Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Glenwood High School homecoming royalty was announced before school was recessed for the Christmas holiday on Dec. 16. Princesses named to the court include Bernadette Campbell, Dave'y Lumley, Josie Masden and Stacey Ruland. Their escorts are Devin Dean, Nathan Eaves, Tim Kuhnhausen and Jimmie Smith. Congratulations to each of the royal attendants.
Nine students from Glenwood attended The Nutcracker at Keller Auditorium on Dec. 10. The group was accompanied by Mrs. Allaway, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Edmondson, who had organized the outing. In addition to attending the evening performance of the holiday ballet, the group went out to dinner at Chang's Mongolian Grill. Mrs. Edmondson reported that "the ballet was enjoyed by everyone, and the holiday spirit was everywhere." Mrs. Edmondson indicated that The Nutcracker is a Christmas tradition that is presented in all of the major cities in the Pacific Northwest -- including Portland. Mrs. Edmondson invites anyone interested in attending the 2006 performance to contact her.
The Pioneer Memorial Community Church members would like to invite everyone to participate in a community Christmas caroling outing on Friday, Dec. 23. Plans are made to meet at the church about 5:30 before setting out to spread good cheer around our community. So plan to add your voice to the group, and enjoy some good, old-fashioned fun!
Have you checked out the "rad" snowman at Earl's house on the BZ-Glenwood Highway? His spiked icicle hair is just the wildest? Thank you to our community members who have decorated their homes with Christmas lights. They add such a festive atmosphere to our neighborhood -- especially with the beautiful snow-covered landscape.
The Mt. Adams 4-H Club met in November to elect officers and fill out enrollment forms for the coming year. Officers are as follows: president Audrey Hill, vice president Jarin Ladiges, secretary Dakota Jones, treasurer Georgie Kokos, and reporter Kylie Montgomery. If anyone still needs to enroll for a 2006 4-H project, please contact Kay Pratt at 364-3646.
Get well wishes are extended to Pastor Sandy Strait as he is feeling under the weather.
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