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Dear Abby | Friend enjoys a free ride without the slightest thanks

Dear Abby: I am a retired airline employee, and I get passes for my friends and family. I recently provided first-class-eligible round-trip passes from San Diego to Paris to my best friend and her friend. (The fare would have cost them thousands of dollars retail.) The only thing I asked in return was to pick me up a menu, a print or something small that could be packed easily.

Seminar includes three teaching sessions

EAST WENATCHEE — Kingdom Embassy Church will hold its Kingdom Principles Seminar from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the church, 181 1st St. SE.

Contest challenges teens to create interpretive videos

NCW — The Washington State Library has launched its 2017 Teen Video Challenge. The national video competition offers teens an opportunity to showcase their ideas for the organization’s summer reading program.
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Millennials, we can teach our parents

I wasn’t trying to change my parents. I just wanted them to be who they really are — not who they think they have to be — because I love them.

A Life with God | Thanksgiving past, present, future

This year, our 50 U.S. states have been visited on the capital steps by Franklin Graham, who has conducted prayer meetings to thousands of people for the welfare of our country and the presidential vote. Who is Franklin Graham? He is the son of Billy Graham.
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Wenatchee Mom Blog | A picture’s worth

I’ve read several quotes reminding parents that little eyes are watching our every move but it wasn’t until I watched my 2-year-old daughter pick up my camera and attempt to hold it up to her little face that I realized just how much truth there was to those statements.

Dear Abby | Kids lobby mom to return long-overdue child support

Dear Abby: I’m a divorced and remarried mother of two adult children. Both live on their own and have decent jobs. After the divorce, I managed to keep a roof over our heads, food on the table and provide college for my children. My ex-husband, their father, sporadically paid child support, which resulted in an arrearage owed for the past nine years.

Dear Abby | Booklet gives easy tutorial on how to write a letter

Dear Abby: I’m a freshman in college, blessed to have an internship in the office of a nonprofit organization. As time goes by, and as trust is built, I am being given more responsibilities. One of them is writing letters for various purposes — thank-you letters, invitations, congratulatory letters, etc.

Dear Abby | Booklet gives easy tutorial on how to write a letter

Dear Abby: I’m a freshman in college, blessed to have an internship in the office of a nonprofit organization. As time goes by, and as trust is built, I am being given more responsibilities. One of them is writing letters for various purposes — thank-you letters, invitations, congratulatory letters, etc.

In the Garden | Protect newly planted trees and shrubs

Fall is a perfect time to plant trees and shrubs in North Central Washington. The temperatures in September and October are more moderate so the plants do not suffer heat stress. Since the soil remains above 40 degrees generally until the end of October, the roots of the transplanted trees and shrubs will grow. The new roots will both stabilize the plants as well as uptake water and soil nutrients.