Congratulations to the Knights Ferry Students of the Month: Trenton Foster-Kindergarten, Carson Sundberg- First Grade, Aubrey Harris-Second Grade, Hayden Cassaretto-third Grade, Olivia Doshas- Fourth Grade, Ivan Garcia-Fifth Grade, Kaeli Sweet- Sixth Grade, Julia Nilsson-Seventh Grade and Cassandra Padilla-Eighth Grade. What a great way to start the school year!
Welcome new Knights Ferry School Board member Kim Cassaretto. She was elected at a special board meeting.
October is soon upon us so here are some dates for your calendar: October 4th Knights Ferry Community Club meeting at the clubhouse at 6:30 p.m. It is a dinner meeting. Please come and help plan the annual Pumpkin Roll. October 7th is Breakfast Sunday in the Ferry at the Odd Fellows Hall on Main Street from 8 to noon. The museum will be open also. The Knights Ferry History and Museum Associates meets Tuesday, October 9th at 9:00 a.m. in Miller's Hall. The Knights Ferry School Board meets Thursday, October 11th at 6:00 ...
Condolences go out to Nancy Redden and her family on the death of her father Bob Young. Besides Nancy, his wife Barbara and daughters Susan Daugs and Robin Bearg, eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren survive Bob. Services were last Saturday.
Birthday greetings for the month of September go out to: Jenny Limon, Sasha Sinkevich, Grant Wright, Mike Wright, Mickie Martinelli, Sally Goehring, Luke Bell, Kelli Sinkevich, Lynn Duckworth, Phillip Frymire, Breanna Banks, Evelyn Frias, Cassandra Padilla, Michel Griesner, Ken Raven, Emma Vargas, Alex Naccarato, Will Haskell-Kelly, Cheryl Griffiths, Nikita Sinkevich, Christine Fortuny, Jonna Ohe, Troy Peterson, James Peterson, Marcada Baker, Justin Paulat, Madison Willis, Jim Mangante, Alexis Elting, Joshua Reese and Mason O'Neil.
The Knights Ferry Community Club will meet Thursday, September 6th at 7:00p.m. It is a dessert meeting.
At the MAC meeting the California Highway Patrolman Anthony said they would watch the stop signs in the Ferry now that school has started. The O.I.D. letter for a $5.00 fee was discussed, as was the O.I.D.'s wanting to put a pipeline across the cemetery. The final plans were submitted for the MAC's approval of the AT &T building addition.
At the meeting of the Museum and History Associates of Miller's Hall, Heather Wright from the Army Corp, presented the colors that they would like to paint the end caps of the Covered Bridge. The colors were in keeping with the historical image and were approved. The date for the annual Peddlers Faire was set for April 28, 2013.
Last Saturday evening your reporter sat on the porch swing and watched the fingers of verga sweep over the hills, punctuated by bolts of lightning. This was possible because grandson Alex cut down the 30-year-old oleander hedge that had gotten way too big!
It is August already and here are some dates for your calendar. August 2nd is the Community Club meeting at 6:30 p.m. It is a dinner meeting. August 5th is Breakfast Sunday in the Ferry at the I.O.O.F. Hall. The Knights Ferry History and Museum Associates meet August 14th at 9:00 a.m. at Miller's Hall. The School Board meets August 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the school.
The mountain lion has been sighted on Frymire Road! Michelle Mueller reports her neighbor saw it drinking out of the ditch and lying in the shade. There have been many deer in that part of the neighborhood, good food for the lion. A deer killed by a lion was on the Griesner beach on the river on July 4th. Be aware of your surroundings when outside.
Birthday greetings for the month of July go out to: Gordon Griesner, Kathy Mangante, Diane Boyer, Kay Martinelli, Bonnie Witzke, Vira Segni, Beverly Brunker, Tasha Sweet, Shasta Duckworth, Shae Serpa, John Simons, Joey Miller, Riley Miller, Horst Kaiser, Jean Naccarato, Kylea Coston, Kaitlin Burke, Chris Roek, Kaitlin Van Ryn, Lina Nilsson, Darla Viohl, Maureen McKibban, Michael McKibban, Wyatt Souza, Sophie Schwandt and Kylee Sisco.
Welcome to Knights Ferry Jodie Osman, who is living on Shuper Road. She is getting to know the ins and outs of the town.
The Knights Ferry Community Club is getting a facelift. There are Boy Scouts washing and painting the building for an Eagle Scout project.
Condolences go out to the family of Mary Napier on her death at 81 years. Mary was raised in the Ferry in the house that is now the Museum and Ice Cream parlor. Her sister Ida Levine, three children, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild and nieces and nephews including Carla Doshas of Knights Ferry survive her.
The streets of Knights Ferry look good after the slurry seal. As of Saturday the lines had not yet been repainted.
Kaeli Sweet flew to Virginia Beach, Virginia, to visit her Uncle Adam and Aunt Tiffany. Hurricane Arthur, the first named storm of the season, went up the Atlantic seaboard also. We have to wait until Kaeli is home to find out how that experience was.
Stanislaus of Public Works has CHANGED THE DATES of the slurry seal on the town's streets. New dates are July 7-8-9. The streets are to be sealed in the order as before, Monday-Dent past Vantine and Vantine and Main Street. Tuesday-Lynde, Shurl, Dean and the rest of Dent, Wednesday-Ellen and by the Plaza to Cemetery road. No cars or pedestrians are to be on the sealing job for two hours afterwards. Plan your day accordingly.
At the MAC meeting to be held Thursday, June 26th, the slurry seal of all the streets in the Ferry will be discussed. The meeting is at 7:00 p.m. at the clubhouse. The sealing of the streets will be July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. There will be no cars or pedestrians allowed on the seal for two hours. The first streets to be done are Dent past Vantine and Vantine and Main Street on the 1st. The next day will be Lynde, Shurl, Dean and the rest of Dent. Day three will be Ellen Street and in front ...
Birthday greetings for the month of June go out to: Bob Brunker, Eric Sinkevich, Greg Borba, Johnathan Borba, Jeff Donnelly, Audrey Mack, Landon Burns, Katelyn Hunter, Carl Schafer, Ava Schulz, Rawlin Hixon, Preston Page, Madison Dickens, Pete Studer, Aleesha Harden, Mikayla Largent, Leah Armario, Oskar Nilsson, Karyn Miller, Patti Mack, Loretta Raphael, Kaeli Sturtevant, and Jazzlynn Velasquez.
Knights Ferry School held its Graduation on June 3rd on the front of the school overlooking the river valley and town. Charlee Birdsong rang the bell to start the program. The eighth Graders processed in and then Kaeli Sweet led the Flag salute and Alyssa Sisco led the "Star Spangled Banner". Speaker for the evening was Natalie Brockman, Paraprofessional and Band/ Music instructor. Graduates were Mario Aries, Jose Garcia, Sergio Garcia, Aleesha harden, Clay Heffington, Lindsey Largent, Alondra Machado, Julia Nilsson, Ray Patton, Jordan Proch, Kylee Sisco, Julian Velasquez and Megan Willis.
Don't forget Thursday, June 5th is the Community Club dinner meeting at 6:30 at the clubhouse.
Congratulations to graduates of Oakdale's high schools that had at one time gone to Knights Ferry School: Rylie Pena, Zane Gookin, Haleigh Ballesteros Bailey, Alyssa Perigen, Zeke Tanner, Alissa Baize, Jessie Freitas, Taylor Kelley, Hanna Martinelli Holland, Oskar Nilsson, Kaitlin Van Ryn, Charles Wong, Rachael Munoz, Leah Armario and Zeke Spani. Good luck in all you do!
Congratulations former Knights Ferry School students Daniel Gazdik and Audrey Mack on their graduation from Columbia College!
Welcome to the world Waylon Alexander Mederos, born the 24th of April to Alec and Ashley. Proud Knights Ferry grandparents are Sherry and Mark Schlegel.
Correction from last week's column - Michel Griesner caught a 12 pound 2 ounce stripper, not inches. Typing late at night causes errors!
Peddler's Faire people were sweating the weather after the downpour but the day was lovely. Just some fluffy clouds and a breeze, mostly sun, greeted the many Faire goers Sunday. There were all kinds of items for sale, something for everyone!
The sun rose through the pink tinted wispy clouds Easter Sunday to shine on the faithful assembled on Frymire Hill. Pastor Tanis, with his daughter and grandson, told of the appearance of his angel wife Sara Jean (mom, grandmother). She appeared to the grandson and daughter after the grandson was having trouble sleeping after Sara Jean's death and the angel appeared and told him it was time for him to sleep in his own bed and led him there. They said it looked and talked like Sara Jean with a white robe and wings down to the ground. Makes ...
At Public School's Night, the Masons announced the winners of the essay contest. The students wrote on why the Masons were involved in Public Schools. First Place winners received a check for $50.00. They were 6th grade- Braden Sousa, 7th grade- Alyssa Sisco and 8th grade- Julia Nilsson. Second Place winners received a check for $25.00. They were 6th Grade-Mikali Willis, 7th Grade- Kaeli Sweet and 8th Grade- Clay Heffington. Third Place winners received a check for $25.00. They were 6th Grade- Ivan Garcia, 7th Grade- Austin Santillo and 8th Grade- Aleesha Harden. Congratulations to you!
Tonight, Thursday, April 9th is Public School Night celebration at KFS beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the classrooms open. At 6:00 p.m. the program will begin in the multi-purpose room with the essay contest winners announced by the sponsoring Masonic Lodge Oak Summit #112, Free and Accepted Masons, Knights Ferry. Classrooms will be opened again at 6:30.