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More Glenwood rodeo winners


September 19, 2018

Congratulations to Casey Arnold for winning the Cow Milking at the Pendleton Roundup. That’s a huge win and Casey came home with nice belt buckles, Pendleton blankets, and a nice paycheck. His family and many friends were there to watch his exciting win at this major rodeo. Way to go, Casey.

While Casey was winning at Pendleton, former Glenwood resident Kaitlyn Masden was competing at the first Washington State High School Rodeo of the season in Longview. Kaitlyn a high school sophomore who now lives in Centerville and competes with the Goldendale High School rodeo team, finished first in the average and won a nice belt buckle. What a great way to start the season.

Glenwood middle school girls will have their first home volleyball game Thursday, Sept. 20 against Lyle. Game time is 5:30 p.m. Come on out to support these girls who have worked hard to get ready for this season. They will also have a home game on Monday, Sept. 24 against Klickitat and Thursday Sept. 27th with Trout Lake. Start time for those games is also 5:30 p.m.

The Klickwood high school girls’ team plays at Arlington on the 20th and will have a home game in Glenwood against Yakama Tribal at 6 p.m. They’ll have a home game in Klickitat on Thursday, the 27th, against Sunnyside Christian.

Glenwood Pioneer Memorial Community Church will have its first Friday for Kids event on Sept. 28 from 5 to 9 p.m. All kids in kindergarten through sixth grade are welcome to attend. The evening starts with dinner at 5 p.m., then the kids will experience exciting bible adventures, great music, cool crafts, and fun games. Parents, you will need to check your children in when they are dropped off, leave a number where you can be reached, and enjoy your evening while your kids are well cared for. Future First Friday for Kids will be held on the first Friday of every month. Call the church at (509) 364-3571 if you have questions.

Darryl Lloyd will be offering a free presentation on Mt. Adams and his new book, Ever Wild at the Flying L Ranch on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 13. Darryl has a seven-decade history with Mt. Adams and, with his family, owned and operated the Flying L Ranch for many years. If you’re interested in attending, please give Julee an RSVP call at the Flying L, (509) 364-3488, so she can ensure there are enough seats available.

Glenwood Grange 94 would like to remind everyone that the Grange Hall is available for rent for meetings, parties, showers, dinners, and so on. Rental cost is $35/day. To reserve the hall, please contact Mary Pierce at (509) 364-3344 or Lois Dechand at (509) 364-3355.


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