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Neighbors Briefs May 20

Senior Legal Services to offer free appointments with attorney

Peacock Elementary students show off community service

Family plans birthday bash as Betty Musser turns 85

Humboldt Area Foundation seeks grant requests

Births Published May 20, 2009

Engagement-Patterson, Clinton

Patterson, Clinton

Engagements-Sargent, Siedschlag Jr.

Scholarships avalable

California Department of Transportation scholarships avalable.

Student Spotlight for May 20, 2009

Helping out Anthony

Anthony Bookhammer, left, shares a moment with classmate Dante Ramirez at the May 6 spaghetti dinner at Joe Hamilton School. Submitted photo
Enoteca was the place to be April 25 as people rallied to support 7-year-old Anthony Bookhamer, who was severely burned in an apartment fire Jan. 11 that claimed the life of his mother.

The local band Three for the Road donated its talents for the event. Enoteca owners provided gift baskets, wine and jewelry raffled off during the evening, while staff members graciously put their earnings into the “hat” for Anthony.

Over $1,500 was placed into Anthony’s account at Washington Mutual (Chase Bank).

Then a spaghetti feed fundraiser was held May 6 at Joe Hamilton School’s multipurpose room. Anthony was able to attend the event and was joined by all of the firefighters who rescued him during the fire in January. They distributed 250 smoke alarms that were donated by Home Depot.


Vince Borg pounds down bolts that attach theater seats to the floor during a work party Saturday at the old Red’s Cinema, which the Lighthouse Repertory Theatre has purchased for a community theater venue. The Daily Triplicate/Michele Thomas

To see more photos from the clean up click here .

Neighbors briefs

Motorcycle Poker Run June 6

Emblem Club birthday bash

Local DAR chapter recognized

Summer youth programs receive funding

Twenty-five organizations were recently awarded mini-grants totaling $10,950 during a reception held by the Wild Rivers Community Foundation.

The foundation presented its seventh annual round of grants aimed at expanding and enriching the lives of Del Norte and Curry County children with the assistance of grant partners: The Patricia D. & William B. Smullin Foundation, PacifiCorp and St. Joseph’s Health System – Humboldt. 

Grants averaging $450 were given to City of Brookings: Safety City Program; Cub Scouts Pack 103: Summer Camp; Curry Chapter Special Olympics Oregon: Summer Bocce Ball/Track activities; Curry Youth Sports: Football and Cheer Scholarships; Del Norte Child Care Council: Glenn Street Hollow Latchkey Program; Del Norte Family Resource Center: Youth Book Club; Del Norte High School Music Boosters: North Coast Summer Band Camp; Del Norte Reads: Summer Reading Program; Del Norte Scouting Trust: Cub Scout Day Camp; Del Norte Youth Football: Football and Cheer Scholarships; Del Norte Youth Soccer Association: Soccer Scholarships; Elk Valley Artisans: Summer Youth Mural; Gateway Education: Summer Camp; Girl Scouts of Oregon: In the Zone Summer Day Camp; KASPER: Brookings-Harbor Summer Recreation Program; Langlois Public Library/Friends of the Langlois Library: Expansion of Education Toy Lending Program; Lighthouse Repertory Theatre: Performing Arts Day Camp; Manley Arts Center and Gallery: Art Camp; Oasis Shelter Home: Children/Youth Program; Southern Oregon Kite Festival: Kite Building Workshop; St. Joseph School: Summertime Program; Surfside Bruins ASA: Summer ASA Softball; and Time Flies Youth Organization, Inc.: Summer Program. 

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