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GHS Senior Fun Night Committee 2018

Grangeville Senior Fun Night for Grangeville High School’s class of 2018 is selling the calendar raffle tickets. Each day in February, a name will be drawn for a list of awesome prizes. One winner daily. Only 1,500 tickets are sold for this event. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased from any senior or senior parent. For those who don’t have access to a GHS senior, contact GHS Senior Fun Night 2018 Secretary Lorie Palmer. Call 208-983-8286 or e-mail

In addition, the senior class is selling candy bars. Worlds Finest Chocolate bars in milk, dark, almond, caramel and crisp are available for $1 each. If your business would like a box of candy bars, call Cammy Greig at 208-507-0486. You can also like the GHS Senior Fun Night page for updates.

All proceeds will go toward the safe and sober graduation party in May.

The winners of the shoppng spree raffle will be drawn this week and will be announced in an upcming issue of the paper as well as on Facebook.

The next meeting of the GHS Senior Fun Night Committee will be Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018, 6:30 p.m.

Grangeville Senior Citizens

Roy Powell opened the Nov. 27th meeting of the Grangeville Senior Center with the Pledge of Allegiance and Alice Rickman gave the prayer. The free dinner drawing was won by Jeanette Lester. There were 57 meals served at the center and 40 hot meals home delivered. There were no guests this day. Pinochle Winners: First, Dolores Kindall with 3,840 and second, Eileen Hazelbaker with 3,190.

Roy Powell opened the Dec. 1 meeting of the Senior Center with the Pledge of Allegiance and Richard Lasse offered the prayer. Dolores Kindall was the winner of the free dinner. There were 84 meals served at the center and 40 hot and 75 frozen meals home delivered. There were no guests this day. Pinochle Winners: First, Nancy Winkler with 4,920 and second, Eileen Hazelbaker with 4,630. We celebrated Vera Sisk’s 92 birthday. There will be a special dinner Friday, December 8 by Syringa Hospital. Everyone is welcome and donations will be accepted and appreciated.

Menu for December 8: Ham, Red Potatoes w/Parsley, Cooked Carrots, Roll, Pecan or Cherry Pie.

Menu for December 11: Chicken Enchiladas, Glazed Carrots, Pasta Salad and Applesauce

Pioneer Senior Citizens

Mary Purdy opened the Nov. 28 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and Elred Nuxoll led the dinner prayer.

Guests from Summit Academy were Lucy Osborne, Lois Duncan, Vy Truong, Lauren Stubbers, Lesa Berdoy and Rachel Gehring

There were 65 meals served with 24 takeouts.

Margie Schumacher won the free meal.

Vera Holthaus won the nickel Bingo pot and Donna Barnett and Anna Gehring shared the blackout.

Door prizes were won by Irene Terhaar, Mary Ann Kuther, Colleen Wilson, Ivan Nuxoll, Lois Duncan and Bev Fergason.

Seniors wanting to go to Lewiston to shop or to doctor’s appointments and don’t want to drive, call Coast driver Katie Manifold, 509-397-2935

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 12 noon.

Menu for Dec. 12

Chicken Cacciatore, Pasta, Green Beans, Banana Citrus Cup, Molasses Cookie.

To order meals delivered, call City Hall at 962-3231.


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