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Luncheon set for Clearwater is Jan. 21

CLEARWATER — The next luncheon served at the Clearwater Meal Center will be on Wednesday, Jan. 21, noon at the Clearwater Baptist Church. All ages are welcome, $5 donation is appreciated but not required. Come and meet a neighbor and find a friend.

Relay for Life meeting scheduled for Jan. 20

KAMIAH — Clearwater to Salmon Rivers Relay for Life Committee will be meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20, at the Pizza Factory in Kamiah at 6:00 p.m. Come and meet Alene Bethel, new staff partner from the Spokane, Wash., office of the American Cancer Society. Volunteers are needed to help with the relay which will be held in Kamiah in July.

GHS band rummage sale scheduled for Jan. 24 at school

GRANGEVILLE — The Grangeville High School Band will hold a rummage sale to try to complete fund-raising for their trip to Disneyland in March. The sale will be held in the GHS cafeteria Saturday, Jan. 24, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Those who have items (other than electronics) they would like to donate, contact Mrs. Stefani at 983-0580.

KCPC to meet Jan. 21

KAMIAH — The Kamiah Community Partners Coalition (KCPC) will meet at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 21, at the Kamiah Welcome Center on Main Street. All members and anyone interested in improving the Kamiah community in a positive and constructive way is invited to attend. Reports and updates will be made on current and upcoming events and activities. The meeting will be a potluck dinner; bring a dish to share. Contact Chere Souther, 935-7647.

Dance recital to be held this Sunday

GRANGEVILLE — Shirley’s Dance Studio’s Grangeville dancers will host their winter recital Sunday, Jan. 18, 3 p.m., at Grangeville High School’s cafeteria. The public is encouraged to attend; no admission is charged.

Registrations are currently being accepted for new classes which begin this month. Teacher Shirley Sears is in Grangeville each Monday. Call 509-758-6510 or 509-332-6983.

Let’s Talk About It Series begins Jan. 20

GRANGEVILLE — The first in the Let’s Talk About It reading program will be held at Grangeville Centennial Library Tuesday, Jan. 20, 5:30 p.m. The first book is “Bloodlines” by Janet Campbell Hale and can be picked up at the library. Everyone of any age is invited to read and discuss. The first scholar to facilitate the talk is Wendy Green.



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