Updated July 21, 2011
School Board meets
Cheyenne Hudson of Grangeville was approved as the new varsity volleyball coach at the July meeting of the school board Monday, July 18. . . .
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School district to yard sale surplus items
With the closing of a building and the cleaning of rooms, we are going to have excess items that will be for sale. . . .
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Raspberry Festival set for August 7
The 19th Annual Raspberry Festival will be held Sunday, August 7, at the Monastery of St. Gertrude, 465 Keuterville Road, in Cottonwood. . . .
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Stress management classes offered
St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics is partnering with Deanna English, RN, to offer an eight week series of classes on stress management. . . .
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Tri-Parish Youth participate in Relay for Life
The Tri-Parish Catholic youth participated in the Relay for Life on July 15th and 16th. . . .
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Jam'n in the Park at Craigmont
July 14 saw the second Thursday evening session of Jamín in the Park at the Craigmont City Park.  . . .
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Grangeville YWCA to hold open house
The Grangeville outreach office of the YWCA will host an open house Thursday July 21 from 1:00 to 4:00. . . .
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All-Stars place 2nd
The Cottonwood Little League all-stars finished 2nd in the tournament at Grangeville . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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Leianne Everett, SMHC Chief Operating Officer, is pictured at the St. Maryís Hospital Award cabinet.  Clearwater Valley Hospital and SMHC will receive the IHA 2011 Community Benefits Award for their telemedicine program. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Vivian Wilson from Spaulding Park conducted the summer reading program last Thursday.  She showed us the different types of houses the Nez Perce lived in and explained the lifestyle and habits of the people who lived here before us.  She also provided us with a craft that resembled a Nez Perce suitcase and an origami fortune teller to help us learn about the different homes.  The kids were all very attentive and learned a lot from Vivian.  The reading program will resume again this Thursday.  We will be discussing Italy and have a fun craft.  Photo provided by Aleta Coppernoll. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Shown is the Tri-Parish Youth Relay for Life team. Bottom Row: (Left to Right)- Anthony Karel, Amanda Dinning, Holli Uhlorn, Beth Dinning, John Mager, Garrett Workman. Middle Row: (Left to Right)-Katherine Nida, Jessica Kaschmitter, Silas Whitley, Lydia Lustig, Stacie Dinning Back Row: (Left to Right) Debbie Chicane, Calista Karel, Kayla Johnson, Tyler Workman, Andrea Kaschmitter, Alex Duman, Clark Bruno, Mike Karel, Drew Cochran, Kyle Uhlenkott. Not pictured: Sheri Schumacher, Steven Kinzer. Click on the photo for a larger view. See story above left.

Shown are the seventy children that went to swimming lessons with the Center For Disocovery the past two weeks. Just a reminder the Center For Discovery is open from 8-5 this Thursday, July 21 to make crafts and go to the Summer Reading Program at the Prairie Community Library.  Next week Tuesday, July 26 we will be open from 8-5 to go to the Aquatic Center in Clarkston and then again on Thursday to make windchimes and stepping stones then its off to the Library for the last day of the Summer Reading Program.  Then our last day of the summer program will be on Wednesday, August 3 we will be going back to the Aquatic Center for a day of fun.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact Erin Shears at 962-7080 (Center) 962-5541 (Home), or 208-816-0202 (Cell). Click on the photo for a larger view.

With great joy the Benedictine Community of St. Gertrudeís invites you to join Sister Cynthia Schultz for her Perpetual Monastic Profession on Saturday, July 30, at 1:30 p.m. Reception to follow.
 
Ronald and Doris Sonnen and their family had a family reunion at Lake Wallowa near St. Joseph, Oregon on July 7-10. They did kayaking, swimming, hiking and a ride up to Mount Howard on the Gondola.  They even enjoyed a game of Minute to Win It.   Everyone had a great time. Photo provided by Janet Boyer.
 
Edna Johnston of Ferdinand will celebrate her 95th birthday on the 24th of July with family and friends at the home of her daughter, Joyce Lorentz, at 311 Church St. in Cottonwood. Joyce and her brothers Don, Ron and Larry invite you to stop by and congratulate their mother on a life well lived. No presents please, just you presence. Donít be surprised if Edna doesnít get you  your piece of cake and a drink because she is happiest when she is waiting on someone.
 
 
 

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