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Jun 10, 2016
Bitter Root Day: Museum set to host annual cultural heritage event
She wept and her tears splashed to the ground and formed the first bitter root flower.
The museum will have bitter root plants for sale. Ed Purcell purchased a piece of land with bitter root plants. He contacted the museum and the plants were rescued before a construction project began.
“John Stroud will also present information on the bitter root plant,” Stanley said. “He is trying to preserve them for the community. They once were plentiful in Missoula, about where Costco is now.”
The Ravalli County Museum is pulling together activities, vendors and performances for the celebration on Saturday.
The “Flathead Nation” drum group from the Salish tribe will drum, sing and dance in full regalia showing the traditional Salish dances. The People’s Center will have a display about their culture with information from Dana Hewankorn, the Education Director. There will be beading demonstrations and sales of the artists’ work. Bead artists are Dana Hewankorn, Evelyn Caye, Claire Charlo and Maxine Michel.
The museum will have a food booth in the center of the lawn. They are selling buffalo brats. Other vendors will also have food and produce for sale.
The museum’s two signature competitions, jerky and recycle crafts, will be at the museum’s booth.
“The recycle competition is ‘People’s Choice,’” Monson said. “For some reason these entries come in at the very last second, so I don’t know how many we will have.”
The jerky has tasting judges.
“The contestants bring in eight strips of jerky and their entry form that tells us what it is that they created,” Monson said. “We have two to three judges that taste each entry and the winner earns bragging rights.”
Randi Burdette, educator for the museum, said she is building games.
“We’ll have Salish-based games and activities or Montana activities if I couldn’t find something specific to the Salish people,” Burdette said. “Stick and ring” and “hoop and dart” are two games that improve hand and eye coordination particularly useful for hunting small game.”
... (The Missoulian)May 3, 2016
Friday's Drake Relays Results
Central Missouri (Douglas, Nikki SR, Thole, Emily FR, Fuchs, Kailey JR, Cassidy, Katie JR), 47.47q. 9, Wis.-La Crosse (Slatter, Maggie JR, Purcell, Courtney JR, Gordee, Claire SR, Heafy, Meg SR), 47.48. 10, Minnesota State (Gaines, Gabi FR, Adah, Afure FR, Thomas, Ariel JR, Beals, Mackenzie SR), 47.53. 11, Wartburg (Dynes, Erica SR, Helmle, Tessa JR, Stenzel, Laura SR, Jones, Teylor FR), 47.59. 12, Winona St (Deschaine, Hailey JR, Tucker, Tamika FR, Schyvinck, Brittany SO, Seidl, Megan JR), 47.76. 13, Illinois Wesleyan (Herrmann, Angela SR, Glueck, Amelia SO, Zimmer, Maddison JR, Joiner, Nia SR), 47.86. 14, Doane (Bramhall, Rachel JR, Brannagan, Kalyn JR, Peterson, Caitlin SO, Bradley, Kaitlin FR), 48.27. 14, Wis-Eau Claire (Worachek, Kelsey SO, Malin, Chloe FR, Buergi, Ashleigh SO, Frempong-Longdon, Stephanie JR), 48.27. 16, Aurora (Guillory, Breonna FR, Simpkins, Deterrica SO, Rodriguez, Lisa JR, Abernathy, Crystal JR), 48.33. 17, Augustana (S.D.) (Heyn, Sara FR, Klapperich, Alaina FR, Almarcha, Irene SO, Etrheim, Charissa SR), 48.41. 18, Wis.-Parkside (Graham, Rayna SO, Felton, Abigail FR, Lewis, Jetaeia SO, Bos, Alison JR), 48.57. 19, Wis.-Stout (McFadden, Tymesia FR, Titterud, Alex SR, Johnson, Kate JR, Woyak, Kaitlin FR), 48.68. 20, Emporia St. (Flowers, Morgan JR, Shield, Hannah FR, Lee, Malacia SO, Yeargin, Latiyera SO), 48.93. 21, Northern State (Raecke, Elizabeth JR, Oosterwegel, Hanneke FR, Peterson, Tayla FR, Ingram, Toni-Ann SO), 48.98. 22, Bethel (Minn.) (Krier, Jillian JR, Johnson, AddieKay FR, Peterson, Danielle FR, Frekot, Hanna FR), 49.05. 23, St. Ambrose (Nolting, Anne FR, Smith, Molly Jo JR, Lampe, Sarah JR, Anderson, Mariah FR), 49.05. 24, Dordt (Velgersdyk, Miranda SO, Wind, Joscelyn FR, Broersma, Marisa SR, Rankin, Elizabeth FR), 49.13. 25, Monmouth (Ill.) (Myers, Cynthia FR, Wollenburg, Beka JR, Tinglin, TaShea' JR, Gardner, Briana JR), 49.19. 26, Loras (Kilburg, Rachel SO, Powers, Brittnee SR, Hanson, Alexis JR, Simon, Alyssa SO), 49.34. 27, Wis.-Whitewat... (WGEM)Apr 22, 2016
Loudoun County community calendar, April 17-24, 2016
Earth Day: Arts, Brews and Climate Change Speakers, musical entertainment, art activities and vendors. 1-4 p.m. Corcoran Brewing Co., 205 Hirst Rd., Purcellville. 350loudoun.org. Free.
“Dark Days in Our Beloved Country: The Civil War Diary of Catherine Hopkins Broun” A book discussion with Lee Lawrence. 2 p.m. Thomas Balch Library, 208 W. Market St., Leesburg. firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-737-7195. Free.
Sterling Playmakers: “To Kill a Mockingbird” Adapted by Christopher Sergel from Harper Lee’s novel. 2 p.m. Seneca Ridge Middle School, 98 Seneca Ridge Dr., Sterling. 703-437-6117 or sterlingplaymakers.com. $15.
Waterford Concert Series: “A Far Cry” A chamber orchestra performing Mozart’s Divertimento in B flat and quartets by Golijov and Sibelius, arranged for string orchestra. 4 p.m. Waterford Old School, 40222 Fairfax St., Waterford. waterfordconcertseries.org or 571-510-0128. $30, students $15, age 12 and younger free.
Coffeehouse Readers Theater: Meet the Artist, Penny Hauffe Age 16 and older. Coffee included. 6:30 p.m. Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center, 36441 Blueridge View Lane, Purcellville. franklinparkartscenter.org or 540-338-7973. $8.
Monday, April 18
Toastmasters Club NOVA Dawn Breakers. 7:30-8:30 a.m. Eggspectation restaurant, 1609 Village Market Blvd., Leesburg.
Sewing and “stitch-in” For beginners. Take sewing, knitting, needlepoint or crochet projects. Machines provided. 9-11:45 a.m. Senior Center of Leesburg, 102 North St., Leesburg. 703-737-8039. Free.
Mah-jongg Chinese tile game. Noon, Mondays and Thursdays, Senior Center of Leesburg, 102 North St., Leesburg. 703-737-8039. Free.
Sterling Rotary Club meeting 12:30 p.m. Bungalow Lakehouse, 46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling. 703-401-4509.
Contemporary line dance Dick Sherman, instructor. 2-3 p.m. Carver Center, 200 Willie Palmer Way, Purcellville. 571-258-3400. $2.
Tuesday, April 19
Rotary Club of Leesburg Daybreak 7:30 a...Apr 22, 2016
Monday's school roundup: Archbishop Williams honors fallen teammate
Georgetown 8, Danvers 4 — Jake Dolcimascolo led the Royals (3-2) with three goals and an assist, while Dewitt Purcell and Tom Lacasse added two goals.
Waltham 10, Watertown 9 — Senior captain Stephen Millerick had three goals for the Hawks (3-2), one of which was the winner in overtime.
Pembroke 8, East Bridgewater 4 — Sophomore Sam Hamer pitched five innings for the win and was backed by Connor Pijanowski’s three RBIs as Pembroke defeated East Bridgewater to capture the Hull baseball tournament for the first time in school history.
Brookline 6, Boston Latin 0 — Senior Jonas Webler threw a five-hitter with four strikeouts and didn’t walk a batter.
Quincy 14, South Boston 0 — Kevin Fitzgerald, Griffin Lynch, Matt Jonah, and Tim Walsh combined to throw a no-hitter and strike out 11.
Xaverian 4, Walpole 1 — With a scoreless tie in the top of the 11th and the bases loaded, junior Vicente Mendoza hit a two-run single to lift the Hawks (4-1).
Abington 4, Archbishop Williams 3 — Behind by a run in the top of the seventh, Shawn Donovan hit a bases-loaded double to put the Green Wave (3-1) ahead for good.
St. John’s Prep 5, Lincoln-Sudbury 2 — Senior Sean McGinnis had a three-run home run to help seal the victory for the Eagles (4-1).
Tewksbury 6, North Reading 3 — Junior Erica Whynot scattered eight hits and senior third baseman Kirsten Dick had a home run.
Abington 4, Whitman-Hanson 1 — Colleen Kearns hit a two-run home run and Lauren Nelligan stole home on a pickoff attempt to help propel the Green Wave (3-0).
Cardinal Spellman 9, Bishop Fenwick 0 — Freshman pitcher Jordyn Needle scattered three hits and struck out 10 in a complete-game shutout for the Cardinals (2-1).
Austin Prep 9, Winchester 1 — Sophomo...Jan 8, 2016
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John Key’s Parnell conifers. Photo / Dean Purcell
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Nancy M. Kratz, dedicated to family
Nicholas Kratz of Brooklyn, N.Y., Danielle Kratz of Savannah, Ga., Lily and Steven Thomas of Fredericksburg, and Kenneth and David Kratz of Purcellville Va.; and a great-grandson, Jude Kratz of Brooklyn.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, Jan. 4, at 11:30 a.m., at St. Michael the Archangel Church, 202 Edward St., Georgetown, where friends may visit beginning at 10:30 a.m. Interment will immediately follow at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery Chapel, Millsboro. Arrangements by Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Atkins-Lodge Chapel, Lewes.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Nancy's memory to the Living Liver Donor Fund, P.O. Box 7841, Fredericksburg, VA 22404 which will support the liver donor for grand-daughter Lily Thomas' transplant.
Please visit Nancy's Life Memorial Webpage and sign her online guestbook at www.parsellfuneralhomes.com.
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