Dolores G. Seubert opened the April 15 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance. She also gave the dinner prayer. Guest this week was Alta Clark of Grangeville. There were 45 meals served with 19 takeouts. Dina Nuxoll won the free dinner.
Rough Riders 4-H Club met Wednesday, April 16 at GEMS. Those present were Rachel, Kortney, Kayla, Bella, Hailey, Emmy, Iseyda, Madison and Colby as well as leaders Debbie and Lisa and parents Lorie, Melissa and Amanda.
On April 18, 12 members of Hold Your Horses went to Grangeville Health & Rehab for community service. These talented youth sang, danced, played the piano, flute, fiddle and bass clarinet and also recited poetry.
The April 21 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stanley Modrell and the prayer was given by Shirley Crane. A guest was Judge John Bradbury. Doreen Endsley got the free dinner. There were 67 meals and 42 takeout meals served.
The Hold Your Horses 4-H Club Senior horse bowl team came away the winners of the 2014 District 4-H Horse Bowl Contest held Saturday, April 12, in Coeur d’Alene. The Hold Your Horses 4-H Club Junior Team placed second in its age division.
Dolores G. Seubert opened the April 8 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance. Mariel Arnzen gave the dinner prayer. There were no guests this week. There were 40 meals served with 14 takeouts. Norma Schumacher won the free dinner.
District Horse Bowl was a success!
This and That 4-H Club held their monthly meeting Monday, April 7, at the Super 8 Motel. Many exciting events are in the works!
The March 24 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stan Modrell and the prayer by Shirley Crane. Guest was Charlie Gibbs and the free dinner came to Charlie Gibbs. There were 51 meals and 32 takeout meals served. Jokes were told by Larry Clark and Dennis Long.
At the April meeting we will be making final plans for the Riggins Jet Boat Races coming up on April 18-20. Everyone should bring their radios and program the frequencies we will be using for the safety communications for the race. One ham for each safety boat as well as several on shore duty are needed.
Dolores G. Seubert opened the March 25 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and Larry Clark gave the dinner prayer. Guests were birthday guests as well as the Old-Time Fiddlers who played for all of us. There were 65 meals served with 14 takeouts. Edna Forseth won the free dinner.
The third meeting of the Crazy Critters 4-H Club was held Monday, March 17, at the Thanstrom residence. There were 11 members and six visitors present. At the meeting the club game for the Idaho County 4-H Party which will be held at the Cottonwood Community Hall on April 12, and plans for 4-H week, were finalized.
President Rachel Kelley called the meeting to order at 6:05 p.m. at the GEMS Community Room. Those present were Rachel, Kortney Sims, Kayla Creutzberg, Micaela Farris, Emmy Williams, Macenzie Farris, Colby Canaday, Iseyda LaCombe, Bella Klapprich and Hailey Russell. Emmy led the Pledge of Allegiance and Kortney led the 4-H Pledge.
Central Idaho Art Association’s (CIAA) 47th Annual Spring Show is set for April 30 and May 1- 3. The show is hosted by the Bicentennial Historical Museum located at 305 N College, Grangeville, the show will be held in their basement level gallery.
At the February meeting there was a discussion of what local areas that either can’t communicate or have difficulty communicating. Ways to communicate with areas such as Elk City were discussed.