It's Your Business: Get costumes ready for annual Kids Klub ball

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Dana Greig, Syringa Hospital and Clinics Community Relations Coordinator, presents a donation to Kent Stokes, Mountain View School District 244 superintendent. The $270 donation was collected during this year’s free sports physicals at Syringa’s Primary Care Clinic.

Contributed photo Dana Greig, Syringa Hospital and Clinics Community Relations Coordinator, presents a donation to Kent Stokes, Mountain View School District 244 superintendent. The $270 donation was collected during this year’s free sports physicals at Syringa’s Primary Care Clinic.

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It's Your Business Lorie Palmer 983-1200 lpalmer@idahocountyfreepress.com

Mark your calendars and start planning your outfit for the Kids Klub Halloween Costume Ball Saturday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m., at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville. A costume contest will be held as well as an opportunity to duct tape a local celeb to the “Spider Wall.”

Tickets (which includes dinner) are available at: The Gallery, Lindsley’s Furniture and online at www.thekidsklub.org for $50 per person or reserve seating “Munsters Table” for eight for $600.

Check out the sponsorship window at the Baza’R Shoe Store which was put together by Kelly Bambacigno and Emily Sherwood.

The Grangeville High School Senior Fun Night Committee is selling raffle tickets for a $5,000 shopping spree. Tickets are $100 a ticket only 100 tickets will be sold. The drawing will be Oct. 31. Tickets are available at Grangeville Flower Shop or from any GHS senior. The $5,000 can be used at up to five local retail businesses of the winner’s choice. Spend the money at one business or five!

Pine Tree Community Credit Union will host its International Credit Union Day Thursday, Oct. 20. Stop by the Grangeville and Riggins’ branches for refreshments and a drawing for a prepaid VISA card. Also, get a free reusable tote while they last.

Idaho County Republicans will offer a free showing of the movie “Hillary’s America” Sunday, Oct. 30, 3 p.m., at the Blue Fox Theater in Grangeville. Donations will be accepted.

Idaho County Division of Motor Vehicles will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 2, 8 a.m. until noon, to install software in conjunction with new drivers’ licenses and identification (ID) cards.

Join Kathleen and Breezi at HomeGrown Quilts on Grangeville’s Main Street for some all-night fun! The Friday Night Sewcials are set for Nov. 11 and Dec. 2, 5 p.m. to midnight. Cost is $10 with dinner included and $5 in store credit (good for that night only). Call 983-0254.

Now through Christmas, Pine Tree Community Credit Union in Grangeville and Riggins is partnering with Bud’s PowerSports in Cottonwood for the Annual Food Bank Holiday Cash Drive, Each $1 donation will translate to $3 to help local families in the community.

According to LegendsofAmerica.com, Butch Cassidy , a.k.a George Leroy Parker, robbed the bank in Montpelier, Idaho, Aug. 13, 1896. He got away with $7,165, allegedly to hire a lawyer for his partner Matt Warner, who was awaiting trial for murder in Ogden, Utah.

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