Community Bulletin for Dec. 27

Leavenworth
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. (e50,51,52)
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 Drive, Icicle Road, 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. (e50,51,52)
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. (e50,51,52)
December Artist Reception
Thursday, Dec. 28 from 6:30-7:30 p.m., the Leavenworth Public Library will host a reception for local artist Suzi Lane whose art is on display in the library’s Fireside Room, to Jan. 12. Suzi had a career in the software business, but now spends her days working in watercolor, pastel and acrylic. Her show at the library will reflect the faces and places of Leavenworth. Come meet Suzi and join us for refreshments. (e51,52)
Leavenworth Women’s Exchange
The Leavenworth Women’s Exchange monthly luncheon meeting is on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at noon at Visconti’s
in Leavenworth. The cost is $15 per person for members and $17 for non-members. Beverage, dessert, tax and gratuity are included. Ron Lodge, WVC Foundation board member, will present a program titled “History of Wenatchee Valley College.” For information and reservations, contact Claire Burlingame at 548-7142 by Saturday, Jan. 6. (e52,1)
Cashmere
Hair of the Dog
On New Year’s Day, there is a fun run/walk/crawl event called Hair of the Dog in Cashmere. A simple 5K course begins and ends and Milepost 111. The Milepost 11 conference rooms will be open with restroom, warm beverages and heat lamps. Bring our dogs on leash, outfitted in retro “70s ski attire. The fun run starts at 11 a.m. Cost is $12 including non perishable food item for the Cashmere Food Bank. Prizes and goofy awards. (er52)
Hello Dolly
Cashmere High School presents their winter musical, Hello Dolly. Performances are Friday, Jan. 26, Saturday, Jan. 27, Thursday, Feb. 1, Friday, Feb. 2, Saturday, Feb. 3. Cost of the tickets is $10 for adults, $7 for students and seniors. Tickets are available at the door. (r52,1)
Regional
Aging and Adult Services Governing Board Meeting
The 2018 meeting schedule for the Columbia River Council of Governments, governing body of Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington, scheduled to meet at 50 Simon Street SE, East Wenatchee, is as follows: Jan. 11; Feb. 8; March 8; April 12; May 10; June 14; July 12; Aug. 9; Sept. 13; Oct. 11; Nov. 8; and Dec. 13. All meetings begin at 1:30 p.m. Grant County Commissioner Cindy Carter is chair of the council, composed of one county commissioner from Adams, Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Lincoln, and Okanogan Counties. (er51,52)
Chelan County Comprehensive Plan Text/Map Amendments Application Deadline
Chelan County is commencing its annual review process for amendments to the Chelan County Comprehensive Plan. Individuals wishing to apply for a Comprehensive Plan text and/or map amendments must submit applications to the Chelan County Department of Community Development by 5 p.m, March 1, 2018. Pre-application meetings are encouraged. Applications are available online at www.co.chelan.wa.us, listed under ‘Forms and Applications’, or applications may be obtained in person at the Chelan County Department of Community Development, 316 Washington Street, Suite 301, Wenatchee, WA 98801 or by phone at 667-6225. (er51,52)

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