As of Tuesday, February 23, 2016
CVHS Amateur Radio Club
A new amateur radio club at Clearwater Valley High School is being mentored by the 3 Rivers Amateur Radio Club. The new club meets every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the school library. The first meeting featured an introduction to amateur radio and information on where to study for the license on the Internet. Upcoming meetings will feature reviews of students’ progress toward the exam and presentations on different aspects of amateur radio. When the students are ready, volunteer examiners from the 3 Rivers Amateur Radio Club will conduct the examination at the school.
Future plans include installation of an amateur radio station at the school and participation in various amateur radio events and contests.
For information call David Brainerd at 926-7886 or Ben Danford at 451-3071.
Cottonwood Senior Citizens
Agnes Forsman opened the Feb. 16 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and also led the dinner prayer. There were no guests this week. There were 47 meals served with 19 takeouts and 16 frozen meals. Dianne Schultz won the free dinner.
Sharing jokes this week were Joyce Forsmann and Ned Forsmann.
Eileen Hazelbaker won the nickel bingo pot and she and Judy Arledge split the blackout. Door prize winners were Vern Uhlorn, Doris Sonnen, Marianne Wren, Bob Talbot, Jim Beckman and Eileen Hazelbaker.
Come join us for a meal every Tuesday for a small donation at the Cottonwood Community Church basement. Meals are served at noon.
Menu for March 1: beef stew, broccoli, apricots and dinner roll.
Lions add to scholarship fund
GRANGEVILLE — While tuition is more expensive than it used to be, one community organization is growing the scholarships it has traditionally offered. The Grangeville Lions Club will provide a $2,000 scholarship to each of two 2016 graduates.
The Grangeville Lions Club recently released the following statement:
“Grangeville Lions would like to thank our community for continuing support of our annual Christmas tree sales. The proceeds from tree sales fund Lions Club scholarships that are awarded each year to deserving seniors from Grangeville High School. Last year, GHS graduates Travis Goehring and Kristin Kaschmitter each received a $1,000 scholarship from the Lions Club.”
“Starting in 2016, the scholarship amount will be $2,000, twice as much, because of the higher cost of tuition and because of continuing support from the Grangeville community.”
“Since 1936, the Grangeville Lions Club has been instrumental in supporting area recreational venues that citizens use daily: from Lions Park to the tubing hill, golf course, pool building and football field, little league fields and more.”
“Every April, Lions test all K-8 GEMS and Kooskia students’ sight and hearing. Adults needing assistance with sight and hearing issues may apply for help as well. These community programs are all funded by Lions Burger sales at our trailer on Main Street during Border Days.”
For information about the scholarships, about other Grangeville Lions community service efforts, or about how to join, contact Grangeville Lions Club president Tyler Harrington at 451-4285 or e-mail email@example.com.
Grangeville Senior Citizens
The Feb. 15 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stan Modrell and the prayer was given by Tom Helmick. The free dinner drawing came to Norma Luper. There were 72 meals served and 49 hot meals delivered. Guest was Ruth Bracken.
Nickel bingo and blackout winner was Dolores Kindall.
The 4-H Club helped with the meal and Charley Spengler celebrated his birthday.
The Feb. 19 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stan Modrell and the prayer was given by Jim Myers. The free dinner drawing came to George Hitchcock. There were 80 meals served with 43 hot and 92 frozen meals delivered. Guests were Dody Kern and Gary Diederich.
The nickel pot was won by Eileen Hazelbaker, Alta Clark and Mel Willis. The blackout winner was Donna Hazelbaker.
John and Kathy Gaither celebrated their anniversary and Kathy’s birthday.
The menu for Feb. 26: chicken teriyaki, rice, peas, green salad, buttermilk dressing and carrifruit salad; Feb. 29: pork chops, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, baked apples; March 4: birthdays celebrated, meatloaf, mashed potatoes, brown gravy, green beans, carrot, raisin salad, chilled peaches.