2011 in review, cont.
May 12
Justin Cox and Shaney Perrin are students of the month at PHS
Cottonwood receives Tree City award at council meeting
Elections are Tuesday
School Concert is Monday
Benefit yard sale set for Jill Seubert
Lady Pirates beat Genesee, sweep Timberline
Pirates sweep Huskies, edge Nezperce
Heath wins 3200 at Area Best Meet, Brandi Gehring wins 2 events at Lapwai meet
Youth attend retreat in Lapwai
Bailie Gehring received honorable mention in Arbor Day photo contest
Devin Schmidt and Meaghan Bruner are Prom King and Queen.
Middle School track team members earn medals at Lapwai Invitational
Angie Ahlers is hospital employee of the month
New front doors installed at Cottonwood Community Hall.
PHS Go Green team works to beautify PHS
Darbie Duclos wins $200 for Teachers contest
PHS drama department play set for May 24
Paint the Town Purple, Relay for Life event set
Engagement: Kelsie Ann Duclos and Nathan Daniel Duman. She is daughter of Brennan and Connie Duclos, he is son of Dave and Sally Duman
Anniversary: Richard and Ellen vonBargen to celebrate 50th anniversary
May 19
Hospitals receive prestigious award
School board meets
Lynn Johnson named mother of the year
Bands, choirs perform during Spring Concert
Lady Pirates swept by Colton in season finale
Pirates finish regular season with rout of Timberline but fall short of qualifying for District
Lady Pirates beat Potlatch, Troy to win District title
Schaeffer, Heath win two events each at Regional Track meet, 7 individual events, 3 relays qualify for state
Softball team is state academic champions for 1-A
3 qualify for state rodeo
Update on retractable flag project
Junior High Track team does well at league meet
Safety day set for June 4
Two Mars Rover teams compete at Moscow
Summit students take fitness challenge
Death: Winifred Mary Sprute May, 80, May 13; Edward J. Terhaar, 94, May 10
May 26
Lady Pirates win 4th state softball title with win over Notus and 2 wins over Genesee
36 to graduate
Girls 4x400 team wins at state
Childbirth education offered
HOSA students to attend nationals
29 graduate at NICI
Baseball awards are given
Rachel Wemhoff, Jamie Chmelik among those receiving Farm Bureau scholarships
Chinese Remembering conference set for June
Middle School chess championships held
Rebekah Bruner starts Go Green Group at PHS, does presentation for all students with Megan Sigler and Brock Heath
Summit Kindergartners visit fire station
Anniversary: Ted and Dolores Billups, 65th
June 2
Summit to graduate 2 students
PHS grads earn over $150,000 in scholarships
Blood drive set for June 7
Royalty candidates are sought
Retirement condo construction underway
Vacation Bible School planned
Drug drop-off set for Tuesday
PHS holds awards assembly
Next Ladies Night Out is set
Free Fishing Day is June 11
Memorial Day ceremonies held by VFW/American Legion
Mike Karel, Kayla Johnson, Sheri Schumacher receive PFFP scholarships
Art Show winners are named
Engagement: Shandri Kay Poxleitner and Bryce Lynn Stigum. She is daughter of Ed and Jackie Poxleitner.
June 9
New business, Purses Galore & More, opens in Cottonwood
Benefit planned for Nick Arnzen
Sister Clarissa Goeckner to be formally affirmed as Prioress after being re-elected.
Annual Consignment Sale held at Cottonwood Livestock Auction
Dr. Ron Sigler is hospital employee of the month
Hospital Foundation Golf Scramble set for July 10
Hunter Chaffee and Haily Danly win state KC hoop shoot
Track awards are given
Mike Karel awarded as Eagle Scout
Summit students participate in highway cleanup
Peg Uhlorn is libraryís artist of the month
Summer reading program to start
Deaths: Gerald T. Nuxoll, 79, June 1; Joseph L. Wessels, 81, June 5; James L. Konen, 84, May 30
June 16
PHS earns bronze ranking from U. S. News & World Report
Ideas sought for 150 year celebration
12 have perfect attendance at PMS
25 earn straight Aís at PHS
Summit honor roll announced
Summit students achieve perfect attendance
Hospitals introduce teledermatology
May attendance winners at PMS were Lucas Arnzen and Kyle Tillinghast
Raspberry Festival events seek entrants
Students named to deanís lists at UI and LCSC
Golf Scramble registrations being accepted
Healthy Horizons program praises losers
Bridges to be replaced on US 95
Lizz Forsmann is Winchester Rodeo Queen
Scouts do project at Joseph Cemetery
Movie to be filmed in area
Anniversary: George and Susan Schwartz 40th, Maurus and Karen Uhlorn, 50th
Engagement: Michelle Lee Huttash and Allen Frederick Sonnen, he is son of Joanne and the late Delmer Sonnen of Greencreek
Death: Dennis Walker, 68, June 4
Birth: Sydney Rose Knezvich to Carla and Will Knezvich of Spokane. Granddaughter of Jim and Denise Poxleitner
June 23
Pat Holthaus appointed to Cottonwood City Council
School budget adopted 
Crop tour set for Tuesday
Hospitals to increase frequency of MRI services
Community of St. Gertrude awarded Avista Foundation grant
Winchester Rodeo events planned
Rachel Wemhoff awarded Northwest Farm Credit Service scholarship
Butte translator to provide digital signal for Channel 12
31 make A honor roll at PMS
Death: Brent Ray Morris, 58, June 17
Births: Ty Jackson Heuett and Brooks Andrew Heuett, twins, May 22 to Jacob and Cheryl (Arnzen) Heuett of Boise. Grandsons of Larry and Patty Arnzen.
June 30
Greencreek Celebration set for Monday
School Board gives update on school buildings
Joe Riener was guest at the Summer Reading Program
Eye exams can help detect diabetes
Freebies available at Ladies Night Out
Sonesa Lundmark remakes sign at former Prairie Middle School to read Prairie Elementary School
Monastery to host retreat examining the spiritual dimension of painting
Spring Livestock Show is held
4-H day camp is held
Irma Tacke to celebrate 80th birthday
July 7
School District to have yard sale of surplus items
Wayne Arnzen is Greencreek 4th of July Celebration Grand Marshal
Derma Scanner featured at Ladies Night Out
Colton Nuxoll to play in All-Star football game
St. Maryís Church holds Vacation Bible School
Krystal Ellis and Jan Rehder are guests at Summer Reading Program
Winchester Open Rodeo results listed
Date changed for Brats & Brew
(to be continued)

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