AFS exchange students in the Walla Walla Valley and Eagle Cap area informed, entertained and expanded horizons with a series of six presentations for AFS host families, guests and volunteers during an international dessert evening Nov. 16, said Darcy Dauble, local AFS Chapter chairwoman.
WALLA WALLA — Parenting Teens Together, a confidential support group for parents of teens, will meet Thursday at Green Park Elementary School, 1105 E. Isaacs Ave. Discussion will begin at 7:30 p.m., with general sharing and resource information.
Christmas is coming! I’ve made the decision to slow it down this holiday season so my family and I can really enjoy Christmas.
There are five children running around the home of Christina and Kevin Magnaghi, ranging from preteen to preschooler.
WALLA WALLA — The Moms’ Network will sponsor a free day, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday at the Walla Walla Children’s Museum, 77 Wainwright Drive.
Place me among those curious about just where that World War II-era McCaw Hospital Reconditioning Camp was, “high in the Blue Mountains.”
WALLA WALLA —Registration is now open for a dog obedience training series that will take place next year. An orientation meeting will be held Jan. 8 at the WSU Extension Office, 328 W. Poplar St.
Alice Johnson, 5104 N. Oak St., Spokane WA 99205, wrote recently hoping to make contact with a family who was in this area in the 1940s with the last name Adams.
The greening of the Walla Walla Valley continues through efforts of Blue Mountain Pheasants Forever Chapter 258 members.
Dear John, My ex-wife wants to change the amount of child support I pay. I have a job that keeps me busy but barely pays the bills. During the summer, I mow lawns to make ends meet. She wants to include this as part of my monthly income. I keep trying to tell her that I have no idea how much I will make, might not be able to do it next year and that it is only for part of the year, anyway. What is right?
Your weatherperson, in the company of his best bi- and quadrupedal friends, is treating himself to a little pre-Christmas break in the breathtakingly beautiful Methow Valley of northern Washington. Tucked into the woods just outside the mountain hamlet of Mazama sits a lovely inn where he and his charges appear to be the only guests. Six inches of pristine snow have placed a soft and silent mantle of white over the landscape, and the only sound outside is the wind occasionally rustling the pine boughs that are laden with their frosty burden.
The union between the YMCA and Community Center for Youth is growing in popularity.
WALLA WALLA — A new start can be a good thing, both for an individual and for an organization. Community Center for Youth, CCY, has partnered with the Walla Walla YMCA. Known now as the YCCY, it’s a brand-new start for the agency that helps give at-risk youth a new start.
Browsing through an old bookshop in the back streets of Bristol, England, I came across a series of books, reprints of old cookery books by historic and well-known food writers from across the globe. One of the books I picked up intrigued me by title alone: “The Campaign for Domestic Happiness,” written by Isabella Beeton.
WALLA WALLA — Olive Marketplace & Cafe, 21 E. Main St. is hosting a holiday cooking series at 5 p.m. on Wednesdays in December.
WALLA WALLA — Home for the Holidays, a weekend of family entertainment, food, music and shopping, will be held Saturday and Sunday at Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N. Sixth Ave.
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