Updated May 21, 2009
43 to graduate Friday
Forty-three Prairie High School seniors will take part in graduation ceremonies this Friday, May 22 at 7 p.m. at the PHS gym. . . .
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Heating system bid awarded
The school board awarded the bid for the Middle School heating system project to Guardian as their bid came in abut $3000 less than other bids and superintendent Gary Blaz said he and board member Bill Hill were both comfortable with the bid that it covered what they wanted done. Work should be completed by the end of the summer. . . .
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Block grant to help renovate hall
Congratulations to the City of Cottonwood for being the recipient of an Idaho Community Development Block Grant!  The block grant monies of $150,000 will go towards the renovation of the Community Hall, projected to begin summer of 2009. . . .
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Rural Health Works steering committee being set up
Donít be surprised if you are invited to serve on the Rural Health Works Steering Committee. . . .
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Lustig Farm to be awarded Century Farm status
On June 20, the farm of Doug and Karen Lustig, 199 Lustig Road, Cottonwood, will be designated an Idaho Century Farm by the Idaho State Historical Society and the Idaho Department of Agriculture.  . . .
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Memorial Day services set
The Richard Jacobs, VFW Post 4902, and the American Legion Post 40, will be conducting Memorial Day services, Monday, May 25th, starting at 10:00am in the Greencreek cemetery, followed by services in the Cottonwood cemeteries at 11:00am.  . . .
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Raspberry Festival event signups starting; Monastery centennial
You can sign up now for the Raspberry Festival fun run/walk and crafters are also asked to start signing up for booth space. . . .
Also on this page is the May installment of the Monastery centennial history of what also happened 100 years ago. . . .
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Arnzen reunion set for Saturday
Descendents of Frank and Mary Arnzen will be holding a family reunion this Saturday, May 24 at Greencreek. . . .
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Sports physical reminder
St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics is reminding students interested in playing sports in the school administered sports program next year must have a completed, current health form on file with the school prior to their first practice. . . .
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Lady Pirates win third straight state title
For the second straight year the Prairie Lady Pirates had a close call in their state opener and then beat Genesee twice to win the state title. With a 6-4 win on Saturday, May 16, they secured their third straight state A-1 Softball championship at Lewistonís Airport Park. . . .
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Uhlenkott, Shumway repeat as state champs
Kaylee Uhlenkott for the third time and Kyler Shumway for the second time repeated as state champions in the shot put at the 1-A State Track Meet in Boise this past weekend. . . . 
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THREEPEAT!! The Prairie Lady Pirates won their third straight 1-A State Softball championship by beating Genesee 6-4 in the state championship game Saturday, May 16 at Lewistonís Airport Park. Kneeling front from left are Haleigh Schmidt, Alena Hoene, Meaghan Bruner, Sammi Frei, Amber Holthaus, Kendra Dinning, Megan Sigler and Sheri Schumacher. Middle from left are assistant coaches Steve Wilson and Krystal Ellis, Emily Lerandeau, Leora Laurino, Camille Schumacher, Samantha Spencer, Mariah Evans and Kara Guyer. In back are Hilaree VanderPas and Rachel Kaschmitter holding the state banner and head coach Jeff Martin. Click on the photo for a larger view. See game stories below left.

Kaylee Uhlenkott and Kyler Shumway both repeated as state shot put champions, Uhlenkott  for the third time in a row.

Congratulations to the Prairie Middle School Band for their straight superior ratings at the recent Idaho Music Educators District II Festival. Mr. Dan Buckvich and Dr. Lori Enloe, professors of music at U. of I. Lionel Hampton School of music awarded the Prairie Band with Superior ratings at the festival held in Moscow. Mr. Eynon, Prairie Schools Music Director indicated this is the event band directors work towards all year, and Superior ratings are only awarded very judiciously to those groups who truly merit such honors. The adjudication process is rigorous, and impartial, judges comments enable a director to identify those areas of musicianship where the band is on track or in need of improvement for their performances. The Prairie School District Music Department is building a tradition of Pride and Excellence in Performance this year and looks forward to growth in the program for next year! Click on the photo for a larger view.


In the top photo is the Lustig farmhouse which will be given a Century Farm award on June 20. In the lower photo are Doug and Karen Lustig, third generation owners of the property. See story above left.





Scenes from the PHS drama class production of "Too Many Doctors". Click on the cast photo at top for a larger view.

Kayla Schumacher with her state championship trophy in the Knights of Columbus Hoop Shoot for 12 year old girls. See the May 14 update for more info. We have added her photo to that article as well.
 
Briget Long graduated from Apollo College in Boise, Idaho, April 18, 2009 in Dental Hygiene. She was awarded for perfect attendance 4 out of 5 semesters, only missing one day her first semester. She graduated with high honors and will be practicing Dental Hygiene in Lewiston.
 

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