CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
AUGUST 5, 2010
The Fraser Community Center remodel
By Norma Brand
The temperature in the Fraser Community and surrounding area has been in the high 80s with nighttime lows of 58 to 65 degrees. We have been fortunate to have a nice breeze each day. Rain showers have fallen but very sporadically.
The Fraser Community Center Board and the Fraser Get Together Club held events to raise the needed funds for the remodel project. The next time you are at the center look over the new indoor bathroom and the kitchen. There is new flooring in both rooms and the kitchen has white counter tops on the cabinets and the serving counter, plus a stainless steel sink with new faucet. What an improvement! It’s beautiful.
A big “Thank You” goes to Carl
Stemrich and his crew of subcontractors, Risto Plumbing, Chris Anderson of Fords
Creek Pump and Lochsa Electric. The community appreciates you and the work you
have done on the old
The old cistern will no longer be used to wash dishes and drinking water will not have to be brought in for each event. An underground water tank will service the building. Pete Kingen used his mobile 1000-gallon water tank to fill this tank. Jack Smolinski and Mike Beard stopped by on Saturday, July 31 to check over the project. Jack had his picture taken looking over the new bathroom.
Clarabell Brown enjoys visit from son Robert
Clarabell Brown enjoyed a
visit from her son Robert over the weekend. Robert’s children Sydney and Conner
came with him. They stopped in at Danny and Donna’s for a swim in the pool and
visited Marie Green before returning to
Linda and Mike Beard
Linda and Mike Beard played in
a golf tournament at
at Fraser Jam Session
Shirley Schoenek drove up to Fraser from Orofino on Saturday. She stopped in at the Bluegrass Jam Session then visited Marie Green and Clarabell Brown before returning home.
Donna and Danny Brown
Donna and Danny Brown and Cory
and Michele and their daughters Izzy, Caitlin, Abby and Samantha drove to Dent
Bridge Camp Ground on Friday. They
visited with Chelsie Moreland and her family who were on an annual family
camping weekend. After dinner they returned home. One day last week Donna and
her granddaughter, Izzy, spent the day in
Shirley Lutes reported her mother, Bertys Smolinski, is a resident of Brookside Landing in Orofino again.
Peggy Ball home from
Peggy Ball is back from
The Vanderpool family will
hold their reunion on Sept. 11, so mark your calendars. Call Peggy Ball at
Weippe Wesleyan Church youth group
Cathy Walker reported the
Weippe Wesleyan Church Group will be serving pulled pork and a choice of two
salads on the Weippe Rodeo weekend. Their booth will be set up on the vacant lot
south of the church on
Happy Birthday goes out to Shirley Lutes and Reggie Ball on Aug. 6, to Donna Stickney on Aug. 7, Caitlin Brown on Aug. 29, Marie Green on Aug. 10 and to Donna Jackson on Aug. 12.