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...And Then There Were Four INsIde
New Plymouth Loses a Water Wheel, While One is Rebuilt
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alleN take out
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wheels aND replace
it with a pump. robert Manwill Scholarship
large Debris like Fundraiser Awareness Event
stumps or logs
Damage the wheels
aND make them – page 5
uNable to work.
photos submitted by
his water wheel
HIGH SCHOOL SPOrTS
this spriNg after
a large log last Catch up on all of the local
fall DamageD the sports action!
wheel. the cost
to replace a wheel – pages 6-8
is arouND $5,000
photos submitted by
by Kerry White wheels in the Noble Ditch along Avenue and East of Blaine Road spring. According to Teri, Moody
SE 1st Avenue. The water wheels and is owned by Bob Finley. has become known as the “Water
Along with the Horseshoe, the
water wheel is one of the symbols are have owners who use them to Moody and Teri Gross own the Wheel Man” for several years ANNUAL CHOIr POPS
get their water and they are also second wheel which is located now. He took over the job of CONCErT AT NPHS
of New Plymouth. It is visible on
responsible for the cost of the on the northeast side of the rebuilding the wheels when Tom
signs as you enter the city and it April 23 at the Mulitpurpose
upkeep of the wheels. intersection of SE 1st Avenue Johnson retired. “At first it was
is even on the city’s website. With
The first wheel (farthest from and Blaine Road. This is the quite a job but with 5 wheels under room
a short drive from town you are
town) is on the south side of SE 1st wheel that has been rebuilt this – page 11
able to easily see 4 of the 5 water See Water Wheels pg. 4
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Immanuel Lutheran Church cannon ball, story according ball.
Immanuel Lutheran Church
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as the idea life, who ﬁnd themselves
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every Sunday on 790 Broadcast at detonate it’s school policy. She also
but that the device. threatened or fearful of the gifts of
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Religious Ed.K-5th grade 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sabbath School 9:15 a.m.
221 W. Elm Street – 888-9631
RICA Payette Hall on Wednesday
Infor inquiring adults Wed. 7:00 p.m. Our Lady of Guadalupe
Confessions 9:00am Sunday
Worship 11:00 am 9:15 a.m.
Worship 11:00 am
Roman Latin Mass Church
Traditional Catholic10:00 a.m.
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the Church high school) Prayer meeting Wednesday 1:00 p.m.
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Assembly of God 2nd Ward 278-3880 Father Calvin Blankinship Prayer meeting Wednesday 1:00 p.m.
Pastor David Ronk
Sunday 6:30-8:00 p.m. 221 Savior’s Bible – 888-9631
Our W. Elm StreetChurch Pastor David Ronk
4029 Hwy God
Assembly of30 W. 278-0191 Sacrament Meeting 9:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting 9:00 a.m. Religious Ed.K-5th grade 6:30-7:30 p.m. Treasure Valley
Bishop Andrew Hoch First Baptist Church Confessions 9:00am 278-5899
6976 Butte Rd. Sunday Mennonite Church
Sunday School W. 10:00 a.m.
4029 Hwy 30all ages278-0191 Bishop Andrew Hoch In Payette
278-3233 Hall on Wednesday Traditional Latin Mass 10:00 a.m.
Worship 11:00 am, 6:00 p.m.
Sunday School all ages 10:00 a.m. History of the Church 6:30 a.m. Wed.
Worship 10:30 a.m. David Allwein Treasure 4110
278-3769 Valley SW 1st Ave
Youth Children’s 6:00 Study
Worship&11:00 am, Bible p.m. Wed. 7:00 PM
Church of H.O.P.E.
Church of the Nazarene FatherSunday Blankinship am
Calvin School 8:00 Our Savior’s Bible Church
Pilgrims for Christ Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
278-9494 278-3769 4110 SW 1st Ave
642-4460 Rd. 278-5899
Pastor Elden Isaak Heaven On Planet Earth! Making a difference Sunday School (all ages) 9:45 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth & Children’s Bible Study Wed. 7:00 PM
Pastor Elden Isaak inSunday School 10:00 Worship 11:00 a.m.
our world. Curtis Harwell Minister. First Baptist Church
Worship 11:00 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. David Allwein Pastor 278-927010:00 a.m.
Bible Faith Fellowship Bible Studies; Ladies Wed 7pm;
call 761-4110 for times and location. Jr. Hi & Sr. Hi Bible Study 3-4 p.m. 212 W. Maple, New Plymouth Worship 11:00 a.m.
TRIBES - Sunday 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Valley Christian Church
Bible Faith Fellowship
Men Sat. 10am. Pilgrims for Christ Fellowship
Sunday 10:00 am, Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Pastor 278-9270
1325 NW 1 1/2 Ave
Pastor Rod Tegethoff Wednesday School 8:00 Hi
Adult Sunday8-9 pm Senioram BYF. Adventure Contact: Cameron Mahler
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Church of the Nazarene 642-4460 Fruitland, ID 83619
Worship 11:00 Club-September 9, ages) 9:45 a.m.
Sunday School (all3:30 – 5:00 for Kindergarten www.pilgrimsforchrist.org
Valley Christian Church
Wednesday Prayer a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 meeting 7:00 p.m. 278-9494 of Christ
Community – 6th Grade.
Worship 11:00 a.m. 212 W. Maple, New Plymouth Pastor Ralph Pearson (208)989-1974
327 School 10:00 Worship 11:00 a.m. Plymouth Congregational Church UCC
Sunday 10:00 am, Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
1325 NW 1 1/2 Ave
Sunday Service at 10:45am
Worship 11:00 a.m. Thursday Women’s Study 3-4 p.m.
Jr. Hi & Sr. Hi BibleBible study 10:00 am. Fruitland, ID at 9:30am
Church of Christ
Wednesday Prayer meeting 7:00 p.m. Bible Studies; Ladies Wed 7pm;
Fellowship 9:30 a.m. Pastor Phil Sunday
TRIBES -Pittman, Jr. 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. 278-3577
Contact: Cameron Mahler Several Bible Studies throughout the week
Pastor Ralph Pearson (208)989-1974
Men Sat.School 10:00 Immanuel 8-9 pm Senior Hi BYF.
Wednesday Lutheran Church Adventure www.pilgrimsforchrist.org
Sunday School 9:30 am
452-3445 Sunday Service at 10:45am
Church of Christ in Fruitland
105 S Nebraska Ave
Worship service at 11:00
Pastor Rod Tegethoff a.m. Elm & West Blvd. 278-3080
Club-September 9, 3:30 – 5:00 for Kindergarten Worship 10:30 am
Pastor: Renee Fisher 899-4449 Sunday School at 9:30am
452-3445 – 6th Grade. Bible Class 10:00 am
Adult and Youth Plymouth Congregational Church
Pastor Susan Howe
Community of Christ Several Bible Studies throughout the week
105 S Nebraska Ave Christ of
Church of Jesus in Fruitland Corpus Christi Catholic Church Worship Women’s
Thursday11:00 am Bible study 10:00 am. UCC 278-3577
Sand Hollow Baptist Church
Latter-Day Saints 327 Elm, 278-5817
452-5778 in Fruitland Ladies Phil Class- Monday 1:00 p.m.
Pastor BiblePittman, Jr. Sunday School 29627
455-1539 9:30 am Old Hwy 30
521 S. of Jesus Christ of
Church Plymouth Ave 9:30 5:30
FellowshipMass a.m. p.m.
Call Faye at 278-5403 for Bible Class location. Worship 10:30 am
Sunday School (all ages) 10:00 a.m.
Latter-Day Saints 278-9290
Seminary: Brother Butler Sunday Mass 10:00
Sunday School9:30 a.m. English Lutheran Hour: KIDO-AM Church
Immanuel Lutheranradio Pastor and Children’s
WorshipSusan Howe church 11:00 a.m.
Worship service at 11:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. Sundays
Youth Activity Wed. 7:00 p.m.
521 S. Plymouth Ave Mass 1:00 p.m. Spanish & West
Elm Dykema Blvd. 278-3080 Pastor Dallas Claypool
1st Ward 278-3663 Pastor:for inquiring adults 899-4449 p.m.
Renee Fisher Wed. 7:00 Dan Sand Hollow Baptist Church
Seminary: Brother Butler 278-9290 RICA
Our Lady of Bible Class 10:00 am
Adult and Youth Guadalupe Seventh-Day Adventist
455-1539 107 E. Old
278-3813 29627 Park Hwy 30
Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a.m.
Teen Life (middle and high school) Worship 11:00 am
Bishop Leon Wed.
Youth Activity Jensen 7:00 p.m. Corpus Christi Catholic Church roman Catholic Church
Sunday 6:30-8:00 p.m. Ladies Bible Class- Monday 1:00 p.m. Sunday School (all ages) 10:00 a.m.
1st Ward 278-3663
Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a.m.
452-5778 in Fruitland Call Faye at 278-5403 for Bible Class location. Worship and Children’s church 11:00 a.m.
April 11, 2012 Saturday Mass 5:30 p.m. Pastor Dallas Claypool www.NewPlymouthNews.com
Bishop Leon Jensen
Sunday Mass 9:30 a.m. English N P
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2nd Ward 278-3880 9:30 a.m. Sundays Seventh-Day Adventist
Mass 1:00 p.m. Spanish Dan Dykema 278-3813 107 E. Park
Community Notices ANNUAL CHILI FEED
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Kindergarten Round-Up will be held on April 11th at 9:00 A.M. & 6:00 P.M. at the elementary school.
This is for children who will be 5 before September 1, 2012. Parents need to bring their child’s certified birth
certificate and immunization records. If you have a relative, friend, or neighbor with a child this age, please inform
them of the above date and time. CONTACT the Elem. school at 208-278-5333
Preschool roundup will be held at the same time as Kindergarten round up. It is for children age 3-5 with
delays in motor skills, language, communication, social skills, adaptive skills, or cognitive skills.
Robert Manwill Scholarship art auction Fundraiser will be held on April 21. See pg. 5.
NP QRU AUCTION: Will be held on April 21 @ 10:00 am. Donations needed. This is our only means of New Plymouth Senior Center
support and you the community have been very suppportive in the past. Thank you! To donate call 278-3250.
April 13, 2012 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Mature Softball Co-ed League Forming Now. Deadline to sign up April 19. call Pete @ 208-278-
5286 for more info or to sign up. Men must be 45 or older, Women must be 40 or older. Adults $5.00
City Clean up Month of April Please Spread the Word; Curb Side pick-up by City. Bag Leaves &
Clippings, Bundle Brush and limbs, No Tires; Place Items for pick up at curb, We will try to pick up Mondays and CHILDrEN 10 AND UNDEr $3.00
Fridays. Call City Hall for special circumstances. Large Dumpster will be behind City Hall for City of New Plymouth
Residents use. Beau J. Ziemer; City of New Plymouth, Public Works Superintendent, Phone No: (208) 278-5338 Auction items awarded 6:30-7:00 pm
ext 1, Fax No: (208) 278-5330, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GOOD SPIRIT CIRCLE” OFFERING FREE KNIT/CROCHET CLASSES. And on the 20th-Scam Workshop 2 to 4pm
New Plymouth Community of Christ is hosting an evening “Good Spirit Circle” where people can come to learn to
knit or crochet for free. Participants can learn using materials that are free or at cost. They will be encouraged to
give their first completed project away, although they will get to choose to whom they will give it. Renee Fisher, Senior Center News
Pastor of the Community of Christ church is experienced at both knit and crochet, and was previously a certified 278-5320
elementary teacher. She has taught ages 12 to adult, both males & females. She’s inviting all ages and abilities
to attend, but asks if it is a child under 12 they bring a parent or guardian. Sessions will be the first and third -Dinners are served at noon each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Tuesdays of the month, beginning in April, from 6-8pm. If you are interested in joining or donating tax deductible Meal prices: $5.00 suggested donation for anyone age 60 and over; and
supplies or funds to purchase supplies, please contact her at 208-899-4449. The church is at 325 W Elm in NP. $6.00 for anyone under 60 years of age. There is no age limit for these
meals, so bring the family and join us.
Heart n’ Home Foundation Dinner & Auction Fundraiser, sponsored by Nunhems; April 14, Coming Events:
2012, 4:00 – 10:00; Wild Heart Springs Event Center, Wilder Idaho.; Purchase tickets at: www.hnhfoundation.com -The Sight impaired group meet the (1st Thursday of the month) for
lunch at 12:00 with speakers after lunch
Fit and Fall Classes: Fit and Fall Proof exercise classes at New Plymouth Senior Center for older adults - The Baptist Goldie oldies meet the (1st Fri. of each month) for lunch at
Classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:00-11:00 AM and are free of charge. Come and participate in this 12:00 and games after lunch
fun way to help prevent falls. For more information, call Jeanette Jones at 409-9316 - Foot Clinic (2nd Tue. of the month) 8:30 am - 2:00 pm. Call for an appt
Four Rivers Cultural Center’s Musical Revue Concert: April 20th and 21st. 278-5320
- Blood pressure and Glucose Clinic (3rd Thurs. of the month) 10:30 am
Food Pantry at the New Plymouth Assembly of God Outreach located at 222 W. Maple, - Senior Thrift Store open every Tues., Thurs. and Fri. 10 am to 2:00 pm
Coats are half off, Indoor yard sale now open on Tues & Thurs 2-6 pm. Food Bank will open April 14 from 10-2, -Bingo every Tuesday at 1:00 pm. (Everyone welcome). Questions call
then the second Saturday of each month from 10-2 thru May. Call Phil 278-0101 for more information. NP Senior Center at 278-5320.
Good Neighbor Community Center Open every Tuesday from 11:00-3:00
WE HAvE FOOD AND ALSO USED CLOTHES TO GIvE AWAY. THE CENTER CAN HELP WITH SCHOOL Menus
CLOTHES. THE CENTER STILL NEEDS FOOD- ESPECIALLY CANNED FOOD. Some families on food stamps All meals are served with dessert, bread & butter, milk, coffee, or tea
need extra assistance. Families whose bread winner works part time do not get food stamps and need help. Thursday April 12 Thursday April 19 (12:00)
Call Linda Fitzwater at 278-5265 if unable to go on Tuesdays. WHEN DONATING FOOD, PLEASE BRING TO Breakfast 9:00 to 10:00 am. BBQ Chicken Strips
ThE CENTER- NoT To ThE ChuRCh (ThE CENTER IS loCATEd To ThE NoRTh oF ThE SEvENTh dAy Crisp Bacon Eggs Potato-veggie Bake
ADvENTIST CHURCH) 117 E Park Ave. NP. phone: 278-3813. Hash Browns Green Salad Fruit Dessert
Support Group for visually impared Meets first Thursday of each month @ Seniors for lunch Biscuits & Gravy Juice Friday April 20
followed by a meeting in the boardroom. All are welcome. Friday April 13 @ 1:00pm Program on Fraud
(No lunch) @ 2:00pm Lunch-Turkey &
Alcoholics Anonymous Meet on Sundays and Wednesdays at veterans Memorial hall (formerly called Chili Feed See Above Cheese Subs Potato Salad or
the vFW Hall) 7:00pm. for info call George : cell 974-2531 5:00 to to 7:00 pm. Macaroni Salad, Fruit Cup
Sanctified Sobriety Meeting: This is an addictions-oriented, court-recognized meeting open to anyone! Adults $5 10 & Under $3 Coffee & Cookies Served During
Tue. & Thur. evenings from 7-8pm @ The Bible Faith Fellowship Church, rear entrance; located at 321 SW Ave. in Tuesday April 17 (12:00) Program
New Plymouth. Contact Wes @ 230-4746 for more information. Finger Steaks Tuesday April 24 (12:00)
Mixed veggies Sloppy Joes on a Bun
We Shall Recover Narcotics Anonymous (N.A). Oven Potatoes Cole Slaw Cole Slaw Tator Tots
Meets at the veterans Memorial Hall from 7-8 pm on Tuesday & from 7-8 on Friday Nights. call 739-8570 for info. Fruit Cup Pears
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Obituaries eight children and attended school
in Billings. In the fall of 1947, she
enrolled in Northwest Nazarene
She is survived by Ralph, her
husband of 63 years; two brothers
and three sisters; and her six
BETTY JO College in Nampa, ID where she girls, Kay Parvin (Stu), Marie
met J. Ralph Adamson. They
married in Billings in June 1948 and
Cates (Bill), Carol lass (larry), NEW
settled in Nampa where they raised
darlene Keebaugh (Jim), Stella
Goll (Stephen), and linda opdahl
NEW After the girls were older, Jo (Jim); 19 grandchildren, 13 great Mary Ellen Hooper, 87, of New
Plymouth, passed away Sunday,
worked for a short time in the grandchildren; and many other
PLYMOUTH kitchen of the Nampa Christian relatives and friends.
March. 25, 2012 in Boise, Idaho. A
viewing for family and friends will
School and volunteered at the Jo was preceded in death by four be from 4-7 p.m., Sunday, April
Betty Jo Adamson, 82, of
Fairview and Bethel Nazarene babies, her parents, a brother and 1st at the Shaffer-Jensen Memory
New Plymouth, passed away
churches and the More For Less a sister. Chapel, New Plymouth. Funeral
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 in Ave. N, Payette. Services are under thrift shop. Memorials may be given in services will be held at 10 a.m.,
Ontario, OR. the direction of Shaffer-Jensen Monday, April 2nd at The Church
Ralph and Jo moved to New her honor to WyClIFF (Bible
A viewing for family and friends of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Memory Chapel, New Plymouth. Plymouth in 2001 and began Translators), New Plymouth Senior
was held from 4-7 p.m., Monday, attending the Payette Nazarene Saints, New Plymouth. Services
Condolences may be made to Jo’s Center, Boise Rescue Mission, the
April 2 at Shaffer-Jensen Memory Church. Together they volunteered and arrangements are under
family at www.shaffer-jensenchapel.
Chapel, New Plymouth. Food Bank, or Campus Crusade for the direction of Shaffer-Jensen
com. at the New Plymouth Senior Center
Funeral services will be held at until her health deteriorated. She Christ, c/o Shaffer-Jensen Memory Memory Chapel, New Plymouth.
Betty Jo was born in Billings, MT
11 a.m., Tuesday, April 3 at the also loving required hugs and freely Chapel, P.O. Box 730, Payette, ID Condolences may be made Mary’s
to John and Marjory Williamson on
Church of the Nazarene, 1980 7th gave back rubs. 83661. family at www.shaffer-jensenchapel.
Aug. 2, 1929. She was the fifth of com.
Water Wheels from pg. 1
pump. The replacement cost of the wheel inoperable.” Teresa Allen runoff washes a lot of debris into there is a possibility of someone
his belt, now it is just very time a new wheel can be as much as said. “ After weighing the pros and the canal system, but some of getting hurt or killed if swimming
consuming. After the initial cost, $5000- all at the owner’s expense,” cons and the expenses, we decided the debris later in the season is near the water wheel. There is only
the wheels are a very cost effective said Gross. The Gross wheel has to take it out and install a pump. possibly caused by people living 4-5 inches beneath the wheel and
irrigation system. The secret is the been replaced and hopefully will Our biggest problem with the wheel along the canal. “Landowners can a lot of pressure of the water going
maintenance each year. A few nails last another 10 years with minimal was the trash that people put in also help keep the debris out of the through the wheel and someone
here and there, replace a board repairs each year as long as the the canals. The wheels pick up all canal by making sure large items could get trapped and drown,” said
every once in a while, and grease large damaging debris is kept out of of the trash and debris that comes will not be thrown into or able to York.
the bearings,” said Teri Gross. the canal. down the canal. The larger debris blow into the canal.” Chamber member Janet Warnke
“Things have been very good for The Palmer Family owns the third will jam in the wheel and stop it There was some talk about agrees that the water wheels are
several years even while pulling wheel on the canal which is just from spinning. Then we have putting in a weed guard, at the front an important part of our history.
canoes, rafts, balls, cargo carriers west of Blaine Road. to bring in equipment (loader or of the wheels, but the Noble Ditch
The Chamber and City have asked
and the regular trash (leaves and Ted and Teresa Allen own the tractor) and lift the wheel up so the Company wanted the wheel owners
the Allen’s for the water wheel and
branches) and an occasional fourth and fifth wheels which are debris would pass on by then hope to pay most of the cost. No further
are currently trying to determine
livestock out of the wheel. Trash the closest to town. The fourth it doesn’t jam or damage the next action has been taken. This guard
what to do with it. They are asking
and debris blown into the canal do wheel has just been taken out and wheel down the line,” said Allen. would also not protect the wheels
from the debris entering the canal residents for suggestions on where
little damage to the wheels. It is replaced with a pump. The fifth “Granted there is no power bill but to display the wheel taking into
wheel is around the bend of the there is more maintenance to the after the guard.
the larger items that are thrown in account its large size and the need
canal and not as easily seen from wheels. The Noble Ditch company “It’s a shame to see the wheels
the canal by people: Large poles, for a fence around it.
the road. employees have been very go but since the maintenance cost
stumps, and fence posts that float Some of the suggestions so far
is huge for the water user and
down the canal and do serious Ted and Teresa also have a supportive in helping the owners have been to place it by the new
after getting power to the site it
damage to the wheels. The water problem with the debris in the of the wheels, when large debris fire station, by the ditch Company
is understandable that the users
wheels cannot withstand this kind canal. “We still have the last wheel comes down the canal. They are building on the north end of town,
would go to newer technology.”
of abuse. Two wheels were taken but we opted to take the 4th one also the crew that picked the wheel in the triangle east of the 6-way
out of commission in the fall of 2011 out and put in a pump. A log went up and removed it from the canal.” intersection, and at the fairgrounds.
Rick also warned of the dangers
and a third wheel needed repairs. through this wheel nearing the end Rick York, Manager of the Call Janet at A+ Awards with your
of the water wheels. “The water
One owner has opted to take his of irrigation season; thank heavens Farmers & Noble Ditches said that suggestions 278-3696.
wheels are slick and dangerous and
wheel out and replace it with a it was near the end because it left high river flows from the spring
4 April 11, 2012
New Plymouth News
“Artists for Kids” Exhibit and Auction to
Horseshoe Daze, Payette
Benefit the Robert Manwill Fund County Fair and Rodeo Info.
by Katy Bellenger FROM: NEW PLYMOUTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Third Annual “Artists for Rose Advocates has provided Besides art, there will also QuESTIoNS: CoNTACT JANET WARNKE 278-3696
Kids” Exhibit and Silent Auction an account dedicated entirely be baskets from businesses FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Benefiting the Robert Manwill to keeping the funds for this throughout the community up for
Scholarship Fund will be held April program and now this “Artists for bid. The event will be catered Saturday, June 16, is the date the New Plymouth Chamber of Commerce
21, from 5-8 pm in the building Kids” scholarship and child abuse by Jenny vantrease. Also, Idaho has selected for the city celebration, Horseshoe Daze. vendors and
between Zion’s Bank and the awareness event will be a full voices for Children, Dr. Bonnie crafters of all kinds are invited to attend. Available are spaces in the
Senior Center in New Plymouth, fledge non-profit. Kenaley from Boise State University fairgrounds’ Commercial building. Spaces, inside or outside, are available
Idaho. Artists from throughout the and Delores Larsen from Rose for a modest rental fee (electricity included). youth, church or school
The event is growing, thanks Northwest have donated pieces to Advocates will be on hand to help
in part to Rose Advocates. Rose us build awareness and continue groups are also welcome to participate in the New Plymouth Horseshoe
be sold at this silent auction. The Daze celebration at the Payette County Fairgrounds.
Advocates is a confidential network the dialogue about child abuse
auction will include large paintings,
offering resources to abused prevention. If you or your group would like to participate, contact Beth Earles at 369-
children and adults since 1988 hand thrown pottery, hand crafted
The event will be held in an “open 3796 to reserve your spot.
and has joined us in this endeavor jewelry and many other arts and house” format, so if you get a Baked food sales, church sales, activity booths or food booths are
to recognize April as Child Abuse crafts. All of the money from the chance swing by Saturday the 21st!
Awareness Month and keep sale of the artwork will be added to It is a free event and a great way to needed.
Robert’s memory alive by providing a scholarship fund that will one day remember Robert and all kids who Also this year will be the availability of spaces for yard sales. A fee of $10
resources and help to children and be awarded to a child/children from are affected by child abuse and will be charged for persons wanting to set up their yard sale items. You will
families. Robert’s graduating class. violent homes. be responsible for cleaning up your area and what you haul in, you take
Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt Winners This daylong event will run from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. The New
Plymouth Chamber of Commerce sponsors the Horseshoe Daze
photos submitted by Allen Blevins celebration.
Payette County Fair & Rodeo Parade
“Making the Best Better Since 1912-Celebrating 100 Years of 4-H” will
be the theme for the 2012 Payette County Fair and Rodeo Parade. The
winning theme was submitted by the Lucky Clovers 4-H Club. The parade
is scheduled for Thursday, August 9. The Payette County Fair & Rodeo
Parade will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Information concerning line-up locations and entry forms are available by
calling Janet at 278-3696 during the day. There is no entry fee but pre-
registration is required and must be completed by Tuesday, August 7.
program. Soon we will be having Parade organizers are looking for a few good men or women from
sign up sheets available forthe Payette County as volunteers are needed to help with judging and traffic
program. We have received control. If you can volunteer call the above phone number.
some new, used DvD’s so look for
them onthe shelf where the new
books are displayed. Your little
by Amy Gibbons- Librarian
ones willenjoy some of them.
To all of the patrons who have shown such loving interestin the expected See you at the Library!!
addition to my family, Deklan Evan joined us this weekweighing in at 9 lbs
and 21” . Baby and I are doing well. Tues: 10-4pm
For the Libri Foundation Grant, we still need donations toreach our
Wed: 2-8pm (Storytime @7)
goal. Our community is so very generous. Thank you for theoutpouring Thur: 2-8pm
support towards this grant. I really appreciate all those who havedonated
so far. volunteers are conducting our Wednesday night story timeat 7 Sat-Mon Closed
p.m. Come in and join us in the reading and crafts fun.
Librarian: Amy Gibbons
Be on the look out for flyers announcing our Summer Timereading Phone #: 278-5338 ext. 2
New Plymouth News April 11, 2012 5
Track Results Triple Jump
4 Jake Cleverley 38-05.25
Friday, April 06, 2012 11 Cline York 33-11.25
Nyssa Oregon, Nyssa 15 Brian Olson 28-07.00
Mens Results Womens Results
100 Meters 100 Meters
9 Brent Evans 12.06a 8 Lexus Cornet 14.02a 9
28 Bo Brogan 13.13a Hailey Ray 14.45a
32 Cline York 13.60a 16 Cheyenne Slagle 15.17a
37 Duncan Larrow 14.31a 22 Kami Baker 15.87a
200 Meters 200 Meters
3 Jake Cleverley 24.03a 7 Lexus Cornet 30.53a
13 Jake Henggeler 25.73a 22 Navi Salisbary 33.48a
20 Cline York 27.96a 400 Meters
22 Duncan Larrow 29.44a 4 Kylee Garrick 1:07.32a
400 Meters 10 Olivia Cline 2:05.13a
2 Jake Cleverley 54.36a 800 Meters
10 Brent Evans 58.89a 1 Hailey Alexander 2:26.95a
800 Meters 7 Kami Baker 3:00.00a
13 Bo Brogan 2:29.55a 9 Savannah Lewis 3:04.04a
1500 Meters 1500 Meters
9 Kenny Kessler 4:54.58a 1 Hailey Alexander 5:20.03a
11 Garth Cline 5:01.27a 3 Esther Kessler 6:00.57a
15 Luis Castro 5:19.21a 11 Savannah Lewis 6:27.19a
16 Sean McGuffin 5:27.72a 3000 Meters
3000 Meters Christine Smith 12:51.00a
6 Jack verbance 10:49.22a 4x100 Relay
9 Brian Olson 12:09.21a 4 Lexus Cornet, Kylee
110m Hurdles - 39” Garrick, Cheyenne Slagle,
1 Cameron Arnzen 17.04a Hailey Ray 56.62a toP left: luIs Castro threw the shot Put durINg the doN walker INvItatIoNal at
300m Hurdles - 36” 4x400 Relay Nyssa oN frIday aP. 6.
2 Cameron Arnzen 43.28a 2 Hailey Alexander, Lexus above mIddle: savaNNah lewIs raN IN the 800 aNd 1500 meter raCes.
4x400 Relay Cornet, Kylee Garrick,
5 Cameron Arnzen, Nate Christine Smith 4:39.05a above rIght: bo brogaN raN IN the 100 aNd 800 meters
Woods, Brent Evans, Jake Shot Put - 4kg left: ClINe york ComPeted IN the loNg JumP aNd trIPle JumP.
Cleverley 3:53.87a 5 Hailee Henggeler 28-10.25
Shot Put - 12lb thanks to Patty Theurer for the photos
13 Kaly Russell 22-08.00
6 Jake Henggeler 38-05.25 20 Christine Smith 20-11.50
32 Luis Castro 29-09.75
21 Brittany York 20-11.00
34 Marcus Davis 28-04.25 Discus - 1kg
36 Trent Jones 27-07.50 5 Hailee Henggeler 77-09
37 Nick Tanner 26-11.25 7 Kaly Russell 75-04
Discus - 1.6kg 13 Brittany York 62-11
6 Jake Henggeler 115-05 22 Kami Baker 53-10
18 Marcus Davis 89-05 Pole Vault
34 Luis Castro 76-06
35 Nick Tanner 74-00 3 Hailey Ray 7-05.00
ice “All work guaranteed”
40 Duncan Larrow 69-09 5 Cheyenne Slagle 7-00.00 Fre e Mob
44 Trent Jones 64-09 Long Jump
Pole Vault 18 Abby Knight 10-08.25 Free chip repairs with most full coverage insurances.
8 Jake Henggeler 8-06.00 19 Navi Salisbary 10-06.50
Long Jump Triple Jump Courtney Medley Donna Gill
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15 Brent Evans 16-09.50 11 Kylee Garrick 28-11.00 550-2527 550-2111
22 Cline York 16-00.00 18 Navi Salisbary 24-01.50
New Plymouth FFA
Annual Greenhouse Sale Garden Starter
Beautiful Hanging Baskets.
Pepper, Tomato, and Flower 6 packs.
Sale on M-F, April 16-20 from 3;00-4:00 Call Anthony Graham
and on Saturdays from 9:00-4:00.
Come support your local FFA Chapter!
6 April 11, 2012
New Plymouth News
NPHS Cheer Team Hosts Annual
Lil’ Pilgrim Cheer Camp hIgh sChool New
by student writer, Liz Fisher, senior Baseball Season Continues
interact with the younger girls and tell them
Lil Pilgrim Cheerleaders are out and about!
all there is to know about cheerleading. The h
far left: oDy iNsoN ,
The high school cheerleaders put on a week
Dakota stallioNs yler
long camp at the Elementary school as a high school cheerleaders always look forward
to this time of year; they love having the m
harris aND ee assey kNeel
fundraiser, teaching Kindergarten through 5th
opportunity to teach, and are more then happy iN the iNfielD oNa 4
grade girls cheers, dances, jumps and stunts.
to give up their halftime performance to the Lil payette.
The week was full of hard work and non
stop energy! Not only did they learn what it Pilgrims. e
left: ray vaNs pitchiNg left
haNDeD (he sometimes pitches
takes to be a cheerleader, but they also got They would like to say great job to all who
right haNDeD) DuriNg the game
the chance to show what they learned at the participated, and you will all make amazing
agaiNst payette. shown here with
football game Friday night. cheerleaders someday! They hope you had as
bottom left; her husband at
Every year the High School cheerleaders much fun as they did and can’t wait to see you
payette FX, became an
do this fundraiser. It gives them a chance to back next year.
below miDDle: huNter wells
battiNg at payetteon September 15,
below: kyler2011 harris pitchiNg
Article and photo submitted by FX O’Connor Thank you to Patty Theurer for the
Brisa Aithe O’Connor from the “Ronnoco Valley” settled on SE 4th Ave in New Plymouth,
became an American citizen last Thursday in a special ceremony held for Constitution Day
at the Nampa Civic Center.
At the ceremony there were 195 applicants who became citizens that day, representing
38 countries. Brisa is the youngest of 14 children born and raised on a cattle ranch in
Yecora, Sonora, Mexico. She came to America in 1996 on a student visa to further her
education and to pursue this notion of an “American Dream”.
In 1998 she met her husband, a Marine and High School Cross Country Coach, GySgt.
F.X. O’Connor, while was stationed in Yuma, AZ. In 1999 they married.
In 2005 after FX retired from the Marines and coaching they moved to New Plymouth,
Idaho and started the “Ronnoco Valley”, (O’Connor spelled backwards). FX is the GM of a
marketing company that operates out of the Snake River Correctional Institution and he’s a
Deacon at Valley Christian Church in Fruitland.
After 13 wonderful years together Brisa is now taking a break from the work force as
she and FX are taking up the next challenge of being parents. America and Idaho are now
called home for Brisa and she’s really looking forward to voting in her ﬁrst election, the BIG
election, in 2012.
LIL PILGRIM CHEERLEADERS
When we got into the car from the ceremony I asked her, “Well, citizen, what do you
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH FIFTH GRADERS PUT ON A SHOW AT THE FOOTBALL GAME ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,
say?” She said, “Tomorrow the 16th is Mexico’s Independence Day - now mine’s the 15th
AFTER A WEEK OF CHEER CAMP AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. THE GIRLS LEARNED CHEERS, DANCES, JUMPS AND
of Sept, Ooorah!”.
STUNTS. photo by Kerry White
Angie Radimer, PA-C
Shannon Schantz, MD
12 September 28, 2011
NEW Plymouth News www.NewPlymouthNews.com
New P LYMOUTH NEWS
www.NewPlymouthNews.com April 11, 2012
far rIght: brIttaNy verIgaN CatChes
oN aPrIl 6 at Parma.
rIght; emma abbe gets a hIt.
mIddle far rIght: kaylee forsberg oN
the PItChINg mouNd.
mIddle: megaN forsberg makes the
below mIddle: kaylee forsberg oN
her way to fIrst base.
bottom emma abbe at bat.
Photos by Patty Theurer.
New Plymouth High School Friday - Track @ Nampa Christian, SB & BB
Marsing, State Leadership
Week of April 9 Saturday - Prom
Students were given 3rd quarter report cards last
Wednesday. If your student did not bring one home Upcoming Events
please contact the office for a copy. 278-5311 April 18 - Senior Project Presentations, SAT for
juniors, Community Service opportunity 9th & 10th
Monday - ISAT Window opens, Board Meeting, Band April 31 - Year Book Sr. Dedications Due Contact
Concert MPR 7:00 PM the office for more info. 278-5311
Tuesday - Track @ Parma, SB & BB McCall Home May 20 - Graduation 3:00 PM
photo by Gloria Walker Thursday - JvBB @ Fruitland, Dare Graduation, State Thank you for your continued support of New
Leadership Plymouth Schools!
8 April 11, 2012
New Plymouth News
Can We Put You to Sleep? Yes We Can! (Sleep We Can Believe In)
Now You CAN go to Your Happy Place! Now the Dental Ofﬁce IS Your Happy Place!
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St., New plymouth,ID, 83655 on Pioneer Enterprises, & Pilgrim
handyman stuff, etcs. 278-5515. Sponsor: Internet Truckstop
Sat, April 14,2012 at 11:00 AM. Market. If there are more papers
MARCH 28 Cell’s: 208-571-7521 or 484-1505. email:
then: Garbonzos, & Lowell’s
METAL ARTIST 278.5818 email@example.com
Orchard grass alfalfa hay for sale For Sale: Sofa $12.00; Starter for toward the end of the week after
Gates, Arches, Signs, Mailbox message phone: 278-5465
80# bales, $8.00 ea. cash please, 1983 Toyota Truck R22- $25.00. the paper comes out.- check
Stands, Furniture, Yard Art To out of town subscribers: Call or
Greg 278-5450. Nick at 278-5781 around.
www.rusticravendesigns.com email me any address changes.
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Silver Spurs 4-H Club Deliver Easter Bags to Meadowbrook Residents
Photo and article submitted by Erin Murillo
On Friday, April 06, 2012, the Silver Spurs
4-H club continued with their community
service project commitment for this year by
delivering Easter baskets to the residents of
Meadowbrook in Ontario, OR.
This year, the Silver Spurs decided that as
one of their community service projects, they
would make regular visits to the residents of
Meadowbrook. Originally, the Silver Spurs
were just going to deliver goodies at the
Holidays, but had so much fun talking and
working puzzles with residents at Christmas,
they decided to repeat at valentine’s Day and
raNDi smith, kayla burNs, huNter Derrick, trevor Easter. Last week the club spent their afternoon
froNt row: masoN Derrick, chaNtz burNs, trevor
echevarria, & Jami smith stuffiNg the easter bags to be decorating and filling bags with goodies before
echevarria, alyssa & eleNa murillo
takeN to meaDowbrook assisteD liviNg facility iN oNtario
delivering them Friday night.
back row: shiloh Derrick, raNDi smith, & huNter Derrick
Patchwork of Kindness NON-rESIDENT SUBSCrIPTION
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Dr. Robb from pg 9 Annual Choir Recipient Name___________________________________
are regular flossers that have can use it) with any New Patient Pops Concert Address_________________________________________
certain spots that are always Exam, X-ray and Basic Cleaning! The NPHS Choirs will present
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