Community Bulletin for Dec. 13

 

Leavenworth

Icicle Valley Trout Unlimited

Come hear Doug Pendleton, owner of Northwest Fly Fishing Academy, share his experiences and photos of his fly fishing adventures at the Tsiu River Lodge in Alaska. Learn about the rods, rigs, lines, knots, patterns and flies that he found to be the most effective for silver salmon. Doug will have examples of his most successful flies and he will share his theory of why they were effective. Wednesday, Dec. 13, 6 p.m. at Lake Wenatchee Room at Icicle Village Resort. Questions? e-mail Iciclevalleytu@gmail.com. (e49,50)

Cascade Football/Hockey Fundraiser

The Cascade High School football team is teaming with the Wenatchee Wild to sell tickets to help raise money for new uniforms. There is a link on the school district website (cascadesd.org) where you can buy tickets to the Jan. 19 game at 7:05 p.m. at the Town Toyota Center. It is called Pucks ‘N Paws, where you’ll find $1 beer, pop and hot dogs. The money raised from these tickets will go towards new uniforms for next season. Call 548-5277. (e50,51)

Cascade Football Christmas Tree Fundraiser

Members of the Cascade High School Football team will be in the area on Jan. 1, starting at 11 a.m., picking up Christmas trees. Please have your tree in your front yard with a recommended donation of $10 attached. Make sure your tree is visible from the street. The team will be in the city limits, also including Ski Hill, Icicle, East Leavenworth Road and North Road. All funds raised will go to help purchase new uniforms for the  Cascade High School Football Team. Please call, text or e-mail your address to; 509-679-3367 or reinhartangela@yahoo.com to ensure you get added to the list. (e50,51)

Museum seeks photos

The Upper Valley Museum is looking for pictures of Leavenworth before the conversion over to the Bavarian theme. They are trying to put a historical display together for presentation during the Christmas season. The pictures would have been taken prior to 1963. Send to Upper Valley Museum, Leavenworth, WA  in care of Max Reister. Call 548-0728. (e50,51)

Book-IT Repertory Theatre

Book-It Repertory Theatre of Seattle will perform Ada’s Violin — the true story about the Recycled Orchestra from Paraguay is coming to the Leavenworth Library at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 27. The free performance is based on the children’s book by Susan Hood, which tells the story of Ada Ríos growing up in a slum outside of Asunción, Paraguay. With instruments built entirely from recycled garbage, the now-world-famous Recycled Orchestra plays venues around the world spreading their message of hope and innovation. Presented in English and Spanish. (e50,51)

Cashmere

Santa Storytime

Guess who is coming to the Cashmere Library? That Jolly Old Soul, Santa. Following a special Christmas Storytime, Santa will come and all good boys and girls can visit with him and take a candy cane home. Parents are welcome to take pictures with Santa. Wednesday, Dec. 13, 10 a.m. At the Cashmere Library, 300 Woodring St.

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Brighten A Child’s Christmas

Wacoka Kiwanis and the Cashmere Food Bank are teaming up to provide Christmas assistance to families in need from the Greater Cashmere/Monitor area. We are seeking donations of toys, games, books, clothing and gloves for all ages, new or very gently used. Collection boxes for gifts and/or nonperishable food items for the Food Bank are located within area businesses. Monetary donations can be sent to Wacoka Kiwanis Club. PO Box 48, Cashmere, WA 98815. Saturday Dec. 16, 1-4 p.m., families can come to United Methodist Church on Division St., Cashmere to receive a box of food and choose a gift for their children. Proof of residence is required. Contact Pam at 782-4262. (er50)

Regional

Chelan County Comprehensive Plan & Development Regulations 

Chelan County is seeking public comment and interactive discussion between the County Commissioners and the public on proposed changes to the Chelan County Comprehensive Plan & Development Regulations. The County Commissioners hosted several workshops in November and early December, and the Public Hearing to review and consider adoption of the Chelan County Comprehensive Plan Update and Development Regulations is December 19, at 10 a.m. at the Chelan County Department of Community Development, 316 Washington St., Suite 301. 667-6856. (er50)

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