Updated July 1, 2004
Greencreek Celebration is Sunday
The annual Greencreek 4th of July Celebration is slated for this Sunday, July 4, starting at 6 a.m. with a flag raising ceremony. . . .
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Monastery is awarded grant
St. Gertrude’s Monastery is one of several organizations recently awarded a grant by Foundation Northwest, the Community Foundation. . . .
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Clinics promote CHIP B enrollment
Each of the medical clinics associated with St. Mary’s Hospital and Clearwater Valley Hospital are promoting enrollment in the state’s CHIP B or Children’s Health Insurance Program B.  It provides medical insurance for children who are currently uninsured. . . .
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Local company reaches milestone
Sleeping Bear Soaps & Sundries is pleased to announce a new milestone.  For the first time in company history, Sleeping Bear Soap's sales order weights and volumes required shipment via over the road truck freight line service. . . .
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Center For Discovery keeps busy
Last Wednesday 33 very hot kids loaded the bus to enjoy and afternoon at the Grangeville Pool.  This event was sponsored by the Center For Discovery.  After the bus returned with all 33 kids,  several of the girls spent the night for the 4th annual girls slumber party. . . .
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Library launches Summer Reading Program
Join us this summer as we explore trails of all kinds through programs, books and activities at the Prairie Community Library. . . .
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Summit releases Elementary honor roll; 6 earn presidential fitness status
Fourth quarter honor roll students were announced by Summit Academy officials last week, with twelve students making the 93% minimum A-grade average. . . .
Six students from Summit Academy scored high enough in 5 events to qualify for Presidential Physical Fitness status, a program designed and implemented each year to challenge the nation’s youth to upgrade their physical condition. . . .
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Kelby Wilson, left, has been appointed by Senator Larry Craig to be Idaho's Senate Page this summer. He is shown with Idaho Congressman C.L. "Butch" Otter.

Eva Taylor celebrated her 102nd birthday last Wednesday at the Royale Cafe in Cottonwood with family and friends. Eva still lives in the Salmon River area.

The Center For Discovery girls held a slumber party last week.

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