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Youth and Family Fair

Ayden Stover, 4, holding a turtle at the Uncharted Shores Academy booth. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 The Youth and Family Fair, an annual event at the fairgrounds, which was held in conjunction with an Earth Day festival, took place Saturday.   Over 30 local organizations put on the event, which featured numerous activities for children.   
Jenna White, 12, performing with the Baile de la Paloma; Ryan O’Laughlin.  Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Jenna White, 12, performing with the Baile de la Paloma; Ryan O’Laughlin. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson

Floored by generosity: Giving back to the community

Flooring supervisor Erwin Vallejo and receiving supervisor Rick Clayburn install flooring at the Hiouchi visitors center. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
  Parks get donations of materials and labor from Home Depot for visitors center

Thanks to Home Depot, the Redwood National and State Parks visitors center in Hiouchi received a new floor.

Representatives from the Crescent City store ripped out the center’s worn out carpeting and installed wood laminate flooring on Thursday. Home Depot donated the materials and installation to give the visitors center a more cheerful look.

“They’ve continued to come to the rescue when we needed assistance,” said Debi White, north district manager for the Redwood Parks Association in a written statement. 

4-H’ers model their fashion skills

Our local 4-H’ers graced the red carpet on April 5 during the “Red Carpet Under a Starry Night” 4-H Fashion Revue, illuminating the young models who showed off their clothing entries at the Addie Meedom House to an audience of family members and residents.

This year’s show featured everything from reversible aprons to satin and lace dresses. The participants in each division constructed and/or purchased a garment and then modeled it. Our primary members also participated by making their own styling duct tape vests. 

Donations go toward refurbishing portable stage

The stage is used at events throughout the county, including the deck party. Del Norte Triplicate file/ Bryant Anderson
 Fair seeks more funds for project

The Del Norte County Fairgrounds received a grant last month to refurbish the portable stage that is used at the fairgrounds and throughout the county.

Fair Manager Randy Hatfield said the portable stage is in disrepair and the grant will go a long way toward getting it back into shape.

Birth: Avlynn Shiann Hogan

Avlynn Shiann Hogan
 Avlynn Shiann Hogan was born Feb. 13, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and measured 20¼ inches. She joins sibling Jordan Hogan. Her parents are Garret and Shiann Hogan of Crescent City. 

Birth: Mia Carlin Garcia-Levy

Mia Carlin Garcia-Levy
 Mia Carlin Garcia-Levy was born April 16, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and measured 19 inches. She joins brother Jayden Armando Garcia-Levy. Her parents are Jorge “The Bartender” Garcia and Jessyca Garcia-Levy of Crescent City. 

Birth: Owen Baird Woodral

Owen Baird Woodral
 Owen Baird Woodral was born Feb. 15, 2014, at 4:06 a.m. in Turlock. He weighed 9 pounds, 7.1 ounces and measured 22 inches. He joins sister Kiley. His parents are Garrett and Jenna Woodral of Turlock. 

Bob Moore new V.P at credit union

Bob Moore
 Bob Moore recently joined Coast Central Credit Union as vice president, member loan services/chief credit officer.

Church Notebook: Scattered in different places, Del Norters celebrate Easter

Well, at least Easter Sunday was a nice day! Just about perfect, I’d say. And while it may be windy and rainy since, we really do need to remember how much we need the water and be thankful.

Uncharted Shores Academy: Students show their stuff

Baux Ridgway and Teagan McCubbin perform Johnny Appleseed as part of the Uncharted Shores Academy Presentation Fair on March 20.
 Uncharted Shores Academy students recently invited their parents and the public to a presentation of final term projects, displays, and dramatic performances.

USA conducts thematic, interactive education, which includes students working towards final presentations to be performed or displayed at a presentation fair at the end of each term. This not only gives students a method to demonstrate what they have learned, it also provides parents with a snapshot of the type of learning students receive at the academy. 

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