CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
JUNE 24, 2010
Leslie Potratz 464-1023
Pool opening delayed
the pool suffered a setback when the boiler room “almost” caught on fire. Thanks
to the people who saw the smoke and reported it and to the quick response of the
Pierce Volunteer Fire Dept. and everyone else who came to help, a complete
disaster was avoided. There was a lot of smoke and oil fumes in the pool area.
The pool is now scheduled to open on Monday June 28. Swimming lessons will begin
July 5. Call
“Big Linda’s” Wake
Staying true to her wishes the
family of Linda Shewbert plan to celebrate her life Sunday June 27 at the Timber
Inn. There will be
There will be an H.P.C.F. meeting Monday, June 28 at at the Pierce Library. We will be making plans for our 1860 Days fund raiser booth. Many thanks to all the wonderful volunteers who helped with the Memorial Flags on Flag Day! Your help was truly appreciated!
Our next holiday to display the Memorial Flags will be July 4. Set up will be Take down will be Please join us.
Summer Reading Program
Library will offer their summer reading program starting on June 30 at p.m. It
will run every Wednesday through July 28 for ages 5-12. Questions? Call the
flying, and soon the big weekend will be upon us. Are you ready for fun? Just so
everyone is prepared, make sure that any visitors you have invited have a place
to stay ahead of time. Whether it is your home, your backyard, a motel or RV
park in town, secure those plans now. Prevailing thought is that Pierce is going
to increase dramatically in population Aug. 6-8, and making certain that people
are comfortable will be very important. This is the “Big One” for Pierce's
More vendors are signing up with Leia VanHook; if you wish to have a booth, please call her at
Remember, Saturday, June 26 is the 1860 Days Rummage Sale at A Blue Moose, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. We are still accepting items for this sale, and thank everyone who is donating--all proceeds go toward a bigger and better 1860 Days. You may drop off items at A Blue Moose from Wednesday until Saturday.
If you are a business or individual who would like to advertise in our 1860 Days program, please contact Kathy at 464- 1083, for information. This program is being expanded this year, and many use it as a directory for local services.
The next meeting is Thursday, June 24, at A Blue Moose. Anyone interested in volunteering time and energy is invited to attend.
Old Fashioned Auction for Cancer
July 17th for Dave Vaughn at the
Dave and his wife Peggy live on the outskirts of Weippe. They are well known for the excellent cabinetry work they do.
Before moving to Weippe he was a
working cowboy managing a cattle ranch in
Please help us with this very
important project. They have a very tough road ahead of them. Any questions call