Updated September 22, 2005
Nearly $3,000 raised
Nearly $3,000 was raised to help victims of Hurricane Katrina in a couple of community fundraisers held last week. The community yard sale and the Prairie Schools challenge raised over $1450 each . . .
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Homecoming parade and Powder Puff photos
On this page are pictures of the rest of the floats plus a couple of pictures from the Powder Puff game. . . .
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Sixth graders attend science camp
Prairie Middle School 6th graders participated in a unique science education program which included team-building components.  The program was facilitated by the University of Idaho in McCall. . . .
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Monastery sending delegate to World Congress
The Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, ID, is sending a delegate to the first World Congress for Benedictine Oblates in Rome, Italy, September 19 - 25, 2005, at the Salesianum. . . .
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O-Mok-Sees held
Over the past two weekends the Cottonwood Riding Club and Cottonwood Saddliers & Livestock O-Mok-Sees were held. Results are on the linked page. . . .
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Pirates win Homecoming game
The Prairie football overcame a 16 point deficit to claim their first victory since Oct. 2003 and only their second win in the past 3 season 42-38 over Deary Friday, September 16 at Cottonwood. . . .
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Lady Pirates have busy week
The Prairie volleyball team was 1-2 in league matches last week and tied for third at the Lapwai Tournament. . . .
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Summit sports
The Summit varsity volleyball team lost twice last week while their Junior High basketball team won their opener. . . .
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Dawn Bower and Dan Enneking were named Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of the game last Friday. 

The Senior Class float was judged the winner of the float contest. Additional Homecoming parade photos along with photos from the Powder Puff game are in the second story down at left.

Volunteers organize the items donated for the Community Yard Sale which raised money to help Hurricane Katrina victims. The yard sale raised over $1450 which will be donated to the Red Cross. See story at top left.

Prairie Elementary School students with the new sign in front of the school. 

Prairie Booster Club officers for 2005-06 are from left, Marie Lerandeau, treasurer; Chris Kaschmitter, president; Loretta Riener, vice-president and Linda Nida, secretary. 

Chris Kaschmitter presents Jerry Richardson a check for $100 from the Booster Club to be used by the PHS industrial technology classes.

It was an exciting election at PMS. David Sigler and Makenzie Moea’i ran for president and Conner Rieman and Wyatt Williams for Vice president. David, left, was elected President and Wyatt, right, Vice president. The school will be represented well. All candidates did a great job at campaigning. 

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