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Showing 20 articles from May 4, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

5K for Caleb Committee Extends Gratitude

 

To the Editor:

 

Thank you for your generous contribution to the 5K for Caleb Run/

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WHH - Community

New events planned for Labor Day celebration

There are some exciting changes in store for the Come & Play on Labor Day celebration this year.  New co-chairs are Candy Earls and Tracy Flynn; both are South Bend residents and longtime committee members. The theme for 2013’s event is Beach Balls & BBQ.

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NQGC preparing Mother’s Day gifts
Photo by Steve Rogers The NQGC will have plants and Mother’s Day gifts on sale starting at $1.
NQGC preparing Mother’s Day gifts
N.Q. (Nob and Quality Hills) Garden Club is gearing up for their annual Plant and Gardening Sale to be held on Highway 101 at the Canary Cottages this year.  Current president Cathy Brown announced that the hours would be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or until everything is gone! That’s the day before Mother’s Day, Saturday, May 11. 
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WHH - Education

Dykes garners state award
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Dykes garners state award

By KAITLYNN HAGER

Raymond High School senior Hannah Dykes received a W.I. A. A. State Athlete of the Week Award for the week of April 7-13.

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Several scholarships offered

The Grays Harbor College Foundation will award approximately 240 scholarships for the coming school year, totaling more than $450,000 donated by generous individuals and businesses connected to the Twin Harbors. Both the deserving students and their donors will be recognized at the college’s annual awards event on Tuesday, May 21, at the Bishop Center.

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Willapa Harbor Lions Club     Student of the Month
morgan walker
Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month

Morgan Walker

Willapa Valley HS

 

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

Exciting Changes for Labor Day Celebration

To the Editor:

There are some exciting changes in store for the Come & Play on Labor Day celebration this year.

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Many Thanks for Supporting Save our Pits

To the Editor:

 

On behalf of the Willapa Valley Track program, I would like to thank all of people who attended, donated to, volunteered, and/or worked at our “Save Our Pits”

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Support Boys and Girls State Programs

 

To the Editor:

 

American Legion Raymond Post 150 is a proud co-sponsor of high school junior year boys that will attend the annual Boys State Program. Also, Post 150 Auxiliary co-sponsors high school junior girls attending the Girls State program. Both programs take place in Ellensburg in June.

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WHH - Local News

Harbor’s Home Health and Hospice

By KAITLYNN HAGER

Harbor’s Home Health and Hospice is the local branch of a national service offered to those in need of in home care. They aim to make the elderly more comfortable and independent in their homes as well as offering education and assistance to people with illnesses or wounds that alter their everyday lives. The staff within H.H.H.& H go into client’s homes to provide a more personal care service. 

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WHH - Sports

T&F-Girls results at Ilwaco 4-30-13
Varsity - Womens
1. Willapa Valley WILV 133
2. South Bend SBND 128
3. Raymond RAYM 114
4. Ilwaco ILWA 63
5. Wahkiakum WAHK 61
6. Naselle NASE 18
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TF-Boys results at North Beach 5-2-13
Mens
1. North Beach NBCH 73
2. NW Christian-Lacey NWCL 64
3. South Bend SBND 62
4. Taholah THLA 34
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TF-Girls results at North Beach 5-2-13
Womens
1. South Bend SBND 80
2. North Beach NBCH 65
3. NW Christian-Lacey NWCL 44
4. Taholah THLA 24
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WHH - Dining

“Notes on the River” this Saturday
The Willapa River Lions and Raymond Elk’s Lodge
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Salad Luncheon today
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WHH - Politics

Board of Pacific County Commissioners Community Forum
The Board of Pacific County Commissioners will conduct a Community Forum
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WHH - Photos + Videos

Community donation
Collen Nissell presents a check in the amount of $6,100 to Jerry Doyle, whose son, Caleb, suffered third degree burns in a fire accident. The money was raised during a 5 K fundraiser for the Doyle family.
Community donation
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Prom Royalty
The three local high schools celebrated prom night at the Community Center in South Bend. In front are Princess Alex Gilbert, Queen Myranda Curtis, Queen Abby Smaciarz, Prince Dominic DeLong, Princess Bree Church, Queen Alexis Hood, and Princess Kessa Wil
Prom Royalty
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Seeds from Blue Jeans
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