Manson Parks Public Forum Nov 4
- Written by Wai Peterson
Join us for a Public Forum
November 4th, 2015
Grange Hall, Manson
Manson Parks has been working with our local architect, Larry Hibbard in planning Downtown Manson Waterfront and Park Improvements. We would like to show you what has been discussed and need to hear from you and get your input!
Manson Parks Regular Board Meeting 10-8-15
- Written by Wai Peterson
Regular Board Meeting
142 Pedoi St., Bumgarner Building, October 8th, 2015, 4:10pm
I. Call to Order
II. Flag Salute
III. Agenda Deletions and Additions
IV. Public Comment/Questions
V. Approval of Minutes
a. Minutes of the September 10th, 2015 Regular Meeting
VI. Financial Review
a. Review Monthly Financial Reports
b. Review and Approve Monthly Voucher
VII. Old Business
a. Public Access Areas
b. Boat Club
c. Director’s Report
d. Park Improvements
VIII. New Business
a. Commercial Vendors
b. 2016 Budget
Next Regular Meeting: November 12th, 2015 at 4:10pm, 142 Pedoi St., Bumgarner Building
NCW Hispanic COC 15th Annual Scholarship Banquet in Wenatchee
The North Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has the honor of inviting you to Join us for our 15th Annual Scholarship Banquet to gather funds for the scholarships that are given to local students annually.
On Friday June 19th from 5pm to 9pm at the Senior Center on 1312 Maple St. in Wenatchee WA.
There will be dinner, drinks and live entertainment from Mariachi "Estrellas De Oro". And a silent auction.
For more information , regarding Sponsorship or Tickets please call Lorena at 670-8575 …. Area 509 670—8575
La Camara Hispana de Comercio de Norte Central Washington, le invita a su decimo quinta Cena de Gala para reunir fondos para becas que se daran a estudiantes locales.
El evento sera este Viernes 19 de Junio de 5pm a 9pm en el Senior Center del 1312 Calle Maple St. en Wenatchee, WA
Habra cena, bebidas y entretenimiento en vivo con “Mariachi Estrellas de Oro” ademas de una subasta en silencio. Para informacion de patrocinios, boletos o mesas llamar a Lorena 670 –8575 area 509 670-8575.
Buckner orchard Update 5-5-15
- Written by Herb Sargo
- Annual Meeting May 11
- Great News!
- Buckner House Renovation
- Membership Renewal - Is your's in?
- Election of officers and board members
- Financial Report
- Orchard Report
- Review of 2014 Activities
- Interpretative Activities Review
- Projects - Review and Funding
- Goals Report and Adoption
- Budget Adoption and Project Funding for 2015
Manson School Board Selects 2015 Blue and White Excellence Award Winners
- Written by Janice Stewart
The Manson School District Board of Directors announced the 2015 Blue and White Excellence Awards winners at its March board meeting. Nominations were submitted by staff, students, and community members. Award recipients were: English Language Development Coordinator/ELA Teacher, Katie Sperling and Manson School Bus Driver, Lynn Chamberlain.
The Manson School District Board of Directors will officially recognize the award winners at its regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday, April 27 at 6:00p.m. in the elementary library.
The recipients will also be recognized on May 5 in Wenatchee at the Convention Center at the annual North Central Educational Service District’s Excellence Awards Banquet.
A big congratulations to other nominees: Addie Velasco, Kim Williams, Jane Pratt, Kevin Sanford, Amy Anderson, and Janine Sanford.
|Katie Sperling - A nominator shared, “She is truly an advocate for all students, has vast literacy knowledge (both English and Spanish readers) and works tirelessly to support staff on a daily basis. I am proud to work alongside her and she energizes and inspires me by the work she is doing district-wide.”|
|Lynn Chamberlain - A nominator shared, “She has an excellent driving record and is appreciated by her riders/students, parents and colleagues alike. Lynn goes beyond her working role in support of students by voluntarily attending many school and athletic events. She is a “true blue” Trojan fan.|
Rolling slowdowns, lane closures next week could cause minor delays east of Snoqualmie Pass
- Written by Meagan Lott, WSDOT Communications
HYAK – Drivers traveling on Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass next week should plan for minor delays due to rolling slowdowns and lane closures.
On Monday, April 13 through Friday, April 17 the Washington State Department of Transportation and contractor crews will close the shoulders in both directions during the day on I-90 from mileposts 47 to 55. Crews will also be conducting rolling slowdowns during the day and close a single lane eastbound at night from mileposts 56 to 61.
Drivers will also experience minor delays due lane closures from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, April 13 through Thursday, April 16 at mileposts 88 to 93 and at milepost 79.
WSDOT provides a variety of tools to help plan your trip over Snoqualmie Pass:
- Visit the What’s Happening on I-90 Web page for up-to-date information on construction projects and traffic impacts and to sign up for email updates.
- Visit the Snoqualmie Mountain Pass Web page for real-time travel information and to view traffic cameras.
- Check the weekly Construction Updates and Traffic pages for region-wide updates.
- Tune into the Highway Advisory Radio at 1610 AM and 530 AM.
- Follow us on Twitter @snoqualmiepass.
- Call the I-90 construction hotline at 888-535-0738 or 511.
Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center Announces Grand Opening
The new center opens at 216 E. Woodin Avenue in Chelan on April 25, 2015
LAKE CHELAN, WA (April 6, 2015) — The new Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center opens for operation April 25, 2015, starting with a public grand opening celebration from 9:00am to 5:00pm. The Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce staff will host visitors for building tours and light snacks.
Over the past three years the Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has been working diligently to find a new home for our organization, knowing that our current lease with the Chelan County Public Utility District at 102 E. Johnson was set to expire.
The new location both accommodates our growing organization and houses our vision for a state-of-the-art visitor center that is representative of all the Lake Chelan Valley has to offer. We have been extremely fortunate to find a partner that was willing to work with us to achieve something fantastic for our community, visitors and businesses. With the support and investment of the Naur Group, LLC, we remodeled an 8,000 square foot building in the heart of downtown Chelan located at 216 E. Woodin Avenue. We have entered into a 20-year lease agreement with the buyer with the option to renew for an additional 15 years.
“We are extremely excited for the opportunities this new space will provide our organization, our membership, our visitors and our entire community. This is an exciting step forward in the growth and evolution of our organization and the Lake Chelan Valley,” says Chamber Executive Director, Mike Steele.
This new building will include office spaces, conference rooms, and a state-of-the-art Visitor Center. The office spaces will provide individual work areas for our organization’s staff. In addition, we will rent space to new or fledgling businesses. This practice, known as accelerator space, allows businesses to utilize the common resources of our building, receptionist, conference rooms, copy centers, etc.; while growing their own business. Once they have developed a solid foundation, they will move out of the building to find their own space.
The Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce has also received tremendous support from the business community of the valley. The sponsorship of different spaces of the building by local businesses have allowed us to reach our goal of creating something that is a community asset, an impressive visitor experience and great resources for our businesses. We would like to thank the Port of Chelan County, Sage Vacation Rentals, Coldwell Banker Lake Chelan Properties, Chelan County Public Utility District, My Chelan Vacation, Tsillan Cellars, and Chelan Rotary for their generous support.
Buckner Homestead Heritage Foundation 2015 Membership Drive
- Written by Herb Sargo
Promoting the care and preservation of the Buckner homestead, orchard, and community atmosphere in perpetuity
2015 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
As indicated in our http://bucknerhomestead.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/BHHF-2014-ANNUAL-REPORT.pdf">Annual Report for 2014, we were able to do many good things at the Homestead and Orchard thanks to your support, contributions, and volunteering. If we are to continue this good work; funding and volunteering must continue, as well.
It is still unknown just what specific impact continued Federal budget cuts will have on the work at the Orchard, but we know there will be loss of time and/or resources available to the National Park Service this year, making our work all the more important. The Buckner Orchard and Homestead need our support more than ever!
Memberships are one form of contributing funds to support our work at the Homestead and Orchard.
RENEWAL - Your check, made out to the Buckner Homestead Heritage Foundation (BHHF), should be mailed to PO Box 184, Manson, WA 98831. As a renewal, we will have your information on file. Please include your e-mail address, as this is how we receipt and communicate with members in a cost-effective manner.
NEW MEMBERSHIP - Download and print the membership form found at this link http://bucknerhomestead.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Membership-form2015.pdf">(Membership Form) and mail to PO Box 184, Manson, WA 98831.
Be sure to include your e-mail address.
Individual - $25.00
Business - $75.00
Benefactor - $250.00
Sustainer - $1,000.00
Family - $50.00
Patron - $100.00
Steward - $500.00
DONATIONS - Another form of support for the Homestead and Orchard is a donation. This may be for a specific purpose or as a non-specific donation to the Foundation.
Please join us today with whatever level of membership you choose and help us assure a productive and successful future for the Buckner Homestead. (Not sure how your contribution will be used? Then, review our 2013 Financial Summary at the end of the http://bucknerhomestead.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/BHHF-2014-ANNUAL-REPORT.pdf">Annual Report.)
Web site: bucknerhomestead.org
The Buckner Homestead Heritage Foundation is a not-for-profit organization created specifically to support and preserve the Buckner Homestead and Orchard in Stehekin, Washington,and is registered as such with the State of Washington and the IRS (Tax ID #452913458)
Buckner Homestead Heritage Foundation 2014 Annual Report
- Written by Herb Sargo
2015 Calendar of Events
Annual Meeting, Manson
Lake Chelan Reclamation District
Board Room, Monday, 7 PM
Orchard work party, Stehekin
Thursday, 8:30 AM
Orchard work party, Stehekin
Saturday, 8:30 AM
Square Dancing at the Orchard, Stehekin
Saturday, 7 PM
Summer Board Meeting, Stehekin
Bakery gazebo, Monday 8 AM
Fall Work Party, Stehekin
Friday, 8:30 AM
Harvest Fest Kickoff program, Stehekin
Friday, 7 PM
Harvest Fest at the Orchard, Stehekin
Saturday, 10 AM
Poetry Night, Stehekin
Sunday, 7 PM
All events are free and open to all.
Web page: bucknerhomestead.org
The Buckner Homestead Heritage Foundation is a not-for-profit organization created specifically to support and preserve the Buckner Homestead and Orchard in Stehekin, Washington, and is registered as such with the State of Washington and the IRS (Tax ID #452913458)
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