Updated March 8, 2007
Robin Hood performances are Friday
The Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Robin Hood” will be performed this Friday, March 9. . . .
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Lincoln Day luncheon set
The Idaho and Lewis County Republican committees have set March 10th at noon as the time for their annual Lincoln day luncheon.  This year’s event will be held at Hoot’s Café on US Highway 95 just south of Whitebird.  . . .
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County 4-H party is Saturday; Living the 4-H pledge
The Annual Idaho County 4-H Party will be held Saturday, March 10, 2007, at the Grangeville National Guard Armory beginning at 10:00 a.m. . . .
If you know the 4-H Pledge from memory, you are not alone!  In Idaho County 450 members, 80 adult volunteer leaders and countless parents recited this pledge and the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of every 4-H meeting they attended in 2006.  The 4-H tradition began over 100 years ago and its roots continue to run deep in the communities of Idaho County. . . .
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Greencreek play is March 16
The St Anthony Greencreek Youth Group are having dinner and entertainment on March 16. . . .
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Two articles inadvertently left out of print edition
Somehow the two article on this page got left out of the print edition of this week's Chronicle:
Volunteers Needed: Cottonwood Youth Sports is having their kick-off meeting this Thursday, March 8, at 7:00 pm at Prairie Elementary School Cafeteria. . . .
Pageant is Fundraiser: The first time ever Ms. Prairie Pageant is set for Tuesday, March 13th at 7 p.m. at the Prairie High School Cafeteria. . . .
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Moonlight Serenade is April 21
It is time to get out your zoot suit, evening gown and dancing shoes in preparation for reliving the romantic era of swing music at the Moonlight Serenade Dinner Dance, a benefit for the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. . . .
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Drawing winners are named
Prizewinners are listed for the Greencreek Hall prize drawing which was held on Feb. 17. . . .
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8th grade boys win two tournaments
The Prairie 8th grade AAU basketball team won a pair of tournaments over the past couple of weekends. . . .
Also on this page is the schedule for the PHS Baseball team including game schedule for this weekend's Orofino Tournament . . . .
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PHS Softball schedule
On this page is the schedule for the PHS Softball team including game schedule for this weekend's Orofino Tournament. . . .
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PHS Track Schedule
On this page is the schedule for the PHS track team. . . .
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Top photo-Auditions were held Monday afternoon for the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Robin Hood” which will be performed this Friday at the PHS gym. In the striped shirt and black jacket and pants is one of the MCT actors. 
Bottom photo-Youngsters anxiously await the start of auditions for the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Robin Hood” on Monday afternoon at the PES gym. 

By 1:30 p.m. Monday there wasn’t much left of the Gem Builders building as it was demolished to make way for a new building. 

Shown are the actors for the annual Greencreek Play which will be performed on Friday, March 16 at the Greencreek Hall. Back from left: Abbigail Lustig, Jacquie Lustig, Vit Spanhel, Dustin Lustig, Steven Baerlocher and Justin Stubbers . Front from left are: Brad Killmar, Calista Karel, Tara Stubbers, Danielle Stubbers, Jordan Killmar and Kevin Karel. Not pictured are Brianne Stubbers and Tabitha Sonnen. See story at left for details on the play and dinner.

First graders in Cindy Schumacher class at Prairie Elementary School celebrated Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss's Birthday on March 2nd, 2007. The day was spent celebrating books and reading! The children also made their traditional "green eggs and ham" in recognition of one of their favorite Dr. Seuss books. This was a fun day spent in honor of Dr. Seuss's contribution to children's literature. The children were pleasantly surprised with a visit from the "Cat in the Hat" himself (a.k.a. Sue Sonnen).

Wearing his red and white striped hat, Mr. Greg Deiss, principal of Prairie Elementary, is reading his favorite Dr. Seuss book to Mrs. Schumacher's first grade students.

The people in the picture are Mr. Richardson, Nick Johnson, Corey Schaeffer, Steve Baerlocher, Ben Schumacher, Eric Daly, and Tate Smith. Mr. Richardson received a grant for his program from the Region II Tech Prep coordinator Tate Smith. The large printer, rotary engraver and wide angle lens will help students with architectural and mechanical drawings and work on the laser. The value of the equipment is worth $2750.00. Last year the program received 6 computers, and with the help of a former student, new countertops in the drafting room. 

Five Prairie Youth Choir members were recently recognized for 3 years of participation and membership in the Prairie Youth Choir - Logan Dahlen, Nicole Devorak, Rachel Falzon, Martina Everson, and Katherine Nida. The Prairie Youth Choir is open to all students in the 3rd - 6th grades in the greater Cottonwood area. (Katherine Nida was unavailable for picture.) 

Above are two photos of the middle school students enjoying their crochet projects. If anyone has yarn they could donate, Mrs. Lundmark would really appreciate it because the yarn supply for the students is getting low so any unwanted yarn is welcomed, even odd balls.

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