The Knights Ferry 8th graders are having a pizza fundraiser at Mountain Mikes from 5-8 p.m. on May 15. Mention the fundraiser and 25 percent of purchase will go toward the 8th grade graduation costs.
Enjoy a family-fun evening up at the school on May 16 at 5 p.m. The students of Knights Ferry School will show off their talents in the Knights Ferry School’s annual talent show. Admittance is free and there will be a taco truck to purchase dinner.
Last Friday was a very exciting day at school. Mrs. Moore and the kindergarteners invited their mommies to a tea party and the staff attended an appreciation luncheon planned by the Knights Ferry parents under the direction of Courtney Farris.
On May 20 from 4:30-5:30 p.m., Assembly member, Heath Flora’s mobile district office will be in the Miller’s Hall building. The office will be available for the public to ask questions or bring concerns to the Assembly office.
The Knights Ferry History museum is looking for someone to create grade appropriate worksheets for school groups (and individuals) to work on while they visit the museum. They are putting forth great efforts to bring the history of Knights Ferry alive to grade school students and they really need your help! Please contact Heather Voortman at the Knights Ferry Creamery if you are interested.
There have been unofficial mountain lion sightings in the outskirts of town. We live among wild life and if you have small animals, consider bringing them in at night or providing proper protection.
Contact Nastasia Sweet at email@example.com
Thursday, May 16 at 7:30 p.m. Odd Fellows Bald Mtn Encampment No.4 meeting