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KNIGHTS FERRY NEWS

February 24, 2010

POSTED February 24, 2010 10:52 a.m.

Get out your calendar, electronic or on paper, and jot down these March happenings: March 4th – Community Club dessert meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the clubhouse, finalizing Spaghetti dinner plans. March 7th – Breakfast Sunday at the Odd Fellows Hall on Main Street. March 10th – Garden Club at Elaine Holts home. March 11th – School Board meeting at 6:00 p.m., March 13th – Benny’s ball feed at the clubhouse. March 20 and 21 - Civil War reenactment. March 20th – annual Spaghetti Dinner at the clubhouse, with a great raffle. March 27th – Knights Ferry Parent/Faculty Club Silent/Live Auction and Dinner. March 25th - MAC meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the clubhouse. This kind of fills up the month!

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Knights Ferry School is raising money by recycling cans and bottles. Drop them off in the blue barrels by the dumpster or call Denise at 881-0112 to schedule a pick up. Every little bit helps!

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Will Johnson USCG, son of Pat Pfefferle, spent some time in Miami coordinating the air support for the Haitian relief. He is stationed in Hawaii.

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Congratulations go out to the third and fourth grade class at Knights Ferry School for collecting $160.92 for the “Save the Children” organization in Haiti.

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Tickets are on sale for the Silent/Live Auction and Dinner fundraiser for KFS. You can call Shelli at 848-1507 or purchase them at the school. If you have something to donate to this event call Shelli. This event helps support the school, especially needed in these hard times.

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Sheryl Cassinetto has just returned from spending a week in Vancouver for the Winter Olympics. She went with LuAnn, who also went with Sheryl to the Olympics in Utah. Luckily they had been planning this for two years and had purchased airline tickets and event tickets well ahead of time. They said the scalpers were quite noticeable. The bus that took them from the airport cost as much as their plane tickets! They did a lot of walking. Sheryl said the event had a much more international feeling than Utah. They did a lot of cowbell ringing and had a great time.

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Ed Viohl was the recipient of the “Birthday Song” at the River’s Edge on Wednesday. Darla and Reba sang the loudest!

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Get better fast, Bob Brunker! Heal that hip.

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The River’s Edge will be open only Wednesdays and Fridays.

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As a fundraiser for the Knights Ferry Community Club, the spaghetti dinner on March 20th will help keep the clubhouse in repairs. Dinner starts at 5:00 p.m. and adult tickets are $7.00. The club is in need of raffle prizes.

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Shiloh School came to the Ferry and played KFS in basketball and all had a good time.

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