July 23, 2014
July 23, 2014
Pictured is the recent class photo for most of the students and staff for the Goju Shorei Karate Klub.
The Triple Bar Drill Team’s annual O-Mok-See is set for this Sunday, July 27, at the Grangeville Border Days Arena. Sign-ups start at 8:30 a.m. with events beginning at 9 a.m. This is open to all ages with cost at $4 an event or $20 for the day. Ribbons and trophies will be given out for winners in a variety of gaming events.
Friends and relatives of the Collins family from the Stites and Harpster areas are invited to join in for a potluck lunch at noon at Spalding Park near Lapwai. For information call Connie Collins McLeod at 509-751-9722 or Karen Collins Teft at 983-0565.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game is calling for youth ages 9-17 to participate in a 3-day (Aug. 11-13) workshop/camp to learn about chinook salmon life history and issues impacting their survival in the Clearwater River drainage.
The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a community yard sale Saturday, Aug. 9, 7 a.m.-1 p.m., at the Idaho County Courthouse located at 320 West Main Street, Grangeville. This will be open to the community.
Klarey Ewing, Driana Linabary and Alysan Hansen, leaders of a girls’ discipleship group, will share about the group at Encouragers’ 11:30 a.m. luncheon Thursday, July 24, at Oscar’s Restaurant.
Community assistance is sought in providing donations of school supplies, which will be distributed to families in need.
A look at the history of Idaho County.
White Bird News
I’m writing this week, just to make sure that everyone knows that White Bird is still here. There hasn’t been a whole lot going on.
Elk City News
Dixie Days are Aug. 2 and 3. Begin your day on Saturday with fresh baked goodies starting at 9 a.m. There will be a silent auction so if you have something to donate call the number below.
It will be sizzling in Riggins this weekend at the 22nd Annual Hot Summer Nights 2014, “Spinning with the Stars & Cars,” at the Riggins City Park!
Kooskia, Kamiah News
There have been several large events this week, and it is as if everyone wants to take a week or so off before we start again. The Wagon Road Celebration was a great success, and the Friends of the Wagon Road would like to thank all who helped and especially all who braved the heat to participate. The Relay for Life exceeded their expectations and has set the mark they must meet or beat next year.