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. 50 Plus Marketplace News . Weld County . September 2010 . 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Includes lot rent, trash and landscaping service. Great community, staff and location. Have your own home? We will pay for the move! Call now: 970.420.8488www.aboutarc.comBook ShelfNEW FICTIONHow to be an American housewifeMargaret DillowayThe last time I saw youElizabeth BergThe Overton windowGlenn BeckTwilight's serenadeTracie PetersonCat of the century: a Mrs. Murphy mysteryRita Mae BrownThink of a numberJohn VerdonThe lotus eatersTatjana SoliBlue-eyed devilRobert B. ParkerIn the name of honorRichard North PattersonSomewhere to belongJudith MillerNEW NON-FICTIONSummertime blues: a rock and roll adventureSharon Sheeley100 questions & answers about macular degenerationJeffrey S. Heier62 projects to make with a dead computerRandy Sarafan100 media moments that changed AmericaJim WillisWhat's a disorganized person to do?Stacey PlattNEW IN LARGE PRINTNo distance too farLauraine SnellingTake fourKaren KingsburyLucid intervalsStuart WoodsHell to pay: the life and violent times of Eli GaultJ. Lee ButtsThe immortal life of Henriette LacksRebecca SklootFICTION BESTSELLERSLive to tell: a detective D.D. Warren novelLisa GardnerThe glass rainbow: a Dave Robicheaux novelJames Lee BurkeThe Rembrandt affairDaniel SilvaFly away homeJennifer WeinerThe searchNora RobertsNON-FICTION BESTSELLERSSh*t my dad saysJustin Halpern Spoken from the heartLaura BushThe Obama diariesLaura IngrahamIn a heartbeat: sharing the power of cheerful givingLeigh Anne & Sean TuohyBrighton Senior Center303-655-2075Fall Birding Festival. Barr Lake has a choice of an hour long Guid-ed Bird Walk or the Eagle Express Driving Tour at 8 am. Free break-fast on return. Live raptors, edu-cation booths, a bird feeder demo, and more. A guided bird walk in Spanish, 10 am. 7:30 am. Sat. Sept 11 $4 Deadline: Wed. Sept 8 Missile Site Park. A guided tour of the United State's only de-activated Atlas E missile site. Pete Ambrose, the 61 year old ex-Ma-rine caretaker, teaches people about the 19,000 sq ft underground Cold War site near Windsor. Atlas E was the first U.S. intercontinental ballistic missile and the first line of defense against a nuclear strike. Lunch after at the Cracker Bar-rel. 11 a.m. Mon. Sept 13, $4 plus meal $8 +. Deadline: Thur. Sept 9Helga's German Restaurant. A favorite for authentic German food. Ordering off the menu: in-cludes Schnitzel, Bratwurst, Sau-braten and more. 10:45 am. Tues. Sept 14, $4 plus meal $11+. Dead-line: Thur. Sept 9.Rockies Baseball. Colorado hosts the San Diego Padres. Mez-zanine seating with easy access and shade. Food available at the ballpark-or bring our own. 10:30 am. Wed. Sept 15, $16, plus meal 5+. Deadline: Fri. Sept. 3Hike: Kenosha Pass, part of the Colorado Trail, at 10,000 ft. Gor-geous views of South Park as we walk approximately 3 miles round trip through the changing aspens. Nice picnic area at base of trail for those that do not want to walk the full hike. 8:15 am. Fri. Sept 17, $5. Deadline: Wed. Sept 15.Rock Ledge Ranch Folk Art Festival in Colorado Springs is the best handcrafted folk arts and crafts show in Colorado. Includes arts and crafts, clothing, furniture, quilts, plus antiques. Live music and historic tours. Food vendors on site. 9 am. Sat, Sept. 18, $9.50 plus meal $7up. Deadline: Wed. Sept 15Money Museum is operated by the American Numismatic Assoc. in Colorado Springs, is the larg-est collection of money west of the Smithsonian Institution. A 1 1/2 hr guided tour of 4 galleries of coins, tokens, medals, and pa-per money from around the world. Lunch after at the Mason Jar. 9 am. Wed. Sept. 22, $4, plus lunch $8+. Deadline: Fri. Sept 17

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Cindy Rouse, Rouse Realty 970-381-8766Weld County Senior Nutrition ProgramSuggested donation: $3 for adults 60 years or older, includes 1/2 Pint 2% MilkMenus are subject of change based on product availability.To find a Weld County Senior Nutrition site near you call (970) 346-6950 x61201 Swedish Meatballs Over Noodles, Broccoli Cuts, Watermelon Wedge, Angelfood Cake with Chocolate Sauce2 Potato Soup, Ham and Swiss on Pumpernickel, Lettuce Leaf and Tomato, Cantaloupe Wedge, Peanut Butter Cookie3 Peppered Tilapia with Tartar Sauce, Wild Rice, Garden Salad with Fat Free French Dressing, Whole Wheat Roll with Margarine, Strawberry Applesauce6 No Meal Service - Labor Day7 Bratwurst with Bun, Sauerkraut, Potato Salad, Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Bar Cookie8 Stuffed Green Pepper, Mixed Zucchini and Summer Squash, Banana Muffin, Margarine, Honey Dew Melon Wedge9 Roast Beef, Baked Potato and Sour Cream, Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette, Whole Wheat Bread Slice, Margarine, Blueberry Crisp10 Barbecued Pork on a Wheat Bun, Southwestern Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Almond Peaches, Chocolate Cookie13 Chicken and Noodles, Peas and Carrots, Rye Bread, Margarine, Fresh Plum, Brownie14 Honey Glazed Pork Loin, Oven Browned Potatoes, Green Beans and Corn, Multigrain Roll, Margarine, Watermelon Wedge15 Krautburger, Vegetable Medley, Sliced Peaches with Red Grapes, Oatmeal Cookie16 Creamed Turkey and Biscuit, Corn, Pepper Asparagus, Mix, Cantaloupe, Brownie17 Herbed Baked Chicken, Country-Style Cornbread Stuffing, Brussels Sprouts with Malt Vinegar, Melon Medley20 Scalloped Potatoes and Ham, Chilled Garden Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine, Cherry Crisp21 Salisbury Steak, Whipped Potatoes and Brown Gravy, Chilled Garden Salad with Dried Cranberries, Rye Roll, Margarine, Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing22 Chicken a la King over Biscuit, Tomato Wedge, Jam, Baked Apple23 Barbecued Chicken, Potato Salad, Bean Salad, Biscuit, Honey Spread, Orange24 Broccoli Cheese Soup, Turkey and Provolone Sandwich on Lite Rye with Lettuce Leaf and Tomato Slice, Chilled Fruit Salad, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie27 Beef Enchilada Casserole, Lettuce and Tomato Garnish, Mexicorn, Chilled Tropical Mixed Fruit, Snicker Doodle Cookie28 Cauliflower Cheese Soup, Corned Beef and Swiss on Dark Rye with Lettuce Leaf and Tomato Slice, Chilled Fruit Salad29 Teriyaki Salmon, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Noodles, Parslied Carrots, Blueberry Muffin, Margarine, Watermelon Wedge30 Krautburgers, Stewed Tomatoes, Apple Wedges, Brownieensure you are making the most efficient use of all your assets. 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