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Glenwood News for June 8

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The 2006 Glenwood High School senior class members were recognized at the annual Baccalaureate Service at Pioneer Memorial Community Church on June 1. After returning from their educational trip to Hawaii on Thursday, the seniors will graduate on Saturday, June 10, at 2 p.m. at the school. Community members, family and friends are invited to attend graduation as well as a reception sponsored by the Glenwood Homemakers afterward.

Friday, June 9, is a big day at Glenwood School. An elementary and junior high assembly will be held at 9:30 a.m. in the gym followed by early release at 11 for the final day of the regular school year. Eighth graders will go through their promotion to high school ceremony in the multipurpose room at 7 in evening as well. Everyone is invited to attend both the awards assembly and the Eighth Grade Graduation.

Although the regular school year will draw to a close on June 9, summer school will begin on Monday, June 12, and run through July 7. The summer session is scheduled weekday mornings for current kindergarten through eighth graders.

With the end of the school year comes the retirement of Darlene Humphrey after 30 years with the Glenwood School District. The community would like to thank Mrs. Humphrey for her dedication to the many students she has taught. She is wished a happy and healthy retirement. Amy Klodzinski will be relocating with her husband to Maine after this school year. Mrs. Klodzinski's three years of service to our school have also been appreciated; and the Klodzinskis are wished well in their new community.

Twelve ladies from Glenwood traveled to Portland June 3 for a nice dinner at Alexander's before attending "Menopause the Musical" at the Portland Center for the Performing Arts. The comedic performance featured a variety of older rock sounds "redone" with words that really hit home with "mature women." The musical is presented across the United States, as well as internationally, and is so funny. After the play, the group was able to watch the Star Light Parade that kicked off the 2006 Portland Rose Festival activities. Everyone who attended had just a great time, and would like to thank Claire Alexander for organizing the outing.

Amy Burgin and LeeAnn Charters surprised their parents, Oop and Diane Burgin, with a 25th anniversary celebration on June 4. A great afternoon of visiting was enjoyed by about 50 friends and relatives. Congratulations Oop and Diane on 25 years together, and best wishes for the next 25.

The Glenwood Rodeo Association will be holding a work day on June 11 at the rodeo grounds. The 1 p.m. meeting will be devoted to finishing up projects and assigning jobs for the Ketch 'Um Kalf Rodeo to be held June 17 and 18.


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