Crowds filed into the U.S. Coast Guard Station Chetco River during its open house Saturday. Coast Guard officials said 940 people visited the station during the four-hour open house. Bins were available to collect food bank donations. A total of 30 cans of food were gathered. Personnel from rescue agencies in Curry County were on hand to offer information and show off their equipment. Most popular, however, were the boats, which included the Cutter Dorado from Crescent City.
Pelican Bay Arts Association officials hailed the weekend’s Festival of Art in Stout Park a big success and plans are underway for the 2018 event. “The fifth year of the festival was a huge success,” said Vi Burton, founding organizer of the event. “The weather was perfect, crowds were large, sales were high, food and beverage were good and the music was most enjoyable.”Model trains running at the Stout Mountain Railway Garden were popular.
The 4-H livestock auction at the Curry County Fair filled the arena with excitement as auctioneer Tony Timeus kept up the pace on the bidding. A few times he coaxed bidders to outbid their own price, questioned whether people using their paddles to make a bid or just fanning themselves, and even accused Benny Beaver — the Oregon State University mascot — of making a bid. And then there was the hog that got loose, prompting a quick closure of all doors to the livestock barn.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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