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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5C ,,sn&apos;t do...   ...just being together is enough funlx  matter "1. Twhat you / t ri)  Kids:  .// 8 in! y vN..    Annimills LLC 2015 V12-24 ., . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. He beat me at Dads Are Great! ACelebratinfFather'sDaY6 i i baseball __ 11 a tree fort 8. the soapbox car we built 8 I I I I I _ Our Fun Root Beer Float Recipe Gramps and I 12 ounces of root beer root beer floats! We 1 cup of vanilla ice cream I useu a, glasses, I ]r and cherries!   spoons and straws J II!i. L.- ;o Can,ou,i,, (i in the crossword t puzzle with some  -1 teeog o of our activities? J II 7. The One and Only Ivan our dog to obey in the river for supper the new movie Inside Out root beer floats 9 pinball and video games 9. about our .=elings 10. ideas for my school project 11. breakfast )rMom 12. Sharing m Q a d and l are read i n g The   Indian in the Cupboard. 0':' 3ac and are also: = Y Y Y B Y Y YY/ y XI B Y B Y Y Y B B B Y B B B B Y B B B B Y B B B Y Y Y B 5 I I Y Y Y B Y B B B Y Y B B Y B B B Y Y Y B Every Dad has to guide his kids first as a Father. Follow the color key and fill in the puzzle to see what else is nice for a Dad and his kids to be. Color Key B = Blue Y = Yellow B y Y Y B B Y B B B B Y Y B B B Y B B B B Y B B B I i i watching III practicing 12[[Z payinoj fishing y y/B Y Y B B Y Y B B Y Y B B Y I i 10 7 cooking IJ _J ac'm B Y Y,I B BLBLB B Y B Y BIY B Y B Y BF B Y B Y BIB B Y YY, YBr 7 -3J-" ,..Darien,, like actio& " YF'B Y B BIB IB Y B Y["yB Y B BIYIB B B Y YLYB Y B wore canvas sneakers gave pinches for "cooties" rode "wheelies" =- on bikes never had a calculator to do math pinball games secret forts comic books played army drive-in theaters traded cards shot marbles Dad Was a Kid Once, Too! It may be hard to believe but, yes, your Dad once climbed trees. Below are things that Dads or Grandads had, used or did when they were kids! Find and circle the C'" underlined parts: C I think they each balls! Draw a Dad or Gr00Lr=dfather Every Dad and Grandfather is different! Each has his own style! Finish these pictures to show some Dads and Grandfathers. Think about: eyes, eyebrows, ears, mouths, noses, hair styles, and extras like glasses, hats or ties. Yes! l am a rather handsome dude, if l may say so myself. oCVTUH KN);ARBLES LH ]KNOTHA T KDRIV I YRTAUL QR O (  H YTF A MK EMA D KI NYFR E L POP ) Topping the Day Off! I Forest's family is ending Dad's special day with a trip to the movies. Help them find their way, pick up tickets, popcorn and hot dogs. i 14") 0 o, .-I E -. - < m 0 t,,. (3. z This Week the Fun Page is Spons()red by: Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 you! Asking God's aid for a good cause 0n July 2, 1776, as the Continental Congress was meeting in Philadelphia to declare independence, Commander-in-Chief George Washington was gathering his troops on Long Island to meet the British in baffle in and around New York Cily. That day he wrote in the General Orders b his men ese memorable words declaring that we, as a nation, serve wider God: "The time is now near at hand which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves... The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the courage and conduct of this army. Our cruel and unrelenting enemy leaves us no choice but a brave resistance, or the most abject submission; this is all we can expect." "We have therefore to resolve to conquer or die..." "Let us therefore rely upon the goodness of the cause, and the aid of the Supreme Being, in whose hands victory is, to animate and encourage us to great and noble actions. The eyes of all our countrymen are now upon us, and we shall have their blessings and praises, if happily we are the instrumenls of saving them from the lyranny meditated against them. Let us therefore ... show the whole world that a freeman contending for liberly on his own ground is superior to any slavish mercenary on earth."