Free Summer Concert Series
The Free Summer Concert Series will continue Thursday night, July 21, with the band Vintage Youth. “This Grangeville-based band plays a little bit of everything,” said concert organizer Rachel Young.
Several close-calls in the life of Maurice “Vince” Vincent have solidified his belief in God and His grace. “I pray every night – I never forget my prayers because God has never forgotten me,” the 98-year-old World War II veteran said. Vincent spoke to a group of ladies from Treasure Life Book Club from his residence at Meadowlark Home in Grangeville July 13.
Event in Riggins: Friday, July 22, and Saturday, July 23
What includes classic cars, reunions and local talent galore? It’s those Hot Summer Nights. The annual Hot Summer Nights celebration is set for this weekend, Friday, July 22, and Saturday, July 23, in Riggins. The annual event is held at the Riggins City Park.
The 25th Annual Elk City Wagon Road celebration is set for Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17.
A familiar Grangeville face is embarking upon a new business journey. Tom Cassill, Jr., is now a residential specialist/Realtor with United Country Real Estate in Grangeville.
The first in the Free Summer Concert Series will take place this Thursday, July 14, 6 p.m., at Pioneer (City) Park. The Chad Bramlet Band out of Lewiston will offer country tunes to concert-goers.
Veterans are being served in Idaho County. That is evidenced by the sheer numbers at the Grangeville VA clinic. Nurse practitioner Beth Monsebroten, who provides medical services at the Syringa VA Clinic, spoke to the board at its regular monthly meeting June 27.
Four-day event a family time
With a day earlier start to the rodeo, the annual Grangeville Border Days celebration gave participants more time to celebrate the July 4 holiday. Rodeo events ran July 1-3 with main festivities going July 2-4.
Those along the Border Days parade route on C Street saw Grangeville resident Helen Nuxoll and her family gathering in her front yard (next door to the Eagles Hall) and when they realized it was her 104th birthday, she received many songs and shouts of good wishes.
yringa Foundation is strong and viable, according to a profit and loss statement presented by director Clare Chapman at the Syringa board meeting June 27.