By Glenwood Womens Club
Glenwood NEws 

Four girls in winter volleyball


January 22, 2020

Kinley Troh, a 2019 graduate of Glenwood High School and daughter of Toni and Bill Troh, has made the President’s List for fall quarter at Columbia Basin College. Students who earn 12 credits or more in course levels of 100 or above and achieve a GPA of 3.85 to 4.00 for the quarter are named to the President’s Honor Roll. Congratulations, Kinley. What a great achievement for your first quarter of college.

The memorial service for Jackie Rosier will be Saturday, Jan. 25, at 1 p.m. at the Pioneer Memorial Community Church. A dinner in the school multipurpose room will follow the service. Jackie loved helping children and was very involved in the church’s Operation Christmas Child shoebox ministry, a ministry that reaches children around the world with the love of Christ. Donations to that ministry dear to Jackie’s heart may be made in her name to Pioneer Memorial Community Church, PO Box 36, Glenwood, WA 98619.

Wyatt Bloom, grandson of Karen Bloom, is the 2019 Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals bareback champion. With this win, Wyatt has qualified to compete in the National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Kissimmee, Florida in April of 2020. At this time, he hasn’t yet decided if he will make that long trip, but he has certainly had an amazing year of competition. Congratulations, Wyatt.

There is still time to make reservations for the crab feed on Monday, Feb. 3, sponsored by the class of 2020. Crab dinners are $25 per person and include 1 and a half crabs, salad, bread, dessert, and beverage. If crab isn’t to your liking, you can order a chef salad dinner for $9, which includes choice of toppings, bread, dessert and beverage. This is always a fun night and the class of 2020 would greatly appreciate your support. Contact Toni at the school office or any of the seniors to reserve your dinner.

Four Glenwood girls are enjoying participating in the winter season of Goldendale Club Volleyball. Joslyn Arnold (8th grade - U14 gold), Peyton Sanchey (7th grade - U14 purple), Macie Lorton (5th grade - U12 gold), and Jocee Hoctor (4th grade - U12 black) competed in their first tournaments on Jan. 5. Joslyn and Peyton competed against other clubs at Kiona-Benton HS in Benton City while Macie and Jocee competed at West Valley HS in Yakima. Last Sunday, July 19, Macie and Jocee competed in White Salmon against several other teams from the Gorge area. Participating in club volleyball is giving these young girls the ability to gain new and better volleyball skills, greater confidence in their abilities, and the chance to make many new friends. If you would like to attend any of their tournaments, check with their moms for tournament dates and locations. We wish the girls good luck as they compete this season.

One last reminder that there is still time to help Mt. Adams Community 4-H Club with their book drive. The 4-H club is collecting new or gently used books for our local hospitals. They will be accepting book donations until Friday, Jan. 24. Books may be dropped off at the school office, in a donation box available for this very worthwhile project. In addition, the 4-H kids and leaders will be in charge of concessions at the high school basketball games here on Jan. 31. They will be opening the concession stand at 5:30 p.m. and we’ve heard rumors of lots of delicious items on the menu, including hot dogs, chili dogs, chili bowls, nachos, and maple bars in addition to the regular concession items. Come out and have a tasty dinner while supporting our local youth and the Klickwood basketball teams as they play Trout Lake.

Don’t forget the exciting snowmobile races on Feb. 1 and 2. Vintage Snowmobile Races will take place at the ice oval track, 1807 BZ-Glenwood Highway starting at 10 a.m. and include several different classes. There is a suggested donation of $10 at the gate for spectators. Races include all sleds model year 1985 and older, and registration closes at 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31. There is a $25 pre-entry fee plus $10 insurance fee. Contestants may register or receive more information regarding the races at, or by contacting Eddie Murray by telephone at (509) 250-0576 (cell) or (509) 364-3352 (home).


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