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Elijah White
Literacy Council volunteer

Elijah White Literacy Council volunteer

From right, workers Jed Dale, James Glencoe and Jose Parga with Rock Solid, a construction company from Moses Lake, dig footings on buildings under construction along Riverside Drive in Wenatchee Monday. The buildings are expected to have businesses on the lower level and apartments above them.

From right, workers Jed Dale, James Glencoe and Jose Parga with Rock Solid, a construction company from Moses Lake, dig footings on buildings under construction along Riverside Drive in Wenatchee Monday. The buildings are expected to have businesses on the lower level and apartments above them.

Caryl Andre
 City of Wenatchee recreation supervisor

Caryl Andre City of Wenatchee recreation supervisor

Children play at the Wenatchee Parks Department’s indoor playroom at the community center on Tuesday.

Children play at the Wenatchee Parks Department’s indoor playroom at the community center on Tuesday.

A big part of the Wenatchee Parks Department’s indoor playroom is parents meeting and talking. From left, Brie Adan, Wenatchee, and Jenn Molenaar, Malaga enjoy conversation while Sylas Molenaar, 2, has a snack at the community center on Tuesday.

A big part of the Wenatchee Parks Department’s indoor playroom is parents meeting and talking. From left, Brie Adan, Wenatchee, and Jenn Molenaar, Malaga enjoy conversation while Sylas Molenaar, 2, has a snack at the community center on Tuesday.

With the help of her mother, Angie Cole, Ronan, 1, moves around Charlee Adan, 2, who appears to be driving while on her “phone” during the Wenatchee Parks Department’s indoor playroom at the community center on Tuesday. The room is available from 9 to 11a.m. Monday through Wednesday.The Coles live in Cashmere and Charlee is from Wenatchee. It is their first time at the playroom.

With the help of her mother, Angie Cole, Ronan, 1, moves around Charlee Adan, 2, who appears to be driving while on her “phone” during the Wenatchee Parks Department’s indoor playroom at the community center on Tuesday. The room is available from 9 to 11a.m. Monday through Wednesday.The Coles live in Cashmere and Charlee is from Wenatchee. It is their first time at the playroom.

Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal accepts the gift of a stuffed rabbit during the Night In A Box fundraiser for Lighthouse Christian Ministries on Friday.

Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal accepts the gift of a stuffed rabbit during the Night In A Box fundraiser for Lighthouse Christian Ministries on Friday.

An assebly line of volunteers work to load baskets with food as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.

An assebly line of volunteers work to load baskets with food as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.

Beatrice Bautista and her children Stefanie and Matthew watch as volunteer Josh Milnes helps load their basket with food as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.

Beatrice Bautista and her children Stefanie and Matthew watch as volunteer Josh Milnes helps load their basket with food as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.

Volunteers add potatoes to baskets as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.

Volunteers add potatoes to baskets as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.