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Field Trip Playing hide and seek with the banniesandguineapigsatRockyReach Dam wasn't actually on the agenda for the Wednesday field trip for grades one through four of the Adventist school, but itproved to be a favorite activity for the youngsters--and probably for the playfully pursued tittle creatures. At the Wenatchee Museum and Cultural center the students got a feel for various animal skins when they opened boxes and stroked pelts. Chancy Gill like the cougar skins best---"pretty and soft." They took turns crawling into and standing upon a hollow log, learned how old-time farmers made rope and had a try for themselves; glimpsed history with reminders from the past including the model of Pangborn's Miss Veedol plane. They also toured the Apple Industry Center, drank apple juice and watched a movie representing the business. Lunchtime included a slushy treat, thanks to teacher Gloria Beerman. Also with the group were Vince Hogan-- who arranged the outing---and wife Barbara, and Katrina Bailey. Students attending included Savannah Anthony, Alex Bailey, Brian, Eduardo and Jimmy Bautista, Janine Cortex, Luis Cruz, Chancy Gill, Arlene Guerrero, Brandee Huey, CasSondra and-Chase Hogan, Steven Huey, and Am'on Lince. Misty Angus to wed Waterville man Governor Gary Locke and Megan Hanson Megan I-Iansen, a Mansfield High SchOol senior, has been selected as a Washington Scholar. Three students tim 12t Legislative District were hogo d at a Luncheon in Olympia on May 2,2001. Attending the luncheon were Senator Linda Evans-Parlette, Mike Armstrong and Governor Gary Locke, the keynote speaker. Megan was accompanied by her mother and grandtmrents, TomandMamieOpstad. Each recipient of this scholarship is offered full tuition at a Washington State Institution. Each Washington Scholar and their gnests wereableto tour theStateCapital grounds, attend interest sessions and meet their legislators. The other two recipients fix n the 12a District were from Eastmont and Cascade High Schools. Megan is the daughter of Chris and Nancy Hansen of Mansfield. She has been active in school activities, sports and community involvement. Megan is the Valedictorian of the 2001 graduating class of Mansfield High School. Brewster Senior Menu Members and faiends ifyonr birthday is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be fL,'St in line. May 24 thin May 31 Thursday, May 24 - Egg salad sandwiches, corn chowder, fruit cup, tossed sal,xL cake. Monday, May 28- Happy Memorial Day Tuesday, May 29 - Pepper steak, rice, brocr, oli, green salad, cherry hats. Thursday, May 31 - Sloppy joe, green salad, vegetable tray, and pudding. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursda~and is open to anyone over age60, mefnber or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first) for the price of $5.50. Janice Kile of Pateros and Eleanor Lamontagne of Wenatchee returned recently from an 18-day trip to Euna3e. Going with tlleGrandEmopmn Tours the group's first stop was LondonEngland. Touring the tower of ,I 0 don, Victoria Station :and taking the Cbunnell under the English ,Channel to France. They were on a train traveling 200 miles per hour to Paris where they visited Notre Dame, the Louvre Art Museum, Eiffel Tower, enjoyed a boat trip, Montmarte Artiste part of Paris, Cabre show and dinner at the New Eve restaurant. From there they bused to Lucerne, Switzerland, shopping, a boat trip around Lake Lucerne, a trip on cable cars to the top of the Stanserhore in the Alps. Going to Nice France the group went to Monaco to gamble at the big Monecarlo Casino. They saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa. In Rome they visited St. Peters Basillica the Sistine Chapel, Pompeii, Isle of Capri, and Florence where the original statue of David was seen, from there to Venice where the group took a gondola ride to St. Mark's Square. Visiting Salzberg :Austria briefly where they shopped for Mozart items then to Rothenburg Germany they toured the Heidelberg Castle, and took a two-hour trip on the Rhine River. They flew out of Germany for the trip home. I>-,mni Rue Cm'mack of Bridgqxxt and nieces Sandra P'afiage and Shea Chore of Vancouver, Washington spent over two weeks on vacation. Driving to West Minister, they spent a week with Sandra's dangh Cherieand family. From there they drove to Las V toattmdgnmtuim Nichole IV~3uire'swedding.Toming tbecasino's and gambling, DaaniRue hit tbejackpot on nickels. At Ceasars Palace they took inashow"Dancing Water".On Mother's Day 20 family members got geth for breakfasL Retmning to West Minister the girls spent aweekresting and relaxing before traveling home. LaoyandDemaBead ofBridgepm enjoyeda nicetriptoVictoda, BC Staying at the Empress Hm l with sisters OIml andDavidMoakand theirdaughlerLuana Taylor all of Texas and Jean Hal~ren of Bellevue. They enjoyed the lux try of the ronmyhctelandacitytourbefomretuming to their homes. Herschell and Betty Grittman of Redmond are visiting at the Beadell home for five days. Bingo, a potluck at the Senior Center and plant shopping were the activities filling their days. Visiting at the home of Mike and Vicki Sadowsky of Pateros this past weekend was son Jared SadowskY and girlfriend Michele of Kirkland. Enjoying each other' s company they spent the weekend river walking and giving Michele horseback riding lessons. The annual Ooehry family picnic took place this past Saturday at the home of Bob Goehry ou Paradise I-Iill. The group also celebrated a belated birthday for Bob. Attending were Kay and Keith Weibom of Seattle, their son Doug, Brewster, Barbara Goehry, her daughter Sue, husband Ocie children Chrystal and Jesse Andersou, her sons Ted and Mark Goehry all of Brewster. Bob's danshter Pat Paddock and her son Bill of Seattle. All gathered at the Brewster American Legion Club for a Mother's Day breakfast before returning to their respective homes. Vicki Orford'of Pateros and sister- in-law Patty Orford of Milton, Washingtonrecently spentthree weeks oversees. They spent their first week in Croatia on tbebeach,relaxing and esting fresh fish from the Red Sea. From there the travelers spent a week in Nenfahm Germany staying with an exchange student (that had stayed at the Offord home many years ago) and family. They visited Munich, concentration camp and palaces and other areas of intexest before going on to Vicenia, Italy for their last week. They visited with daughter Nicole Vincent who is stationed in Vicenia as Miltary Army Counter Intelligence. They visited Vmice, Rome, and Horence and were lucky to see the Pope, touring the Vatican and SL Peter. The ladies flew home from Venice. Pinochle: Fifteen players turned out for the May 18 card party at the Center. High, Opal Zwicker; low, Betty Jensen; traveler Jeanne Johnson; door prize and round robin, Hank Eisner. Misty Angus and Aaron Viebrock announced their surprise engagement on May 5, 2001 at Rosario Resort on Orcas Island. Dave Angus and Judy Angus of Mansfield are parents of the bride to be. Anthony and Sheri Viebrock of Waterville are his parents. She isa 1995 graduate of Mansfield High School and attended Green River Community College. She is a communications officer for the Weuatchee Police Department. He is a 1993 Waterville High School gradaam and esrned a b c helor's degr in agriculture economics at Washington StateUnivetsityin 1999.Heisanimumme a tforCom mWermt The young couple have chosen an early evening hour on December 7, 2001 as their wedding date. Brewster Grange plans potluck Brewster Grange #1018 will hold their next meeting on Thursday, May 24, starting with a potluck at 6:30 p.m. The program for the evening will be "Mothers Do Count". A report on photo Judging will be presented. Eagles member Dave Purrington (loft) accepts donations for new bingo equipment from Donna Alma (center) and her morn Mary Eiffert. . player donates winnings to new equipment for new bingo equipment. Then she challenged her mom, Mary Eiffert, to match her personal donation. Eiffert said she likes to play bingo too; she donated $250 as well. Purrington said he found a supplier in Seattle that was able to sell them a Donna Alma loves to play bingo. Relatives attended the graduatiou of When she can (college classes Jerry and Velma Bryant's sometimes get in the way), she is a regular at the Wednesday night bingo granddaughter Avery Grbavac in early games held at the Quad City Eagles May.MakingupthecaravanwereJerry Lodgein Bridgeport. andVelma, Mark, Jerrileeandchildren Wednesday night bingo attracts membetsandnon-memhers;thehighest new-to-the-Eagles flashboard (which jackpotis$1,500,butpeopledon'tplay displays the numbers), a new hopper justforthemoney.Theycanbringtheir and control panel. "'They found us kids, shafe popcorn and conversation, everything we needed in our price order food and beverages from the bar. range." Eiffert's donation may be used "it's a lot of fan," said DavePurrington, tobuy equipment for additional games, whohasbecnthebingoeallerforabout Purrington said. three and a half years. The lodge recently held elections There was only one thing wrong for new officers. Don Reed will be with bingo at the Eaglesmthe the new president, Purrington is vice- equipment was old. The board that president and Dewey Brown will be flashed the numbers didn't always the secretary. Trustees will be Clay work. The hopper (which holds the Wingo, Jeff Berring, Dick McGraw numbers) and the control panel were and Gary Carmody. Lodge members worn. Alma decided to do something also are looking for new members; about it. people who want to know more about She won $750 playing bingo at the Eagles and what its members do another game; she added $250 of her can contact any of the officers or own and donated $1,000 to the Eagles trustees. Adina and Cameron Hofmann, Alex wifeWendy children Alex and Connor Herandez all of Pateres, Tim wife Jama, daughter Devin Hiltz of Mt. Vernon. The families stayed with Robert and Jana Grbavac of Raymond, Alberta. The children enjoyed watching the baby calves and playing in the big yard. Graduation was a three-day affair, starting at the Catholic Church in Lethbridge where baccalaureate was held, the nex t day' at the Catholic S chool diplomas were handed out. The final, third day they held a banquet at the Sports Plex with the seniors parading around the gym. Staying a few days longer was Jerry, Velma and Mark before going home. JndyI)mdashosteda50~birtl~ypm~ for husband Tom Dundas on Saturday, May 19. Family membersattending were hismotherRosella andsisterJedy Dundas ofBrewster.BrotherShawn, wifeCheri, chikhen Katy and Brady Dmdas also sister Melodie, hmlmndRodger,children Megan and Conic all of Patero~ Sister Toppee and husband Ivan Kimball of Orondo. Rich and Annette Holt came from East Wenatchee, Kyle Webster from the Tri Cities, Stacy Little from Whil ones Idaho. Tom's sons Patrick of Cheney and Tommy of Spokane were also in attendance. A girl, Sinai Espinoza-Hemandez on May 6, 2001 to Francisco Fapinoza and Gabriela Espinoza of Brewster. A boy, Osvaldo Alejandro/maya on May 11, 2001 to Ruben A. Anaya and Garibay of Pateros. A girl, Aerolynn Lowell Geddes on May 13,2001 to TravisLowell Watsonand Ricbelle Lynn of Twisp. A boy, Jorge Edmrdo Penalosa on May 13,2001 to Jose Penaloza and Martha Penaloza of BridgeporL [ES CHAPEL 1510 West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 May 24 Brewster - Grange, AA,VoI.Firemen Pateros, Bridgeport, Bridgepod Bar, Methow - Vol. Firemen Mansfield - Sunshine Club, Vol. Firemen May 25 May 26 May 27 Pateros - Spanish AA May 28 Brewster- Chess C lub, AA Bridgeport Bar- Fire Dist. #7Auxiliary Mansfield - Chamber of Commerce May 29 Brewster = Ok. Co. Fire Dist. #5 Ambulance (business),Kiwanis, Chamber of Commerce Bridgeport - LeahyTriangle Homemakers Club Mansfield - Rebekah Lodge, Grange May Brewster - Columbia Democratic Women, Am. Leg. Post 97, Am. Leg. Aux. Unit 97, TOPS, Bridle Club, Planning. 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