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Knights Ferry News

November 10, 2010

POSTED November 10, 2010 1:11 a.m.

Knights Ferry School held its Renaissance assembly for the first quarter. Those students with a 4.0 GPA were Wyatt Dickens, Sam Fletcher Paris Thompson, Meghan Caron, Sage Heckinger, Sophie Jones and Ashley Caron. Students with a 3.0 to 3.9 GPA were: Brooks Bonde, Brandi Cardey, Brandon Carroll, Rilyn Cassaretto, Eden Cassinetto, Emma Fallentine, Angel Limon, Austin Santillo, Kaeli Sweet, Jenna Armario, Aleesha Harden, Julia Nilsson, Ray Patton, Shawn Spani, Shaela Borba, Salvador Limon, Daniel Lubeck, Madison Willis, Maria Garcia, Cleo Wilson, Annette Arias, Kaitlin Burke, Jaycee Harden, Tyden Baker, Araceli Limon, Jasmin Olvera and Chris Roek. Congratulations and keep up the good work!


Nancy Redden has her son Scott, his wife Kristie and grandson Colton (5 months) visiting while Scott has a two-week leave from the Army. This is Colton’s first time to the west coast and the cousins were all glad to see him. Scott and family will be stationed at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky.


Bryce Hobbs is playing his violin (first chair) for the Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra. They played at the Gallo Center last Saturday. Bryce was the Concert Master.


There are salmon in the river! That is good because the Salmon Festival is November 14th at the Army Corp Park from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be exhibits, demonstrations, live music, food, games and fun for the whole family. There is no entrance cost.


Lee Shearer led a town tour for the Pleasanton Hiking Group. They enjoyed the museum and the town’s history.


In the 47-year history of the Knights Ferry Pumpkin Roll this was the first time with RAIN! Everyone wanted to roll so… on it went! The rain was an added element to the strategic planning of rolling the pumpkin down the street. In the 5 years and under category, Hayden Durham and Jaylynn Casey (on the line) took home trophies. The seniors rolled next with Allen Oberst and Linda Morris winning the genuine simulated gold trophies. In the 6-12 years category, Eden Cassinetto and Alan Casey took home the trophies. The teen category saw Austin Thiry and Ally Heck winning. The women’s category saw Bethany Taylor winning and Chris Peterson won for the men. This year there were only just over 200 signed up to roll, half of the number of last year. Everyone was wet but did not care. The craft fair was crowded and the Garden Club sold out of Pumpkin Rolls. The KFS Junior High sold pizza and the ORFD sold tri-tip sandwiches. It was a very interesting day.


Congratulations go out to Rossi Hoeffer, granddaughter of Bill and Kay Martinelli, for being selected for the Mikel Marino Scholarship. Rossi is a senior at Priest River High School. The award was presented to Rossi at the Professional Bull Riding Finals Gold Buckle Ceremony in Las Vegas. Rossi plans on going to Dental Hygienists school.


Congratulations go out to the following Knights Ferry School students who had their artwork selected for the Stanislaus River Salmon Festival 2011 Calendar. River McCarthy, Sage Heckinger, Emma Fallentine, Christian Baker, Aleesha Harden, Breanna Banks, Shawn Spani, Sydney Crawford, Mitzy Collantes and Paris Thompson. They will be recognized at a ceremony at the Salmon Festival on the 14th along with Oakdale students who were selected. All contest entries will be on display in the Army Corps Visitors Center.

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