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Knights Ferry News
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Gary and Sharon Page’s grandson Sam Page is the quarterback for the Sonora Wildcats and Sam saved the game against Hilmar with a last minute dive across the goal line for a 2-point conversion that won the game. Way to go Sam!

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Don and Gayle Diltz have returned from their drive to Oklahoma (3500 miles in 15 days) where they visited with Don’s mother, twin brother, and one of his sisters. Gayle said there was rain and 105 degrees with the humidity-ugh! They went to Skiatook, north of Tulsa, where there was a big museum with Phillips Gas memorabilia and Indian items. They saw buffalo and their calves and a mountain man encampment where there were games of skill. Gayle out shot five others! She also took part in the tomahawk throw and she got two scores and Don got two. They spent time in Owasso and Collinsville. On the way home they visited Don’s sister in Chino Valley, Arizona and saw a 70-foot high cross at the Sedona Cathedral. Gayle says that is the last time they drive to Oklahoma!

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Mary and Jason Turner’s home is going up on Sonora Road. It is great to watch the progress!

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Mary Sue Shearer and granddaughter Claire attended a baby shower for former Knights Ferry resident Amanda Lamb Beltrami. The guests were provided with baby clothes to decorate for the baby. She received some very nice gifts.

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The Oak Grove Cemetery has a new paved road by the rock wall. This was part of the deal with OID to trench a pipeline through the cemetery.

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Ben Cassinetto is home recovering from having a pacemaker implanter to regulate his heart. Hurry and get well.