The annual Craigmont June Picnic is set for this weekend, June 24-26. Friday, June 24, starts with the horseshoe tournament at city park at 3 p.m.
Clearwater Valley Roundup Association (CVRA) hosted a royalty luncheon following the CVRA parade, prior to the rodeo, Sunday, June 19. Queen Jade Paul and Princess Shelbie Miller welcomed visiting royalty members. The group is pictured here outside the CVRA/Gold Trail Wranglers concession and meeting room at the rodeo grounds in Kamiah.
Clearwater Valley Round-up Association will host its rodeo this weekend, June 18 and 19. Leading the rodeos and parade will be Queen Jade Paul and Princess Shelbie Miller.
•WHITE BIRD – LaVern and Edith Keeler have not missed a date with the White Bird Rodeo for the past 12 years. They will preside as the festival’s grand marshals.
The Distinguished Young Woman of the Camas Prairie event was held in Grangeville Saturday, June 11.
For those out of town folks who may not know, Rick Henry was badly burned in a house fire. He also lost several pets and horses. Please pray for him.
am relisting a bit of the information on the CVRA Rodeo which will start this weekend. Go to the website for a complete information or the Kamiah Chamber of Commerce information page. Please support activities of groups in our area.
My sweet ’16 quote of the week is “A word of encouragement during a tough time is worth far more than an hour of praise after a success.” Happy Father’s Day to all you dads and granddads! This Sunday, June 19, is Father’s Day. Remember fathers and grandfathers, regardless how tall your children and grandchildren grow, they still look up to you!
2016 White Bird Rodeo Queen Bella Klapprich: ‘I enjoy being an inspiration’ -- Klapprich’s mom, aunt each served as queens
“Being royalty means building confidence in not only in myself but for all the little cowgirls I meet along the way,” said Bella Klapprich. Klapprich is the 2016 White Bird Rodeo Queen.
•GRANGEVILLE – His loss was heartbreaking: two dogs dead and one nearly. Scott Richards of Grangeville last month witnessed the attack and aftermath of wolves attacking his hounds outside of Fish Creek Campground.
My Sweet 16 quote for this week is “Do what is right even when no one is looking; that’s called integrity.” A public information meeting about a resort tax will be held tonight, Wednesday, June 8, 6- 6:30 p.m., at the Riggins City Hall.
Thought I’d give you all an update on three major Forest Service decisions that will (not may) impact us: •DRAMVU – Designated Routes and Motor Vehicle Use on the Clearwater/Nez Perce National Forests. The forests will be all but closed to off-road motor vehicle use except on a limited number of miles of trails and roads.
Batten down the hatches and prepare to be Submerged! Join us for a week of exploring below the surface. Kids will begin their exploration each day on what lies below the surface in the deep sea by creating crafts, playing fun games, enjoying tasty snacks, singing cool songs, and learning about missions. Kids will discover that Jesus saw people for who they were deep down, not who they appeared to be on the surface.
Saturday, June 18, and Sunday, June 19, CVRA Rodeo invites you to attend a rodeo in our area at the rodeo grounds in Kamiah. Mark your calendar so as not to miss this. Lots more to do, visit their Facebook page for all the info. See next week’s paper for a full schedule. Kamiah Community Partners Coalition, Kamiah Fire Department and Kamiah Ambulance Services invite you to join in on Youthfest 2016, beginning 10 a.m. June 11.
“I am honored to have been chosen as your guest speaker,” Grangeville High School teacher and coach Pat Sullivan addressed an overfilled gymnasium at graduation Friday, May 27.