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Iron Mustangs qualify

 

April 18, 2018



We are saddened to hear of the passing of Lorene Lewis Ladiges. Lorene spent all of her 94 years in Glenwood and married Hank Ladiges after high school. She is the beloved mother of Kathleen, Warren, and Anita, and worked as the Glenwood school cook and Department of Natural Resources summer cook for many years. Lorene will be remembered for her great sense of humor and her gentle, sweet nature. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. A service for Lorene will be held at Gardner’s Funeral Home in White Salmon at noon on Friday, April 20th. A graveside service will be held at the Mt. Adams Cemetery in Glenwood, followed by a luncheon in the school multi-purpose room. Our deepest condolences go to Kathleen, Warren, and Anita and all their extended families.

Forrest Putnam, son of Nate and Betsy Putnam, is a member of the Iron Mustangs robotics team from Trout Lake High School. Forrest and his team have qualified for the FIRST Robotics Competitions (FRC) world championships this week in Houston, Texas. That’s world championships! The Iron Mustangs qualified by placing near the top in Regional competitions that included Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. What a great achievement. FIRST is an organization that emphasizes the use of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in this fast-growing world of technology in which we live. Congratulations, Forrest and your Iron Mustangs teammates. We will look forward to hearing about your experiences in Houston.

The Glenwood Eagles high school track teams fared very well at the Dick Horyna Invitational in Stanfield last Friday. Glenwood was the only 1B team in the meet with 13 other teams, including several 1A, 2A, and 3A schools. The girls’ 4 X 100 meter relay team of Nahaleigh Schuster, Kinley Troh, Bella Couch, and Brooklyn Emerson finished 6th. Brooklyn Emerson finished 4th in the 100 meters, 1st in the pole vault with a vault of 8 ft. 7 inches, and 1st in the long jump. Mary Valdez finished 21st in the 100 meters and 4th in the javelin. Nahaleigh Schuster placed 5th in the 100 meter hurdles and 9th in the long jump. Kinley Troh placed 8th in the shot put, 3rd in the discus, and 2nd in the triple jump. Carmen Guzman placed 14th in the shot put and 16th in the discus. Bella Couch placed 18th in the long jump and 5th in the triple jump.

On the boys’ side, the 4 X 100 relay team consisting of Duly Morris, Andy McFall, Nolan Ryan, and Kevan Bren finished 5th. Kevan Bren placed 3rd in the 100 meters, 4th in the 200 meters, and 3rd in the long jump. Derek Gimlin placed 15th in the shot put, 15th, in the discus, and 5th in the javelin. Preston Bartek placed 15th in the shot put and 22nd in the discus. Nick Palmer placed 18th in the shot put and 11th in the javelin. Andy McFall placed 12th in the discus and 13th in the javelin. Duly Morris finished 2nd in the pole value and 12th in the long jump. Nolan Ryan finished 9th in the long jump. Way to go, Eagles.

School will be dismissed at noon on Friday, April 20 and Wednesday, April 25. The high school track team will be competing in White Salmon starting at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 20.

The Glenwood High School student body will host this year’s prom on Saturday, April 21, in The Dalles. Glenwood students will join students from Klickitat, Lyle, and Wishram at the Riverenza for an evening of Rustic Romance. The spirit of all these small schools working together to ensure a fun, well attended prom is inspiring.

Congratulations to the Glenwood High School and Middle School students who made the honor roll for third term. It was great to see how that list has grown. Keep up the good work.

The Goldendale Home, Garden & Sportsman’s Show will take place April 27-29, beginning at noon the first day. You may check the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce website under Event for more information.

Come to the Camas Prairie Pioneer Meeting, on Sunday, May 6 to hear Kay Carr, Lyle Schilling, and Richard Hansen talk about their family connections to the original James O. Lyle/Snipes family that settled here in Klickitat County. The meeting starts at 1 pm with potluck lunch and business meeting at the Community Church. If you want to skip the potluck and business, plan to arrive for the program around 1:45 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

 

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