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Knights Ferry News for November 21, 2012

POSTED November 20, 2012 9:44 p.m.

Taylor Witzke celebrated her third birthday with family and friends at Grandma and Grandpa Noe’s home.


The Knights Ferry Community Church has a new assistant pastor, Brian Loomis. He is starting a fellowship for the youth in the community, meeting twice a month on Sunday afternoons. This is subject to change with the upcoming holiday season. Check out Roots on Facebook.


Knights Ferry School’s latest Box Tops report - a total of $286.60 was collected. This holiday season be sure and save the Box Tops as you do your holiday cooking.


The Knights Ferry Garden club met at Carol’s home and discussed the pumpkin rolls. We made enough to keep giving a scholarship and keep the Plaza and cemetery flag pole area looking good. The members made tray favors for the care home for Christmas. The next meeting will be their Christmas luncheon and gift exchange.


The senseless shootings in Oakdale have touched Knights Ferry. Abel Calderon, 20 years old, was one of those killed. His brother Alan is married to Jenee, daughter of Ray and Jean Northcutt, formerly of Knights Ferry and Jean is Pat Johnson’s sister. The Calderons have a yard service and have been doing Carol Davis’s yard for 12 years. She has watched Abel grow up into a fine young man. They also cleaned the Oak Grove Cemetery this year and have done work around the Ferry. There is a memorial fund for Abel at any Bank of the West.


The Knights Ferry Community Club Christmas Dinner will be December 6th at the clubhouse.


Get healing Mark!!


Knights Ferry School children are selling See’s Candy, Duarte Poinsettias and school T-shirts and sweatshirts. See Bev at the office to order before the end of the month.


Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!

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