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Mr. Holland's Opus gives to school

Heather Clensay Clark plays a trumpet during a concert at Bess Maxwell Elementary School. The school received 12 instruments from the Mr. Hollandís Opus Foundation. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Two Del Norte County elementary schools will receive a donation of musical instruments from the Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation.

Birth: Matthew Jeremy Darren LaBrasca

Matthew Jeremy Darren LaBrosca
 Matthew Jeremy Darren LaBrosca was born June 27, 2015, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. He weighed 7 pounds and measured 20.5 inches. Matthew’s parents are Nicole and Jordan LaBrosca, of Crescent City. His grandparents are Elizabeth Archer and Hank Verbrugge, of Brantford, Canada; Mary Archer, of Windsor, Canada, and Charlene LaBrosca, of Crescent City. Matthew’s great-grandparents are Juan and Darrelen Romero, of Crescent City.

Birth: Audree Rose Jordon Moore

Audree Rose Jordan Moore
 Audree Rose Jordon Moore was born July 31, 2015, at 12:35 p.m. at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 6 pounds 12 ounces and measured 19¼ inches. Audree’s parents are Taylor Stout and Travis Moore, of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Lissa and David Ireland, of San Jose; Larry Stout, of Crescent City, Gwen Anderson, of Dixon, and Larry Moore, of Crescent City. Audree’s great-grandparents are Linda Campbell, of Crescent City; Jack Carter, of Brookings; Jim Stout (deceased); Leonard Doyle (deceased) and Bonnie Doyle, of LaGrande, Oregon; Tommie Heath, of Dixon, and Michael Anderson, of Dixon.

Graduation: Bush

 Blaine Bush graduated from the University of California, Davis on June 11 with summa cum laude honors. He earned a Bachelor of Science in physics. Blaine was a four-year recipient of the UC Regent Scholarship. He plans to pursue a PhD in physics at UC Davis.

Going to Sunday service only? Youíre missing out on good extras

I think God must surely have a sense of humor.

Music menagerie

Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson Stevie Tardiff, who is going into the seventh grade, beats on a bass drum during the rehearsal for North Coast Summer Band Campís concert. Twenty-four local kids will perform the music they learned in the past four days at a concert tonight at Crescent Elk Middle School. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Rachel Berry was excited as she readied her tenor saxophone for Douglas E. Wagner’s “March for a Norwegian Penguin.”

“It’s fun,” the seventh-grader said Wednesday. “There’s alternating notes. One section plays one note and another section plays another note.”

Birding: Tolowa estuary field trip

Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar A flock of pelicans fly overhead during a similar shorebird excursion held in 2014. This yearís excursion will also feature the Lake Tolowa estuary and the pond at Alexandre Dairy. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
 Folks looking for a respite from ducks, geese and dock-diving dogs at the fair can seek out other creatures that dive, fly and swim in Del Norte.

Kids Day Festival first of its kind

Families will be able to get a jump on back-to-school preparations next week at the first-ever Del Norte Kids Day Festival and Back to School Extravaganza.

Garage Sale Review: Day of (the) rest

The Sunday garage sale scene, while not as popular as Friday's or Saturday's, offers unique junk treasure for those brave enough to go there. Del Norte Triplicate / Aaron West
 Buenos días, you salvaging sweethearts! The Garage Sale Review, your window into the wonders and horrors of the yard sale world, is back, and you better buckle up because this week we’re going to explore some new territory. I’m serious, readers — this uncharted area of garage sale culture, which I managed to break into this weekend, was full of cement-gray skies and cheap, contraband booze, and no, I’m not talking about Pelican Bay’s annual SHU rummage sale. Clearly I’m referring to the Sunday garage sales of Del Norte County!

Woman's nonprofit aids infertile couples

 Elizabeth Austen and her husband began baby-proofing their house and setting up a nursery before she even knew she was pregnant.

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