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Knights Ferry News for June 13, 2012

POSTED June 13, 2012 1:38 a.m.
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At the Noe family ranch, Beverly reports that a tom turkey, a hen and 16 babies are gobbling up the grasshoppers!
Lincoln Vierhus from San Jose was out visiting his grandmother Joyce Reed and enjoyed time spent at the cabin.
At the Knights Ferry Community Club meeting the July picnic was planned. The club will provide hot dogs, buns and ice tea and lemonade, Lee Shearer will cook the beans and the community will bring salads and sides (A-M) or desserts and nibbles (N-Z). It will be the first Thursday in July at the pecan grove at the Knights Ferry Recreation area at 6:00 p.m. Christie Camarillo was the speaker on the Oakdale Cowboy Museum.

The upcoming display will be a saddle shop, with saddle makers demonstrating the art.
Knights Ferry School students that made a “B” average throughout the whole school year were: Rilyn Cassaretto, Manny Loomis, Julia Nilsson, Moriah Loomis, Paris Thompson, Madeline Freitas, Matthew Wolf, Shaela Borba, Cleo Wilson, Kylee Sisco, Wyatt Dickens, Angel Limon, Alyssa Sisco, Austin Santillo, Aleesha Harden, Mikali Willis, Eden Cassinetto, Tyden Baker, Alexis Arias, Brooks Bonde, Sergio Garcia, Braden Sousa, Kaeli Sweet, Alondra Machado, Elise Seeds, Erick Ramirez, Marina Braaton, Lenin Palafox, Sophia Schwandt and Dayne Sturtevant. Congratulations and keep up the good work next year!
Report from Beverly Brunker that Bob Jr. has killed a rattlesnake a day for a week in his back yard. Leslie Brunker was down for her dad’s 84th birthday. Hurry and heal that ankle Beverly!
There was a budget forum meeting last Wednesday at the school.
Shirley Buell from Stanislaus County Office of Education spoke on school financing. This Thursday, June 14th is the School board meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the school.
Don’t forget Vacation Bible School June 26, 27 and 28th at 9:00 a.m.
The annual Frymire Luau, a red solo cup event, was held last Saturday evening with food, fun and music.
There was a big birthday party for a house – yes, a house! The Willms ranch home is 160 years old so a party was held on the grounds. Lloyd Stueve had his Percheron horses pulling a wagon to take people on rides and David Clark had his tractor and wagon for hay rides. There was a band playing country music, lots of good food and a pictorial display of the Willms family. Joe from the construction company putting in the 4th water tube in the Hetch Hetchy pipeline to San Francisco told of the construction going through the Willms property. The wagon rides took folks to the site to see what was happening. It was a very fun event put on by Shirley Willms McPhee, Barbara Willms Barbagelata and John Barbagelata and Carolyn Willms Lopez and Fred Lopez and other family members.
Senior Information Day is June 22 at the Bianchi Center in Oakdale from 9-1. It is a free event for seniors but for a free meal ticket for lunch call 845-3567.

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