There’s a new face at Sts. Peter and Paul School (SPPS), but she’s definitely not a new face in Catholic education. SPPS welcomed Leslie McDaniel, 72, as its new principal this year. She is also teaching seventh and eighth grade social studies and science.
Sixteen Benedictine oblates and directors from four communities gathered at Spirit Center Aug. 26-28 for the fifth biannual gathering of the Northwest Region of the North American Association of Benedictine Oblate Directors (NAABOD). This was the first time the event took place at the Monastery of St. Gertrude.
The Gospel Lighthouse on Stite’s Main Street was host to the Parks Family Singers from Branson, Mo. The six-member family band presented a free concert at the church Sunday, Sept. 25, with more than 60 attendees.
The Encouragers will be hosts to Dick and Dee Lasse at the regular meeting this Thursday, Oct. 4, 11:30 a.m., at Oscar’s Restaurant. The Lasses have spent 40-plus years in ministry with the African Inland Mission in Africa and France.
There are individuals, high schools, colleges and professional sports teams who habitually win. They have learned how to win in various situations and conditions. They have learned how to take their talent and knowledge and make it produce winning results. Others seem to win occasionally but haven’t been able to reproduce the winning mojo habitually. Those are the kinds of sports teams I have been on.
Graf gives Christian message of repentance, forgiveness
Graced with beauty
Gonzaga choir to perform Sunday in Cottonwood
Grangeville Christian Church begins kids’ programs
FAITH-Briefs Sept. 7
“We talk about things most people think about but don’t usually talk about—things that you think about at the birth of a baby, when you stop to look at the stars, when a friend betrays you, in the face of mass murder or corrupt leadership. One man spent a year with the class simply because, he said, it gave him peace.”
Kooskia Days means it’s time again for the AWANA Grand Prix. For the sixth year, Valley Bible Church of Kooskia is sponsoring the event Aug. 5-6. Children ages 4 to 14 can build their cars from pre-cut pine blocks into the racer of their dreams with the help volunteers.
Local moms are invited to a Mom Fair Wednesday, Aug. 17, 10 a.m. to noon, at Real Life Grangeville, 1005 Highway 13. “This is a chance to connect with other moms and community resources,” explained Sarah Musick, organizer.
Cornerstone Christian Learning Center, an outreach of the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene, is now accepting registration for preschool and kindergarten for the 2016-17 school year. School starts Tuesday, Sept. 6. For information call Mary Bales at 899-2962 or 983-0029. Registration packets can also be picked up at the church, 515 W. N. 2nd Street.
Saturday, June 18, Trinity Lutheran Church will be host to guest speaker Rev. Dr. Gary Danielson, 9 a.m. to noon. All members of the congregation and interested guests are invited to attend.