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Summertime in the dunes

Hikers trek across a restored dune near Lake Earl. The Pilot/Bill Schlichting
CRESCENT CITY — Organizers have announced the Tolowa Coast Summer 2013 Nature Programs, which will be held every weekend through Sept. 1.

The educational and interpretive programs are sponsored by the Redwood Parks Association and the Tolowa Dunes Stewards, in collaboration with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the state parks.


McBride captures Hogwarts ... as well as Mr. BHHS title

Azalea Festival Queen Kayla Webre places crown on Alec McBride, winner of Mr. BHHS title. The Pilot/Bill Schlichting
Alec McBride was crowned king of Hogwarts school of wizardry by none other than her majesty, Azalea Festival queen Kayla Webre Thursday night.

Actually, McBride was crowned Mr. BHHS in the 17th annual Doernbecher Children’s Hospital fundraiser held at Redwood Theater. This year’s event was presented with a Harry Potter theme.


74th Azalea Festival Parade

Antique tractors are a part of Azalea Festival parade that attracted a crowd that lined Chetco Avenue. The Pilot / Bill Schlichting
The chance of sprinkles gave way to sunny skies, making the 74th Azalea Festival parade a spectacular event.

Thousands of spectators lined Chetco Avenue and Oak Streets to enjoy the parade Saturday morning that followed the theme “Fish, Flowers and Forests.”


Annual book sale brings in the crowd

Crowds pour over thousands of books at library book sale, which continues today, Sunday.
Brookings residents line up around the block at the Chetco Community Library on Thursday to buy books in every genre to support the annual Friends of the Library Book Sale.

“We usually have a line out the door,” said Tony Parrish, president of Friends of the Library. “This place is packed.”


Bikers ride 100 miles

BACA members are, from left, Cowgirl, Wingnut, Rooster, Griff, Breaker, Crawler, Tattoo, Trouble, Jarhead, Chopper and Tom McKenzie, child therapist. The Pilot/Desireé Hood
The Wild Rivers Coast Chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) held its first organized 100-mile ride on Saturday to raise awareness of child abuse in the county; in the process, they raised more than $2,000 to help victims of child abuse.

In the morning rain with peeks of sunshine, more than 23 bikers traveled from Brookings to Klamath and returned to the Lucky 7 Casino in Smith River, where the casino donated $250 to the group and invited them back for future events. 


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