High football starts Aug. 27
The Prairie Junior High football program will get underway with their first practice Wednesday, August 27 after school.
That date is also the first day of school this year.
Booster Club Golf Scramble set for Sept. 20
The 5th annual Prairie Pirate Booster Golf Scramble will be held Saturday, Sept. 20th at the Grangeville Country Club.
Registration time is 8:30 a.m. with tee-off at 9 a.m.
This will be a 9 hole scramble limited to 12 four-person teams. Each team must use every player’s drive at least twice.
Entry fee is $25 per player which includes beverages on the course, green fees and barbecue. All proceeds go to benefit Prairie K-12 students and athletes.
There will be cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places with a prize drawing for 2 rounds of golf at the Coeur d’Alene Resort.
Contact Becky Higgins at 983-5233 or mail her at Higgins@sd242.k12.id.us to register your team. Make checks payable to Prairie Booster Club the day of the tournament.
Clearing up some confusion
There has been some confusion on the sports physical forms that the students need in order to participate in sports. Any student who had their sports physical completed at St. Mary’s Clinic does not need to stop by the clinic to pick up the completed form. These forms have all been sent to the schools and they will then be distributed to the coaches.
Kamiah Physical Therapy to sponsor Fun Run
In conjunction with the city’s annual Barbecue Days, Kamiah Physical Therapy will sponsor a 5K fun run, walk and roll on Saturday, August 30th. The event will begin with registration at 7:30 a.m.with an 8:00 a.m. start from the PT clinic on Fourth and Hill Street in Kamiah.
“Our goal is to encourage physical fitness for people of all ages,” said Chris Roach, PT. “None of us want to raise couch potatoes so we need to go the extra step of setting a good example for our friends and family members. It’s a myth that you have to exercise every day for it to make a difference. Every little bit counts. Our event will help motivate people to start their day with a bit of fun and fitness.”
The 3.2 mile course will wend its way to the airport and back. Prizes will be awarded to first place finishers in both the adult and the children’s divisions.
The $13 registration fee includes a T-shirt and a bag of goodies. Pre registration is preferred, but not necessary. To pre register or for more information call, Kamiah Physical Therapy Clinic, 935-0367. KPT is administered by St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics, Cottonwood.
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