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Mystery Night, lecture series on tap

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Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561 dawnstar1018@gmail.om

COTTONWOOD — Mystery Night, the fund-raiser for Summit Academy, will be this Saturday night. Everyone is getting very excited because we will find out who wins the hot rod! The drawing will be at 9 p.m. Throughout the evening the theme will be hot rod! At the end of the excitement someone will win $10,000! Tickets are expected to be sold out before Saturday, so if you want one, get it as soon as possible.

This week starts the 15th annual Fall Lecture Series presented by the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. The first session will be Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. with Cort Conley. These free events provide insights into the history of our region and are held on Thursdays during the month of October with the support of the Idaho Humanities Council.

Author, river guide and director of literary services at the Idaho Commission on the Arts, Cort Conley, will present “Song of the Winds: 1,200 by Canoe Down the Snake River.”

Next week, on Oct. 9 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Janet Worthington presents “Laura Ingalls Wilder: Moving West.”

Join the 2014 Public Square Rosary Crusade. Join us in praying for our nation on Oct. 11 at noon, rain or shine. The local Public Square Rosary Rally will begin at the Cottonwood City Park. Contact Max Nuxoll at 507-1058 if you have questions. Visit the website www.ANF.org.

Bräts and Brew Fest plans are coming together. Sonnen Meats will again be providing sausage to make sure you get enough of that good stuff. We are still looking for entries in the competition to show off your talents in cooking German food, making beer and cider, or sausage with your secret family recipe.

Lots of auction items are coming in to make an interesting evening on Oct. 25. Mark your calendar so you don’t miss out. Tickets, $20 each, are on sale from any board member or at the library. Yes, we are having the same band, The Coffey Twins and the Satins, so come and hear their great music that everyone loved last year. They not only have good music, they are fun people to be with. We are still asking for a few more people to donate a bottle of wine to add to the enjoyment of the evening.



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