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Members of the J.M. Weatherwax High School Class of 1944 pose for a picture at their 70th reunion on Thursday at the Aberdeen Elks Lodge. Pictured are, back row from left, Laila Walli Selva, Thelma Walczyk, Mary Mihovilich, Betty Dragecevich, Ruth Gribos Wayman, Willie Erickso Stout, Lorne Lusier, Don Olson, and Bob Inglin. In the front row, from left, are John Whalen, Jeannette Fostadt, Joan Jahnson, Bill Endicott, Dan Thein, Anne Brachvogel, Stan Laaksonen and Harold Wyninger.
SPOKANE — Savannah Hieronymus of Ocean Shores has been named to the Whitworth University Laureate Society for spring semester 2014.
The South Beach Arts Association (SBAA) will present an “Art in Coastal Gardens” tour Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Westport. The tour features seven private garden oases identified by the South Beach Kinnikinnick Garden Club as well as commercial gardens.
Seabrook on Saturday is celebrating its 10th year with Founder’s Day Weekend. Several activities are planned and they are open to the public.
RAYMOND— Got a great selfie, a picture everyone swears is the ugliest thing they have ever seen or a fine piece of photographic art?
The Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) is hosting a spaghetti feed and karaoke Saturday, July 19, at the Raymond Elks. Dinner will be served from 6-8 p.m., with singing to follow.
Grays Harbor College spring quarter honor roll
Aberdeen High School, Class of 1984 has scheduled its 30-year class reunion for the weekend of Sept. 19.
The American Red Cross, Pacific NW Region has announced five blood drives in July on the Twin Harbors.
Grays Harbor College’s annual GED/High School Completion graduation ceremony is planned for Wednesday, June 25. The event begins at 7 p.m. at the Bishop Center, although GED recipients will meet at 6:30 p.m. for a group photo. The ceremony honors GED recipients, as well as high school diploma recipients through the High School Completion and High School +21 programs.
Here are some recommendations from The Daily World for activities worth leaving the house.
The Ocosta and Lake Quinault school districts have announced sponsorship of the Simplified Summer Food Program for Children. Meals will be made available at no charge to attending children 18 years of age and younger.