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Don Seabrook | June's best photos

Editor’s note: At the beginning of every month, Wenatchee World Photo Editor Don Seabrook reflects on his best photos published the previous month.


Jenna Dixon, Waterville Cemetery Commissioner and fiancee' to Jim Danielson, hauls fencing at the Farmer Cemetery Wednesday, May 25. The infant grave at right is for relatives of Danielson - Fred and Pauline Oberstadt. Even though this is the only connection to Danielson in the cemetery, he has devoted his time to care for the entire cemetery, following up on a promise he made to his father John Danielson. Published June 18, 2022.


Fourth-graders from Washington Elementary School look down on other students from a skylight — through a circling salmon mobile — at the new Discovery Center at Rocky Reach Dam just north of Wenatchee during the River of Power field trip in May.


Cascade Elementary School kindergartener Sawyer Pieczynski, 6, walks with his class through rows of Eastmont seniors in their own graduation parade Wednesday, June 1. Eastmont graduates walked through each school in the district during their traditional parade. 


Scooters weren't the only thing to ride during Wenatchee High School's graduate's annual parade Friday, June 3, although Chloe Johnson's horse Pokie was the only animal present. Starting from the St. Joseph Catholic Church parking lot, the graduating seniors rode about a mile to the school where they dropped off their rides and walked through the school for the last time.


Local Velocity Swimming Club swimmer Benat Escure endures slipped goggles in his 12 and under, 200 meter race Friday, June 3. The Apple Capital Open kicked off Friday morning and will last through Sunday bringing 800 registered youth from all over the state of Washington. If Escure would have adjusted his goggles the rules say he would have been disqualified from the race.


Wenatchee AppleSox's Brandham Ponce, right, is congratulated at home plate after hitting a grand slam home run in the second inning of the team's first win of the season against the Port Angeles Lefties Monday night, June 6. The Sox won their first home game 16-2.


Wenatchee's Carson Lydon tries to get to a foul ball but is unable during the Wenatchee AppleSox's first home game of the season. The other first was a win, 16-2, against the Port Angeles Lefties Monday night, June 6.


Eastmont School District elementary children are spending a few hours in the final two weeks of the school year enjoying Field Day activities, including tug-of-war at Clovis Elementary School on Tuesday, June 7. This has been the first year that Clovis changed from an intermediate school to an elementary school.


Owners and their dogs from left, Sue Edick with Cubby, Linda Hessel with Gigi, and Ellie Russell with Milly wait their turn at scent training in an East Wenatchee orchard Monday, June 13. From the Wenatchee Kennel Club, they are working to scent train to detect the fast moving Little Cherry disease in orchards.


Sue Edick's dog Cubby finds a bag of foliage from a cherry tree with Little Cherry Disease planted in an East Wenatchee orchard during training exercises Monday, June 13. A group of dogs and owners from the Wenatchee Kennel Club are working to scent train to detect the fast moving disease in orchards.


Shelby, owned by Judy Johnson, points out a canister it thinks has foliage from a diseased tree during a test at the Wenatchee Kennel Club Monday, June 13. One of six canisters had the diseased tree scent, the others didn't.


All eyes look to the basket to see if May Bishop, 8, makes her shot as children attend a basketball camp run by Wenatchee High School boys coach Robin Kansky Tuesday, June 21. Kansky said about 90 youth are participating in the three-day event. 


Taylor Babst, 11, East Wenatchee, reacts to a missed putt on the 15th hole at Three Lakes Golf Course during the Washington Junior Golf Association's sub-district tournament Tuesday, June 28. Babst, playing in her first tournament, shot a 64 over nine holes, qualifying for the district tournament later this summer.


The owner of a vehicle at right watches as stair railing is cut away from her car Tuesday, June 28, on the Chelan County Courthouse steps facing Orondo Street. The unoccupied car apparently rolled from the parking lot of the Plaza Super Jet grocery store, glanced off the Real Options Pregnancy Medical Clinic, crossed Orondo Street, and came to rest on the steps and railing. No one was injured in the accident.

Don Seabrook: (509)661-5225

Photo Editor

I was born in Wenatchee, went to Eastmont High School, graduated from the University of Washington with a communications degree in journalism. I have a wife and three children.

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