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Glenwood News for March 7

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March has come in like a lamb. Does this really mean it will go out like a lion? Let's hope not!

Mark your calendars for March 16 -- cooking dinner and cleaning up afterwards are off your list that evening. Instead, come down to the school for the Firemen's Benefit Dinner. This annual event is a major fundraiser for the fire department to purchase and update needed equipment. For $6 adults and $4 kids 12 and under, enjoy all the turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, drink and dessert you can find room for. Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. If you'd like to help with the dinner, please call Carol Guinn at 364-3443.

Do you have any family favorite recipes you'd like to share? The PTO would love to publish them in the Community Cookbook. Recipes can be in any category, and there's no limit on the number you can submit. Mail or deliver your recipes to the school before March 23.

Did you know that 2002 (or, more accurately, Feb. 12, 2002 through Jan. 31, 2003) is the Year of the Horse? In Chinese astrology, it is believed that the events of the years are affected by cosmic influences in a 12-year cycle linked to Jupiter's orbit around the Sun. The Horse Year is predicted to be a lively and high-spirited year for all. Life will be hectic and punctuated with adventures. People will find themselves reckless, romantic and carefree. Decisions and projects will be incorporated at high speed and with efficiency. Action will be the key work.

Sounds like a fun and "interesting" year!

The Glenwood 4-H cooking and sewing clubs had their first meeting of the year on Feb. 28. Officers for the Super Sewers include president Candi Kuhnhausen, vice president Amanda Kuhnhausen and secretary/newsperson Ashley Woodward. Phone callers are Candi Kuhnhausen, Ashley Fraser and Katie Gamble. The cooking club officers are president Emily Brasuell, vice president Ashley Fraser and secretary/newsperson Angeline Wasgatt. Phonecallers are Sarah Beth Sinor and Julia LaVallie.

The Glenwood Pioneer Church invites junior high and high school teenagers to participate in its Youth Group for Teens. The group meets Sundays at 5 p.m. The church members have been housecleaning and reorganizing in an effort to make space for an office for Pastor Sandy Strait in the church building. Plans to redo the lawn are on the agenda, too.

For those interested in obtaining a Type II Driver License, a training class will be held at the school on March 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. Please call the school to sign up.

The Glenwood High School Rodeo Club will be selling oranges and grapefruit again. If members missed you the first time around, or you would like to order more fruit contact Shayne Arnold, Kim Hoctor or Travis Miller. Thank you for your support of the first campaign -- the club sold 100 cases of fruit.

Please call Terry Arnold, 364-3371, if you have news to report during the month of March. Thanks!


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