Happenings

Kathy Daniels organized Timberline students and community members for a clean-up day. Thanks to all helpers! They cleaned up the community and many roads in the area. It has been suggested that we all refrain from throwing paper/other trash out car windows or allow trash to fly out of pickups when going to the landfill. Let’s keep our hilltop clean!!

Rodeo

There is a Rodeo meeting coming up Friday, May 10, 7 p.m. at the rodeo grounds.

Mother’s Day Brunch

A treat for your mother on Mother’s Day! A reminder that the Rebekahs are hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch from 9 to 11 on May 12, at the Rebekah Lodge. Menu is quiche, hash browns, fresh fruit with coffee, tea, or juice. Advance ticket sales only, from any Rebekah or call Vickie Jorgenson 208 435-4234 or Christina Supak 208 816-1565. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for 12 and under. Tinies are free.

Timberline Schools

Money for the school? Interested in participating? Send your receipt from Amerigas to Timberline Schools, 22869 Hwy 11, Weippe, ID 83553 or take to the school office. The School is enrolled in the School Days program which means AmeriGas will total the gallons on the receipts and pay 2 cents per gallon, up to a maximum of $2,000 per year.

Wednesday, May 8

Target Time - 9:30 a.m.

-8th Grade Cultural Field Trip at Boise.

Thursday, May 9

Kindergarten Round-Up - 12:30 p.m.

Open Gym at 6 p.m.

Friday, May 10

High School Regional Track Meet at Kamiah - 2 p.m.

Saturday, May 11

High School Regional Track Meet at Kamiah -10 a.m.

Weed Identification Tour

The University of Idaho Extension Office is hosting a Weed Identification Tour Friday, May 31 from 9 to 3 in the Kendrick area. If you wonder what the weeds are on your property and how to control them this would be a useful tour. Registration is $20, call the extension office at 208 476-4434 to register or questions. The tour will include barnyard/corral areas, hay fields, pasture and forest.

Memorial Day

The Community Club will provide breakfast from 7 to 10:30 and will serve hamburgers at 12 noon.

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. Entry fees: Individual (before May 10) $15 w/t-shirt, $9 no t-shirt; Individual (after May 10) $20 w/t-shirt, $14 no t-shirt; Team (10 or more separately registered individual) $13 w/t-shirt, $8 no t-shirt. No team registrations accepted after May 10.

The Horseshoe Tournament is on with signup between 11 and 12.

Weippe Hilltop Museum will be serving hot dogs, chili dogs, bake sale goodies and a surprise special Weippe pizza. The Heywood family is the Pioneer Spotlight. There will be two new Weippe History exhibits.

Election

There will be an election for Clearwater Library District Trustees and Clearwater Highway Commissioners Tuesday, May 21. Polling is at Weippe City Hall from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

For Clearwater Library Trustee, six-year term, candidates are Rosan Monaghan, Don Ebert and Jim Everrett. Two-year term candidates are Ellen Tomlinson, Jason Berreth and Ann Lozar.

Candidates for Clearwater Highway District Commissioner are Tom Tillson and Richard Styre.

Dust Abatement

The cost for dust abatement this year is $215 for 600 feet and $430 for 1200 feet. Fees must be paid before Thursday, May 30.

Genealogy

Tammy Trieb is hosting genealogy information at the museum Thursday, May 16, 1 p.m. I was looking for information on my great grandparents in Virginia, only to find the courthouse had burned. Dead end. Tammy told us the state has any information the courthouse had so I am back on the search. She gave us several places to look and also has a family tree maker we can use. If we get enough members we can hook up to more information.

Mobile Food Pantry

Mobile Food Pantry will be distributed Tuesday, May 28 by the Rebekahs at Weippe Fire Station from 10:30 to 11:30. No early birds, no boxes made ahead, no deliveries, one box per household-no house will be allowed two boxes. Please bring your own boxes if you have ‘em.

The Seventh Day Adventist Church distributes food every Wednesday from their community building.

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