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4A WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13,2010 In our area ' SIDNEY HERALD DENIECE SCHWAB SIDNEY HERALD Good witch Glinda the Good Witch (Jean Campbell] shares the magic of wands with Boys & Girls Club members Abby Wing, left, and Makenzie Bjork at the club last week. ROI expands recycling services to magazines Richland County's recy- :cling provider, Richland Op- ,portunities, Inc.. has expand- ed its service to include mag- azines in recycling collec- tion. Magazines can be put in the same bin as newspapers at any of ROI's drop-off bin locations. Bins in Sidney are located at Pamida, IGA, Johnson Hardware, Farm & Home, and the ROI Work- shop. Loaf & Jug in Fairview , and Valley Fuel & Supply in Savage also host drop-off bins. "The addition of maga- zines is just a wonderful thing," said Cindy Eleson, ROI executive director, "be- cause the more we can recy- cle, the more we can keep out of the landfill." Residents can drop off re- cyclables 24-hours a day, sev- en days a week at any of the locations. Newspapers and magazines are collected to- gether in one side of the bin, and bagged aluminum cans can be deposited in the other side. Cardboard is also recycled through ROI and must be dropped off by residents at ROI's Workshop located at 1100 Silurian Lane in the J D Industrial Park. If you would like to know more about recycling in Richland County please con- tact Ellen Forde at 488-3341 x.7 or eforde The Richland County Phone Book offers all these NEW THIS WEEK: Tues., Jan. 12 • Breaking Point • The Hurt Locker • Post Grad • The Brothers Bloom • Tyler Perry's • Pretty Ugly • The Burning Plain I Can do Bad People • Fame All By Myself • Deep in the • Halloween II • Moon Valley features: • All Richland County phone numbers...even those with addresses of Brockton, Culbertson, Squaw Gap, etc. n an easy to use format. • Ads scheduled regularly in the Sidney Herald for any changes or new numbers. Simply fill out the coupon below and mail it to us or drop it off at our office. • Detailed maps of Sidney and Fairview. • Free fax numbers, E-mail addresses & Web sites. • Numerica phone listings. • Free business listing in the MonDak Business Directory on Herald's website, New businesses and residents, please fill out and return the coupon below by Feb. 15, 2010 r" ................................. -! Phone Book Information Update I I I I I [3 New Business Q Correction I I I IiName I I I I IAddress I I I I IiPhone Cell Phone I I I IFax # I I I I IE-Mail: Web Site: I I I I Please Print I 310 2nd. Ave. NE • Sidney • 433-2403 • Fax: 433-7802 E-mail: advertising @ or production @ Step toward healthier, wealthier 2010 through adult education If you have been thinking about improving your finances or setting a goal for better health - you know, all of those, "I should do's...", then there is a class for you. "Take Small Steps to Health and Wealth', will be offered through the Sidney Adult Edu- cation program starting Jan.19 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for three weeks. This nationwide program, developed by Rutgers Cooperative Extension, will be pre- sented by Judy Johnson, Richland Extension agent. The class begins by showing the simi- larities between health and financial issues. Many times the same behavior-change can be used to improve one's health or personal fi- nances or both. Twenty-five behavior-changing strategies will be presented. Several strategies include using the power of 10, think balance-not sac- rifice, step down to change, kick it up a notch and expecting obstacles - preparing for re- lapses. Participants are asked to set a few goals, pick a few strategies and put them into ac- tion. It's been said, "If it is to be, it's up to me". To register, call Sidney High School at 433- 2330. Estate planning Webinars scheduled in area This winter Montanans will have an opportunity to learn about estate planning using the latest technology, Montanans with a computer and Internet access can avoid the winter roads and attend.the hour-long Estate Planning Webinars right from their comPuters. Marsha Goetting, MSU Ex- tension Family Economics specialist, will present the Webinars. A Webinar is short for Web-based seminar that is transmitted over the Web. Participants will be able to hear Goetting speak, view slides and ask ques- tions in the chat room. Go to sionecon/estateplanningwe- binars.html to learn how to participate. The Webinars are sched- uled from 5:30-6:30 p.m. with a repeat session 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the following dates: Jan. 20, Feb. 18. "Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives & Liv- ing Wills," January's topic, will explain the differences between a health care power of attorney and financial power of attorney and why Montanans need both. Goetting will also explain the Montana End of Life Reg- ister and Montana Rights of Terminally Ill Act (living wills). "Beneficiary Deeds and Controlling What Hap- pens to Your Remains (Mon- tana Right of Disposition act)," February's topic, will explore the advantages and disadvantages of beneficiary deeds, a way of distributing real property to heirs with- out probate. The session will also cover the law passed by the 2009 legislature which allows Montanans legal control over disposition of their re- mains after death. Two previous sessions in September and October were recorded and are available at sionecon/recordedsessions.h tml. If you need further in- formation contact the Rich- land County Extension office at 433-1206. Social planned in Sidney for MLK Day All community members are invited to mark the occa- sion of Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Monday) with their neighbors at the MLK Day Social hosted at the Commu- nity Services Building from 4-7 p.m., held to honor of the work of Martin Luther King Jr. and to celebrate cultural diversity, The headlining event is a video compilation of Dr. King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Segments of the speech will be read by lo- cal and State notables includ- ing Gov. Brian Schweitzer, U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg, and county commissioners Loren Young and Don Step- pier. In the week before and on MLK Day, AmeriCorps VIS- TAs will show the video to students at area schools. Stu- dents will have an opportuni- ty to learn about the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and discuss what their per- sonal dreams are. There will be a collective art display at the social made up of the dreams area stu- dents have for their commu- nity their country and their world. The fair will feature a vari- ety of food with recipes from around the world. Some of the cuisines represented will be French, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese and Scandinavian. The fair will also feature an VIDEO i-lOT SPOT Cloudy with a • Barbie • Weather Girl Chance Sing-a-long • Marine 2 of Meatballs • Trucker • Paranormal The Final • Falling Up Activity Destination 4 • "9" • (500) Days of Adam • Perfect Getaway Summer Circut • Jennifers Body • All About Steve We accept debit & credit cards. , 1035 S. Central Ave. • 433-3055 Lots of off street parking • 10 am-lO pm Mon.-Thurs. • 10 am-ll pm Fri. & Sat. • 11 am-10 pm Sun. Open for Lunch Mon. - Fri. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Open for Dinner Fri. & Sat., 6-9 p.m. The Fringe at Sidney Country Club Excellent lunch and dinner menus available Dinner Menu Changes Monthly Sidney Counfry Club Hwy. 16 N., Sidney • Membership not recl uired ° 406-433-7460 informational booth on the Darfur genocide, in keeping with the human rights focus of the national holiday. In an effort to strengthen and support the Sidney com- munity, Matthew House will accept donations at the event. Please bring a non- perishable food item or a new cleaning supply to do- nate. The social is sponsored by the Richland County Health Department, Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), Communities in Action, and AmeriCorps VISTA. Movie night to highlight Darfur crisis To commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Sid- ney/Richland County Public Library will host a documen- tary viewing and discussion about the violent conflict in Darfu. The library chose to spet- light this international crisis because King is an icon in the struggle for human rights of the marginalized, and the sit- uation in Darfur is one of the most pressing human rights issues of today. Darfur, the western region of Sudan, has been the site of a violent con- flict since 2003. The Sudanese government is accused of aiding Janjaweed (horseback militia) in destroying vil- lages, killing thousands and displacing millions more. The area is believed by hu- man rights groups to be the site of one of the most seri- ous humanitarian crises in the world. The library is hosting an informational evening with Darfur Now, a documentary about the conflict, and an in- formal discussion to follow on Jan. 21 at 7 pm. Informa- tion will also be available at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Social Monday from 4-7 p.m. at the Community Ser- vices Building. The library will have books and other materials about the conflict on display the week of the event. Popcorn will be provided and attendees are welcome to bring drinks with lids. Please contact Kate Johnson with any questions at Carriers Needed 2 Motor Routes truck route, 14th street west & west of town 2 Walking Routes SE side of Sidney For more information contact Dawn, 433-2403. 00ibneU 00leralb