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Homecoming royalty crowned

Glenwood News for Feb. 10

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Tony Leiter and Hannah Page were crowned as the 2005 Homecoming King and Queen following a week of activities geared to generate spirit for homecoming. The new royal couple were revealed during half-time of the boys basketball game Saturday, Feb. 5, by the 2004 King Nic Kokos and Queen Candi Kuhnhausen. Attending princesses on this year's court were Kayleigh King, Josie Masden, Samantha Sutterlick and Ashley Woodward. The princes included Tanner Beeks, Trent Steinbach, David Wasgatt and Mitch Wheelhouse. Honorary junior high crown carriers were Jamie Booher, Julia LaVallie, Allison Skahan, Mariah Smith and Josie Starr. Red carpet attendants were junior high boys Brian Langfield and Tygh Schuster. The students danced to music provided by a disc jockey at the formal dance following the games.

As is the tradition, the Glenwood senior girls were introduced and presented a rose to their parents during their final home game against Sunnyside Christian on Friday night. The senior boys presented roses to their special family members during the homecoming game on Saturday.

Glenwood boys played Trout Lake for homecoming, and provided an action-filled game for the spectators. Glenwood's boys came out on top of their final home game of the season. The Glenwood girls sat out a game because Trout Lake did not have a girls' basketball team. To make up for the loss of action, the Glenwood Eagles alumni took on the Lyle Cougar alumni in an exciting game. The Cougar alum ended up winning the game. The crowd enjoyed the action so much that there were rumors of an alumni tournament floating around the bleachers!

Condolences are extended to Don Weber's family after he recently passed away. Don's friendliness and good nature will be missed by everyone who knew him.

Best wishes to Jodi Sanchey as she remains in the hospital until her baby arrives.

Wishes for a speedy recovery go out to Jenny Wilkins after her recent back surgery.

Margaret Throop has retired from the post office following 27 years of service. An open house in Margaret's honor will be held at the Glenwood Grange from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12. Everyone is invited to stop by and to help celebrate her retirement. No gifts, please. Cindy Whitefield will be serving as the interim officer in charge until a full time official for the Glenwood Post Office is hired.

A baby shower for Darleen McPhearson will be held at the Pioneer Memorial Community Church on Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. Please RSVP to Claudette Gamier, 364-3501.

Alcoholic's Anonymous meetings are held every Friday at 7 p.m. at the Pioneer Memorial Community Church. Interested persons are invited and refreshments are provided.

Members of the Mount Adams 4-H Club are selling apples, oranges, and grapefruit as a fundraiser. 4-Hers will contact community members to take orders for the fruit. If you are somehow missed and would like to support the fundraiser, contact Kay at 364-3646.


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