Updated July 7, 2005
Pictures from the Greencreek celebration
Several pictures from the Greencreek 4th of July celebration are here. . . .
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Stockton signed ball is prize in fundraiser
“We couldn’t be any more excited,” said Lyle Wirtanen, Director of the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. “It is a thrill just to hold the basketball.” . . .
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Youth Ministry busy in July, fundraiser set for July 13
Leading off this page is an article on the haystack feed the Youth Ministry is planning followed by a listing of their activities for the month. . . .
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Derek Nuxoll wins state essay contest
Derek Nuxoll of Cottonwood has been named the state winner in the Idaho Farm Bureau Essay Contest.
For his win he received a $75 Gift Card good at Sears stores and a certificate. . . .
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Babe Ruth team takes second
The Prairie Pirate Babe Ruth team ended its regular season on June 18th with a second place finish at the Central Idaho League tournament. . . .
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Lustig places 11th in statewide contest
Adeline Lustig placed 11th out of nearly 150 applicants in the Idaho Cattle Association’s Heifer of the Year Contest. . . .
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Some of the crowd enjoying breakfast at the Greencreek 4th of July celebration.  

Tom Terhaar was grand marshal for this year's 4th of July Celebration. That didn't keep him from helping out in the kitchen though. 

Lyle Wirtanen with the basketball signed by John Stockton that will be the prize in a fundraiser at this year’s Raspberry Festival. See story at left.
Lyle Wirtanen, left, Director of the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude, points out some of the finer aspects of a display to Kevin H. Strehle, Director of Photography, KING 5 TV in Seattle. Strehle spent two days filming and interviewing at the museum and monastery last week for “Northwest Backroads”, a weekly outdoor magazine show highlighting the people, places and things that make the Pacific Northwest unique. Since the show’s inception in 1998, crews have traveled extensively throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, Alaska and Montana opening the eyes of viewers to a world of possibility. Each week, host Grant Goodeve and producer Keven Strehle take viewers on amazing journeys to spectacular destinations and along the way tell stories that compel people to take note of a unique bio-diversity that we call home. Strehle, an Emmy award winning producer, expects the show to air in the fall of 2005. Northwest Backroads airs on Saturdays at 7 p.m. on KING-TV in Seattle. It also airs on KONG-TV in Seattle, Northwest Cable News, KGW-TV in Portland, KREM-TV in Spokane, and KTVB-TV in Boise, Idaho. Check your local listings for show times.

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