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Working, and growing, in the woods

Young crews trim trees, repair trails — and learn life skills

It’s been a busy couple of months for two teams of young adults planting trees and fixing trails in the Mount Hood National Forest.

PGR hosts ‘gathering of respect’ at OVH

Community members and motorcyclists are invited to provide residents of the Oregon Veterans’ Home with a social outings Saturday and provide some of their “wish list” items.

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OSAA is putting safety first on the football field

Oregon is first state to make Heads Up program mandatory

PORTLAND – The Oregon School Activities Association recommended its 249 football-playing high schools enroll into USA Football’s Heads Up Football program last year. This year, the OSAA will become the first state high school activities association in the country to require it. USA Football, the sport’s national governing body, trains more high school and youth football coaches combined than any organization in the country. Nearly 1,000 high schools spanning 44 states signed up for USA Football’s Heads Up Football program in 2014.

Fun at Fairway Follies

The Dalles Country Club is throwing a party for the community in a little more than two weeks that includes music by three different groups on the lush front lawn. “This is our way of reaching out to be part of the community,” said Jason Miller, a club member and one of the organizers.

Arts and Entertainment

Arts and entertainment calendar from Aug. 4, 2016.

What's Happening from July 20

Nonprofit events calendar from July 20, 2016

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An ‘Evening of Excellence’ for TDHS

The Dalles High School: “Evening of Excellence” held its annual recognition night on May 13. The purpose of the “Evening of Excellence” is to recognize students who, in the judgment of their teacher, have displayed that outstanding “spark” and love for being in a particular class.

Gorge Community Foundation awards scholarships and more

Gorge Community Foundation awarded more than $190,000 in scholarships and grants in May and June, benefiting students from several local communities as well as a wide range of public service initiatives across the bi-state region.

Summer camp “Animal habitats of the gorge” offered

What would it be like to be a bear, a fox, a raccoon, or an eagle? Kids ages 5 to 9 years old can explore “Animal Habitats of the Gorge” during a day camp Aug. 1-4, 9 a.m. to noon at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, 5000 Discovery Drive. Children will get to choose a favorite wild animal, then learn about each animal’s habitat.

What's Happening from July 12

Nonprofit events calendar from July 12, 2016

What's Happening from July 10

Events calendar from July 10, 2016

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Athletics East trio continues scorching run

Bullock, Johnson and Rising to make regionals run

Emily Johnson, Chloe Bullock and Ellie Rising have enjoyed a successful summer under the sun. After last weekend’s performance in Portland, the summer just got a little better. At the USATF Junior Olympic State Championships at Jesuit High School, the local trio of runners representing Athletics East all scored top-10 finishes to advance to regional competition in Seattle.

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Ft. Dalles Days run scheduled

The Fort Dalles Days 3k and 5k run is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 16 at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.

Action urged on school plan

Like more formal polling done earlier, a handful of surveys taken at last Saturday’s school facilities symposium found almost equal support for a variety of new building options. The school district paid for a survey of 300 likely voters that found top support for a new high school, with a middle college a close second.

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Next Door offers parenting classes in TD

Parents can enrich their child’s life and their own by attending the “Incredible Years,” a 12-week parenting program that begins Wednesday, July 13. The series will be held at The Next Door office in The Dalles, 318 W. Second Street.

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