life teaches us How to balance ourselves throughout life. Dusty and Terry need a family. They Are usually Happy energetic youngsters. They enjoy being outdoors playing basketball fishing Etc. They Are of average intelligence. Terry is a real Helper especially gardening. Terry enjoys Reading. Dusty loves to color sing and Tell stories from picture books. These youngsters have much to offer. They give hugs and enjoy being with adults. They also have needs. They need a family to provide the Structure and guidelines to help them continue to grow. They need to know they Are loved. To be eligible to adopt Dusty and Terry a family must first Complete a preparation and approval process. Financial assistance May be available. Call the special needs adoption program at 1-800-432-9346 or Contact the local department for social services office for More Winter whistles life a a Beach it a warm Breeze blew As we r walked on the White Sands of the Gulf of Mexico with Waters fro the Emerald sea lapping around our Bare feet. It was new years 1 Day and my granddaughter Sarah said a this is the happiest Day of my because she i found a Star fish and so did her Cousin Laura. Her brother Dylan was in Kentucky sledding Down the Hill _ beside Papas House and building Snow it men. All the while Sarah and Laura my other granddaughter were singing a frosty the their Sandman was As White As Snow with eyes and Teeth of seashells off Panama a Beach. He even had sea Weed r hair and a Seagull Feather in his Cap. Life is a Beach especially in _ Winter when the temperatures r drop to freezing and there a Frost in the sea a wits. Daytime brings mild temperatures erf 65 degrees. Sometimes the wind is swirling and Waves jump to 12 feet tall. When the brisk Ocean Waters sing a a song that calms the soul. The Iris blow bubbles that twirl and Shirley Caudill try to colourful Heights to meet the. Blue sky and Fluffy White Clouds sailing by. Sandpipers run riddles and lit a pageant Winner tie creatures washing up on the Beach. Sea gulls and Ter Mes Fly overhead and land on the White Sand to eat bread crumbs offered by children building sandcastles on the Sand. An occasional Pelican dives headfirst into the Emerald Waters to fetch the catch of the Day. As the Beautiful Waters Calm sailboats appear on the horizon and shrimp boats Are in the distance creating a Seascape for the artists Brush. Laura and Sarah went to Alvinus Mountain and watched the freshly hatched alligators and the mama and papa alligators basking in the Sun. They went to the Beach zoo and fed goats camels Deer monkeys swans and All sorts of exotic animals. We drove Down to the Bay to see the fishing boats and Fisherman a wharf. We drove through the tall live Oaks with hanging Moss that gave the Aura of a fan tas land. There was a Lighthouse in the distance through the Trees. Their great aunt Maude took them to Chucky cheese for an evening of no. They played All sorts of games and won prizes. Laura said a now i have something Cool to take to school for show and she has some yellow and purple shells and an unusual Star fish with spotted curled legs. She a taking Back 2 Gallons of White Sand for Dylan a ant farm. Although dogs have never been my favorite animal i came to love two Little White maltese dogs aunt Maude had acquired from a Friend. The tiny Little critters insisted on sitting in my Lap. They were very fond of Laura and Sarah As Well and became their sleeping companions. The girls did no to want to leave them behind. Sarah said shed take one and give Laura one but aunt Maude 1/2 Price All fall amp Winter merchandise downtown Corbin Falls Highway electrolysis clinic member International Guild private and confidential Donna Ridener certified clinical electrologist 172 Hwy. 511 Corbin by 40701 phone 606 526-1386 i Danielle Karen Ward daughter of Adam and Kathy Ward of Lexington participated in the 1997 Lexington area baby pageant on nov. 23 at the Transylvania University auditorium. Danielle was the Winner in the 7-9-month-old Beauty contest. She placed second in the photogenic contest and placed third in the miss Duchess contest. She won two trophies a ribbon and a certificate during the pageant. She a the granddaughter of or. And mrs. Alva Ward of Corbin and or. And mrs. Jesse Perkins of Williamsburg. Birthdays Jan. 10 Judy a. Vanderpool Mike Onkst Gary Wayne Goins Jessica Lynn Mason Kenny Irvin Shirley Doty Jan. 11 Tammy Cole Sabrina Hayes Claudette Humphrey Freddie Hignite Taylor Danielle Cox Carl Keating Jan. 12 Ruth Ann Davis Jimmy Jones Leon Garland Job Hunting the Job shop inc. Staffing services a a we get the Job Donee offer almost immediate employment at wages that Are competitive in our area along with an excellent Benefit and Bonus program we offer a Means for you to reenter the workforce be trained retrained and gain additional experience while Matching your skill level to a Job. We offer a Bridge to a permanent Job Over 40% of our employees Are being offered a full time Job at the company their on assignment at. Employees Are never charged a fee monday thru Friday a 7 00 . To 7 00 . Saturday 8 00 . To 12 00 noon 1364 s. Laurel Road London in front of Finley a fun Center 606 864-work 9675 equal Opportunity employer with offices also in Somerset amp Williamsburg by amp Tazewell to had a different idea. The last night we were there after spending a week in vacation land we had to head Back to Kentucky and the real world. We had to leave the pretty Beach where aunt Maude spends most of her time when she a not on a cruise to some Distant land. Aunt Maude spoils everyone who comes to the Beach with delicious food hospitality and comfortable Beds. She even does hair cuts and hair Dos. She a a beautician and Jack of All trades. Aunt Maude can do anything. She convinced me that i like dogs. As we leave Panama City Beach the girls say a Bye Bye Beach Bye Bye Palm Trees Bye Bye seagulls Bye Bye misty and Zachary Bye Bye aunt Shirley Caudill is a Laurel county resident Kir v i 1 if a he if v t la Golden anniversary Willis Snuffy and Billie Archer Smith will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open House hosted by their children and spouses Jan. 18, from 1-4 . At the first Christian Church Fellowship Hall on main Street in London. The couple were married in Lily on Jan. 14, 1948 by the Rev. Grant Reed. All friends and relatives Are invited. The couple the pleasure of your company at this Happy occasion instead of gifts. They have four children Tony Smith London Beschell Smith Rogers Virginia Linda Smith Floyd Keavy and Brenda Smith Lawson London seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Or. And mrs. Smith along with their children and grandchildren will take a cruise in april to celebrate the occasion. 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