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Volleyballers Treated To Retreat

Glenwood News for August 28

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GLENWOOD HOMEMAKERS

The Glenwood and Trout Lake junior and high school volleyball team members were treated to a special Team Building Retreat at the Glenwood School on Aug. 25. Lower Columbia College head volleyball coach Marcy Gilchrist, assistant coach Kevin Marts and eleven members of the LCC volleyball team traveled to Glenwood to put on the clinic. Duane and Marlene Dewey hosted the LCC coaches and team while they were in town. On Tuesday the visiting coaches and team members rafted down the White Salmon River with Wet Planet Rafting and Kayaking before returning to Longview.

The end of the Klickitat County Fair means summer is drawing to a close. Another sure sign that summer is waning, is the return of students for the new school year on Aug. 27. Be sure to watch out for students as they walk to and from school or bus stops.

Remember to stop by for a visit at the Spies home on Sept. 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. Darrel is planning a barbeque so friends and neighbors can meet his future daughter-in-law, Devin Roberts. Darren, Daegan and Donavin Spies will accompany Devin from San Diego to Glenwood this week.

The Glenwood Rodeo Association is preparing for the sixth annual Prize Trail Ride on Sunday, Sept. 28. Be sure to put the event on your calendar to get out and enjoy fall's beautiful colors and fresh air. The first horse is scheduled to leave the Glenwood Rodeo Grounds at 10 a.m. Prizes, concessions and good food will be a part of the day in addition to the trail ride. As always, prizes are being sought for the event. If you would like to donate an award, or have questions regarding the ride, please contact Roxie Clemmer at 364-3539 or Chris Miller at 364-3427.

Our thoughts are with Ray Hathaway for a full recovery after his recent surgery. You are missed at the coffee shop, Ray!

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