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Lowell / Syringa News: No politics or religion at the dinner table

Lowell, Syringa


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Marie Smith 208-926-0803 intheloft2005@hotmail.com

Colored eggs are easier to find in the snow, so it’s a good thing? Right? Well, at least the snow started the day after the Easter Bunny came. The Mike Smith family all had a nice Easter dinner at Three Rivers Resort, all 11 of us and we didn’t talk politics or religion!

Rain or snow, wind or dark of night, the whitewater rafting season is still here and it’s that time of year where the bear hunters are in a cabin right next to the kayakers. The dogs are barking, the campfires are roaring and the river is rising.

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Miss Madeline Smith, right wrist, two breaks: “No more hammocks for me!” Free Press / Marie Smith

Miss Madeline Smith got in a fight with a hammock during spring break, a two-hour trip to Lewiston for diagnosis, two hours back with a double break on the right wrist. Now comes summer and no swimming or gymnastics when the pool opens this year. She always has a smile on her face, but I know it was painful.

She said during dinner, “I can eat just fine with my left hand!”

Miss Madeline Smith, right wrist, two breaks: “No more hammocks for me!”

Free Press / Marie Smith



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