Credit: Renita Lee
Grangeville High School’s cheer squad is (front, L-R) Ashlyn Bacon, Cierra Mundell, Victoria Williams and Emily Mundell; and (back row L-R) Megan Hohman, Jillian Hausladen, Hailey Cass, Hunter Robinson, Kaylianna Shaw and Anya Ruddell.
GHS cheer squad brings home the hardware
Grangeville High School cheerleaders fared well at a recent cheer competition.
The squad competed at the Vandal Cheer Challenge at Memorial Gym at the University of Idaho in Moscow Jan. 27.
“This is something new for Grangeville, to bring back cheer trophies and awards,” said coach Renita Lee. “The squad worked hard.”
Competing were Ashlyn Bacon, Cierra Mundell, Victoria Williams, Emily Mundell, Megan Hohman, Jillian Hausladen, Hailey Cass, Hunter Robinson, Kaylianna Shaw and Anya Ruddell.
The team walked away with first place in show routine (entire squad); second place in five-man co-ed stunt (Robinson, Hausladen, Cass, C. Mundell and E. Mundell); first in co-ed stunt (Robinson, E. Mundell); and first in all-girl stunt (Hausladen, C. Mundell).
Next up for the Bulldogs is the Maniac Cheer Off in Orofino Feb. 10. District competition is set for the end of the month.
Grangeville Senior Citizens
Stan Modrell opened the Jan. 29th meeting of the Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and the prayer was offered by Shirley Crane. Wanda Pilant won the free dinner drawing. There were 55 meals served on site with 37 hot and 44 frozen meals home delivered. We celebrated Terri Wisdom’s birthday. Shirley Crane shared a joke with the group. Pinochle Winners: John Purdy first with 4,790 and Barbara Henderson second with 4,590.
The Jan. 31 meeting was opened with Stan Modrell leading the Pledge of Allegiance and Shirley Crane giving the prayer. Nancy Helmick was the winner of the free dinner. 66 meals were served at the site and 32 hot and 44 meals were home delivered. The Old Time Fiddlers were guests and they will be playing the 3rd Friday and the 3rd and 4th Wednesdays. We thank them for the entertainment. Shirley Crane share a joke. Pinochle Winners: Jane Burgess was first with 3,900 and Carol Martin was second with 3,510.
Stan Modrell opened the Feb. 2 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and Pastor Tom Helmick offered the prayer. Darlene West was the winner of the free dinner drawing. 86 meals were served at the site and 36 hot and 44 frozen meals were home delivered. There were no guests this day. Pinochle Winners: Eileen Hazelbaker was first and Dolores Kindall was second. The Board meeting of the Senior Center will be Feb. 13 at 9 a.m.
Menu for Feb. 9th: Salisbury Steak w/Brown Gravy, Parslied Red Potatoes, Coleslaw, Peaches and Roll.
Menu for Feb. 12th: Chili or Stew, California Blend Vegetables, Salad, Corn Bread, Canned Apples.
Menu for Feb. 14th: Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Cauliflower/Pea Salad, Cherry Cobbler and Roll.
Pioneer Senior Citizens
The Pioneer Senior Citizens met Tuesday, Jan. 30. Larry Clark led the dinner prayer.
There were 56 meals served with 30 takeouts.
Ed Wassmuth won the free dinner.
Larry Clark, Diane Funke, Agnes Forsman and Eileen Hazelbaker each shared a joke with the group.
Agnes Forsman won both the
nickel Bingo pot and the blackout while Donna Barnett won BING.
Door prize winners were Mary Kuther, Carol Altman, Dick Uptmor, Ella Schaeffer and Andy Riener. Prizes were donated by Mary Purdy.
Seniors wanting to go to Lewiston to shop or to doctor’s appointments and don’t want to drive, call Coast driver Katie Manifold at 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 p.m.
Menu for Feb. 13
Baked Salmon, Dill Sauce, Broccoli & Cauliflower, Brown Rice, German Chocolate Cake.
To order meals delivered, call City Hall at 208-962-3231.