Tag Archives: Arcata Veterans Memorial Building

Vet’s Hall’s canteen conundrum – read the neighbors’ complaints to ABC

Vet’s Hall’s canteen conundrum – read the neighbors’ complaints to ABC

“We applaud the positive community work of the veterans and we want to support their efforts,” McHaney wrote. “We do not want to see the positive work of the veterans marred by unintended impacts on a generally quiet residential neighborhood.”

PastaLuego vacates Arcata Vets Hall amid dealbreaking disagreements

Last Thursday, an environmental food scientist from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) inspected the facility to ascertain its adequacy for wholesale food preparation. The aged kitchen’s antiquated fixtures and storage practices failed on several counts, requiring repair and remediation before it may be used for wholesale production. 

Harvest Feast at Arcata Vets Hall

Mad River Union ARCATA – The Arcata Veterans Memorial Building, 1425 J St., presents its Fourth Annual Harvest Feast on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 28. Doors open at noon; feasting begins at 1 p.m.  The event is free (although donations are welcome) and open to the public. (707) 822-1552, arcatavetshall.org Arcata House Partnership (AHP) isn’t holding

PastaLuego says ‘see you later (at the Vets Hall)’

Mad River Union ARCATA – Six years after opening a new era of Italian-influenced deli fare in Jacoby’s Storehouse on the Plaza, Coco Maki’s PastaLuego is saying, “see you later.” In other words, it’s closing. But fear not, artisanal panini fans! The women-run restaurant will essentially re-open in or around January at the Arcata Veterans

Korean War MIA soldier coming home to Arcata

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – On April 19, Arcata resident Lois Justus Hyman went out to her car to get her phone, and found on it a voice mail from her husband. He said the U.S. Army had called and told him that the remains of Lois’s father had been discovered, recovered

Boy Scout Troop 9 leaves the Arcata Vets Hall after 77 years

Kevin L. HooverMad River Union ARCATA – After more than 77 years, Arcata’s Boy Scout Troop 9 is gone from the Arcata Veterans Memorial Building. The troop has  lost the Vets Hall’s sponsorship when its membership fell to a single scout, a decision announced at the Dec. 7 meeting of the American Legion by Commander

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