Timberline Schools

Wednesday, May 22

Target Time at 11:30 a.m.

Basketball Camp, Grades 3-8, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 23

Student Of The Month 

Camas Counting Biology Field Trip

Basketball Camp, Grades 3-8, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Friday, May 24th,

Basketball Camp, Grades 3-8, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Junior High Glow In The Dark Dance, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Pool

Wednesday there were ten players at the Elkhorn. Buck Jared was first, Troy Manz second and Kerry Anderson third.

Friday there were ten players with Troy Manz coming in first, Buck Jared second and Billie Jo Brody was third.

Garden Club

Dirty Fingers Garden Club will meet this Thursday, May 23, 10:30 at the Weippe Library. As mentioned in the photo, Vickie Erickson embellished garden gloves with hand stitched and beaded decorations which she gave to members at the last meeting. It was very generous of Vicky. To me, the gloves are almost too pretty to use in the garden.

Everybody is welcome to attend. Come share your gardening experiences with like-minded folks. Have fun. Enjoy yourself. Coffee is on.

Timberline Genealogy

Timberline Genealogy group met at the museum last Thursday. Tammy Trieb called the meeting to order and gave the treasurers report. There was discussion on Family Trees and how to set them up. Internet access is now available which will help with searches.

Tammy has many CDs to help with searches, one of which I checked out - Family Archives-Military Records: U.S. Soldiers, 1784-1811. If you are a member of the Genealogy group you may check out these CDs. Membership dues are $10/year. It was decided at the last meeting to encourage membership by making the first year FREE.

Weed Identification Tour

Ever wonder what the weeds are on your property? This tour will help you learn what they are and how to control them. It is provided by the University of Idaho Extension Office and will be Friday, May 31 from 9 to 3 in the Kendrick area. Registration is $20, call the extension office at 208 476-4434 to register. A few spaces are still available. The tour will include barnyard/corral areas, hay fields, pasture and forest.

Memorial Day activities in Weippe

Memorial Day activities will be held Saturday, May 25. Family fun for the holiday.

Starting at 7 a.m. and continuing until 10:30, a hearty breakfast is served in the Weippe Community Hall by the Weippe Community Club. All you can eat and always good.

The race is on! Retreat to Weippe 3 mile run/walk will be held starting at Weippe Mini Park at 8:30 a.m. Pick up entry forms at the Library, print entry form at www.weippe.com or call 208 435-4362.

Weippe Rebekah’s pie sale starts at 8:30. A slice of homemade pie after the race…Yum.

Weippe Hilltop Museum will be open from 10 to 4, serving foot long Polish dogs, hot dogs, chili, chili dogs, drinks and bake sale goodies. The Heywood family is in the Pioneer Spotlight. There will be two new Weippe History exhibits and the 2020 calendar “Weippe Hilltop Heroes” (veterans) will be available.

The ever-popular Horseshoe Tournament is on with signup between 11 and 12. The trophies for this are large and impressive, participants are encouraged and welcomed.

Weippe Cemetery

Board members are Gene Applington, Frankie Larson and Sid Brown. Christine Brown is the secretary. Last year the grass was reseeded and fertilized so this year it may require more work in the form of grass cutting and trimming. Thanks to the Board, the Weippe Cemetery always looks fresh and clean. This week it will be mowed Wednesday or Thursday, depending on the weather.

Local Churches

Seventh Day Adventist Church has services Saturday; Worship Service 9:05 a.m., with Sabbath School Study Hour at 10:30 a.m. On Wednesday Bible Study at 1:30 p.m. Pastor is Steve Rogers. The Community Service Center is open Wednesday from 9 to 1. They also receive and box Azure Standard products which can be picked up at the Orofino Seventh Day Church on Thursdays. The Azure Standard website is https://www.azurestandard.com

Weippe Wesleyan Church Sunday services include Bible Class at 9 a.m., with a Coffee Fellowship at 10 followed by Sunday Service at 10:45. a.m. The Pastor is Jim Head. He can be reached at 208 435-4470. The church sponsors several community events including a musical event, Halloween party, (both in the community hall) and an egg hunt and play during the Easter season.

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