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Cottonwood News: Bruner, Uhlenkott honored


Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561

— Due to scheduling conflicts, Le’ Beef for the Cure on April 30 in Cottonwood has been canceled. Anyone who has purchased tickets can get a refund from the person of purchase. Tami Quick said, “Sorry for the inconvenience.”

There will be no health walk this weekend as it is the Seaport River Run in Lewiston. Next weekend, April 30, the walk will be in Winchester, 9 a.m., with signup at 8:30 a.m.

Mass times on Sunday, April 24: First Holy Communion will be held at St. Mary’s Church at 10 a.m. on Sunday, April 24. The Mass times will switch between St. Anthony and St. Mary’s, with St. Anthony having the 8 a.m. Mass on April 24. Congratulations to all the children receiving their first communion.

Welcome to Bishop Peter Christensen who will be here this week for Confirmation. Congratulations to all of the youth who are involved in this.

Two Prairie High School athletes were honored recently at the North Idaho Awards Banquet held at Coeur d’Alene. Jake Bruner was named as the Class 1A-3A Athlete of the Year as well as C1A-3A Football Player of the Year. Krystin Uhlenkott was named as the Class 1A-3A Volleyball Player of the Year. Both are seniors at PHS.

The annual Farm Forest Fair was held at Greencreek Community Hall Wednesday and Thursday, April 13 and 14, for sixth grade classes around the area. It is always very informative and many of the students have never been exposed to the farm or forest life. They have the opportunity to see how plants and trees grow, how to milk a cow, where flour comes from, and many other things.


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