Volunteers in the Community

This article, about the volunteers that run the Waterville Food Bank, is the second in a series that will focus on the efforts of volunteers and their contribution in our community.
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Dinner for veterans Nov. 11 at Coyote Pass Café

For the third year in a row, the Coyote Pass Café will hold a free dinner for veterans and their families on Veterans Day.
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Waterville’s Drug Free Coalition participates in Red Ribbon campaign

The week of Oct. 22-31 was designated as the National Red Ribbon Week, sponsored by the National Family Partnership and recognized through the Waterville Drug Free Coalition.
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Winter clothing giveaway on Oct. 27

The Federated Church in Waterville hosted a winter clothing giveaway on Oct. 27 for everyone in the community. The focus was mainly on winter clothes for children, however, there was plenty of apparel for everyone.
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Waterville/Mansfield falls to ACH

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers took to the road Oct. 26 to play the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors. The Warriors came out on top 60-6. 
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School Meal Menu

Waterville’s menu for Nov. 12-15 Monday: No School – Veterans Day Tuesday: Breakfast will be bagels with cream cheese, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be hot dogs, chili, romaine salad, corn, died tomatoes, peach cup, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast will be breakfast sandwich, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be sloppy joes, oven fries, black beans, celery sticks, oranges,...
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Rusty Relic antiques opens

A new shop has opened up in Waterville at 103 N. Chelan Ave. next to the former location of the Waterville Library. The shop, called Rusty Relic, is owned by Charlene Knox of Bridgeport.
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Shockers play last home game

The night was just right for a good football game up on the plateau. And there was no shortage of good plays and scoring for both the Waterville/Mansfield Shockers and the Yakama Tribal Eagles on Oct. 19.
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Shocker girls conclude season

Waterville/Mansfield held its last volleyball match of the season on Oct. 23 against Manson. The Shockers lost 0-3. The team has shown improvement throughout the season in ball control, set-ups and spiking.
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Cemetery District No. 2, Fire District No. 4 ask for levy increases

There are two local levy measures on this November’s ballot. One is a levy of $0.29 per $1,000 assessed property value for Douglas County Cemetery District No. 2. The other is a levy lid lift of $0.97 per $1,000 assessed property value for Douglas County Fire District No. 4.
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