Pancake breakfast fun……………….

The Lake Wenatchee Fire & Rescue Auxiliary annual pancake breakfast, bazaar, bake sale and Santa visit was held at the Rec Club on Dec 3rd and again built on it’s popularity of the past. In excess of 300 breakfasts were served, 51 themed gift baskets raffled off and 65 kids visited Santa. Some funding was raised to support our firefighters with equipment and training materials so a lot of fun

and good things happened that day. Thanks to a great community!!

LWFR recruits complete training

 Recruit firefighters from Lake Wenatchee Fire & Rescue and Chelan County Fire Districts 3 & 6 conducted their final live fire training exercise on Saturday, Dec 9th, ending their 150+ hours of basic training. Pictured are members of the class with Lt/Instructor Marcus Wells of Fire District 3. Debra Wadkins, Rose Robinson and Kieran Justus of Lake Wenatchee Fire and Rescue were among the graduates. Congratulations!

The Lake Wenatchee Winter Recreation Assoc is getting ready for winter. The ice rink at Kahler Glen is provided for all to use, free of charge, by the generous support of volunteers and donors. There are a variety of skates, kids and adult sizes, available to borrow too.

FUNDS: Make a contribution on this GoFundMe page, Support Skate Kahler. The Assoc needs to raise enough money to hire a part time coordinator to organize volunteers and cover the gaps, if interested in this position please contact Gary Schuster Gary’s Email . To use the golf course rink a volunteer must be on site during hours when the rink is open.

LAKE WENATCHEE INFO are pleased to provide $500 for the Ice Rink.

Volunteer: If you are willing to help clear the rink of snow, or help flood the rink to keep the ice smooth, please email Gary Schuster Gary’s Email to be added to the volunteer list.

Freezing: Of course we need a week or so of cold weather to set the ice, so after you have made your donation, please cross your fingers for cold!

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 This Friday, December 8th, we will continue the monthly public meetings with County Commissioner Overbay in Plain. These informal “Coffee with Kevin” meetings have been well attended and very informative. Kevin plans to bring Sherriff Brian Burnett and Eric Pierson, the county engineer, who will discuss hazardous tree removal and tour de bloom. So tell your friends and bring your questions or comments.

We will meet from 9 to 11am in the Conference Room at Beaver Valley Lodge. This is the building immediately to the South of Plain Grocery. Coffee and refreshments will be provided.




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Don’t forget the annual Lake Wenatchee Fire and Rescue Auxiliary pancake breakfast, bazaar, bake sale and Santa visit this Saturday, December 2nd, at the Rec Club on Chiwawa Loop Road. Breakfast is served from 8 to 11:30 and raffle drawings for a beautiful quilt and themed gift baskets will be at 11:30. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus and their Elf will be there will be there for the kids. Come on over- you’ll have a good breakfast and a good time and do a good thing for your community at the same time!

Young snowmobilers certification class Dec 9th

 The Chelan County Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and the Lake Wenatchee Recreation Club, is offering a free Snowmobile Safety Certification Class to young snowmobilers in December.
The free class is designed for youth ages 12 to 16 but is open to new riders of all ages. The class is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 9th at the Lake Wenatchee Recreation Club, 14400 Chiwawa Loop Rd, Leavenworth, WA. Lunch will be provided for the participants by the Lake Wenatchee Rec. Club.
The key to safe snowmobiling lies in the operator’s knowledge, capabilities, limitations and understanding of the machine. It is recommended that snowmobilers be aware of weather and trail conditions and the safety of other winter sports enthusiasts, while respecting wildlife and the environment. The snowmobile safety course training includes:
• Basic snowmobile maintenance.
• Survival skills and dealing with emergencies, including avalanche awareness.
• The proper clothing and equipment for winter weather.
• Hand signals while riding and other basic skills.
• Properly preparing for a ride.
• Riding skills test
Registration deadline is December 6th. A parent or guardian will need to sign a consent form for each child registered and sign them out at the conclusion of the class. For more information or to register, contact Rich Magnussen with the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office at (509) 667-6508 or email .