Wednesday, Jan. 19

DAR meeting

ASTORIA — The Astoria Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will meet Jan. 19 at 11 a.m., at the Astoria Golf and Country Club, with guest speaker Joan Johnson. Members and women wishing to join are invited to attend. Membership is open to women 18 and over who can trace their ancestry to someone who in some way assisted the colonists in the American Revolution. If you have questions, call Regent Evelyn Laughman at 503-325-4683 or Registrar Sue Glen at 503-861-0574.

Tilth meeting

OCEAN PARK — The next Tilth meeting is Wednesday, Jan. 19 from 6 p.m. to     8 p.m., at Adelaide’s Books in Ocean Park. Bring a hot dish, silverware and plate and share a meal with friends as Gayle Borchard discusses the proposed Long Beach Farmer’s Market. Attendees will also find out about other activities proposed for this year and get the details on the spring seed ordering group. For information call Cate Gable at 503-791-3129.

Diabetes Support Group

ILWACO — From 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., on Jan. 19, in the meeting room at the hospital the public is invited to a gathering of the Ocean Beach Hospital Diabetes Support Group. The guest speaker, Don Cantrell, MA, licensed mental health counselor, will discuss “Starting the New Year Right.” These meetings are free to the public and everyone is welcome. For questions call 642-6308 or 642-6314.

Big Book meeting 

OCEAN PARK — The Ocean Park Big Book meeting is at 6 p.m. each Wednesday at Ocean Park Methodist Church at 1202 262nd Place. All are welcome. For information call Jeannie at 665-3831.

Meeting/potluck

LONG BEACH — The Long Beach Grange is holding their monthly meeting and potluck beginning at 6:30 p.m., Jan. 19 at 5715 Sandridge Road. Everyone is welcome. Call 642-4953 if you have questions.

Grief support 

SEAVIEW — A Grief Support Group meets every Wednesday at 11 a.m., in the fireside room at Peninsula Church Center at 5000 “N” Place in Seaview. Call 800-772-1319 if you have questions, or just come to this support group.

Chinook Food Bank

CHINOOK — Volunteers for the Chinook Food Bank, located at 70 Houchen Street in Chinook, are handing out food this Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For questions or in an emergency, call 875-6670.

Dance, Dance Revolution

RAYMOND — Raymond Timberland Library is hosting ‘Dance, Dance Revolution —  Ladies Night Out,’ from 6 p.m. to       7:30 p.m., Jan. 19 for adults. So put on your dancing shoes and get ready for an evening of fun, light exercise and social interaction. The library is normally closed at this time and will be open only for the program. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Raymond Timberland Library. For more information call 942-2408.

Neptune Classic Movies 

LONG BEACH — The Neptune Twin Cinemas offers family and classic movies with no charge for admission, subject to capacity. All family and classic shows begin at 1 p.m. The movie on Jan. 19 is “Annie” starring Carol Burnett and Albert Finney. 1981. 127 min.

Thursday, Jan. 20

Living w/chronic conditions

ILWACO — Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics is sponsoring a free six-week workshop that will run from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Thursdays, Jan. 20 through Feb.  24 in the hospital conference room, and is designed to help people suffering from chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. Developed by Stanford University, “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions” is an in-depth program that supplements clinical treatment and teaches patients how to pursue normal daily activities. Denise Ross, a registered nurse and the workshop coordinator, will help participants learn problem-solving and coping skills as well as techniques for dealing with pain, frustration, fatigue, isolation and depression. The course is ideal for people with heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and other chronic diseases. For more information, or to register, contact Ross at 642-6308.

Clamming

PENINSULA — A razor clam dig is scheduled on the Long Beach Peninsula from the Columbia River north jetty to Leadbetter Point on Jan. 20 through Jan. 22, pending marine toxin tests, with digging allowed between noon and midnight. The best time to start is an hour or two before low tide and it is recommended you take a lantern for evening digs. Low tides adjusted for Pacific beaches those days are as follows: Thursday, Jan. 20, 8:08 p.m. –1.0; Friday, Jan. 21, 8:47 p.m. –0.9; Saturday, Jan. 22, 9:26 p.m. –0.5. Harvesters are allowed to take no more than 15 razor clams and must keep the first 15 they dig, regardless of size or condition. Each digger’s clams must be kept in a separate container. Licenses are available at numerous local businesses.

Housing Authority meets

SOUTH BEND — On Thursday, Jan. 20, at 10 a.m.,  the Joint Pacific County Housing Authority holds its regular monthly board meeting at the Pacific County Annex at 1216 W. Robert Bush Drive in South Bend. For information contact Christina Pegg, executive director at 423-0140 or 866-570-8840.

Gardening chat

OCEAN PARK — The public is invited to an informal gardening chat at the Ocean Park Library community room the third Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. The topic for Jan. 20 is seed catalogues, and maybe talking about a joint seed order. For information call 665-3061.

Line dancing

LONG BEACH — Line dancing on the Peninsula is offered at Long Beach Grange at 5715 Sandridge Road.  Dancing for beginners starts at 5:30 p.m., intermediate and advanced dancers hit the floor at 1 p.m. and again 6:30 p.m., each Thursday, except the fourth Thursday of the month. Everyone is welcome — the cost is just $3 per person per class. Come check out this fun activity, you don’t need a partner. Call Linda at 783-2389 for more information.

Art Around Town

PENINSULA — The Peninsula Arts Association presents a change of artwork around the peninsula. At the Pacific County building are photographs by Bonnie Cozby and mixed media artwork created by Sharon Strong. Photographs by Nancy Meyrick are being shown at the Ocean Beach Hospital and Arlene Jayne presents her paintings at the Ilwaco library. 

Toastmasters

ILWACO — Ilwaco Toastmasters’ Night Owls group now meets from         6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m., the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Shorebank Annex at the Port of Ilwaco. The Lunch Bunch group meets from noon to 1 p.m., on the second and fourth Mondays in the community room at the Ilwaco Timberland Library. 

Friday, Jan. 21

Musical variety show

NASELLE — The Naselle High School drama club is sponsoring a musical variety show on Friday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. in the commons as a fundraiser. Donations will be taken at the door and all proceeds will go to the drama club for operating costs and to upgrade sound equipment and maintain stage curtains. Musical acts include the Naselle Marimba Band, Naselle Barbershop Quartet, Wilho Saari and the kantele players, and local students doing dance and singing numbers. Refreshments will be served.

Tracking Club

LEADBETTER — Leadbetter tracking club will meet from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Friday, Jan 21. Participants should meet at the northern parking lot of Leadbetter State Park, near Nahcotta. Led by a park naturalist, participants explore various parts of the park — on and off trail — to discover and document animal signs and other things of interest. Rubber boots are recommended. If you have questions, contact Aaron Webster at 642-3029 or via e-mail at LCIC@parks.wa.gov.

Al-Anon 

KLIPSAN — An Al-Anon daytime group meets on a new day of the week — Fridays from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the meeting room at Golden Sands Assisted Living. Find help and hope and how to deal in a healthy way, in a safe environment. Call 665-5300 for more information. 

WWI Posters

ILWACO — Until March 12, the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco is presenting the exhibition “World War I Posters: On the Home Front,” which explores the war through an exceptional collection of 36 lithographic posters that were made to influence Americans’ support of the war. The posters were used to promote support from the home front, to recruit men, money and resources and to encourage home front sacrifices in order to sustain the military campaign. The local stories of service to World War I will be told through artifacts from families representing Pacific County and beyond. Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. Thursdays are free thanks to the Ilwaco Merchants Association. For more information call 642-3446 or visit columbiapacificheritagemuseum.org.

Burn permits

PENINSULA — 2011 Backyard Burn Permits are printed. The permits are free, and can be picked up at the following locations: Ocean Park fire station, Seaview fire station, Jack’s Country Store, Surfside Homeowners Association office, Pioneer Market and Seaview One Stop. It is required that you have a burn permit every time you burn. For more information, contact the District Office at 665-4451, or visit our website at www.pcfd1.org.

Saturday, Jan. 22

Cancer benefit

ROSBURG — From noon to 3 p.m., Jan. 22, everyone is encouraged to come to the Rosburg Hall for a spaghetti feed, silent auction and bake sale to help with expenses for Bernadine Blain Chattick, who is battling cancer. The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children. If you have questions call Marlea at 465-2262 or Robin at 491-7810.

Benefit dinner

LONG BEACH — On Jan. 22, the Long Beach Grange is co-hosting the second annual benefit dinner to aid the Domestic Violence Awareness Project in raising funds to educate and help stop domestic violence. The dinner includes spaghetti, garlic bread and a great dessert for just $8 for adults or $6 for kids under 12 years old. Come enjoy good food and friends while aiding a much-needed cause. If you have questions call Connie at 360-591-6272.

Naselle crab dinner

NASELLE — The Comet Booster Club is serving a crab dinner on Jan. 22, beginning at 6 p.m., at the school. The dinner consists of one crab, coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans, garlic bread and ice cream for dessert for $10. The day will be filled with basketball games against Ocosta beginning at 1:30 p.m., and concessions will be available all day.  Come and support the Comets! Call 484-7121 with questions.

Fly fishing clinic

ASTORIA — Rainland Fly Casters is hosting a fly-fishing clinic led by renowned fly-fishing expert and author, Skip Morris, on Saturday, Jan. 22 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the basement meeting room of Clatsop Post 12 American Legion, 1132 Exchange Street in Astoria. Morris will explain how to read water, fly-fishing techniques and effective tackle, followed by fly-tying demonstrations of some of the Northwest’s most productive fly patterns. There is no cost for this event and the public is welcome. For information call Chuck at 642-2589.

Ridgefield fieldtrip

LONGVIEW — On Saturday, Jan. 22, Willapa Hills Audubon will travel to Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge for viewing of winter waterfowl and raptors.  Swans are often present. The field trip will include the auto loop with minimal walking where allowed. Departure from Longview is at 8 a.m., with a planned return of around noon. To reserve your place, call 360-575-9238 or e-mail John Green at jgreen2317@aol.com.

Sunday, Jan. 23

Naturalist speaks

RAYMOND — Renowned naturalist Brent Nixon, CEO and president of “Nature Talks — Are you listening?,” an organization dedicated to environmental education and endangered species research in the wild, will speak at the Raymond Theatre at 2 p.m. on Jan. 23 as the next Sunday Afternoon Live event. Nixon created the non-profit “Adventures in Nature” more than eight years ago to answer growing requests from public education facilities and community groups for quality information about our environment and the creatures that dwell within it. During his Pacific County appearance, he will be presenting 12 outreach programs to the Raymond, South Bend, Willapa Valley, Ocosta and Long Beach schools. Tickets can now be purchased at South Bend Pharmacy, Sagen’s Pharmacy in Raymond, and at the theater for $10 for adults and $5 for children, or by sending an SASE to SAL, P.O. Box 221, South Bend, WA 98586 or e-mailing sundayafternoonlive@comcast.net.

Peninsula meditation group 

KLIPSAN — A meditation group meets on Sundays at 3:30 p.m., in the Golden Sands conference room, off the west entrance.  Contact Kim at 642-2916, Jim at 665-3151, or Barb at 665-4421 if you need more information.

Overeaters Anonymous

PENINSULA — There are meetings four times a week on the Peninsula in both Seaview and Ocean Park, on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays for those interested in the support group Overeaters Anonymous. If you have questions call 665-2535 or Kathleen at 642-8439.

Monday, Jan. 24

AAUW meeting

ILWACO — The Willapa Chapter of the AAUW meets at 7 p.m., Jan. 24 in the Ilwaco Community Building. The Spring Tea committee is hosting the meeting, which will feature a scholarship recipient, Pat Donnely, who will entertain on the piano and share her feelings about the scholarship award. In addition, Boyd Keyser will speak regarding the upcoming school levy.

Fisheries meeting

ASTORIA — From 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., Jan. 24, at the Holiday Inn Express on Marine Drive in Astoria there will be an information meeting on the winter, spring and summer select area fisheries to present spring Chinook run size expectations and to solicit public involvement in the commercial and recreational fishery planning process. All with an interest are welcome. Call Patrick Hulett at 360-577-0197 or Steve Meshke at 503-325-6452 if you have questions.

AA meetings

OCEAN PARK and SEAVIEW — Alcoholics Anonymous has two group meetings on the Peninsula. The Ocean Park group meets at 7:30 p.m., at the Ocean Park Methodist Church at 1202 262nd Place on Mondays and Fridays. The second group meets seven days a week at 6:30 a.m., noon and 8 p.m., at 4603 Pacific Highway in Seaview. For more information you can call 642-2902 or go to http://area72aa.org.

Tuesday, Jan. 25

Coat drive

SEAVIEW — Chico’s Pizza is once again gathering coats for the homeless throughout the month of January. Help someone less fortunate today! Call 642-3207 if you have questions.

Grow & Live Spiritually

SEAVIEW — Anyone with an interest is invited to the Peninsula Church Center at 5000 “N” Place in Seaview to find out about spiritual tools and to use them during a gathering each Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., led by Rev. Mary Evelyn Long. Coffee and tea will be available. Call 655-5300 for information.

Masonic meeting

ILWACO — Occident Lodge No. 99 meets at noon every Tuesday for a no host luncheon at the Imperial Schooner Restaurant at the Port of Ilwaco. Sojourners are welcome. For information call Jim at 665-6577 or Norm at 642-2258.

Lap Band support

ASTORIA — Lap Band Support Group meets the last Tuesday of each month from 5:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. at the Owens-Adair Building at 1508 Exchange Street in Astoria. Contact Lisa at 503-791-2315 for directors or call 665-0049 if you have questions.

Writers’ Critique

LONG BEACH — Coastal Writers’ Critique meet Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. at the PUD building on Sandridge Road in Long Beach. All who wish to improve their writing skills are welcome. For more information call Jan at 642-4932.

Weight Watchers

LONG BEACH — Join Weight Watchers new Points Plus program on Tuesday mornings at the Edgewater Inn in Long Beach.  Weigh-in is at 9:30 a.m., and the meeting starts at 10 a.m. For further information call 360-909-3671, 800-651-6000 or visit www.weightwatchers.com.

Kiwanis

LONG BEACH — The Ilwaco-Long Beach Kiwanis meets at noon the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the El Compadre Restaurant at 1900 Pacific Avenue in Long Beach. Call 665-2598 for further information.

Rotary

SEAVIEW — The Southwest Pacific County Peninsula Rotary Club meets Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m., at the 42nd Street Café in Seaview. For more information contact Club President Lynn Raymer at 665-2685 or go to www.beachrotary.org.

Wednesday, Jan. 26

Abby account

PACIFIC COUNTY — Four-year-old Abigail Marble lives with mitochondrial disease, which causes seizures and compromises her ability to speak, crawl, walk or eat by mouth. Due to an outpour of concern from the community, an account was recently set up in her name at the Bank of Pacific to help with medical expenses.

Neptune Classic Movies 

LONG BEACH — The Neptune Twin Cinemas offers family and classic movies with no charge for admission, subject to capacity. All family and classic shows begin at 1 p.m. The movie on Jan. 19 is “Annie” starring Carol Burnett and Albert Finney. 1981. 127 min.

Future Events

Chinese New Year

ILWACO — From 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m., Jan. 27, teens are invited to Ilwaco Timberland Library to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year means dancing dragons, firecrackers and good luck wishes. Check out your Chinese Zodiac, make a firecracker, decorate a lantern and create a banner to symbolize good luck year round. 2011 is the year of the Rabbit. Snacks provided. Sponsored by the Friends of the Ilwaco and Ocean Park Timberland Libraries. For more information call 642-3908.

Veterans meeting

LONG BEACH — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3721 in Long Beach holds their monthly membership and business meeting at 7 p.m., Jan. 27 at the Elks Lodge located at 110 Pacific Avenue in Long Beach. For information, call 642-1228.

Parkinson support

OCEAN PARK — The Parkinson’s disease support group meets from        1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., Jan. 28 at the Golden Sands Assisted Living Facility in Klipsan. For information, call Patti at 665-3284.

OBH support group

ILWACO — Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics’ Cancer Support Group will meet Friday, Jan. 28, at 2 p.m. in the Ilwaco Community Building meeting room. The support group is part of the hospital’s oncology outreach and education program. Cyndy Soule and Jami Greenfield, members of the hospital’s chemotherapy team, will facilitate the meeting. Current and past cancer patients and their families are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call Cyndy at 642-6327, or Jami at 642-6475.

Romantic German songs

OCEAN PARK — German romantic art songs and duets under the theme “Journeying with Spirit and Love,” will be shared starting at 3 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 23 at the Ocean Park Lutheran Church, and 4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 30 at Grace Episcopal Church in Astoria. Pianist Ronald Thompson will accompany Andrea Weilgart Patten, a soprano, and her daughter, Anja, a higher soprano. Karin Temple, who will give literary background on the song poetry, together with David Myers on viola, and Alexandra Myers on piano, will be joining the Astoria program. A free-will offering will gratefully be accepted for the music fund and for accompanying musicians. If you have questions call 642-2916.

Friends of the Library 

NASELLE — The Friends of the Naselle Timberland Library are having their annual meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 1 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Anyone is encouraged to come. New members for the board are needed. If you have any question call Sue Holt at 484-7121, ext. 10, or e-mail sholt@naselleschools.org.

Book discussion

OCEAN PARK — Ocean Park Timberland Library presents PageTurners Book Discussion, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Feb. 1 for adults. Join in a discussion of “The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town” by John Grisham. For more information call 665-4184.

Weavers/Spinners 

ILWACO — The Clatsop Spinners meet the first Tuesday of the month (Feb. 1) at 10 a.m. Call Sharon at 665-5266 to confirm the location. Clatsop Weavers and Spinners also meet the third Tuesday of the month (Feb. 15) at 11 a.m., at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum. Attendees are invited to bring a sack lunch to these meetings if they wish.

4-H events

ASTORIA — Youth looking for a fun-filled day to do enjoyable hands-on activities while learning at the same time are invited to come out to the Clatsop County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Feb. 5, beginning at 9:30 a.m. During the day attendees will also learn more about 4-H and the numerous programs offered to youth throughout local counties. Space is limited so please R.S.V.P. by Feb. 1 to the OSU extension office at 503-325-8573.

Free tax help

OCEAN PARK — Seniors and low-income taxpayers can get free help with their 2010 Federal income taxes at the Ocean Park Timberland Library on Wednesdays beginning Feb. 2, from 11 a.m. to        3 p.m., through April 13. No appointment is needed — this is a “sign in and wait your turn” service. Please bring all current tax records (including all amounts of rebates/credits received in 2010), plus a copy of all 2009 tax records/return. If you need more information, call Yvonne Howell at 665-5845.

Writers’ Circle

OCEAN PARK — The Writers’ Circle that normal meets the first Wednesday of each month (Feb. 2) at the Ocean Park Library will not meet during the winter months — look for an announcement of meetings again in the spring and in the meantime, keep writing!

Advisory Board

LONG BEACH — The Pacific County Advisory Board meets at 4 p.m., on Feb. 2 at Willapa Behavioral Health, 2204 Pacific Highway North in Long Beach. Call 642-3787 for more information.

Relay for Life

LONG BEACH — Team members interested in Relay for Life of the Long Beach Peninsula meet at 6 p.m., on Feb. 2 at the Chautauqua Lodge in Long Beach. With the theme, Season of Hope, this is a wonderful way to help loved ones and those you know who have been touched by cancer. Committee meetings will be at 7 p.m., that same evening. If you have questions please call Lacie at 783-2094.

Heart to Heart lunch

ILWACO — Cardiologist Dr. Diana Rinkevich, from OHSU, will be one of three speakers at the annual Women’s Heart to Heart lunch, Feb. 4 from 11:30 a.m. to     2:30 p.m. at the Long Beach Elks Lodge. ‘One Heart at a Time’ is the theme of this year’s forum, which focuses on the unique health issues women face.  The event is co-sponsored by Ocean Beach Hospital Auxiliary and Gift Shop, and Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics. In addition to Dr. Rinkevich, other speakers will include Gwen Meyer, ARNP, from the Naselle Clinic; and Susie Fisher, RN, the regional program manager of the Providence Stroke Center in Portland. Tickets are available at Peninsula Pharmacies and Ocean Beach Hospital Gift Shop.  The cost is $7.  For more information, call Denise Ross, Ocean Beach Hospital’s diabetes educator, at 642-6308.

Travel workshop

LONG BEACH — On Feb. 7, the city of Long Beach will host a package travel workshop with Mark Hofman, a package travel professional with more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Hofman will discuss the concept of package travel, why a business may want to participate in the opportunity, and how to work with destination market organizations and tour operators. To be held at the train depot building on the north side of Dennis Company, the workshop will be split into the following time slot categories: attractions and retail at 9 a.m.; Long Beach hoteliers at noon; and restaurants at 3 p.m. For more information on Long Beach Package Travel or about the workshop, contact Ragan Andrew at 642-4421.

Be My ValenTeen

ILWACO — From 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 pm., Feb. 10 teens are invited to Ilwaco Timberland Library for ‘Be My ValenTeen.’ Secret crush? Sweethearts? Best friends? Come to the library and create a unique valentine for the one you love. This is an open studio where you can use your creativity and the library will provide the supplies. Sponsored by the Friends of the Ilwaco and Ocean Park Libraries. For more information call 642-3908.

Valentine Dance

ILWACO — On Feb. 12 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum is hosting their annual Valentine’s Dance at the museum. The theme is a fun ‘60s night, “Groovy thing goin’ on.” The event includes music, a no-host bar and hors d’oeuvres. Everyone is welcome. Get your ticket today by calling 642-3446.

‘Sound Of Music’ auditions

CHINOOK — After a respite of six months, the Peninsula Association of Performing Artists (PAPA) is taking on a new project — they will be performing ‘The Sound Of Music’ on the weekends of May 20 through June 12 at the historic Fort Columbia Theater in Chinook. Auditions for all the roles will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Feb. 19 and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Feb. 20 at Fort Columbia. With as many as 26 roles to fill, (from Maria, the postulant in an Abbey and soon to be governess of seven children, to the strong willed Captain Von Trapp and his many friends in the community and his wealthy fiancée, the Baroness Elsa Schrader), there are many needs and opportunities for those who love theatre to become involved.  If you have any questions or need to arrange another time for an audition, please call our Producer/Choreographer Cindy Flood at 665-3637.

Crab/oyster feed

ROSBURG — Get your ticket now for crab and oyster feed plus dance set for 6 p.m. to midnight on March 5 at the Rosburg Community hall. The cost is just $25 per person for the full evening, or if you just want to attend the dance the cost is $5. Get your tickets by calling 360-465-2234 or 360-465-2615.

Farmers Market volunteers

LONG BEACH — The Columbia-Pacific Farmers’ Market will get off the ground in May. An authentic farmers’ market, this event will be exclusively a food market dedicated to showcasing the spectacular eats of the Columbia-Pacific region and to supporting and celebrating the hardworking people who bring those foods to our community. The market will include 20 or so farmers, ranchers, fishers, growers, and package food producers, and will also feature entertainment and games. It will be a place to meet your neighbor every Friday afternoon/evening and have fun! Many volunteers will be needed each week from noon until 7:30 p.m., mid-May through September. Please contact Gayle Borchard at 642-4421 or planner@longbeachwa.gov if you wish to volunteer.

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