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Glenwood News for Nov. 7

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The Glenwood PTO would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the volunteers who made this year's Halloween Carnival and Haunted House a success. Thanks to the many hours of your time and the dedication of all the children of our community, everybody that attended had a hauntingly good time! Thanks again! We couldn't have done it without you.

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gimlin on the arrival of their son, Derrick Christopher, on Oct. 25. He weighed in at 4 pounds 6 ounces and was 18 inches long. Derrick is still in the hospital in Yakima and hopes to be home soon.

4-H Achievement Program was held on Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Glenwood School. Each 4-H member was recognized for his or her accomplishments for the past year and received their year pins. Tonia Warren was chosen the winner of the Linda Spies Memorial Leader Award. Ashley Woodward received the Glenda Harter Friendship Trophy, Ruth Putnam won the Related Arts Trophy and Mitch Wheelhouse received the Shawna Roberson Most Improved Trophy.

A total of six scholarships for 4-H camp were given, two to each age division. Audrey Hill and Emily Brasuell, junior 4-H members, received full scholarships. Intermediate 4-H member winners were Stacey Ruland with a full scholarship and Ashley Brasuell with half a scholarship. Mitch Wheelhouse, senior member, won a full scholarship and Ashley Woodward half a scholarship. Congratulations to all 4-H members and leaders for their successes this past year.

Anyone wishing to enroll in 4-H or become a leader, please contact Tonia Warren, 364-3551, or Kay Pratt, 364-3312.

We wish a speedy recovery to Frank Ward.

Verla Holmes and daughter Roxie were visiting in the Glenwood Valley this past week. They had breakfast at Lois and Harry Dechand's, visiting friends gathered there.

The Glenwood Schools will be holding a Veteran's Day program at 10 a.m. in the school gym. Community members are invited to attend if they would like.

School early dismissals for the month of November are: Friday, Nov. 8, 12 p.m.; Thursday, Nov. 14, 12:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1 p.m.

If parents would like to have Thanksgiving dinner with their students at school on Nov. 27, please contact the school office by Monday, Nov. 25.

The Glenwood School District is looking to fill the following extra curricular positions: high school boys' assistant basketball coach, softball coach and baseball coach. If you are interested in any of the extracurricular positions, contact Calvin McRae, 364-3438.

Margaret Throop, Kay Carr and Debbie Woodward traveled to Vancouver on Oct. 24 to attend a three-day Washington State Fair Association convention. The convention was held at the Red Lion at the Quay. They attended training sessions, visited entertainment vendors and watched a number of great entertainers showcase. The exchanging of information and ideas with other fairs throughout the state of Washington and other visiting delegates was of real value.

Remember Bingo and pinochle on Friday evenings at the Glenwood Grange Hall at 7 p.m. Bingo is held on the first Friday of each month. Last Friday, there was a big turnout. Pinochle will be held on the remaining Fridays of this month.

If anyone has news for the paper, contact Kay Carr, 364-3325 or 364-3438.


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