Updated September 28, 2006
Hospitals outreach program wins award
St. Mary's  and Clearwater Valley Hospitals were awarded the Benedictine Health Systemís Spirit Award for Community Focus for the Childrenís Health Insurance Program Outreach Program. . . .
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Chamber to meet Oct. 3
The October Chamber of Commerce meeting will be held on October 3 at 8:00 am at the Coffee Mill. . . .
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Warm up that singing voice
Can you believe it!! It is time for the Cottonwood Community Choir to start organizing and practicing for our winter concert. . . .
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Immunization reminder
St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics is reminding those students who participated in their Sports Physical Clinics last June that their second Hepatitis B vaccine is due.  The Hepatitis A immunization is a series of two shots and Hepatitis B is a three shot series.   . . .
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Museum's 75th anniversary
The October installment of the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude's look back at 75 years ago. . . .
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SMHC makes a friend
When Tony first entered St. Maryís Hospital last spring no one really knew him, but now heís a daily visitor and possibly every staff person is now on a first name basis with him. . . .
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Pirates can't hold lead against Kendrick
The Prairie football team jumped out to a 12-0 lead with 5:48 left in the first quarter but the rest of the game belonged to Kendrick as the Pirates fell to the Tigers 12-28 at Cottonwood Friday, Sept. 22. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose two league matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates lost a pair of league matches last week as they were swept by both C.V. and Nezperce. . . .
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Dave Goeckner is big winner
Our 9th annual mystery night, A Mexican Fiesta, took place last Saturday night, September 23 and again, was a huge success!  Food, drinks, prizes, and friendships were enjoyed by all.   . . .
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On Sept. 20th, the Grangeville Elks represented by Esteemed Loyal Knight Jay Hinterlong came to the Summit Academy and Prairie Elementary School to present this years third graders with their new dictionaries. This practice was started last year, and will continue every year from now on. Thanks to the teachers and staff for their co-operation in allowing the Elks to accomplish this endeavor. The top photo shows Hinterlong with Prairie Elementary third graders and in the bottom photo he is shown with Summit Academy third graders. 

Casey Meza, CEO, and Sr. Corinne Forsman, Mission Integration, show the BHS Spirit Award plaque St. Mary's and Clearwater Valley Hospitals were awarded for their CHIP outreach efforts. 

The final 3 in the Summit Academy Mystery Night elimination drawing are shown. From left are Jenni Goeckner (proxy for Dave Goeckner), Ralph Sprute, Doug Schumacher (proxy for Betty Schumacher). 

With the awarding of a $10,000 grant from the Idaho Professional Technical Grant Committee, trading in the old laser, and $3,000 from the TSA fund, the Prairie High Industrial Technology Program was able to upgrade their old laser. Money for TSA comes from the sale of products that TSA club members and Prairie High students make, from building storage buildings, bat boxes, donations from individuals that we have built items for, and from private donations. The laser engraver is another machine used to prepare students for the real world. Students engrave wood products they have made, as well as glass, vinyl, leather, corian, marble, and tile. We do not have yet, but will be working towards purchasing a rotary engraver allowing the students to engrave on christmas ornaments, and cylindrical objects, like champagne glasses. Without the help of several people this could not have been made possible. Their kindness is greatly appreciated. Shown is the new laser and on the shelves above are samples of the work being done with it.

Tony and Shawn Severson, RN, SMH Home Health Director share a moment. Tony and the SMH staff have formed a special friendship recently. 
 
 
 

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