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Camp Fire USA seeks host family for camper

WENATCHEE — Camp Fire USA’s North Central Washington Council is looking for a host family for a 14-year-old Japanese Utrek camper for two weeks beginning with camp session 4, July 26.


Classes scheduled throughout North Central Washington

Reader’s scrapbook

Five-year-old Carter Bach and his grandparents’ Chihuahua puppies, Big Sister and Little Sister, play in the grass in his grandparents’ backyard. Carter’s grandparents are Bill and Jill Walker of Bridgeport. His parents are Karl and Jennifer Bach of Brewster. (Photo provided/Bill Walker)

College Life

News of college students throughout North Central Washington

Woodward — Lee

Kassi Lee and Daniel Woodward were married June 20 at Beebe Bridge Park in Orondo.

What is ‘Disneybounding’?

ORLANDO — Grown-ups are playing dress-up in a fashion trend called “Disneybounding,” which allows fans to display devotion without donning a Cinderella gown or a Buzz Lightyear spacesuit.

Byrne — 70th

Tom and Babs Byrne of Wenatchee celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary during a gathering of family and friends on June 27.

Aday — Felton-Putman

Brandi Felton-Putman and Michael Aday were married July 4 at the Rocky Reach Dam. Jesse Aday officiated the ceremony.

Aguilar — Schmidt

Shayla Renee Schmidt and Albert Rueben Aguilar Jr. were married July 12 on the beach at the Friends’ Barn in Fort Townsend State Park in Port Townsend. Chantelle Aguilar, the groom’s cousin, officiated the ceremony.


Birth announcements from throughout North Central Washington

Rest in the loving presence of God

Be encouraged. Past regrets are gone, The Apostle Paul didn’t just become a whole new person. He became the man God had intended. Yet facing God with regrets is God’s formula for us, overwhelming Paul’s formula.