Night theme chosen
Summit Academy is announcing the 2008 Mystery Night theme, which is “Gold Rush”. It will be held on Saturday, September 13, 2008, at Greencreek Community Hall, and all are invited to attend. There are only 350 tickets that will be available for purchase starting on June 1st for $125.00 each. Each ticket admits you and a guest and presents you with the opportunity to be included in a drawing for many prizes, with the grand prize package being worth $10,000. The grand prize package options will be announced at a later date. This fun filled night of mystery is one of Summit Academy’s major fundraising events. Even if you cannot attend, you are invited to still purchase a ticket, and send a mining partner to stake your claim while being your proxy. They get the thrill of the Gold Rush, while you get the gold. It is a great opportunity to support the youth in our community and have an exciting evening out. Don’t miss out on this golden opportunity to strike it rich as you hop into your mining car and head on down the shaft where your fortune awaits. If you would like more information to purchase a ticket, please contact Norm and Julie Sonnen at 208-962- 2368 or Kevin or Kathy Rehder at 208-962- 3380. The Gold Rush is on!
Summit students to present play
Summit Academy is presenting the play “The Pony Espresso” by Rachel Davidson on March 13-15 at the Summit Academy Gym.
Performances are set for 7 p.m. each night with a 2 p.m. matinee as well on Saturday, March 15.
Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students in grades K-12 or $20 for a family pass.
The play is a typical melodrama with an obvious hero and villain. Instead of an old West saloon the setting is an old West coffee shop, hence a lot of puns having to do with coffee. including the name of the play.
Audience participation is not only encouraged but expected.
The main cast members of "The Pony Espresso" from left are Buck the hero (Dylan Prigge), Star (Margaret Yalbuw), Mo the villain (Josh Frei), Dee Caff (Rachel Wemhoff) and Barb Dwyer (Tara Stubbers).