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Redshirts make Christmas merrier
November 24, 2010 07:00 am

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Redshirts volunteers unload packages at loading dock behind Brookings Post Office Friday. The Pilot/Marge Woodfin
Friday was a red-letter day for the Brookings-Harbor Redshirts, as more than two dozen volunteers delivered 228 packages to the Brookings Post Office.

Although the Redshirts have been mailing packages to the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan on the first and third Fridays of every month since June 2006, the December mailing is always special, because of Christmas, said Redshirts President Frank Muller.

This December was an especially large mailing, requiring approximately $3,200 postage to be paid, Muller said.

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Bazaar success: Organizers please with sales
November 19, 2010 02:45 pm
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A shopper looks over crafts at the Community Christmas Bazaar.
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Future veterans help those who served
November 19, 2010 02:35 pm
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Trimming up the garden was among the chores completed for veteran Charles Fuller.
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Game Theory 101: School revives the art of playground games
November 06, 2010 05:00 am

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Students play game of red light, green light. The Pilot/Arwyn Rice
Students at Kalmiopsis Elementary School are learning something new this year — playground games.

Over the last few decades, as giant play structures were built in parks and on school playgrounds, children lost the art of the simple playground game. 

So when the massive play structure known as the “big toy” was removed from the Kalmiopsis playground last summer, students had to learn a new way to play. A generation that had relied mostly on chase games and play structures was given balls and jump ropes.

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Youth learn leadership roles at summit
November 03, 2010 05:00 am

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Student leaders listen at the SOCYL Youth Summit. Photo by Karlie Wright
PORT ORFORD — Approximately 300 high school students from throughout Curry County became “SOCYL’s Most Wanted” for a day at Pacific High School.

The fourth-annual Youth Summit focused on the role of law enforcement and its relationship with the youth in the community.

The event was hosted by the Curry County Commission on Children and Families, Curry County Drug Free Communities Coalition, and Southern Oregon Coast Youth Leaders (SOCYL). It took place Oct. 27. This is the second time the event was held at Pacific High School in Port Orford.

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