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Glenwood News for July 7

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Cindy Whitefield has received her official appointment as the Glenwood Postmaster. Cindy has worked as a fill-in postal worker for around 15 years, and was serving as the interim officer in charge after Margaret Throop's retirement in January. Congratulations, Cindy!

The Glenwood Grange #94 has canceled the July 12 meeting. Remember that pinochle is still being played every Friday night at the Grange Hall, beginning at 7 p.m., and everyone is welcome.

The Grange Pomona potluck picnic is scheduled for Sunday, July 17, at the Centerville school grounds at 1 p.m. The Washington State Master, Terry Hunt, is expected to attend this farewell salute to Wayne and Katherine Eshelman.

The Glenwood Rodeo Association would like to thank the community for the support of the 71st annual Ketchum Kalf Rodeo. Also, a huge thank you to the men and women who volunteered literally hundreds of man hours to make this year's rodeo the success it was. Plans are already being made for next year's rodeo.

The Mt. Adams 4-H Club appreciates the community's support of the 4-H fundraisers this spring. The 4-Hers have sold fresh fruit and candles. The club also has the pop and program concessions during the rodeo. Money generated from the fundraisers is being used to purchase club sweatshirts for the members and leaders; and to make new signs for Glenwood's 4-H livestock groups at the Klickitat County Fair.

Twenty members and friends from the Glenwood Pioneer Memorial Church volunteered their time on June 28 to work at Thomas the Train. The Mt. Hood Railroad hosted the annual event that featured children's activities and a train ride up to Odell. The group of volunteers raised money to send local kids to church camp at Camp Moro later this summer.


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