The community is invited to attend the annual Mother's Day Tea to honor the mothers of our community on Friday, May 10, at 1 p.m. The tea will be held at the Glenwood School gym. There will be refreshments, entertainment and door prizes.
The Glenwood track team is making heads turn across the state. Last Friday, our team brought home three first places from Goldendale. Jenna Dean was the winner in the javelin, Chelsy Wheelhouse in the discus, and Bron Tomeo in the pole vault. Mitch Wheelhouse, a freshman, placed fifth in the shot with a personal best throw of 41-9. He also placed in the discus. Another member of the team making it to the final rounds of the meet was Tanner Beeks. Great job, Eagles.
On Saturday, April 27, Jenna Dean and Chelsy Wheelhouse participated in the Cougar Invitational in Pullman. Jenna won the javelin and Chelsy placed fifth in the discus. These girls are aggressively getting their goals accomplished.
At Milton Freewater, Travis Miller placed fifth in the calf roping event on Sunday. He and Shayne Arnold are both members of the High School Rodeo Association. They have traveled all over to compete.
There will be a 4-H Demonstration Day on Sunday, May 5, at the school at 1 p.m.
Also, other dates to consider are May 18 and 19. On these dates, there will be a Greg Shake Riding Clinic, starting at 9 a.m. each day at the rodeo grounds. For more information call Tonia Warren and Kay Pratt.
Glenwood Homemakers are starting the process of putting the Awards Banquet details together. We could use some kitchen and set up help. Also, we need more alumni servers for the dinner. Contact Rachel Throop or the Glenwood School. Glenwood Homemakers are also seeking out new and interested members of the community to join. Our meeting are held every second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. The next meeting will be May 14. Please, contact Chris Anderson to find out where.
I hope you all have a happy May Day!