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Mark Haveman stands inside the loft of the 1905 barn he and wife Mary Key restored with the help of a Cashmere contractor. Pulleys and cables to move hay in the expanse are still operational.

Mark Haveman stands inside the loft of the 1905 barn he and wife Mary Key restored with the help of a Cashmere contractor. Pulleys and cables to move hay in the expanse are still operational.

A pulley and cables are coiled and set aside on the main floor of the Haveman barn.

A pulley and cables are coiled and set aside on the main floor of the Haveman barn.

Mark Haveman stands inside the loft of the 1905 barn he and wife Mary Key restored with the help of a Cashmere contractor. Pulleys and cables to move hay in the expanse are still operational. LEFT: Haveman takes a break between removing floorboards, old straw and manure for barn restoration work to continue in late May.

Mark Haveman stands inside the loft of the 1905 barn he and wife Mary Key restored with the help of a Cashmere contractor. Pulleys and cables to move hay in the expanse are still operational. LEFT: Haveman takes a break between removing floorboards, old straw and manure for barn restoration work to continue in late May.

Mark and Mary Kay Haveman prepare to hoist an American flag in late May near the peak of the 1905 barn they recently restored on the exterior.

Mark and Mary Kay Haveman prepare to hoist an American flag in late May near the peak of the 1905 barn they recently restored on the exterior.

Senior spotlight subject Daniel William O’Brien is seen here with the trio of Wenatchee Valley College students who interviewed him for a class project. The students are (from left to right) Lauren Jagla, Lindsey Ortiz and Grace Warthen.

Senior spotlight subject Daniel William O’Brien is seen here with the trio of Wenatchee Valley College students who interviewed him for a class project. The students are (from left to right) Lauren Jagla, Lindsey Ortiz and Grace Warthen.

From left, Yahoo employees Sean Fitsch and Rafael Chavez, Grant County Fire District 3 Deputy Chief Jim Kling, and Yahoo employee Lisa Karstetter comb a southeast Quincy neighborhood on June 29 as part of the Red Cross campaign to install new smoke alarms and replace batteries in existing alarms in homes in the Quincy-George area.

From left, Yahoo employees Sean Fitsch and Rafael Chavez, Grant County Fire District 3 Deputy Chief Jim Kling, and Yahoo employee Lisa Karstetter comb a southeast Quincy neighborhood on June 29 as part of the Red Cross campaign to install new smoke alarms and replace batteries in existing alarms in homes in the Quincy-George area.

Mike Albee, a Wenatchee resident and longtime Yahoo employee, installs a smoke detector in a home.

Mike Albee, a Wenatchee resident and longtime Yahoo employee, installs a smoke detector in a home.

7/28/2016    World photo/Don Seabrook
Aaron Nikolas, 10, East Wenatchee, takes off on a sprint after sinking a 100-foot golf shot on the eighth hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Thursday. He was taking part in a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into four twosomes who play a game called a scramble. They play from family tees that total about 1,500 yards over nine holes. According to coach Steve Schindele, they hope the league grows next year to include other courses in North Central Washington. For more information, call the local captain, Ed Quick, at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club - 884-7050.

7/28/2016 World photo/Don Seabrook Aaron Nikolas, 10, East Wenatchee, takes off on a sprint after sinking a 100-foot golf shot on the eighth hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Thursday. He was taking part in a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into four twosomes who play a game called a scramble. They play from family tees that total about 1,500 yards over nine holes. According to coach Steve Schindele, they hope the league grows next year to include other courses in North Central Washington. For more information, call the local captain, Ed Quick, at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club - 884-7050.

7/28/2016    World photo/Don Seabrook
Aaron Nikolas, 10, East Wenatchee, right, holes a 100-foot golf shot on the eighth hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Thursday. At right is his playing partner Jaadyn Humphries, 12, Wenatchee. Aaron was taking part in a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into four twosomes who play a game called a scramble. They play from family tees that total about 1,500 yards over nine holes. According to coach Steve Schindele, they hope the league grows next year to include other courses in North Central Washington. For more information, call the local captain, Ed Quick, at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club - 884-7050.

7/28/2016 World photo/Don Seabrook Aaron Nikolas, 10, East Wenatchee, right, holes a 100-foot golf shot on the eighth hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Thursday. At right is his playing partner Jaadyn Humphries, 12, Wenatchee. Aaron was taking part in a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into four twosomes who play a game called a scramble. They play from family tees that total about 1,500 yards over nine holes. According to coach Steve Schindele, they hope the league grows next year to include other courses in North Central Washington. For more information, call the local captain, Ed Quick, at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club - 884-7050.

7/28/2016    World photo/Don Seabrook
Aaron Nikolas, 10, East Wenatchee, right, holes a 100-foot golf shot on the eighth hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Thursday. At right is his playing partner Jaadyn Humphries, 12, Wenatchee. Aaron was taking part in a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into four twosomes who play a game called a scramble. They play from family tees that total about 1,500 yards over nine holes. According to coach Steve Schindele, they hope the league grows next year to include other courses in North Central Washington. For more information, call the local captain, Ed Quick, at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club - 884-7050.

7/28/2016 World photo/Don Seabrook Aaron Nikolas, 10, East Wenatchee, right, holes a 100-foot golf shot on the eighth hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Thursday. At right is his playing partner Jaadyn Humphries, 12, Wenatchee. Aaron was taking part in a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into four twosomes who play a game called a scramble. They play from family tees that total about 1,500 yards over nine holes. According to coach Steve Schindele, they hope the league grows next year to include other courses in North Central Washington. For more information, call the local captain, Ed Quick, at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club - 884-7050.