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Knights Ferry News Week of May 7, 2014

POSTED May 6, 2014 5:06 p.m.

Correction from last week’s column - Michel Griesner caught a 12 pound 2 ounce stripper, not inches. Typing late at night causes errors!

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Congratulations go out to the April Students of the Month at Knights Ferry School: Kindergarten- Tristan Voortman, 1st/2nd- Kyla Ryan and Wyatt Sousa, 3rd/4th- Vincent Peterson and Dakota Voortman, 5th/6th- Olivia Doshas and Alex Arias, and 7th/8th- Tyden Baker and Jose Garcia.

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Lisa Dolling and her sister Rosie Paulat and two other friends spent the weekend in Murphys where they did a bit of wine tasting and relaxing.

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Condolences go out to the family of Ernie Sawyer on his death. He was a big fan of the Ferry.

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Jim and Diane Boyer have returned from Oregon where they met up with their son Stuart, his wife Rosalie and granddaughter Adaya. Oregon is a halfway point for the families and Stuart had been to a Pastors conference on the coast. They stayed in Redmond at the Eagle Crest Resort.

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Pat Johnson took her Third and Fourth grade class to World of Wonder Science Museum in Lodi. It is like a small Exploratorium. There were many hands-on activities, like Magna Tiles, microscopes, Light Table, plasma ball, Ferro Fluid, Pendulum Snake, Parabolic dishes and many more. Pat said the students did not want to leave!

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The Knights Ferry Museum has some new items. Denise Crom donated quilt stretchers; Mary Ann Brennan Strom donated a settee, chair and sewing machine from her dad’s estate.

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Knights Ferry Parent Teacher Club is sponsoring a Talent Show/Dinner on May 15th at 5:00 p.m. Contact the school if you want a tri-tip dinner.

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Knights Ferry School Board will meet May 8th at 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.

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Knights Ferry Garden Club will meet at 9:00 a.m. at the flag pole in the cemetery on May 14th. Bring a sack lunch and we will eat on Maureen’s patio.

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