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Ten members of the Big Cedar Homemakers met Oct. 12 at the Big Cedar Schoolhouse to start planning for their annual Christmas swag sale. Before starting their meeting, members wired 600 plus Ponderosa Pine cones. It was decided the deadline for all swag orders would be Nov. 5, and the new price would be $15 each. Madelon Gribble volunteered to take orders and can be reached at 926-4709. On Nov. 7, members will gather the greenery and on Nov. 9 the swags will be assembled and cones wired on. Application of bows and delivery will occur Monday, Nov. 21. Once again this year, the proceeds of the sale will be divided between the Tahoe Quick Response Unit and the Ridge Runners Fire Department.


Ten members of the Big Cedar Homemakers met Oct. 12 at the Big Cedar Schoolhouse to start planning for their annual Christmas swag sale. Before starting their meeting, members wired 600 plus Ponderosa Pine cones. It was decided the deadline for all swag orders would be Nov. 5, and the new price would be $15 each. Madelon Gribble volunteered to take orders and can be reached at 926-4709. On Nov. 7, members will gather the greenery and on Nov. 9 the swags will be assembled and cones wired on. Application of bows and delivery will occur Monday, Nov. 21. Once again this year, the proceeds of the sale will be divided between the Tahoe Quick Response Unit and the Ridge Runners Fire Department.



Grangeville Senior Citizens

Oct. 17: pledge, Stanley Modrell; prayer, Tom Helmick; free dinner, Terri Wisdom; meals at site: 79 with 35 hot home-deliveries; Bingo winner, Eileen Hazelbaker; blackout winner, Dolores Kindall.

Oct. 21: pledge, Stanley Modrell; prayer, Jim Myers; free dinner, Lewis Endsley; meals at site: 80, with 33 hot and 65 frozen home-deliveries; guests: Old Time Fiddlers; pinochle winners: 1, Melvin Willis; 2, Eileen Hazelbaker; 3, Marlene Hicks; 4, Dolores Kindall; Other: pinochle on Fridays and Bingo on Mondays after meal.

Menus: Oct. 28 – lasagna, peas, green salad/buttermilk dressing, peaches; Oct. 31 (Halloween) – chili con carne, tossed veggie salad/balsamic dressing, pineapple, small cinnamon roll.

Pioneer Senior Citizens

Agnes Forsman opened the Oct. 18 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and Hilda Nuttman led the dinner prayer. There were 48 meals served with 25 home-deliveries. Vern Uhlorn won the free meal. Susie McPherson shared a joke with the group.

Norma Schumacher won both the nickel bingo pot and the blackout. Door prize winners were Vera Holthaus, Mardell Sonnen, Doris Sonnen, Theresa Sonnen, Jim Beckman and Irene Terhaar.

Come join us for a meal every Tuesday for a small donation at the Pioneer Senior Center in the Cottonwood Community Hall basement. Meals are served at noon.

Menu for Nov. 1: Cook’s Choice.



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