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Knights Ferry News for November 28, 2012

POSTED November 27, 2012 8:13 p.m.
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Scott Naccarato and Tristan were going to Alex and Jean’s home late Saturday night when they came upon a large mountain lion on Cemetery Road. He sat there for a while then jumped the fence to the Martinelli pasture. Scott said it was very big! Be on the watch!


Nancy Redden had a great Veterans’ Day - son Scott came back from Afghanistan! Nancy and Scott’s wife and son Colton greeted him at the airport and Colton ran to his dad. Scott is stationed at Ft. Campbell, Tennessee. Nancy is glad to have him on U.S. soil!


The community club was all decorated last Tuesday for the “Feast” put on for the community by the Seventh and Eighth Grades of Knights Ferry School. Place mats of pressed leaves, centerpieces of leaf decorated trees and turkeys were made by the lower grades. The Junior High made and served the food. Ray Patton liked cutting the yams. Aleesha Harden liked putting up the decorations. Madison Page and Julia Nilsson liked making the stuffing. Brendan Finn liked helping the community. Cassy Padilla liked serving the food. Elora Dennis liked working at the community club rather than being in school. Elise Seeds liked decorating the tables. Kylee Sisco liked skipping schoolwork. Alondra Machado liked cooking. There were many partaking the good food, from preschoolers to senior citizens. Tristan McCarthy liked eating the stuffing and Tristan Voortman liked eating the sweet potatoes. It was a very good start to the holiday season.


With December just around the corner, here are some dates for your calendar: December 2, breakfast at the I.O.O.F. Hall and Santa at the Ice Cream Parlor (Parade will be another day); December 6th Christmas dinner at the clubhouse at 6.00p.m. with Oakdale High School Choir performing. Bring a side or salad the choir will bring dessert. Also bring canned goods and new unwrapped toys. December 11th History and Museum meets at Miller’s Hall at 9:00 a.m.; December 13 the Knights Ferry School Board meets at 6:30p.m. at the school. December 18 the KFS Christmas Program.


While taking a break from typing this column, your reporter went to the kitchen and a small bird was flying at the window. It was a Ruby-Crowned Kinglet (I had to look it up). It is a tiny olive gray bird with a scarlet crown patch that is usually concealed. When excited, the ruby crown is erected. This bird kept hitting the window and displaying its red head. This was the first time I had ever seen this bird, at least with the red showing. Drove the cat crazy!


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