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Photo Gallery: Black Friday shopping

Photo Gallery: Black Friday shopping

Shoppers at Hooked on Toys in Wenatchee for the Black Friday sale that started at 7 a.m. According to store owner Tom Kallas they gave away 300 gift cards with a total value of $7000.
Photo Gallery: Turkey Bowl

Photo Gallery: Turkey Bowl

The annual Turkey Bowl event put on by Sage Hills Church on Thanksgiving morning has been going on for over 20 years according to organizer Doug Merrill. Over 100 participants split up into eight teams and play seven 10-minute games then a championship match. The winning team gets to hold a trophy before giving it back to the church until next year.
Photo Gallery: Eastern Washington Paralympic Experience

Photo Gallery: Eastern Washington Paralympic Experience

The Northwest Association for Blind Athletes hosted the Eastern Washington Paralympic Experience in Quincy on Friday. The event gave kindergarten through 12th grade students who are blind or visually impaired the chance to learn to play Goalball, Beep Kickball and Tandem Cycling.
Photo Gallery: Cashmere honors veterans

Photo Gallery: Cashmere honors veterans

The Cashmere School District put on two assemblies and a parade in honor of veterans on Thursday. The celebration started at Vale Elementary school where veterans were honored with musical numbers, followed by a parade to Cashmere High School where a “Pledge of Allegiance,” themed assembly featured student presentations, choral music and guest speaker Mac Bledsoe, a former high school teacher who writes about Parenting with Dignity. After the conclusion of the event a luncheon was held at the Cashmere American Legion for veterans and honored guests.