This issue is jam-packed with everything from a report from the Sixteenth Annual Firehouse Sale to groundwater supply update to jumping galls (!)
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This is High Prairie’s big event of the year, and it’s happening in just a couple of weeks.
The details are coming together – and High Prairie neighbors are coming together — to make the Firehouse Sale happen once again. In the next few weeks, the community center grounds will be transformed into a play-ground of bargains, treasures, food and fun.
The tents will go up soon, followed by busy days of sorting, displaying, and pricing the mountain of rummage sale donations. We’ll set up the Food Booth, put the finishing touches on the Silent Auction, and hang the beautiful raffle quilt. New for this year: a Show-and-Tell Car Show and a drawing for a Savage Bolt 17 HMR rifle.
Putting in this once-a-year intensive effort has really paid off for High Prairie:
~ Nearly $120,000 raised in 15 years, for the direct benefit of the community
~ Helped get new equipment & upgraded facilities for HP Fire District 14
~ Paid for completion, upkeep & operation of the HP Community Center
~ Funded many other community events, activities & programs
You won’t want to miss this one! Mark your calendar for May 15, 16 & 17 and come to the High Prairie Communty Center at 701 Struck Road.
For more information, see “2015 Firehouse Sale” (under High Prairie Community Council) in the menu above, or call 509-365-5099 or 509-365-9564.
High Prairie’s Jake Jakabosky will be giving a one-hour presentation in April at the White Salmon Library. Jake will draw on his professional background in environmental clean-up to briefly cover some of the core environmental laws enacted in the 70s … Continue reading
Read about the latest community happenings, not the least of which is the upcoming Firehouse Sale, a trip to Argentina, High Prairie vacation rentals, Fire District 2014 recap, a summary of the Forest Health workshop and some stunning wildflower photos to usher in Spring.
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Presentation date: December 17, 2014
Besides the HPCC news and updates from the Fire District there are instructions for DYI paper snowflakes (useful if you have children in your house over the holidays that need something to do) and a sampling of seasonal recipes. The last in the Treasures of Music Series caps off this Christmas edition.
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