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It's Your Business: Growers meeting set for Harman Agency

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Dr. Bryan Petersen, DDS, is retiring after 23 years in Grangeville.


Facebook photo Dr. Bryan Petersen, DDS, is retiring after 23 years in Grangeville.



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Lorie Palmer

Harman Agency will host its fall growers meeting Friday, Sept. 8, at Cottonwood Community Hall at 5:30 p.m. A dinner will follow.

Call 208-962-3221 for questions.

Grangeville Elks Lodge 1825 thanks the individual(s) who donated $500 to the lodge.

While the donation was made anonymously, the lodge wants the community to know the money will be used for its youth activities, including Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, the dictionary program, Youth Activity Days, youth baseball, youth soccer, Hoop Shoot and drug awareness.

Join in celebrating Rich Gribble’s 28-year career with the Natural Resources Conservation Service Saturday, Sept. 16.

Gribble started working for the NRCS in 1988 after working for 13 years at Union Warehouse. He plans to spend his retirement years hunting and fishing.

A dinner celebration is set for Saturday, Sept. 16, 5-9 p.m., at the Grangeville Veterans Center, 318 East Main St. Grangeville, ID.

Cost is $15 per plate. RSVP by Sept. 7 to Richard Spencer at 208-494-3025 or richard.spencer@id.usda.gov

You may have already heard the news that, after 26 years in dentistry and 23 years in Grangeville, Dr. Bryan Petersen, DDS, will retire. Dr. Shane Newton will be taking over the practice. Stay tuned for further details in the upcoming weeks.

Do you need a Bulldog card this year? They are currently on sale at Grangeville High School for $10 apiece. They offer discounts at businesses throughout the region and all proceeds benefit Grangeville music programs, specifically the high school bands and choirs. You can stop by school, some local businesses, or ask me and I will get you connected as my daughter is in her fourth and final year of Varsity Blue select choir.

I hope you enjoyed the It’s Your Business special section that was inserted in last week’s Free Press. You may have noticed a page-numbering snafu that was actually a printing error. However, it does not affect the integrity of the stories.

Be sure to read about some of our county’s wonderful businesses who continue to support our local schools and community efforts in many ways. Then, support those businesses. Shop local when you can!



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