Timberline Schools

Thursday, April 15 is Spring Picture Day and class picture day. Be sure to send your kids in their best outfits.

Friday, April 16, is District Day for staff. Nez Perce Games will be at Kamiah from 4 p.m.-8 p.m., bus leaves at 2:15 p.m.

Saturday, April 17, North Idaho Hall of Fame Banquet at the Coeur D’ Alene Resort, Coeur D’ Alene.

Mrs. Brown’s first grade class made “Happy Spring” cards for the clients of the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley’s meals on wheels to help brighten their days. The seniors with this program want to send their thanks for their kindness.

Thanks to an anonymous donation made in the memory of Rea Dobson. The Timberline Alumni Foundation was able to purchase a third portable defibrillator for Timberline. This will enable ALL traveling teams to carry one on their buses. Thank you to the donor and the Timberline Alumni Foundation for the generous gift.

Timberline is currently seeking a Paraprofessional Aide. Direct inquiries can be made to Principal, Jason Hunter at 208-435-4411 or at hunterj@jsd171.org. Please send application materials to Jessica Fugate at PO Box 2259, Orofino, Idaho 83544 or email her at fugatej@jsd171.org. Start date 2021-2022 school year.

Timberline Schools are looking for Substitutes for teachers, aids, and office Staff. No teaching degree required. To get an application, please call or stop by at Timberline; 208-435-4411, or Joint School District 171, Orofino Office; 208-476-5593.

Idaho Youth ChalleNGe Academy (IDYCA)

The cadets volunteered over the weekend of April 4 to help clean up the Hells Canyon Recreation area. They started at the Upper Pittsburg Landing and worked approximately three miles up Klopten Creek Trail. Their hard work was very much appreciated, not only by the Hells Canyon Recreation Collaborative group, but the community as well.

This last week they worked on cleaning up Hwy 11, starting in Pierce and working their way south towards Weippe. The roads look wonderful after their hard work, and we should extend our thanks to the school and cadets for all they do for our community.

Clearwater County

Groomer

As the winter season comes to an end, we need to make sure to thank our Groomer volunteers for all their hard work and dedication to maintaining our riding trails we enjoy throughout the winter.

They spend their weekends either grooming the trails, moving the groomer or tending to maintenance on the groomer itself, so we all can enjoy our beautiful area in the winter months. Thank you, Clearwater County Groomer Members and Volunteers, for you hard work. Until next year.

Pierce News

Reminder-Since April 2, the city water was safe to resume for drinking by the DEQ. If you have further questions or concerns you can contact Pierce City Hall at 208-464-2222.

Saturday, May 1, is Pierce Clean-Up Day! May Day is the best time to start spring cleaning in Pierce.

The Pierce Gem Team sponsors this annual event and invites the town to take part in sprucing up the town after a serious winter. We will be meeting at the Kiosk (Main Street north) at 8 a.m. and will give out trash bags to tackle the streets.

The county container and the Pierce City garbage truck will also be at the Kiosk. The IDYCA Cadets will be helping as well, so be a part of this big day to make everything beautiful in Pierce.

For any more information, please call Kathy at 208 464 1083. Thanks to everyone in advance!

Weippe News

The Weippe mobile food pantry provides food to those in need each month on the fourth Tuesday of the month. They provide food to those on the hill whether it is Pierce, Headquarters, Fraser or Weippe. Because we are a drive through – we begin distribution of the food once it has been offloaded.

The truck generally arrives around 9 a.m. and we are distributing food as early as 9:30 a.m. and we will stay and hand out food until 11 a.m. unless we run out earlier. The next food distribution will be April 27.

Open Pool Tournaments

April 7th’s tournament at the Elk Horn Tavern ended with Darrel Sampson in first, Ronnie Smith in second, and John Jared in third.

April 9th’s tournament at Miss Lily’s ended with Kerry Anderson in first, Dan Vaughan in second, and Buck Jared in third.

April 10th’s tournament at the Flame ended with Mike Crocker in first, Brian Boyles in second, and Melanie McCoy in third.

April 11th’s Pool League scores are as follows…Miss Lilys2 at Timber1 ends 16-0 in Miss Lily’s favor. Timber2 at Elkhorn2 ends 10-6 in Elkhorn’s favor. Flame at Miss Lily1’s ends 11-5 in Miss Lily’ favor.

With these results, it’s going to be close for first place. Next Sunday will tell it all. Kathy Wilson-Dill also wanted to point out that in all the years she has been participating in a pool league, she has never seen a 16-0 game, congratulations to Miss Lily2’s team on a great win.

Pierce Community Center

With heavy snow falls behind us, hopefully, the Pierce Community Center has placed their outside basketball hoop outside in their parking lot under the streetlight. The kids have already been enjoying the new hoop since it was placed outside last Friday.

The center staff ask that the kids be respectful of the hoop, take care of it and make sure others are doing the same. The Community Center does NOT provide an outside ball and the kids must bring their own ball to use outside.

With less than two months away from reopening the pool, time is drawing near for training to begin for the lifeguards. The pool is hoping to have a full staff this year and are still seeking applications for lifeguards for this summer season. Applicants need to be at least 16 years of age or older and a strong swimmer. No lifeguard experience is necessary, training will be provided prior to certification, which is necessary for the position.

For further information or applications please contact Brandy at the Pierce Community Center during regular business hours, or their Facebook page where she or Katherine are also available for questions you may have. Applications can be picked up at the Community center and will need to be dropped off in person during regular business hours. Remember our business hours are Monday-Thursday 4 p.m.-7 p.m. and Friday’s 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Any events, news, or information you would like to share in the Clearwater Tribune under the Pierce/Weippe news, please be sure to contact Brandy Denison by social media or email at mrsfs24@gmail.com prior to the deadline on Monday to make the following Wednesday paper.

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