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Glenwood News for Oct. 27

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There are some great candidates running for four Glenwood School Board positions. Make the opportunity to listen to and ask the candidates questions on Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in the school library. Community members running for the positions include: Jay McLaughlin unopposed; Brent Gimlin and Eric Jacobsen; Jennifer Hallenbeck and Elizabeth Jones; and Adam McFall and Dave Wasgatt. This is an important local election. Be informed -- and remember to cast your ballot by Nov. 8.

Hey, all of you big buck hunters...there is a contest for you! The Mountain Inn, LLC is sponsoring a big buck contest with separate divisions for men and women. The horns will be measured width by height; and entrants must hold a valid hunting license. There is a $10 entry fee for the contest that is running from Oct. 15 through 31. The men's prize is a 30-06 TIKKA rifle with a synthetic stock, stainless steel barrel; while the women will be vying for a 243 TIKKA synthetic stock, stainless steel barreled gun! If you have questions regarding the big buck contest, please call 364-3471.

The Glenwood General Store is kicking off the Halloween holiday with its second annual carved pumpkin contest. Bring your carved pumpkin entries to the store by 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. Judging will take place between 6 and 7 with the winners being announced at 7. There are two divisions: under 13 and over 13 with prizes for each division. Stay tuned next week for the results of this fun contest! For contest questions, you can call 364-3535.

The Glenwood School PTO is frantically preparing for the annual Halloween Carnival to be held at the school on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. A costume contest is planned, with four age divisions from infant through 12th grade. Major awards will be given to the winner of each division! Costume judging is scheduled for 7. Other activities include a terrifying haunted house; cake walks; carnival games with prizes; and food. Admission is $5 per person or $15 per family with proceeds going to the scholarship fund! Volunteers are needed; and donations are being accepted for the Halloween Carnival. For questions, contact Cindy Whitefield, 364-3364; Gina Schuster, 364-0013; or Katie Valdez, 364-3418. Come join the fun!

Wishes for speedy recoveries are extended to Chris Anderson, Wilma Montgomery, Vet Schultz and Taunie Wilson. You're all in our thoughts and prayers, ladies!

Coming events:

Oct. 27: School board candidates' night at 7:00 p.m. in the library.

Oct. 29: Halloween carnival at the school.

Nov. 6: Disaster Relief Dinner at the school.


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