Community Bulletin Board

Printed in the Aug. 29 Quad City Herald


Farmers Market

Bridgeport/Brewster Farmers Market are now open on Fridays. Bridgeport hours are 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in Firemans Park. Tom Dundas is the contact person, 686-8111. Brewster hours are 2-5 p.m. at the Grange Hall. Contact Marge Hagy 689-2748 for info. Fresh produce is now available at both Brewster and Bridgeport locations. Crafting vendors are also welcome.

Friday Night Pinochle

Join them starting at 6 p.m., at the Senior Center (you need not be a member) and have lots of fun. The group would love to have more players. Win $2 for High, and $1 for low, door prize, and pinochle. On Aug. 23 they had 6 players, and Ellen Ritchey won High, Pat Pittman got Low, and Jeannie Johnson recieved the Door Prize and Round Robin by Jo Davis, Join them for lots of fun. New faces and new friends always welcome.


Night Light Golfing

Lake Woods Golf Course in Bridgeport will be hosting Night Light Golfing, Saturday, Sept. 7. Tee time 5 p.m. $50 per person, $200 per 4-man team. Open to men and women, dinner included. For more information, call the clubhouse 689-5721.

Community meeting

An important Town meeting about the Bridgeport Fire Department will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at Bridgeport Elementary School Cafeteria, starting at 7 p.m.

Ladies golf

Ladies at Lake Woods Golf Course tee off Wednesdays, at 8:30 a.m. For more information call the club house at 686-5721.


Souvenir history book

Full-color, hard-back Pateros 100th year birthday souvenir books are available for purchase at Pateros City Hall.

Men's Golf

The Men's Golf Club play at 4:30 p.m, on Tuesdays at the Alta Lake Golf Course. For more information call 509-923-2095.

Women's Golf Club

The Alta Lake Golf Course Women's Group are meeting at the clubhouse. All are welcome to join. For questions contact Christi Boyd at 509-923-2114.


Earn diploma, GED

The Omak Learning Center, located in the WorkSource Office in Omak, can help students age 16-21 who want to earn their high school diploma or GED. For more information, call Monica Garza, (509) 826-7310. ext. 7546, or 1-800-887-8057.

American Cancer Society research study

The American Cancer Society is looking to local residents to help finish the fight against cancer by reaching full enrollment in a historic research study. Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3) will give scientists a better understanding of cancer causes and prevention. The Society is looking for local men and women between the ages of 30 and 65 from various racial/ethnic backgrounds with no personal history of cancer to help reach full enrollment of at least 300,000 people. For more information on the study and to enroll in Wenatchee, Twisp, or Omak, visit or contact Cynthia Rozyla at 208-661-9713 or


Lake Chelan Swim

Third annual Lake Chelan Swim Sept. 7, at Manson Bay Park, for residents and visitors. Contact

Shore to Shore Marathon

Half Marathon and 10K from Fields Point Landing to Manson Bay, Sept. 7. Contact Lake Chelan Chamber 509- 682-3503 or visit

Lake Chelan Sailing Regatta

Come sail Lake Chelan in one-design and open class racing for three glorious days in the west's most beautiful sailing venue Sept 8-9. Sailboats will vie for class and line honors after champagne - clear waters set in the Cascade Mountain Range. Visit

Guild B Home Tour

Lake Chelan Hospital Guild B presents its annual Home Tour and Art Sale which features five spectacular and unique homes Sept. 21. Call Alice Soma at 509-682-8711 or go to

Lake Chelan Hydro Fest

A great family event with two full days of inboard raceboats, featuring eight classes of hydroplanes and racing runabouts Sept. 21-22. The event is free to the public and is held on the Chelan City Marina and Don Morris Park. Contact John Walcker at 509-679-7166.

R/C Unlimiteds

This event on Sept. 27-29 features a group of hydroplane enthusiasts who race 1/8th scale Radio Controlled models of Unlimited hydroplanes, of the past and present, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Riverwalk Park.Visit or call 306-791-8336.

Fly & Bike

Hang glider and paraglider pilots compete in a bicycle race and in spot-landing and bomb-drop contests on Sept. 28. For more information George Sturtevant at


Support group

The new NCW Lyme Support Group meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month from 6:30 p.m. at 208 North Chelan Avenue in Wenatchee. They focus on providing information and resources to anyone whose life has been disrupted by Lyme disease as well as interested providers of care. Lyme is the most frequently occurring vector-borne infectious disease in the US and can cause arthritis, mental illness, and neurologic problems. The co-leaders of this group have over 18 years of cumulative experience with this debilitating illness. For further information, call Mary (RN) at 509 630-3400.

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