Updated January 4, 2007
PHS student build Christmas presents
This year the two Fundamentals of Technology classes and the Construction class were busy making gifts for pre school children, the shelter home residents, long term care patients at St. Mary's Hospital, and for care packages for St. Mary's Hospital. . . .
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2006 in review
On this page are the middle 4 months of our annual year in review. . . .
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Tri-Parish Youth activities for January
Dear Friends in Christ,
The approach of the New Year brings with it the opportunity of reflection for all the blessings over the past year. It is here; we cling to new hope for all that God has for us as we begin yet another year in 2007. With our eyes forward and our hearts open we are able to begin our journey and see what God has in store for us as we embrace all the opportunities in January. . . .
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Americorps Day of Service
The Upper Clearwater team of AmeriCorps from Lewis-Clark Service Corps is planning a day of service on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 15th in Cottonwood at the Cottonwood Shelter Home.  We will help the clients create crafts and we will provide treats at the end of our project. We are asking for your help in order to purchase craft materials and food for this project. . . .
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"55 Alive" driving class offered
Would you like to sharpen your driving skills and get a possible cut in your insurance premiums at the same time?  Then welcome to “55 Alive”, AAPR’s safe driving program.  You do not need to be a member of AARP to attend the class nor do you have to be 55. . . .
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"Angels" respond
The Mission Committee of St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinic is once again most appreciative for the goodness of the people and groups in the area.  If “angels” are known in Scripture as “intermediaries” between God and  people, you people were the “angels’ for the food and gift project. . . .
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Pirates schedule
The Prairie basketball team gets back into action Thursday evening. . . .
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Lady Pirates and Dance team schedules
The Lady Pirates Basketball and PHS Dance team get back into action this week. . . .
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Poxleitner takes second at Pomeroy Tournament
Brandon Poxleitner earned second place in the 119 lb. weight class at the Pomeroy Tournament held Saturday, Dec. 30. As a team Prairie finished 8th among 11 teams with 84 points, just 4 points behind Potlatch. . . .
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Summit girls take Culdesac Tournament
With easy victories over Timberline Friday night, and a 41 to 22 win over Deary Saturday night, Summit Academy’s girls basketball team added their 11th win of the season against one loss while carting home the championship trophy from Culdesac’s annual Christmas tourney. . . .
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From left are Curtis Forsmann, Tobie Lovell, Samantha Spencer, Jack George, NaTosha Schaeffer, Andrew Gabica, Wyatt Williams, Kelsey Marker, and Joe Schumacher. With the finished Christmas gift projects. See story at left. Not shown are Brandon Poxleitner, Taylor Ratcliff, and Hilaree VanderPas. 

Jeremy Ross, Kyle Holthaus, Jake Seubert, Casey Bruegeman, Derek Holthaus, Chris Schmidt, Amber Holthaus, Dustin Schaeffer, James Hager, and Amber Frei and shown with their gift projects. Not shown are Eli Rad, Branden Waller, and Kristen Hill. 

Alex Flatt, John Rice, Keith Schultz, Tony Duman, and James Jackson show their Christmas gift projects. 

Shown  are long-time BLM employees at the Cottonwood office who have retired as of Jan. 1. From left are Greg Yuncevich, Field Manager; LuVerne Grussing, Recreation Planner, and Ron Grant, Realty Specialist. A public Open House retirement party is set for Saturday, January 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at The Royal Loft, Cottonwood Idaho – On Main Street above The Royal Room

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