New library books arrive in Fayette 02.09.2011

Written by David Green.

Several new books will be added to the shelves this month at Fayette’s Normal memorial library. Stop in and check them out.

Feb. 1—“Fierce Eden” by Jennifer Blake; “Fatal Error” by J.A. Jance; “Though Not Dead” by Dana Stabenow; “The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels–A Love Story” by Ree Drummond; “Absolutely, Positively” by Heather Webber; “Love Bites” by Tori Carrington; “The Amish Midwife (The Women of Lancaster County series)” by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould.

Feb. 8—“Heartwood” by Belva Plain; “I Think I Love You” by Allison Pearson.

Feb. 14—“Angel: Maximum Ride: The Protectors” by James Patterson.

Feb. 15—“A Heartbeat Away” by Michael Palmer.

Feb. 17—“Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree” by Nancy Atherton.

Feb. 22—“Treachery in Death” by J.D. Robb; “Harvest Moon” by Robyn Carr; “A Simple Government: Twelve things we really need from Washington (and a trillion that we don’t)” by Mike Huckabee; “Now You See Her” by Joy Fielding; “Devil’s Food Cake Murder” by Joanne Fluke.

Feb. 25—“Death of a Chimney Sweep” by M.C. Beaton.

Kathy Fix made a monetary donation to purchase four Newbery and Caldecott award winning children’s books. The new books are:

“Turtle in Paradise” by Jennifer L. Holm; “Moon Over Manifest” by Clare Vanderpool; “A Sick Day for Amos” by Philip Christian Stead; and “Interrupting Chicken” by David Ezra Stein.

K Roemmich donated the following children’s books in memory of her mother, Mildred Rector: “The Sourdough Man,” “Far North in the Arctic,” and “North Country Christmas.”

Donations in memory of Ed Figgins resulted in the purchase of books, a magazine subscription to “Michigan Outdoors” and a computer.

The book “Cooking with Italian Grandmothers” by Jessica Theroux was purchased in memory of Polly Link through a gift from Elizabeth Ledyard and Theodora Barrett.

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    WRECKAGE—Morenci Fire Department member Taylor Schisler walks past the smoking wreckage of a semi-truck tractor on the north side of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad tracks on Ranger Highway. The truck trailer was on the south side of the tracks
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    SCULPTORS—Morenci third grade students Emersyn Thompson (left) and Marissa Lawrence turn spaghetti sticks into mini sculptures Friday during a class visit to Stair District Library. All Morenci Elementary School classes recently visited the library to experience the creative construction toys purchased through the “Sculptamania!” project, funded by a Disney Curiosity Creates grant. The grant is administered by the Association for Library Services to Children, a division of the American Library Association.
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    LEONIE LEAHY was one of three local hair stylists who volunteered time Friday at the Morenci PTO Fun Night. Her customer, Aubrey Sandusky, looks up at her mother while her hair takes on a perfect match to her outfit. Leahy said she had a great time at the event—nothing but happy clients.
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    LEARNING THE ROPES—Kristy Castillo (left), co-owner of Mane Street Salon, works with Kendal Kuhn as Sierra Orner takes a phone call. The two Morenci Area High School juniors spent Friday at the salon as part of a job shadowing experience.
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    IN THE FIELD—2004 Morenci graduate Kayse Onweller works in a test plot of wheat in Texas. She’s part of Bayer CropScience’s North American wheat breeding program based in Nebraska, where she completed post-graduate work in plant breeding and genetics.
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    REFEREE Camden Miller raises the hand of Morenci Jr. Dawgs wrestler Ryder Ryan as his opponent leaves the mat in disappointment. Morenci’s youth wrestling program served as host for a tournament Saturday morning to raise money for the club. Additional photos are on the back page.
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    SHERWOOD STATE Bank opened its Fayette office at a grand opening Friday morning, drawing a large crowd to view the renovated building. Above, Burt Blue talks to teller Cindy Funk, while his wife, Jackie, looks around the new office. The Blues missed the opening and took a quick tour on Tuesday. Few traces remain of the former grocery store and theater, however, part of the original brick wall still shows in the hallway leading to the back of the building. The drive-through window should be ready for customers later in the month.
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    FROM THE LEFT, Landon Wilkins, Ryan White and Logan Blaker try out their artistic skills Saturday afternoon at the Morenci PTO’s first Date to Create event. More than 50 people showed up to create decorated planks of wood to hang from rope. The event served as a fund-raiser for miscellaneous PTO projects. Additional photos are on the back of this week’s Observer.

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