Several Greencreek area farmers left their own fields
to get the winter wheat crop harvested for Ralph Stubbers, who is having
back surgery this week. Photos by Heidi (Stubbers) McRoberts. Click on
the photos for larger views. See story at left.
The 2012 Idaho County Fair Royalty welcome you to
this year’s Fair. From left are 2nd Princess MaryFrancis Kaschmitter, Queen
Hannah Baker and 1st Princess Bailey Cullin. Behind them is some of the
décor in the Arena Building for this year’s 4-H Fashion Show and
the Royalty Night. See article at left for bios of each girl. Click on
the photo for a larger view.
LaRoy and Joan Kidder, grand marshals for the 2012
Idaho County Fair. Photo by Lorie Palmer. See story above left.
Earl Grief and Bret Tinker are pictured with a few
boys from Troop/Pack 638. Keigan Everett, Jared Coppernoll, Hunter Chaffee,
Carson Schmidt, Travis Alfrey, Cody Lockhart and Kevin Tillinghast. The
boys had a great time visiting with and getting to know some of the cyclists.
It was a great experience for the boys and their families. Photo by Shari
Chaffee. Additional photos on page 4 & 18. Click on the photo for a
Loren Alfrey, Anthony Karel and Rhonda Schmidt help
serve breakfast for Ride Idaho. It took a lot of planning with the Scout
parents to pull off this great event. Ride Idaho cyclists were very appreciative
of the breakfast the boys served. Photo by Shari Chaffee. Click on the
photo for a larger view.
Three Cub Scouts and their parents attended resident
camp located at Camp Grizzly. Those participating were Travis Alfrey
and his Mother Pat, Caleb Butler and his Mother Jessica, and Matt Coppernoll
and his parents Keith and Aleta. The theme for this years camp was
a pirate theme. The staff all dressed as pirates. We spent
3 days and 2 nights at camp. The days were filled with many activities
such as bb gun shooting, archery, map and compass, geology, water games,
pirate ship building and constructing ping pong ball cannons. The
most exciting activity was the survival island. The boys rode a boat
to the island and cooked crickets on a camp fire (sauteed in olive oil
and garlic and wrapped in spinach leaf). Every one ate at least one
and decided that's the only way to eat them. We got to stay up late one
evening and hike up to the meadow for a star talk. We learned the
names of many constellations and where they are located. There was
also a meteor shower that night, so we were able to see lots of meteors.
We enjoyed campfires, skits and songs every evening at the fire bowl.
We were able to earn some belt loops and sign off a few activities in our
books. We want to thank everyone who purchased popcorn from us last
fall, as this was the fundraiser that helped to send us to camp. In the
photo: left to right are Caleb Butler, Matt Coppernoll, Travis Alfrey.
Photo provided by Aleta Coppernoll. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Girl Scouts from Troop 3785 stop to pose for a picture
before starting their day at Silverwood. back row is Martina Everson,
middle row is Ciara Chaffee, Audrey Drake, Leann Lightfield, and Anna Everson,
front row is Rachael Gimmeson, Josie Remacle and Trinity Martinez.
Not pictured is Chloe Rowland and Madison Shears. Photo provided by Heather
Lightfield. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Shown are Stacie and Gary Milliman who donated the
and Jonathan Lloyd, right, who won it in the Prairie
Community Library drawing at the Raspberry Festival.
New at the Fairgrounds this year is a concrete walkway
through the midway area between the Agee Building and the Livestock Sale
Building and cattle pens (top photo). A concrete walkway was also poured
along the southside booth area as you head toward the gazebo (lower photo).
That strip also goes around the corner to the Farm & Ranch Museum.
Click on the photos for larger views.
Events at a Glance
(if you have an event you want on the events calendar,
contact Carol Altman at Cottonwood City Hall at email@example.com)
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