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Knights Ferry News for January 23, 2013

POSTED January 23, 2013 12:34 a.m.


Birthday greetings for January go out to: Heather Wright, Sean McCarthy, Barbara Burroughs, Kevin Burns, Heather Brockman, Wayne Largent, Sherron McCarthy, Jonathan Amaral, Amy Simons, Alexis Arias, Logan Martinelli, Angel Limon, Kaeli Sweet, Madison Page, Trenton Foster, Ric Feichter, Joe Murray, Larry Bell, Sam Page, Matthew Boyer, Elijah Etling, Benjamin Cassinetto, Mitzy Collantes, Brooks Bonde, Rhiannon Hawthorn, Heather Voortman, Carson Sundberg, Aubrey Harris, Katherine Ramirez, Phoebe, Lucas and Clairisse Jones.


There was something like a motorized parachute flying over the area on Sunday. It looked really strange, just a man with a motor and a parachute like thing overhead.


Welcome to Knights Ferry School Lucas and Julian Rains. Lucas is in the fourth grade and Julian is in the fifth.


At the Knights Ferry School Board meeting, the school’s safety plan was reviewed. A public address system was a needed item to be safe. The Board approved the Audit and the School Accountability Report Card. The 5th through 8th grades went skiing at Dodge Ridge. There was snow this year!


Shaye Spani, former Knights Ferry School student, has a picture for February in a calendar that the Oakdale Library is giving out. There was a poster contest for recycling awareness for Stanislaus County and Shaye won First Place in the 6th through 8th graders while at KFS. Congratulations Shaye!


Teri and Bernie Foster’s potting house went up in flames last Friday. Bernie was smoking some ducks in the smoker and somehow a fire was started and Whoosh! Up it went. All the tools, pots, garden tools and plants were destroyed. The Fosters had just returned home from England, where daughter Bridgette and son-in-law Ron took them as a Christmas gift.


The mountain lion definitely is not in the area, 12 deer have been eating in Rotelli’s pasture for days.


This column is short because your reporter’s mother (96 years old) had surgery on her broken ankle and I have been making daily trips to Modesto to see her.


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