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Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561 dawnstar1018@gmail.om

— Photos for the Chamber of Commerce scarecrow decoration contest are now on the chamber’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/CottonwoodIdahoChamber. Go there to check them out and you can be the judges. The winners will be chosen by which ones have the most “likes” on the Facebook page. The first-place business will receive $50 in chamber bucks with the second-place winner receiving $20 in chamber bucks.

The Assumption Parish dinner will be Sunday, Nov. 2, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ferdinand Parish Hall. On the menu: roast beef, turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, salad and dessert. Mark your calendar to enjoy dinner, bingo and visiting.

Nov. 2 is the end of Daylight Savings Time! Don’t forget to change your clock back one hour before you go to bed Saturday night, Nov. 1.

Don’t forget to vote on or before Nov. 4. You can request a ballot in the mail if you wish to vote ahead of time. This is an important election. We have to watch that our freedoms are not eroding away while we think everything is fine.

Bräts & Brew Fest is coming up this Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Cottonwood Community Hall. A great time is planned and we have some really nice auction items courtesy of generous people in this area. A clock made from an old gear was donated by the late Ernie Jennings. It is one of a kind. A cooler full of beer, several metal art designs, a cowboy picture and 18 holes of golf are just a few of the items. Come and see for yourself. Advance tickets are $20 each. Reserve a table of eight for you and your friends. If you call for tickets ahead of time, you can pick them up at the door and not pay extra. Call the library at 962-3714 to reserve tickets or tables. See you there!

There have been wolf sightings recently south of East Road which is southeast of Greencreek. Witnesses report seven wolves in the pack. That many wolves could do a lot of damage to a herd of livestock. Ranchers don’t need something else to worry about.

Hasn’t the fall weather been beautiful lately? We could use some rain though. It would settle the dust and maybe put out the last of the forest fires.

There are only two weeks left on the First Amendment contest. Get your entry done and turn it in at the Prairie Community Library or call Donna Wassmuth at 962-3561 to have your entry picked up. Essays can be e-mailed to the e-mail address on this article.



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