What better way to celebrate reaching one’s 100th year than to get together with loved ones? The George Woodrow Abenroth clan partied with the centenarian during the summer, said daughter-in-law Rebecca Abenroth.
Tickets are still available for Walla Walla’s Grand Victorian Ball Saturday. Participant Dan Clark said a wonderful evening is in store for participants as well a morning dance workshop for interested parties.
All a body had to do was drive through, proffer an arm and the first 600 flu shots were free — one per customer that is.
The deadline for collecting Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes is rapidly approaching, said Fay Tolley Smith, media coordinator.
Prolific artist and former Walla Wallan W.B. “Barry” Fontenot’s latest mural is a commentary on problems caused by how pervasive the use of technology is.
Peggy Humphreys, a genealogist with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will speak to members of the National Active and Retired Federal Employee Association Chapter 0237 at their 1 p.m. Nov. 7 monthly meeting, in the Golden West Estates office, 1425 Jasper St.
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.
The Feats of Strength fundraiser sponsored by Pioneer Middle School Leadership Class students and their teacher, Chris Plucker, brought in $10,000 without sales, according to an item in the Walla Walla Public Schools Week in Review online newsletter.
Eleven Walla Walla students are earning money to pay their way for a two-week international dance competition and tour in Europe in summer 2014, according to Heidi Dobson in a release.
An update on the success of the Blue Mountain Heart to Heart Dinner for Friends with Friends came by way of the fall Heartbeat newsletter.
Walla Walla High School’s Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadet of the Month winner for October is Pvt. Adam Grau, who excelled in his answers and uniform appearance, according to Lt. Col. Bill Bialozor, senior Army instructor. Adam was promoted immediately to cadet private 1st class for his achievement.
A service group at Walla Walla High School is preparing for its annual Trunk-or-Treat event from 5:30-7 p.m. Oct. 31 in the Wa-Hi parking lot.
Lincoln High School students invented resilience board games, which will be featured during the family oriented Walla Walla Community Resilience Festival Friday.
A chance meeting with a choreographer from Los Angeles has led to the opportunity for local students.
Dig around deep enough in the roots of your family tree and maybe you’ll find a horse thief, said a wry Bruce McCaw of Touchet.
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