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Building cultural bridges teaching Chinese

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Photo by Randy Robbins Chinese teacher Ya’n Huang explains the meaning of Chinese language to students, most of them older than 50 and many who have visited China several times.
GOLD BEACH —Eleven time zones and 5,360 miles. 

Teacher Ya’n Huang came a long way from her home in Xi’an — an industrial complex city of 10 million people in the heart of China — to Gold Beach. 

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A growing market: Farmers sell products at weekly store

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Customers browse booths as farmers and artisans describe their products inside Chetco Grange Community Center. The Pilot/Desireé Hood
The Wednesday Farmers Market at the Grange opened its doors on Wednesday, March 27, reminding Brookings residents that spring has arrived.

The farmers market will now be running year-round from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Chetco Grange Community Center, 97895 Shopping Center Ave. When weather is nice, vendors will be outside and when rain persists, vendors will be moved indoors. The vendors may change weekly, but one thing stays the same — shopping at the market means supporting local businesses.  

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‘A Funny Thing …’

Brookings’ own community theater legend Mike Moran has been acting, singing, directing and handling theater “tech” for more than 50-years. 

This month, he celebrates his 61st birthday and the upcoming comedy musical “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum,” is the 40th theater play he has directed.

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Sand Hill: A test of endurance

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Gabriel Chatman/The Pilot
If you’re like me you grew up right here in Brookings, surrounded by the abundant natural beauty. And if you’re like me, you take it for granted.

I grew up on Cape Ferrelo Road, north of Brookings, so spent lots of time playing outdoors as a kid. As a teenager I made gas money by picking and selling Chanterelle and Hedgehog mushrooms locally. Summers were spent “up river” swimming in the Chetco. I ran the coastal trails north of Lone Ranch Beach for conditioning every year for soccer. What I’m saying is I’m a local, born and bred in the boonies of Brookings.

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