Pajama clad children, with blankets and pillows, enjoyed movie night in the Ferry. All the children and some of the parents were in their nightclothes. Hot chocolate and candy cane sticks were slurped and licked as the Muppets provided the entertainment. The theater chairs at the clubhouse for the adults were moved to surround the area full of children. It was an enjoyable night. Your reporter and hubby missed it because granddaughter Claire Krippner was in a basketball tournament playoff. Claire scored 4 baskets out of 5 for the second place trophy in the Lutheran League.
The Knights Ferry Community Church will hold Christmas Eve service on the 24th at 5:30 p.m. at the church. There will be a candlelight service in which the children will take part. Afterwards there will be light refreshments and fellowship.
Congratulations go out to Kaitlin Van Ryn for being the Most Valuable Player of the Lady Mustang volleyball team.
At the December School Board meeting the new board members, Diane Noon, Sean McCarthy and Kym Cassaretto were installed. Kym was made Board President and Maureen McKibban is the County Representative. The First Interim packet was gone over. The budget is looking in good shape. The classroom computers are having the new program for the new testing installed by the County Office of Education. Tonight, December 18th, is the Winter Program at the clubhouse at 6:30 p.m.