Scoop Reporter was spotted hiding among advertisements in last week’s Voices by the following seven winners, who are this week’s Honorary Cub Reporters and are eligible to receive free ice cream.
•Katelyn Bumbeck, 5, who attends Assumption School and is the daughter of Lisa Bumbeck. Katelyn spotted Scoop hiding on page 9 of the North Side Voice.
•Emily Meyers, 9, asked her mom, Jan Myers, to wake her up at 6:30 a.m. so she could run out and get the paper to find Scoop. Find him she did, on page 12 of the Valley Voice. Emily attends Ponderosa Elementary School.
•Jessi Wood, 11, a Hallet Elementary School student in Medical Lake and whose mom is Janiece Dallmann, found Scoop on page 7 of the West Plains Voice.
•Christopher Coles, 11, found Scoop on page 11 of the South Side Voice. He attends Hamblen Elementary and is the son of Michelle Klein.
•Tyler Siegford, 10, who attends Betty Keifer Elementary in Rathdrum, Idaho, found Scoop on page 4 of the Prairie Voice. His mom is Corrie Siegford.
•Michaela Honner, 11, who attends Lake City Junior Academy in Coeur d’Alene and is the daughter of Ron and Margo Honner, spotted Scoop in Saturday’s Handle Extra.
•Peter Bautista, 10, a Greenacres Elementary School student, found Scoop hiding in Saturday’s Valley Voice. He is the son of Lualhati Bautista.
If you didn’t win last week, no worries – Scoop is hiding in today’s paper, too. See contest details on page 2. Find scoop to win scoops of free ice cream!
‘Hee Haw’ musical opens Sept. 12
Feuding mountain clans come to Green Bluff as the Old Orchard Theatre presents “Hee Haw Hayride,” a rollicking hillbilly musical comedy about forbidden love, a 200-year-old mountain feud and greedy New York publishers who scramble to be the first to tell the tale.
Show times are 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 12 and 13, 19, 20, 26 and 27, and 1 p.m. on Sundays, Sept. 14, 21 and 28. Tickets are $5 each and are available at the door. Go to www.oldorchardtheatre.com for more information.
The Green Bluff Grange is near the intersection of Day Mount Spokane Road and East Green Bluff Road, next to the Harvest House and across from the Green Bluff United Methodist Community Church.
Lighting way for crime prevention
Compact fluorescent light bulbs will be given away over the next several weeks by the Logan Neighborhood Council as part of its effort to “light the night against crime.”
Families are eligible for one of the energy-saving bulbs, if they turn in an old incandescent type in the trade-out program. The bulbs will be available at meetings of the Logan Neighborhood Council, during dump pass giveaways and at the COPS Logan outlet. For times, locations and additional information, call the Logan Neighborhood Council and cleanup line at 487-8280.
The bulbs are being made available through the Northwest Climate Change Center and Avista Utilities.
– Mike Prager
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