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Local woman selected for national award

WENATCHEE — Lisa Bradshaw, founder of the non-profit DON’T WAIT project, has been selected by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a recipient of its national “Women in American History” award.

WSD employee named finalist for statewide award

OLYMPIA — Donna Young, office manager for Columbia Elementary, was chosen a regional finalist for Washington’s 2016 Classified School Employee of the Year award and will be honored during an awards ceremony planned for Thursday in Olympia.

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News of college students throughout North Central Washington

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Kahlen Gilliver, 10, and her pal Snuggles, a 4-year-old Havanese, share a snuggle at the family home in Wenatchee. Snuggles had just returned from a grooming appointment. Kahlen’s parents are David and Melinda Gilliver of Wenatchee. (Photo provided/Melinda Gilliver)

Vintage fashion show event postponed

WENATCHEE — Joyful Scholars Montessori School has postponed its “Your Grandma’s Closet Event” originally scheduled for Saturday.

Tickets available for Heart of Humanity benefit

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee High School Interact Club and Habitat for Humanity will host the “Heart of Humanity” fundraising event beginning at 6 p.m. Friday at the WHS Commons.

Wildflower day offers nature talks, guided walks

QUINCY — The Nature Conservancy will host wildflower day at the Beezley Hills Preserve from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 at the preserve, on Monument Hill Road north of Quincy.

Firewise program focus of community meeting

MALAGA — The Malaga-Colockum Community Council will hold a special community meeting focused on the Firewise program from 7 to 9 p.m. April 26 at the Malaga Fire Station, 3760 W. Malaga Road.

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Addalyn Bentz, 4, hugs her chicken, Omelette, in her parent’s backyard. Addy’s parents are Phil and Jessica Bentz of Wenatchee. (Photo provided/Jessica Bentz)

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled in North Central Washington

Young pianists advance to state competition

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Music Teachers Association announced the winners of its annual Wenatchee Chapter Piano Competition held March 18 at Grace Lutheran Church.

College life

News of college students around North Central Washington

Annual rummage sale benefits charity

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Catholic Daughters of the Americas will hold its annual spring rummage sale Friday and Saturday at Kuykendall Hall in St. Joseph Catholic Church, 625 S. Elliott Ave.

Gallery in search of artist in residence

TWISP — The Confluence Gallery has opened applications for its artist-in-residency program for spring and summer. The application deadline is Friday.