Updated April 30, 2009
Blood drive set for May 5
The American Red Cross invites you to celebrate two very special holidays; Mothers Day and Memorial Day by giving a gift from the heart and donating blood during the month of May.  When you donate blood, you give the ultimate gift, the gift of life. . . .
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Prairie school to present play, concerts
Prairie Schools' performing arts has several upcoming events. . . .
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Beagles go orange for ASPCA
Along with the Empire State Building, Niagara Falls, Graceland and other prominent US landmarks and iconic buildings, the big beagle at Dog Bark Park in Cottonwood lit up orange on April 7th for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Go Orange for Animals awareness campaign.   . . .
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Craigmont, Winchester yard sales are Saturday
The 18th annual Craigmont citywide yard sale is scheduled for May 2nd, the first Saturday in May. . . .
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Hospitals plan public seminars
St. Maryís and Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics are planning public Estate Planning Seminars in the near future.  The goal of each facility is to establish a one million dollar endowment fund by the year 2012. . . .
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Free seminars offered
Fraud Awareness Week is May 4-8 and in conjunction with that the Better Business Bureau is facilitating a couple of free seminars, one of which is at Grangeville.. . .
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Library Board meets
The April meeting of Prairie Community Library Board was held in conjunction with National Library Week. . . .
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Youth Ministry events for May
Dear youth in Christ, We are at the close of another season as our graduates prepare to step out into the world. . . .
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Pirates win 6 of 7 games, 3 by forfeit; District starts Friday at Genesee; Boys basketball award winners are shown
The Prairie baseball team 6 of 7 games last week beating C.V., Genesee, and St. Maries on the field while losing to Kendrick and picking up a forfeit win over C.V. and 2 forfeit wins over Timberline. . . .
The boys basketball award winners are also pictured on this page. . . . 
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Lady Pirates win 3 of 4 games; winter sports awards pictures
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 3 of their 4 games last week beating Kamiah, Grangeville and Lewis County while losing to St. Maries. . . .
Also on this page are pictures of the award winners for Girls basketball and for the basketball cheerleaders . . .
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Track team competes at White Pine and Kamiah Invitational meets
Kyler Shumway won 2 events at the White Pine Meet while four different Prairie athletes won events at the Kamiah Invitational. . . . 
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Summit Academy news
Summit Academy has released their high school honor roll. . . . 
Summit's Spring play is set for April 30-May 2. . . .
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The 6th grade planted a tree in front of the school!  We used the money that Whitney Sonnen received for the class when she won the Idaho Forest essay contest last fall.  Whitney, standing in back next to the tree and in the lower photo with the tree, picked out a flowering hawthorn. Click on the top photo for a larger view.

On April 25th, 2009 pack 638 had there 1st annual Cubanapolis.  The boys made cars out of carboard boxes.  We met at the park to have our race.  There were 5 cub racers.  Their family memberís were their pit crew.  The boys did four laps around the park on the bike path.  Each time the boys made a lap, they had to stop and the pit crew (family members) had to change their socks, give them a drink of juice, wash their windshields (which was glasses or goggles) and then they could go onto their next lap.  We had a few minor crashes, but they got right back up and were on their way.  This was a family event that we got to enjoy our kids having fun and making memories that they wonít forget. Shown from left are Hunter Chaffee, Anthony Karel, John Bradley, Brandon Latimer and Jared Coppernoll.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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