PGR _______________Saturday, June 6________________________________cost one smile_ ___________ El CamPestre Like most towns, Chilhowie has many yummy restaurants. What makes this one special is its name, most people in Chilhowie call it the Mexican restaurant instead of El Campestre. It got the building from another Chilhowie restaurant called the Rainbow. What made the restaurant unique is its giant rainbow in front of the building that said the Rainbow. El Campestre translated in English is “the country”. It has amazing Mexican food and has awesome service. When you get there you will be greeted with ( in Christmastime) a room with wooden seats and a huge nativity scene. On normal days it has the same room without the nativity scene. Then a waiter or waitress will take you to your seat and they will give you chips and salsa. Then you place your order and eat! What the editors like to eat is the Arroz Texacano. In concussion, the less than 2,000 people in Chilhowie will know this
We have decided to do the PGR newspaper every month, not every week EVERY MONTH. With the school year ahead and the blog, this is the push we needed to slow down. We have already made this announcement on the paper news. We hope you can live without your weekly dose of the Paine Girl Report! the blog posts will be once a week
100 years ago women were able to vote, and people in Bristol helped celebrate by wearing yellow, white, and purple. People also rang "justice bells " at noon and walked in downtown Bristol. This special day was very heartwarming and prideful for women across the nation.