to hold fundraiser
The Technology Student Association is holding a Valentines Day prize drawing to be drawn on February 9th at the boys basketball game with Culdesac.
The money will be used to offset expenses incurred at the state TSA convention in Rexburg this March 12-14. The tickets will be sold for $1.00 each. There will be five prizes with the first prize being a gift certificate for a bouquet of flowers worth $35.00, donated from A-I Flowers, a $25 gift certificate for a dinner for two at the Country Haus, and a jewelry box built by the students, 2nd prize is a quilt donated by Judy and Mick Forsmann, 3rd prize will be a basket filled with huckleberry goodies donated by Colleen and Greg Sonnen, 4th prize will be a music box made by the students, 5th prize will be a jewelry box made by the students.
Thank you for your kindness and generosity in helping support the students of the TSA.
Prairie Fifth and Sixth Graders Give Gifts that Chirp and Buzz
This Christmas season the fifth and sixth grade students at Prairie Middle School decided to share their giving spirit with neighbors around the world. They joined Heifer International in helping the poor by donating money for two different gifts of "livestock". One was a flock of chicks, and the other a hive of bees! These gifts are part of a program that helps lift families from poverty to self-sufficiency by providing a way to feed themselves and earn a bit of income. They then become responsible for helping lift up a neighbor by passing on the first offspring of the animal they received. Heifer International has given hope to millions of impoverished families worldwide, reinvigorating communities through livestock, training, and "passing on the gift". We commend our middle school students for their part in alleviating worldwide hunger!
Hunter ed course set
There is a hunter education course at Prairie Middle School starting January 26 through January 30. The classes are from 12:30 to 3:00P.M. Any one wanting to take this class may do so for a cost of $8.00 for material. For more information call Virgil Wassmuth at 962-3561 – cell 507-1843 or Susan Wassmuth 924-0048 – cell 983-8767.