Over the past several weeks, contractors, restoration experts and City personnel have been preparing the Ridge Trail for use by forestgoers, and elsewhere, doing the opposite – making old logging roads disappear forever by turning them back into forested hillsides.
“The greatest contribution I have given to education is the hours I put in helping kids,” Hubbard said. “I truly love my job and get up every morning excited to go to work. It is so amazing to be part of the learning process in a middle school child’s life. It is incredibly rewarding to watch them struggle with something and then get so excited when they get it—there is nothing quite like it.”
Attendees said they would plant gardens, develop landscaping, work on mosaics and murals, spread the word, solicit non-participants to join in the effort, plan more public events and keep participating in the process. arcataplayhouse.org
Link members will have access to workshops, networking events, mentors, access to mentors and advisors and other offerings. The Link also provides space for social mixers, private events and conferences.
The west-of-downtown area has been coming into its own recently, identifying its assets and trying to leverage them for a neighborhood makeover. July’s announcement of a $50,000 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) “Our Town” grant further invigorated the process.
As I move my business interests beyond the Emerald Triangle to strange and interesting areas across the nation and internationally, I hope to return to smiling faces at my headquarters in quiet Arcata.
Doors open at 5 p.m. and the game begins at 6:30 p.m. General admission tickets for $20 (available online at eurekasisters.org or Good Relations, People’s Records, HealthSPORT and Arcata Exchange) and grass-seating tickets for $10 are online or at the door! Children 10 and under are free.
Personally, I find the large number of these stories a bit depressing and would like to see our fair city in a more positive light.
This handy guide is a service of Eye on Arcata, with help from reader David Jarvis and present and former staffmembers, including Jessica Savage, Terrance McNalley, Lorraine LeBlank and Kevin Hooper.
On a personal note, I would like to also apologize to the two woman this event has affected, Ms. Jen Ables and Ms. Maral Attallah.