CHS Primeland recently dropped off a $500 check at the Camas Prairie Food Bank in Grangeville. This is part of the Harvest for Hunger campaign that Primeland conducted this spring. In total, they raised $19,560, which was divided out to 11 food banks including a large part to the Idaho Food Bank that supplies many of the local food banks.
As of Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Summer swimming kicks off this Saturday, June 4, with opening of the Grangeville City Pool. This will be a free swim day, open 1-5 p.m.
Limited hours will run June 4 to 17, closing after the general swim at 4:40 p.m.
Time slots are still available for the first session of swimming lessons to start June 6. To sign up, call city hall, 983-2851.
Pool operational hours, costs and information is available online at http://grangeville.us/city-parks/city-pool/, city hall or by calling the pool at 983-0935.
A caregivers support group has started at Soltman Center for the first Thursday of each month. The first one is set for June 2, 3 p.m. This is open to any caregiver.
In addition, a cancer support group will be held the third Thursday of each month. This started in May and the next group is set for June 16, 3 to 5 p.m. Free and open to the public, also at Soltman Center. For questions call facilitator Maja at 983-8590.
The final Partners in Community Health Extreme Adventures for Kids will take place Saturday, June 11, at Lions Park. Kevin Asker will lead disc golf starting at 9:30 a.m. Following, pizza and prizes will be available.
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