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March 11, 2020



FLATWILLOW and WINNETT NEWS

On Friday, February 14, Winnett was presented with the Academic Excellence Award from MHSA/Northwestern Energy. Winnett high school students who participated in sports, music, and/or cheerleading had their GPA calculated. Their cumulative GPA of 3.755 was the highest among Class C schools, and second in all class rankings. We were also one of the only schools who had 100% of our students participate in at least one MHSA activity. Congratulations Winnett School. We are all proud of you!

Flatwillow Homemakers will be meeting on March 10. Linda Gershmel is hosting, but it will be held in the apartments’ rec room. Everything else will remain the same, just the location.

High school basketball has finished up their season. Congratulations to our teams and pep band for a successful winter sports season. High school track will be starting up March 9.

Petroleum County Endowment Fund has two scholarships available. One is for a Winnett graduating senior, the other is for a Winnett alumni attending any accredited school. Applications are available on the school website. A short essay and a copy of your most recent transcript are needed. If you need information or application forms, you may also contact Diane Ahlgren at 429-6851 or email [email protected] . Applications for these scholarships must be in by May 1.

Grants for community projects are also available through the Endowment Fund. Requests need to be in by May 1. For more information or applications, please call Carol Schaeffer at 429-7181.

Elementary/Jr. High basketball season is in full swing. They are having a lot of fun while learning the basics and fundamentals of basketball. There are our future Winnett/Grass Range Rams and Lady Rams. If you can, be sure and come out and support our Little Rams and Lady Rams. Their season runs through March 28.

March 12 is the Winnett School ski day. It is at Showdown. Information packets should have been sent home with the students.

The Winnett Booster Club is working on planning some exciting events taking place this spring/summer. Thank you for your continued support.

The community sends our sympathy and hugs to the Johnke family. Jim Johnke’s brother Martin passed away in March.

Melody Whitcher and Linda Gershmel are hosting a quilting/sewing day in the basement of the Petroleum County Courthouse on Tuesday, March 31 from 9:30 until everyone is ready to go home. Bring your sewing project and sewing supplies, extension cord and power strip, lunch and a beverage and anything else you can think of. The cost is $2.00 to help cover the room rental. Iron, ironing mats, large cutting mat, tables/chairs will be supplied. If you have any questions, you can contact Linda at 406-928-8132, and Melody at 603-491-0676.

March seems to be coming in like a lion with all the high winds we’ve had and then snow this morning. Hopefully, that means it will go out like a lamb. Calving and spring work are moving forward. We just worked our cows yesterday in preparation for calving. We had 60 degrees and a wind, but it wasn’t bad. This morning it was 40 and snowing. Springtime in Montana can be a challenge. Our fist calf this calving season was born this morning, so I guess we are now calving. Hope everyone has a successful calving/lambing season and still manages to get in irrigating, farming, planting, and everything else that goes along with spring work.

See you next time.

 

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