150 YEARS AGO | Saturday, April 14, 1866
Our good friend, Grant Taggert, was here Wednesday. He brought a precious cargo for somebody and us a present of the first asparagus and rhubarb of the season. Another renewal of thanks.
The May Faire at the JC Park this past Saturday was a "booming" success! A great sigh of relief and huge round of applause to Travis Finch of Velocity for volunteering time and tools to put the finishing touch to the Maypole in the JC Park.
What a beautiful weekend in the North 40. Daffodils, lilacs, dogwood and tulips are blooming and spring is here.
The memorial service for Luke Lucas will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at Trinity Center Community Church.
This season’s Hayfork Farmers Market will mark the end of an era: The Cordtz Family Farm will no longer be a participant. Debra and Larry are putting away their gardening gloves and tools, probably for the last time.
This Saturday the Lewiston Garden Club will host a Lewiston Art & Garden Party at River Rock Gardens in Lewiston.
Today, April 27, the JCVFD Board of Directors will hold its monthly meeting. These board meetings are scheduled for the fourth Wednesday of the month and begin at 6:30 p.m.; the agenda is posted in the post office and on the exterior of the engine house (between the fire bay doors). The meeting is open to the public and the board does invite public comment.
Coming up this Saturday, April 30, is our annual Cinco de Mayo Dinner Fundraiser, from 5 to 7 p.m. Presale tickets at the front desk, $13 adult. At the door, adults $15 each, children $6.
Brad Straatman gets a core sample at the Shimmy Lake snow course.
Trinity’s Ian Taylor dives back into first base ahead of an attempted pickoff throw as Weed first baseman Dillon Page awaits the ball Friday. Taylor would induce another pickoff attempt which sailed wide and allowed Taylor to scamper to second base.
Trinity second baseman Micah Miyamoto jumps out of the way while reaching for an errant throw as Weed’s Kyly Matheson slides in safely during a wild opening game of a doubleheader Friday afternoon. Trinity would hold on to win 30-23.
Trinity High School’s Future Business Leaders of America at the Leadership conference.