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Students qualify for honor roll

Glenwood News for April 12

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Hard working students who qualified for the third term honor roll list include: sixth grade: Madi Couch, Brittany McCoy and Forrest Putnam; seventh grade: Andrew Dechand and Colton Troh; eighth grade: Baylee Couch, Reyauna Guzman, Marisela Hernandez and Bethany Putnam; freshmen: Greg Dechand, Becca Hallenbeck and Tiffany McCoy; sophomores: Richard Slawson and Jonathan Throop; juniors: Seowon Boo, Jaylin Throop and Marie Weber; and seniors: Spencer Hallenbeck, Catherine Settler, Perry Wasgatt. Congratulations to each of these students!

Plan to cheer on the Glenwood junior high track team as it hosts a meet here on April 12. Julie Brazil coaches the junior high team consisting of Bethany Putnam, Baylee Couch, Colton Troh, Andrew Dechand, Vicky Valdez, Madi Couch, Forrest Putnam and Kinley Troh. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. and concessions will be available on the grounds. Good luck junior high track stars!

The TLG high school track team will travel to Stevenson on April 14 for the Al McKee Invitational meet beginning at noon. Coach Tom Eldred is training Glenwood's part of the TLG team including Kenny Henderson, Greg Dechand, Becca Hallenbeck and Marie Weber. The high school team is about half-way through its schedule already. I hope we can get meet results to share! Best wishes to the team as it continues with its scheduled competitions!

Mt. Adams Resource Stewards (MARS) will be hosting the first work party on the Mt. Adams Community Forest Mill Pond Property on Saturday, April 14. Anyone interested in a fun day of learning about the project and bringing a forest back to health by cutting brush, thinning and planting trees is welcome to join us. Firewood resulting from the day's work will be delivered to local seniors for heating assistance or available to volunteers that participated in the effort. We will meet in front of the Glenwood Grange at 9 a.m. and coordinate travel to the site. Lunch will be provided. Contact Jay McLaughlin, 364-4110, or if you have questions.

The Glenwood Rodeo Association has scheduled work days for April 14 and 15 beginning at 10 a.m. Please bring your tools (shovels, rakes, etc.) On Sunday a potluck lunch will begin at noon with a short business meeting to follow. Members are not required to attend both work days -- but if you can help one day or the other, that would be great! For questions, please contact Terry at 364-3371. President Keith Kreps requested that everyone "do a sunshine dance!"

Representatives from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and Yakama Nation Fisheries are on the agenda for the April Community Council meeting. The speakers will share their master plan for the Klickitat Fish Hatchery. Interested community members are invited to attend the meeting at 7 p.m. at the Glenwood Grange on Tuesday, April 17.

The mailing deadline for ballots for the 2013 and 2014 maintenance and operation levy is Tuesday, April 17. The Glenwood School is asking $110,000 to help fund the food service program, transportation, curriculum improvement, field trips, homework assistance, extra-curricular salaries, equipment maintenance, utilities, building maintenance and insurance. The levy will cost taxpayers about $2.34 per $1,000 of assessed property valuation. Please remember to vote!

If you have news to share, please contact Terry at 364-3371. Thanks!


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