Today: Theresa Ogan, 58, has been teaching music at John Newbery Elementary School in Wenatchee since it opened in 1993. She also taught for a few years at Mission View Elementary, and has taught piano lessons to students at a studio in her home. She is a member of the Wenatchee Chapter’s Washington State Music Teachers Association, and achieved her permanent national certification. In her free time, she likes to read and study new strategies for teaching. She also likes golfing, hiking and making jewelry using beads, silver and natural ...
Favorite Queen moment? "My two-week trip to San Francisco, Hollywood and San Diego, where I was on many radio and national TV shows, including Eve Arden "Our Miss Brooks," Tennessee Ernie Ford and the Bob Crosby Show."
Washington State Patrol Chief for a Day Drew Stephens, 9, serves doughnuts to his classmates and other kids attending the Chief for a Day event Thursday at Memorial Park. One of Chief Stephens first official acts was to serve the doughnuts. The event was one of the first in Memorial Park, marking the start of the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival, which runs through May 3. For a photo gallery and a video of the Chief for a Day event, go to wenatcheeworld.com.
The 13th annual Chief for a Day in Memorial Park on Thursday afternoon. The event is part of the official kickoff ceremony for the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. The little chiefs at the event were: Cruz Chavez, for Wenatchee Police Department, Alex Reister for Chelan County Sheriff's department, Elijah White for Washington State Fish and Wildlife, Makenna Schwab, East Wenatchee Police Department, Jordan Davidson, Douglas County Sheriff's department, and Drew Stephens representing the Washington State Patrol.
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.
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.
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)