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The Cuba Free Press January 29, 2004---3A Shelter Pals pets of the week Submitted photo itwould be nice to know who left these darling five week old Border collie mix puppies in a box by the side of the road last week on Glassey Road. Luckily someone came illong in time to rescue them and called Shelter Pals for help. They look like triplets; one is ter than the next. They recovered quickly and are ready for a permanent home. Left to right here are two boys and one girl. They love to play and will make a great pet for someone. now, they will go fa-t. As with all of our adoptions, the adoption fee includes all neces- ry vaccinations, medications and wormer while in our care. It also includes spay/neuter or a certificate to have the surgery when it is time. For more information please visit at shelterpals.org or call 573-885-3778. Senior Center Menu I Crawford County Historical Society News -V The Crawford County Historical Society held its first meeting of 2004 on Jan. 15 with 27 members present. The new Board of Directors for 2004 are as follows: President Betty DeLeo, Vice President Roger Tucker, Treasurer Sue Ryle, Secretary Annalee Williams, Board Member LaDonna Fountain and Board Member Phinis Deardeuff. The Genealogy Department will be handled by Roger Tucker, Helen Tucker, Helen Wright and Sandra Scott. President DeLeo introduced some new ideas to the Society for the upcoming year. Bill Next meeting February 19 at 1 p.m. Hours of operation are Wednesday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Capehart and Wanda Kolb will be the Historical Story Tellers. Each month they will give a pres- entation on a person or event which was held historical relevance to our community. This month Kolb reported on the Leroy Leezy family. This information will be added to our files as it is presented for future reference. Another new project is "Cuba Historical Treasures." We have several homes in this are which date back to the turn of the century and hold great historical value. The Society would like to recognize these homes. Judy Treece will chair this new project. She will research the his- tory of homes and the signs will be placed in the yards to designate them as "Cuba Historical Treasures." This would tie in with the mural project and be an added tourist attractions. Gary Hendrix was intro- duced to the Society. Mr. Hendrix has purchased the house located at 308 North Hickory. This house dates back to the late 1800&apos;s. Mr. Hendrix is planning to restore the house. This will be a wonderful addi- tion to our community. We continue to add new items to our museum displays and hope to begin work on the down- stairs displays in the near future. We expect 2004 to be an exciting year. We are expanding our horizons and hope that you will stop by so that we can share these new ideas with us. The Society meets on the third Thursday of each month at 1 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Museum hours are Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Running for public office? Let us print your flyers, cards or notepads. Cuba Free Press -- 573-885-7460 All olitical printin must be )aid for in advance January 29 Cabbage Beets Beans Tomatoes Crisp January 30 Steak Potatoes Pudding Fish Peas February 2 Bean Casserole Cake Chicken Filet Corn February 3 Tomatoes Beans WEDNESDAY, February 4 Sausage Biscuit Baked Apples Tator Tots Gingerbread ...................... Pub Burger Trimmings Cinnamon Roll THURSDAY, February 5 Meatloaf Chantilly Potatoes Brussell Sprouts Cheesecake Pork Chopette Apple Salad Gingerbread All menus served with coffee, milk, butter, bread and cold drink.We reserve the right to substitute menu items due to availability. 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