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Cashmere senior center expands to include gallery, art classes

CASHMERE — There’s something very creative going on in Cashmere. The Cashmere Senior Center — that homey business front at 120 Cottage Ave. where knitting, checkers and card games have been principal forms of excitement for 35 years — has been transformed into a vibrant art gallery and activities center.

Stepping out: Love on the dance floor

WENATCHEE — For newlyweds Ted Burgess and Lois Grable-Burgess, both more than 80 years old, the dancing began from almost the first moment they met. Ted recalled, “There was a spark right from the start. I liked what I saw, so I asked her immediately if she would go out with me.”

Wenatchee considering permits for temporary parking lots

WENATCHEE — Temporary parking lots near the Wenatchee Valley Senior Center and Town Toyota Center may soon require city approval. The city of Wenatchee is proposing a new application process for short-term parking lots that will require conditional-use permits and approval by a hearing examiner — and sets a two-year limit on their use.

Business offers seniors a place to get warm

WENATCHEE — Due to the current cold weather, all Bonaventure Senior Living communities are offering a place to get warm, free of charge. This includes Columbia Heights Retirement and Assisted Living Community in Wenatchee, 1550 Cherry St., and Bonaventure of East Wenatchee Senior Living Community, 50 29th St. NW. Seniors will receive a free hot drink or meal if they visit any of the company’s locations, according to a news release. For more information, call Columbia Heights at (509) 662-8646 or go to