Tag Archives: Trinidad Notes

TRINIDAD NOTES: 'Ultimate volunteer' Penne O'Gara named Citizen of the Year; Library set to open

Penne O’Gara was named Citizen of the Year for 2013 by the Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce. President Dennis Koutouzos presented the award to Penne, the “ultimate volunteer,” and noted that her post-teacher retirement involvement in education, her founding of the Trinidad Song Circle, her integral involvement in the North Coast Storytellers Festival, her work

TRINIDAD NOTES: Annual Chamber Meeting Coming Soon in Trinidad

The 56th Annual Trinidad Fish Festival takes place on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  There’s an artisans’ street fair from Main Street to the Lighthouse, barbecued salmon and white fish dinners outdoors on Trinity Street, local wine, beer and soft drinks, free live music, a Kidzone in Town Hall,

TRINIDAD NOTES: Foreign exchange students enjoy an ‘easy’ year of classes at Humboldt schools

American Field Service high school foreign exchange students are annual guests at Trinidad Civic Club luncheons. Last week’s gathering stood out. Six students – Denzil Jonas from South Africa, Prisca Rwechungura from Tanzania, Nur Pratama from Indonesia, Bam Chiansaku from Thailand, Santiago Aliss from Bolivia and Anne Guignard from France – were guests, along with

Concert to help repair historic Trinidad church

Trinidad’s Holy Trinity Church, built in 1873 and Trinidad’s second oldest structure, is the venue for a brass concert featuring musicians Dick LaForge, Phil Sams, Doug Hendricks, and George Epperson playing compositions by Bach, Beatles, Handel and Gershwin and more on Sunday, March 3 at 3 p.m. The 140-year-old building needs some restoration work.  A