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Stephanie Smith wea, ' Mark Younie in GrandAtrium celei ration Mr. end Mr. Mark Younle Stephanie Smith and Mark Younie were united in marriage in an early evening ceremony on May 16, 1998. Reverend James B. Notkin, a classmate and friend of the groom, was the officiant. The wedding and reception took place at the Washington Mutual Tower Grand Atrium in Seattle. The bride is the daughter of Horace and Polly Smith, Brewster. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younie, Se- attle, are parents of the groom. Megan and Troy Peterson, niece and nephew of the bride, were candlelighters. The groom's nieces Dylan and Chrissie Younie were flower girls. Stephanie is a 1975 Brewster High School graduate and a graduate of Washington State University. She is an Associate Broker with Windmere Real Estate in Seattle. Mark is a 1974 graduate of Nathan Hale High School in Seattle, and a graduate of Central Washing- ton University and the Univer- sity of Washington. He is an en- gineer at Boeing in Seattle. The couple plan a honeymoon trip to France and Scotland in the fall. They are making their home in Seattle. Ouad City HAraid June 25 1998 Page 3 Five Blazers received special recognition for participation, achievement end citizenship. (Left to right) KIm Lawson, Dr. Nielsen, Kim Trudeau, Sarah Trudeeu, A. J. Sore end Duetin Kelley. Brev/ster Blazers Pathfinder graduation Brothers bikes and brakes were pan of the real life experiences re- lated to Proverbs 18:24 and recounted by conference Pathfinder director Wayne Hicks, Spokane, as he ad- dressed Brewster Blazers Pathfind- ers and the Adventurer Sparks for their May 28 graduation program at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. ?"Following the color guard Aaron Beerman and Christina St. Clair, club members marched into the sanctu- ary to pledge allegiance to the flag, recite the club pledge, sing, pray and receive awards. Members were invited by director Dr. Judith Nielsen to note highlights from classes in camping skills, first aid, baking ,winter camping, basic rescue, felt craft and nature. Master Guides in the audience congratu- lated students and handed out badges signifying completion of require- ments for the various honors. (Among these Master Guides was Margaret Hardinge who achieved that status about 60 years ago while a student at Pacific Union College.) Janyce Gill, leader of the pro-Path- finder Adventurers, the Sparks, in- troduced students and staff and re- viewed club pursuits. Sparks include Anna and Louis Cruz, Stphonic and Steven Huey, Alicia Lawson,Allison Lince, Johanna Nielsen and BJ Soto. Assistant leaders were Judy and Mandy Golden, Maribeth Burns and Lora Crowder. Blazers include Wilderness Rang- ers: Fernando Bautista,Carl Canwell, Brewster Blazers Visits grandmother Names switched Granddaughters join Pathfinder Fair Madeleine Waddell entertained The names were inadvertently ViSit here switched for two graduates pictured Brewster Blazers were among many in last week's Quad City Herald-- Lisa Roberton Zbaraschuk and Michelle Stout Haeger. Also Lee and Emily Canwell's daughter, UCA graduate is named Chelane (not Chelan). Pathfinder clubs pitching tents at the Okanogan County Fairgrounds May 8 - 10 for the annual Pathfinder Fair. The local club brought home a sweepstakes club award and their drill team took first place in basic and free style. Members of the team, which performed Sunday, included Jennifer Crane, Sarah Trudeau, Naila Cortez, Erika Cruz, Brenda Garcia, Melissa Ekvall and Holli St. Clair. The Blazers were the only club to shoot rockets for the Sunday morn- ing event. Saturday afternoon activities in- cluded plant and flower study at Omak Lake anti casting plaster tracks. granddaughter KellyMolendaandher dough ters, 16 year old Katie and seven your old Madloin, this past week. The family drove over from their home in Everett for the three day visit. Baby daughter Bryan and Christy Besol welcomed a baby daughter June 13, 1998. Jordyn Lea was born at the Omak Hospital, weighting in at seven pounds five ounces and was 20 I/2 inches long. Grandparents are Dick and Merge Besol, Brewster and Tom and Sharon Holmdahl of Tonasket. Great grand- parents are Leonard and Lila Lundgren of Winthrop. Margaret Ford, Coulee Dam, maternal, groat-grand parent. Madeleine Waddell entertained granddaughter Kelly Molenda and her daughters, 16 year old Katie and seven your old Madloin, this past week. The family drove over from their home in Everett for the three day visit. Women's erobics offered BridgeportCitySwimmingPool the instructor. The cost is $1.25 is offering Women's Aerobics per day. The instruction is for Monday through Friday at 7:00 all levels of swimmers. If you a,m. for one hour. Emily have questions please call City Christianson, Pool Manager is Hall or SwimmingPool. i COMM1 JNffY CALENDER : 'I4. Hot Cakes & Eggs, Ham or Sausage , J Auto/Motorcycle :'" '"1%1 ! ..IB----qlll 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. , ILocURepaire d  Ilrl :' p I1 "'tay an0 join us for pinochle at 7"30p m I I BrewSter Senior Center: i Un00er,00- 00,00 , I Special music for the Saturday vespers program was by Brewster trio, Jennifer Crane, Melissa Ekvall and Sarah Trudeau. Other Pathfinders attending includ- ing Crystal Sore, Luci Bautista, Miriam Cruz, Kim Lawson, Kim Trudeau, Christina St. Clair, Brady Hiltz, Tony Cortez, Serafin Garcia, A.J. Sore and Jose Mejia. Staff assisting, leader Dr. Judith Nielsen included Dr. Ron Nielsen, Dr. Merlin Ekvall, Albert and Josie Soto, Judy Trudeau, Debbie Kelley and Pastor Start Beer.man. GR.T RArEs-- N0 LOAN FEESl Autos, APR Boats g RV's This great low rate is available r, a limited time! Stop by your local InterWest office, call 1-800-871-LOAN or visit our web site at www.interwestbank.com to apply. BREWsTER - 689-25 71 IngerWesg Banlf Washington's Hometown Bank. 8.99% Annual Percentage Rate on new, dealer purchase vehicles, boats and RV's with loan payments made by pre-authorized transfer from an InterWest account. 9.24% APR without pre-authorized transfer. Subject to credit approval and underwriting criteria. Rate available through 8/12/98. Equal Opportunity Lender. I One for the good ole times on your 50 i h. Happy Birthday Naila Cortez, Jennifer Crane, Erika Cruz, Brenda Garcia, Jose Mejia, Holli St. Clair, A. J. Soto, Sarah Trudeau; Wilderness Explorers: Melissa Ekvall, Brady Hilts, Christina St. Clair and Kim Trudeau; Trail Companions: Aaron Beerman, Lucila Bautista, Tony Cortez, Miriam Cruz, Serafin Garcia, Dustin Kelley, Kim Lawson and Crystal Sore. Staff assisting Dr. Nielsen include Drs. Merlin Ekvall and Ron Nielsen, Josie Soto, Debbie Kelley, Pastor Stan Beerman, Albert Soto, Judy Trudeau and Merge White. After the program the club drill team did a demonstration in the parking lot and refreshments were served in the foyer where crafts were displayed. SENIOR NEWS Menu - June 25 thru July 2 Thursday, June 25 - Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, peas, cole slaw, rolls, fruit whip. Monday, June 29 - Chicken enchi- ladas, refried beans, taco chips, ba- nana half, ice cream. Tuesday, June 30 - Swedish meat- balls, mashed potatoes, broccoli, bread, bar cookies. Thursday, July 2 - Corn chowder, hot dogs and buns, banana pudding. Pinochle Twelve players turned out for last Friday's card party at the Center. Karen Annis, high; Hank Eisner, low; lie Wilbur, traveler; Dottie Finch, door prize. ..June 25 . . . , ..% .... Browster: Volunteer Rremen,Ak:oholics Anonymous; '"Gtange  .... ; ...... : ' . Patroe: Volunteer Firemen, Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Fire District #7 IVisthow: Volunteer Firemen Manfield: Volunteer Firemen June 27 --e: Alcoholics Anonymous June 28 ' ter:. Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous June 29 Brewster: AI-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous June 30 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis Manfield: School. Board July 1 Breweter: Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous, Columbia Democratic Women, American Legio n Post 97, American Legion Auxilian/Unit 97 Bridgeport: United Methodist Women, Planning Commission Mansfield: 4-H Club if you know of a club that would fike to be listed in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you/ i Restrictions Apl. Car details. i ii $699 Including charges ly 1 and July 15, 1998 Departures only! S iverbend ravel eruice (509) 689-3481 1-800-924-348 1 613 W. Main, Box 1015, Brewster, WA 98812