Pearl Hughes Guild scheduled
to meet Friday
Sunnyside’s Pearl Hughes Guild of the Seattle Children’s
Hospital and Medical Center will hold its monthly meeting this coming Friday,
Nov. 17, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sunny Spot Restaurant.
Ethel Hall will provide the gift for the November hostess
gift project. All proceeds benefit the Seattle hospital.
Guild members are scheduled to present their monetary gifts
at Friday’s meeting, which will be sent to the Seattle children’s hospital and
used to purchase toys for youngsters who are patients there.
‘Share a hobby’ meeting agenda for Nouvella ladies
This Thursday, Nov. 16, the Nouvella Club will meet at noon
at Sunnyside’s Snipes Mountain Restaurant. Instead of bringing in a guest
speaker, club members will participate in “Let’s Share a Hobby Day.”
Club members are encouraged to attend and pick up some
creative ideas for the approaching holiday season.
Community residents interested in joining the Nouvella Club
are encouraged to contact Edith Higgins (882-2093).
Adolf new chair
of Fourth District Democratic group
YAKIMA – Dany Adolf of Wapato is the new chair of the 4
Congressional District Democratic Committee, succeeding Keith Gourley of
Kennewick, who helped found the organization four years ago.
The reorganization meeting was held in Yakima’s Carpenters
Hall last Saturday. The meeting drew Democrats from Yakima, Kittitas, Skamania,
Chelan and Grant counties.
Timi Keene of White Salmon was elected first vice chair and
Russell Shjerven of Toppenish was named second vice chair of the group.
Re-elected were treasurer Tom Zeilman of Yakima and secretary Ted Higley of
“We worked hard on the Richard Wright campaign for Congress
this fall,” said the new chair, Adolf. “While not successful, we plan to mount
a more vibrant campaign to elect a Democrat to Congress from the 4
Congressional District in the 2008 election,” he added. “In the meantime, we
will work to expand and strengthen our membership.”
‘Partying in Pink’ offered to girls while mothers go holiday
GRANDVIEW – Crafts, games, prizes, dancing, food and plenty
of fun will be found at the “Partying in Pink” get-together on the unofficial
first shopping day of the holiday season.
Girl Scouts Cadette Troop #392 will host the girls-only
party the day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 24, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Holiday shoppers are being urged to drop off their
daughters, granddaughters and nieces that day at the First Assembly of God
Church meeting room, located at 5
and Concord in Grandview.
Registration will be from 10 to 11 a.m. at the church, at a cost of $25 per
girl. Because there is room for only 25 girls, ages 7 to 9, pre-registration is
encouraged (901-4118 or 894-4895).
Proceeds raised from the Girl Scouts fundraiser will be used
to pay for troop activities.
All girls who attend are encouraged to wear pink that day.