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Fundraiser attracts 1,000-plus

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Buyers bid on items during the auction at the March 29 dinner. Submitted photo.
 Del Norters came out in droves March 29 to support the fair.

 


Around Del Norte: A home to 50 kids over the years

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The Moore family finalizing adoption papers for two of their children (two boys seated) from the foster care system recently at the courthouse overseen by Judge Follett. Submitted photo.
 Michelle and Tom Moore love their kids — all 50 of them.

The Crescent City couple has been foster parents for the past 12 years for children ages newborn to 17. In the past 10 years, some have stayed with the Moores for just a few hours, others for a few years.

“Once our kids, always our kids,” is their motto. Three are their own and four are adopted.


Temple

 Jaden Arnold Temple was born Jan. 10, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and measured 21 1/2 inches. He joins brother Jesse. His parents are Evan and Angel Temple of Crescent City. His grandparents are Ava Huls, Gregory Fallis and Debbie Guilford, all of Sacramento, and Kathleen and Arnold Temple Jr. of Crescent City. His great-grandparent is Arnold Temple Sr. of Salem, Ore.


Isdell

Elijah Joseph Isdell
 Elijah Joseph Isdell was born Feb. 23, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces and measured 21 1/2 inches. His parents are Matthew and Samantha Isdell of Crescent City. His grandparents are Linda Boehnke, and Robin and David Huckabay, all of Crescent City, Jimmy Boehnke of Greenwood, and Phillip and Robin Isdell of Roseville. His great-grandparents are Joyce and Bob Morris of Smith River, and Barbara Dodson of Crescent City. 


Hansen, Standring

Hansen, Standring
 AmberLee Hansen of Sandy, Utah, and David Standring of Crescent City, are engaged to be married April 26, 2014, at the Salt Lake City temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 

AmberLee is the daughter of Brad and Paula Hansen of Sandy, Utah.

David is the son of James and Lori Standring of Crescent City.

The couple will hold a reception the evening of the wedding in Sandy, Utah, and also in Crescent City on June 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the LDS Church at 1031 A St. Friends are invited to attend.


Grist for the Mill: Acquired taste

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 It takes time for kids 
— and adults — to learn to love veggies

Angela Glore’s food column is printed monthly.

Ask most parents about meal times and you’ll hear horror stories about trying to get kids to eat their veggies. Many adults from the “clean plate era” may have stories of their own about sitting in front of cold Brussels sprouts for hours after dinner.

It doesn’t have to be that way. 

 


House Calls: End of Life: Think ahead about choices

House Calls runs monthly. Today’s column is written by Doris Fitch, a registered nurse at Sutter Coast Hospital and trainer at College of the Redwoods.

Patients often wonder about having all of their paperwork in order.  It’s important to take care of that ahead of time, when you are able.  It can provide more peace of mind if/when you are taken to the hospital. 

 


Local events abound for Easter and Passover

As expected, the season is bringing us more special services, and I’m sure there will be more than there is to list at this point.

Temple Beth Shalom will be celebrating Passover on April 19 at 4 p.m. at the Coast Guard Auxiliary Hall in Crescent City.

 


Venues open Friday for Spring Art Walk

Author’s appearance at Jefferson State Books represents one of 19 possible places to go 

Read more...Adult visitors to the redwood parks are usually looking up at the world’s tallest trees, but their kids may well be looking down at, say, banana slugs.

Children’s fascination with the living things in the woods inspired seasonal park ranger Christine Walters to write and illustrate “Anna the Banana Slug.”


Time to yank that ivy

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English ivy forms dense ground cover and climbs trees, sometimes choking off the nutrients that redwoods need. Courtesy of Redwood National and State Parks
Redwood National and State Parks is seeking volunteers to help remove invasive exotic plants.

Become a steward of your national and state parks on Saturday by helping remove English ivy from Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.


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