Updated July 6, 2006
July is busy month for Tri-Parish youth
Hello and happy hot July!  As summer springs into action, so do the summer activities.  It’s during these picnic, barbecuing, and sun tanning days that we soak in the warmth of the season and enjoy family, friends, and hopefully a little leisure.  Don’t be afraid to spend time enjoying and thanking God for the beautiful days as creation’s bounty reveals a Creator of love and grace in our very midst. . . .
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Hospital provides colonoscopies
St. Mary’s Hospital has performed over 2,000 colonoscopies since they began providing the service in 1989.  They currently average about 20 to 30 procedures per month.  Colonoscopies are often used to screen for colorectal cancer. . . .
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Relay for Life event nears
The planning committee for the 2nd annual American Cancer Society Clearwater to Salmon Rivers Relay For Life is on the home stretch of preparing for a great time at this year’s event.  We have many wonderful sponsors throughout our area who are and will be displaying their “Relay banners” and we thank you for supporting these businesses as they do such an awesome job of donating not only to our cause, but to all the events and causes in our area. . . .
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Summer reading program starts
The Summer Reading Program will start out with a splash.  The featured theme for this week will be “under the sea.”   . . .
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'Jake's Team' fundraiser set
“Jake’s Team” is sponsoring a Haystack Feed for Relay for Life Thursday, July 6 at the KC Hall from 5 to 8 p.m.. . .
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Charter member info sought
Cottonwood American Legion Post #40 is attempting to list some information about the 1931 Charter Members of American Legion Post #40.  We would like your help by sending us some information about anyone you know on the list of names.  Any information is better than none. . . .
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Paddlefest is this Saturday
Come out and spend the day on the water.  The 6th annual Winchester Lake Paddlefest will take place July 15, 2006 at Winchester Lake State Park. . . .
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Golf Tournament set for July 15
The St. Mary's Hospital Foundation is set to host their Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, July 15 at the Grangeville Golf and Country Club.  The 18 Hole Scramble has a 9:00 a.m. tee time.  Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. for the four person teams. . . .
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There was a little excitement but fortunately no injuries last Tuesday, June 27 behind the Community Hall. In the top photo top car apparently slipped out of gear and rolled over the embankment hitting the lower car, belonging to Buddy and Nona Hood. Nona was inside getting ready to go home from work at the library. Minor damage was done to the upper car but the Hood’s vehicle suffered a busted mirror, broken windshield and fender and door damage. The lower photos show the work of getting the cars separated and moved. The Fred’s Body Shop tow truck lifted the front end of the upper car with a tow rope attached to the rear from Long’s Body Shop’s vehicle transporter. Once freed the Hood car was driven out of the way. Bud’s Saw Service’s fork lift was then used (bottom photo) to lift the front end of the remaining car as it was winched up on Long’s truck.

The Idaho County Fair Royalty appeared in the June Picnic parade on June 24 at Craigmont. Shown from left are Queen Bridget Enneking and princesses Tabitha Seubert and Tessica Nuxoll. 

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