Thursday, Sept 25
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ABERDEEN AMERICAN LEGION, 112 W. 1st St., bingo Sundays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m.
As the leaves begin turning colors, fall to the ground and crunch under your shoes, as the evening light fades and the air slowly cools, we find ourselves desiring warmth inside and out. For the outside, grab that wool sweater from high on your closet shelf, build a fire from sticks that have fallen to the ground, sit close and cuddle up with your favorite people.
Re-vision Hoquiam invites everybody to lace up the walking shoes, adjust the bike seat, charge the smartphone and, if so inclined, put on some zombie makeup and head downtown this weekend.
No moss lies under the Driftwood Players. With two weeks left in the production of Lost in Yonkers, they announce their next performance. “Give ‘em Hell, Harry!”
Vincent Price delivers suspense and horror at the House of Wax, at 7th Street Theatre October 4-5
It’s a fact that cats hate going to the veterinarian and cat owners hate taking their cat to the vet’s office. Studies indicate that 60% of cat owners report that their cat hates going to the veterinarian and 38% of cat owners report that they get stressed just thinking about bringing their cat to the practice. But, providing good health care for your cat can allow your cat to live a longer, more comfortable life. However, this cannot happen unless your cat sees his veterinarian for needed care. Here are some suggestions to help make your cat’s visit to the veterinarian easier on you and your cat.
The best, most justifiable divorce is hell. It goes downhill from there in a big hurry. Which is why I admire people who can negotiate that hell with honor, justice and equity.
Autumn has officially arrived according to the calendar, but the beachers all know it’s here because you can still drive the backroads admiring the beginning blush of fall colors and listen to the purr of Kenworths, the powerful growl of the Peterbilts and the heavy sounds of a Mack changing gears on a hill.
Dear Abby: I am a 35-year-old single man. Three years ago, I took legal custody of my niece (who is now 8) to prevent her from becoming a ward of the state. Her parents were drug addicts. Shortly afterward, my mother moved in to help me raise her, which is greatly needed and appreciated.
Dear Abby: My wife is in a nursing home and will be for a long time. While I was caring for her at home, I was very lonely. She wasn’t there for me except to demand that I do this and that.
Volunteers for Grays Harbor Habitat for Humanity know that the phrase “home is where the heart is” holds an almost literal meaning. Each volunteer puts their heart into each project.
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Dear Abby: My birthday is in 26 days and my dad just told me he is not going to get me a birthday present. And I really want an iPod Touch for school. I’m in the fifth grade and everyone in my class has an iPod Touch, iPad or iPhone. EXCEPT ME!