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New season and new Café at Rocky Reach Visitor Center Mama D's Kitchen brings new treats and eats to Rocky Reach
Where can you stand in the shadow of a hydro turbine, look for a Geocache, hug 42 kinds of trees, enjoy Mama D's peanut brittle, visit a museum and get eye-to-eye with a sockeye? Rocky Reach Dam, of course and we can't wait to welcome you for another great season of fun, exploration and education.

The dam will open to the public for its 54th season at 9 a.m. on Monday, March 1. The Visitor Center offers free tours of the powerhouse along with the Museum of the Columbia, plus art displays, a theater and fish viewing.

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Support the American Red Cross and become an everyday hero March is Red Cross Month
In honor of Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages people to uncover their inner hero and donate blood or platelets, volunteer their time or sign up to organize a blood drive.

Since 1943, every president has designated March as Red Cross Month to recognize how the Red Cross helps people down the street and across the country.

"The everyday heroes are those who donate blood, volunteer, take a lifesaving class, host a blood drive or make a financial contribution to help neighbors here in the Pacific Northwest and across the nation," said Jared Schultzman, communications manager of the Pacific Northwest Blood Services Region. "We thank and honor these everyday heroes who support the Red Cross."

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Special Olympics of Washington cancels alpine skiing and snowboarding events at Mission Ridge
Special Olympics of Washington has decided to cancel the alpine skiing and snowboarding events that are held each year at Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort.

Mission Ridge Marketing Manager, Sam Chapin, noted, "We are disappointed by the difficult decision to cancel skiing and snowboarding that the folks at the Special Olympics have made. The bottom line for them is that the majority of the athletes have been unable to train at their home mountains and are not prepared to compete at the State level this year."

Mission GM, Josh Jorgensen, added that conditions are great right now at the ski area and, "We were ready to host the Special Olympians again this year. However, I know that the organizers of this event are doing what they feel is best for the event."

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