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It's Your Business: Holiday info sought; free lunch for veterans

Kids Klub Breaks Ground: Kids Klub, Inc., broke ground at its new building site at 506 South A Street, Tuesday, Nov. 7. Morris Arnzen Building Construction of Cottonwood was awarded the construction bid for the 4,016 square-foot facility. A story on the project will appear in next week’s  Free Press.

Photo by Lorie Palmer
Kids Klub Breaks Ground: Kids Klub, Inc., broke ground at its new building site at 506 South A Street, Tuesday, Nov. 7. Morris Arnzen Building Construction of Cottonwood was awarded the construction bid for the 4,016 square-foot facility. A story on the project will appear in next week’s Free Press.



Do you have holiday info to be included in upcoming issues of the paper and special Free Press sections? I need the info by Nov. 10! E-mail me at lpalmer@idahocountyfreepress.com or call me – 208-983-1200.

I gave the wrong date last week for The Hangout’s free Veteran’s Day roast beef sandwich special. They will be doing this Friday, Nov. 10, all day. Stop by the Cottonwood eatery for this tasty treat for your favorite veteran gets to eat for free! Thanks Ron and Debbie Schnider!

A spaghetti dinner and auction to benefit 4-month old twins, Marshall and Mason Scott, who have been diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, is set for the American Legion Hall in Nezperce Saturday, Nov. 18, 4 to 7 p.m. The babies will be in Spokane for at least a month, completing testing, and their family will need help with medical expenses. Stop by this fund-raiser to help the Scott family!

Thank you to the anonymous angel who paid for dinner for Hailey and me at Season’s last week. It was totally unexpected and seriously appreciated by both of us!

A Cowboy Christmas Gift and Craft Bazaar is set for Saturday, Nov. 25, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Idaho County Veterans Center. To be a vendor call 983-1033.

An Idaho Forest Biomass workshop is set for Nov. 8-9 in Grangeville. Tickets are $35 and includes a field tour at Idaho Forest Group sawmill and Rocky Canyon Pellet Manufacturing, a full day of workshops, and lunch on Thursday. Register at https://sustainablenw.ejoinme.org/2017idahobiomass.

Do you have a favorite holiday recipe or simply a family favorite? The Free Press is looking for these best recipes to print in an upcoming special section. Any category is open. Send these to me via Facebook, e-mail lpalmer@idahocountyfreepress.com, or fax to 208-983-1336. Deadline is Monday, Nov.13. Contact me with questions, 208-983-1200.

If you haven’t attended Summit Academy’s Mystery Night, held annually at the Greencreek Community Hall, put it on your bucket list. This well-oiled fund-raiser runs smooth as butter! It’s fun, the decorations are amazing and the food is incredible. This was my third time attending and it’s always a great evening. Judy Hauger and I represented the Free Press and we had some great company and laughs.

Be sure to get on a list or buy your tickets early for next year as the event was sold out for 2017.



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