set for June 1
KAMIAH — The Gold Trail
Wranglers will hold their next O-Mok-See June 1.
Sign-ups begin at 9 a.m. For details, contact Kim Simmons, 935-0208.
Fishing derby slated
KOOSKIA — A pike minnow fishing derby June 9-14 will lead up
to a fair on June 15, which will include food and crafts vendors, drawings and
contests (including bingo) for prizes, fishing-oriented activities for adults
and children, and a salmon bar-b-que dinner (prices:
$8 for adults, $6 for children).
Contact Rhon Lyons at 816-4680.
‘Hill of It ’ ride forms available
GRANGEVILLE — The annual Syringa
Hospital benefit bicycle ride is scheduled for Saturday, June 8 this year, and
forms are again available at syringahospital.org.
Contact Cindy Higgins at 983-8550 or Connie Workman at
White Bird Rodeo
slated for June
WHITE BIRD — A Father’s Day weekend rodeo tradition is
all set to go on this June 14-15.
Books for the main events open June 3 with callbacks on June
5; contact the
Idaho Cowboys Association at 366-2326 or
firstname.lastname@example.org to enter. Mutton bustin’ entries
will be taken June 6; contact 839-2500.
Year’s final hunters ed set
CLEARWATER — The
Clearwater Grange Hall will be the site of the final hunter ed class of the year June 14, 15 and 21.
Register online at
fishandgame.idaho.gov; for information, contact Pres Funkhouser at 926-4424 or
Bill Lane at 926-8813.
Fun run slated
COTTONWOOD — St. Mary’s Hospital is sponsoring an all ages
5K fun run/walk on June 12.
Contact Trina Geis at 962-3251.
Firewood areas to
open June 1
Starting June 1, the Red River Ranger District will open
development road 1110 and spurs 9843, 9844, 9846 and 9850 in the Center Star
Mountain area; Flint Creek Road 9812 and forest road 9833 will also open to
firewood gathering on June 1. Starting June 15, the Salmon River district will
open Hungry Ridge Road 1862 to personal use firewood gathering.
Maps of these areas will be available starting May 30.
Permits are required. Contact Ed Koberstein at the
Red River district, 842-2140.
Kooskia Pistol Club seeks
The Kooskia Pistol Club is trying to leverage grant money to
set up a facility between Grangeville and Kooskia, but has yet to locate a
suitable site to buy. Contact Wayne Weathers, 926-4233.