Updated October 15, 2009
Lecture series continues
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude invites you to attend the 10th Annual Fall Lecture Series. The next lecture is scheduled for Thursday, October 15, at 7:00 p.m. in Spirit Center at the Monastery of St. Gertrude.  . . .
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Museum sponsors documentary showing
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude is pleased to sponsor a film documentary entitled “Idaho’s Forgotten War”. The film will be shown at 7:00 p.m. on October 20 in Spirit Center at the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, Idaho. Admission is free. . . .
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Food and hat & mitten drives planned
Prairie High Schools H.O.S.A (Health Occupations Students of America) and Saint Mary’s Hospital are sponsoring a community food drive this month. . . .
High school student volunteers will be collecting hats and mittens for the Christmas baskets Halloween evening between 6:00 and 8:00pm. . . .
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Center for Discovery to hold bingo night; Last chance for cookie dough
Center For Discovery is celebrating their tenth anniversary by hosting a community wide Bingo Night . . .
This is your last chance to get cookie dough ordered.  The kids have to have their fund raising packets into school by the fifteenth of October. . . .
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Harvest Moon Cruise set for Nov. 21
The 12th Annual Harvest Moon Cruise sponsored by the Clearwater Valley Hospital Foundation will be held Saturday, November 21 at the Best Western Lodge at River’s Edge in Orofino.  . . .
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Bräts and Brew update
Well folks, here it is already the middle of October.  Field work is winding down and everyone is thinking about winterizing. . . .
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Chamber news
Once again the Chamber will be organizing the annual Lighted Christmas Parade; we encourage all businesses,  . . .
The chamber wants to remind everyone of the scarecrow decorating contest; the winner will received $50 in Chamber bucks. . . .
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Infant warmer purchased
“St. Mary’s Hospital recently purchased a newborn warmer which is being used in their labor and delivery suite. . . .
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Appreciation dinner is held
Over 270 people gathered together at the Ferdinand Hall on Sunday, October 11th to honor and show appreciation for our beloved parish priest, Father Richard Haldane.   . . .
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Pirates rout Genesee; Prairie nominees are finalists; Basketball team selling firewood
The Prairie Pirates scored an unbelievable 55 first quarter points at Genesee and cruised to a 55-6 win over the Bulldogs Friday, Oct. 9. . . .
Several Prairie High School individuals and the 2008 Prairie Football team are among the finalists for Lewis-Clark State 2009 Warrior Athletic Association High School Awards. . . .
The Prairie boys basketball team is selling firewood as a team fundraiser. . . .
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Lady Pirates 2-3 on the week; District starts Saturday; Rodeo team competes at Cambridge
The Prairie Lady Pirates were 2-3 last week with wins over Highland and Summit and losses to Nezperce, Deary and Grangeville. Summit Academy also lost to Deary in the tri-match on Saturday. . . .
District starts Saturday with Prairie playing Lapwai at 7:30 p.m. at LCSC. . .
The Prairie High School Rodeo Team had another successful rodeo this past weekend in Cambridge. . . .
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Summit Jr. High girls win 3
Summit’s junior high girls eked out three victories last week, . . .
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The scarecrow and Halloween decorations at Archie’s Cleaners. They light up at night too! 

This scarecrow, which has lots of passersby doing a double-take because at first they think it’s a guy standing there, is part of The Corner Cupboard’s Halloween decorations. 

Here is a picture of Chris Hoene and Troy Lorentz, 2 TSA club members, around the prizes for our Halloween raffle. The tickets are $1.00 apiece, for a chance at winning one of 3 prizes.  The drawing will be held at the home football game against Troy on Friday the 16th.  The money will be used to pay for the registration fees for our student club to attend and compete at the Idaho TSA Convention in Moscow. Thanks for your help with our fundraising efforts.

Stephanie Jungert and Daniel Mager won the September monthly attendance drawing at Prairie Middle School.

Stephanie Helsen’s name was drawn for the Perfect Attendance month drawing.  We are trying something new this year and will be giving away a bike and helmet each month to a person who’s name is drawn for having perfect attendance during that month.

Jacob Rowland, left, and Justis Nelson were the lucky winners of a t-shirt donated by GEAR UP.

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