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Sterling Middle School students played tug of war and dunked their teachers and each other in a tank during a fun day at the school Thursday.
Larry Taplett, left, and Al Weitz chat during a break Thursday morning from mowing the lawn at Celebration Lutheran Church on 8th Street Northeast in East Wenatchee.
WENATCHEE — On Friday afternoon, Lily Gilbert, 11, pulled Riel Occhiline, 9; Kayla Shrewsbury, 8; and Jamie Shrewsbury, 1, in a wagon to the Columbia Elementary School’s playground.
Amy Ferrell and her 4-year-old son Jonah walk on the plaza at the Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee this morning. In the PAC, a group of co-workers, family, friends and 300 students from John Newbery Elementary, where Ferrell teaches, were assembled by Macy’s so the company could film footage for the “big reveal” of the Macy’s Million Dollar Challenge. Members of the media were asked to leave the taping and a Macy’s representative said the winner will be announced Tuesday.
Michelle Martinez, 10, of Wenatchee, places a plastic onion in a bowl during a game at the Head Start of Wenatchee family fun night Tuesday evening.
Julie Banken of the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust shows Alison Haug’s fifth-grade students from Columbia Elementary School a beetle during the entomology portion of Wenatchee School District’s annual Shrub-steppe’n Up Saddle Rock outing Tuesday morning.
WENATCHEE — On Saturday, winds are expected to be 5 to 10 mph in the Wenatchee Valley, according to the National Weather Service. But at night gusts could reach 20 mph as sustained wind speeds pick up.
A group of dancers from Dance Creations practice Tuesday night for their Sunday performance on the Apple Blossom stage in Memorial Park. At noon Sunday, 205 students from Dance Creations will take the stage for several performances throughout the hour.
EAST WENATCHEE — Kenroy Elementary School’s AmeriCorp volunteer Lahlani Skipper, student specialist Chrisy Clay and Kenroy teachers raised money and planned and constructed raised beds for a garden at the school. Every student painted rocks and older students helped plant the seed-starts in the raised bed.
Dawne Fidecaro of Cashmere looks at the damage on a 2000 Dodge Durango that she said her mother was riding in. Fidecaro did not provide the name of her mother. Lt. Kandi Patrick, a spokesman for the State Patrol, said a passenger of the Durango suffered minor injuries about 5 p.m. Thursday when the car ran off Highway 97 and landed partly in Peshastin Creek. The accident happened about five miles south of the intersection of Highway 97 and Highway 2. Details about the accident were not available.