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Parade still seeking entries


Congratulations to Brooklyn Emerson upon being selected as athlete of the week by the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association. Brooklyn, daughter of Mike and Cheyenne, competed in four events at the recent State track meet and medaled in three of them. Congratulations, Brooklyn, on receiving this state recognition.

We reported on the graduation of our lone senior, Madi Couch. We would like to also congratulate Forrest Putnam of Glenwood, son of Nate and Betsy Putnam, on his graduation from Trout Lake. Forrest has excelled in academics, cross country, and track during his four years at Trout Lake High School and we have a feeling he’ll continue to excel in his college career. Congratulations, Forrest.

Kinley Troh is in Ellensburg this week, representing our community at the 2018 Girls’ State. In the fall, Kinley plans to give a presentation at a school assembly and community members will be invited to attend and hear all about her experience in this great program.

The 84th annual Ketchum Kalf Rodeo is coming up this Father’s Day weekend, June 16 and 17. Mutton Bustin’ is one event every enjoys. It will be back again this year. If you have a child who wishes to participate, please sign up with Roxie Clemmer at 509-364-3539 or at Kids must be ages 4 through 7 and under 70 pounds. They must also wear a helmet, long sleeves, and long pants. Mutton Bustin’ will take place during both Saturday and Sunday performances.

Another favorite feature of the rodeo is the parade through downtown Glenwood on Sunday. Chris Kuhnhausen is seeking entries for the rodeo parade on Sunday, June 17. If you would like to decorate and enter a float, ride a bike or horse, drive a vintage car, or have another unique entry, forms can be obtained from Chris Kuhnhausen. She can be reached at (509) 364-3326. Parade line up is at 10 a.m. at the corner of Division and Main Street. Let’s hope for a large number of entries this year.

Dr. James Ogden and his bass-playing friend Jimmy will be bringing their music to Glenwood again this summer. Everyone is invited to Hoodenpyl Park on Thursday, June 21, at 7 p.m., to enjoy the beautiful long summer evening and listen to the music. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the fun.

The Glenwood rainfall in May was below average for the second month in a row, with a total of 0.51 inches. The May high was 4.8 inches in 1998 and the low was 0.3 inches in 2003. The 23-year average for May now stands at 1.40. Thanks, Doug Daniels, for providing these statistics.

Shipwrecked is the theme of this year’s Vacation Bible School at Glenwood Community Church. The exciting adventures will be held the week of June 25, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Lunch will be served each day. Ages 4 years through eighth grade are invited to come enjoy surprising adventures, creative games, amazing experiments, and incredible music. The Friday evening finale will be held June 29 at 6:30 p.m. Contact Pastor Butch and Jennifer at (509) 364-3517 for more information.


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