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Photo by Don Coyote
This worker bee took advantage of some recent and rare spring sunshine to get a little buzzy work done.
Rapper Griff J is known around here as La Conner High School graduate Griffin Johnston. His music video and CD album is gaining momentum in the music industry. Reporter Alexander Kramer talked to Griff and has the story about his journey from quiet La Conner to the Seattle music scene. In today's paper!
Photo by Amylynn Richards
Fresh Sushi at the Methodist Church
La Conner resident Keiko Massey will offer her homemade sushi rolls to the public this Sunday for a donation for relief efforts for victims of earthquake and tsunami that devastated her native land, Japan.
She's asking a $5 per plate donation and will make the sushi fresh Sunday to sell from 12:15 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. at La Conner United Methodist Church on South Second Street on the hill in La Conner. Writer Amylynn Richards has all the details in today's paper.
New choirs debut on Monday
By Scott McDade
Call it the Glee Factor, if you like. Whatever the reason, choir has come back to La Conner schools in a big way!
On Monday, May 23 at 7:30 p.m., the brand-new La Conner high school and middle school choirs will offer their first formal concert. The program will include a wide range of music, from Mendelssohn to Irving Berlin to 80's pop. The program will last about one hour. Free at the School Auditorium.
From the Police Blotter:
1:12 p.m.: Alcohol problem – While on routine patrol, deputies spotted a woman who appeared to be passed out on the side of the road near the intersection of Hill and Whatcom streets in La Conner. The woman apologized for napping so close to the road and was given a ride to a relative’s home. We can't make this stuff up! And there's more in today's paper!
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