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SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS: The Valley Electric Sparklers capture the league and tournament championship in the Wenatchee girls softball program in 1970. From left, front row, are coach Bill Kaysen, Sue Cox, Sandy Best, Suzy Best, Mary Gale, Kelli Sager, Carol Jonn, Alicia Cox and coach Nelson Sager; back row, Tami Bowling, Jeanine Farley, Tracie Sager, Paula Mooney, Camille Kaysen, Jane Ulrich, Robin Sager, Janette Poulsen, Karen Matthews and Julie Smith.

SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS: The Valley Electric Sparklers capture the league and tournament championship in the Wenatchee girls softball program in 1970. From left, front row, are coach Bill Kaysen, Sue Cox, Sandy Best, Suzy Best, Mary Gale, Kelli Sager, Carol Jonn, Alicia Cox and coach Nelson Sager; back row, Tami Bowling, Jeanine Farley, Tracie Sager, Paula Mooney, Camille Kaysen, Jane Ulrich, Robin Sager, Janette Poulsen, Karen Matthews and Julie Smith.

Steve, left, and Shawn White check out the new Native American Salmon Fishing exhibit at the Cashmere Museum on August 23, 2016.The two were visiting Leavenworth from Tacoma and wanted a break from the bustling tourist crowd. So they headed to Cashemere for a quieter day and stumbled upon the museum.

Steve, left, and Shawn White check out the new Native American Salmon Fishing exhibit at the Cashmere Museum on August 23, 2016.The two were visiting Leavenworth from Tacoma and wanted a break from the bustling tourist crowd. So they headed to Cashemere for a quieter day and stumbled upon the museum.

Kendra Kerksick, 11, and her cousin Casper DeJarnatt, 7, participate in Cashmere Museum’s educational treasure hunt in front of the new Native American fishing exhibit.

Kendra Kerksick, 11, and her cousin Casper DeJarnatt, 7, participate in Cashmere Museum’s educational treasure hunt in front of the new Native American fishing exhibit.

Hans Tonseth, 9 of Waterville, at left and his brother Timothy, 6, bring their goats into the NCW Fairgrounds in Waterville to enter them. The NCW Fair opens Thursday and runs through Sunday.

Hans Tonseth, 9 of Waterville, at left and his brother Timothy, 6, bring their goats into the NCW Fairgrounds in Waterville to enter them. The NCW Fair opens Thursday and runs through Sunday.

Kendra Kerksick, 11, and her cousin Casper DeJarnatt, 7, participate in Cashmere Museum’s educational treasure hunt in front of the new Native American fishing exhibit.

Kendra Kerksick, 11, and her cousin Casper DeJarnatt, 7, participate in Cashmere Museum’s educational treasure hunt in front of the new Native American fishing exhibit.

Steve, left, and Shawn White check out the new Native American Salmon Fishing exhibit at the Cashmere Museum on August 23, 2016.The two were visiting Leavenworth from Tacoma and wanted a break from the bustling tourist crowd. So they headed to Cashemere for a quieter day and stumbled upon the museum.

Steve, left, and Shawn White check out the new Native American Salmon Fishing exhibit at the Cashmere Museum on August 23, 2016.The two were visiting Leavenworth from Tacoma and wanted a break from the bustling tourist crowd. So they headed to Cashemere for a quieter day and stumbled upon the museum.

The 2014 LEAP event, which will take place again Saturday.

The 2014 LEAP event, which will take place again Saturday.

Daniel Genther during a spoken word performance at the 2014 LEAP event. The event is happening again Saturday at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.

Daniel Genther during a spoken word performance at the 2014 LEAP event. The event is happening again Saturday at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.

New York City-based performer Nicole Benoit has orginized the third annual LEAP event, happening Saturday at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.

New York City-based performer Nicole Benoit has orginized the third annual LEAP event, happening Saturday at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.

The 2014 LEAP event, which will take place again Saturday.

The 2014 LEAP event, which will take place again Saturday.