Wednesday, September 29, 2004
The annual Glenwood Cemetery Dinner of turkey and trimmings will be held Sunday, Oct. 10 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Glenwood School. The menu includes turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green salad, homemade rolls, dessert and drinks. Cost is $6 for adults, $3 for students ages 6-12, and $1 for children under age 5.
Congratulations to Glenwood 4-H members and leader. Three 4-H members are going to the state fair in Puyallup. Candi Kuhnhausen will be modeling her sewing project and Ashley Woodward will be modeling her Creative Consumer project which is a skirt she remodeled. Stacey Ruland is attending for performance horse. The horse leader in Glenwood, Kay Pratt, was honored as County 4-H Leader of the Year. Another top honor went to Trent Steinbach for having the Grand Champion Swine at the county fair.
September has been a month for wedding celebrations. Congratulations to all the newlyweds. Josie Hendricks and Gus Zaragoze tied the knot on Sept. 4. Then on Sept. 11, there was a reception for Jodi and Ryan Sanchey, who were married Aug. 14. On Sept. 18, Jennifer Harter and David Hilton were joined in marriage in Goldendale.
Congratulations to Jessica Throop and Brad Strawn on their marriage Saturday, Sept. 25. The beautiful ceremony, officiated by the groom's father, took place in the Prebyterian Church in Ellensburg. The reception that followed was held at the Samuelson Student Union building on the Central Washington University campus. The newlyweds will be making their home in Ellensburg.
School has gotten off to a good start. The only new teacher this year is science teacher Lynn Mitchell, who substituted for Glenwood last spring. He is offering students a chance to go to plays in Portland on certain Friday weekends.
The ASB officers running the school this year are president Josie Masden, vice president Hannah Page, and secretary Kayleigh King. Each class has also elected their officers for the year: The senior leaders are president Hannah Page, vice president David Hoodenpyl, secretary Dora Starr and treasurer Sarah Sinor. Juniors are being led by Bernadette Campbell as president, Stacey Ruland as vice president and Josie Masden as secretary-treasurer. Nathan Eaves is present, Ashley Brasuell is vice president and Lupita Lopez is secretary-treasurer for the sophomore class. The freshmen will be lead by Devin Dean, Dave'y Lumley as vice president and Georgie Kokos as secretary-treasurer.
Glenwood High School has a volleyball team this year and is being coached by previous Glenwood graduate Sara Russum McFall. Those on the team include Kayleigh King, Hannah Page, Samantha Sutterlick, Bernadette Campbell, Stacey Ruland, Dave'y Lumley, Georgie Kokos and Josie Starr. It was discovered that in our league there are four coaches that are Glenwood High School graduates. Besides Glenwood's Sara, her classmate Erin Palmer is coaching in Bickleton, Kerri (Seagle) Smith is Trout Lake's coach, and Lyle's coach is Lori (Lorenz) Smith.
The school's open house date has been set so mark your calendar. Come and see what is going on up at the school on Oct. 5 at 6:30.
The 21st Century Program has a community celebration on Sept. 9. It was a good time for all who attended with lots of good food, games and activities.
Mrs. Edmondson and her junior English class took a field trip to the Portland Art Museum on Sept. 15. The group had an excellent guide who had great stories to go along with the Native American exhibits they visited.
The Community Church would like to thank all those who donated blood at the recent Red Cross drive and the volunteers who worked.
The community would like to extend sympathy to Ashley and Emily Brasuell for the recent loss of their uncle, Bob Brasuell.
The school would like to remind everyone about Open House on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Everyone in the community is invited to come.