manson_trojans_logoIn XC action the Manson runners performed well at Saturday’s Oroville invitational.

On a challenging 3 mile course Sam Thomas ran a 17:53, Miguel Leyva a 18:03 and Luis Alvarez 18:13.

Up next Saturday is the League Championship at Liberty Bell.


football150Homecoming BBQ!    

Friday October 25th Dinner 6pm game 7pm

Hamburgers or  hot dogs, chips, potato salad - $5

Join us at the high school before the homecoming game

Manson High School FFA

ChelanFireRescueLogo200Chelan Fire and Rescue recently hosted a Fire Officer I, International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) 40 hour course at Station 71 in Chelan. Participants in this course study the responsibilities of the Fire Officer I in effective management of human resources, fire department organization, administrative duties, budgeting, reports, planning, fire inspections, fire investigation, public education, emergency operations and safety. The course meets the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1021 Standard for Fire Officer Qualifications, 2003 Edition.

Attending from Chelan Fire and Rescue: AC Rusty Stamps, Lieutenants Shawn Sherman, Dale Rodman, Johnny Synder, Nathan Smeltzer, Firefighters Adam Jones, Randy Goebel, Troy Keene, Jake Hepper. Other attendees were Brandon Kunz (CCFPD 1), Blake Scott (NWFR), Stephanie Anderson and Len Horst (CCFPD 3), Kurt Bartelheimer (SCFPD 4), and Craig Fisher (SCFPD 3).

 

ChelanFireRescueLogo200First Alarm – Chelan Fire and Rescue (CFR) responded to 14 Emergency calls from 10/11/2013 to 10/17/2013. 13 – medical aid calls, 1 – motor vehicle accident. See below for significant calls this week:

Motor Vehicle Accident: 10/11/2013 around 1526 hours, Chief 701, Rescue 71, Medic 3171 and Chelan County Deputy responded to a two vehicle unknown-injury auto accident on Woodin Avenue and Robinson Street. First unit on scene found a tee-bone accident with one vehicle blocking the southeast bound lane, the other vehicle was able to pull off the road into a parking area. All occupants were out of the vehicles and denied injury. CFR provided traffic control until the road could be cleared.

manson_trojans_logoIt was a tough loss for the Manson Middle School girls basketball team while visiting the Waterville Shockers on Thursday night.

The game was tied 6-6 at the end of the first quarter, and Megan Clausen had all six of the Trojan points.

It was a good match up and both teams answered each others buckets.

At the end of the 3rd quarter, the Manson girls were down by 1.

The 4th quarter each team scored 4 points, which still left the Manson girls down by 1.

The final score, 23-24. Megan Clausen led the way with 10 and Kayla Gosvenor was next with 5.