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Glenwood News 

Rodeo stars head to Las Vegas

 


A while back we reported on the success of members of Team Billy. Billy Valdez and several of his children and grandchildren have been racking up wins in Indian rodeos throughout this season. Now we learn that four grandchildren of Billy and Alta Valdez will be competing in the Indian National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas this November. Those qualifying are Jordan Dove, Courtney and Cloey Frazier, and the youngest of the four, 10-year old Emma Bear Patterson. This is a wonderful achievement, and their large, extended family and all of Glenwood are very proud of them. We wish them good luck in Las Vegas and will be waiting to hear the results.

Because the news items for this column need to be submitted several days before the papers are actually published, some news becomes obsolete or in error by the time readers see the column. Such is the case regarding the Glenwood weather statistics and the dry forest conditions. We’ve had several days of very welcome, wetting rain recently, which has greatly reduced wildfire danger in our area. The burn ban for our fire district has been lifted as of Oct. 4.

Carla Dillenburg spent last weekend on the Oregon coast for her annual family ladies’ retreat. This is always such a special, meaningful time for Carla and her family.

Here’s a chance to meet the candidates running for offices in our county or legislative district. There will be a “Meet the Candidates” night at the Goldendale Grange on Thursday, Oct. 13, beginning at 6 p.m. This is a chance to meet those who represent us and find out where they stand on issues that affect us here in Glenwood. Light refreshments will be served at the event.

We want to remind parents that school will be dismissed at noon on Friday, Oct. 14.

Also on the 14th, eight Glenwood high school students will travel to Mark Morris High School in Longview to participate in the AWSL Fall Leadership Conference. Those chosen to attend include ASB president Madi Couch, vice-president and treasurer Kinley Troh, secretary Carmen Guzman, and class presidents Colton Troh, Crysta Warren, and Brooklyn Emerson. Also chosen to attend are ASB members Bella couch and Marquis Tyndall. This is a great opportunity for our students to strengthen their leadership skills while meeting other student leaders from across the state.

We’re hoping for a good turnout to support our Glenwood Eagles middle school girls’ volleyball team on Monday, Oct. 17 at 5:30 p.m.. These girls are having an amazing season and are so fun to watch and support. Come on out and cheer the girls on as they take on Centerville. The concession stand will be open during the game so you can purchase snacks.

The last Klickitat/Glenwood high school girls’ volleyball league game held here in the Glenwood gym will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 6 p.m. Our girls will take on the strong Sunnyside Christian team and are hoping for a good turnout of supportive community members.

Student picture re-takes will occur on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 8 a.m.

Don’t forget to purchase tickets for the annual fall prime rib dinner by Friday, Oct. 21. The dinner will be held in the school multi-purpose room on Wednesday, the 26th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $25 for individuals, $40 per couple, and $50 for a family of four, with the option to add additional children for $10 each. Proceeds of this dinner support the fundraising efforts of the classes 2017 and 2020. Please contact the school office or students Bella Couch, Brooklyn Emerson, Kevin Bren, Carmen Guzman, Marquis Tyndall, Andy McFall, Andrew Dechand, or Colton Troh to purchase your tickets.

 

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