Work outside or inside, make a donation, spend the day or just a few minutes, help a pre-organized project or create your own. It doesn’t matter how small or how large your project is. When it comes to Make A Difference Day, everyone is invited to participate and all projects matter.
Chelan has a lot of murals, somewhere around 18 at last count, not including two in Manson. The outdoor paintings celebrate our area’s natural beauty, our past, our maritime and agricultural heritage, and our American Indian, Latin and European roots. Every mural depicts a unique Lake Chelan Valley outlook on life: hard-working, optimistic, surrounded by nature’s bounty, big.
The Wenatchee High School Golden Apple Marching Band began its 2014 competition season last weekend at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco. The band placed second in the AAA Large Band Division with a score strong enough to earn a spot in the finals competition that evening.
The inception of the Dryden Improvement Club began the night of Feb. 3, 1914, according to recorded minutes taken by Herbert Remely. The meeting held at the Dryden Hall organized what is known as the Dryden Improvement Club. At that time, both men and women were members.
Maybe Angela Gardner should try not growing things more often. The 15-foot-plus sunflower plant in her garden happened by chance. “It self-seeded,” said Gardner, who lives in East Wenatchee. “I didn’t try to grow it. It was an onion bed and it just started growing.” Gardner did plant a row of sunflower plants in that same garden last year, but the tallest one measured about 10 feet, she said.
Is your group planning a Halloween-related event or harvest-themed alternative? If so, let us know so we can include it in our annual roundup of Halloween events. Noon Oct. 13 is the deadline to e-mail Anna Lopez at email@example.com with the event information including what, when, where, who the event is for and a name and phone number for readers to call for more information. Events must be open to the general public. Questions? Call Lopez at 661-6372.
North Central Washington has its share of hand spinners, knitters and weavers. But Cheryl Stewart of Entiat won’t be pulling wool over your eyes when she says she’s a bit different from the rest: Cheryl is almost completely blind.
A fireplace mantel and chimney provides a facial contrast to the stark devastation of the Carlton Complex Fire that swept through the area around Alta Lake Golf Course in mid-July. The property is on Golf Course Drive.