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Knights Ferry News Week of August 7, 2013

POSTED August 7, 2013 4:39 a.m.

 

 

There is a missing African Gray parrot flying around in this area. A couple from the Bay Area were camping at the Horseshoe Recreation area on Orange Blossom Road and the parrot escaped. They stayed a few days to try and find it but no luck. It is 12 inches tall, gray with a red tail. The parrot talks and imitates kitchen appliances. His name is Bird. Call your reporter at 881-3314 if you see or hear it.

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At the Knights Ferry Community Club meeting last Thursday, all enjoyed the lovely desserts before the meeting. The movie night was discussed. This month it will still be on the second Tuesday but with school starting it will have to change. At this August movie night they will poll the crowd to see if a Friday or Saturday night would be better. Also discussed were the broken steps in the Plaza. The Masons will fix them. Miles Shuper talked on the car show plans for April 5, 2014. It will be called the Knights Ferry Classic. All in attendance were encouraged to come to the August 22 MAC meeting to hear the plans on a dam failure. The next meeting will be a dinner meeting on September 5.

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Kaeli and Deagan enjoyed vacationing in Virginia with Grandma Karen Sweet. They were at Virginia Beach and swam with jellyfish in the ocean. They met a lot of Jason’s family and day tripped around the area.

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Condolences go out to Dick Muniain on the death of his Aunt Nisse Lorea (lived in Oakdale) and the death of his uncle Lawrence Lorea (different Lorea families). Lawrence was raised in Oakdale and Knights Ferry.

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There are openings for Knights Ferry School Board, Knights Ferry Municipal Advisory Council and the Community Service District for the upcoming election. In case the incumbent is not running, the filing period deadline is August 14.

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The movie “Surfs Up” will start at dusk August 13.

 

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