Outdoors


Photo submitted by Mary Couchee Joni Dedo thumped Alice Soma in match play but they both had a fun day in “the spirit of the game,” during the Apple Blossom Tourney.
Under sunny skies last Thursday, May 18, the weekly competition was Medal Play with 23 ladies out on our beautiful course.  This was also Round 3 of our Apple Blossom Tourney.   Apple Blossom Tourney – Exciting and fun matches were played in Round 3.  Nancy Storaasli and Carol Ferguson went head...

The 12th Annual Lake Chelan Lions Golf Tournament was another success this year as the weather was amazing, and over 100 golfers turned out for the event, held at Bear Mountain Golf Resort. All of the funds that were raised will go toward scholarships the Lions Club awards each year to students in the Chelan Valley.

One of the largest fireworks show in Washington State is set for the 4th of July in Manson Bay
MANSON - The Lake Chelan community will produce one of the largest fireworks shows in Washington state on July 4. The annual event is coordinated by community members, some of whom have already begun the planning process for the show which will feature some new details for locals and visitors who...
CHELAN - Golf season is finally upon us, which means tournaments will likely dominate the weekends on surrounding courses, and there are two tournaments with good causes coming up next week. The first one is the Lake Chelan Lions Club 12th annual best-ball tournament, which is set to go off at Bear...

Kites fill the sky during Soaring into Spring, Sunday, April 30, at Singleton Park in Manson. The spring celebration was sponsored by North Shore Bible Church and offered several different rocket launching stations, barbeque, and plenty of room to fly your kites.

Downtown merchants gathered on Tuesday, April 11 to clean up the downtown streets and alleys prior to Earth Day. Participants included: Historic Downtown Chelan Association, Lake Chelan Museum, Lake Chelan Chamber, Swim World, Tin Lilly, AC Checker Taxi, Culinary Apple, Chelan Printing and Custom Signs, City of Chelan, Willow and Woven Threads. Left to right: Phil Moller, Ron McGaughey, Shannon Ellner, Erin McCardle, Jennifer Weitzman, Tony Nelmida, Dave Weldy, Linda Van Lunsen, Rick Dodge, and Jessie Simmons. Inset photo: Pruning was Tin Lilly is Tony Nelmida. Photo courtesy of HDCA

Photo courtesy Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board.
  CHELAN - Along the upper slopes of Lake Chelan, a noxious weed continues to reduce native forage and the quality of wildlife habitat. For the next six weeks, crews from the Forest Service and Washington Conservation Corps will be doing their part to stop it in its tracks.  “For years, we have...

Color abounds at the CHS Greenhouse, the Chelan FFA invites you come buy your little bit sunshine at the plant sale on Saturday, April 29.
  CHELAN - The Greenhouse at the Chelan High School Agriculture Education Department is over flowing with plants and that’s a sure sign that spring is here.  So mark your calendars for the Annual CHS Agriculture Education Department Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, April 29, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.    The...

The Trash Bag Monster was walking around Riverwalk Park covered in what looked like thousands of bags that he had got from underneath his sink.
  CHELAN / Manson - The water in Lake Chelan might still be too cold to swim in, but with the weather getting progressively warmer, it is perfect for fishing, and this weekend, residents in Chelan and Manson will have the opportunity to participate in one or two fishing derbies.  The first one is...

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