With $25,000 up for grabs, competition is fierce. That’s why Walla Walla Police Department employees and Just Us Girls Sharing members want your votes. Repeatedly.
They’re going for the win in the national Pink Glove dance competition with a meaningful, moving video. The video with the most votes will come away with the top prize of $25,000. Voting started on Oct. 25 and ends Monday. Proceeds support cancer patients.
“If our video wins, the prize money will go to assist breast cancer patients undergoing treatment at Providence St. Mary Regional Cancer Center,” said Officer Tim Bennett in a release. Each person may vote once per day per email address.
Attorney Mona Geidl will speak on senior estate planning, wills and other items of interest to retirees during the Washington State School Retirees Association meeting at noon Monday in the Walla Walla School District Board Room, 364 S. Park St. The price of lunch is $7 and reservations are required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
James Knobbs, an archaeologist with Northwest Anthropology LLC, will talk about “Meshing with the Past: Investigations into the Prevalence of Archaeological Fish Bone at Upper Pittsburg Landing, Idaho,” at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Fort Walla Walla Museum Grand Hall, 755 Myra Road.
Results of a 1991 archaeological investigation at Upper Pittsburg Landing suggested some prehistoric Native American tribes living in the area were not taking advantage of fish species such as salmon and trout.
Given fish in the region were major sources of food for prehistoric people, these results appear to be questionable.
The presentation explores archaeological methods to understand how the results of this investigation might have been different had better collection methods, specifically finer screen sizes, been utilized.
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