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COTTONWOOD NEWS: Blood drive surpasses goal by two pints


Donna Wassmuth Cottonwood 962-3561

— The blood drive in Cottonwood met its goal of 70 pints plus two more. The volunteers did a great job as usual. There were two first-time donors, Meaghan Bruner and Megan Rambo. Along with the first-time donors there were several who received milestone pins. Father Meinrad and Mike Temes received their one-gallon pins and Trina Geis received her two-gallon pin. Joe Kuther and Andy Terhaar both got four-gallon pins and Bonnie Gehring received a five-gallon pin. Brenda Kaschmitter and co-chair Donna Quick are proud of all of you. The next blood drive will be on Mach 15. If you would like to make an appointment, contact either of these ladies at the hospital at 962-3251.

A hunter education class will be held for fifth grade students Jan. 25-29. Registration information will be distributed at the schools for those students. An adult hunter education class is also planned during the month of February in the evenings (date to be determined).

Anyone born after 1975 needs a hunter education class to purchase a hunting license in Idaho. Both of these classes will fulfill that requirement. To register for the evening class, call Eric Wassmuth at 962-2372 by Jan. 22.

The St. Anthony’s crab feed was well attended. The cooks did a great job. Money raised goes into projects in the community.


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