The celebration of Milton Lee Pritchard Snyder, PhD on Aug. 7, 2021 has been postponed until Oct. 2021. The heat and fires are of concern for Milton and family and many friends and relatives being of 90 plus years old. 

Milton was born on a Homestead farm on Three Mile Road, Weippe, Idaho in November 1929. He has written several books about this life from Weippe to North Korea to Seattle, Washington and all the in betweens. We will honor him in October with a celebration of his successful life and hear his story.

I am certainly looking forward to his visit and disappointed about the postponing of the celebration. Milton has many relatives here in this area Snyders, Bonners, Pritchards, Carrs and Jordans to name a few. We will keep you advised of the new date in October as soon as possible.

We have canceled the Bake Food Sale for July with everyone so busy and trying to enjoy summer in a new way, camping without a campfire. 

We will do a bake sale and food booth for the Rodeo during the third weekend in August.

Our museum is open every Friday and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. until November for Veterans Day, honoring our Hilltop hero’s.

If these times don’t work for you and you have out of town guests or family call Sally Marks, President, 208-435-4346 for a personal showing. We love our visitors and welcome them any time.

Let’s pray the fires will be contained and no new starts. Rain would be welcomed by everyone!

Bless our firefighters and keep them safe.

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