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Cheryl Schweizer photo Okanogan Douglas Hospital public relations director Brenda White adds another memorial snowflake to the Tree of Lights. Okanogan Douglas Hospital's Tree of Lights honors loved ones For many years the Okanogan Douglas Hospital Guild has put up a Christmas tree in the hospital's lobby, filled with sparkling snowflake ornaments. They are a way to honor friends and loved ones. Each ornament bears a name; names also are inscribed on a bulletin board next to the tree. Some people named are still alive, others are not, but all are remembered at Christmas time on the Tree of Lights. A monetary donation ($2 minimum) to the Guild is requested for each memorial. They can be mailed c/o Lois Walsh. Box 1196, Brewster, or left at the hospital with Cody Benner in the administration wing. Checks should be made out to the hospital guild. Okanogan Douglas Hospital employees are soliciting donations of toys, to be donated in turn to children in need in the hospital district. Donations will be accepted through Friday, December 21. A donation box is located in the December 3,2001 of Bridgeport. December4, 2001 of Bridgeport. December 6, 2001 MO West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 Brewster Senior Menu Members and friends if your birthday is on or near the day of serving 0unch) you get to be fast in line. Thursday, December 13 - Cheeseburger pie. broccoli, apple/ celery salad, and garlic bread, ice cream. Monday, December 17 - Chef salad, vegetable soup, carrot sticks, rolls, cake. Tuesday, December 18 -Country fried steak, mils. tossed salad, green beans, potatoes, and upside/down cake. Thursday, December 20 - Ham, sweet potatoes, peas/onions, cranberry jello, ice cream. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and isopentoanyoneoverage60,member 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. Pinochle: Twenty players turned out for the December 7 card party at the Center. High; traveler, and round robin was Betty Jensen: low, Elaine Nickell; and door prize, Lee Nickell. class offered in Brewster A foixl handler class will be offered in the Brewster area on Wednesday, Decemher 26at the Brewster American Legion at 2:00 p.m. Please arrive 10 minutes early to pay so that class may begin on time. The fee is $8.00. Please have exact change or a check for $8.00 payable to the Okanogan County Health District. The class takes approximately one hour. For those who are renewing their cards, they need to bring their current food handler card to the class. Please read the food handler book before attending the class. Books are available at the Brewster and Pateros City halls. For more information or to schedule a class for 15 or more people, call Wendell Harris. Bake sale Friday at hospital Nurses at Okanogan Douglas Hospital are sponsoring a bake sale tomorrow,Friday, December 14, from 8:30 to 11 a.m. in the hospital lobby. Proceeds will be used to purchase new equipment for the nursing program. Legion sponsoring crab feed Advance tickets are on sale for a crab feed sponsored, by American Legion Post No. 97, Brewster, scheduled for Saturday, January 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Tickets will be $20 through December 31. $25 from January 1 through 19. and $30 from January 20 through 26. A maxim umof 150 tickets will be sold at the $20 price. Tickets are available at the Legion Hall. the Brewster Liquor Store or from Glenn Allen in Brewster. Baby boy Valerie Clover and Kevin Olsen of Grand Coulee have announced the Birth of their new baby boy, born Thursday, November 29,2001, at Coulee Community Hospital. Kody Wayne Austin Olsen weighted 7 lbs. 4 oz. and was 19 1/4 inches in length atbirth. Maternal graadpmmts are Ray and Kathy Clover of Grand Coulee. Washington. Paternal Dec 13 Bmwster - Grange, AA, Volunteer Firemen Brldgeport Bar, Psteros, Methow- Vol. Firemen Bridgeport - Vol. Firemen, American Legion Post 218, Omak- SCORE Dec 14 Dec 16 Pateros - Spanish AA Dec 17 Bmwster - Chess Club, AA Pateros - City Council ManMield - Booster Club Dec18 Brew er- Ok. Co. Fire District #5 Ambulance (training), Kiwanis, Hospital Guild Bridgeport - School Board, Quad City Eagles Man ield - Rebekah Lodge Brew er - American Legion, Post 97, Women's Patero$ - Chamber of Commerce, Spanish AA FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 7:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 6:30 p.m. MONDAY: 6:30 p.m. ALLSEA~ S3 Pateros First United Methodist church grandparents are Verda and Gene Olsen of Brewster. Great grandparents Sunday Worship 10:00 am are Jean and Jerry Routon of Arizona; Children's Sun. Seh. 10:00 am Corva Olsen of Brewster, and Carlos Fellowship Time 11:00 am Clover of Buckeye, Arizona. 124 N. Dawson, Pateros (509) 923-2591 League, TOPS DON CROCKER CONSTRUCTION 686-8214 !33-1350 All Phase.0f Ro :Building, Excavation & Tree Removal Compressor Rental Available P.O. Box 254; Bndgepod Bus. tic. # DONQRG'Q66JE COLLISION REPAIR Body 923-1928 140 E. I.akmhom Dr Patoro= FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED Full line of mountain, lightweight & juvenile bikes .'E Expert sea'vice & repair I 137 S, 2nd Ave.; Okanogan 509-422-0710 hl "~' .('' "' ViSi~dga;tthe'h~meo?i(,~M'~e r::- LeY'oy )U/) V : '" I;I: ' and Ihs'Wl~, Har0(d~i~'d B'el:nice' ~s't'q~kend.Ditili~li~irl2aurieB~il~lland 'Donna Beadell of ~~ ~ ~ t!lHIP 1 . Huey.of.Brewster' is:her br0ther:~ .Bridgeport entertained:company:fffis ~'~ ''~ .l[[ II~ i LamberfOl f Walt& WaTia.Tl ey and friend Allen Clay ofPortland were ,I, : 7 l Jn hospital lobby; employees amlooking came this past weekend and stayed hemvisiting.Theyhelpedfinishputting -. nffll I 1 for new toys or used toys in good until Tuesday before returning up Christmas lights, also heiped with 1 b[IWm condition. Donations do not need to be home. making flag pins and went to a local ~.kl~::.~ glib 1 wrapped. Hospital employees are This past Saturday, Art and Dora bazaar. . . ~ ~ ~ m~s ~,~. ~.~ "]1 S / looking for donations of wrappiog Adams of Bridgeport held their Glenn and i r ~[[[[[[[[~[[~~[~~~ ROOtCP$ /, paper, whichcanhedroppedoffatthe annual early Christmas party, with G o ia Bowman of toy donation box. 16 family members attending From Brewster traveled to Coulee Dam - A girl, Jasmine. to Chelsie Walls and Reynolo Rodriguez - A boy, Miguel, to Ana Valdovinos and Rodrigo Mendoza' - A girl, Choir to perform at Log Church in Brewster Delia. to Sara and Nick Lysiak of Chelan. (NAPS)--The holidays are a fun time to celebrate with family and friends. Of course, food is always a big part of holiday cele- brations. Maraschino cherries with their bright red color are a festive addition to holiday cookies, desserts and drinks. One festive idea is to let the kids in the family help make chocolate-covered cherries. Just melt semisweet or white chocolate chips. Dip maraschino cherries with stems in the melted choco- late, then set them on waxed paper. Refrigerate until set. Stock up on maraschino cher- ries during the holidays to deco- rate cookies--these can be colorful gifts as well as tasty party fare. Cherries are a fun garnish for hol- iday platters. Combine them with sprigs of mint and slices of" oranges or lemons. In addition, no holiday drink is complete without at least one maraschino cherry. You can easily turn that peren- nial holiday favorite eggnog-- into a special treat by adding maraschino cherries. Here's how: Use prepared eggnog (available at supermarkets during the holiday season). Drain a jar of maraschino cherries, reserving the juice. Put cherries in ice cube trays (one in each compartment) then fill the trays with about one cup of eggnog. Freeze until solid. Mean- while, stir reserved cherry juice into one quart eggnog; refrigerate until ready to use. When serving, place eggnog ice cubes in glasses, then ill] with cherry-flavored eggnog. East Wenatchee Leona Adams, Fred and Davey Adams and daughter, Bob and Marge Adams, Larry Miller ofChelan, Verna Adams of Brewster, Joe and Patty Dial of Othello, Roy and Sybil Dial, Ed and Shirley Miller joined the group from Bridgeport Bar. Exchanging gifts and eating finger foods was enjoyed by all. In the evening Art and Dora Adams attended the Well s Dam Christmas party. Art was honored on his ietimment which be took this past July. This holiday sweet roll is likely to please family and friends. It's easy to prepare with crescent rolls, cream cheese and bright red maraschino cherries. You will get rave reviews from family and friends when you pre- pare Holiday Coffee Cake. It's an easy-to-prepare treat that is ideal for holiday brunch or a special breakfast. Maraschino cherries add a pink hue to the filling and are the perfect decoration on top. Keep the ingredients on hand so you can pre- pare this recipe more than once during the holiday season. Holiday Coffee Cake .% 1 1 (10-ounce) jar maraschino cherries 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened 1/~ cup slivered almonds % cup granulated sugar ~ teaspoon almond extract 2 (8-ounce) packages crescent rolls cup confectioners' sugar to 2 teaspoons milk teaspoon almond extract Drain maraschino cherries; An a cappella (unaccompanied by instruments) gospel choir will perform in concert tomorrow night, Friday, December 14 at 7 p.m. at the Community Log Church in Bmwster. The seven members of the Liberian A Cappella Choir represent five the country's major tribes; their performances are in English and native languages. Five of the men am blind. The performance is free, but an offering will be taken at the end of the concert. Santa plans visit at Eagles I.xxtge Quad City Eagles will host a visit from Santa Claus Saturday and S unday, December 22 and 23 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the lodge, 1030 Columbia Avenue in Bridgeport. Santa will pose forpictures with children; pictures are $2.50 each. Lodge members are sponsoring a New Year's Eve dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. December 31. "Electric Blue" is the band; there will be party favors and snacks. Adesignated driver will be available for people living in Bridgeport. The dance is open to Eagles members and bona fide guests only. recently and helped Gloria' s father, Gilt Iannetta, celebrate his 88'h birthday. Gilt's(laughterLindaLogue of Coulee Dam and two sons Robert of Easton and Mike of Grand Coulee, and several grandchildren also attended. Sybil Sampson of Brewsterrecently entertained company. From Hunters, Washington was Wayne and Marlene Sampson, also Irene Miller and her son, of Tri-Cities. discard juice or save for another use. Reserve 10 maraschino cherries for gar- nish; chop remaining cherries. Combine chopped cherries, cream cheese, almonds, sugar, and almond extract; mix welL Separate each can of cres- cent roll dough into 2 rectan- gles; press firmly at edges and perforations to make one large rectangle. Roll or pat into a rectangle about 15x13 inches. Spread cream cheese mix- ture over dough. Roll up dough starting at long side of rectangle. Place seam-side down on greased baking sheet. Form into a ring, firmly press- ing ends together. With scis- sors or a sharp knife, cut almost through ring at l-inch intervals. Turn each section slightlyon its side. Bake in a preheated 350- degree oven 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. If nec- essary, cover with foil during last 5 minutes to prevent over browning. Carefully remove from pan to wire rack. Combine confectioners' sugar, milk and almond ex- tract to make a glaze. Drizzle over coffee cake. Garnish with reserved whole eherries. Re- fTigerate leftovers. Makes about 15 servings. For more taste.tempting maraschino cherry recipes, send a post card with your name, address and ZIP code to CherryMarketing Institute, P.O. Box 30285, Dept. M, Lansing, MI 48909-7785. Come andjoin us for a rief cand aglit =mice C[iristmas caro s and an encouraging message. tff are wk, om. q)ecemrer 24, 2001 startin at 6:30p.m. ,f ex. 103 (at the Pateros Super Stop) out to off for Seniors. & all their ;uests until March 30, 2002 - Daily specials excluded -