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Rotary announces new officers

Rotary announces new officers

Idyllwild Rotary hosted its annual “In & Out” dinner Friday, June 14, at the Rainbow Inn where 2013-14 officers were announced. Danny Richardson will become president, Rick Foster is president-elect for 2014-15, Chuck Weismart will be vice-president, Trisha Clark remains secretary, and Bob Lippert continues as treasurer.

Soroptimists revive beehive

The Soroptimist International of Idyllwild’s current fundraiser is Beehive Hairstyle on the Hill. The contest will be held during the Lemon Lily Festival, July 13 and 14. All contestants will be introduced at the bluegrass stage during the festival. “We are searching for the most outrageous, outstanding, elaborate, extraordinary, elegant, extravagant, exaggerated, fanciful, flamboyant, grandiose, […]

News of Record: June 20, 2013

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday, June 10, to Monday, June 17, 2013: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance June 11 — Two medical aids, Idyllwild June 11 — False alarm, Pine Cove. June 11 — Special incident, Mountain Center. June 13 — Medical aid, Pine Cove. June 13 — Two […]

County offers caregiving classes

Men and women who leave the workplace to care for a loved one, such as a spouse or parent, may receive help through Riverside. Riverside County Office on Aging is offering classes to family caregivers. The “Care Pathways” program provides a series of weekly workshops designed to offer information and support to family caregivers who […]

Creature Corner: June 20, 2013

Creature Corner: June 20, 2013

Tippycanoe, Tyler II, Tutti Frutti, Teddy Bear and T. Rex. Come in to ARF and get your kitty love; three males and two females. They will be ready for their new adventure into your home this week. Hurry, these bundles of fur won’t last long. They are all 8 weeks old and properly trained by […]

Past Tense: June 20, 2013

Past Tense: June 20, 2013

65 years ago – 1948 Bill Butler’s masterpiece, a huge totem pole, was about to be installed in front of the Idyllwild Inn. The pole weighed more than 3 tons, and required 136 hours of carving and 36 hours of painting. 60 years ago – 1953 A “beach” area was added to the Idyllwild Plunge […]

Lecturer to discuss women authors

Penelope Engard, history buff and educator, will give a free lecture on American women authors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22, in the Idyllwild Library Community Room. The authors include Louisa May Alcott, Maya Angelou, Pearl Buck, Emily Dickinson, Edna Ferber, Helen Hunt Jackson, Harper Lee, Toni Morrison, Harriet […]

Opinion: Spies among us

When I was in grammar school in the ’50s, we were supposed to hate Russia because “their government spies on their own people.” Given the situation with the NSA spying on us, exactly how are we different? Michael Rasson Santa Monica/Idyllwild

Opinion: Wrong postal box number

The recent issue of the Friends of the Idyllwild Library’s newsletter had the wrong post office. box number.  The Friends correct address is P.O. Box 2183.  The Friends appreciates the person whose P.O. Box is 2083 for forwarding the mail to us.  Adele Voell President Friends of the Idyllwild Library

Sports Roundup: Town Hall Youth Baseball

Sports Roundup: Town Hall Youth Baseball

Town Hall Sports Coordinator Danny Richardson reported on Town Hall Youth Baseball for the week of June 10. T-ball Jayden Fogle, Griffin Kretsinger and Emily Brosterhous had the hot bats for the Padres. The whole team played excellent defense: Jackson Brunett, Micah McCaughey and Bobbyann Mabery, just to name a few. The Phillies’ Travis Rocha, […]

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