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Sequim musicians

march in Big Apple

Keep a keen eye on the front of the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. Five Sequim high schoolers will lead the pack.

At 6 a.m., West Coast viewers of NBC can watch

Sequim's Marley Iredale, Lindsey Moore, Michael Okamoto, Serena Okamoto and Caitlin Pallai march in the Macy's All-American Band in New York City. Okamoto should easiest to find; she will hold the band's banner.

The students join more than 200 others from across the country in the upper-skill levels of their regional bands.



Santa comes

to Sequim

Santa will arrive in

Sequim on Saturday, Nov. 28, in a carriage pulled by the Timberland WagonEars. His route will start at the Kitsap Bank parking lot, 1320 W. Washington St., around 11 a.m. and will arrive at the Bank of America Park, Washington Street and Sequim Avenue, around noon.

The Timberland WagonEars, who are donating Santa's transportation, request that donations to the food bank be brought to the park in honor of Hermann Brothers Logging and Sunset Wire & Rope Co.



Port race recount

The Clallam County Canvassing Board has ordered a mandatory manual recount of the port commissioner race between Brad Collins and John Calhoun. The final results have Calhoun with a 21 vote, or 0.11-percent lead. State law requires a manual recount when the difference between the candidates is less than 0.25 percent.

The recount will begin at 9 a.m. on Dec. 2 in the lower level of the Clallam County Courthouse and is expected to take two to three days.



Senior menu

Here are the Sequim Senior Nutrition Site menus, served at 4:30 p.m. at Suncrest Village Retirement Apartments, 251 S. Fifth Ave. Suggested donation $3. Menus are subject to change. Call 683-8491.

Wednesday Nov. 25 - Waldorf salad, ham, sweet potatoes; brussels sprouts, corn bread, tapioca pudding

Thursday Nov. 26 - Closed for holiday

Friday Nov. 27 - Closed for holiday

Monday Nov. 30 - Green salad, chicken parmesan noodles, green beans, peach crisp

Tuesday Dec. 1 - Fruit cup, liver and onions, pasta alfredo, mixed vegetables, chocolate cake.



Support program moves

The Family Caregiver Support Program moves Nov. 30 to 650 W. Hemlock St., Sequim Health and Rehabilitation Center in Sequim.

The support group is moving to allow for more space in order to allow more caregivers from the Sequim and Port Angeles areas to attend.

Contact 417-8554 or lindlcl@dshs.wa.gov.



Legislature

seeks pages

State Rep. Kevin Van De Wege (D-Sequim) invites local youths to apply to serve as legislative pages in Olympia for the 2010 legislative session.

Pages' duties range from ceremonial tasks, such as presentation of flags, to operational duties, such as distributing material to legislators. Each page is sponsored by a legislator, usually from the district in which the page lives.

During their week in Olympia, pages earn a small stipend and attend classes to keep up with schoolwork and learn about the Legislature. To apply, students must be at least 14 but not yet 17. For details visit www.leg.wa.gov/House/Pages/HousePageProgram.aspx.



Garden club

cancels sale

Due to storm water damage at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, the Port Angeles Garden Club has canceled its Dec. 5 holiday sale. Call 452-7701 for more information.



Duplicate bridge

_ Nov. 13 game

N/S: 1. Thomas Larsen-Patrick Thomson; 2. Marge Knee-Julie Gray; 3. Krys Gordon-Gloria Runyan; 4. Rick Zander-Charles Jones.

E/W: 1. Ted Miller-Larry Phelps; 2. Eldon Hill-Ruby Mantle; 3. Tom Markley-Jodi O'Neill; 4. Sueann Swan-John Anderson.

_ Nov. 16 game

N/S: 1. Charles Jones-Pete Mayberg; 2. Diane Cuoio-Mike Cuoio; 3. Patrick Thomson-Thomas Larsen. E/W: 1. Ted Miller-Larry Phelps; 2. June Nelson-Vern Nunnally; 3. David Jackson-John Anderson.

For more information on the Sequim Duplicate Bridge Club, call Krys Gordon, club manager, at 681-4308.





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