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Extreme Adventure Club Group sponsors free activities for kids


Partners Inspiring Community Health members are (top, L-R) Katrena Foltz Hauger, Eve McCulloch and Julie Hauger and (bottom, L-R) Kirsten Jensen and Gary McEwan.

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Partners Inspiring Community Health members are (top, L-R) Katrena Foltz Hauger, Eve McCulloch and Julie Hauger and (bottom, L-R) Kirsten Jensen and Gary McEwan.



GRANGEVILLE — Partners Inspiring Community Health (PICH) has decided to focus in a different area.

In the past, the group concentrated on adult programs such as the annual weight loss challenge.

“When we met we got to talking and thought, ‘why don’t we start with the kids?’” said PICH member Katrena Foltz Hauger.

To that end, the group set up the “Extreme Adventure Club” that will offer activities for youth once a month. At this point those activities are set through September.

Partners include University of Idaho Extension, Groaners, The Gym, Grangeville Physical Therapy and Mountain View School District 244, of which Hauger is the liaison. In addition, sponsors include the Grangeville Community Foundation, imprints, Grangeville Country Club, Asker’s Harvest Foods, The Gallery and Mountain Smoothie.

Hauger said the mission of PICH is to “promote health and wellness within the community through various educational events, programs and presentations.”

Upcoming Extreme Adventure Club events include the following:

•April 25, Pickle ball: At the Grangeville High School tennis courts from 10 a.m. to noon; call 451-5942 or e-mail katrena125@gmail.com

•May 9, Day with Chef Nancy: Cooking and nutrition tips at The Gallery, 2-4 p.m; call 983-2667 or e-mail kdjensen@uidaho.edu.

•TBD, Day at The Gym: Racquetball, making smoothies, X-Box fitness games, all at The Gym, 10 a.m. to noon; call 983-7504 or e-mail lemccolloch@yahoo.com

•June 13, Disc Golf: This will take place at Lions Park and will include rules of the games, throwing techniques and more, 1-5 p.m.; call 983-6098 or e-mail jhauger@gmail.com

•July TBD, archery: Learn the basics, safety, all skills. Location and hours TBA; call 451-5224 or e-mail gary.mcewen@smh-cvhc.org

•Aug. 15, Geocaching: Learn adventure tracking techniques, location and hours TBD; call 982-2667 or e-mail kdjensen@uidaho.edu

•Sept. 27, Golf and Pizza Party: includes golf lesson, course etiquette, playing a few holes all at the Grangeville Country Club, hours TBD; call 983-6098 or e-mail jhauger123@gmail.com

All programs are free of charge to kids ages 8 to 18. Register soon as some classes have limited space. To help sponsor programs call Katrena Foltz Hauger at 451-5942.



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