As of Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Pine Tree Community Credit Union in Grangeville will hold its 59th annual meeting luncheon Saturday, Jan. 31, 1 p.m., at the Grangeville Eagles Hall. Lunch will be served at noon with the meeting beginning at 1 p.m. There is no charge for lunch for members; however, a reservation is needed for attendance. Stop by PTCCU at 230 East Main Street or call 983-1575.
Don’t forget about the band rummage sale this Saturday, Jan. 24, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the GHS cafeteria. Funds raised will help send the band to Disneyland in March. If you have items to donate or can help in any way, call Kathy Stefani at the school at 983-0580, or simply drop items by the school this week.
Physical therapist Jamie Scheffler was the December employee of the month at St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics.
She received her bachelor of science in physical education from Eastern Washington University and her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Montana. She is also a certified personal trainer and graduate of Prairie High School.
When not working, she enjoys camping, fly fishing, playing basketball and back pack trips. She is the daughter of Joe and Debbie Chicane and is married to Tim Scheffler. They have one dog named Quigley.
Do you need a pizza for the Super Bowl? Today is the last day to order from Grangeville High School’s class of 2015. Four kinds of pizzas are available with a cost of $13-15 apiece. All proceeds will go toward GHS Senior Fun Night. Call Tonya Kennedy at 507-0981 to order one now!
Speaking of Senior Fun Night, raffle tickets for the 28 days of drawings in February are available through Jan. 30 for $10 each. There are great prizes that will be drawn for each day. I have my ticket. Get yours now by calling Tonya at the above number.
My Friday night was exciting. I watched Horse Tribe on KSPS (Idaho Public TV). It was about Navajo horseman Rudy Shebala whose family ranch is in the Kamiah/Kooskia area. His son, a young Hahots Shebala, Kamiah High School student, was also featured. The story was about reviving the Nezperce horse culture. Check it out on PBS or http://www.nativetelecom.org/films/horse-tribe where you can watch it on-line.
Something else I saw on PBS was a story about the rural doctor shortage. I have recently written about this but watched the show Idaho Reports and saw a segment on there that reported Idaho is sixth in the nation for most aged doctors. In Idaho we currently need 1.7 new doctors for every doctor retiring, based on population and the aging inhabitants of the state.
Idaho Reports on the local PBS stations is a great wrap up of what’s going on in Idaho as far as the Idaho legislature, interviews with representatives, the governor and lieutenant governor, economics, infrastructure and so much more. Check local listing but it’s a regular show. You can also watch past shows on-line at http://idahoptv.org/idreports/.
Need some cookies for Valentine’s Day? The People First group (a local organization that helps persons with disabilities) is selling Valentine cookies. One large cookie is $1 and 10 cookies is $21, with numbers and prices in-between, as well. To order call Gerald at 451-0275. Cutoff day for orders is Jan. 30.