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Church Notebook: Enjoy holidays, but have compassion for those who can’t

Foursquare Church presents its Singing Christmas Tree today at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
Getting ready for Christmas has been a bit of an issue at my house this year. I suppose I should have expected it, as Jake has objected quite strenuously in the past to any major change. But then, I guess a lot of us don’t like change once we get set in a pattern.

Bird & Prey

Read more...A juvenile red tail hawk dines on its kill Wednesday afternoon at Beachfront Park.  The most common hawk in North America, these raptors are easily spotted perched on roadside poles scanning the ground for prey.

Heroes hit the stores Saturday for gifts

Firefighters, law enforcement, EMTs and Coast Guard officers are taking more than 100 kids shopping on Saturday.

But instead of buying toys for themselves, local heroes will show the kids the value of picking out a gift for someone else.

Choirs invite community to holiday feast

Del Norte High School choir director Dan Sedgwick and the Madrigals sing carols while dressed in Renaissance garb at last year's holiday dinner show. Submitted photo
Del Norte High School’s Madrigals and Women’s Chamber choirs will visit celebrations of Christmases past and are inviting the community to join them.

Foursquare’s singing tree show this week

Foursquare Church will present its Singing Christmas tree this week.

Wearing humble pie

Pine Grove Elementary Principal Billy Hartwick is showered with pies by Bess Maxwell students, above, and Principal Shaun Ball, below left.
Principal Billy Hartwick received a pie in the face from students at Bess Maxwell Elementary School on Friday. Hartwick’s school, Pine Grove Elementary, lost an attendance throw-down to Bess Maxwell by one percentage point.

Cory's People: Youthful ‘Doc’ had wonderful time in the Navy

She was a go-go dancer in Huntington Beach before she joined the U.S. Navy. She’s wicked smart, rattling off medical terminology much faster than I can keep up. 

She was pretty — still is. Says she had long blonde hair and a “big smile.”

Future Farmers: Club aims to make spirits bright with light show

From Dec. 14 through Christmas Eve the Del Norte FFA chapter will be hosting the Drive Through Christmas Light Show at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds.

Candles for those we’ve lost

Those who have lost a child or a loved one will have two opportunities to light a candle in their remembrance.

United Methodist Church of the Redwoods in Klamath will offer a Blue Christmas service Saturday.

Li’l red in the redwoods

The Dell’Arte Company performs “Li’l Red in the Redwoods” in Klamath next week. Submitted
The Dell’Arte Company will bring a re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood to Klamath next week.

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