The Jr. High Thanksgiving feast was well attended at the Community Club. The students made placemats and tree centerpieces for the tables, prepared a feast fit for a community, and served their local friends and family a hot lunch.
This week Knights Ferry School will play a soccer game at Roberts Ferry. The school has enjoyed the addition of soccer to the school’s sports program. Good luck, Bobcats!
The town’s Christmas Parade down Main Street led by Benny’s tractor is on Sunday, December 2nd around 11 a.m. If you would like to be in the parade, please arrive by 10:30 a.m. in front of the River’s Edge. Don’t forget to eat at the Odd Fellows pancake breakfast and visit the Knights Ferry Museum while you’re in town!
The Knights Ferry Odd Fellows have a created a website about their pancake breakfast, club history and information, and hall rental details. Go check it out at www.knightsferryoddfellows.com!
Kaeli and I drove down to Fullerton to meet up with Heather and Dakota Voortman, and Tim, Susan, Reece, and Reagan Glidewell to volunteer at the Operation Christmas Child processing center. Each donated box must be checked for items such as liquids and war related items before it can be shipped. The center is one of eight processing centers in the country. From 9am-5pm, our processing center processed over 38,000 boxes for children around the world. It was great to see all the special gifts both handmade and purchased for children in need.
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