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Birth: Dominic William Ray Welch

Dominic William Ray Welch was born at 6 p.m. Sept. 6, 2015, at Curry General Hospital in Gold Beach, Oregon. He weighed 7 pounds 4.1 ounces and measured 21 inches. Dominic’s parents are Marie Crick and Andrew Welch of Brookings. He joins brothers Jason and Connor. Dominic’s grandparents are William and Sally Passmore and Danny and Patty Welch. His great grandfather is Norman Pitchford.

Wedding: Patterson, Thorpe

Read more... Julie Patterson and Chris Thorpe were married Aug. 22, 2015, at the Hiouchi residence of Julie’s parents.

Julie is the daughter of Cindy and Bill Patterson and works for Yurok Head Start, First 5 Del Norte and the Harrington House.

Chris is the son of Patricia Thorpe and the late Richard Thorpe and is the Del Norte County Veterans Service officer.

Coastal Cleanup 2015

Students tally up what they uncover in the grass and sand. Del Norte Triplicate / Laura Jo Welter
 More than 500 local students participated in a statewide Coastal Cleanup Day on Friday, including 130 eighth graders from Crescent Elk Middle School, who combed the beach between the mouth of Elk Creek and Crescent City Harbor for unwanted debris.

Mini farmers market at Latino celebration

Open Door Clinic putting on event Sunday in Smith River

Local health advocates hope Smith River’s Latino community comes out for a celebration Sunday geared toward getting folks to incorporate more fresh foods in their diet.

The event will include a mini farmers market offering for purchase local organic vegetables, something that has been difficult for many residents in Smith River to do since the community’s only supermarket closed two years ago.

“There are no vegetables in this town,” said David Brambila, owner of La Joya Market, who is providing the venue for the Latino Health Awareness Month celebration. “Nobody sells fruits or vegetables. Everybody needs to go to Crescent City or Brookings and some don’t have cars to drive.”

Church Notebook: Don't forget about Operation Christmas when donating this holiday season

As the holiday season approaches, we will be confronted with numerous organizations competing for our donations.

You name it, there will be a collection for it.

But this time of year is when we start working on Operation Christmas Child.

A program sponsored by Samaritan's Purse, it is only one of a number of their humanitarian efforts.

Licciardello to perform "No Plan B" at Cornerstone Assembly of God

Grammy-nominated Christian singer Carman Licciardello will be at the Cornerstone Assembly of God church Tuesday with his No Plan B Tour.

Licciardello has performed for crowds of up to 80,000 people in Tennessee, Texas and South Africa and has received seven Dove Awards, four Grammy nominations and 16 gold and platinum albums and videos.

His latest album, “No Plan B” and his tour were made possible through the crowd-funding platform Kickstarter. Licciardello launched the Kickstarter Campaign after revealing his multiple myeloma cancer diagnosis on social media in 2013.

Fireworks Ensemble

The Fireworks Ensemble, composed of eight members, was one of New York City's first indie classical bands. Photo courtesy Fireworks Ensemble
 Classical new music with a pop opens in Del Norte-Curry Community Concert Season

Music in the Redwoods (presented by Del Norte-Curry Community Concerts) begins its 2015–16 concert season with a classical crossover chamber band, Fireworks Ensemble, playing at Crescent Elk Auditorium on Friday, Sept. 25, 2015, at 7 p.m.  The innovative band will be playing a program titled American Tapestry, which celebrates the diversity of American music from classical to rock, blues to bluegrass, and Lindy Hop to hip hop, revealing the hidden threads that tie traditions together.

Other offerings for the season include Presidio Brass on October 11, 2015; Svetlana Smolina (classical piano) on March 6, 2016; and The Young Irelanders (Celtic music and dance) on May 20, 2016. A season pass for all four concerts may be purchased at the door at Friday night’s performance.

It's a baby shower, for moms and dads

New moms and dads are invited to celebrate their new arrival and connect with other new moms and dads at a community baby shower Saturday.

The shower is for parents who are expecting a baby in the next six months or moms and dads who have delivered an infant in the last six months, said Amira Long, program and facility manager for the First 5 Family Resource Center, which is hosting the event.

It will not only be a chance for new parents to score onesies, diapers, bottles and other baby swag, new parents will be able to meet up with family-oriented organizations like the Open Door Clinic, the Del Norte Child Care Council, WIC, the Breastfeeding Coalition and the Nurse Family Partnership. Representatives from the Community Food Council, Champions for Change and the Tobacco Use Prevention Program will also provide information at the Community Baby Shower, Long said.

Little Free Libraries coming to Klamath

Kids at the Klamath Berry Festival paint First 5 Del Norteís new Little Free Libraries. The libraries will be installed in Klamath Glen and near the fire station in Klamath. Photo courtesy of Melissa Lockwood
 Klamath residents will have more access to free books without traveling to Crescent City.

Workshop under Gasquet skies showcases solar cooking

Harnessing rays of the sun to make dinner may seem like a futile effort in Crescent City, which may be why Gasquet is the venue for the Community Food Council’s latest workshop.

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