Wednesday, October 23, 2002
Cold nights, warm sunny days and some of the most beautiful fall colors anywhere to be found are right here in Glenwood. Isn't this one of the best seasons?
The ASB rummage sale was just great and the student body appreciates the efforts made by the community by way of its donations and those that stopped by the school and bought sale items. A big thank you to everyone.
The annual fall cemetery dinner was a success as usual. Thank you for the great turnout in support of the dinner. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to get started on an underground sprinkler system.
Volleyball is beginning to wind down with just a few games left. If you haven't caught a game yet, check your school calendar for dates, time and the place.
The annual 4-H Achievement Night has been set for Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck with the awards ceremony following at 7 p.m. This is the night to sign up for projects for the coming year. Terry Arnold will be doing sewing, Tonia Warren and Kay Pratt are horse leaders, Taunie Shupe is the swine leader, Chris Kuhnhausen has the rabbit club, Debbie Sinor is the poultry leader and two new leaders are Kelly Montgomery with the sheep and Mike Woodward will be the beef leader. We have some great leaders and clubs, but there is a need for cooking, crafts, photography and any other club that kids are interested in. Please volunteer. 4-H is a great experience for youth and adults alike.
Volunteers stepped forward and offered help so that there will be a Halloween Carnival. Kids of all ages come to the school the evening of Oct. 26 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. There will be a haunted house, games, a costume contest at 7 p.m., food and a good time. Tickets for games are 25 cents each or four for a $1.