Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Ryan Hayes.
Ryan passed away this morning of an apparent heart attack.
|Dr. Fredrickson, veterinarian for Simplot Cattle, gave a powerpoint presentation on poisonous plants. How allowing cattle access to poisonous plants can cause deformities, miscarriage and death. He did say that if the plant is purple chances are it is poisonous, pine needles are also poisonous. A suggestion to help keep your cattle from eating the plants is not to turn them out hungry, that way they won’t gorge themselves on everything.|
|Cody Burlile, Payette River Cattlemen’s Association spoke on what the PRCA does to educate and encourage young people to become involved in the beef industry. With fundraising and membership dues, they are able to provide scholarships to young people|
The American Red cross will be in Ola for blood donations
between 10AM and 2 PM on Thursday, March 12, 2015,
at the Ola Community Center,21750 Main Street, Ola, Idaho.To schedule an appointment, call Darlene Mingus at 584-3429. Forquestions or information call the American Red Cross at1-866-236-3276.
|This guy really knows how to cook prime rib. Alan J. did an outstanding job of cooking the meat to everyone's liking. Thanks Alan!|
|Our wonderful servers, they made sure that everyone was attended to. No 5 star restaurant could have provided better service. Nathan M. (first time server) did a great job.|
|Everyone enjoyed a a delicious Valentine's Day dinner. All of the proceeds from ticket sales to this annual event benefit the Ola Library. Many thanks to the Ola Library board for their hard work in making this a success. Also thanks to Joy W. for the beautiful, elegant tables. A single red rose was also added to each of the ladies place settings, this a very special touch. Thank you to this anonymous community member.|