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courctv TIMFS FRIDAY, JUIN 22, 2016- 3 Fa lion County Tirnel Tips What kind of hail protection do you have? By Sherry Vogel This past week many people in Fallon County had wished their garages had been emptied to give their vehicles protection before a severe thunderstorm with 'golf -ball' sized hail pounded down. A great number of vehicles suffered severe hail damage before the storm blew over. A hefty vehicle repair bill is a great moti- vator to convince a person to organize or clean out their garage. If you couldn't get your vehicle in the garage you are not alone, because the typical garage in America is being used as a storage unit. It houses a riding lawn mower, yard and garden equip- ment, seasonal patio furniture, camping equipment, seasonal decorations, freezers, motorcycles, and misc. boxes. It might be interesting to note that the average person is totally caught off guard when hail strikes, although they do have some sort of insurance coverage. Many local res- idents have the same \hail protection plan.\ They scurry off to the closest bank or gas station awning, or group of trees, to take cover, only to find there is no space for their vehicle, because every one else is under the 'same protection plan'. Being able to find the humor in any situation is the balm that begins the healing. Here's to a weekend of mass garage cleaning and or- ganization. The following are a few tips to organize your garage items, which will help make space for your vehicles in the garage. • Adhere a wood pallet to the wall. Next size a piece of peg- board and screw to the front of the pellet. This creates a wall storage unit to store long handled tools (brooms, shovels, rakes, etc.) while hooks can be inserted into the pegboard to hang tools. • Lay a platform across the ceiling joists and use the space ; between the ceiling and the roof for storage. • Shelves or cabinets can be installed above the garages front wall. This is often an overlooked area for storage Residents, their families and staff enjoyed an after- noon of visiting and some very good food at the Villa's family barbecue. Michelle Shumaker and Olga Ehret both enjoyed the afternoon. Dr. Pat Kelly Dr. Jennifer Sarsland invisalign• enta1, Inc. 608 HWY. 12W. PO BOX 710 BOWMAN, N.D. 58623 701-523-3255 St. John's VBS is coming! July 25 - 29!! 2-5 p.m. St. John's Catholic Church Program Friday, July 29 at 5:30 p.m. Do Your Part! Keep Baker Clean! WF FARB° ABB Homo financing Information is just a conversation away 11 Karen Martin 408432-H39 karen.tnartIntiwellsfargacom wwwmfluncont/Itaren-martin NMI,Sk II) 400366 NA lege Sane laroor 1160,40 Weerlaplare. A r , 101./Wehlrp le , A.NA Ipsn..,ne•d MOHO 497500alipm1117016 is phenomenal By Sherry Vogel Thanks to the tremendous support of the greater commu- nity at large, the Baker Tor- nado Relief Fund, as of July 18, is a whopping $70,000. Unsolicited donations for the Baker Tornado Relief Fund have been collected in amounts of thousands of dol- lars from corporate groups and organizations to dollar amounts donated by individu- als. Smaller coinage has been donated to collection jars sit- ting on store, cafe and bar counters while small children have donated individual quar- ters earned by selling lemon- ade. The Baker community is grateful for the concern shown in this time of calamity. Mona Madler, of Southeast Montana Area Revitalization Team (SMART), the group re- sponsible for collecting and distributing the funds to tor- nado precipitants, divided the two categories of contribu- tions to derive a monetary amount given by each group. She was slightly surprised when she discovered that indi- viduals from the local area, as well as around the USA, had given the majority of the money. The breakdown of the donations were: $38,000 given from local individuals and people from around the USA. The donations, hence far from businesses and local/regional organizations is $32,000. Many of the individuals do- nating from across the nation have ties to Baker. Whether they had lived here at one time, are seasonal visitors for hunting or just ride through the community on their motor- cycle each year, once word of the tornado reached them, they felt compelled to help. \Sometimes donations come in ear -marked with a particular population in mind.\ stated Madler. She continued, \For instance, an elderly lady, from a surrounding community, flagged her donation to be given to an elderly person af- fected by the tornado.\ Some give out of their abun- dance, while others give all they have. Each donation is recognized and greatly appre- ciated. It is such a heartwarm- ing feeling to witness people pooling their resources to- gether to help others in need. SMART is the administrator of the funds, and as such, is creating policies and proce- dures to distribute the funds directly to those most affected by the tornado. SMART is a 501c3 non-profit organiza- tion.\ SMART is working with local, state and national organizations, who have expe- rience with recovery funds, so as to best determine the process of distributing the funds,\ said Madler. \SMART is sensitive to the donor's wish and intention of distribution, as well as. aware of individual survivor's needs,\ she concluded. N't Join us for a dance! .6 Sunday, July 31 • 2 -5 p.m. Two Step • Waltz • Polka • Jitterbug „ Triee gamey Showroom f OPEN HOUSE 80th Birthday Party for Regina Bruha Sunday, July 31 • 1 - 4 p.m. Join her for lunch and cake at St. Charles Catholic Church 202 1st Ave. SE, Bowman, ND Lift Chairs b tVvv/pvi In Stock B3I<12ri-, 00 14s Main • Balm, IAT 406.778.3618 Toll Free 1-800.742-4150 11 1st Ave. SE • Bowman. NO 701.523.3737 Toll Fro* 14366 903-3737 \Friends Healing Friends\ FALLON MEDICAL COMPLEX & COMMUNITY CLINIC 202 south .1th Street • Baker, MT 59313 406-778-3331 hospital • 406-778-2833 Clink' CLINIC HOURS Monday - Friday • 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. SERVICES INCLUDE 24 -Hour Emergency Room Acute Care/Hospital Care Outpatient Surgery Skilled Nursing Home Swing Bed/Long Term Care Home Health Services Life Line • Social Services Diagnostic Imaging • Mammography Colonoscopy • Ultrasound • CT • MRI Laboratory • Physical Therapy Dietetic Counseling Telemedicine Site Darryl Espeland, DO Dominick Trivisonno, MD Paul Wheeler, PA -C Leanne Breihahn-Garcia, PA -C, MPH Travis Allen, PA -C VISITING SPECIALISTS Leszek Jaszczak, MD (Radiology) Jeff Williams, MD (Obstetrics/Gynecology) 24 -hr access via Telemedicine to Billings Specialists SERVICES Flu & pneumonia immunizations • Prenatal care FAA. DOT, ICC physicals • Cryotherapy Minor surgical procedures Family health care for all ages Healthy Nlootoria kids Pros ider Support to the community Holy Rosary Healthcare B kFi oo a r The Holy Rosary Healthcare (HRH) Foundation's Books are Fun Book Fair has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Au- gust 16, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Wednesday. August 17, 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.. Books Are Fun is renowned for offering the finest selection of merchandise — gifts, games, toys, stationery, educational products, and of course, books— at a savings of up to 70 percent off retail prices. Scouring the globe since 1991, Books Are Fun buyers search for innova- tive and exciting products for a variety of audiences. Books Are Fun tests merchandise with \real customers,\ promoting un- surpassed quality. Working with schools and corporations across the nation, Books Are Fun donates a percentage of event proceeds to a charity of the host's choosing. Legal Tip of the Week Did you know ... different laws appy depending on if you rent a mobile home and lot, or just the lot? For more information, please visit the Housing section of www.MontanaLawIlelp.org. II you can't find the information you want, click on the LiveHelp button. Or call the Montana Legal Services Association HelpLine at 1-800-666-6899. Cards Submitted by jay Gregory Fifteen people came out to play pinochle July 17 at the Baker Senior Citizen Center. There were three tables of four players and one table of three players. Winners were Levi Illehechuk won twice, Delbert Schweigert and Ken Felt. l'inochle will be played again next Sunday. July 24, at 1:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center. Blood Drive Baker Community Blood Drive will be Wednesday. July 27, from, 1:00-6:45 p.m. (note the change in time) at the Baker Senior Citizen • Center, 420W. Montana Ave. Appointments are recommended. but walk-ins are welcome. Please call Ella Amell at 406-778-3829 to make your appointment to donate. Remember to bring your 1D.eat a good meal and drink kits a fluids. Yotere Ikekvilea to the 90 th Birthday Celebration in honor of Esther Wetzel Sunday, July 31 2 - 4 p.m. • Short Program at 2:00 p.m. Plevna Emmanuel Evangelical Free Church Annex No Gifts Please CeteiVtating fift of Stanley N. Saud, MD Sunday, July 24, 2016 • 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Joe Montana Center, ismay MT Join us for a luncheon to share the stories and remember a life lived to the fullest. Please bring a salad or dessert. Devon Banister Cancer hindraiser Shoot Sunday, July 24, 2016 Fallon County Shooting Range Baker, Montana Silhouette Shoot Trapshooting Game Pistol Team Competition Silent Auction Brisket Lunch Please contact (406) 630-2203 for pistol and rifle team registration. Entry fee is $40 per team. Reg- istration begins at 9 a.m. on site with the calcutta at 10 a.m. For more infonnaiton on this event please contact... Trap Games: Jan (406) 939-4950 Pistol Events: Shane (406) 639-2203 Rifle Events: Bob (406) 853-2859 Silent Auction: Andrea (406) 978-2610 Dr. James R. Campbell, DDS Family Dentistry Complete general dentistrg for adults & children: • Preventive • Cosmetic • implants • Crowns • Fillings • Root Canals • Extractions • Dentures Practice located in linker since 1994 202 South 4th Street W. Baker, MT 59313 I osser lesei of Fallon Medical ( 'musks° (406)778-5150 (800)676-7161 Ext. 231 Office hoot - s. 8:00 - 500 p.m. Monday - Friday