Glenwood community members enjoyed a day of basketball action in the gym as Homecoming Week came to an end on Jan. 19. The TLG Eagle-Mustangs took on Lyle/Wishram in some exciting and close games. Although the Eagle-Mustangs played hard -- they came up short at the final buzzers. Seniors Dakota Jones and Jaylin Throop presented special ladies in their lives with flowers at their final home game -- per Glenwood tradition. Queen Dakota and King Jaylin received their crowns and congratulations during half time of the varsity boys' game. Their court consisted of Reyauna Guzman and Richard Slawson; Whitney Feller and Jonathan Throop; and Marisela Hernandez and Greg Dechand. Students enjoyed a dance in the multipurpose room following the games.
Glenwood Rodeo Association members filled the kitchen area in the dance hall for the annual meeting on Jan. 20. 2013 Ketchum Kalf Queen Mariah Nilson was introduced; pending work on the grounds discussed; and directors and officers elected. Directors Terry Arnold, Oop Burgin and Jason Throop were re-elected as were president Keith Kreps, vice president Charlie Allen and secretary/treasurer Terry Arnold. The rodeo members are making plans and looking forward to the 79th Ketchum Kalf Rodeo to be held over Father's Day weekend, June 15 and 16.
Looking for some fun entertainment? The Glenwood Women's Club would like to remind everyone that bingo and pinochle are played on Friday nights at the Grange hall. Bingo is the game of the night on the first Friday of each month and pinochle is played the other Fridays. A new assortment of bingo prizes will fill the tables at the next bingo game on Feb. 1. The games start promptly at 7 p.m. and refreshments are provided by the Women's Club.
The Pioneer Memorial Community Church ladies are planning a girls' night out on Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. Community ladies are invited to bring their favorite table game and food to share. The order of the night is to eat, laugh, play games and have a great time. For questions, please contact Jennifer at 364-3517.
The PMCC has a busy Jan. 27 planned as well. Following church services, a potluck meal will be shared and then the annual congregational meeting will be held.