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Church Notebook: Think about inviting a visitor to church

As I write this, (on Thursday), it’s a bit earlier than usual today due to the holiday. I look out my window and see a breezy but sunny day and think it looks like we just might be going to have nice weather for the Fourth for a change. It seems like so many of them since I’ve returned to Crescent City have been less than desirable, weather-wise, with many of our visitors voicing disappointment it in the past.

Traffic, of course, has picked up big time, so once again, as is my habit, I remind us all about being more alert and courteous than usual. People come from all over for our Fourth, and we should make them feel welcome. We need to remember that out of that number, there will be some “newbies” who will be confused by our streets, and may well ask for directions to this or that.

Engagement: St. Pierre, Padron

Emily Ellen St. Pierre and Charles Robert Padron
Emily Ellen St. Pierre and Charles Robert Padron are engaged to be married. Emily is the daughter of Patricia St. Pierre of Crescent City and Tom St. Pierre of Quartz Hills. Emily is employed at BJ’s Restaurant and Brewery in Palmdale. Charles is the son of Iona and Roberto Padron of Lancaster. He is employed as a contractor and attended California State University, Northridge.

Birth: Marvin

Aylee Laine Marvin
Aylee Laine Marvin was born April 3, 2014, at Asante Three Rivers Medical Center in Grants Pass. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and measured 19.5 inches. Her parents are Jesse and Stefanie Marvin of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Steve and Doris Hendrick and Doug and Cheryl Marvin, both of Crescent City.

Birth: Aria


Clarity Grace Aria
Clarity Grace Aria was born June 6, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and measured 21¾ inches.

Birth: Spitzner


Blake Robert-Craig Spitzner
Blake Robert-Craig Spitzner was born June 9, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. He weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 21 inches.

Time slows down at Tall Trees Rendezvous

Browsers on Trader’s Row are reflected in a mirror at one of the tents selling goods. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
David Kahn doesn’t need matches to have a fire going in less than 10 seconds.

Kahn, also known as Doc, grasped the steel striker in his right hand and let fly with his left, raining sparks on char cloth and shredded hemp. When the cloth began to smolder, Kahn put the fiber to his lips and blew smoke.

“I believe chert gives a hotter spark than flint,” he said. “Nine seconds is about average.”

Veteran, businessman celebrates 90

Troy Wilson has lived in Del Norte County for 17 years. Submitted photo
As the years go by, men like Troy Wilson seem to be a dying breed.

At 17, Wilson was with the U.S. Navy fighting Vichy France in Casablanca in 1942. He was there as American troops made their way through Sicily to Salerno in 1943, and he saw both invasions of France in 1944.

After a short stint as a mail carrier, Wilson took up arms again in Korea, fighting in the battles of Inchon, Wonsan and Hun Sham. He received an honorable discharge in 1954 when a bout of polio paralyzed the left side of his body. Wilson said he still has problems swallowing.

Confluence of boating and costumes on Smith River at next week’s Gasquet Raft Race

Who needs sunscreen when you have face paint? Whimsical dress for racers and boats alike are encouraged at the event. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
The 45th annual Gasquet Raft Race, one of the longest-running events in the mountain town known for crystal-clear swimming holes on the Smith River, will take place on Saturday, July 12. 

The race, hosted by the Gasquet American Legion, often becomes much more of a floating costume contest than a speed competition, but awards will be presented for the fastest boater in each category as well as the more fantastic awards of best decorated raft ensemble and best costume.

C.C. native’s book tackles Nev. sheriff’s life, murder

Jackie Boor will have a book signing on Saturday at Del Norte Office Supply. Photo courtesy of Jackie Boor
Jackie Boor was 34 before she really got to know her great-grandfather. 

Until she attended a family reunion in 1985, Boor, who grew up in Crescent City, only knew that Thomas Logan had been a Nye County, Nev., sheriff who was killed in the line of duty. It wasn’t until she heard the conflicting stories about Logan’s death and met his alleged killer’s nephew that Boor began digging into her family’s past. She found out that her grandfather’s murder trial shaped the careers of some of Nevada’s most prominent citizens.

Art Scene July 3, 2014

Youth Performing Arts Camp soon

Lighthouse Repertory Theatre’s seventh annual Summer Performing Arts Camp will be held July 22–25 and July 28–31 at Mary Peacock Elementary School, 170 Arlington Drive. 

Students entering the second through ninth grades are welcome to register by July 7, and need-based scholarships are available. Cost is $100 for one week or $150 for two weeks, and a 10-percent sibling discount is offered. 

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