Updated  November 21, 2007
School Board meets
The school board held their November meeting Monday, Nov. 19. . . .
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Chamber of Commerce meets
Angie Latimer of Angie’s Crafts & Supplies will have a Business After Hours on November 26th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. . . .
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Notes from Pat
Monday morning and I watch the snow come down here in Cottonwood.  With Thanksgiving on Thursday, winter seems to have fallen on the Prairie.  . . . 
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VFW contest winners are named
VFW Post 4902 has named the winners in their annual Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen contests. . . .
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Prairie Horizons update
This week’s topics focus on two areas – upcoming training and “blogs.” . . .
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Center for Discovery open until midnight Nov. 30
Everyone is invited to the Center For Discovery open til midnight on November 30 from after school until midnight. . . .
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20 out for boys basketball; 6 earn medals at Potlatch
There are 20 players out for Prairie boys basketball this year with only 5 of those being juniors or seniors. . . .
Saturday, Nov. 17 was the Cottonwood Wrestling Club’s last tournament of the season. It was held at Potlatch. . . .
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Girls 1-1 on southern Idaho trip
The Prairie Lady Pirates basketball team opened their season by splitting a pair of games played in southern Idaho Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17.
They lost their opener, 27-29 at Garden Valley then came back the next day with a 37-25 win at the Greenleaf Friends Academy. . . .
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Summit releases honor roll; Girls taken second at tournament
Students achieving honor roll status for the first quarter were identified this past week, and noted as follows:  . . .
Shocking almost everyone in attendance, the current Summit girls' basketball team, in a building year because of the graduation of six seniors last year, opened up their season with a convincing win over Salmon River Friday night, advancing them to the championship round Saturday against Wilder. . . .
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All the students at Summit Academy who made the honor roll for the first quarter. See the Summit page bottom left for details.

Cottonwood Credit Union donated $500 to Prairie Middle School for their Attendance Program. The $500.00 is used to purchase  incentives for students to be in school.  Students who are in  attendance all week get their name put in a drawing and at the end of the month we award prizes for those names drawn. Our attendance school-wide for the first quarter is at 97.3%.  We thank the Credit Union for making this program possible. Laura Wassmuth, right, is presenting Mrs. Forsmann with a $500.00 check.

Sr. Jean Ihli is surrounded by the Monastery's leadership team on the occasion of her Perpetual Monastic Profession on November 17, 2007. Ihli, originally from Boise, was joined by numerous friends and family in this celebration. Picture here, L-R, Sr. Mary Marge Goeckner, Asst. Prioress; Sr. Mary Geis, Procurator; Sr. Jean Ihli; and Sr. Clarissa Goeckner, Prioress.

Cottonwood Wrestling Club participants at the Potlatch meet last Saturday. Back from left are Dally Ratcliff, Nick Creutzberg, Hunter McWilliams and Cole Creutzbberg. Front from left are Hunter Chaffee, Taylor Heitman, Kellie Heitman, Nick Hartnett and Robert Remington. See boys sports page for a story on how they did.

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