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Students visit the Wall

 

September 6, 2017



Students and staff from the Glenwood Schools visited The Wall That Heals in Goldendale last Friday. Some of the children located names of family members and it was a very meaningful, unforgettable experience for all of them. Thank you, Glenwood School District, for making this special field trip possible for our students.

In Klickitat County Fair news not included last week, we are happy to report that Emma Bear Patterson, daughter of Shane and Billie, and granddaughter of Billy and Alta Valdez, received the Grand Championship ribbon and a beautiful belt buckle for the Western Games. Some of you may remember that 10-year old Emma also won the Shawna Roberson Memorial Belt Buckle at the Glenwood Ketchum Kalf Rodeo this year. Congratulations on your successes, Emma.

Jayla Avila’s sewing project, a beautiful blue jumpsuit, will be going on to be judged at the State Fair. This is Jayla’s first year in 4-H sewing and she really represented her sewing club well. Wishing you the best of luck for State Fair, Jayla.

Gavin Bensel and Anthony Avila payed in their first football games of the season for White Salmon teams on August 26th. They both competed in the Jamboree in The Dalles.

Here’s another reminder that the Glenwood Women’s Club will resume bingo night this month. The first bingo night will be Friday, Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. in the grange hall. Bring your family and friends and come out for a night of fun.

The GlenwoodKlickitat high school girls’ volleyball team started their season with the Stevenson Jamboree on Tuesday. Their first regular match of the season is here at the Glenwood gym next Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. Come on out and cheer on our team.

Doug Daniels reported on our sparse precipitation for the month of August. We only received 0.08 inches. The high for the last 22 years of record keeping was 1.6 inches in 2004. The August low was 0, recorded five different times in that same period, and the average was 0.35 inches. Thanks, Doug, for keeping these records for us.

 

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