By Glenwood Womens Club
Glenwood News 

Where did summer go?


September 5, 2018

How did it get to be September already? The summer seemed to fly by. Just a reminder, kids are out and about on their bikes and walking to and from school, so please slow down through town and watch out for them. Thanks.

Volleyball season is upon us and the first home game in Glenwood will be Thursday, Sept. 6 against Stevenson. Game time is at 6 p.m., so let’s hope for a good turnout to support our Klickwood girls. Next week they’ll play at Bickleton on Tuesday and at Lyle on Thursday. We wish our Klickwood girls and their coach Jaecee Hoctor a great season.

Here is a bit more detailed information on county fair results for some of our Glenwood kids. At the style review before the fair, Jayla Avila received the Judge’s Choice award for modeling her lovely blue dress, which went on to State Fair competition. She also received a blue ribbon for her craft project and Top of Show for her jam. Jayla’s brother Anthony received a Judge’s Choice award for his apron and a blue ribbon for his jelly.

Joslyn Arnold finished second in class for Market steer and went into the championship Market steer class competition. Joslyn and her family finished second in the team penning competition.

Frank Lorton and his pig received blue ribbons in both swine classes. His pig was sold to Holcomb Sentry. His sister Macie received a blue in Market class and Reserve Champion in showmanship, for which she received a beautiful buckle in addition to her ribbon.

Other Mt. Adams 4-H kids showing their pigs received blues. Kaitlyn Masden received Champion Market Hog in her class. Emma Odom also received a Champion Market Hog award in her class. Kinley Troh received blue ribbons in both Market and showmanship classes. The Mt. Adams 4-H kids had a successful and fun county fair this year. Thanks again to everyone who supported their efforts.

Toni Troh, along with her dad and sister, won the open penning in the county competitions. Toni also received Grand Champion for a photo of her daughter, Kinley.

Open house at Glenwood School will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. This is a good opportunity to see your child’s classroom, get a look at the curriculum they will be using, as well as a chance to meet some of the parents and children new to Glenwood School.


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