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‘Grease’ returns to Harbor stage

After taking into consideration the talents of local actors, Brookings-Harbor Community Theater has decided to bring back the classic musical, “Grease.”

The show will replace “West Side Story.” Therefore a new round of auditions has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 20. 

Teens and adults are invited to audition for the following “Grease” characters:  Danny, Sandy, Rizzo, Kenickie, Frenchy, Marty, Jan, Roger, Doody, Sonny, Patty Simcox, Eugene, Miss Lynch, Johnny Casino, Vince Fontaine, Teen Angel, Cha-Cha, the male ensemble, and the female ensemble. 



Girl Scouts celebrates 100th birthday

Michaela Dingle and Camryn Anderson look over the history of Girl Scouts on posters that will be displayed during open house Saturday at the Masonic Lodge on Azalea Park Road.
Girl Scouts in the Brookings-Harbor area will be celebrating the national organization’s 100th birthday with an open house.

The event will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at the Masonic Temple, 416 Azalea Park Road, Brookings.


Longtime artist featured at Manley gallery

Buzz Stewart shows painting that was part of Watercolor Society of Oregon show. The Pilot/Submitted photo

Mention Bruce Stewart as a longtime Brookings-Harbor artist, and few people will recognize the name.

“Because my little brother pronounced Bruce as ‘Berz,’ I ended up being called Buzz. This is what people have called me throughout my entire life,” Stewart said.

As a child, Buzz didn’t have much to do with art work. It wasn’t until he was in the Navy that he began illustrating letters by hand. 



Chetco Pelican Players hosts acting class

Howard Patterson played many roles in “The 39 Steps.” The Pilot/Submitted photo

Chetco Pelican Players will be presenting a six-week acting class starting Monday, March 12, with instructor Howard Patterson. 

All ages are welcome, but recommended ages are 12 and older. For new actors, emphasis will be overcoming the fear of being on stage. For the more experienced actor, emphasis will be on learning to listen on stage and how to react to the moment. Also, Patterson will work with actors to help them in understanding one’s character, what the character needs to achieve, and what obstacles are in his way. 

Actors will be teamed up and will work on selected scenes or monologues, and then the in-class performance positively critiqued.



$3,288 raised for American Cancer Society


Surf and Turf team members – David and Joanne Lee, Dean Schreiber, Janet Seikel, Darryn and Britt Ballance, and Steve and Sharon Webre – are jubilant after winning trivia contest Saturday night. The Pilot/Bill Schlichting
Curry County Relay for Life added $3,288 for its annual American Cancer Society fundraiser when more than 100 people gathered to test their knowledge of little-known facts.

A total of 14 teams gathered in the Best Western Beachfront Inn conference center Saturday night in a competition to see which team could answer the most questions correctly.

Winning the event was Surf and Turf. Coming in second place was a team from Barron’s Home Furnishings followed by Pelican Bay Arts Association coming in third. Last year’s champion, Curry Coastal Pilot, didn’t fare as well and came in fourth.



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