The Gem Team is inviting the hilltop to Pierce Community Day, Saturday, June 27, from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., at Pierce Community Center (parking lot). This eventful day will encompass quite a few happenings: Clean-Up Day starts at 9 a.m, and bags will be available for anyone wishing to enjoy a refreshing walk around town and clean up at the same time. The City garbage truck and the County container will be at the Kiosk that day for discarding any larger items.

Disaster Preparedness presentations will be featured in the parking lot from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The Pierce Fire Department, Clearwater County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team, and the American Red Cross, among other groups, will inform and teach about being prepared in the event of a disaster. This will be a first for Pierce, and all very welcome information.

Pierce Community Day is all about the Pierce community and its services. All service organizations are invited to host a booth at the Community Center to introduce themselves to the community. This is a no-vendor event, just service groups.

The Pierce Gem Team will be offering wonderful baked goods at this event! We are asking our community of amazing bakers to contribute their talents for this fundraiser. The bake sale will run from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. or until we sell out. This promises to be a huge, helpful, and informative day! If anyone wishes more information or wishes to be part of this event in any way, please call Kathy at 208 464 1083.

The community will soon have two new dog waste disposal stations; one at the Play Park Pavilion, and the other at the Courtyard Park Pavilion. There will be disposal bags for dog waste near a garbage can. We hope this will be another easy incentive to help clean up Pierce.

Our next Movie in the Ballfield will be Saturday, July 11, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The movie will be announced soon. Concessions will be available.

Pierce/Weippe ATV Trailriders Club Father’s Day Fun Run was held Saturday, JUne 20 and had a record turnout with 207 riders! A big “Thank You” to Ben and Joni Johnson for the donation of food for the BBQ. It was a hit! We ran out of hamburgers and hotdogs.

Thank you Clay and Lily Hosley for the use of your property and always supporting the club. Side X Side Vision, Mike Kane for your donation. We would also like to thank The Market in Pierce for getting all the food ordered and serving our crowd throughout the day. Thank you to all of our volunteers/club members. You rocked! Thank you to all of our riders for your donations, continued support and keeping this a fun, family friendly event. Hope to see you all on Aug. 1 for the 1860 Day’s ride!

Deyo Reservoir located in Weippe is now taking on-line camping reservations. Go to to reserve and pay by PayPal or by credit/debit card. If you have any questions please call 208-435-4058 and leave a message and someone will get back to you soon.

The Pierce Library is open! They have two of the four computers in the Tech Center open to be able to practice social distancing. They will be taking precautions to sanitize while still being able to serve you.

The Hilltop Seniors Congregate Meal Site in Weippe is still closed due to precautions over the Covid-19 outbreak. However, they will be delivering and providing grab and go meals. They are hoping to reopen on July 6 but until then, if you are in need of meals please call and order at (208)435-4553 or (208)827-6925. We are taking every precaution necessary while still providing meals to anyone in need.

Please call before showing up to get instructions. The front door will remain locked and we ask that you pull up by the back door, honk and stay in your vehicle and someone will come out. We are doing all we can to serve our community safely.

1860 Days committee is working on getting everything ready for our upcoming celebration being held on Friday, July 31, Saturday and Sunday Aug. 1-2. Friday’s Kick-Off will start with the Berry/Cherry Bake-Off, dinner from 5-7 p.m., opening speech from our Mayor and entertainment starting at 6 p.m. at the Community Center parking area. A full schedule of events will be posted soon for Saturday. Be looking for the T-Shirts that will be out soon. Get them while you can!

Next meeting will be Wednesday, July 1, 5 p.m. at the Courtyard next to the logging museum. They are always welcoming new people that might want to help make this town event happen!

Pool tournaments are happening - Wednesday nights 5 p.m. at the Elkhorn in Weippe, Thursday nights at Miss Lily’s in Pierce starting at 6 p.m. and for now Friday and Saturday at The Timber Inn at 6 p.m.

Winners from last week were; Wednesday June 17 at Elkhorn, Heather Decker took first, Ronnie Smith second and Jake Martin was third. Thursday June 18 at Miss Lilly’s, Alan Mee first, Dan Vaughan second and Matthew Hagele third. Good job players!

Next Thursday, June 25 will be Kathy Dill’s last Tournament for the summer as she is off to camp. She will start playing again the first Thursday of September, so get ahold of Clay Hosley at Miss Lily’s to find out if he will continue the tournaments there for those two months that Kathy will be gone. Have a safe and fun filled summer! Tournaments are open to the public and they are always looking for new people to join in the fun!

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