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    ‘Congratulations on a wonderful program and a fantastic show’

    Once again our community has been fortunate to enjoy another amazing production by Recycled Youth. What a great show they put on — completely entertaining with music, singing, dancing, acrobatics, awesome acting and a script that had a powerful message. Besides being thoroughly engaging, the show provided somewhat of a balm for these very difficult times we face. It is impressive that these young people managed to put so much creative heart and soul into their production in just 13...

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    Recycled Youth teen theatre thanks supporters

    To everyone who contributed this year to the Recycled Youth teen theatre program, we offer a sincere THANK YOU! Showdown in Mudville was very well received at four well attended performances at the Mateel Community Center. A large part of keeping the program going is the cash and raffle prizes donated by our generous local businesses and individuals, as well as the grants we have received over the years. We want to thank our main sponsor, the Mateel. Also thanks to this years...

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    Recycled Youth artistic director bids farewell I am writing to let people know that this will be my last year as artistic director of the Recycled Youth Teen Theatre program at Mateel Community Center. This is my 20th year as artistic director and it is simply time for me to pass the torch. Fortunately, there are local theatre artists who are interested in seeing the program survive into the future. I am writing to invite all of you to come out to this year’s...

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    Piercy Volunteer Fire Department gives thanks The Piercy Volunteer Fire Department wishes to thank the following donors for our Silent Auction who helped make our 2017 Fall Celebration a very successful event. Not only did we have a great attendance this year but everyone got to enjoyed a wonderful barbecue and to listen to great music from FRISKY BRISKET and APRIL MOORE & THE RANCH PARTY. The contributing donors were: Dazey’s, True Value Hardware, Humboldt...

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    Vote out every incumbent you can on Election Day

    Vote out all incumbents! The fiasco that has gone on with the sale of the Garberville School has been the most incompetent, maybe illegal real estate transaction I’ve seen in a long time. Maggie Fleming, are you listening? Please investigate. Their 6-1 vote and their early dealings, not knowing the appraised value and not going the proper procedures to sell a publicly owned property is beyond incompetence. College of the Redwoods teaches real estate classes. Maybe its board...

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    Round Valley salmon festival thanks supporters

    The Eel River Recovery Project would like to thank Tim Metz and Dune Lankard of The Eyak Preservation Council for their generous donation of Copper River Salmon for the Round Valley Salmon Renewal Festival. About a hundred people enjoyed some really great fish! Michael McKaskle, Redway

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    Harvest Fiesta sends appreciation to community

    Garberville Town Square Board of Directors would like to express our gratitude to all who came out to celebrate our eighth annual Harvest Fiesta! It was a pleasure to see our community celebrating our blessings together! A special thank you to our generous donator’s who gave their time, talent and money to make the event the huge success it was. Looking forward to more great celebrations! Nancy George, president, Garberville Town Square Board of Directors

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    Garberville Civic Club to dedicate memorial deck

    The new deck at the Garberville Civic Club, built in memory of the late Helen Bushnell, will be dedicated at an open house on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. The dedication ceremony will be at 2 p.m. Family and friends are invited to attend. The deck is a gift from the Civic Club in Helen’s memory from her husband Don Bushnell. Helen was a Civic Club member for many years and served as president for four terms. Richard Butler built the deck. The Garberville Civic Club is...

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