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Town band seeks musicians

LEAVENWORTH — Musikkapelle Leavenworth is looking for a percussionist and other musicians who are interested in joining the group.

Candy sale will benefit local Kiwanis

EAST WENATCHEE — The Apple Valley Kiwanis will sell Sees candy at the Wenatchee Valley Mall from Saturday until May 7 during regular mall hours.

Presentation planned to discuss mindfulness

OMAK — Okanogan Behavioral Healthcare will host a presentation titled “Basics of Mindfulness” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. May 2 at the clinic, 1007 Koala Drive.

First Tuesday program discusses seeds

TWISP — The Methow Conservancy will hold a “First Tuesday” program from 7 to 8:30 May 3 at the Merc Playhouse, 101 S. Glover St.

Parks district offers free pickleball instruction

EAST WENATCHEE — Eastmont Parks and Recreation will hold two instructional pickleball classes. The classes will be held May 10 at 6 p.m. at Sterling Middle School and May 12 at 10 a.m. at Eastmont Park’s outdoor courts.

Registration open for annual non-profit summit

CHELAN — The Community Foundation of NCW has opened registration for its 8th annual Nonprofit Practices Institute summit to be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 23 at Campbell’s Resort, 104 W Woodin Ave.

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

Applications open for annual law-enforcement camp

NCW — The Washington State Patrol and Washington Kiwanis clubs have opened applications for the 39th annual Washington State Kiwanis Youth Law Enforcement Camp. The application deadline is May 6.

WHS students win honors at national competition

LOS ANGELES — Wenatchee High School students were recognized for their work in a write-off competition at the National High School Journalism Convention earlier this month.