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Knights Ferry News for April 27, 2011

POSTED April 27, 2011 5:49 a.m.

The gathering at the Frymire cross for Easter Sunrise service did not get to see the sun rise because of the cloud cover but that didn’t dampen their spirits. Pastor Tanis led the assembled in song and worship. Afterwards all enjoyed good food and fellowship.

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Don and Gayle Diltz have returned from a 5600-mile trip down south. First they stopped in Prescott, Arizona to visit Don’s sister and do some repair work to her home, then it was on to Albuquerque, Mew Mexico to visit a friend of Gayle’s. Next stop was Howe, Texas to see Don’s older brother. They were now traveling just one day ahead of the rash of tornadoes that hit the area. They stopped at Kingston, Oklahoma to see Don’s twin brother and then on to Owasso, Oklahoma to Don’s sister’s home where they helped plan Don’s mother’s 89th birthday, a surprise party. Don’s mom lives in Collinsville, Oklahoma, just up the road from his sister. Next on the agenda was Mississippi to see their daughter Korinne and her new husband, Brian. Next stop was New Orleans where they played tourist and ate Po Boys. Then it was on to Pensacola, Florida, where they laid on the beach. On the return trip they went to the Alamo and did the River Walk in San Antonio, Texas then on to Palm Springs then home. It was a long trip but they got to see all the relatives.

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Congratulations to Michelle Muller on being baptized at River Oak Grace Church.

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Knights Ferry students that displayed citizenship in the classroom were awarded T-shirts. They went to Ben Cassinetto, Kindergarten; Breanna Banks, First Grade; Joshua Munoz, Second Grade; Alex Arias, Third Grade; Paris Thompson, Fourth Grade; Julia Nilsson, Fifth Grade; Sage Heckinger, Sixth Grade; Cleo Wilson, Seventh Grade; and Ashley Caron, Eighth Grade.

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The geese on the Dolling’s pond have hatched their eggs and cute fuzzy goslings are following their parents.

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Notice: the trashcans in the park and at the Community Club are not for residents to use.

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Gary and Barbara Shook have son Chuck, his wife Heather, and grandchildren Sydney, Stella and Adrian visiting from Las Vegas over Easter Break. Sydney was the recipient of the “Birthday Song” at the 50’s Roadhouse last Wednesday.

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At the Knights Ferry School Board meeting, plans for the slope to the playing field were unveiled. The design is ADA compliant, with retaining walls and handicap accessible walkways.

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May 1st is the annual Peddlers Faire at the Knights Ferry Recreation Area. There will be a breakfast at the I.O.O.F. Hall and a shuttle to take you to the park. The vendors open at 8:00 a.m. and close at 4:00 p.m.

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May 5th is the Community Club meeting. It is a potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. with Jeff Jardine as speaker.

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