The Elk City VFW Auxiliary Post No. 8311 gave $25 scholarships to several members of the Elk City 4-H Club. Pictured are (L-R) treasurer Nancy Smart, 4-H members Kathryn Merten, Sarah Merten and Jessica Boyd, and president Cocoa Anderson.
Fifteen members of the Big Cedar Homemakers met Aug. 10 at the Big Cedar Schoolhouse to finalize plans for their annual Navajo Taco Feed. The proceeds from this event are used for the maintenance and improvements of the Big Cedar School building, combination storage shed and the pavilion. Last year these funds helped with rewiring costs.
Three members of the Lively Livestock 4-H Club participated in a summer 4-H project they will not soon forget.
Brown Bag historical presentations continue each Wednesday through September in Grangeville. Programs are held at the Bicentennial Historical Museum, 305 N. College, Grangeville, noon to 1 p.m. All are invited to these free events and are encouraged to bring along a “brown bag” lunch. Today, Wednesday, Aug. 31, Clyde Hanson will present “H. Talbotte of Florence.” Research was by Pam Northcutt. Next week, Idaho County Sheriff Detective Lt. Jerry Johnson will present the program “Interesting Past Cases.”
Six Grangeville firefighters were recently recognized at a department function.
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Members of Grangeville American Legion Post 37 recently visited Wayne MacGregor at his home in Grangeville to present him with a certificate honoring his 70 continuous years of membership in the American Legion. Making the presentation were Don Owen, Post Commander, Dick Seay, John Nida, Adjutant and Morris Bentley, Service Officer.
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