Mystery Night is Saturday
“The Great Outdoors” is the theme for the annual Summit Academy Mystery Night.  The evening will be loaded with prizes, fun and entertainment!  In addition to the elimination raffle, side games, and auction; there will be music, no-host bar, and great food.  Every tenth ticked drawn wins a quality prize.  Only 350 tickets are sold for this distinguished event, which affords each ticket holder a great chance at winning the grand prize valued at $10,000.00!
Summit Academy would like to recognize and thank those businesses that has donated to make this evening a success.  Grateful “Thank You’s” to: Asotin County Aquatic Center, Blue Camas Salon, Camas Gravel, Corral West, Erb’s Hardware, Gottschalks, Grangeville Country Club, Manchester Ice & Event Centre, Robert Bosch Tool Corp, Schlader Photography, Staples, Dairy Queen, Old Country Buffet, LCSC Warriors, Kings, STL Designs, Mini Village, Christine Munger, Current Creations, Wells Fargo Bank, Halfway Club, AM Flerchinger, McGregor Chemical Co., Ace Hardware, Churchyard B&B, Super 8 Motel-Grangeville and McCall, Brundage Mountain Resort, Subway-Grangeville, Oscar’s Restaurant, Red Lion Hotel, D&B Farm & Home Supply, Winchester Lake State Park, Rivertree Best Western Motel, Rooster’s Landing, B&B Bargain, In Touch Therapeutic Massage, Holiday Inn Express, Lewiston Morning Tribune, JC Penney’s, Zip Trip, Country Haus, Pizza Hut, Palenque, The Gallery, Happy Days Corp., Columbia Grain, URM Store, A-1 Flowers, Tri-State Sporting Goods, Ernie’s Steakhouse, Wal-Mart, Archie’s Cleaners, Kilgore Adventures, Beamer Tours, SnakeDancer Excursions, Sonnen Meats, Whitebird Summit Lodge, Wonder Years Daycare, Arnzen Drug, Les Schwab, Rae Brothers, and McCullen’s Steak Seafood & Spirits.  With a special “Thank You” to our main sponsors: Hoene Hardware Co., Lindsley’s Home Furnishings, Gem Builders Supply, Tackett’s Saw Service, Dreamweavers Travel Co., and Krueger’s RV.
Tickets need to be purchased in advance.  Each ticket is an entry for the donation raffle, and allows entry for two people to the dinner and the night’s events, scheduled this year for September 17, 2005 at the Greencreek Hall.  If you are interested in purchasing a Mystery Night Ticket, there are a few left, please contact Linda Beckman 962-7157, or Summit Academy 962-5650.

Lady Patriots lose opener
The Patriot Volleyball team traveled down to Culdesac last Friday for their first game of the season.  This year, Summit had 11 girls join the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams.  Maria Osborn, 3, and Alyssa Frei, 9, are ready for any tips while Brianne Stubbers readies herself for the return. Danielle Stubbers, 5, is prepared for backup.Brianne Stubbers and Kim Frei, freshmen; Danielle Stubbers, sophomore; along with juniors: Amber Nuxoll and Alyssa Frei and Senior Maria Osborne started in the JV game.  Also playing this year is sophomore Annie Osborne.  The first game was tight the whole way and Summit ended up pulling ahead in the end with some key serves from Brianne to end the game at 26-24.  Like the first, the second game was a close one.  Summit ended up falling to the Wolves 26-28.  The third game was then played and the Lady Patriots were unable to hold on to their beginning lead falling again 9-15.
Starting the night for Summit’s Varsity were Danielle Stubbers, sophomore; Alyssa Frei, Emily Rehder, Alexa Prigge, and Cori Wemhoff, Juniors; and Lauren Wemhoff, senior.  The girls started out good in the first two games until too much power on their serves cost them too many points.  The girls ended up loosing 16-25, and 19-25.  In the third game however, Patriots took control with Prigge dominating net play, along with Rehder and Nuxoll having some blocks of their own.  Patriots made the Wolves think twice, winning 25-19.  In the fourth game however, Wolves server #16 shut down Summit’s hot streak.  The girls lost 16-25.  Next action is this Friday, the 16, at home vs. Pullman Christian.

Local “Locks” Donors
This past month, several local girls decided to take it upon themselves to donate 10 inches of hair each to “Locks of Love”, a non-profit organization created to provide children undergoing chemotherapy treatment with high quality hairpieces.  Girls participating in this charity included Alexa Summit girls who donated their locks which they are holding.Prigge, Emily Rehder, and Alyssa Frei (all juniors in high school) as well as Lynn, Elaine, and Brenda Rehder (sophomores in high school, freshman in college, and junior in college, respectively) along with Brooke Schumacher, Tanna Schlader (fifth graders), Sara Chmelik (fourth grader), and Megan Seubert (third grade).
Inspired by the example of their classmates, students of Summit Academy have decided to initiate a school wide challenge to all girls, Pre-K through seniors, to grow their hair out for this cause.  The high school girls are planning on hosting their annual slumber party this coming spring for the Summit girls student body; however, this year the evening will begin with haircuts for the cause of Locks of Love.
If anyone is interested in finding out more about this charity log on to or write to
Locks of Love
2925 10th Avenue North, Suite 102
Lake Worth, FL 33461

Off to a Fantastic Start
It appears as if Summit is off to a rolling start.  August 29th marked the beginning of Summit Academy’s 9th year in existence.  Although losing our first graduating class, we welcome eleven new Kindergartners.  Once more the new school year is complimented with new students and teachers.  The student body at Summit Academy now totals ninety-nine.  This year should prove to be another wonderful opportunity to learn.
Each month a new virtue and saint are chosen for the students and teachers to imitate.  The first virtue of the new school year is Sincerity, with Saint Wenceslaus as the model.  The school also began the year with adoration on Friday morning.  This year should hopefully prove to be a wonderful opportunity to learn and grow in character.
Stephen Spencer

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522



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