The Book Club has their own blog site. :D We have added them as the blogs we follow. You can click the blog we follow on the left side of our blog page to always be on the know what is going on with the Book Club. We won't have a special reminder book club News here unless the Book Club will ask us to remind everyone of upcoming events.
They have a great blog to follow, read and comment on. Please visit them often. Find out about great reads, opinions, resources etc.
A hand-crank weather radio is helpful to have in an emergency (see attached example). You can carry it with you and it will operate without batteries, by cranking the built-in generator. They are available on-line and at several local retail stores and sporting goods stores for $30 - $80, depending on the quality and features.
Another comment to this message from Nolan C.
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Hi Scouting Friends, Kroger's Little Clinic is offering health physicals to our Scouts for a great deal - with $1 going back to Simon Kenton Council for each physical. If you, your Scout or anyone in your family needs a physical for camp, back to school, sports or anything else, consider going to Kroger Little Clinic. Print and bring the attached form with you when you go. Make as many copies as you'd like to distribute to family and friends. Contact your local Kroger Little Clinic with questions. Thanks!
Plus, The Little Clinic will make a contribution to your school or organization for every sports physical performed.* $29.00 n Conveniently located inside your neighborhood supermarket n No appointments necessary n Open 7 days a week – including nights and weekends
I cannot get the form/flier that Kim sent me up here. Please e-mail me (Kirsi or Kim) for the flyer to get this deal and I'll forward it for you. This expires Sept 30 2009
I stopped at Corbett's today. They take checks and cash only, not creditor debit cards. Their sample room hours/office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Fridays. No weekendhours.
Take Roberts Road east,past Wilson Road . The first left is Westbrooke. It does wind around a bit and actually takes you back out toRoberts Road by the railroad tracks just before the Upper Arlington busgarage and yard waste site if you don't turn in to Corbetts! Look forthe Corbett sign on the right or just turn right at the last road before the railroad tracks!
Unfortunately, they don't have printed price lists of their full baking supply inventory so I copied prices from the sample room and asked about a few other items. They also had one pound bags of sesame and caraway seeds, bags of rye flour, brown sugar, and pie crust mix in the sampleroom as well as the items listed below.
Here prices as of today, July17th:Sample Room:
Regular and Quick Oats, 3 pound bag, $2.50
Cinnamon, 1 pound, $3.25
Cocoa, 1 pound, $3.75
Cracked Wheat, 3 pound bag, $3.
Wheat Bran, 2 pound bag, $2.50
Yeast, 1 pound vacuum pack, $3.50
Powdered Sugar, 5 pound bag, $2.95
Hard Red Wheat, 10 pound bag, $5.
High-gluten Flour, 10 pound bag, $5.50
Velvet Cake Flour, 5 pound bag, $3.50
Hard Red Wheat, 50 pound bag, $21.
High-gluten Flour, 25 pound bag, $12.
White Wheat Sapphire Flour, 25 pound bag, $10.50
Powdered Milk, 50 pound bag, $95.
Baking Powder, 10 pound can, $12.25
Regular or Quick Oats, 50 pound bag, $21.
Granulated Sugar, 50 pound bag, $26.
The prices are reasonable compared to the storehouse. Hopefully this source can help you stretch your canned food storage until the storehouse is up and running for dry packing sessions again.
This is an UNOFFICIAL site for Hayden Run Relief Society. We are a group of women, young and old with some in between, who have the same religious morals, values, faith, with families, without children as well as with children and grandchildren. We strive to help, nurture, guide, teach, and uplift anyone and everyone who happens to be on the road of life. We come from a variety of cultural backgrounds with a variety of talents that can be shared in this blog.