Dayton High seniors to present projects Wednesday
DAYTON - The members of the Dayton High School class of 2010 will present their senior projects Wednesday at several downtown locations.
The presentations start at 5:30 p.m. and will continue at 20-minute intervals.
The projects were completed by students as part of their graduation requirements.
Presentations will take place at Croft's Florist, Dingles, Jacci's Yarn Basket, Patit Valley Products, the Dayton Depot, the Weinhard Hotel and the Wenaha Gallery.
Projects include designing a disk golf course for the city park, teaching Spanish to elementary school children and fundraising for the Relay for Life and the Dayton Farmer's Market.
A complete schedule of presentations is available at www.dayton.wednet.edu, at the presentation sites and at the Dayton Chamber of Commerce.
Child Find Service planned
for May 19 in Touchet
TOUCHET _ An Early Intervention Child Find Service will be held May 19 in the Touchet School Multipurpose Room from 9 a.m.-noon.
The screening is for children between the ages of birth to 5 years of age. Purpose of the screening is to help identify any areas of concern, such as physical development, including vision and hearing, communications, adaptive, social or emotional, and cognitive development.
The screening process and assessments results will be done in the child's native language.
Parents or guardians who may have a concern about their child's development, or who is in need of early intervention services may contact Elissa Tinder or Dana Dunning at 394-2352 for more information.
The screening is conducted in cooperation with the state Department of Social and Health Services.
County Conservation District board to hold special meeting
WALLA WALLA - The Walla Walla County Conservation District board will hold a special meeting Monday.
The board will meet at 3 p.m. at the conservation district office conference room, 325 N. 13th Ave., in Walla Walla.
Items on the agenda include discussion of the Walla Walla Basin Watershed Management Partnership activities and a discussion of the draft of an analysis of concerns of public interest for the Bergevin Williams-Old Lowden Ditch Consolidation Project.
From Union-Bulletin staff and wire reports.