As of Tuesday, March 28, 2017
COTTONWOOD Finally, we are getting some nice spring days. Spring fever was getting the best of me until we drove to the Salmon River on Sunday. It was beautiful there.
The date for the Cottonwood Community Yard Sale will be May 20, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $7 to be on the map. The proceeds are going to the Prairie Cross-Country team this year. To sign up call Shari at 962-3559 or Jenny 451-4244. Leave a message with your name and phone number and we will get back to you. Deadline to sign up is May 10.
The Annual City of Cottonwood Community Cleanup started last week and will run until June 1. All city of Cottonwood residents, businesses, organizations, and schools are encouraged to participate. Roll-off bins will be at the corner of Idaho and 2nd South Street. You may deposit branches, yard waste, anything inert. Do not use them for household trash, hazardous waste or animal waste.
Frances Conklin has recently published the book, “Sweet Willy, a Noble and Absurd Undertaking.” The book tells the ideas and history of the founding 20 years ago, of Dog Bark Park, which has become quite an attraction, bringing tourists from all over the world to our little town of Cottonwood. It is a story of a one-of-kind business established with no guides other than a couple following their hearts to carve out a livelihood and life together. Copies of the book are available for $15 by visiting or calling Dog Bark Park 962-3647.
The Rebel Riders 4-H horse club is taking orders for homemade Easter pies. Apple or mixed berry are $15 each; chocolate cream is $10 each. Gluten free options are also available. Deadline to order is April 9. Pickup available in Cottonwood or Grangeville or delivered to your door for $5. Call Kate to order, 451-4020.