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It's Your Business: ACE updates lawn center; Pizza Factory orders new salad bar

Ace’s JJ the Cat said, “Please (meow), please (meow), please (meow)” keep voting for ARF every day through Aug. 31st to help ARF win $5,000 to help fund building an animal shelter in Grangeville! It’s easy to vote and it’s free! Go to www.rogersmotors.com/toyota-choose-your-charity or www.arfshelter.org or www.facebook.com/arfshelter.org. “Meow meow!!” (that’s thank you!) Vote every day!

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Ace’s JJ the Cat said, “Please (meow), please (meow), please (meow)” keep voting for ARF every day through Aug. 31st to help ARF win $5,000 to help fund building an animal shelter in Grangeville! It’s easy to vote and it’s free! Go to www.rogersmotors.com/toyota-choose-your-charity or www.arfshelter.org or www.facebook.com/arfshelter.org. “Meow meow!!” (that’s thank you!) Vote every day! Contributed photo



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Lorie Palmer

Tonya J. Kennedy, MMC of City of Grangeville (clerk), has earned the designation of master municipal clerk (MMC), which is awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Inc.

IIMC grants the MMC designation only to those municipal clerks who complete demanding education requirements; and who have a record of significant contributions to their local government, their community and state.

Note that the organization photo on page 2B last week should have stated “Girl Scouts troop 3702 in Grangeville delivered “Troop to Troop” cookies to the Idaho County Veterans Center in Grangeville this week. They will also deliver to the Armory. Pictured are Earl Barnes, Scott Scribner, Ellie Kouril, Chloe Weisz, Callie Weisz and Ben Paul.”

This is a wonderful treat the girls give our local military. Thanks to them! Callie and Chloe are our little neighbor girls whom we love so much, so we were recipients of cookies this year, too. There’s nothing like Girl Scout cookies, but I am glad they only sell them once a year!

Ace Home Center owners Bill and Karin Vetter are repairing/rebuilding the lawn center to make it a more retail friendly, shoppable space for bulky seasonal items.

They said they owe a “huge thank you” to Dallas Neumann for his help with this endeavor! Dallas is Karin’s brother-in-law.

Grangeville labor office moves to new location

You may have noticed The Idaho Department of Labor’s Grangeville local office was closed yesterday, Aug. 15. They moved to a new location at 158 E. Main St., Suite 1A.

The office reopened today, Wednesday, Aug. 16, at its new location. Operating hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. – closed from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch – Monday through Friday.

The phone number, fax number and email address remain the same: Phone: 208-983-0440; fax: 208-983-0302; e-mail address: grangevillemail@labor.idaho.gov.

Staff at the new office will continue to offer labor services to area businesses and job seekers. For information, contact the Grangeville office or visit the Department of Labor website at labor.idaho.gov.

Shirley’s Dance Studio will host open houses for all current and future students.

This is set for Monday, Aug. 28, 6 p.m. in Grangeville (United Methodist Church basement). Call: Shirley in Clarkston: 509-758-6510.

Pizza Factory in Grangeville has a new salad bar on the way! It’s ordered and will be here and installed soon. Check it out in the next week or so at the Main Street eatery.

NOVA (on Idaho Public T.V.) will have live eclipse coverage on Facebook Aug. 21 at 10/9 a.m. MT/PT and will air Eclipse Over America Aug. 21 at 8 p.m. Check your public television listings to see what channels.

The Grangeville Chamber of Commerce will host a summer picnic in Eimers Park by the mammoth building this Thursday, Aug. 17, 5:30 p.m., RSVP to jeff@grangevilleidaho.com. Bring drinks and a chair.



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