Fun, visiting, food and business were all part of Pine Tree Community Credit Union’s annual meeting held Saturday, Jan. 28.
Thanks to Cozy Care Daycare that recently provided two microwaves for use in the Grangeville Elementary Middle School so kids can microwave food in the lunchroom. Great idea!
Who wants to go out in this weather to go eat or get groceries. Your car is broken down and you need parts. You have a prescription ready but are too sick to pick it up. All you need to do is call Come On Delivery and they will bring whatever you need right to your door. Starting this week, Come On Delivery will be serving Cottonwood and the surrounding area. They will be available from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m., seven days a week. In-town delivery charge will be $5 and include .50/mile for out-of-town deliveries.
A love of cooking handed down from a grandmother inspired a Cottonwood woman to embark on a new business venture. Veronica Johnson opened C’est la V’s to the public in the Duman Mini Mall Monday, Jan. 30.
St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley hospital and clinics recently welcomes Dr. Karin Schmidova who will offer general surgical services to the facilities.
Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach has a list of 12 enrichment classes for this spring. Included is the Wednesday, Feb. 15, “PowerPoint 2013” class instructed by Dale Brege and held at the Grangeville computer lab. This is set to be held 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. with a cost of $35. Call coordinator Carla Nuxoll Wilkins at 983-2164 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anderson Aeromotive of Grangeville was noted in the February issue of AOPA Pilot magazine for its role in the restoration of a B-29 Superfortress named “Doc.”
ACE Home Center in Grangeville is a hopping place of activity, and that will be especially true Friday, Feb. 10.
Seven move on to state level
On Jan. 20, 10 Grangeville High School students traveled to Lewiston to participate in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Regional Competition for districts 1 and 2 at Lewis-Clark State College.
Peanut party set for Saturday in Keuterville; NRA banquet to be held Feb. 10
Don’t forget, the NRA Banquet and Fund-raiser is set for Friday, Feb. 10, at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville...
This year it will provide a interactive white board
Kids Klub, Inc., in Grangeville recently received a grant in the amount of $4,000 from Umpqua Bank and its Community Giving grant program.
A good price and good service that’s easily competitive with what the “big boys” offer. But that’s how neighbors treat neighbors.
“I’ve only been in office a week, so I can’t report a whole lot,” laughed Denis Duman of Cottonwood. He is the newly elected District 3 Idaho County Commissioner. Duman spoke to a crowd of 23 people at the Grangeville Chamber of Commerce quarterly meeting held Jan. 18, at Oscar’s Restaurant.
“We could not have done this without the wonderful support from the community and so many others,” said Idaho County Veterans Outreach and Community Center director Jinny Cash. Cash spoke to attendees at the quarterly Grangeville Chamber of Commerce meeting Jan. 18.
Have plans for Saturday evening? Shirley’s Dance Studio, Grangeville area dancers, will present their winter recital this Saturday, Jan. 28, 4 p.m., at Grangeville High School. It’s always a fun time to see dancers ages 3 on up to adults in beautiful costumes who have been working hard since August. It’s also free admission, so come on out and support these local kiddos.