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GLENWOOD HOMEMAKERS

Just a reminder about the ladies bunko night in the church meeting room on July 22 at 6 p.m. The event is free! Bring a finger food -- and plan to share an evening of fun and laughs.

The Pioneer Memorial Youth Group (and parents) are holding their annual car wash and bake sale on Saturday, July 24, beginning at 9 a.m. Come early for the best selection of baked goodies! Proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward the youngsters' Camp Moro trip. Junior camp is Aug. 1-4; and the teen camp is Aug. 5-8. A variety of outdoor and water activities promise a great time for everyone who attends Camp Moro!

The floor in the sanctuary at the Pioneer Memorial Community Church was recently refinished. Stop by to see how nice the floor looks after the facelift!

Mrs. Candi (Kuhnhausen) Roby and her soon-to-be-born son were honored at a baby shower on July 10 at the Grange. The shower attendees helped ensure that Candi will be prepared for the arrival of little James Scott Roby!

Family and friends helped Oop Burgin celebrate his 50th birthday at Jerry and Mary Dean's home on July 10. A good time was had by all!

Taunie Wilson will officially become a "Red Hatter" next week! Last week, she and nine family and friends flew to Reno to celebrate the occasion. Happy birthday, Taunie!

Aug. 7 will find activity at the Glenwood Rodeo Grounds. The Fun Play Day will begin at 10 a.m. and offers barrel racing, pole bending, keyhole, figure 8, and bi-rangle races. Age divisions are 10 and under; 11 to 16; 17 to 29; and over 30. Concessions will be available on site. For questions, please contact Liz Jones 364-3336 or Marlene Dewey 364-4146.

The fall elections will be here before you know it. Whether you like -- or -- dislike the way things are going with our county, state or country it is important to cast your vote. Although July 19 was the deadline to register online for the Aug. 17 primary, you can still register in person at the Klickitat County Auditor's office between now and Aug. 9 to vote in the primary election.

According to the auditor's office voters can register in several ways -- online; or you can get applications at the post offices and auditor's office. These applications will always be accepted, but may not be processed until after the primary or general elections if the deadlines are missed.

In order to be registered to vote in the Nov. 2 election, a deadline of Oct. 4 has been set. However, you may still register in person at the auditor's office between Oct. 4 and Oct. 25 for the general election. If you haven't already registered to vote -- let your voice be heard.

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