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Student Spotlight March 11, 2014

Redwood School

• Students of the Month (Jan.): Hailey Moerke, Romelo Contreras-Ferrer, Lakayla Gardenhire, Jace Crabb, Allie Castellaw, Charles Going, Jabar Al-Kaledy, Anders Axelson, Olivia Morris, Brianna Gavin, Carson Gustafson, Kaleb Fairgood, Autinayea Bommelyn, Anthony Slayton, Kineo Memmer, Zeke Simpson, Casey Dickerson, Ashli Dickinson

Birth: Irelynn Dawn Miller

Irelynn Dawn Miller
Irelynn Dawn Miller was born Jan. 15, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital.

Birth: Kamryn Elizabeth Nolan

Kamryn Elizabeth Nolan
Kamryn Elizabeth Nolan was born Feb. 3, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital.

Country newcomer sings here March 22

Fresh off his latest album, Frankie Ballard scheduled for performance at Elk Valley Casino

Frankie Ballard recently released the album “Sunshine & Whiskey,” below. “I am all about touring.” Submitted
Country newcomer Frankie Ballard has just released the album “Sunshine & Whiskey” and is headed for Crescent City to celebrate.


Del Norte native thrives

Morgan O’Shaughnessey and pianist Jacob Tchorvewski. Submitted
Morgan O’Shaughnessey, a Del Norte native, started playing the violin at age 5, when he took lessons from local violinist and longtime teacher Sybil Wakefield.

In June, he will perform a concert for the president of the Italian Republic of Italy at the Quirinale Palace in Rome, which will also be broadcast live on Italian National Radio.

The Lowest Pair performing Sat.

The Lowest Pair’s Winter and Lee. Submitted
The Pistol River Concert Association will host Lowest Pair at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Pistol River Friendship Hall.

The Lowest Pair is a quirky, old-time-roots-influenced duet, featuring the high lonesome harmonies of banjo pickin’ songsters Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee.

Around Del Norte: The return of the pelican statue

Carol Blount is happy to have her pelican statue back after it was stolen from her front yard last month. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Ah, the power of the written word.

When a treasured pelican statue was stolen from Carol Blount’s front yard in Smith River recently, she picked up a pen and wrote a letter to the editor, hoping to admonish the perpetrator.

Cemetery work to continue Sat., March 15

In Oddfellows section, brush is cut, sites swept 

Volunteers pose for a photo during a Crescent City Cemetery cleanup on Feb. 22. Submitted
Volunteers cut back overgrown landscaping and swept off relic grave sites at the International Order of the Oddfellows section of the Crescent City Cemetery on Feb. 22.

3 local churches team up for Prayer Day

The inspiring World Day of Prayer was celebrated Friday, evening at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Crescent City.

This was a women’s prayer service, but men were welcome. The World Day of Prayer has been going on annually in late February or early March since 1927, but it didn’t get started in Crescent City until sometime after that.

Student Spotlight March 4, 2014

Margaret Keating School

• Students of the Month (Jan.): Kaget Dowd, Keyonni Scott, Eyan Ujcich Smith, Vincent Tracy, Anastasia Nechayev, Nalia Nechayev

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