Updated July 21, 2004
Hot lunch prices raised 5 cents
Della Gehring was sworn in as the newest member of the school board at the regular July meeting Monday, July 19. . . .
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Raspberry Festival plans are underway
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, ID, is preparing for its 12th Raspberry Festival on August 1, 2004. The Raspberry Festival is a family-focused, fun-filled day with a variety of activities and events for young and old. . . .
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Chamber of Commerce meets
The regular meeting of the Cottonwood Chamber was held Thursday, July 15.  An update was given on the web page which is being set up for the merchants of Cottonwood. . . .
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Father Schumacher retires
After almost 45 years of parish ministry, Father Andy Schumacher has retired to take on another facet of his calling. . . .
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Summer Readers make butter
Last week at the Prairie Community Library, several children joined the fun, with the highlight of the day being when they made butter from fresh dairy cream donated by Mike and Teena VonBargen. . . .
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Softball team ends season
A group of 13 and 14 year old girls joined the ASA softball league and competed in 3 region tournaments, 2 Lewiston tournaments, 1 in Post Falls, the last several months. . . .
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A visit to the Historical Museum
In a visit last week to St. Gertrude's Museum and update was given on the changes at the museum.  The museum still takes about $100,000 each year for operation and for care of the exhibits. The
 Raspberry Festival held the first Sunday of August is still the major fundraiser each year. The festival  this year is August 1. . . .
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Della Gehring is sworn in as the newest member of the school board.

The Greencreek Community Hall has a new sign provided by Eggen Signs of Kamiah.

Although the Buggy Whip Festival wasn't held, the softball tournaments and home run derby were. Here one of the home run derby contestants is about to smack one of his 4 first round homers.

Action from the Buggy Whip women's tournament. In the field is the Prairie team made up of local area women.

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