Jan. 9 – pledge, Stanley Modrell; prayer
Representatives of Pine Tree Credit Union in Grangeville presented a $4,832 check to volunteers with the Camas Prairie Food Bank. Funds were raised through the second annual food drive – sponsored by the credit union and Bud’s Powersports that matched $3 with every dollar donated.
The American Red Cross reported a great turnout for its blood drive in Grangeville last Thursday, Jan. 6, held at the Idaho National Guard Armory, with 68 donors generating 60 units.
Border Days Royalty earned $136 through hot cocoa donations at the Winter Magic Tree lighting event for 2016 at Pioneer Park. Money was donated to the Camas Prairie Food Bank. Pictured (L-R) are food bank volunteer Carol Schmidt, Border Days Princess Micaela Farris, food bank volunteer Bonnie Austin and Border Days Queen Rachael Stevens.
On Dec. 14, 10 members of the Big Cedar Homemakers met for their annual Christmas meeting at Lorna Olsen’s home with Denise Troumbley as co-hostess. Club president, Lynne Anderberg, presided over the last meeting of the year. Members each shared a fond memory from years past.
Dec. 19 – pledge, Stanley Modrell; prayer, Tom Helmick; free dinner, Claire Satre; meals at site: 50 with 33 home-deliveries; guests: Ashley Reuter and Nathan Reuter.
The Elk City Veteran of Foreign Wars, Wilderness Post 8311, Auxiliary Annual Scholarship Application Packet is now available from the Counselors at the Grangeville or Clearwater Valley high schools or from the auxiliary representative.
Rough Riders 4-H Club held its Christmas party Sunday evening, Dec. 11.
Dec. 12 – pledge, Stanley Modrell; prayer, Shirley Crane; free dinner, Kathy Straw
Dolores VonBargen opened the Dec. 6 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance
Clearwater Valley Aero Club will host a Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 17, 3 p.m., at the Kamiah Airport Hangar, 121 Airport Road.
Seniors and others from throughout the region were treated to a special Christmas luncheon at Grangeville Senior Citizens Center Friday, Dec. 2.
A group of individuals met in Grangeville on Oct. 13 to discuss opportunities related to developing business around brewing beer and/or distilling spirits.
ELK CITY - This week, look for boxes seeking items from a list of needs for our soldiers in Iraq. Donations can be dropped off at The Store or at the VFW Post. Monetary donations to help with postage will also be accepted. These supplies will be sent off to reach our troops through the month of December to show our support and boost morale of those who cannot be home for the holidays. The VFW Ladies Auxiliary heads up this program and be overseeing the mailing of packages.
The Monastery of St. Gertrude has some holiday events set: Silence the Christmas Noise: Advent Retreat will take place Dec. 1-18. Set aside a few days for calm, quiet Advent preparation this year. Register online at www.Spirit-Center.org or call 208-962-2000. Christmas Masses include: Christmas Eve caroling at 7 p.m., Eucharist at 7:30 p.m.; and Christmas Morning Eucharist at 11:30 a.m.