This past winter Lori Brundage, my co-worker, noticed four feral cats living in a parking lot adjacent to our WorkSource Office. It was very cold, and we did not know if the cats were eating or if they had any water available to them.
Wenatchee Valley College is grand marshal of the 2015 Apple Blossom Festival Stemilt Growers Grand Parade -- an honor recognizing the college's contributions to the community as it celebrates its 75th anniversary year.
Downtown Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast: 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Triangle Park, $6 in advance, $7 at gate for all-you-can-eat breakfast. Tickets available at the festival office, Kiwanis clubs in Wenatchee and at the gate.
It’s swarm season in the Wenatchee Valley — the time of year when honey bee colonies have outgrown their homes and need more space for the colony to continue growing. This is a great time of year for beekeepers interested in expanding their apiaries.
Classical Conversations of Wenatchee has had another strong year and is growing. This year, five students successfully completed the Memory Master exam: Zachary Appel, sixth grade; Abby Black, fifth grade; William Appel, fourth grade; Claire Appel, second grade; and Daniel Hunter, kindergarten.
We love our parades and our classic cars here in the Wenatchee Valley. Put them together and you have the makings of the longstanding local tradition that is the Les Schwab Classy Chassis Parade & Car Show.
Taste the wonders of the world with a trip to the food fair at Memorial Park, where 21 vendors will have their booths open daily throughout the festival from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The stoves start sizzling this Thursday.
The Junior Royalty will ride in Saturday’s Keyes Fibre Youth Parade. Pictured here, left to right, are Princess Ashleigh Willoughby, Queen Ava Vasquez and Princess Lauren Kert. (Photo provided/Parsons Photography)