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Photo by David Rauzi

Eighteen members of the Victory Karate Klub provided a skills demonstration at the Eagles Hall in Grangeville last Thursday, Dec. 12. Victory Karate is a Christian-based martial arts school, which teaches Goju-Shorei Karate. Instructors are Judy Porter and Gary Porter. According to Judy, students are taught, “to build strength of character, to respect others, be honest, honorable, peaceful and responsible, and to be the best they can be.” For information call 983-0112. Pictured here are purple belt students (L-R) Tristan Yocum (foreground) and Nicholas Schiess.

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Photo by Lorie Palmer

Katelynn Smith of Grangeville sits atop Santa’s lap (Fred Smith) at the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene’s third annual Breakfast with Santa Saturday, Dec. 14. More than 70 kids and parents showed up to have breakfast, hear the Christmas story of the birth of Jesus Christ and sit on Santa’s lap and have photos taken.

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Photo by Contributed / Yolanda Stout

Yolanda Stout of Grangeville, owner of By The Grace of God Photography, recently snapped this photo of Annie the dog. Stout is available for pet and people photo shoots and can be contacted via Facebook or by calling 451-5531.

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Grangeville resident Rick Osborn caught a brilliant photo of a sunrise this month, looking east from the Pleasant Valley Apartments.

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Mike Perdue of Grangeville is seen here shoveling off a portion at Tolo Lake Sunday, Dec. 8, where his wife, Michelle Perdue, ice-skated. “It was a lovely day and great skating! I didn’t even need to stay in the shoveled off area because the whole lake was smooth under the ‘frost blossoms,’” Michelle said. Contributed photo / Michelle Perdue

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Photo by Contributed photo / Robyn Crosby

Girl Scouts from Troop 3702 (Grangeville) recently delivered food to the Camas Prairie Food Bank. The Girl Scouts food drive consisted of girls bringing a non-perishable food item to each meeting in November and December and charging an entry fee of a non-perishable food item to the Talent Show Dec. 2. The girls donated approximately 100 pounds of food to CPFB. The girls were inspired by a Sesame Street video clip (made possible through Upworthy -- http://www.upworthy.com/what-some-kids-do-because-theyre-hungry-i-have-no-words-6) which they watched at one of their meetings. The video covered the topic of childhood hunger. The Grangeville Girl Scouts Troop 3702 consists ...

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Photo by Lorie Palmer

Grangeville High School basketball cheerleaders (L-R) Jennifer Hodges, Ashley Bradley, Katelynn Robinson and Star Marsh were helping wrap gifts at the Eagles Kids Christmas Sale Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Eagles Hall in Grangeville.

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Photo by Contributed photo / Cindy Hall

Grangeville High School students of the month in November for character are (L-R) Alex Summers, Max Cawley (not pictured) Darby Finnegan and Katrina Frei.

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Photo by Lorie Palmer

Rough Riders 4-H Club held its Christmas party Sunday, Dec. 15, at the Idaho County Free Press. The group held a toy drive for Toys for Tots (pictured here). Group members are (back, L-R) Colby Canaday, Rachel Kelley, Kortney Sims, Bella Klapprich, Kayla Kreutzberg and Madison Suhr; (middle) Mackenzie Farris, Mikayla Farris and Hailey Russell; and (front) Iseyda LaCombe and Emmy Williams.

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