Area residents will have the opportunity to connect with neighbors and friends, share a meal, and learn about community members’ thoughts about features in the Grangeville community environment that make it easy or difficult for adults and children to eat healthfully and be physically active.
The public is invited to a community conversation at the Soltman Center Thursday, July 7, 6 p.m.
When John Urbahn started pitching in to help with the Border Days fireworks show, he helped his dad, Bob Urbahn, set up and launch a much smaller booming, glittering display than will be seen at the GHS football field this Independence Day.
It has been four decades of joy for John Urbahn, who is about to mark his 40th year launching the July 4 fireworks with the Grangeville Volunteer Fire Department.
“This has definitely been an experience I never want to forget,” said Maggie Chmelik of Grangeville.
“Yes, it’s a lot of work, but it teaches you not only responsibility, but also how to be organized.” LC4Vets and military families will be greeting veterans, active service members and their families at the park next to the “Walking Tacos” food stand Monday, July 4.
In an effort to continue to support its mission to provide high quality health care to its patients, Syringa Hospital’s board is exploring a new avenue.