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Teen Life Choices events held

From left to right: Ashley Powell, Devon Morgante, Michelle Morgante, Misty Ridenour, Mike Jones, and Micah Evans. Not pictured but also attending the class was student Amber Gensaw. Submitted photo
The Teen Life Choices group has two goals.

The first is to educate students regarding the negative risk factors of teen alcohol and drug use, and the second goal is to provide fun, positive, alternative skill building activities.

Thus far, the students have traveled to a Native American art show at the Westhaven Gallery in Trinidad, and have been to a live theater production of Jagun Fly at Humboldt State University.

The attached photo shows the students participating in a homemade pizza cooking lesson generously provided by Vita Cucina owners Devon and Michelle Morgante.

Future plans include a teen community barbeque, a trip to the newly refurbished Crescent City swimming pool, and a teen dance.



Student Spotlight for May 6, 2009


Births Published May 6, 2009


Engagement-Heise, Meyer-Zlokovich

Holly Amber Heise and A.J. Meyer-Zlokovich are engaged to be married July 11, 2009, in Crescent City.

Holly is the daughter of  Sandy and Jerry Webster.

A.J.’s parents are Jackie and Curtis Zlokovich and Jerry and Marilyn Meyer.

Junior Rangers

I wanted to share these photos taken April 15 of Emma, 6, and Phoebe, 11, taking their Junior Ranger pledges to preserve and protect our country’s national park lands while at the White House President’s Park in Washington, D,C.

I believe the Junior Ranger program is a great way to become active learners in our nation's most treasured national parks, monuments and historical sites. 

As homeschoolers at Castle Rock, we have been able to visit many places near and far to learn firsthand about the unique natural, cultural and historical treasures of our nation.

Bus allows Crescent City woman to meet 3-year-old grandson

Josephine Fromm of Crescent City has never seen her 3-year-old grandson, Ryan. But that’s about to change, thanks in part to the new Southwest POINT bus service.

A mother of 10 boys and one girl, all grown, 67-year-old Fromm lives on Social Security. Her youngest son, Jessie Westeagle Quarles, and Fromm’s grandson, Ryan, live in Alturas, on the eastern side of the Cascades, some 280 miles from Crescent City. Until recently, that distance kept the family apart.

“There just wasn’t any way for me to get from Crescent City to Alturas,” Fromm said. “Now, with the Southwest Point that goes to Klamath Falls, I can catch a bus from there to Alturas.”

Fromm read about the new service in The Daily Triplicate and shared her story with the newspaper. Soon, Fromm had a complimentary ticket for a trip from Crescent City to Klamath Falls and back as part of the new service “kickoff” celebration. From Klamath Falls, she’ll take the Sage Stage to Alturas and back.

One 3-year-old in particular is very excited to meet his grandmother.

For route, fare and ticket information, visit www.southwest-point.com or call (888) 900-2609.

Neighbors Briefs May 6

Youth Football pizza fundraiser

Del Norte Youth Football is holding a pizza fundraiser from noon-8 p.m. Saturday at Pizza Hut, 835 Northcrest Drive.
Dine-in, delivery or carry-out are available. Pizza Hut will donate 15 percent of all proceeds to DNYF. Funds will go toward new uniforms and football equipment.
Call Pizza Hut at 464-8308.

Brookings High reunion upcoming

Classmates from Brookings Harbor High  School Class of 1979 are being sought for a class reunion May 29-31 in Brookings, Ore.
Contact Connie McDonald (Hannan) at 954-2686 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Eighth-grader  honored for work

Kiersten Ferguson, an eighth-grade student at Crescent Elk Middle School, was recently honored by the teachers of Zeta-Iota of Delta Kappa Gamma, a society for educators, for her dedication as a student aide in Mrs. Ruppert’s second-grade class at Joe Hamilton School.
It was noted that she is very responsible and hard-working, completes all tasks promptly and accurately, works well with the students showing great patience, and helps in a kind, caring way. She will receive a certificate and a zip drive for her computer.

New old growth

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Mill Creek restoration under way


Those who have hiked, biked or spent time in the Mill Creek Addition know that it is someplace special.

But they may not know how special.

Redwood National and State Parks and the Save the Redwoods League have devoted a portion of the addition to a restoration program that seeks to create old-growth forest out of previously harvested and replanted tracks.

The 25,000-acre Mill Creek Addition was acquired in 2002 by the Save the Redwoods League with a coalition of conservation partners.


Art Auction

The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Local musician Dale Morgan checks out a painting Saturday during Crescent Harbor Art Gallery’s annual auction and salad luncheon fundraiser. 

To see more photos from the auction click here .

Search nets over 3,800 cigarette butts

Crescent Elk Middle School sixth-graders pose for a photo during the cleanup day outside Sutter Coast Hospital. Submitted Photo
On March 13, sixth grade students from Crescent Elk Middle School put their investigation skills to work and recovered 3,879 cigarette butts around Sutter Coast Hospital.

Grant Scholes, the Sutter Coast Hospital public relations officer, invited the students to the hospital and added the incentive of paying the students 5 cents for every cigarette butt found.

The students were divided into four teams, with each team having a leader who was responsible for keeping the kids in a search pattern and documenting the number of butts collected. The search lasted for approximately one hour and afterwards the students were provided lunch by the hospital staff.

The students considered this a Community Work Service Project in coordination with the Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Branch, Tobacco Use Prevention Program and opted to donate the money to the Crescent City Police Department’s K-9 Program.  This was a win-win opportunity whereby the hospital was able to raise awareness of the litter caused by cigarettes, and the students being invited back to tour the hospital and obtain ideas of future careers in the community.

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