Super 8 Motel now has a little extra power … for electric cars, that is. The facility is wired with new power stations for these cars and their people who come to visit. Super 8 thanks Live Wire Electric for “such care and quality work.”
A matinee showing of the movie Max will be held Saturday, Feb. 20, 3 p.m., at the Blue Fox Theater. Chris Wagner is donating the use of the theater and K&R Video is donating the DVD. This will be a fund-raiser for ARF, Grangeville’s proposed Animal Rescue Foundation.
Aggressive and threatening phone calls by criminals impersonating IRS agents remain a major threat to taxpayers, headlining the annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams for the 2016 filing season, the Internal Revenue Service announced last week.
Remember, the IRS will not call and demand immediate payment or for you to call back and enter a code. They will always send a letter.
My 80-year-old mother got several calls last week that demanded she call back and pay money she “owed.” The number was 804-332-5401 and they called several times. When I called them they answered “internal revenue service” sometimes and “federal treasury department” other times.
So far in reported IRS fraud cases for 2016, six Idaho residents have been scammed for a total of $36,763, ranking the state at 44th. Number one in the scams is California with 961 people scammed out of $6,074,971. All states have been affected.
To report an IRS scam, call 1-800-366-4484.
Lewis Clark State College Grangeville Outreach has a variety of upcoming classes scheduled.
Weave an Easter Basket is set for Wednesdays March 9, 16 and 23, 6-9 p.m., in the Grangeville High School art room with Julie Haux instructing. Cost is $56.
Heart Soups and Antipasto is on tap for Thursday, March 10, 6-8 p.m., in the GHS family and consumer sciences room. Cost is $30.
Signing for Adults will be offered by Nancy McIntosh Thursdays March 10, 17 and 24, 6-8 p.m., in the Grangeville Elementary Middle School community room at a cost of $65.
To sign up call coordinator Carla Nuxoll Wilkins at 983-2164 or e-mail email@example.com.
As a side note, do you know what “antipasto” means? I don’t think I ever thought much about it but had lumped it in with a type of food when in reality it means “before the meal” and is a course of appetizers consisting of an assortment of foods, as olives, anchovies, sliced sausage, peppers, and artichoke hearts. I learn something new every day!
Partsway is hosting a high school tech night Wednesday, March 16, 5:30-7 p.m., at their 608 N. D Street, Grangeville, business. This will feature a NAPA tool rep, local auto techs, an LCSC auto repair instructor and the Partsway crew.
This is especially for juniors and seniors interested in pursuing a career diesel mechanics, auto repair, agriculture technology, welding and fabrication, and machining. The event is sponsored by Carlyle Tools, Partsway and G&D Machine.
Free pizza, pop and door prizes will be part of the evening. Call Jeremy Martin by Feb. 26 to RSVP, 983-2400 or e-mail Martinj2400@gmail.com.
Kamiah Chamber and Auction February Brewfest is set for Saturday, Feb. 20, at the Legion Hall, 1-7 p.m. Must be 21 to attend with tickets $15 presale or $20 at the door. Purchases tickets at Kamiah Flower Shoppe, Higher Ground Coffee or the chamber. Trestle Brewery will provide the drinks and homemade brats from Cloninger’s will be featured. DJ is Sonny Hirakawa.
Grangeville Arts Annual Sushi Night is set for Feb. 27 at The Gallery with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. Cost is $24 and reservations are recommended, 983-2595. A sushi bar is available in addition to orange chicken, salads and edamame.
Infinity Agri-Service is sponsoring a Greencreek Grower Meeting Monday, Feb. 15, 8 a.m., at Greencreek Community Hall with lunch provided.
The meeting will consist of a company overview and vision by Mike Kennedy; Crop Healthy and Nutrition with Doug Hinkins and Beau Blachly Winfield; and Product Line and Usage with Winfield. Call 507-0984.