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September 15, 2010

POSTED September 15, 2010 1:19 a.m.
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The snake is found! The loose Boa Constrictor was found at the home of Betty Rogers after wandering around for a week. Her grandson Zachary almost stepped on it! Word is the snake will no longer be living in Knights Ferry.


Congratulations to Scott Redden on his graduation with Distinguished Honors from boot camp at Ft. Sill.


The 9th annual Zero Party was very well attended, with loads of good food! Celebrating their birthday that ends in zero were (not all attended) Zach De Grood and Ryan Brown, 20 years old, Heather Scott, 30, Monica Gardella Frere, Kasandra Ingram, Kim Banks, Tena Heaton, Christine Fortuny, Soda, and Rob Ingram 40 years old, Paula Stokes, Doug Rocky, Karalyn Ahrenholtz, Jude Wyatt, Liz Holmes, Jewls Rosso, Mike Monschein, Sara Harris, Larry Weaver, Marianne Boyd, Wes Banks and Patti Mack 50 years, Joe Murray, Nancy Ritts, Tom Wright, Gayle Ritts, Richard Mullins, Sharon Page, Patti Albarico, Ray Pojanowski, Sue Bornn and Lia Ardis, 60 years old, Mick Olsen, Jim McCarthy, Patrick Rotelli, Horst Kaiser, Asa Merry, and Nancy Franklin, 70 years old, Elmer Raphael, Carmen Frymire and Virginia Gibson turned 80 and Katyryn Rotelli and Mickie Milan turned 90.

The entertainment for the Zero party was Benny’s Band, a hillbilly looking group that had not much musical talent but lots of fun. The audience took a moment of silence to remember those lost at 9-11 and then there was a red, white and blue dance by Kathy Mangante and Dorothy McKinsey. Highlight of the evening was a take-off on Jeff Dunham’s puppets. First a video of the puppets was shown for those who hadn’t seen the show then the Knights Ferry’s version. Phil Frymire played Bubba J, Ed Fortuny played Walter and Bill Telfair played Achmed. It was hilarious! Then there was a dance by Sara Harris, Dorothy McKinsey, Tracy Griesner, Lisa Frymire and Lori Lutz, accompanied by Benny’s Band. It was quite a show!


The Odd Fellows had a dinner last Tuesday to honor and pin four past Noble Grands, Lee Shearer, Bill Frias, Don Montgomery and George Feichter. Attending were Grand Master Cecil Eugene Breeland, Grand Marshal Carl Henning, Grand Chaplain Tim Brown, Grand Guardian Mike Branson and Bill Maxwell on the Board of Directors of the Rebekahs Children’s Home.


Long time Knights Ferrians were saddened to hear of the death of Al Scott, former resident who passed away in Georgia.


Keep using your Save Mart SHARES card for Knights Ferry School. The check for April, May and June was $1127.59. The Raley’s check for that quarter was $132.48. What an easy painless way to earn money for the school!


At the Knights Ferry School Board meeting the action items were passed. There are 123 students in school, down from last year. October 15th will be the annual Jog-a-Thon.

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