By Glenwood Homemakers
Glenwood News 

Children's theater treasured by all


The Glenwood School and Missoula Children’s Theater production of the musical, Treasure Island, last Friday night was thoroughly enjoyed by a very large audience. The children learned all their lines and songs in just one week and did an awesome job. This was the Missoula Children’s Theater’s 11th visit to Glenwood and it is something the school children look forward to each year. Preceding the play, Glenwood School cooks Kim Thomas and Pam Keithly served a delicious chicken fettuccine dinner in the multipurpose room, with pirate cupcakes for dessert. Thank you Glenwood school and Kim and Pam for a wonderful evening.

This week is National School Breakfast week. Parents are invited and encouraged to come have breakfast with their children. Cost is $1.70 for adults and $1.20 for children.

The March bingo is this Friday, March 10, at 7 p.m. in the grange hall. Refreshments will be served. Bring lots of family and friends and come on out for a fun evening. Friday night’s attendance count will help determine whether Glenwood Women’s Club will continue hosting this monthly event and they are hoping for a good turnout.

Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead this weekend as we head into daylight savings time.

Glenwood Rodeo Association is beginning to plan for this year’s Ketchum Kalf Rodeo. A meeting will be held in the school library on Sunday, March 12 at 1 p.m.

All parents and community members are invited to attend a sports meeting on Monday, March 13. The meeting to discuss next year’s high school sports programs will be held in the school library at 7 p.m.

The Glenwood School spelling bee will be held in the multi-purpose room on Wednesday, March 15. This annual event will be hosted by the Glenwood High School National Honor Society and will start at 6 p.m. Grades first through eighth will be competing for the honors of top spellers.

Glenwood High School and Middle School track season is underway. Practices began Feb. 27. If you didn’t receive the meet schedules, contact Toni at the school to get them. The teams are hoping for lots of community support to cheer them on this spring.


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