Wednesday, April 24, 2002
Eagles Track team soars high at Highland High School in Yakima. First place went to Jenna Dean in the javelin, Chelsy Wheelhouse in the discus, and Bron Tomeo in the pole vault. Also competing on our track team Tanner Beeks, Mitch Wheelhouse, Ned Putnam and Jodi Holly. Apologies go to Jodi Holly for not including her in last week's paper. She is a competitor in the high jump division.
Little League is getting ready to kick off its season. This year, we have three teams consisting of minor league baseball, major league softball and a farm division. Our teams are sponsored by C&H Logging, Hansen and Spies Logging, and The Campbell Group. Thanks so much for your donations. You should see the smiles on these kids' faces. Also in the matter of thanks, a big one goes to the coaches who stepped forward onto the field. Regina Hernandez Schuster and Elizabeth Jones are coaching for the minors, Darrel Spies for the majors, and Dave Wasgatt for the farms. Keep up the good work, you guys are doing great!
On Sunday, April 28, there will be a Ketchum Kalf Rodeo meeting at 1 p.m. at the rodeo grounds. A short business meeting will be conducted followed by a work day.
Camas Prairie Vicinity Pioneer Association will hold its spring meeting on May 3. The meeting will take place at the Pioneer Memorial Church, starting with a potluck dinner at 1 p.m. and followed by the business meeting.
Glenwood graduate Darlene Hathaway was up recently visiting her folks, Dee and George Hathaway. She is the head of a travel agency and has been to all sorts of fascinating places, such as Paris and Hawaii.
The local Glenwood firefighters would like you to please pick up a "Disaster Plan" brochure from the post office. There are all sorts of different information in them that could help in emergency type situations. Also the GFF are looking for new recruits.
This last weekend our high school rodeo traveled to Ellensburg. Travis Miller and Shayne Arnold competed both days. Travis Miller placed third in the calf roping event on Saturday. As of now, Shayne Arnold is sixth in the state and Travis is 14th. Keep up the good work!