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.
Idaho County Genealogical Society The Idaho County Genealogical Society met at the Grangeville City Hall on Feb. 13. New officers for the coming year are president, Myrna DeHaas; vice president, Toni Baker; secretary, Jeannie Hafer, and treasurer, Jeannette Lester. Dorothy Eimers gave a hands-on program on getting acquainted with the resources and equipment that is available for research in the genealogy library room. The program committee has outlined a number of interesting programs for the coming year. If you are interested in tracing your family tree, mapping your family medical history (Epigenetics), visiting old cemeteries or touring museums, then you are urged to join us. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. in the Grangeville City Hall. Cottonwood Senior Citizens Dolores G. Seubert opened the Feb. 18 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and Joyce Forsmann gave the dinner prayer. Guests were Chuck Arnzen from Grangeville and Gail Hart and Edna Forseth. There were 50 meals served with 15 takeouts. Donna Barnett won the free dinner. Katie Remacle and Donna Barnett were this week’s joke tellers. Judy Arledge and Hilda Nuttman split the nickel bingo pot while Delores Kindall won the blackout. Door prizes were won by Mary Purdy, Hilda Nuttman, Sylvia Forsmann, Dolores VonBargen, Ron Sonnen and Gen Broker. Menu for March 4: Cook’s Choice.
Cottonwood Senior Citizens Dolores G. Seubert opened the Feb. 11 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and Larry Clark gave the dinner prayer. There were no guests this week. There were 49 meals served with 17 takeouts. Dixie Sharrard won the free dinner. Grangeville Senior Citizens The Feb. 10 meeting was opened by Stan Modrell leading the Pledge of Allegiance. The prayer was given by Alice Rickman. The free dinner came to Carol Asker. There were 56 meals served with 34 takeouts...
Sandra Reilly, local TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) member, is on a mission to reach her goal weight in 20l4.
Grangeville Elementary Middle School eighth grader Julia Heath prepares to serve the ball to Asotin Tuesday, Feb. 4, at GEMS. The next seventh-eighth grade home match is set for Monday, Feb. 24, 4 p.m. in the new gym, against Nezperce and Summit.
Dolores G. Seubert opened the Feb. 4 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and also gave the dinner prayer.
The Feb. 7 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stan Modrell and the prayer by Tom Helmich.
Grangeville Centennial Library will participate in the Let’s Talk About It program sponsored by the Idaho Commission for Libraries.
Ron Sonnen won the free dinner.
The first meeting of the Crazy Critters 4-H Club was held Monday, Jan. 27, at 6 p.m.
Jan. 27 meeting was opened by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stanley Modrell and the prayer by Larry Clark.
The Grangeville Lions Club requested and received authorization from the Grangeville City Council to name the kids’ playground area at Lions Park in honor of the late Dick Newby.
Dolores G. Seubert opened the Jan. 21 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Jerry Wren gave the dinner prayer. Mary Ann Kuther brought Denise Schacher from Ferdinand to our meal site this week. There were 64 meals served with 15 takeouts. Eileen Hazelbaker won the free dinner.
Sessions open to community
Trinity Lutheran Church in Grangeville has a variety of on-going programs. Included are the following: