Friday, June 29
Wednesday, June 27
Reminder: 4H meeting at Geri's house! 10:00 AM if you need a ride call someone so it can be arranged! I have poultry, rabbits and a goat for anyone needing to do their presentations! If you have something for a snack please feel free to bring it! I have kool-aid that will be provided! If this is not a convenient time of day please contact me (Geri) or Diane via telephone (Please!) as we are not always on line!
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Saturday, June 23
The school district is wondering if anyone has a need for the fill dirt they are taking from the school, and also if anyone has any topsoil they could haul in to the school. It would save trucking costs quite a bit for the district to do it locally. If so, they can contact Tom Carlsen at 365-6301.
Posted by OLA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER at 8:40 AM
Tomorrow, Sunday, at one in the afternoon. We need to move the furniture from Sharon's shop back to the school. Trailers with sides are needed. We aren't moving the boxes from the firehouse yet. The school is taking longer than they expected.
Posted by OLA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER at 8:37 AM
Thursday, June 21
Wednesday, June 20
The Ola Libray Summer Reading program starts Saturday, June 23rd from 10:00AM until noon. Also, the library has added a new DVD to the collection (Soda Springs), and a new book (An Unexpected Guest, by Anne Korkeakivi). The library received information about the Quilt Show in Council as follows: 28th Council Quilt Show, Christmas in July, June 20th -July 6th, 10am to 5pm, Council Elementary School, Adults $4.00 Student/Senior $3.00. The library has further information and quilt-entry application blanks for anyone interested. MaryLee
Posted by OLA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER at 11:22 AM
Tuesday, June 19
Linda Towne Young wrote on the Ola Newsletter Facebook Wall: Laurie hasn't had any surgeries. The brain bleed was on the outer, not inner, she has a gash in her head, 9 broken ribs, a ruptured vertebrae in her neck and a sprained shoulder. They are keeping an eye on her and so far, everything is going good.
Laurie Link (Lanham) was injured yesterday in a horseback riding accident. She was admitted to the St.Al's trauma unit with severe head and neck injuries, along with several broken ribs and a separated shoulder. I will post more when information becomes available.
Posted by OLA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER at 12:51 PM
Mark your calendars for the Independence Day Picnic and Sock Hop sponsored by the Ola Rough Striders.
All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society Relay For Life.
There will be games and attractions, food, and a Sock Hop featuring your favorite oldies and country music.
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Friday, June 15
Thursday, June 14
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Wednesday, June 13
Monday, June 11
Saturday, June 9
Friday, June 8
Wow that was a long day! Our 4H club Ola Rough Riders had our business meeting and discussed fair and what needs to be done before then. After that we scraped paint off of the two out-buildings behind the Ola Church! No we didn't get it all. SO WE are Recruiting any all 4-H Clubs, community members and anyone looking for a way to together and help out their local 4-H Club help their community! We will be at the Ola Church on Friday the 15th of this month @ 11AM to finish scraping, we will be breaking for lunch at noon , then finishing any scraping that needs done and hopefully paint as well! If you need any info please call me @ (208)584-3818 or Diane @9208)584-3734. Thank you for your support!
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Thursday, June 7
Wednesday, June 6
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Posted by OLA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER at 2:27 PM
Tuesday, June 5
The Idaho Department of Lands will be putting on the Wildland Fire Refreshers for the BCFFA. This training will be 0900-1600 with an hour lunch. The training will start promptly at 0900.
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Lots of us are cleaning up after the storm. Power came back on about 11 last night. Lots of tree limbs, some trees down, small out buildings damaged and gardens beaten to death. Oh and a portapotty blown over. Spring in Ola!
I received word that Chuck and Katrina's roof on their house blew off and Dave and Katie's new hay barn was flattened by the storm last night. Katie said it also took out part of their fence.
Posted by OLA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER at 2:55 PM