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Military Published Jan. 14, 2009

Logan R. Coleman

Air Force Airman Logan R. Coleman has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

He is the son of Micheal and Wendy Coleman of Crescent City, and a 2008 graduate of Del Norte High School.

During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, core values, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and received physical training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises, and special training in human relations.

In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate in applied science degree relating through the Community College of the Air Force.


Club makes holiday gifts

CASA of Del Norte Executive Director Susie Minx (left) accepts the Soroptimist donation for gift cards from club President Norma Niblack. Submitted Photo
Santa Soroptimist was at it again! Soroptimist International of Crescent City made two more donations over the holiday season, one to CASA of Del Norte and one to Harrington House.

The donation to CASA of Del Norte was for gift cards for use by their volunteer advocates, and the children they advocate on behalf of, at community establishments, such as McDonalds, Tsunami Lanes, and Crescent City Cinemas. Since CASA advocates are all volunteers, outings such as these are usually paid for out of their own pockets. This will allow the advocates and children to enjoy a special time together at no cost to the advocate.

The donation to Harrington House was a cash gift to be used by the shelter for food costs, one of its main expenses.

 Soroptimist International of Crescent City is dedicated to helping women and children in our community through service projects, awards, and donations.  To learn more about the club, visit www.soroptimist-crescentcity.org or visit one of their club lunches on Tuesdays at noon at the Apple Peddler.

Campground wins awards

The Crescent City/Redwoods KOA Campground, owned by Kevin and Joan Fallon, received two of Kampgrounds of America's top honors at the recent KOA Jamboree held in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

 The campground, located at 4241 U.S. Highway 101 N., Crescent City, received the KOA President’s Award and the KOA Founder’s Award. The President’s Award is given to KOA campground owners who are recognized by their campers as among the best in the KOA system of more than 450 campgrounds throughout North America. The Founder’s Award is even more prestigious, given to only those campgrounds that receive the President’s Award and that also rank at the very top of KOA’s annual camper satisfaction surveys.

“It's an honor for me to be able to recognize our very best campgrounds, and this KOA is definitely among the finest in our system,” said Shane Ott, president and chief operating officer of Kampgrounds of America, Inc. “The owners and staff of this park know how to deliver great customer service to their campers. There is nothing like spending your valuable free time at a relaxing, affordable campground with people that know how to take care of you.”

 Kampgrounds of America was founded in 1962 in Billings, Mont., and has grown to become the world’s largest system of family-friendly campgrounds.

Donations help out families

A woman named Maria looks at holiday food boxes in Smith River. Submitted Photo
I would like to thank all the members and everyone for all the hard work we have put in for 2008. We, the Del Norte County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, especially thank the Humboldt Area Foundation and the Wild Rivers Community Foundation for providing funding so that families were able to get holiday food boxes.

For the first time in Smith River, holiday food boxes were given out to families who weren't able to obtain one. Over 50 boxes were given out. This project will continue in 2009.

Thank you, Smith River Baptist, La Espuela Market, Mr. Gary Leal, Hilda, Alexander Dairy, Starbucks, Safeway, Auto-Parts, Wal-Mart and the Del Norte Office Supply for all you do, all year around.

There are so many people we need to thank. It’s great to live in a community that supports one another. We have accomplished great things in 2008 and we will accomplish even greater things in 2009. A very special thank you to Huarache. Happy New Year’s - Feliz Ano Nuevo 2009. 






Births Published January 7, 2009


Cookbooks sold for charity

CAL members with cookbooks, from left, are Carol Nichols, Margaret Tynes, Ann Gargaetas, Charlene Reichlin and Janette Muldoon. Submitted Photo
Community Assistance League (CAL) ladies are selling cookbooks as a fundraiser.

The cookbook is made up of local favorite recipes. They cost $12 each and may be purchased from any CAL board member or at Washington Mutual Bank and Del Norte Office Supply.

This is a fundraiser to help CAL give assistance to locals with medical needs.

For information call Alice Miller at 457-3903 or Charlene Reichlin at 487-7405.


Student Spotlight for January 7, 2009


Top yule tree selected


Chet and Lynda O’Neill’s tree placed first in the voting. Submitted Photo
Who had the best decorated Christmas tree in Del Norte County?

According to the people who voted in a contest held at the Addie Meedom House over New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, it was Chet and Lynda O’Neill. 

Their tree gathered the most votes among the entries that were submitted. The entrees could be submitted by sending a printed picture of the tree or submitting it by e-mail. Each vote cost $1. Chet and Lynda’s tree garnered the most votes and was declared the winner.

The total amount collected was $114, which has been donated to the Del Norte County Senior Center.

Sid the Science Kid bound forCrescent City


KEET-TV is bringing Sid the Science Kid to Crescent City and Eureka.

KEET-TV Public Television for the North Coast’s Ready To Learn Service is bringing PBS Kids’ energetic and inquisitive preschool star to meet and greet children and their families at two appearances on the North Coast.

The costumed character will visit the Del Norte First 5 Family Resource Center at 494 Pacific Ave. in Crescent City on Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.


Art Scene January 3, 2009


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