Updated April 1, 2010
Easter Egg Hunts are Saturday
The local communities are holding their annual Easter Egg Hunts this Saturday, all starting at 10 a.m. . . .
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Tri-Parish Holy Week services; Easter services at Emmanuel Baptist
The Tri_Parish Catholic Community invites everyone to our Holy Week Liturgy. The scheduled times and days are: . . .
You are invited to join us at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Easter morning. . . .
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Lewiston St. work to begin
The City of Cottonwood is ready to begin a major street improvement project on Lewiston Street.  The project will involve replacing the sewer main line and rebuilding the street between the Kindergarten School and the Community Credit Union. . . .
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'Beautiful Lengths' program
On Friday, July 16, participants at the Clearwater to Salmon River Relay for Life at Grangeville High School  will be cutting ponytails in celebration of cancer survivors. . . .
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Library update
Everyone is asking how things are going at the Library. . . .
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Tri-Parish Youth activities for April
Dear Youth in Christ,
Let us turn to the cross and resurrection of love as we enter into the sacred season of Easter. . . .
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Second Ladies Night Out scheduled
As part of their second Susan G. Komen for the Cure grant St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics is sponsoring their second Ladies Night Out function at their Cottonwood Medical Clinic on Thursday, April 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. . . .
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Fernandez is Employee of the Month
The Customer Service team at St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics selected Tina Fernandez as the April Employee of the Month. . . .
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Chamber of Commerce to meet
The April meeting of the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce will be held on Thursday, April 8th in the Duman Mini Mall at 11:30. . . .
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Pirates suffer first loss; Basketball awards given; Sigler is 1-A player of the year; PHS nominees for North Idaho Sports awards
The Prairie baseball team suffered their first loss of the season as they lost a non-league game 7-11 at Orofino . . .
Awards were handed out for the PHS boys basketball team . . .
David Sigler was named the Class 1-A state basketball player of the year by the Idaho Statesman in their March 28 edition. . . .
Nominees were announced last week for the 2010 North Idaho Sports Banquet awards with several Prairie High School individuals and teams among the nominees. . . .
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Lady Pirates beat McCall-Donnelly 20-4
After a pair of rainouts, the Prairie Lady Pirates got back on the field Saturday, March 27, and clobbered McCall-Donnelly 20-4 in their home opener. . . .
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Track team competes at Kamiah
Kyler Shumway, Brock Heath, MaKayla Schaeffer and the girls 4x100 relay team all picked up wins at an 11 team track meet held at Kamiah Thursday, March 25. . . .
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Summit holds hotshot competitions
Nearly two months of practice, shooting, and competition ended last week at Summit Academy, as their third annual Hotshot contest came to an end. . . .
School competition at Summit Academy produced three winners in the recently sponsored Inland Cellular Hotshot Contest, . . .
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Joyce Gehring-Sonnen of Blue Camas Salon, Cottonwood, cuts Judy Salisbury’s hair at the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life held in Grangeville last year.  Hair will again be cut at the July 16-17, 2010 Clearwater to Salmon River Relay for Life in Grangeville.   Hair will be donated to the “Beautiful Lengths” program, funded by Pantene and the American Cancer Society, to make wigs for cancer survivors.  Contact Tami Quick, 983-6505 with questions. See story at left.

Kim Harman of Cottonwood competed at the Camas Prairie Trapshoot at Walla Walla March 20-21 and won the Handicap New Shooter Singles High Lady award. She had never shot at registered birds before but got some pointers from some veteran shooters in her group that helped her to the win.

SMHC is sponsoring their second Komen for the Cure Ladies Night Out on April 15th.  The event will focus on activity, exercise and women’s health.  Stephanie Wagner, SMH Clinics Coordinator, is one of the event planners.  Women’s wellness exams will also be available.  Appointments can be made by calling 962-3267. See story at left.

Tina Fernandez, CMA, is St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics Employee of the Month.  She is Dr. Jack Secrest’s medical assistant. See story above left.

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