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Community news October 20, 2021

Make a Difference Day Clean up 
Camp Zanika Lache is Saturday, October 23, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. We are in need of volunteers that can help us out away summer program areas and get camp ready for the winter. We have lots to do, put away waterfront, take down wall tents,gather and burn debris, rake leaves, fix cabin doors, plumbing, and much more. Please bring your gloves, rakes, chainsaws, loppers and any tools you think will come in handy. Lunch will be provided along with coffee in the morning. Join us for dinner and breakfast if you spend Saturday night with us.Lodging is available for anyone who would like to come up and spend the night on Friday and/or Saturday night.
The Greater Leavenworth Museum 
On October 23, The Greater Leavenworth Museum invites you to the " Rake the Autumn Leaves" event at the old Leavenworth North Road Cemetery from 10-noon.
A hosted picnic lunch will follow. We encourage you to bring gardening gloves, rakes and gardening tools. For more information contact us at
Upper Valley Empty Bowls Volunteers Needed
Come be a part of this amazing yearly event, which raises food for Leavenworth's Community Cupboard Food Bank. What a great cause. Volunteers are needed for a variety of positions. First meeting is Wednesday, November 3. For more information, contact
Light the Night Carnival Returns 
The Nazarene Church in Leavenworth is once again holding the free Light the Night Community Carnival at 111 Ski Hill Drive on Sunday, October 31 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.  Free fun for the entire family including hot dogs, candy, popcorn, hot apple cider, music, games and the fire truck. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Costumes welcome. For information call the church office at 548.5292.
NCW Libraries 
Is partnering with Humanities Washington to offer the live, virtual program Diamonds in the Rough: The Gentrification of Rural Washington.The free program will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 2 and held on the Zoom platform. Register for this event at Click on News & Events and find it on the events calendar. A Zoom link will be sent by email.
Jennifer Sherman, professor of sociology at Washington State University, will discuss the glaring and hidden effects of rapid change in Washington’s rural communities. 


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