Thank You, 29,877 Times

As 2017 fades away, and 2018 comes into focus, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank the companies and organizations who sponsor Lakewenatcheeinfo.com. In addition to funding the technical development and hosting of this website, our sponsors’ support has allowed us to raise and distribute $5,777 this year and $29,877 since 2011 to a number of community organizations.

We are proud of our sponsors and list them here. Please continue to support them, and the next time you see them, thank them for their support of Lake Wenatchee Info.

Lake Wenatchee Properties – Steve Craig
Leavenworth Electric & Excavation – Mike McComas
Icicle Creek Center for the Arts – Harriet Bullitt
TJ Custom Cut Lumber -Tim Gellatly
Butler Window Washing – Jeb & Sarah Butler
Sparkling Spas – Jeb & Sarah Butler
Grunwald Guild- Vonda and Jim Drees
Kahler Glen Athletic Club – Bill Miller
Comfy Cabins – Jeanie Bethel & Denise Ericson
Beaver Valley Lodge – Tom Kay
59er Diner – Joe Cannata
Midway Village – Gayle Evans
Cascade Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group – Jason Lundgren
First Choice Electric – Mike Brunelle
Harvest Valley Pest Control – David Kaylor

This year, we provided support to the following organizations that are key contributors to our community in their own right: [Read More…]

Update on Moose

We are currently following up on several leads that have come to our attention and we are exhausting each one until we cannot go any further.

One that has raised interest for us is the report of a late 70’s early 80’s 2-wheel drive blue Toyota pickup truck. We would like to speak to this person if we can find them. They are a person of interest and NOT a suspect. 2-wheel drive Toyota pickup trucks are odd for this area.

Thank you for any assistance you can provide.

Sergeant Dan Klump, Wildlife 26
Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
Law Enforcement Program – Region 2
3860 Chelan Highway North
Wenatchee, WA 98801

Cell: (509) 885-5411
danyl.klump@dfw.wa.gov

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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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