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Leavenworth Library Events:

Leavenworth Friends of the Library

We will be accepting book donations on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month from 10-11 a.m. Bring you donations to the green buildings at the back of the Mountain View Cemetery on Icicle Road. We cannot accept magazines, encyclopedias,  textbooks or outdated manuals. Questions call 509-548-7018.

Crafternoons at the Library

Join us for arts and crafts at the Leavenworth and Peshastin Libraries. All ages welcome Tuesdays, 3:30-5 p.m., 509-548-7923 or Peshastin, 509- 548-7821. Remember to get a Library parking pass from the library to park in the designated parking spaces.

Heads up: Annual transmission line inspections start this week

Residents may see a helicopter flying low and slowly over high-voltage power lines starting Thursday, June 23. That’s a routine inspection conducted annually over Chelan PUD’s 330 miles of transmission lines – from Stevens Pass to Wenatchee, Palisades to Manson. The inspection flights will continue over the next couple of weeks, depending on weather conditions. Contact: Neil Neroutsos, 509-661-8291

Cashmere

Cashmere Community Vacation Bible School 

VBS will be on July 11 through 15, from 9-11:30 a.m., at the Cashmere Presbyterian Church for ages 4 - grade 6 and 7-8:30 p.m. for grades 6 -12. Contact Linda Colby, 509-669-8425 lcolby1513@nwi.net for more information.

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Heads up: Annual transmission line inspections start this week

Residents may see a helicopter flying low and slowly over high-voltage power lines starting Thursday, June 23. That’s a routine inspection conducted annually over Chelan PUD’s 330 miles of transmission lines – from Stevens Pass to Wenatchee, Palisades to Manson. The inspection flights will continue over the next couple of weeks, depending on weather conditions. Contact: Neil Neroutsos, 509-661-8291

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