Easter egg hunt on March 25

EAST WENATCHEE — The City of East Wenatchee and Fred Meyer are hosting a community Easter egg hunt March 25 at Eastmont Community Park for kids up to age 10. The park is located at 255 N. Georgia Ave. The event begins at 2 p.m. and will go until 4 p.m. or when the eggs run out, whichever comes first. Tickets cost $1 each, and each ticket is good for seven eggs in one of four age groups and a...
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Lutheran church hosts soup suppers

At Waterville’s United Lutheran Church, soup suppers are a cornerstone of the Lenten season. The first of five Wednesday night soup suppers was held at the church Feb. 21.
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Altar Society hosts pancake supper

The Altar Society of St. Joseph Catholic Church hosted its annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper Feb. 13 at the church.
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Waterville churches celebrate the Lenten season

In addition to being Valentine’s Day, this year Feb. 14 is also Ash Wednesday, which ushers in the traditional Christian season of fasting and penance known as Lent.
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Multicultural Festival to be held Jan. 13

WENATCHEE — This year’s Multicultural and Martin Luther King Jr. Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 13 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center, 127 S. Mission St. The event, a celebration of community diversity, will include performances, cultural displays, food, crafts and more. Hands-on activities will be available for kids. The festival is free and open to the...
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Food bank serves those in need

Waterville Food Bank Director Cathy Peirolo was at first a bit nervous that 75 children in Waterville needed Christmas gifts this year. She didn’t end up having anything to worry about.
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Christmas in Mansfield

Mansfield residents were filled with the holiday spirit this season. The school celebrated by hosting a book fair, a holiday concert and a visit from Santa; and churches held candlelight services.
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Students present holiday concert

Waterville Elementary School students in kindergarten through fifth grade held their annual Christmas concert on Dec. 19. Each class sang two songs for the program.
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Singers unite for community cantata

The long-standing Waterville tradition of a community Christmas program was brought back this year with the cantata “A Blest Messiah Born” performed on Dec. 17.
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Waterville in the holiday spirit

Waterville Chamber of Commerce members drove around town the evening of Dec. 15 to view Christmas lights and award prizes for some of the best.
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