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Ambulance runs reported

Grand Coulee’s ambulance crew responded to 19 calls during February, city council members learned last Tuesday night. Six calls were to Coulee Dam (32 percent), three were transports out of the area and 10 calls were in the Grand Coulee area. There were no fire calls, but there was one mutual aid call, and firefighters responded to Coulee Medical Center, where a bad sensor set off an alarm.

Three-event Easter for church

The Grand Coulee Community Church (Methodist) will hold a number of special events on Easter Sunday. The church will hold a sunrise service at Crown Point at 7 a.m., a breakfast at the church from 8:30 to 9:15, then church services follow at 10 a.m.

City council will meet earlier

The regular meeting of the city of Grand Coulee, originally scheduled for April 19, has been changed to April 12. The city will have a public hearing prior to the council meeting. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m.

Elmer City to put on Easter egg hunt

Elmer City will have an Easter egg hunt on Easter, Sunday, March 27, at 1 p.m. at the city park. The hunt will be in three age categories: five and under, 6-10, and 11 and older (no age limit). Help is needed with filling plastic eggs with candy and hiding the eggs. If you can help, call Mayor Gail Morin at 633-0526.

Lions Easter egg event

Saturday

The Grand Coulee Dam Lions Club will hold its annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, March 26, at the old middle school athletic field. The hunt is for children up to 10 years old, and will begin at 11 a.m. It is the Lions Club’s 79th year of holding the egg hunt.

Youth baseball enrollment Thursday

Sign-ups for Coulee Area Youth baseball, softball, and Babe Ruth (boys 13-15) will be held Thursday, March 24, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., at Lake Roosevelt Elementary.

Majority favor working with Cuba

An email survey distributed by Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-4th District) sent out Sunday morning had found by Monday morning that more than 57 percent of respondents favored normalizing diplomatic relations with Cuba. About 31 percent of the overwhelmingly Republican Central Washington district Newhouse represents in Congress was not in favor, and almost 12 percent were not sure.

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