FFA banquet is May 24
GRANGEVILLE -- The Grangeville FFA Banquet will be held
Friday, May 24, 6 p.m., in the GHS cafeteria. Along with dinner and the awards
presentation there will be a live auction run by Rick and Nita Musick. Items up for bid include a ton of hay, a load of
gravel, a John Deere clock, a 2000 Honda 100R dirt bike, and various desserts.
All proceeds will go toward college scholarships to Grangeville FFA seniors.
Kick Your ‘Boot’ Camp
set for this summer
GRANGEVILLE – Kick Your “Boot” Camp summer classes are set
for June 11 to Aug. 30, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 to 7 a.m., Lions Park.
For questions contact Kirstin Jensen, University of Idaho
Extension, 983-2667. Cost is $5 per class/$32 per month if pay in advance.
Bike challenge set
for June 8
WHITE BIRD – Just for the Hill of It Bike Challenge is set
for Saturday, June 8. All proceeds will benefit the Syringa Hospital and
Clinics hospice program.
A $25 donation allows the biker to be in the race; $40
includes a T-shirt. Due date for registration is May 30.
Call Cindy at 983-8550 or Connie at
Hapster Ladies Group to host meeting, election
HARPSTER -- Harpster Ladies Group
will have a meeting on Thursday, May 30, at the Harpster
Community Building, 9 a.m., to nominate and hold an election of officers and
Baune receives PEO scholarship with PIC
GRANGEVILLE – Sara Baune, daughter
of Mark and Tracy Baune of Grangevile,
was recently named as a recipient of a P.E.O. STAR Scholar award, one of 302 nationwide,
chosen from 1,961 applicants. The award is a $2,500 scholarship.
Those chosen recipients exhibit excellence in leadership,
academics, extracurricular activities, community service and potential for
future success. She was recommended by Chapter BV, P.E.O. of Grangeville.
GEMS PTA elects new
GRANGEVILLE – New officers were elected for the Grangeville
Elementary Middle School PTA for 2013-14.
President is Aminta Bruzas, secretary is Tonya Fronk
and treasurer is Lisa McEwen. The position of vice-president will not be
elected until the September meeting when more people are present. Five people
were present at this meeting. Look for meeting dates and details in August and
photos sought for Grangeville museum exhibit
GRANGEVILLE – The Grangeville Bicentennial Museum is looking
for wedding dresses and accompanying wedding photos to put on display, starting
with its Fourth of July show and through September.
“Our goal is to have one from every decade,” said museum coordinator
Pam Northcutt, and with each dress they would like to display with it a wedding
photo of the person wearing it. “We don’t want anonymous dresses; we want a
story with every dress.”
Call Pam or Joan, 983-2573 between 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Free line dancing
lessons start June 5
KAMIAH -- Free western line dancing lessons are being
offered in the Powwow Room at the Lewis-Clark Resort, 4243 Highway 12, near
Kamiah. The free lessons will be held
from 10:30-11:30 a.m., every Wednesday in June and July, starting on June 5.
There will also be a special Irish jig lesson on June 12 and a western swing
lesson in July. Youth and adults of any age are welcome. Dance instructors are Eddie Bonham and Dona Brown.
The free lessons are sponsored by the Lewis-Clark Resort and
the Diehard Sports Association. Contact Dona Brown at 935-2140.
for Elk City Days grand marshal
ELK CITY -- Boxes for suggesting a person or couple to serve as grand marshals for Elk City Days are
located at The Station, The Saloon, The Store, The Reno Club and the VFW. Those
interested can also make a suggestion by email at: email@example.com.
Suggestions will be accepted until May 31.
Pleasant View sets
dates for VBS, Bible study
WHITE BIRD -- Pleasant View Baptist Church has set the date
of their Vacation Bible School for Monday, June 17-Wednesday, June 19. VBS will
run 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Tuesday and until 1 p.m. on Wednesday. Lunch
will be served all three days. An evening program for parents and community
will be held Wednesday, June 19, 6:30 p.m., at the church, with refreshments
served immediately afterwards. Students will register by the grade they are
currently finishing and classes are open to children grades K-8. High school
students who have attended in years past are encouraged to be junior leaders.
Contact Kathy Stefani at 839-2220 for information or to volunteer
The next ladies' Bible study, "Bait of Satan,"
will meet Mondays, June 3, and June 10, at 6:30 p.m., at Kathy Stefani's and
then possibly switch to a morning time for the final two-three sessions.
Reading on the study begins Tuesday, May 28, with three chapters read by the
first session. The study is designed to last about one month. Those who would like the book ($15) Stefani. study is designed to follow the accompanying DVD by author
Paul Bevere, speaker and former pastor of the Harlem
Tabernacle Church in New York.
Malone, Sherman to
share at Sunday worship service; Sherman is class valedictorian
GRANGEVILLE – 2013 high school graduates Dalton Malone and Julianna Sherman will sharing at the 11 a.m. worship
service Sunday morning, May 26, at Grangeville Gospel Tabernacle. A potluck
dinner will follow the service, honoring both graduates.
Malone will graduate from Grangeville High School in June.
Sherman is the daughter of David and Tamera Wikoff Sherman. She valedictorian of the
class of 2013 at Cole Valley Christian schools. She has been awarded the
United Dairymen of Idaho Distinguished Student Award, Zion’s Bank, and Oral
Roberts University Music Scholarship, Legacy Scholarship and Fellows Honors Scholarships.
She plans to major in medical engineering. She is the granddaughter of Billy
and Joyce Wikoff.
Cross Country Cowboy
Fellowship is May 25
GRANGEVILLE – Gary and Judy Porter with Rid’n
For the Cross Ministries invite everyone to Cross
Country Cowboy Fellowship which will be held this Saturday, May 25, 6 p.m.
This is a potluck event at the saddle shop and all are
welcome. Judy will prepare chick and noodles. Bring a side dish to share. The
Porters are located at 43 Whitetail Drive south of Grangeville.
VBS set for June
GRANGEVILLE – “Tell It on the
Mountain” vacation Bible school is set for June 9-13 at Grangeville Gospel
Tabernacle. Bible adventures, games, food, crafts and music will be featured.
All kids ages 4 years through sixth grade are invited to join, 6 to 8 p.m.,
each evening. A closing program will take place Thursday the 13th at
7 p.m. all 983-0927 or 983-1047.
offered through LCSC
GRANGEVILLE – Sandra Eimers will instruct the class “Pots
and Plants” Saturday, June 8, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., at the Evergreen Bed and
Breakfast in Grangeville. This class is sponsored by Lewis-Clark State College
Grangeville Outreach and cost is $30. Learn the ins and outs of basic container
gardening. Call coordinator Carl Wilkins at 983-2164 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
feed set for wrestling program
GRANGEVILLE – Grangeville Youth Wrestling will host a
spaghetti feed fund-raiser for its program Saturday, June 22, 5 p.m., at The
Twisted Cellar in Grangeville. Tickets are $10 each and are available at Les
Schwab, Grangeville Flower Shop and Twisted Cellar. The event is sponsored by
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and Twisted Cellar.