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12B Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter The middle of the summer is here and many kids start g,. t bored. Well, let s I: . at t os summertime blues with ideas for ("A A Z P L A N E T A R T thingsto do! Can you circle the IP V F --- -- SVKSXTRAI TAT ideas below in the word search? 13 M T N 4 farmers market park PLA ;UM naturecenter movies IK V W Y P L S C T N E ,( eS -- iei einoYf train station gardens IPINATURECE CEMUzyzTi ' _ art gallery petting zoo IEEWPYAIRSN L D W A MARK T U hatchery playground I [ D E . T_. D E G IT S A 3 F A R M E R X i R F:I: - U ,A BI il blue. airport planetarium IT L T P N T M F Doyou library town water park ARDENHIo(3 know beach science museumINVRXM AHAGMXEX GRXB F -- th P __ , , G BP X N"q VL ] XV y z ,vil ._,L__,L ZEA Vl ' C R T L A -- . OARGHATCH RY VJ 2 AirForce 0 C K F P L 0 3 oEA E R R WG @ RKK R 1. the color of one of the few blue X H V L I B R A R Y 3 M U D Y true "blue" flowers; others 3. a dark blue, almost black are a dark blue-purple 4. a light-bluish green Come to print out free puzzles: 50 Boredom Busters, Summer 2. bluish-gray used in uniforms 5. a lighter, pastel color 1'66 Festivals and Super "Y" @ ' Boredom Blasters Fun in Your Own Backyard Blue Ribbon Items! Read the clues to fill in the crossword:. 3 blueprint Here are some ideas to blast away boredom These can be done right --- o 1. children eat these as fast in your own backyard or neighborhood. Each idea below has one vowel or consonant missing from its spelling. Can you fill in the blanks? O as they can pick them2 I! 1. learn how to make 6. set up 2' a frm f cuntry music 13. small North American -'-[IA sn_w c_nes I_wn g_mes feathered friend !'1 t ---- 5, 4' enlisted persn in the Navy -- H colored ;oF. exercise with 7. make Of drawing-with light_ 2. _ula _cops ic_ cr_am sunda_s lines on blue background - IJ that shows the design for rJ 3. cool off with a 3. run a building or a machine -- __ooi __arty 4. borrow books to learn a new craf__ or ar. ball n or sp n races 9. set up a tele cope and _targaze m Can you match these "blue" expressions to their meanings? 1. She talks a blue streak. "-' 2. He ordered the blue plate special. 3. That pie is a blue ribbon winner. bluegrass A. first place, best B. rarely C. royal or special, well-known family 5. build a 10. wave wands to make 4. She visits town once in a blue moon. D. steady stream of.words 5. She always talks about E. main dish offered __andca tie u les the bloo.__.dd in her family tree. at a special price _ Help the ant 0 g Camp out! -Ch, o t,s mar'club ... o Yaaaa-hoo! Your family can camp out by find his way renting a campsite in a local park or forest. You can also throu,hthe i haven blast by putting ups tent right in your own yard. maze'to your d . tent where Invite 3 or 4 friends to sleep overnight: remember to tell them E ' ' he s hoping to the place, date and time (arrange rides, ask adults to help) .S fred crumbs Have them bring sleeping bags, pillows, flashlights, clothes, etc. ," -8 Irom your Ask everyone to bring equipment for one activity or game: ' . . snacKs, o flying disc, bat and wiffle ball, comic books, etc. Friends can bring their own dinners and snacks in a bag, or your folks could set up a supper of hot dogs and beans using foil pie plates Later on - maybe a campfire with guitar playing, singing and spooky stories Z Calvary Chapel 1953 E, Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 Founding Father and one of the three authors of the (Janua~ 11, 1755-July 12, 1804), wrote this concerning the nature of liberty: The fundamental source of all your errors, sophisms, and false reasonings is a total gnorance of the natura rights of mankind. Were you once to become acquainted with these, you could never entertain a thought that all men ar not, by nature, entitled to a parity of privileges. You would be convinced that natural liberty is a gift of the beneficent Creator to the while human race; and that civil liberty is founded in that and cannot be J 'S y U! wrested from any people, without the most manifest violation of ustice. .... Alexander Hamilton