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8A April 3, 2003 Entertainment The Cu Free 00pril is National Mcohol Awareness Month April is National Alcohol Awareness Month and the focus is on underage drinking. Alcohol is the drug most fre- quently used by high school seniors, and its use is increas- ing. Boys usually try alcohol tbr the first time at just 11 years old, while the average age for American girls' first drink is 13. Underage drinking is a fac- tor in nearly half' of' all teen automobile crashes and con- tributes to youth suicides, homicides and fatal injuries. Additionally, alcohol abuse is linked to as many as two- thirds of all sexual assaults and date rapes of teens and col- lege students and is a major factor in unprotected sex among youth, increasing their risk of contracting HIV or other transmitted diseases. Sadly, however, high school students lack essential knowl- edge about alcohol and its effects. Nationwide, an esti- mated 5.6 million junior and senior high school students are unsure of the legal age to pur- chase alcohol; one third do not understand the intoxicating effects of alcohol; and more than 2.6 million do not know a person can die from an over- dose of alcohol. While the issue of underage drinking is a complex problem, one that can only be solved through a sustained and coop- erative effort between parents, schools, community leaders, and the children themselves, there are three areas which have proven to be effective in prevention of underage drink- ing: curtailing the availability of alcohol, consistent enforce- ment of existing laws and regu- lations, and changing cultural misconceptions and behaviors through education. Let's all wake up to this problem and get started on the solution. We can't afford to wait any longer. ,00oate 6 6 .finn Corner of Hwy H and Route 66, Leasburg, MO NEW HOURS: Bar 11-9 Tues., Wed., Thurs., & Kitchen 11-10 Tues., Wed. & Thur., & Sunday Fri. & Sat. Weekly Specials THURSDAY BBQ Chicken with potatoes, salad & veg. FRIDAY Meatloaf w/potatoes, salad & veg. SATURDAY Prime Rib Special SUNDAY Fried Chicken w/potatoes, salad cfp-xtra 4/3 TUESDAY Sloppy Joes, Spaghetti with garlic salad Karaoke on Friday With Lori Entertainment Guide to all your local acl;ivities 4/3 P.O. Box 1367 - Steelville, MO 573-775-5999 Reservations Fri., April 4 --The Dove Brothers Fri., May 16 -- 2'he Lewis Family Sat., May 31 -- Annual Talent Show Fri., June 6 -- The Talley Trio Sat., June 7 -- Country/Variety w/Meramecs Sat., June 14 -- Country Music Show w/Plummet Family Sat., June 21 -- Country Variety w/Meramecs Sun., June 22 -- Bluegrass w/Ill Tyme Out Sat., June 28 -- Golden Oldies w/Meramecs REV::VAL New Life Church NW Outer Road - Leasburg - 573-885-2119 April 9-13 7 p.m. each evening Sunday Services 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. Dave & Vickie Rice Musical Prophets and Evangelists Everyone Welcome Jim Delacourt - Pastor Dan Morrison- Associate Pastor l Pancake E reakfast April 6, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Holy Cross Parish Hall --ALL YOU CAN EAT -- $5.00 Per Person Sponsored by Knights of Columbus Proceeds go to Scholarship Fund cfp 3/27, 4/3 J J j,, w qll# .,f /F (00LOB LYRICS (teen club) TM /. 108 S. Lawrence St. (Old Cuba Theatre) For adults -- No one under the age of 17 ,j allowed without their parents. Dance starts at 7 p.m. % $8 per person door charge Cash concession Country & rock music --'Karaoke i: Galley Restaurant Lakeside Dining 3 1/2 miles on Hwy. DD in Indian Hills SeafoodPastaSteaks Friday All You Can Eat Catfish, Chicken, Shrimp $;895 SaturdaYBAR lght NOW OPEN & Saturday 5-8 pm; Sunday 8 am- noon 573-885-3528 cfp 4/3 g Fire partment MEAT SHOOT Sat., April 5 & 19 at 1:00 pm Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs, Soda & Coffee for refreshments. 573-241-0073 for more infc (Cell #) Cuba Banking Center==00 is taking orders for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Stop by our office at 700 N. Franklin, Cuba, MO 65453 or call 573-885-0021 to place your order. Delivery date will be Friday, April 18 at 9 a.m. at the bank. All proceeds go to Crawford i County Relay For Life Jl What's missing at the C ba Senior Center? YoU00 The Cuba Senior Center is open Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. We offer a great lunch buffet from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm. If you or your spouse is 60 or older, please stop in. If you are interested in home bound meals that are avail- able county wide, please call us at 573-885-2909. cfp-ss 3/20, 27, 4/3, 10 Bluegrass & Jam Session ,,,, Every . Z"- N.ght "'.--" Starting .at 7:00 prn (Acoustic only) No children under 10 Cuba Senior In house Pool Toumaments Mondays & Thursdays ' Hawaiian Lu; Sat. 1109 E (Old Rt. 6{}) Cuba MO Sunday, April 6, 2003 11 a.m.- 2 I 0.1 Masonic TI Steelville, M Ways & Means Martha & Mar O.E.S. Adults Children (12 & Special Services at Living Waters Fell 400 East St. James Blvd. St. James, MO on April 4, 5 & 6 Mike Cronk of Kansas City Formerly of Salem, MO And other speakers, as the leads. Mike will be teaching o0 Feast of Israel. Services will 7:00 pm on the 4th & 5th, l 0:00 am on the 6th. Buckle Up! MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Fridays during Lent - April 4-April 18 Serving: 4-7 pm S CATHOL/, 415 School St. l l :    Cuba, M0 Adult Dinner -- $8.50 3 pc. Fish, Spaghetti, Slaw, Bread, Dessert, Drink Child's Dinner-- $3.00 -- 2 pc. FIsh, Slaw, Dessert, Drink FIsh Sandwich -- $3.00 -- 2 pc. Fish, Slaw, Dessert, Drink Spaghetti Only -- $3.00 .-- Spaghetti, Dessert, Drink cfp 4/3 2na Annual Meramec Valley BBO Cook-off April 26 Noon - 4:30 HeM at First Baptist Church - Cuba For entry contact: Eric Smith - 573-885-7119 . All fre: Music, fun, games ana fooa