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THI~\ (APTAIN The Adlngton TIMES - Wed., April 22, 1981 - 11 goat owner's feelings Professionals to help at basketball camp change in goat raising The Falcons BasketballCamp, aunique basketball camp with instruction on the skills and concepts of basketball plus goats believe mother. into the goats surround her by rubbing husband, breed goats from their . west of purchased last 296th Street dren: 4. come to even if the mblance while the birth of what it taken from with the new raising of her idea on handling the from its instead of the kids ire kept in the in a baby the goats mOther. Christy home-made on hay. as one foiktale tale, she said, g paper the babies for from the separation feel if her her to know by the approach een the handling goat. To the Christy name and easily roam in their children, hours a day among the goats, feeding and milking them. At 6:15 a.m. she hops out of bed, except for Saturdays and Sundays when the alarm rings at 8 a.m. At 7 a.m. it's out the back door and up the dirt drive to the barn. It used to be 6:30 a.m. she began chores, then she discovered the morning Richard Simmons exercise and cooking show. The various personalities and their non- complaining nature are two i'easons she enjoys raising the animals. "Goats are always thankful," she said. "They're unlike your kids," she added, "who complain about dinner." Little knowledge about raising goats turned their first attempt, six years ago, into diaster. After their first two goats died, then the Scheufeles asked another dairy goat farmer for advice. The Scheufeles still read books and receive six goat related publications a month. "We're probably the only persons that got into raising goats not because of cow allergies," Christy said. The Scheufeles interest in raising the animals came after touring Israel and seeing some of the best bred goats in the world. Having a continuous supply of goat's milk is enjoyed but not the Scheufele's long range goal. They butcher a lot of goats for meat if the animal isn't doing "justice to goat industry". The Scheufeles only sell goats they would use to breed, too. Sales are made to persons interested in drinking goat's milk or breeding. Breed- ing some of the top goats in the country is the Scheufele's goal. The Scheufeles advertise nationally in goat~ournais and in the future hope to be recognized by fellow breeders as "good breeders", Christy said. Several fair ribbons have been awarded to Scheufele goats in their few breeding years "We're growing in quality, not just quanity," Christy said. Raising dairy goats isn't an unfamiliar site in the county or in the greater Arlington area. Several area dairy goat breeders are members of the Evergreen Dairy Goat Association, 11 in all. Christy is the secretary of the club and Bill is the chairman of the club's June Monroe Show. Six other dairy clubs are organized in Washington. All are part of the national organization of American Dairy Associa- tions. Christy is in charge of the club's paperwork but also has a pile of dominate match Soccer kin, to ~ver the Honey night, April the first half Wicks ue each play ball in the of the match. Carrying out its team motto of "Pride, Patience and Persistence" they remained continuously on the attack and only an exceptional display of goaitending by the Honey Bee keeper kept them in the game as Summit Timber ran up a tremendous advantage in shots on goal and corner kicks. Summit Timber now stands 2-0 in league play and 4-0 overall with the next contest being at home against the Marys- ville NAPA on Tuesday, April 21. 'ton bowling 652-240, Bob 585-221; Del Gillihan, Glen Carl- 543-193; Jack 525-205. i, 561-226, 479-183; ArlEne Her- Pat Riker, 176; Mary 483,182, Mick 475-168. ~, 538-216, -168, 517- 1-164; Don 453-169. Mco 401.145. ;, 468-160, 516.200; i4-180; Jeff Hatfield, 487-181; Joe Lyon, 470-186; Dave Rathert, 427-179; Howard Lyon, 423-167; Joe Rickard, 403-180. Girls [350]: Renee Rathert, 489-172, 515-188; Donna McKenzie, 446-159; Deb- bie Rickard, 435-176; Kathi Strotz, 433-154; Cindy Riker, 383-155; Kelly Riker, 373-147; Sharon Groendyk, 356- 140. Don't Throw your money Away Aluminum Beverage Cans Aluminum-"AII Kinds'" Batteries- Radiators Copper-Brass-Lead Newspapers OUIL CEOlt IRIECYCLING] PHONE 653-3360 Located at 105th St. NE and Hwy 99 Marysville-Just North of Dels Nursery "'OPEN" TUES "'thru'" SAT : 9:00am tll- 5:00pro i i i i paperwork of her own to do. Records on all of the Scheufele goats are kept and passed on to new owners, if sold. All the Scheufele goats are pedigree and the family tree of each one is recorded along with other information such as the amount of milk it produces, when gives birth or when sick. Milk produced by the goats isn't sold commercially by the Scheufeles. Goat dairies must be registered and the Scheufeles don't want to bother with the process. With each goat sale comes comments from the Scheufeles on raising the animals if the buyer is just starting in the business. They don't want their mistakes repeated by others. The pros and cons of various raising techniques are explained. One aspect of breeding goats Christy enjoys tremendously. It's spending time in the barn stall that houses the new born goats. The goats enjoy the company of the person they believe is their mother. Since 1949, the American Heart Associ- ation has spent more than $359 million to support heart research. Christy Seheufele stressing the individual's development as a whole person, physically, mentally and spiritually, will have a four week run this summer. The camp will be located on Seattle Pacific University's Camp Casey campus on Whidbey Island and is co-directed by Falcon coaches Jim Poteet and Claude Terry. In addition to instruction from these men each camp session will also feature instruction from a current professional player. Included in the guest staff will be Dave Robisch of the Denver Nuggets, and Ralph and Karen Droilinger of the Dallas Mavericks and California Dreams respec- tively. Sessions begin with a camp for high school boys June 28-July 3. In successive weeks the camp will focus on girls fourth to 12th grades, July 5-10, and boys fourth to eighth grades, July 12.17 and 19-24. 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