As of Tuesday, May 2, 2017
COTTONWOOD Finally, we get some sunshine! We went for a drive yesterday in the Kooskia area and saw more than 200 deer, turkeys and pheasants. So, they must have survived the winter okay. I’ll bet they are as happy as we are to be rid of the snow.
Remember that the Cottonwood Community Cleanup for the City Of Cottonwood is going on until June 1. Residents, businesses, organizations, and schools are encouraged to participate. Rolloff bins will be available for city residents to use to deposit yard waste, branches, clean out the garage stuff—anything inert- At The Corner Of Idaho and 2nd South streets—save a trip to the dumpsters! (Not intended for household trash, hazardous waste or animal waste)
Yesterday at St. Mary’s Church in Cottonwood, a group of second graders received their first Holy Communion. Their little faces were radiant with joy to have Jesus in their heart. Congratulations to all of you.
The 11th annual Idaho Family Camp 2017 will be July 13-16. We gather in the wilderness of Idaho to share our FAITH, to be together as a FAMILY, and have lots of FUN. Idaho Family Camp has grown to include many priests, deacons, seminarians, religious sisters and more than 50 families. To register: idahofamilycamp.org/register; deadline is May 15.
The next meeting of Prairie Art will be May 8, 9:30 a.m., at Craigmont City Hall. Marlene Flynn will be presenting a Jumpstart Drawing class. To prepare for the class, everyone is invited to sit in front of a mirror and draw a picture of your face. For the class, you will need drawing paper and No. 2 pencils. Anyone is invited to attend. A sack lunch follows the class.
Summit Academy’s Spring Play is May 4-6. Show times are 7 p.m., each night with a matinee on Saturday at 2 p.m. The title of the play this year is “Expect the Unexpected: A Nun’s tale.” Admission prices are preschool-free; kindergarten to 12th grade-$3; adults-$5; family pass-$20.