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Providing Help in Honduras

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American volunteers and Honduran students use hand tools cut grass in a playground.

A group of college students led by two Brookings residents returned to Honduras to help people in that Central American country.

For the last 10 years, the small group from Oregon has been working with a nonprofit organization in Honduras called Caminando por la Paz. Its primary focus is the education of children living in Chamelecon, a neighborhood of San Pedro Sula. 

This year Val Cowan and Tim Stadelman were accompanied by six college students. The students’ travel was funded by many donors from the Brookings community. The students donated their time to live and work in a poor neighborhood in Honduras. 

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Plant sale set at Botanical Garden

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Brookings-Harbor Garden Club garden chair Fran Watson, left, looks on while club president Judy Seyle presents award to Barbara DeMoss, while Paul Otto, grower of the a new cultivar, Grevillea “Barbara DeMoss,” stands by.

The Brookings-Harbor Garden Club will be participating in Garage Sale Saturday by presenting its annual garden sale at the Brookings Botanical Garden.

The sale will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 3. The 2-acre garden is located on North Bank Chetco Road between Highway 101 and Old County Road. Parking is available off Old County Road.  

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A hilly trail

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Spruce Island can be seen from a rocky shelf between Secret Beach and Spruce Island pullout.

Spruce Island Trail is just beyond the Secret Beach turnout (which is easy to miss) when heading north. If you reach Spruce Island, turn around and head south. Slip behind the north end of the guardrail where the blacktop slopes into a small dirt parking area. The hike down only takes five minutes.

I now dub this beach Gossip Beach, because it is not a secret. There were at least 20 people within the two to three hours I spent there, not counting my group. I went with my cousin’s two children and their mother, plus my niece, mom and Jessica. It was my birthday. What a fantastic, gorgeous day it was. I am blessed to have such wonderful family and abundant natural settings to make it so!

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Final shows for ‘Peter Rabbit’ Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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Animals prepare to attack McGregor for his food in a scene from youth musical production.
 

Family discount offered for this production

Make plans to catch one of the final three shows of the youth production, “The Tale of Peter Rabbit (and Benjamin Bunny),” at the Harbor Performing Arts Center this weekend.

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Oregon boasts its own wonders

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You may have seen Travel Oregon’s new promotional campaign in television commercials, print advertisements or on its website. It’s called “The Seven Wonders of Oregon.”

The Portland agency Wieden+Kennedy designed the campaign, but I think their efforts fell short of their mark: Certainly, there are more than seven wonders in our state.

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