Updated April 8, 2004
Reminder--Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, April 10 at 10 a.m. at Cottonwood City Park.

Blood Drive set for April 14
A reminder again to all of you that the Red Cross Blood Drive that was scheduled for March 31 at the Cottonwood Hall, is going to be held on April 14 from 12 noon to 6 pm. . . .
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Hospitals receive folic acid for distribution
Beth Richardson, Clearwater County Infant Project, made arrangements with Idaho’s March of Dimes program to provide St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics with a case of folic acid to distribute, at no cost, for women preparing for pregnancy and for those early in their pregnancy. . . .
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Three honored at ceremony
Three Prairie High School juniors were honored at a Top Scholar program held at Grangeville Monday, April 5. . . .
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Pirates baseball schedule
With no games this past week due to spring break, all we have here this week is the schedule. . . .
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Lady Pirates split at Orofino Tournament; USA Volleyball team
The Prairie Lady Pirates split a pair of softball games at the Orofino Tournament March 26. . . .
The Prairie Dawgs USA under 17 volleyball team competes. . . .
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Track Schedule
Same as for the baseball team, no competitions in the past week, just the schedule here. . . .
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Summit Elementary basketball team action
Playing in Kamiah’s Invitational Tourney this past weekend, Summit Academy’s elementary school girls’ basketball team won two of their first three games, then lost a tough match to Kamiah sixth in the championship to finish the two day tourney with the Runner-up – second place tourney. . . .
With a 23 to 12 win over Craigmont in their final game of the season, Summit’s elementary school boys’ basketball team concluded a very successful 2003/2004 season with a record of 8 wins and 3 losses.  . . .
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Prairie High School has named its top scholars for the class of 2004. From left are Kari Schumacher and Matt Baerlocher, co-valedictorians, and Maureen Tacke, salutatorian.
The Easter Bunny guards his eggs in front of 'Friends.'

The poles on the Kuther Bldg. awning were decorated for Easter by Monica at A-1 Flowers & More.

Casey Meza, CEO, St. Mary's Hospital & Clinics, presented Idaho's First Lady Patricia Kempthorne a scrapbook featuring SMHC and Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics programs that serve area families and youth, including the school backpack program, free childhood immunizations, the Angel Tree, the Safe Sitter and Tar Wars programs.  Larry Barker, CVHC Business Manager looks on.

Beth Richardson, Pregnancy Wellness Coalition and Clearwater County Infant Project, gives Barb Michels, RN, St Mary's Hospital OB Coordinator a case of free Folic Acid which will be distributed by physicians at the clinic to women who are considering pregnancy and those in the beginning stages of pregnancy.  It was donated by the March of Dimes because folic acid helps prevent birth defects.

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