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Community Bulletin Board - June 23, 2021

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Leavenworth
UV Cares Family Fun Day this Saturday
Join us for a Free Family Day this Saturday, June 26 from Noon-5 at Lions Club Park. Games, entertainment, hourly drawings, prizes and information on who UV Cares is as a new non-profit organization and other organizations with helpful information. Lions Club Health Van will also be on-site. Volunteers are also needed. Call or email Carol 670-1723 Carol@leavenworthecho.com  
 
Lions Club Community Breakfast this Saturday
We are back!   The Leavenworth Lions Club is extremely excited about resuming our Community Breakfasts in the Park. Beginning Saturday, June 26, we will be cooking up breakfasts from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. every 2nd and 4th Saturday into early October.
We are hoping to see many old friends and new friends come out to and enjoy a hearty all you can eat breakfast and fellowship. Dollars raised through the breakfasts funds Lions' initiatives for helping our local community; vision, hearing, diabetes and many more needs.    
We are pleased to have the Lions Health Screening Unit available on June 26th for free health screening. The 62-foot-long, medically-equipped Lions Health Screening Unit (LHSU) travels throughout Washington and Northern Idaho to give free health screenings at schools, fairs, and other public events. Checking for glaucoma, diabetes, high blood pressure, and sight and hearing loss is key to interventions in potentially life-threatening health problems. The van will be available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.   
 
Leavenworth Notice:
Residents may see a helicopter flying low and slowly along transmission lines June 24-28, depending on weather conditions. The flight will follow power lines from Anderson Canyon in Peshastin to the top of Stevens Pass, and from Coles Corner to Lake Wenatchee and Plain.
The flight crew will use Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology to collect high-definition information about the lines and equipment, and to identify areas to trim back trees and vegetation away from the lines. The contractor will follow all guidelines established by the Federal Aviation Administration, and the aircraft will be operated by pilots specially trained for low-level flying.
 
"Poetry for Everyone" hosted by Write on the River
Write on the River presents "Poetry for Everyone" with Holy Thorpe at 9 a.m. on June 26. Register for the event at writeontheriver.org. The webinar is $15 for Write on the River members and $30 for non-members.  The workshop involves a casual introduction to writing poetry for pleasure. 
 
Natural Plant Dying Class
 A class on dying fabric with a natural plant dying technique called hapazome is being hosted by the Wenatchee River Institute on July 28 from 4:30-6 p.m. The cost is $30 for non-members an $25 for members. To register, go to the WRI website at https://wenatcheeriverinstitute.org/
 
Leavenworth Rotary Local Grants
Leavenworth Rotary will fund local non-profit  501-C-3 organizations. If  you would like to apply for grant funding, please go to LeavenworthRotary.com and download the application located in the lower left of the front page of the website. Please fill out and send in the application to Leavenworth Rotary Club, (Attn: Grants), PO Box 532, Leavenworth, WA. 98826 Grant applicants will be given notice by July 1. 
 
Leavenworth Farmers Market 
Now open at 4-7 p.m.,  every Thursday at 330 Evans St. in the play field next to the Tennis Courts. EBT and PEPT cards accepted.
 

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