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Page 4 Hells Canyon Journal January 24, 1990 -LE ER TO THE EDITOR - Exercise for Health Dear Editor, I read with interest the article written by Roger Sanders concerning aerobic exercise as preventative medicine. It was well written. Most of us are aware we need to exercise regularly. In an article I read recently concerning regular aerobic exercise, as preventative medicine, the author stated =the human body is much more likely to rust out than wear out. The more it is used the better it will function." As 1 tell my class members, you are never "too old" or "too out of shape"to improve in physical fitness. However, fitness cannot be stored. It must be done on a regular basis, year-round. For those of you that like to walk or jog as your means of exercising, you are welcome to use the high school gym during the same time Aerobic Dance classes are being held. Don't let the weather be a deterrent. The gym is available Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 12:45 to 2:00 p.m. (low impact aerobic class) or Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30- 7:30p.m. (regular aerobics). Exercising with others is a great way to get into a discipline of exercising regularly. Rhonda Hoover Community Schools Aerobics Instructor New State Water Resources Office in Baker City Baker City has been offi- cially designated headquar- ters for a new Eastern Region office of the Water Resources Department. Kent Searles, Powder River Basin watermaster for the past 15 years, will manage the new office in the same upstairs annex used by the watermaster in the Baker CountyCourthouse. THANK YOU I would like to thank ev- eryone who has sent flowers, cards, and food. It has made my stay in the hospital and convalesence at home much nicer: Thank you again. Terry Tarter illmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmml I l [] SUPER BOWL SUNDAY m Chili &Cornbread- 1 - 5 P.M. m I ;'All You Can Eat" m Wide TV Screen m Pool during gamei m I ,m m Halfway .,~IB IB BB BB BB IB BB BB mm mm BB BB mm mm BB lIB mm mm 1989 Man of the Year Moves On Your locll independently owned True Vatue* HlrdWllre Store hll national chain-buylng powQr. Gary Schmitt, senior vice president and manager of U.S. Bank in Baker, will move to Spokane to assume'a mana- gerial position in the eastern Washington U.S. Bank op- erations. Schmitt, who was voted 1989 Man of the Year by the Baker County Chamber of Commerce, helped found the Baker Industrial Develop- ment Committee, and served as chairman of the Oregen Trail Interpretive Center steering committee. THANK YOU The family of Margaret Carnahan wishes to express our sincere thanks for all the donations, food, flowers and prayers in our time of sorrow. Joe Carnahan and Family with O.CAP DISTRIBUTORS [ BEER & WINE / 3-U00 La6rmnd. HARDWARE STORES KEY Insulated Coats, Vests & Coveralls SNAPIT