Beth Pratt, left, and Karin Arvidson are among the many residents of Mountain Meadows Senior Living in Leavenworth who recently made about 500 ornaments that have been placed on giving trees around Leavenworth. The trees are sponsored by Upper Valley MEND. The trees are at Dan’s Food Market, 1329 Highway 2, and at the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce, 940 Highway 2.
Houseplant information is easier to find than ever before with the resources available on the Internet. Some sources of information are more reliable than others and the end of a website address often offers a clue. I’ll explain briefly.
Dear Abby: Since the moment my oldest son, “Ryan,” enlisted in the U.S. Army, our family has been concerned he would be deployed. Although Ryan graduated from high school near the top of his class and had prepared for university, his plans were thwarted when deployment orders came to face off with ISIS in a combat engineer role. He leaves soon for the Middle East.
Dear Abby: I was married to a wonderful woman who passed away five months ago after a heart attack. Why do people act as if the one who has passed away never existed? PLEASE talk about her. Talk about her often. Tell me good things about her.
It’s every athlete’s worst nightmare — suffering a concussion the week before a playoff game, and having to sit on the sidelines for the big game. At Wenatchee High School, it’s a reality that many student athletes have faced during the sports season. But the WHS Sports Medicine program and Athletic Department are prepared with multiple policies and guidelines to ensure brain safety on the playing field.