By Glenwood Womens Club
Glenwood News 

Saturday night was electrifying


September 11, 2019

Wow! That was quite a thunderstorm we had Saturday night. It hovered over and around us for quite a while. Although our valley did lose power, we are very thankful for our dedicated PUD employees who got it back on in just a few hours. We appreciate all they do, often in the most treacherous, inclement conditions. We also greatly appreciate our Glenwood volunteer fire department members who went out in the storm to look for a fire reported north of Glenwood, plus other reported fires. Thank you.

For those who haven’t yet heard, there will be two memorial services for Teunis Wyers. The first will be at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 19, at Anderson's Tribute Center, 1401 Belmont Avenue in Hood River. The second will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, at the Tin Roof Barn in Husum, 984 Highway 141.

Our high school volleyball girls will compete on Friday the 13th in the Sundome Volleyball Festival in Yakima. Contact Coach Jaecee Hoctor at the school for start time. Good luck, Klickwood. They will also play at Goldendale on Monday the 16th at 6 p.m. The first home game in Glenwood will be Thursday, the 19th at 6 p.m. with Stevenson.

Just a reminder, Wednesday the 18th will be a half day for the Glenwood school students.

The first Kids Jam of the school year at Glenwood Pioneer Memorial Community Church will be Oct. 4 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. All kids ages Kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to come to the church for a fun evening of Bible adventure, music, games, sciency fun, and more. Dinner is included! Call Pastor Butch or Jennifer for more information at (509) 364-3571.

The Glenwood Pioneer Memorial Community Church Youth Group will kick off next Sunday, Sept. 15 at 4 p.m. All sixth through 12th grade students are invited to attend. After next week, the group will meet at the regular time, Sunday evenings at 6 p.m.

Doug Daniels reports that our August 2019 rainfall was 0.65 inches. The August high over the last 24 years of record keeping was 1.6 inches in 2004, the low was 0.0 in six different years, and the 24-year August average is 0.34 inches. Thanks for sharing these statistics with us, Doug.


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