Community briefs - Sept. 20 2017

Contributed photo (L-R) Incoming Border Days Princess Bella Klapprich and Queen Micaela Farris.

Chronic Disease Self-Management class set to begin Sept. 26

GRANGEVILLE — The Partnership for Healthy Communities in conjunction with CHAS is offering the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program at no charge. It is open to anyone with a chronic condition and will be on Tuesdays, Sept. 26- Oct. 31, 9:30 a.m.- noon at Real Life next to The Gym. Call Renee Stevens at 208-507-1687 or Maja Legerwood at 208-315-2797 to register for the class.

Mid-week Bible study to begin at Methodist church Sept. 27

GRANGEVILLE — Pastor Ryan Campbell, Grangeville United Methodist Church, 404 W. Main Street, invites the community to join in on a Wednesday evening Bible study starting Sept. 27 at 6 p.m.

“A mid-week recharge will be beneficial to our ministry and fellowship while digging into the Word is a great way to do that,” he said. “We will begin with a study on the spiritual gifts: I have a simple program to help understand the gifts, themselves, and how to identify which ones we have been given and how we can use them.”

Everyone is welcome to attend. Bring Bibles and come with open minds and open hearts.

Clearwater Meal Center luncheon set for Sept. 20

CLEARWATER – The Clearwater Meal Center’s next luncheon is set for Wednesday, Sept. 20, noon. Meals are served the first and third Wednesdays of each month at the Clearwater Baptist Church. No charge for the luncheon, $5 donation appreciated when possible. All are welcome. Call 926-7776.

American Legion holding food drive for Camas Prairie Food Bank GRANGEVILLE — Grangeville American Legion Post 37 is conducting a food drive for the Camas Prairie Food Bank on Sunday, Sept. 24, at Asker’s Harvest Foods and Cash and Carry Market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donations of food and cash will be accepted to help our local Food Bank serve neighbors in need. Cash or food donations for the food bank may also be dropped off at the Idaho County Veterans and Community Outreach Center at 318 E. Main. Contact Katrina Bentley at 208-827-2476.

Square dance lessons to begin Oct. 14 at CVMS in Kooskia KOOSKIA – Mountain Dewers Square and Round Dance Club will begin square dance lessons Oct. 14, 6 p.m., at Clearwater Valley Middle School. For details call Sylvia at 208-935-7570 or e-mail

Art walk, sale set for Sept. 30

GRANGEVILLE — The Salmon River Art Guild and Central Idaho Art Association will have an art walk and sale in conjunction with the bi-annual Quilt Walk, put on by Home Grown Quilts, during Grangeville Oktoberfest.

This is set for Saturday; Sept. 30, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at The Gallery, 107 W. North Street, and Holes Mini Mall, 213 W. Main St.

Border Days Royalty coronation, dinner set for Sept. 30

GRANGEVILLE — Grangeville Border Days Royalty Coronation, Silent Auction and Benefit Dinner is set for Saturday, Sept. 30, 5 p.m., Grangeville Gun Club, as queen Micaela Farris and princess Bella Klapprich enter their royalty reign.

The event is hosted by mother of the queen Amy Sue Aiken-Farris and Border Days Royalty Advisor Anna Wren. Cost is $20 person; limited to 110.

Purchase tickets now from royalty or call Amy at 983-1131.

Proceeds will help with clothing, travel and appearance costs for Border Days Royalty throughout their year.

Methodist children’s church to start Sunday, Oct. 1 GRANGEVILLE — The Grangeville United Methodist Church is starting a Sunday Children’s Church beginning Sunday, Oct. 1, from 11 a.m. to noon. It is offered to children in grades K-5. All children in the community are invited to join for faith, fun, and fellowship.

Community breakfast set for Sept. 27 at St. Catherine’s

KAMIAH — The free monthly community breakfast at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 27, from 8:30-10 a.m. Breakfasts are held every month on the last Wednesday of each month. St. Catherine’s Catholic Church is located at 7th and Idaho streets in Kamiah. The breakfast this month will be biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, coffee, orange juice, friendly faces and conversation.

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