News Briefs

4-H holds pet food drive for KPFL
The Libby 4-H Afterschool Club meets twice a month throughout the school year on early out Wednesdays. Besides learning how to run a meeting, give a demonstration, build things, and cook for Harvest of the Month projects, the students vote on a service project.
From now until April 25, the club is collecting dog and cat food donations for Kootenai Pets for Life. To donate please bring a bag of food to Libby Elementary School and put it in the big blue donation box near the library.
The club thanks you for your support.

KVCS names honor roll Students
A Honor Roll –
First Grade
Alexandra Durbin
Caelan Gray
Lilyanna Harcourt
Ryan Rank

A-B Honor Roll -First Grade
Soleigah Ballesteroz
Caitlyn Chamberlain
Rhett Shelton

A Honor Roll -Second Grade
Angelica Bailey
Koehler Holmes
Thorin Nixon
Morgan Sanderson

A-B Honor Roll -Second Grade
Cadence Rebo

A Honor Roll -Third Grade
Zoe Warner

A-B Honor Roll -Fourth Grade
Matthew Chase
Henry Rank
Augustine Bailey

A Honor Roll -Fifth Grade
Dylan Warner
Nicholas Silbermann

A-B Honor Roll -Fifth Grade
Mandy Schmitt
Olivia Sanderson
Aaron Thomas
Warren Paulsen

A-B Honor Roll -Seventh Grade
Jonathan O’Connell
Katelyn Schmitt
James Warner

Yaak Hunting Ethics workshop
The Yaak Valley Forest Council is hosting its third Hunting Ethics workshop on the grounds of the old Sylvanite School in the Yaak Valley. The workshop will take place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, and it is open to youth ages 12 and up.
Parents may accompany their children if they would like. The topics included in the presentations will include hunting ethics and regulations, backcountry preparedness, Native American hunting practices, primitive skills, and archery.
Lunch will be included, but please RSVP if you would like your child to attend. To RSVP or ask questions, please contact Shawna at 406-295-9736 or shawna@yaakva

Art classes and club for all ages now available in Libby
Libby Art is now located at 521 California Avenue (the corner across from Glacier Bank and the court house). Everyone is invited to stop in and see what’s new.
Do you need something to spice up your Friday or Saturday night? Start your weekend off on the right foot with creativity and fun. A full schedule of cases are available during the month of April including acrylic painting, pen and ink, watercolor, and perspective.
Classes are open to all ages and cost $40 which includes all supplies. Classes are two hours long , running from 5 until 7 p.m.
Also, anyone interested is invited to join the Libby Art Club to connect with others and be creative. The club meets Monday through Thursday from 4 until 5 p.m. and costs $10 per month.