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Gold Beach opens newest Community Kitchen

Volunteer Rachel Blanton serves up chicken noodle soup.

GOLD BEACH — Every Monday at noon a meal will be served that was cooked up in the basement of First Presbyterian Church.

Rows of tables set with vases of fresh cut flowers fill the room as volunteer Alice Allen greets people who drift into the lunch line. 

It was Allen’s idea to bring another community kitchen to the area when looking for an outreach possibility for her church. The Seventh-day Adventist Church already serves soup at noon on Tuesdays, and the Gold Beach Senior Center offers “The Lords Table” on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Hoping to add another day on the weekly calender where people could find nourishment in Gold Beach made sense to her. 


‘Redwood Highway’: Three showings set at Redwood Theater

Marie (Shirley Knight) ends her trek on the sands beside Harris Creek in Brookings in the movie “Redwood Highway,” which opens this weekend.

People will be able to see scenery from their own backyard on the silver screen when the movie “Redwood Highway” is shown.

The movie, filmed along the entire length of U.S. Highway 199 with the storyline ending on the Oregon Coast, will be shown at noon Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25, and 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, at Redwood Theater, 621 Chetco Ave, Brookings. It will also open Friday, May 23, at Crescent City Cinemas, 375 M St.


Gold Beach youths present variety show


GOLD BEACH — The Rogue Playhouse resonated with the sounds of all kinds of music from budding concert violinists to harmonizing vocals performed by local youth.

The “Troubadours of Narnia,” produced by Becky Howlett and Geri Kendall, is the title of the variety show that took place Friday and Saturday. It featured vocals, instruments, comedy, and acrobatics directed by Gold Beach High School student Soli Gustafson.


‘Cinderella’s Glass Slipper’ opens Friday in Harbor

The queen (Colleen Harrison) tells her reluctant son (Dylan Panter) he must choose a bride at the ball.

“Hear ye, hear ye, news from the palace” is the cry that rings out as the palace majordomo (Evan Wise) announces a grand ball.

People can watch the grand ball from the audience when Brookings Harbor Community Theater opens “Cinderella’s Glass Slipper” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 16, at the Harbor Performing Arts Center, 97900 Shopping Center Ave.

Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays through June 1, including during the Azalea Festival on Memorial Day weekend.


She’s the queen

Michaela George to reign over Azalea Festival

After five princesses showed their talents on the Church of the Nazarene stage Friday night, a panel of judges chose Michaela Renee George as queen of the 75th Azalea Festival.

The queen was crowned by 2013 Queen Kayla Webre, who also presented a prize to Mikaela Lea, who was chosen runner up.


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