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Knights Ferry News

POSTED May 5, 2010 12:46 a.m.

Knights Ferry Community Club will meet Thursday, May 6 at 7 p.m. at the clubhouse. It will be a dessert meeting.

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The “Knights Ferry School Friends” team in the Relay For Life took second place in “Online Fundraising” out of 70 teams! Captains Marilyn Boatright and Shelli Johnson would like to extend a BIG thank you to Knights Ferry School staff members Cheryl Griffiths, Cheryl Hodge, Bev Noe and Natalie Brockman for their participation and support of the team. This was their 8th year participating and was their best year!

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Lee Shearer was the recipient of the “Birthday Song” last Wednesday at the 50’s Roadhouse.

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Knights Ferry School held an essay contest for Public School’s night, sponsored by Summit Lodge #122, Free and Accepted Masons. The theme was “Public Schools-the Foundation of Democracy.” First Place winner for the Sixth Grade was Kai Tanner, and she received a $100 US Savings Bond. Second Place Sixth Grade winner was Shaye Spani and Third Place went to Zachary Mooneyham and they each received a $50 US Savings Bond. Seventh Grade First Place winner was Ashley Caron and she won a $100 US Savings Bond. Second Place went to Andi Jones and Third Place went to Araceli Limon and they each received $50 Savings Bonds. For the Eighth Grade, First Place winner was Peyton Paul with a $100 Savings Bond. Second Place went to Taylor Kelley and Third Place went to Oskar Nilsson and they received $50 Savings Bonds. The First Place winners read their essays at Public School’s Night. Good Writing!

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Warning - Rattlesnakes are out! One was killed on Shuper Road.

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Your reporter was cleaning out a closet and ran across an interesting item from a magazine. Someone wrote in with an ant problem and the answer was to sprinkle a small mound of Cream of Wheat on the anthill. Each ant will carry away grit, eat it, and drink water; the grit then expands, causing death by bloating. Have to try that one! If you can’t find the anthill, try dusting around with baking soda.

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