As of Tuesday, January 30, 2018
COTTONWOOD Dog Bark Park was recently ranked as the most unique bed and breakfast in Idaho by Hospitality Management Degrees. Owners, Frances Conklin and Dennis Sullivan, said they were honored and humbled by the honor. They are happy to bring widespread media exposure to Idaho as a travel destination to far-flung travelers, even international travelers.
The Dog Bark Park Inn is a delightfully wacky way to spend the night “in the doghouse.” The dog-shaped structure was built 20 years ago. The single, two-story room in this unique bed and breakfast can sleep four and has games, WiFi, and a minibar stocked with free gourmet snacks. The included breakfast features the owners’ signature homemade granola and fresh local foods. Carvings of every imaginable dog breed, made by the owners, are available for purchase, and, yes, well-behaved dogs are welcome. Check out the web site: dogbarkpark.com.
Summit Academy kindergarten class has finished their baby bottle campaign. They raised more than $1,000 for the Hope Center in Grangeville. The 7/8 class won with more than $300.
March 9 is the date set for the annual Lincoln Day Dinner which will be held at Greencreek Community Hall. The event starts with a 5 p.m. social hour and silent auction, dinner at 6 p.m., and a forum for the five candidates for lieutenant governor at 7 p.m. Candidates for state and local offices will also be introduced.
The event is sponsored by the Republican Central Committees for Idaho and Lewis counties. Tickets are $25 per person. Contact any member of the committees, Patricia Menough at 208-983-4392 or Marge Arnzen at 208-816-2521 or Donna Wassmuth at 208-962-3561.
Don Munkers of Cottonwood is leading free Tai Chi classes at the Cottonwood Community Hall on Mondays at 6 p.m., and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Classes last one hour. All ages are welcome to attend either one or both nights and can join the group at any time. Contact Don at 208-553-5664.