Turney is artisan of the month
Artisan of the month and displayed in the Library will be the creativity and talent of a lovely young lady, 17 year old, Kelly Turney, from Whitebird Idaho. It is a familiar name if you attended the Idaho County Fair Royalty crowning this year, as she received “ Miss Congeniality.” She has also been a familiar face and name for the past several years in the 4-H program winning many awards. She has many young friends in this community.
Kelly is the daughter of Bob and Ellie Turney. She was born in Baja Mexico where her parents ran an Orphanage for five years. At the age of three her family moved back to Idaho and an area they all have come to love, near Hammer Creek on the Salmon River.
This is Kelly’s profile:
I am 17 years old and entering my senior year as a home schooler. I really enjoy spending time with my dog Sunny and have done 7 years of 4-H with her, winning Grand Champion in Fitting and Showing 4 times and Obedience 3 times.
I am President and Co-founder of Cornerstone Theater in Grangeville. We perform 1-2 plays a year and the proceeds from the performances go to a charity.
I am a purple belt in Goju Shorei Karate and enjoy doing that very much.
I am also participating in the Congressional award and am almost halfway done.
My hobbies include writing, drawing, reading and photography. I love doodling for my own pleasure, but I really enjoy taking pictures of my friends, my dog and so many more fun aspects of life.
I love to capture the beauty around me and freeze it in a single moment.
A thespian for Christ ~Kelly
This is only a thumb nail sketch of Kelly’s talents. To view her photography is to see and appreciate beauty that surrounds us all, which she has captured on film.
Her writings and “doodling” will also please you..
Please drop by the Library and enjoy the display by this ambitious and delightful young lady. You will not be disappointed.
Kelly Turney, the Prairie Community Library Artisan of the Month is shown with a display of her work which will be at the Library this month.
She is holding one of her favorites. Photo by Laurine Nightingale.
We are a week closer to the Library annual Bräts and Brew Fest. Only 200 tickets are available. The cost is $20 in advance or $25 at the door and are available at the library or from any board member. Once again, there will be a table reserved for guests to join others who are attending alone. This has been a welcomed addition in the past. Table reservations are available by calling the library.
Have you picked up your entry form for that special dish you plan to prepare? If in doubt, drop by the library and browse the German cook for suggestions. Don’t forget we need sausage and brew! Each entrant receives a free dinner ticket and the first place winner in each of the five categories will receive a $50 bill.
Entries forms must be returned to the library by Monday, October 21. Any received after that date will not be eligible for competition.
Donations are arriving for the auction. Anyone wishing to make a donation may drop it off at the library or call the library at 962-3714 and it will be picked up.
There are several new books in the library just waiting to be checked out. Come in and see what is available. While there be sure to check the Artist of the month display. Kelly Turney, seventeen year old from Whitebird has a lovely display of photos, paintings and sketches.
The latest update on Library board member, Janice Schnider was received recently along with a new address. Her daughter reports that she remains much the same, is on hospice care and has been transferred to a nursing facility much more like a home
Cards and letters can be mailed to:
11572 Blue Heron Lane NE.
Aurora Oregon, 97002