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Uncharted Shores Academy celebrates

Second-graders Alex Leto, left, and Fayth Aten display a poster they are making. Submitted Photo
Uncharted Shores Academy  (USA) has designated this week  as “We Love Our School” week.

The entire school is celebrating school spirit with contests, rallies and awards.

Each day the students are wearing the school colors of red, white and blue.

The students have been working on posters celebrating what makes the school distinctive, and will be voting on which posters to display at an upcoming Youth and Family Fair.

They are also writing poetry to express their feelings about the school, composing a school song, and making up school cheers to demonstrate their spirit at the all-school rally at the end of the week.

Unchartered Shores is a tuition-free public charter school located at 1545 California St.

For information call 464-9828.

Junior Miss pageant meeting scheduled

A meeting for parents and any high school junior girl interested in competing in this year’s Junior Miss scholarship program will be held at the fairgrounds in the upstairs board room, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m.

The meeting is to provide general information, what’s expected of the contestants and an overall review of the upcoming practice schedule. Junior must bring a current transcript to the meeting to confirm their eligibility.

The program this year is scheduled for April 18 at the Crescent Elk Auditorium.

The Junior Miss Program is a scholarship program for young ladies who are juniors in high school with at least a 3.0 grade-point average.

The contestants participate in five levels of competition: scholastics, interview, talent, self-expression and fitness.

More than $3,500 is given away in scholarship money, which is donated by local businesses and service organizations. This event is sponsored by the Crescent City Jaycees. The local winner goes on to compete in the state program in Bakersfield in August.

For additional information, call  Program Director Debra Wright at 218-6844.


Trophy for rally squad

The Crescent Elk Cougars eighth-grade cheerleaders took third place in the cheer competition at the Pacific Union eighth-grade basketball tournament Jan. 16-17 at Arcata High School. Submitted Photo

Engagement: Cardoza-Hanratty

Cardoza-Hanratty
Kelly Nicole Cardoza and Kevin Hanratty are engaged to be married May 23, 2009, at the Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church in Redlands, with a reception to follow at Halls of Redlands.

Cardoza, daughter of Angelo and Sandy Cardoza of Fort Dick, is a 1999 graduate of Del Norte High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in government from the University of Redlands in 2003, and a master’s degree in government from the California State University in Sacramento in 2007. She was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps in 2007 in Quantico, Va.

Hanratty is a 1996 graduate of St. Pious the X High School in Pottstown, Pa. In 2007 he graduated from Campbell University in Philadelphia, with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps in 2008 at Camp Lejune, N.C. His parents are Richard and Joyce Hanratty of Glenmore, Pa.

Births published February 11, 2009


Anniversary: Bob & Liz Freeman

Freeman
A golden wedding anniversary party to celebrate 50 years of love and commitment was held for Bob and Liz Freeman on Jan. 24, 2009, at their home in Crescent City. They were joined by over 50 family members who traveled from Oregon, Washington, throughout California, and as far away as Africa, to share in the special day.

Bob and Liz met at the Trees of Mystery in Klamath in 1956, and were married in Eureka on Jan. 30, 1959. They moved to Crescent City in 1964, where they raised their three children, Monroe, Patrick and Parthenia.

Bob retired in 1996 and enjoys gardening and golfing and is a member of Kings Valley Golf Club. Liz is active in Ladies Christian Fellowship, Crescent City Women’s Club, Republican Women’s Club, Grace Lutheran Church, and enjoys singing with her barbershop quartet.

They have been blessed over the years with eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Their greatest blessings continue to be their relationships with family and friends.


Military: Anthony Dinatale


Anthony Dinatale
Lance Cpl. Anthony Dinatale, U.S. Marine Corps, has returned to his hometown of Crescent City after serving in Iraq.

While here, he will visit his family and friends, and then travel on to his next mission. Anthony is a 2006 Del Norte High School graduate and has been a resident of Del Norte County since he was born.

We would like to express our gratitude to Anthony and wish him well on his next mission.

Welcome home, son.

Military: Eric R. Carter


Army Pfc. Eric R. Carter has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

He is the son of Michael Carter of Crescent City, and Kara DeGraaff of Perris.

The private graduated in 2004 from Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley.

During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises.


'River of Renewal'

Stephen Most addresses the audience Saturday at College of the Redwoods in Crescent City before a screening of his new film, ‘River of Renewal,’ a documentary dealing with water issues on the Klamath River. A screening was also held Friday at Yurok Tribe Headquarters. Photo courtesy Thomas Dunklin

Group gives student award


Delta Kappa Gamma, a sorority for educators, named Stephenie Reed as its January Student of the Month.

Stephenie has been volunteering for two years in Colleen Godwyn’s class for severely handicapped students at Bess Maxwell School. While working with students, Stephenie  motivates and encourages them using her great sense of humor. She dances with the students and pushes them in their wheel chairs while being an excellent role model for speech development.

Stephenie is always cheerful and is like a ray of sunshine that brightens everyone’s day when she walks in the room. We are very proud of Stephenie and her many accomplishments. Cong­rat­ulations!

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