As of Tuesday, August 21, 2018
ELK CITY Elk City Days results from the logging events are as follows: winner of the Peewee Rolling Pin Toss, William Stibal; Kids Rolling Pin Toss, Mary Thompson; Women’s Rolling Pin Toss, Dakota Breish; Women’s Axe Throw, Tammy Wagondorf; Men’s Ax Throw, Richard Foster; Jack and Jill Crosscut, Alyssa and Sage Stibal; 3.5-4.5 Power Saw, Jasper Thompson; Father and Son Crosscut, Sage and Travis Stibal; 4.5-5.5 Power Saw, Jasper Thompson; Women’s Crosscut, Joan Gill and Becky Chaffee; 5.5 and up Power Saw, Jasper Thompson; Men’s Crosscut, Terry and Wayne; Wood Splitting, Rieley Stibal, Jayce Huling, and Nicolas Saporito. The All Around Trophy was won by the Stibal family.
In case you didn’t make it to Elk City Days, go to Elk City, Idaho Facebook page to see pictures of both the Kiddie parade and the main parade.
Sue Phillips writes: School resumed Tuesday, Aug. 21, so the open hours for the community library change to 3:15 to 5 p.m. The Elk City Community Library is housed in the Elk City School. We have a wonderful selection of books, VHS movies, some DVDs and some magazines. Also, available is the ValNet interlibrary loan system allowing patrons to request books from libraries in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Come check us out!
Four wonderful, eager little readers completed the summer reading program. A party was held on Thursday morning, Aug. 16, at the library. Participants feasted on fresh fruit and received all kinds of great prizes provided by Elk City Ranger District and their very own new book on a favorite subject of theirs.
Dr. Told from Syringa Hospital will be the physician coming to Elk City on Sept. 6. Patients can call the Primary Care Clinic at 208-983-8590 to make an appointment.
I missed a couple of events last week: Lee Enos’s birthday and Loren and Cocoa Anderson’s anniversary.