Group meets Thursday

A review of program status and strategy implementations will be on the Community Involvement and Action Coalition’s agenda at 8:15 a.m. Thursday.

Get in shape, Zumba style

Looking for a class to jump start a 2017 fitness resolution?

Lock box giveaway

The Community Involvement and Action Coalition will distribute 500 in-home lock boxes from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 14, in the Bethel Church, 270 N. Gap Road.

Holiday contest winner

Eighth-grader Kenzie Evans, 14, was the first-place winner in The Daily Sun’s 13 and older division Christmas coloring contest.

Registration open

Nature Day Camp 2017 registration is now open.

Help with snow offered

Those persons, age 55 and older, are eligible for a little help removing the snow, thanks to Homestead Place volunteers.

Cub Scouts seek members

Interested in having your son join Cub Scouts?

Members sought

The Benton County Museum and Historical Society is seeking individuals interested in local history to become members.

Re-gifting is theme

“Second time around … again” is the theme for the next Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection meeting at 11:15 a.m. Jan. 10 in the Barn Restaurant, 490 Wine Country Road.

Don’t avoid your doctors

Most Americans want to stay healthy and prevent disease and illness. For many, this means getting regular check-ups and using their health plan benefits.

Local girl wins trophies, prizes in pageants

The youngster competed in Las Vegas

Alysianna Aguirre, 5, participated in several pageants in recent weeks, her mother Janet Aguirre said.

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Simple, easy ways to better health

A new year is an excellent opportunity to assess your health and resolve to make positive lifestyle changes.

Help offered: for a healthier you

Many of us see the New Year as an opportunity for a new beginning—a chance to make positive changes in our lives.

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Exhibit to tell personal stories

“The Things We Carry” is an exhibit that opens Jan. 11 at Central Washington University.

Naturalists training

Yakima Area Arboretum officials will offer training for those interested in becoming naturalists and volunteers.