CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
Fraser stays busy
By Norma Brand
The Fraser Ladies Get Together
Club held their monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 12 at the
The Father’s Day breakfast was discussed, the 4-H clubs on the hill will not be handling the breakfast this year. The Get Together Club voted to take over the responsibilities for this year. It has always been a fun Father’s Day event for the area and everyone wanted it to be held again this year. The price for the meal will be $5 for adults and $2.50 for ages 12 and under.
The menu will be pancakes, scrambles eggs, sausages, biscuits and gravy, juice, coffee and milk. Watch for the advertising and plan to treat that special man in your life to a tasty breakfast. It will be held on Sunday, June 20, which is Father’s Day, from
The meeting was adjourned, and while everyone enjoyed a tasty lunch a game was played. The name of a famous person was assigned to each person. A tag with the name was attached between the shoulders so the person could not see it. The instructions were to ask questions that could be answered with “Yes” or “No” to identify the name. Oreta Stuart won a jar of crab apple jelly for guessing that her famous persons name was Abraham Lincoln.
Judy Berreth won the White Elephant gift. Secret Sister gifts were exchanged and shared. The next meeting will be June 9; hostesses will be Delores Watson and Bev Bailey.
A meeting to discuss the up
coming “Yard Sale” was held by the members after the regular meeting. Gini
Donnelly is in charge of organizing this fundraiser event to benefit the
Donations are needed if you
have any usable household items please call Gini at
Remember as you are doing your spring housecleaning, set aside your usable items for this fundraiser. Plan on spending Saturday, June 5 on the hill.
The Rebekah Lodge is planning a plant and glassware sale and there will be other sales to attend.
Raffle tickets are sold each year to support the Weippe Volunteer Fire Department. Mark Fowler sold tickets to Steve Brand, after the sale on Saturday Steve received a telephone call. He was told to come to the fire department and pick up his prize, which was a $100. It pays to take a chance, so when next year comes around, help out our local fire department by purchasing some tickets, you may be the next winner.
The Idaho State Chapter
Convention of the P.E.O. Sisterhood was held at the Grove Hotel in
Happy Birthday goes out to Harley Oceyene Harris on May 24, to Eric Stuart on May 25 and to Buck Armitage on May 27.