Thank you Tom for many years of community service.
Grays River Grange is sponsoring the Spelling Bee at the 2021 Wahkiakum County Fair.
The Spelling Bee is to be held Saturday, August 21 at 1:00PM in the Skamokawa Grange hall.
1) Prizes are $75 (1st), $50 (2nd), $25 (3rd)
Two Divisions for kids going into
1st Division (Lower): 3rd, 4th and 5th grades
2nd Division (Upper): 6th, 7th, and 8th grades
2) Words will be picked at random from a list that corresponds with the grade the participant is going into
3) There are NO take backs
ex. door- response, D.O.E, oh, I mean D.O.O.R does NOT count
4) Last two participants left on stage engage in a spell off
* If 1st person mis-spells, 2nd person has to spell correctly the same word. If they ALSO spell incorrect, move on to another word and give it to 1st person.
How to participate:
Step 1 — Start studying the word list appropriate for your grade.
Step 2 — Get to the Skamokawa Grange hall at 1pm, or before and register.
Step 3 — Go for it!!!!
Check out the Little Library on the porch of the Grange hall.
We are in the process of offering an online farmers market.
Thursday, August 6th
Bean & Bacon Soup, ½ Turkey Wrap, Orange Barley Salad
Thursday, August 13th
Green Chili Chicken Casserole, Waldorf Salad, Oregon Bean Medley
Thursday, August 20th
Chicken Strips, Tater Tots, Green Salad, Oranges
Thursday, August 27th
Mac & Cheese with Little Smokies, Veggies, Banana
FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL
MARIAN @ (360)636-2118
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