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The Benton Franklin chapter of the American Red Cross has scheduled several blood drives throughout the Tri Cities Washington. The Red Cross depends on the kind generosity of healthy members in the community to give blood each and every day. The life span of cells is not long, platelets only last up to 5 days and red blood cells last up to 42 days. Visit any of the scheduled blood drives or go to the Tri Cities Donor Center to give the gift of blood this holiday season.

Friday, December 3
The Tri City Donor Center will be open between the hours of 8:30 am and 1:30 pm at their Richland Washington location. If you are unable to make it at this time, head over to the Richland Safeway between 10:00 am and 3:00pm.

Monday, December 6
If you are close to

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If you are looking for a Christ-Centered Christmas celebration, then join Central United Protestant Church in Richland Washington for their Advent Family Fun Night on December 10. The evening will be a great night of fellowship, family fun, food, and a touching message about Jesus Christ, our reason to be celebrating this holiday season. The evening will begin promptly at 6:30 pm to see the humorous, touching, and interactive presentation by Oochee the Clown who will share an inspirational hope-filled message about Christmas. Following Oochee the Clown’s presentation head into the fellowship hall for crafts, games, snacks, crazy Christmas photos, and gingerbread house decorating! There is something for the whole family to enjoy and best of all, everything

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The Richland Public Library of Richland Washington hosts a variety of events for the community and most of these events are free or very reasonably priced. During the month of November, there are a wide variety of family friendly events including a few presentations on Native American culture, movie nights, a puppet show, and more!

Puppet Show by WSU Tri Cities’ Students
On November 10, beginning at 1:30pm students from the Arts in Education class at WSU Tri Cities will be presenting four different puppet shows for children at the story circle. There is no charge.

Movie Nights
There is a family movie night coming up on Thursday, November 4 where Toy Story 3 will be shown. Another one will take place on November 19 with a showing of Karate Kid. On

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For many years now Bethel Church has been holding a Fall Frenzy event towards the end of October at their main Richland campus. Over the past several years though Bethel began to branch out into the community and started holding their annual Fall Frenzy event at area schools. For a few years now, one of those locations has been Marcus Whitman Elementary School in Richland Washington. This year is no different, Fall Frenzy will be held at Marcus Whitman on October 30 from 6:30 to 8:00pm. The Fall Frenzy is similar to a carnival, there will be booths, games, tractor pulls and various events where children and adults can participate and receive goodies! This is a great place to bring the whole family to and spend time together!

For more information about

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Tickets for the Mid Columbia Ballet’s most popular performance, The Nutcracker will be going on sale November 1!  There will be several showings in December. Showings will be December 10 at 7:00pm, December 11 at 2:00pm and again at 7:00pm, and December 12 at 2:00pm. All performances take place at the Richland High School Auditorium in Richland Washington. To buy tickets, visit the Mid Columbia Ballet website or call 509.946.5417 after November 1. Tickets cost $22 for adults, $17 for students and seniors, and $12 for children 12 and under.

The Nutcracker was originally written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in the late 1800s adapted from E. T. A. Hoffman’s The Nutcracker and the Mouse King. The first performance was staged by Merius Petipa in December

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Many of you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout the month there have been many different community events to raise money for different organizations and to make people aware of Breast Cancer. The month is not quite over and there are still events to go to so mark your calendars.

Think Pink and Drink
On October 25 from 5:00 to 9:00pm come out to Barnard Griffin Winery in Richland Washington for their Think Pink and Drink event. There will be live raffles, wine specialists, jewelry and more! Present at the event will be SoBello, an artisan jeweler, Deborah Barnard will bring her gallery showcase and Pilea Salon’s Brigette Bren will also be in attendance. Tickets for the event are $20 in advance and $25 at the door; ticket

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This Wednesday, October 20, Gather4Him Ministries is presenting their 4th annual Fundraising event. This event titled “A Night of Entertainment” will take place at the Westside Center in Richland Washington and begins at 6:30pm. The evening will feature comedian Bob Smiley and Illusionist Drew Worsham with a worship set by local band Arise. Enjoy a dessert bar with a variety of specialties from local Tri City Washington restaurants; dinner will not be served. Proceeds will be put towards the upcoming gathering to unite the body of Christ where Christian youth can bring their friends so they can learn more about Christ. Tickets for the fundraiser are $30 per person or $240 for a table of eight, tickets can be purchased by calling 509.542.1787 or by

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Recently the US News and World Report issued a new report on the “Top Ten Places to Begin a Second Career.” Many seniors throughout the US will continue to work past the age of 65 because they enjoy working. However these seniors who enjoy working are having a hard time finding employment. One of the factors that contribute to the availability of jobs is a vibrant community such as a college/university town or a city where government or healthcare jobs are prevalent.

Among the list of top ten US Cities to start a second career is our very own Richland Washington. One of the biggest reasons for being on the list is the fact that the area added 3,000 jobs to the local economy during the past year, this is more new jobs than any other metro area in the

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On Saturday, September 25, the City of Richland will be holding their 10th City Fair beginning at 10:30am and going until 1:30pm. The fair will be a way for the residents of Richland Washington and the rest of the Tri Cities to come learn about the municipal services, programs and projects. Come by the Richland City Hall on the corner of George Washington Way and Swift Blvd where there will be activities, displays and demonstrations for all ages. There will be a city employee from each department manning a display with handouts, games and demonstrations.

Among the many exhibits and displays residents will be able to find their house on a computer map, take a peak inside a police car, check out some information on composting, hear about the process of

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The Mid Columbia Mastersingers will be performing on Friday, September 24, at the Central United Protestant Church in Richland Washington. The group will be performing Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto Number 2 in F major, his Cantata “Es ist nichts Gesundes an meinem Leibe” BWV 25, as well as Vivaldi’s Gloria in D major. This Mastersingers event will feature internationally-acclaimed early music soprano Julianne Baird and early music specialist Kraig Scott on harpsichord. On Saturday, September 25, at the Batelle Auditorium in Richland the Camerata Musica will be featuring a solo vocal recital of Julianne Baird at 8:00pm. If you are unable to attend the Bach and Vivaldi event in Richland then take the short drive over to Walla Walla Washington for a

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