Three-year-old Lincoln Greenfield and his grandma, Sharon Jurgens, took advantage of a recent sunny Saturday by taking a walk through the sculpture garden at Riverfront Park. Here, she caught Lincoln giving the turtle sculpture a little kiss. He is the son of John and Alexis Greenfield of Wenatchee.
GRAND MOUND — Five students from the Jobs for Washington’s Graduates Association (JWG) of Wenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center earned 12 awards at a JWG Student Leadership conference held March 5 in Grand Mound.
WENATCHEE — Plaza Super Jet store customers raised $3,390 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association through the purchase of shamrocks in February and early March. This was nearly twice the amount raised at the store last year for MDA.
BELLEVUE — Forty-four Wenatchee High School DECA students competed at the State Career Development Conference, held March 6-8 at the Bellevue Meydenbauer Center. More than 3,600 high school students competed for a chance to qualify to the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Atlanta by placing in the top seven out of 70 in their competitive event. Wenatchee earned 13 qualifying spots to ICDC in May: