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Huge Thanks To Pud Crews

Glenwood News for Feb. 2

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GLENWOOD HOMEMAKERS

By this time, I hope you have all dug out from the winter storm that hit our area on Jan. 19. Wow...it's been quite awhile since we were without power for more than five days. A huge thanks to the Klickitat and Benton PUD crews who worked so tirelessly to restore our power. Also thanks go out to the Klickitat County Road crews who worked to remove downed trees and snow that made the roads impassable.

The 80s -- Footloose was the theme for the 2012 Glenwood Homecoming week. After an abbreviated spirit week due to school closures, Friday was the grand finale in which TLG varsity girls and junior varsity boys defeated the Klickitat Vandals on the basketball court. Catherine Settler and Perry Wasgatt were crowned as this year's homecoming queen and king.

Following Friday night's basketball wins over the Klickitat Vandals, the TLG varsity boys and girls teams took on Yakama Tribal at Trout Lake. TLG was on a roll; and enjoyed victories in both of Saturday's games as well. Way to go TLG!

The Glenwood Rodeo Association held its annual meeting on Jan. 29 at the Glenwood Grange. In addition to making plans for the 2012 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, officers and directors were elected for the year. Directors Charlie Allen, Jerry Ladiges and Harry Miller were re-elected for another three-year term. Keith Kreps, Charlie Allen and Terry Arnold were re-elected as president, vice president and secretary/treasurer respectively. 2012 Queen Jackie was introduced to the members. She invited everyone to attend her coronation and silent auction on Sunday, March 4, at the Glenwood Grange beginning at 2 p.m.

Sweet Thursday is being observed at the Pioneer Memorial Community Church on Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. Plan to enjoy this monthly event featuring sweet desserts, games and fellowship for ladies. No RSVPs are necessary -- just bring a friend or two or three! For questions, contact Jennifer at 364-3517.

If you're bored or tired of being housebound...why not take part in the Glenwood Grange craft day on Friday, Feb. 3, beginning at 9 a.m. Bring a craft, sewing or quilting project to work on along with a brown-bag lunch. Spend the day visiting and working on your project. A small fee is asked to help with utility costs. For questions, please contact Mary at 364-3344.

The GHS Class of 2012 is gearing up for the annual crab feed and silent auction on Monday, Feb. 13. Dinner will be served from 4:30 until 8 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. Tickets are on sale now from senior classmen and their advisor, Toni Troh. Crab dinners are $20 and include 1 1/2 crabs, salad, bread, dessert and beverage. A chef salad is available for $10 including toppings, bread, dessert and beverage. Toni is asking that crab dinners be reserved and pre-paid by Feb. 9 so they will know how much crab to purchase. The class is rounding up some great auction items; so plan to help the class earn money toward their senior educational trip by supporting their silent auction as well. For questions or to reserve tickets, please call Toni at 364-3438.

The Glenwood School District is asking for support of its 2013 and 2014 levies in the amounts of $110,000 for each year. The approximate rate per thousand dollars assessed value is $2.34 according to JaeCee Hoctor. The proposed levies support technology, the food service program, pre-school, enrichment days, after-school programs and extra-curricular activities for the Glenwood students. The date for voting on the levies has been moved from Feb. 14 to April 17. Remember to cast your vote.

Upcoming events:

Feb. 3: TLG hosts Sunnyside Christian basketball in Trout Lake at 6 p.m.

Feb. 4: TLG basketball at Lyle at 3:30 p.m.

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