• “Universe of Stories” is the theme for the summer reading program at the Cokeville Branch Library. The summer reading began for the children on Wednesday, May 29, where those attending made an astronaut craft. On Monday, June 3, the older children had a watermelon challenge and on Wednesday, June 5, the younger children made alien ships and finally on Thursday, June 6, was movie day with a showing of “Ralph Breaks the Internet”.
• There will be fun activities and movie days throughout the months of June and July. The children are also encouraged to read throughout the summer months. There are fun prizes to be earned.
• Friday, June 7, there was a Montpelier Idaho South Stake fireside at the Pinecreek Ski Area. Youth and their leaders were served a delicious dinner of Dutch oven chicken, tri-tip, Dutch oven Potatoes, salad and dessert.
This wonderful meal was followed by an incredible fireside outside on the grass at Pinecreek with special guest speakers: Doug Holmes, First Counselor in the General Young Men’s Presidency, his wife and nephew Josh Pack. It was a beautiful evening.
• The sisters in the Montpelier Idaho South Stake gathered for a “Time Out For Sisters “ event on Saturday, June 8, in the Montpelier 1st/4th Ward Building. Special guest speakers were: Author, Heather Farrel and Illustrator, Mandy Jane Williams of the Book; “Walking With the Women Of the Old Testament”. It was a wonderful event followed by a tastyHawaiian Plate lunch fixed by the Matuas.
• The Cokeville High School Cheerleaders participated in a summer camp this week in Cokeville.
• Dee and Vonnie Wilde enjoyed having all of their children and spouses home for a reunion over the weekend.
• Bill and Ellen Thompson welcomed Kandyce and Clay and their children for a visit.
• Bentley Johnson, son of Lenn and Gayle Johnson, participated in the Shrine Bowl on Saturday, June 8 for the South team. Although the South Team was not successful in winning the game, Bentley did throw the opening touchdown for the South to receiver, Ian Arnold of Glenrock, to put the first points of the game on the board.