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Glenwood News for April 29

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Hell Roaring and Bird and Frasier Irrigation districts held their annual meetings and elections of officers on April 12. Officers for the coming year for both districts include George Hathaway Jr., chairman of the boards; Chris Miller, secretary/treasurer; and Ed Arnold, Dan Hathaway, Keith Kreps and Harry Miller, board members.

For the first time in recent memory, Glenwood selected two prom queens due to a voting tie. Co-queens Candi Kuhnhausen and Stacie Williams and King Tanner Beeks were crowned April 24. The royal trip was announced during the prom held at the Ball Room in The Dalles.

In remembrance of a sad local event, signs to honor Darcie Shupe were recently installed south of town on the BZ-Glenwood Highway. The signs remind everyone to drive safely.

The Century 21 program organized a bus trip to Seattle for 16 local kids and four chaperons. The group attended the 4-H Camp-in at the Pacific Science Center April 24 and 25. The theme for the outing was "Space," and there were related activities and exhibits for the campers to enjoy. Everyone camped among the exhibits on Saturday night before returning to Glenwood. According to the returning travelers it was an educational and fun outing.

The Scholastic Book Fair will be held at the Glenwood School from April 29 through May 6. Books will be available for purchase during regular school hours at the book fair.

Fred Steinbach and Dani Hubbs will be united in marriage on Saturday, May 1. Best wishes to the young couple who will be making their home in Goldendale. Fred is the son of Dwight and Raylene Steinbach of Glenwood.

The Camas Prairie and Vicinity Pioneer meeting will be held Sunday, May 2, at the Mt. Adams Community Church in Glenwood. The potluck meeting will begin at 1 p.m. The public is invited to bring a favorite dish and old pictures of pioneer gatherings such as meetings, rodeos, or picnics to share.

Remember to mark your calendar for the annual Mother's Day Tea. The tea will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, May 7, at the Glenwood School gym.

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