Please join Summit Academy for a night that’s “Out of This World” at this year’s Mystery Night Fundraiser to be held on Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Greencreek Hall. The stars will align for one lucky ticket holder to be the grand prize winner of $10,000, redeemable at any of our stellar sponsors:
My Sweet 16 quote for this week is “When life gives you a Monday, dip it in glitter and sparkle all day long.”
It is crazy quiet here. One of the biggest events of the summer will happen the first week in September. Kamiah’s Barbecue Days. If you wish to have a booth or participate in any of the events, contact the Kamiah Chamber of Commerce to sign up in advance. Don’t miss out on being able to take part in one or more of this event’s many activities.
More Elk City Days event reports…this time from the horseshoe competition. Dan Farber and Gary Carpentier took 1st place; Adam Perry and Jasper Thompson, in 2nd place; Kim Holmes and Kevin Schmidt came in 3rd place. Anita and crew would like to thank everyone who participated and cheered them on. She said that “it was great fun.”
•GRANGEVILLE – Without making a formal motion, District 241 School Board agreed to participate in the School to Work program at their meeting Aug. 19. The board heard a presentation about the program from Laurie Moyer.
Summer reading was a popular activity for the children of Elk City. Twenty kids participated in the “BINGO!! Readers are winners!” summer reading program. Three blackouts and five near blackouts brought $15 Amazon Bucks to these winners.
Hope everyone made it to the fair, there were a lot of things to eat, view and, of course, all the blood, sweat and tears that our youth put into their projects. Congratulations to all of you, including the leaders.
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Prairie Pulse Life on the prairie by Cottonwood resident Laurie Chapman
About 33 children participated in the annual Jakes Day event, Sunday, Aug. 14, at the Camas Prairie Bowmen's range, which emphasizes outdoor activities safety and education. Children age six to 14 also learned skills in archery, trapshooting, turkey calling, survival skills and spin casting.
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WHITE BIRD — The dog days of summer are upon us, fair is this week, Aug. 17 – 20, so if you are looking for a place to go for a short drive, Cottonwood, go support the kids. They work hard all year, and could use some support, even a friendly word or face in the crowd is all they need.
It’s Fair week in Cottonwood. It should be a great fair. The weather is supposed to be good and maybe not too hot. Good luck to all 4-H’ers with their projects.
RIGGINS — My Sweet 16 quote for this week ““Once a mom always a mom…No matter how grown the kids are, they will always be precious babies in mom’s eyes.”
Another fantastic Elk City Days in on the books now. Rest up a week and start planning for next year! HA! Jackie Mackie did a fantastic job of announcing the Kids Parade.