Cottonwood Senior Citizens; DAR, Alice Whitman Chapter; Grangeville Senior Citizens.
The Hold Your Horses 4-H Club Senior horse bowl team came away in second place at the 2015 District 4-H Horse Bowl Contest held Saturday, April 11th in Moscow, Idaho.
On Sunday, April 12, the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lyons-Dahl Post #5407 of Kamiah presented their annual sausage breakfast fund-raiser at the post home in Kamiah.
On March 11, 14 members of the Big Cedar Homemakers club met at Judy Daugherty’s house with one guest, Lori Counts. The group chose Sept. 18 as the date of this year’s Navajo Taco Feed. Jo Hinds and Irene Finehout are in charge of entertainment this year. If you would like to participate, contact Irene at 926-4783.
At the March meeting, the club decided to operate in the June ARRL Field Day from the Kamiah City Park. Bob West presented the Field Day plans at the city council meeting on March 25th. The city council voted to waive the park fees and to declare the week of June 21 - 27 as amateur radio week in Kamiah.
Agnes Forsman opened the March 31 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and Gail Hart led the dinner prayer.
On March 23, Crazy Critters 4-H meeting began at 6 p.m. Our attendance for the evening was nine members, three leaders and two visitors.
The Rough Riders 4-H Club held their third meeting on March 18. We had 5 birthdays. We are still looking for ideas for the trail class at the horse show.
This and That 4-H Club held its last meeting on March 11 at the Super 8. The major upcoming event will be the annual 4-H party to be held April 18 at the Cottonwood Community Hall.
Agnes Hill opened the March 10 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and Gail Hart led the dinner prayer. Guests this week were Linda Wyman and Penny Wilhelm from Senior Medicare Patrol.
Dolores VonBargen opened the March 3 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and also led the dinner prayer. Guests this week were Mike Schumacher and his caregiver, Kathy Beauchamp. There were 43 dinners served with 12 takeouts and six frozen dinners. Edna Forseth won the free dinner.
The Feb. 9 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Alta Clark and the prayer was given by Jim Myers. The free dinner came to Cory Stowers. There were 70 meals and 30 takeout meals served. Nickel bingo winner was Roberta Gibbs and blackout winners were Alta Clark and Mary Purdy.
3 Rivers Amateur Radio Club: Elections for president and treasurer were conducted at the January meeting. Ken Tuning - KT7KEN was elected president and Brian Davis - AB7ID was re-elected treasurer...
Dolores VonBargen opened the Jan. 27 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and also led the dinner prayer.
Dolores VonBargen opened the Jan. 20 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance. Joyce Forsmann led the dinner prayer. Guests were Jim and Donna Barnett who came to eat and visit with us all. Glad to see them. There were 42 dinners served with 11 takeouts. Irene Terhaar won the free dinner.