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Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

VFW presents Public Servant Awards

EAST WENATCHEE — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Dean Baughman River Post 3617 will present two Public Servant Awards for 2014 based on the nominations of Wenatchee Fire Chief Stan Smoke.

Student graduates Washington Youth Academy

WENATCHEE — Ricardo Barrales-Vergara of Wenatchee was among 144 cadets to graduate from the Washington Youth Academy during a Dec. 20 commencement ceremony.

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Elsie Varga is all smiles — and static-y hair — after driving her car down a hill last summer at the Wenatchee home of Dan and Jean Logsdon, her great-aunt and uncle. Her mother, J.C. Varga, says that Elsie’s hair always looks like this after just a few minutes in her car. Elsie actually gets going pretty fast, with a push from her 5-year-old brother, Derrick. Elsie is the daughter of J.C. and Vern Varga of Wenatchee.

Linge, Culp

Anne Marie Culp and Daniel Edward Linge exchanged wedding vows Aug. 2 at Bella Terrazza Vineyards in Wenatchee before the Rev. Dale Linge, father of the groom.


Birth announcements throughout North Central Washington

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Casey, an 11-year-old Shih Tzu, is an enthusiastic Seahawks fan. He loves to watch the Hawks play on TV, and proudly wears his team scarf on game day. Casey’s owners are Richard and Shirley Ehrenberg of Wenatchee.


Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

Multicultural festivities Saturday at the museum

WENATCHEE — The City of Wenatchee Diversity Advisory Council and the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center will host a celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and the many cultures in the Wenatchee Valley.

Apple Blossom royalty selection night Jan. 24

MANSON — The Manson Apple Blossom Royalty selection pageant will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 24 at the Manson High School Gym. A queen and two princesses will be selected.

Foundation awards $10,000 to local RSVP program

WOODINVILLE — The Raymond O. and Evelyn Sawyer (ROE) Foundation has awarded $10,000 to the Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council to support the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of North Central Washington.

Cramer elected as new chairman of SCORE

WENATCHEE — Ken Cramer has been elected chairman of the Central Washington Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE). The recent retiree moved to Wenatchee after working in the banking business in the Puget Sound area for 35 years.

Calling all local fast-pitch ladies

WENATCHEE — Women who played fast-pitch softball in the Wenatchee Valley during the 1960s and later are invited to a reunion at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Wenatchee Eagles lodge, 1208 N. Wenatchee Ave.