Updated March 31, 2005
Cottonwood Chamber meets
At the meeting March 10 of the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce “Relay for Life”, part of the American Cancer association, told of a relay in Grangeville July 22-23. . . .
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Notes from Pat
Tuesday morning, March 29 and I woke to snow coming down. The calendar may say spring has come but in Cottonwood we seem to get a little more winter weather. . . .
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Growing our understanding series
On Monday, April 11, staff and board members from Syringa General Hospital/Clinics and St. Mary’s Hospital/Clinics will provide information about the region’s health care delivery system in the first of a series of community presentations called Growing Our Understanding. . . .
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8th graders study Frank Lloyd Wright
The 8th grade pre-algebra class studied the works of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. . . .
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Pirates lose big to Kendrick
Lack of offense and a sloppy defense led to a big loss for the Prairie baseball team as Kendrick beat them 0-13 at Cottonwood Tuesday, March 22. . . .
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VanderPas tosses no-hitter
Meghan VanderPas tossed a 5-inning no-hitter as the Prairie Lady Pirates won their first ever White Pine League softball game 13-0 at Kendrick Thursday, March 24. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 6 events
The Prairie Lady Pirates track team picked up wins in 6 events and finished second overall at the season opening track meet Tuesday, March 22 at Kamiah. . . .
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This young lady has found an Easter Egg during the annual hunt held Saturday at the Park. The Indoor/Outdoor 4-H Club put on the event this year. For more photos click on the photo.

Something we haven’t seen much of this year—snow! Snow flurries occurred much of the day Tuesday in Cottonwood but it melted off quickly. Snow is shown on the shrubs at Farm Credit Services at about 8 a.m. Tuesday morning. 

Denise Uhlenkott and Rene’ Forsmann attended the Lottery Scratch for Schools at LCSC on Wednesday. They scratched 215 out of 300 tickets in 5 minutes. They will receive 1000 more tickets because their team scratched the most tickets. They received $112 out of the 215 tickets scratched. They will get whatever prizes are on the other 85 as well. The Idaho Lottery hosts the event to raise additional funds for schools.

Deanna Koepl, daughter of Andy and Michelle Koepl, Nezperce, was the first place winner of District V, which is from Riggins to the Canadian border, for the Speech Contest sponsored by Idaho Farm Bureau. Winners from each district competed in Boise February 21. She placed sixth statewide. The contestants and their families toured the Capitol Building while in Boise. She receives her award from Shari Kuther, District V, State Women’s Committee for Idaho Farm Bureau. 

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