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Classified staff earn recognition
Glenwood News for March 21
March 19, 2013
Governor Jay Inslee continued the tradition of recognizing classified school employees last week. The P.S.E. began recognizing the importance of support staff to the educational process 26 years ago. This year Glenwood's classified educational support professionals include: Kim Thomas, Pam Keithly, Emma LaVallie, Taunie Wilson, Pat Bales, Tammy Hathaway, Bo Arnold, Kelly Miller, Chris Kuhnhausen, Debbie Woodward, Lori Avila, Diane Burgin and Jessica Molneaux. Kudos to each of these ladies for contributing to the positive educational experience the Glenwood students receive!
The Glenwood's Got Talent show is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on March 20 in the Glenwood School gym. The show will showcase local talent (young and old alike) for the community's enjoyment. I have been amazed by the variety of talents our local people have shared at previous shows! Be sure to attend this free event for an evening of entertainment.
Thank you to community members and out-of-town guests for the huge support of the Glenwood Volunteer Firemen's turkey dinner on March 16. Stacy Baker reported that this was the largest turnout for the dinner as an estimated 250 to 300 people were served! The volunteers will use the proceeds from the dinner to purchase much-needed equipment including turnouts! Stacy also wished to thank everyone who worked so hard preparing, serving or cleaning up after the dinner. In addition...a big thanks to the fire crews from outlying districts for their support of this annual event!
March 23: High school track meet in Sherman County at 11 a.m.
March 6: Scrapbooking with Jennifer at 2:45 p.m.
March 29: Middle school track meet in White Salmon at 4 p.m.