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Several members of the Cervantes and Vega families recently became naturalized U.S. citizens, including Carlos Cervantes Jr, Francisco Vega, and Jose Rodriguez. Sandra Vega earned her citizenship 10 years ago and helped other family members, including her parents, do the same. More family members are working on the same goal, she said. Left to right in photo are Carlos and his son Miguel; Sandra and Galilea; Sandra's husband Francisco, son Francisco Jr. and daughter Guadalupe in back; and Sandra's sister Guadalupe Rodriguez and her husband Jose Rodriguez in right front.

Several members of the Cervantes and Vega families recently became naturalized U.S. citizens, including Carlos Cervantes Jr, Francisco Vega, and Jose Rodriguez. Sandra Vega earned her citizenship 10 years ago and helped other family members, including her parents, do the same. More family members are working on the same goal, she said. Left to right in photo are Carlos and his son Miguel; Sandra and Galilea; Sandra's husband Francisco, son Francisco Jr. and daughter Guadalupe in back; and Sandra's sister Guadalupe Rodriguez and her husband Jose Rodriguez in right front.

The Wenatchee Wild hockey team loses to Wichita 3-2 Friday night in Wenatchee.
Wenatchee's Brendan Harris

The Wenatchee Wild hockey team loses to Wichita 3-2 Friday night in Wenatchee. Wenatchee's Brendan Harris

Kids watch their wobblebots as they use solar energy to charge capacitors that will make them wobble. The kids made the robots during Random Acts of Robotics class at Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Kids watch their wobblebots as they use solar energy to charge capacitors that will make them wobble. The kids made the robots during Random Acts of Robotics class at Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Vinze Ta, 12, of East Wenatchee puts his wobblebot together during the Random Acts of Robotics class at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Vinze Ta, 12, of East Wenatchee puts his wobblebot together during the Random Acts of Robotics class at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Theo Marshall, at right, shows a underwater ROV he made to kids in the Random Acts of Robotics class at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Theo Marshall, at right, shows a underwater ROV he made to kids in the Random Acts of Robotics class at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Bryce Newberry

Bryce Newberry

Cheyanne Harbie, 3-year-old daughter of Lou Harbie and Jessica Tinnirello of East Wenatchee, dances in the rain out on the back deck of her family’s home. Her mom shared that playing outdoors is one of Cheyanne’s favorite things to do.
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Cheyanne Harbie, 3-year-old daughter of Lou Harbie and Jessica Tinnirello of East Wenatchee, dances in the rain out on the back deck of her family’s home. Her mom shared that playing outdoors is one of Cheyanne’s favorite things to do. Send us your photos We’re looking for photos of cute kids and pets taken within the past year to include in Reader Scrapbook. Send large and/or high-resolution photos by email to newsclerk@wenatcheeworld.com, with “Your News Reader Scrapbook” in the subject line, or mail to “Your News Reader Scrapbook,” Features Department, The Wenatchee World, P.O. Box 1511, Wenatchee, WA 98807-1511. Call Lesley Bourne at 661-6372 with questions.

Gonzaga players, including Byron Wesley (middle), react from the bench during the second half of Sunday’s game.
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Gonzaga players, including Byron Wesley (middle), react from the bench during the second half of Sunday’s game. Bob Donnan/USA TODAY Sports

Eastmont’s Phillip Moore won the 100-meter dash at the Ray Cockrum Relays last month.

Eastmont’s Phillip Moore won the 100-meter dash at the Ray Cockrum Relays last month.