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Lost & Found: Community in the age of the Internet

"Lost & Found: Community in the age of the Internet," will be the topic of discussion tonight at The Dalles Wasco County Library, 6:30 p.m., tonight, March 9. This is part of a spring series of free Conversation Projects, sponsored by Oregon Humanities. Through the Conversation Project, Oregon Humanities offers free programs that engage community members in thoughtful, challenging conversations about ideas critical to our daily lives and our state's future.

What's Happening for March 9

Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron @thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

Customer service class offered at CGCC

Columbia Gorge Community College is offering a new community education course this spring for customer service representatives serving Spanish speaking customers.

Google Wind Challenge sails to the Gorge

The third annual Google Wind Challenge is blowing into the Gorge on April 30 at the Civic Auditorium in The Dalles.

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A bee with the blues

A Bee plays blues guitar during the “Super Hero Machine Puppet Show” at The Dalles Wasco County Library Saturday, March 5. The performance took place in the children’s library and featured Penny’s Puppet Productions, a one-woman puppet company.

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Traditions of Compassion

Individually we are one drop, together we are an ocean,” a quote by Japanese poet Ryunosuke Satoro, set the tone for Thursday’s Tradition of Compassion Philanthropy Awards ceremony. The saying was read by Lexi Thomas, a junior at The Dalles High School, who joined her mother Celeste Hill-Thomas, head of the Mid-Columbia Health Foundation, as a moderator.

What's Happening for March 4

Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron@thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

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Service with a Smile

Distinguished Young Women of Wasco County participants and committee report their Pizza Night fundraiser at Spooky’s Pizza was a huge success.

What's Happening for March 2

­Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron @thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

Author explores gorge hiking opportunities

Oregon author Don J. Scarmuzzi will share his book on hiking the Columbia River Gorge Tuesday, March 8 in The Dalles.

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ODOT posts new speed limits on I-84

Motorists will see new speed limits on some highways in Eastern and Central Oregon as of today.

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A hand-up when it’s needed most

Norman Vincent, 68, had to fight back tears when several residents of The Dalles showed up at his motel room door on Feb. 19 to deliver a motorized wheelchair. After all, a Navy veteran is supposed to be stalwart and not show emotion. “I’ve been in a wheelchair for so long,” said Vincent. “I think very much of this. I did my time and I paid taxes all my life and now I need a little help.”

Reserve a spot at the 2016 Tradition of Compassion award event

Community members are invited to reserve a seat at the 2016 Tradition of Compassion Philanthropy Awards ceremony, which takes place at 5:30 p.m. March 3 in Kurtz Gym at The Dalles High School, 220 E. 10th Street.

What's Happening for Feb. 23

Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron@thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

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Daddy Daughter Dance

Over 500 people attended the Daddy Dance Saturday at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center

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