July 2007

Found 4 blog entries for July 2007.

The 9th Annual Blue Mountain Council Boy Scouts of America Golf Tournament, sponsored by CH2MHill Hanford Group, will be held Monday, August 27, 2007 at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland, Washington. This annual fund raising event directly benefits the Blue Mountain Council's Scoutreach program, aimed at serving rural youth who might not otherwise have access to Scouting. The tournament also honors the memories of Distinguished Eagle Scout Sam Volpentest and former Council President Martin J. Wistisen for their unmatched service to our communities. Both had a great interest in serving rural youth with quality Scouting programs. The Blue Mountain Council proudly serves nearly 10,000 youth, adults, and families in Benton, Franklin, Walla Walla, and…
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Kennewick is in full swing with the yearly hydroplane racing event. Tri-Cities Washington stops for the Columbia Cup in Kennewick. Lots of news from the Tri-City Herald regarding the Water Follies. See our Kennewick Water Follies page for more information and resources.
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Join CREHST for a big screen showing of the City of Richland's Newest CityView Cable Channel 13 production, "Atomic Fortress B-Reactor and Its Legacy."   Director and producer Michael Charboneau will provide an inside look at the process of documenting the world's first plutonium producing reactor.  Atomic Fortress offers an historical look at how Hanford's B-reactor changed the history of Richland and the world.  Recollections from retired Hanford workers and historians provide "hands-on" descriptions of life at the world's first nuclear reactor.
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Mattawa, Washington ~ After a two-year absence, Mattawa Community Days will make a return on Saturday, August 25. The all-day event will be a time for the community to come together and celebrate everything that makes Mattawa great! Morris Schott Middle School Social Studies teacher Andrew Harlow is co-director of the event.  "We were initially looking in to having a booth at Community Days to help raise money for our student trip to Washington, D.C. & New York next summer.  When we found out Community Days wasn't happening, we couldn't pass up the opportunity to bring back this outstanding event." Community Days will kick off at 6:45 a.m. with a non-denominational prayer at the Hund Park and conclude with the Community Days Harvest Dance at the Desert…
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