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Knights Ferry News-Week of 2-11-15

POSTED February 10, 2015 1:41 p.m.
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Birthday greetings for the month of February go out to: Melissa Holcomb, Bob Muller, Steve Feichter, Makena Mendonca, River McCarthy, Jaycee Harden, John Pfefferle, Shaela Borba, Brendan Finn, Ed Cassinetto, Bill Telfair, Bernie Foster, Tim Hudelson, Ed Viohl, Holly Hixon, Matthew Wolf, Lily Sturtevant, Olivia Doshas, Dylan Anderson, Heaven Tucker, Austin Sherley, Mikali Willis, Kennith Hawthorn, Johna Harris, Arijaan Bulk, Brittany Sterba, Jaden Jackson, and Heather and David Voortman.

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The Knights Ferry School Board will be Thursday, February 12th at 3:30 (note time). Stanislaus County Superintendent of Schools Tom Changnon will talk on the future of our school.

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Congratulations Jim and Lynn Escobedo on their 50th wedding anniversary!

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Knights Ferry School will have a winter recess from February 16th to the 20th.

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There was a nice turnout for the Community Club dinner. The park across from the clubhouse was discussed. The park belongs to the club with use for the Knights Ferry community. Please pick up your trash, as that has become a problem. Also on the agenda was the Spaghetti Dinner and the Civil War. The club still needs raffle prizes donated. This event raises funds for replacing the heat and air conditioner. Every year it is a lot of fun (and work) to gather the food, cook and serve the Civil War re-enactors, their families and the community. The raffle is always fun with many nice prizes. Also discussed was the Car Show in April. Miles and his committee are doing a great job.

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Knights Ferry School will hold Kindergarten registration on March 5th. Please call the school-881-3382- to set a registration time.

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David Voortman and his crew are hard at work planning the annual Silent Dinner/Auction to be held March 28th. The school children are all working on their class projects to be auctioned off.

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Quite a storm Sunday, we had an inch of rain by 6 p.m.

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