2011 in review, cont.
July 14
Cottonwood City Council grants Diocese right-of-way request so they can build new Prairie Faith Formation building
Fair Princess Merannda Chaffee is guest of Summer Reading Program
Relay for Life event set for Grangeville track on Friday
Wellness exams are available
Nuxoll plays on winning west squad at all-star football game
4-H horse show is held
Arlene Baerlocher is hospital employee of the month
Tri-Parish Youth Ministry holds “Fun in the Son.”
Quilts on display at library
Death: Amy Johnson, 88, July 4
July 21
Hospitals receive Idaho Hospital Association award
School Board meets with Cheyenne Hudson named as new head volleyball coach
Raspberry Festival set for Aug. 7.
Vivian Wilson from Spaulding Park is Summer Reading Program guest
Stress Mnanagement classes offered
Anna Marie Ahlers celebrates 77th birthday
Jam’n in the Park held on Thursdays at Craigmont City Park
Prairie Schools extracurricular assignments are made
70 children participate in Center For Discovery transportation to swimming lessons
Tri-Parish Youth have Relay for Life team
Edna Johnston of Ferdinand to celebrate 95th birthday
Sister Cynthia Schultz Perpetual Monastic Profession ceremony is July 30
Birth: Dominic Anthony Rehder, son of Chris and Amanda Rehder, grandson of Ken and Doreen Rehder and Jeff and Stacie Jackson, born July 4
Death: Joseph F. Beckman, 74, July 3.
July 28
School registration information given
7 girls vie for 2012 Fair Royalty
Dr. Marc Farnworth to begin seeing patients at St. Mary’s Clinic
Hank and Marie Lerandeau’s grandson Riley Way is on Lewiston’s State Little League championship team
Cub Scouts attend day camp
Michelle Sonnen and her daughter Allison Hale are guests of Summer Reading Program talking about their trip to Rome
Prairie School Supply Lists
Back to School eye exams are recommended
Girl Scouts have summer activities
Nezperce Garden Club receives state awards
4 Webelos cross over to Boy Scouts
Parking lot changes made at Elementary School
Anniversary: Bill and Virginia Crea note 50th
Death: Kenneth R. Terhaar, 71, 
August 4
Raspberry Festival is Sunday
Carletta Allen talks about her trip to India as guest of the Summer Reading Program
Turnbay project started at intersection of Jentges Road and U.S. 95.
Transitional Care Service enhanced
Scouts got to Camp Grizzly
Group of 17 from Kooskia to participate in Raspberry Festival Fun run
Summit School Supply lists
Top 3 readers of Summer Reading Program receive awards
Death: Dorothy M. Braucher, 72, July 23
August 11
Cottonwood City Council approves FY 2012 budget
Dog Bark Park to be on MTV
Elementary School to hold open house
Tri-Parish picnic is held
Cub Scouts attend Camp Grizzly
Raspberry Festival event results listed
Who will kiss the pig this year
Gonzaga University Choir to perform at Monastery
Father Lyle Kone C.S.s.R. celebrates Golden Jubilee as well as birthday
Engagements: Mary Shears and Kyler Shumway; Carolyn Sonnen and Kyle Groom
Births: Treyton Richard Lucas, son of Richie and Christel Lucas, grandson of Eloise and the late Rich Riener; Olivia Katherine Duclos, daughter of Pam and Andy Duclos, granddaughter of Henry and Marlene Duclos and Dick and Katie Remacle, August 3
Death: Sonya A. “Sunny” Scarano, 75, August 5
August 18
Idaho County Fair is this week
Pat and Judy Long of Grangeville are grand marshals
School board meets
Megan Wilson earns Doctorate of Nursing Practices degree
Betty Campbell honored as 4-H leader through Wells Fargo’s volunteer service awards program
Idaho County’s high school football coaches are Kiss the Pig nominees
Cindy Schnider is hospital employee of the month
Groundbreaking done at site of new Prairie Faith Formation building
Death: Gary Ross Dale, Sr., 76, August 9
Birth: Zane William Duclos, son of Chris and Stephanie Duclos, grandson of Henry and Marlene Duclos
Hospitals become outreach partners to promote OB health
August 25
Kelsey Tidwell is top overall showman at Idaho County Fair
New royalty are Queen Hannah Baker, 1st Princess Bailey Cullin and 2nd Princess Mary Francis Kaschmitter
Sarah Baune and Samantha Keating win Friends of 4-H Awards
Lewis County Royalty entry is best of show at Fair parade
3 attend TSA nationals
Livestock sale grosses over $240,000
Pigtail contest held
Hospital sponsors school supplies drive
Donna (Hilbert) Zellers writes children’s book, she is daughter of Mike Hilbert, former Cottonwood business owner and a graduate of St. Gertrude’s Academy
Birth: Cheyenne Marie Herzog, daughter of Chris and Karel Herzog, granddaughter of Urban and Laura Wassmuth, July 14
Death: Thomas F. Goeckner, 68, August 20
Sept. 1
Youth to fast to raise money for needy
Summit Academy’s Mystery Night is Sept. 25
LCSC plans Grangeville event
Volleyball team to hold “Think Pink” Fundraiser for breast cancer awareness
Youth ministry activities for September
38 turn out for PHS football
21 on PHS volleyball squad
Summit wins volleyball opener
Girl Scouts hold campout
Mike Karel honored at Eagle Scout Court of Honor
Sept. 8
Second Hand Treasures has new look
Highway work at top of White Bird Hill
Library receives grant from U.S. Bank
Syringa Hospital has 2 new doctors
Pirates lose to Genesee in football opener 8-36
Lady Pirates beat Summit, lose to Genesee, Nezperce
Summit loses at Logos
Anniversaries: Dick and Katie Remacle, 50th; John and Nadine Fuchs, 50th; Ed and Wilma Wassmuth, 50th
Sept. 15
Cottonwood City Council meets
150 year anniversary discussed at Chamber meeting
Hospital and Clinics presents payback from sports physicals to PHS, Summit
Kathy Ward is hospital employee of the month
Prairie Elementary School elects student body officers
Superintendent Rene’ Forsmann reports on changes at the schools this year
Pirates come back to beat Deary 14-6
Lady Pirates lose to Troy, beat Lapwai
Prairie and Summit participated at the Kendrick Tournament with Summit taking 2nd  place while Prairie lose in the 3rd place match
Girl Scouts hold first meeting of new year
Booster Club Golf Scramble is held
Healthy Horizons series resumes
Diabetes Support group resumes
Packed house enjoys Gonzaga Choir
Sharon Kelly Eckert is artist of the month at the library
Birth: Benjamin Paul Schwartz, son of Jared and Annmarie Schwartz, grandson of Wayne and Joyce Goeckner and Ralph and Karen Schwartz, Sept. 6
Death: Sr. M. Petronilla Lieser, 91, Sept. 7
Engagements: Gina Lynn Holthaus and Dean Andrew Mosman, bride is daughter of Tim and Karol Holthaus; Briget Long and Shawn Forsmann, bride is daughter of Pat and Sheila Long, groom is son of Wayne and Dar Forsmann; Conrad Michael Arnzen and Jennifer Renee Gillespie, Conrad is son of Harold and Jeanne Arnzen; Cody Funke and Shauntell Swearingen, Cody is son of Ron Funke and grandson of Don and Teresa Funke.
(To be continued)

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