of the St. John Bosco Academy class of 2020 flip their tassels after
receiving their diplomas. Photo provided by St. John Bosco Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.
speaker Kim Frei directs her speech to the members of the SJB class of
2020. Photo provided by St. John Bosco Academy. More with the
graduation story top left. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Jacobs lays the wreath at the Ferdinand Cemetery during VFW Post 4902’s
Memorial Day Ceremony. They followed with another ceremony at the
Keuterville Cemetery. More photos in article above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.
layout for the PHS graduation ceremony this Friday, May 29 at 5 p.m.
Grads will sit in the bleachers while their parents will be seated in
the football field. On the visitor side of the football field a limit
of 2 vehicles per graduate will be allowed for grandparents/friends and
they will need to stay in their vehicles. Click on the photo for a
graduation parade route. Vehicles will leave the football field,
follow Butler St. to Lewiston St., take Lewiston St. to Front
St., follow Main St. down past Cottonwood Foods, turn around and come
back along Main St., turn on King St. and follow the 95 Business Loop
back to its intersection with East St. Click on the photo for a larger
April 6 Cara Duman, Risa Mader, and
Stacie Jackson took the “Bull By The Horns” and started a meal service
for families in the Cottonwood School District. Together they bagged
and boxed 9,252 meals just in the month of April. They loaded meals on
buses and opened the back of the elementary school for grab and
go. The ladies expect to serve the same number of meals
during the month of May. A big THANK YOU to Cara, Risa and
Stacie. Photo submitted by Rene’ Forsmann. Click on the photo for a
time to Salute our Girl Scounts Seniors. We salute Girl Scout
Ambassador Ciara Chaffee, troop 3785, of Cottonwood, ID. Ciara shares,
“12 years of Girl Scouts has helped my life in so many ways. I have
learned how to use creative thinking to solve problems throughout
earning my badges. I have become a better person and an active member
in my community through service projects. It has inspired me to do good
for others and to try and make the world a better place. Girl Scouts
has helped me become strong and confident in myself. Girl
Scouts has not only helped me but I feel that it has helped thousands
of other girls feel like they belong in this world. I feel very blessed
to have been apart of such a wonderful group and I have loved being a
role model to younger girls.” Click on the photo for a larger view.
on the August Seubert farm just outside of Cottonwood with a Lawson
Tractor. From the Hoene photo collection courtesy of Gus Hoene. Click on the photo for a larger view.
photo of Agnes Seubert and Clem Wemhoff from the Hoene photo
collection, courtesy of Gus Hoene. Click on the photo for a larger view.
March and August Hoene as youngsters. From the Hoene family photo
collection, courtesy of Gus Hoene (grandson of August.) Click on the
photo for a larger view.
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