Ms. Lindsay Crater’s fourth-grade class at Idyllwild School show off their computer headsets, which the Idyllwild Rotary Club donated. The club previously gave headsets to the entire student body but met the need for additional ones this year. Pictured with the class are Crater (left) and Rotary representatives Roland Gaebert, Earl Parker and John Graham. Graham, a retired teacher, was instrumental in arranging the headsets’ donation. The headsets will allow each student to get full use out of a computer without disturbing others.  Photo by Tom Kluzak
Ms. Lindsay Crater’s fourth-grade class at Idyllwild School show off their computer headsets, which the Idyllwild Rotary Club donated. The club previously gave headsets to the entire student body but met the need for additional ones this year. Pictured with the class are Crater (left) and Rotary representatives Roland Gaebert, Earl Parker and John Graham. Graham, a retired teacher, was instrumental in arranging the headsets’ donation. The headsets will allow each student to get full use out of a computer without disturbing others. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Shanna Robb (left), president of the Art Alliance of Idyllwild, welcomes Skye Zambrana (center) and Colleen Meyer of the Idyllwild HELP Center to the Art Alliance Member Mingle on Thursday, Oct. 20, at Café Aroma. Art Alliance members brought art materials to donate to the HELP Center so they can be distributed to children in need over the holiday season. Boxes to receive more donations will be located at Café Aroma and the Idyllwild Library through the end of October, where even a small donation will help encourage the creativity of Idyllwild children and make their holidays a little brighter. Photo by Tom Kluzak
Shanna Robb (left), president of the Art Alliance of Idyllwild, welcomes Skye Zambrana (center) and Colleen Meyer of the Idyllwild HELP Center to the Art Alliance Member Mingle on Thursday, Oct. 20, at Café Aroma. Art Alliance members brought art materials to donate to the HELP Center so they can be distributed to children in need over the holiday season. Boxes to receive more donations will be located at Café Aroma and the Idyllwild Library through the end of October, where even a small donation will help encourage the creativity of Idyllwild children and make their holidays a little brighter. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Last Sunday Greyhound Connections sponsored a Greyhound Walk in Idyllwild. Thirty-five greyhounds were in town, featuring some Spanish Galgo Greyhounds. GC is committed to educating the community about former racing greyhounds available for adoption. They frequently participate in public events, street fairs, schools, retirement homes, senior centers, and “Meet and Greets” at local pet stores.   Photo by Thomas Pierce
Last Sunday Greyhound Connections sponsored a Greyhound Walk in Idyllwild. Thirty-five greyhounds were in town, featuring some Spanish Galgo Greyhounds. GC is committed to educating the community about former racing greyhounds available for adoption. They frequently participate in public events, street fairs, schools, retirement homes, senior centers, and “Meet and Greets” at local pet stores. Photo by Thomas Pierce

 

Julie Pendray, a journalist, gave a presentation about restocking towns along the Pacific Crest Trail at the Idyllwild Library on Tuesday evening, Oct. 18. She did extensive personal research into the towns that serve as supply depots for hikers, including Idyllwild, driving along the trail with her cat, Michelle. The room was crowded with past and future PCT hikers. Photo by Tom Kluzak
Julie Pendray, a journalist, gave a presentation about restocking towns along the Pacific Crest Trail at the Idyllwild Library on Tuesday evening, Oct. 18. She did extensive personal research into the towns that serve as supply depots for hikers, including Idyllwild, driving along the trail with her cat, Michelle. The room was crowded with past and future PCT hikers. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Christian Chalifour, the Desert Harpist, performed at the Middle Ridge Winery Tasting Gallery Friday. Photo by Barry Zander
Christian Chalifour, the Desert Harpist, performed at the Middle Ridge Winery Tasting Gallery Friday. Photo by Barry Zander

 

The Celebration of Sukkot, commemorating the traditional end of the harvest, was observed by members of Temple Har Shalom of Idyllwild Sunday. For one of the elements of the observance, Mountain Center resident Jerry Prager led the blessing of willows, symbolic of trees along the Jordan River where Israelites camped before entering the Promised Land.
The Celebration of Sukkot, commemorating the traditional end of the harvest, was observed by members of Temple Har Shalom of Idyllwild Sunday. For one of the elements of the observance, Mountain Center resident Jerry Prager led the blessing of willows, symbolic of trees along the Jordan River where Israelites camped before entering the Promised Land. Photo by Alan Belanger

 

Brazilian jazz duo Marcio (left) and Marcelo (right) performed at Ferro this weekend and will return Sunday.Photo by Alan Belanger
Brazilian jazz duo Marcio (left) and Marcelo (right) performed at Ferro this weekend and will return Sunday. Photo by Alan Belanger

 

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