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Join us to honor Lorene

 


The Glenwood Community recently said goodbye to a dear lady who showed us all what a life well lived truly means. Friends of Lorene Ladiges are invited to a Celebration of Life potluck at the Ladiges home. The gathering at 70 Lake Rd. will take place Saturday, May 26, from 11 a.m. until whenever. We will share the moving words from the invitation here, just as the family wrote them: “A life well lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us as we celebrate the life of Lorene Ladiges with a potluck gathering. Bring a dish to share and your fun memories. Let’s remember the happy times, raise a glass with cheer and celebrate in honor of her life. The family will supply hamburgers and hot dogs. There will also be an ice cream bar to enjoy Lorene’s favorite food—there’s always room for ice cream.”

The Glenwood Homemakers Club has been nominated to receive the 2018 Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Community Leadership Award for the Columbia River Region. The Homemakers are being recognized for their service to the Glenwood School District and the Glenwood Community.

The award letter reads, in part, “For the last 40 years, you have shown your support for students by hosting the annual awards banquet, which is a longstanding tradition that the students, staff, and community look forward to every year, as well as providing a scholarship for both high school and college students. The help that you provide to your community is also invaluable—jumping in to meet local needs, providing treasured moments at the Christmas concert, and lightening families’ darkest days by preparing and serving meals at funerals. All of your efforts to support students and your community are admirable and greatly appreciated.”

The Homemakers have been invited to attend the Honorary Awards Breakfast Ceremony in Vancouver on May 18. Congratulations, Homemakers, for this well-deserved award. We in the Glenwood community greatly appreciate everything you do for all of us.

High School senior Madi Couch and her mother, Heather Gimlin, were the honored guests at the annual Glenwood School’s Mother’s Day Tea held on May 10. Retired Glenwood School employees Anita Wellenbrock and Eileen Brashers hosted the fun event. The tables were beautifully decorated and approximately 30 people enjoyed sharing memories of their mothers, watching some very moving movie shorts about motherhood, and good visiting.

Glenwood High School sophomore Andrew McFall, the lone high school golf team member this year, had a good showing at sub-District on May 8. Andy placed high enough in the rankings to become second alternate to District competition. At sub-District, he took 10 strokes off his last year’s sub-District score, showing great improvement in his golf game. Way to go, Andy.

The Glenwood Eagles high school track team will compete at the regional track meet in Toppenish on Friday, May 18. Good luck, Eagles.

The freshman class will be hosting a woodcutting opportunity on Saturday, May 19, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fisher Hill Road. The class will be accepting donations at the gate. For more information on the woodcutting site, contact the school at (509) 364-3438.

The Glenwood School spring concert will be held on Wednesday, May 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the gym. Students from kindergarten through 10th grade will be singing and playing instruments under the direction of music teacher Jennifer Hallenbeck.

The Glenwood Ketchum Kalf Rodeo is seeking candidates for the 2019 rodeo queen. Columbia Gorge-area girls ages 14 to 19 years of age as of Jan. 1, 2018 are invited to try out. Please call Roxie Clemmer at (509) 364-3539 or email her at clemmerinc@gmail.com. Tryouts will be held at the Glenwood Rodeo Grounds on June 16 and 17.

 

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