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Written by Angela Broncheau   

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     The 118th annual  Talmaks Camp Meeting is in full swing. July 3 will begin with Sunrise Service at 5 a.m., followed by Christian Education with Tonia Garcia, director.  Wanda Dunn, choir director will have choir practice at 1 p.m. At 2:30 p.m. will be Talmaks Teens with Steve and Lesley Herzog, Youth With A Mission. The evening will beging with Nimiipu tempt Wanipt  Hymn service with Christine Porter at 7 p.m.  Volkhard Graf, teaching elder will give the sermon with Elder Mary Jane Souther presiding.

     July 4 will begin with Sunrise Prayer Service at 5 a.m. The Flag Raising Ceremony will begin at 9:45 a.m. with our veterans. Wilfred Scott, United States Navy will do the Oration with Randy Bowen Sr. United States Navy, presiding. At noon will be a camp wide picnic organized by Talmaks Board Members.

     Patriotic Exercises with Tonia Garcia will begin at 2 p.m. Sharon Saez will lead the Musical Program at 7 p.m. On July 5  Rev. Dr. Cecil Corbett will give the sermon with Gwen Carter presiding at 10 a.m. followed by Communion Services with Rev. Dr. Mary Jane Miles. Jeff Guillory, commissioned ruling elder will lead Sunday School at 2 p.m.  Junior Endeavor will meet at 5 p.m. with Tonia Garcia. At 7 p.m. Marilyn Bowen will do the Memorial Service. Leotis McCormack, NPTEC chaplin will do the sermon at 7:30 p.m. with JoAnn Kauffman presiding. Stay safe. Talmaks committee advised no fireworks will be allowed on camp ground.

     There were 25,549 basketball players who braved the hot streets at the Spokane Hoopfest this last weekend; many players were from our surrounding communities.

     Congratulations to team “Dubsmash Sisters:” Graciela Broncheau, (daughter of Abe and Susan Broncheau); Mariah Porter, (daughter of Adam and Angie Porter); Ashlyn Schoening, (daughter of Danny and Amber Schoening; and Ayanna Pinkham (daughter of Jeanette Pinkham). “Dubsmash Sisters” came around the winners' bracket, with such determination and grace; our girls had very many spectators cheering for them and encouraging them at all their games.  One lady made the comment that the girls played very well together and showed true sportsmanship. This was the girls first Hoopfest they played as a team and they did a fabulous job! I am very proud of these girls!

     Christian Robbins' (son of Abe and Susan Broncheau) team “Emoji-WanKenobi” with Trey Dreadfulwater, (son of Brad and Lisa Dreadfulwater); Kyle Frei (son of Steve and Kristy Frei) and Damian Forsythe, (son of Jacob and Roshelle Forsythe) lost a heartbreaker championship game. They had to play with just three guys because one of the boys suffered heat exhaustion earlier that day. Good game guys you made us proud!

     Tyrel Henry’s team “Babyface Assassins” with Kaleb and Titus Oatman (sons of Marcus and Laura Oatman); and Lacey Kudt, (daughter of Nels and Leah Kludt), they also played very well throughout the weekend.

     Please be safe in this EXTREME HEAT!  Please don’t leave children alone in cars..always check the back seat! For more information regarding heat emergencies visit Kamiah NMPH clinic lobby.

     Have a healthy safe 4th of July Holiday!

     Birthday blessings to Lyle Davis, David Penney, and Jeanie (Babe) Nichols, and Carolyn Sutherland.

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Wolf Problems? Print E-mail

The following list of numbers is offered for anyone who experiences problems with wolves. 

 

Suspected Livestock Predation

Call USDA Wildlife Services, 1-866-487-3297 or contact Justin Mann, local Wildlife Specialist at 208-869-3297. Personnel will be dispatched to investigate.

 

Frequent Wolf Sightings

Contact the Nez Perce Tribe, Curt Mack at 208-634-1060. They will gather and record information, then provide advice.

 

Report Sighting of a Wolf

Go to Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game website to fill out a wolf report form: http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/cms/wildlife/wolves/

 

Health and Human Safety Concerns

A wolf may be killed if life and human safety is at risk. Contact Idaho Fish & Game at 208-799-5010 or call Nez Perce Tribe at 208-634-1061 or 911 Sheriff dispatch. All wolf kills will be investigated.

 


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