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Participants in the recent Kooskia Saddliers O-Mok-See include (front, L-R) Layton Pearson and Wyatt Pearson, Molly VanSteenwyk, Reagan Pearson, Makenzie Winkler, Tia Haukedahl, Princess Macy Morrow, Stacy VanSteenwyk and Melissa Portelli. Not pictured: Chris Nelson.

Contributed photo Paula Davis


Participants in the recent Kooskia Saddliers O-Mok-See include (front, L-R) Layton Pearson and Wyatt Pearson, Molly VanSteenwyk, Reagan Pearson, Makenzie Winkler, Tia Haukedahl, Princess Macy Morrow, Stacy VanSteenwyk and Melissa Portelli. Not pictured: Chris Nelson. Contributed photo Paula Davis



Pioneer Senior Citizens

Pam Smith opened the September 12 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and Dolores VonBargen led the dinner prayer.

There were 48 meals served with 21 takeouts and 20 frozen dinners.

Barbara Rehder won the free dinner.

Diane Schultz and Ingrid Mader each shared a joke with the group.

Ella Schaeffer and Donna Barnett shared the nickel Bingo pot while Barnett won the blackout.

Door prize winners were Ivan Nuxoll, Dolores VonBargen, Loycie Sonnen, Ron Sonnen and Judy Arledge.

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 September 26

Western Ranch Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Steamed Brussel Sprouts, Summer Fruit Salad.

Welcome Back Fiddlers!

This will also be the birthday meeting.

To order meals delivered, call City Hall, 208-962-3231.

Grangeville Senior Citizens Stanley Modrell opened the Sept. 11th meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and the prayer was offered by Carl Sommer. The free dinner drawing was won by Eileen Hazelbaker. 97 meals were served at the site and 36 meals were home delivered. There were no guests. Pinochle winners: Mel Willis, first with 4,790 and second, Nancy Winkler with 4,010. Irene and Jane Burgess were winners of the 1000 A’s Dime Pot. The Sept. 15th meeting was opened with Stanley Modrell leading the Pledge of Allegiance. Alice Rickman offered the prayer. Bernie Golz won the free dinner. 84 meals were served at the site. 35 hot and 67 frozen dinners were home delivered. There were no guests. Pinochle winners: First, Eileen Hazelbaker with 4,580 and second, Roberta Gibbs with 4,470. We welcomed back the Old-Time Fiddlers and their great music. Menu for Sept. 22: Sweet & Sour Chicken, Rice, Creamy Coleslaw, Orange Juice and Banana Sundae. Menu for Sept. 25: Hamburger Steak, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Tossed Vegetable Salad w/Buttermilk Dressing and Applesauce.

Kooskia Saddliers

KOOSKIA – Kooskia Saddliers held its O-Mok-See Sept. 9.

Winners were as follows:

*7 and younger: Luke Nelson high point, Lyndon Pearson and Wyatt Pearson, tie for reserve.

*8-11: Mckenzie Winkler high point, Reagan Pearson reserve

*12-15: Macy Morrow high point, Tia Haukedahl reserve

*19 and older: Mellisa Porelli high point, Molly VanSteenwyk reserve

*55 and older: Jo Simler, Elaine Pearson and Stacy VanSteenwyk. gift certificates

The next Saddliers event is an Obstacle Challenge on Saturday, Sept., 23, 9:30 a.m. Concessions available Participants need not be members.

Short course $5 pee wee 8 and younger; $10 per horse. Age groups: 9-18, 19-59 and 60-plus. Added money except pee wee and 100 percent payback jackpot

No Horse will compete against itself. Riders may enter multiple times on different horses.



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