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It's Your Business: Share a Valentine with GHR residents

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Acting Board Chair, Steve Didier, presents Betty Watson with a thank you gift.

Contributed photo Acting Board Chair, Steve Didier, presents Betty Watson with a thank you gift.


Lorie Palmer

Would you like to share a Valentine with someone who would really appreciate it?

Stop by Grangeville Health and Rehab anytime between now and next Wednesday, Feb. 14, say hello and share a Valentine. Residents will have homemade “mail box” folders outside of their rooms. Stop by to do this between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. anytime through the 14th. There are approximately 50 residents.

The Kidders will play music for the residents at 2 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, and then they will open their Valentines.

The Kamiah Chamber of Commerce general meeting is set for tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 7 at Welcome Center (chamber building), 6:30 p.m., for the potluck dinner and 7 p.m. for the meeting

This is the officer installation dinner. It will be a potluck dinner and chamber members are asked to bring either a side dish, salad or dessert. The chamber will be furnishing the meat.

The Syringa Hospital District Board of Trustees presented Betty Watson, CFO, a gift containing an overnight stay at the CDA Resort as well as some gardening and quilt supplies. This was in thanks to Betty for her work as interim CEO from March 1, 2017 – Jan. 1, 2018.

The Gallery is offering a full Valentine dinner Feb. 14 for $25 per person. Call 208-983-2595 for details.

The Habit in Cottonwood is offering a couples night Saturday, Feb. 17, 7 to 9 p.m., with music by Mike and Maddie. Cost is $15 per couple and includes heavy hors d’oeuvres and desserts. Call 208-507-2745.

Speedy recovery wishes to Grangeville High School principal Randall Miskin and his son, Braxton, who were in a car accident near Culdesac Monday night. Glad they are both OK.

I had the privilege of attending the University of Montana All-Star Honor Choir performance in Missoula last weekend. It was excellent. Sometimes when you have not heard collegiate music for a while, you forget how good it can be. I was very impressed.

The trip was pretty good driving-wise, but on the way home there was a ton of water on the roadways and we did a little fishtailing a couple times.

Can I brag again? Congratulations to my Ferndale High School class of 1986 classmate Doug Pederson who coached his Philadelphia Eagles to Super Bowl victory Sunday, Feb. 4. I am very proud of him and his commitment to his profession and his faith.


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