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Sherry Schlader has her shop set up for Valentines Day

The snow storm that arrived on the evening of Sunday, Feb. 3, dumped seven to eight inches of wet snow on the Fraser Community. The next morning the Clearwater Highway District plowed the roads and the skies started to clear up. By night time fog had rolled in and light snow flakes started to fall again. The next morning we woke up to 19 degrees with cloudy skies. The forecast is for colder temperatures to move in during the week, so the month of February may turn out to be the beginning of our real winter season.

A review of the 132nd Celebration of Ground Hog Day of February revealed that the famous ground hog Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow on Feb. 2. This year thousands of people gathered at Gobblers Nob outside of Punxnnsutawney, PA to hear the famous prediction.

The polar vortex that hit most of the northern U.S. sent the temperature down to a frigid 10 degrees on that day. The crowd was dressed appropriately for the occasion. We will have to wait and see if Phil’s forecast for an “Early Spring” develops. Old Man winter may have something to say about that.

Open for business

Sherry Schlader’s business “Sherry’s Cakes and Bouquets” is now located at her home at 12997 Lower Fords Creek Road. She has spent many hours setting up the new shop and is ready to deliver your Valentine Day gifts to anyone on your list.

The shop is filled with colorful displays of roses, fresh cut bouquets, blooming plants, candy bar bouquets and sweet treats. Your gift selections for Valentine Day have just become easy.

Sherry’s Valentine Day hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Feb. 9 through 14. Delivery is available to Pierce, Weippe and Orofino and to all the schools. Stop by the new location or call the shop at 208-435-4793 to place your orders.

For your convenience All Holidays will have set hours. All other times please call before you come. Leave a message and Sherry will return your call promptly.

Looking forward to spring? The shop will have bedding plants available. What could be easier than to shop for your flowers right here on the hill?

Sherry has been in business for 30 years. She loves using her creative talents to make your gift giving a pleasant experience. Happy Valentine’s Day.

The Fraser Get Together Club will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The club voted to change the time to 12 o’clock noon with lunch to be served before the meeting. The theme is Valentine’s Day. The hostesses are Peggy Ball and Dawn Cloin. Guests are welcome.

The Fraser community Center Board will hold a meeting after Get together Club on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The board members send thanks to the Weippe Fire Department for filling the water tank at the Community Center.

Fraser news correction for Jan. 30

The Clearwater Historical Museum has one of the first Elias Howe sewing machines. It was patented in 1847. Norma Brand has an old Singer treadle machine with the original instruction manual and all the attachments, patented numbers listed from Dec. 11, 1900 through June 13, 1910.

Steve and Carol Green send Happy Birthday greetings to their granddaughter Finley Scott on Feb. 12. Finley will be five years old.

The Fraser Community sends Happy Birthday greetings to Shirley Lutes great grandson Sean Robinson on Feb. 11, to Toni Judd Smith on Feb. 14, to long-time resident and farmer Bill Jackson on Feb. 17, to Rex Lutes on Feb. 19 and to Steve Green on Feb. 20.

Happy Birthday greetings go out to Theresa Luna on Feb. 8, and to Sandy Linville on Feb. 17.

Happy Anniversary greetings go out to Scott and Theresa Luna on Feb. 13.

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