Wednesday, April 25, 2001
The community of Glenwood would like to welcome its newest little resident. Miss Bailey Joyce Gimlin was born on April 19, 2001, to proud parents Brent and Amy Gimlin. The beautiful little baby weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. Grandparents are Jan Gimlin, Glenwood; Ray and Donna Dowdy, and Claude and Billie Bertheas, all of Vancouver. Great-grandmothers are Kay Carr and Charlene Gimlin, both of Glenwood; and Ceora Duncan, Vancouver. Congratulations Brent and Amy. We look forward to meeting your new daughter.
Best wishes to Mel Roberson for a speedy and complete recovery after his recent back surgery.
Kristin Scott and Casey Arnold have been competing on the Walla Walla Community College Rodeo Team. Both enjoyed some success at the Columbia Basin Community College Rodeo held at Trac Arena in Pasco this past weekend. Kristin placed fifth in the first round of barrel racing, while Casey took third place in steer wrestling and fourth in calf roping. Their top 10 finishes qualified them to compete in the final go-round on Saturday evening. Kristin placed second in that round and third in the average. Casey put together a steer wrestling run that earned a third place in the final go and second place in the average.
In noncollegiate action, Casey Arnold competed at the Mike Currin Memorial Calf Roping in Hermiston on Sunday. In the three-head roping, he won the final go and placed second in the average out of 40 contestants.
The Glenwood Pioneer Community Church members have been busy decking out the church with an attractive new metal roof.
The Camas Prairie and Vicinity Association will hold a planning meeting for its 100th anniversary on May 6.
Just a reminder that Washington High School students must complete 10-hours of community service per year for graduation requirements. If you have projects that a high school student could help with, please contact the school at 364-3438.
The Clark County School Employees Credit Union will be donating books to Glenwood School students on April 26 at 10:30 a.m. in the library.
On April 27, Glenwood Elementary students will be participating in an Arbor Day Observance.
More 4-H News: County Demonstration Day will be held at the Glenwood School on Sunday, May 6. So, 4-Hers need to be polishing up their presentations for the big day. In addition to individual demonstrations, there will be a 4-H knowledge Bowl contest, which is open to all 4-H age groups. Cookies will be provided by the Glenwood 4-H cooking members. For more information regarding Demonstration Day contact Tonia Warren, 364-3551.