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CMC Guild

to offer goods at

Colorama

The Coulee Medical Center Guild will have a booth at the Colorama Festival at North Dam Park selling Moso bags, seasoned salts, plants, and both coffee and cold water.

Students’ rock painting draws police

Eighteen Lake Roosevelt students were confronted by police for painting rocks in the vicinity of Crown Point. Police were told that painting the rocks was a tradition of the senior class, but the officer explained that it is illegal to do so. A list of the students was given to the principal of the school. Douglas County officials failed to respond to the incident. No citations were issued, but the students’ parents were advised.

Pathway

workshop set

The Electric City Pathways Project public workshop will be held from 1-4 p.m., Saturday, May 14, at the Veterans’ Center. The workshop, conducted by a team from Washington State University, is open for the public and is designed to gather input from local residents.

Button

drawing at

1 p.m.

Saturday

The Colorama Festival Button drawing for prizes will be at 1 p.m., Saturday, May 7, at North Dam Park. Among the drawing gift items are a TV, a barbecue, and a host of gift certificates.

Buttons are $3 at local businesses. You must be present to win.

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