Community Bulletin for Oct. 11



Needy Animal Fund Fundraiser

The Needy Animal Fund is a nonprofit organization that assists people who meet the criteria of the Fund with emergency medical costs for their pets. We’re having a fundraiser sale at the fire station on Chumstick Highway on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have items to donate for the sale please call Kathy 670-3421 or Jennifer 548-6382 to arrange pickup or a drop off site. Donation receipts are available. (e41,42)

Searching for Wild Salmon from River to Table

Langdon Cook goes in search of the salmon in “Upstream,” his timely and in-depth look at how these beloved fish have nourished humankind through the ages and why their destiny is so closely tied to our own. Cook journeys up and down salmon country, from the glacial rivers of Alaska to the rainforests of the Pacific Northwest to California’s drought-stricken Central Valley and a wealth of places in between. Wednesday, Oct. 11, 7 p.m. at The Barn @ Barn Beach Reserve, 347 Division St. (e41)

Kids Coat Drive

Captain Bly’s Educational Foundation is sponsoring a coat drive for kids Oct. 16-27. All types kids winter clothing will be collected at the Cascade School District administrative office including gloves, hats, boots, scarves and coats. Youth and adult sized clothing in good condition will be accepted for distribution to students in need at PD Elementary, Osborn Elementary, Beaver Valley School, and Icicle River Middle School. The administrative office is located at 330 Evans St. (e41,41)


Used Book Sale

There will be a used book sale at the Cashmere Library, 300 Woodring Avenue from Oct. 12-14. Hours are Thursday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. All proceeds will support the reading programs and storytimes, etc. at the library. Sponsored by Friends of the Cashmere Library. (er40,41)


Chelan Community Choir Christmas Cantata

Steve Sturtz is coming out of retirement to direct the Christmas selections from Handel’s Messiah in celebration of his 75th birthday. Sturtz was the music director at Chelan High School for many years. Rehearsals will be held at North Shore Bible Church, Manson on Sundays 1-3 p.m., starting Oct. 15. If you are interested and need music, please call Marci at 687-3791. Practice CD’s will be available. Performances are Friday evening, Dec. 1 and Saturday afternoon, Dec. 2. Dress rehearsal, Wednesday, Nov. 29, times TBA. (er40,41)

October is Mediation Month in Chelan County 

The Dispute Resolution Center is offering the Washington Mediation Association approved 40-hour Basic Mediation Training course. The course, which teaches conflict dynamics, communication skills, and the mediation process, will help address conflict and its resolution in your workplace, your home, or in your community. Trainees who complete the Basic course are also eligible to begin a mediation practicum to become a certified mediator. October 13-15 and October 27-29, includes both weekends, 5-9 p.m. on Fridays and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays & Sundays at Wenatchee World, 14 North Mission Ave, Wenatchee. Contact the Center at 509-888-0957 or by email at (er41,42)

Voters Guide Online

Information provide by candidates running for local offices can be found in the Chelan County Voters’ Guide Online. The Washington State General Election Nov. 7 Phamplet which comes in the mail, does not carry local candidate information. The Voters’ Guide Online can be found at (er41,42)



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