October 11, 2017
October 11, 2017
October 11, 2017
October 11, 2017
My quote of the week is “Life is better when you cry a little, laugh a lot, and are thankful for everything you have.” The Idaho Old Time Fiddlers State Jam Session is this weekend, Friday, Oct. 13, and Saturday, Oct. 14, at Hoot’s Cafe in White Bird. They will be jamming and dancing both days; join the free event for good music, great dancing and lots of fun.
Well, it’s that time of year to get scared (or scare someone else) by attending the ‘Halloween Hall of Horrors” at the school on Friday night, Oct. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m., or Saturday night, Oct. 28, from 4 to 8 p.m.
(L-R) Clearwater Valley High School athletic director Kolby Krieger is pictured here with Tom Sherry of KREM 2 News in Spokane and Bill Finnan. CVHS was the recipient of a Tom’s Tailgate pre-game party Friday, Oct. 6. About 100 people turned out for the tailgate party and KREM 2 donated $222 to Clearwater Valley schools.
Remember the Old Time Fiddles will be at Hoot’s Café Oct. 13 and 14, all day for the weekend. The Annual Halloween Party is Saturday, Oct. 21, from 6-8 p.m. Darla Brumley is heading this party up and it should be a great time again as always! This is early this year and is fast approaching so get those costumes ready and let’s have some fun!
Lauren Paterson has just opened a great new business in Kamiah called Muse Media at 410 Main Street (between the post office and the Hub) She combines her experience and education in art, journalism and technology to offer digital media support to small businesses, non-profits and everyday people to help them connect to the larger world. I stopped in to meet her last week and found her easy to talk to and bubbling over with creativity in sharing the types of digital solutions her business offers.
There’s a nip in the air and the leaves are changing. The children in Lowell are picking out their Halloween costumes to be ready for the big day. KREM 2 and Tom’s Tailgate came to Clearwater Valley High School football game in Kooskia. Tom’s such a nice guy and it was a great experience for all the students and players. Speaking of football, Mike Smith Sr., Marty, Dani, and Max Smith all attended a Vandal game last week in Moscow. They had great seats and a great time, too!
The drawing for the hot rod at Summit Academy took place Saturday, Oct. 7, and the winner issss, Jason Vogel of Lewiston. Congratulation, Jason! Have fun with that car. Local artist Eric Wassmuth has some of his metal artwork on display at the Center for Arts and History at 415 Main St. in Lewiston. The art show and sale is for local steampunk artists. They are calling it “The Reclaimed Revolution.” It will be on display until Oct. 26.
Idaho Force All Stars cheerleading will host two Halloween parties Saturday, Oct. 21, both at the Elks Lodge.
Oct. 2 – pledge, Roy Powell; prayer, Barbara Essen; free dinner, Deb Manning; meals at site: 86 with 39 hot home-deliveries; pinochle winners: 1, Nancy Winkler, 5540, 2, Barbara Henderson, 5290.
A group of residents at Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation (GHR) will be a little warmer this winter, thanks in part to Grangeville High School senior Mikayla Ruzicka. Ruzicka helped nine residents make fleece blankets as part of her senior project. “I had a car wash to raise money for the fleece this summer, and then the residents helped tie the blankets,” she said.
The second lecture in the Historical Museum of St. Gertrude October lecture series will be presented this Thursday, Oct. 12, 7 p.m., by Alex McGregor. His presentation is “Merchants, Mule Packers, A Rugged Path to Success: The Mullan Road, 1860-1883.”
As part of her senior project, Grangeville High School varsity soccer player Brenda Gomez will host a soccer camp Friday, Nov. 10, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Grangeville Elementary Middle School. The camp is for students who are in public, private or home-school in kindergarten through fourth grade. Signups for the camp will be this Thursday. Oct. 12, 5:30 p.m., in the GHS Library. Cost is $25 which includes a T-shirt. For questions or for those unable to sign up on the 12th, call Gomez at 208-702-2339.
As part of her senior project, Grangeville High School varsity soccer player Brenda Gomez will host a soccer camp Friday, Nov. 10, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Grangeville Elementary Middle School. The camp is for students who are in public, private or home-school in kindergarten through fourth grade.
AWANA Kid’s Club is a nondenominational Christ centered organization where children learn the basics of the Bible, play games, and have other activities each week. Some interest has been expressed for a simultaneous adult Bible study, which would be targeted at, but not exclusive to, parents of the AWANA kids.
A book sale is set for Saturday, Oct. 14. Doors will open for the sale at the Kooskia Community Center and will offer used books of all kinds, as well as CDs and DVDs, at bargain prices. Fictional books are in alphabetical order by author, non-fiction books are sorted by category
- Lonesome was our very own Hollywood star
- Riggins helicopter company to the rescue
- Rowland tireless in community efforts
- Finding the spirit of the Prairie Pulse
- Golden not altogether lost, as thought
- Booze and a blaze: Cottonwood's Main Street history
- Hard work evident, valuable experience
- Building memories, skill at the fair
- Don’t forget money for a burger at the fair
- Scorchy Makes A New Friend
- Kooskia City Park Splash Pad Dedication
- Lochsa River Madness event 2013: Thrill and Spill
- Lochsa River Madness event 2013: Rapids Success
- 2017 Kyle Petty Charity Ride visits Kooskia
- GHS Jazz Band May 8 2017 Pops concert
- GHS Varsity Blue The Lion Sleeps Tonight
- GHS Varsity Blue Mah-Na Mah-Na March 21, 2017
- GHS Jazz Ensemble March 21, 2017 with Jamming with Charlie
- What NOT to give this Valentine's Day