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GCF opens grant cycle

GRANGEVILLE — Grangeville Community Foundation will open its 2015 grant cycle Aug. 1. Grant applications for Grangeville projects will be accepted until 5 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Grangeville Community Foundation is a community-based nonprofit organization created by and for the people of Grangeville. Since 2013, GCF has awarded 21 grants totaling $10,500 to Grangeville organizations.

Grant guidelines and the 2015 GCF Grant Application Form are available for download on the GCF webpage at For information, e-mail or contact a GCF board member: John Bennett 983-3096, Mary Jahn 983-5962, Andrea Solberg 983-2475, or Jane Spencer 983-2254.

Kiddie’s Carnival part of Kooskia Days Aug. 1

KOOSKIA – Saturday, Aug. 1, in conjunction with Kooskia Days, a Kiddie’s Carnival will be held at Kooskia City Park beginning at 10 a.m. A photo booth with props will be available as well as face painting and concession of snow cones, nachos, pop, bottled water and cotton candy. Proceeds will go to Faith, Hope and Love, a ministry of Valley Bible Church.

Free CB clinic set Aug. 1, offered by amateur radio club

KAMIAH — The 3 Rivers Amateur Radio Club and Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) will be conducting a free clinic for CB mobile installations on Saturday, Aug. 1, 10 a.m. to noon, Kamiah City Park. Help will be available to diagnose radio or antenna problems. Antenna analyzers and radio test equipment will be available.

The club and ARES are dedicated to non-commercial hobby and emergency radio operation and experimentation. For information, Ken Tuning, 935-8888.

Queen clinic set for Aug. 1

GRANGEVILLE — A “Queening Clinic” is set for this Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Border Days Arena, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $25 and includes lunch.

To sign up or for questions call or e-mail Alyson Hanson: 406-208-8583,; Christi Sonnen at 983-6314; or Kami Fogleman at 983-8779. Checks can be made to Kami Fogleman and mailed to Queen Clinic c/o 91 Whitetail Dr., Grangeville, ID 83530.

Kooskia Days to host softball

KOOSKIA — The Diehard Sports Association is sponsoring an old-fashioned “Hometown” coed softball game as part of the Kooskia Days celebration. The game will be played Friday, July 31, 6 p.m., in Kooskia City Park. Guys and gals 16 and older are invited to play in the game. Teams will be picked from whoever shows up. Area residents are invited to watch the game, and root for their favorite team.


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