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COTTONWOOD NEWS: Benefit purse auction set for March 5

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Cottonwood’s Summit Academy kindergarten class hosted the seniors for lunch last week. The students had pizza and spent the lunch hour visiting and getting to know each other better.


Contributed photo Cottonwood’s Summit Academy kindergarten class hosted the seniors for lunch last week. The students had pizza and spent the lunch hour visiting and getting to know each other better.



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Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561 dawnstar1018@gmail.om

— The second annual Purse Auction to benefit victims of domestic violence and sexual assault will be held Saturday, March 5, at the Cottonwood Community Hall. The doors open at 1 p.m. and the auction starts at 2:30 p.m. There will be a $10 per plate potato bar and drink, with all proceeds going toward the fund-raiser. You can donate a new blanket for a free meal. Donations are being accepted. Items needed are purses, bags, backpacks, etc., filled or empty. Or if you prefer to donate gift certificates, cash, or other items, we can use those to fill a purse or bag. All donations are tax deductible. For information, contact Kristy with YWCA at 983-0888 or Debbie at The Hangout, 962-7383.

The Camas Prairie chapter of the Friends of the NRA will hold their annual banquet at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 12 at the Greencreek Community Hall. The event includes a good meal, great auction items, raffle items and much more. Tickets are available at Rae Bros. Sporting Goods in Grangeville and Kooskia Feed and Supply. Friends of NRA are non-political, non-profit organization, and no membership is required to attend the dinner. The mission of the Friends of the NRA is to support the future of shooting sports.

Two women were talking at Riener’s Grocery the other day. The first lady was telling the second lady that she forgot her grocery list at home and did not know what she needed. As the first lady continued to shop, she remembered that she had put the grocery list in her purse a few days ago. So she went out to check, and sure enough, it was there! So she went back and found the other lady and said, “It’s not so bad when you forget your list, but when you forget that you remembered it, now that’s bad!



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