Wednesday, August 20, 2003
Trout Lake Newswriters
Sandi Thygesen, 395-2318
Terry Scott, 395-2760
Pat Arnold, 395-2233
Bonnie Reynolds, 395-2527
The 21st Century Rural Opportunities Grant is sponsoring a family trip to Maryhill on Sunday, Aug. 24. A bus will leave the school about noon and return to Trout Lake about 6 p.m. At Maryhill the group will hear a presentation about the Lewis and Clark trip. The Museum will be open. There is no cost to the participants. All are welcome. If you are interested in going, please call the school to make reservations.
School calendars arrived last week, reminding us all that summer is fast going by. First day of classes is Sept. 3, not very far away, and immediately following, on Sept. 9, are the first sports events -- home games for the volleyball and soccer teams.
Someone (memory blank about who) said "The Labor Day crowd will clear out and the horses will start arriving, so don't expect things to slow down." Interesting to have a huge influx of horses coming to town. There are some opportunities for spectators during the race, which starts at the horse camp at Buck Creek Trail. Perhaps we can get some details about being a spectator for a future column. Speaking of horse athletes, if you've seen Seabiscuit did you see any horses named in the credits? Pat Arnold