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Serving the Nation

BANGOR — Lt. Anthony Imperato, a training officer and 1999 Wenatchee High School graduate, is serving with Navy Operational Support Center Kitsap in the U.S. Navy.

Five generations

Five generations recently gathered at the Wenatchee home of Elma Sprietsma. From left to right, they are, Karen Engley of Dryden, great-grandmother, holding Saraine Granger of Orondo; Danielle Breckenridge of Brewster, grandmother; Elma Sprietsma of Wenatchee, great-great-grandmother; and Angela Granger of Orondo, mother, holding baby Drizzt Granger.

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

Salmon Festival announces poster contest winners

LEAVENWORTH — This year’s Wenatchee River Salmon Festival Poster grand prize winner is Macy Fowler, a third-grade student from John Newbery Elementary School in Wenatchee. Fowler’s poster is now the “O-FISH-al” festival publicity poster and is featured throughout the region in announcements for the 24th Wenatchee River Salmon Festival.

Low, Beckmann

Chelsea Catherine Low and Jordan James Beckmann, both of Cashmere, have announced their engagement.


Birth announcements from throughout North Central Washington


Eric and Diane Forhan of East Wenatchee celebrated their 30th wedding Monday.

Five generations

Margaret Mounts and her family gathered recently for a five-generation family photo at Brian’s Pizza in Cashmere. Pictured from left are Cathy Andruss of Wenatchee, great-grandmother; Brian Andruss of Cashmere, grandfather; Margaret Mounts of Wenatchee, great-great-grandmother, holding Charlie Andruss of Cashmere; and Jacob Ray Andruss of Cashmere, father.

Reader scrapbook

Sunnyslope Elementary School recently completed its 100th year of learning. On Feb. 28, Sunnyslope celebrated the school’s centennial with a gathering of former students and administration over the past century. The current students and their families gathered with teachers and staff of the past, thanking them for being heroes with a legacy. This spring, students gathered on the playground for a centennial photo.

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington


Rick and Dana Barnard celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary by renewing their wedding vows May 17 at their Wenatchee home.


Jerry and Ann Weaver of Wenatchee will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary during an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. July 5, at their home. The event is being planned by their daughter, Karen Moir, Ann’s sister, Karen Walker, and friends Mike and Terresa Hobbs and Tink and Renelle Wilson. The family requests no gifts.


Birth announcements from throughout North Central Washington

Appreciation potluck set for Tuesday

EAST WENATCHEE — Republican families from Chelan and Douglas counties are invited to attend the free “Hands across the River” appreciation potluck from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Kirby Billingsley Hydro Park, 1682 Highway 28.