The Pacific Northwest Trails Days are coming and they need your participation! On Saturday there will be music all day, participation events and presentations, and food. The venue is City Park which has a beautiful broad lawn, shade trees, and plenty of room for kids to play. Hopefully the city won’t run the sprinklers all night (hint hint!).
Sunday will bring opportunities to hike and bike on the beautiful trails that locals and visitors rave about. This is going to be a fun weekend but it will be a huge fun weekend if everyone turns out to enjoy it all.
Becky Desjardins of Oroville’s Hometown Pizza writes:
When we cut out the seating at night at the restaurant, what I did not realize was how much I would miss the customers. Without working days I missed seeing a lot of people. So Hometown will start having dine in again at night. We will still close at 8 so no dine in customers after 7:30. The cooks go home at 8 so unless you want me to cook your dinner (this is scary) you need to be seated by 7:30. It will be just like lunch, order at the counter. No reservations please and no parties over 14. Please be sure to check out our new web page at hometownpizzaoroville.com. It has the menu on it. Thank you so much to all of our great customers!!!!!
The awesome menu and hospitality we all loved is back and we couldn’t be happier. The best little town in the Okanogan just got better.
Reprinted in part from the Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune from April 28, 2016
SUBMITTED BY TONY KINDRED
OROVILLE – Oroville High School FBLA students attended an exceptional state conference in Spokane, Wash. this past week. Exceptional in that two year officer and outgoing state president, Tori Kindred and Vice President, representing the north central region, Ellamae Burnell, would be key players in the management and implementation of the state conference. Also special even though Kindred and Burnell would be exiting their office, that Jennifer Cisneros would be beginning her role as the new Vice President representing the North Central Region. Cisneros will preside over the region for the 2016-17 school year.
With a final word of advice as Washington State Future Business Leaders of America, President Kindred spoke to a group of over two thousand FBLA members and advisers and had these words of advice in her farewell to the membership, “Love who you are, lean on those who love you and don’t be afraid because you are amazing. Washington State Future Business Leaders of America dream big no matter what your obstacles may be and smile even bigger. It has been my honor to serve you, thank you.” Kindred, Burnell, and Mikaela McCoy, as well as Bailey Griffin will travel to national competition. Vice President, Jennifer Cisneros will attend the national conference with the state executive team and will work with her team at the conference.