Veterans officer offers support

Sarah Simonson was hired by the county at the beginning of the year to serve in the new position of Veterans Service Officer. She will be assisting local veterans in navigating the Veterans Administration health care and benefits systems.
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Presentation looks to philosophy as a resource for stewardship

Brian Henning, professor of philosophy and environmental studies at Gonzaga University, was at Waterville Library March 8 to present the topic “Heating Up: The Ethics of Climate Change.” The presentation is part of Humanities Washington’s Speakers Bureau program and was sponsored by the North Central Regional Library  system.
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Report

Incidents reported from March 8-14
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Marriage Licenses

Issued in Douglas County Alan Robert Hunter, 71, of East Wenatchee, and Charlotte Vritace Kegley, 68, of Vancouver Issued in Chelan County Michael Thomas Hogan, 54, and Christina Louise Martin Delcampo, 48, both of East Wenatchee Noah Harrison King, 21, and Natasha Ann La Vaughn Jensen, 24, both of East Wenatchee Anthony Peter Allen, 32, and Tricia Andrine Williams, 33, both of East...
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Nonprofit organizations offer information on their programs

WENATCHEE — Looking for a nonprofit that could use your volunteer time, energy and knowledge? The fifth annual Nonprofit Day will be held March 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pybus Market in the main concourse and the LocalTel Event Center. Representatives from over 50 nonprofit organizations will be on hand with information about their programs and purposes. The event is presented by the Pybus...
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‘Night at the Museum’ to showcase area’s best

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center will host its annual “Night at the Museum” from 6 to 9 p.m. March 23. The museum is located at 127 S. Mission St. The fundraising event will showcase the best of this region with gourmet foods; award-winning wines; great beers, ciders and distilled spirits; and fun music. Tickets are $50 for museum members and $60 for...
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ESL offers learning and friendship

During English as a Second Language (ESL) afternoon classes in Chelan, a teacher and his or her students study and share their lives. You will hear conversation and laughter, and observe diligent study, sometimes heartfelt hugs.
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Prom dress giveaway March 23-24

WENATCHEE — The Women’s Service League of North Central Washington will hold its annual Prom Dress Giveaway March 23-24. The two-day event will be held at the former location of Hastings at 315 Ninth St. in Wenatchee, across from Confluence Health. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. The event is free and open to all high school girls with current student...
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Jordan Circus brings family fun to TTC

WENATCHEE — The Jordan World Circus brings a collection of artists and animals from around the world to the Town Toyota Center March 23-24. Four shows of family fun will be offered at 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday and 1 and 5 p.m. Sunday, and will include aerialists, acrobats, clowns, tigers and elephants. Tickets are $9 to $30 and are available through eventbrite.com through March 23, and at the...
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Summer jobs for teens with the Ecology Youth Corps

NCW — This summer teenagers throughout the state will hit the road to pick up litter and protect the environment with the Ecology Youth Corps. Applications are being accepted for teens for summer EYC work. Applicants must be ages 14-17 as of July 1. Those chosen will typically work up to 32 hours a week Monday through Thursday on one of six crews. There are two four-week sessions available....
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