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White River Chainsaw Carving Championships

This month Pacific will be hosting the White River Chainsaw Carving Championships in conjunction with Pacific Days on July 10th, 11th & 12th . This unique event has attracted some of the countries top chainsaw artists to compete in both theme and speed com- petitions. And yes, there will be more than just carved bears.

The theme for the event will be “100 Years of Life” in keeping with our centennial celebrations. Interpretations of this theme can range from native animals to people and artifacts from our city’s history.

Some chainsaw carvings have sold for thousands of dollars and chainsaw events have grown from small backyard type gatherings to large weeklong events attracting thousands of people. Fans travel hundreds of miles to at- tend an event and contribute thousands of dollars to local economies.

This year’s event has already attracted some of the top artists in the Northwest. Three-time Echo Cup Champion, Bob King who just won the Danish International Carving Competition, will be competing. Bob cur- rently holds more titles than any other carver in the world. During the competition, pieces will be auctioned off to defray costs associated with the event.

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Auburn Int'l Farmers Market Trips

The Auburn International Farmers Market has come to Downtown Auburn and we will be offering trips each Sunday throughout June and July if enough folks are interested in going!

If you can’t make it one week, don’t worry, trips will be every week on Sunday effective 6/14/2009 until 7/26/2009 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Remember, locally grown fruits and vegetables are good for you and our local farmers! Gas donations are always welcome and the bus will leave the from the Center unless other arrangements are made in advance. Please contact the center at 253-929-1150 for more information and up-

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BBQ Chicken Baked Beans Claremont Salad Roll Berries

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Garden Lentil Soup Green Salad Egg Salad Sandwich Tropical Fruit

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10 Chicken Cacciatore with Pasta Italian Green Beans Bread stick Fruit

Tuna Melt Tossed Salad Mixed Melons

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Beef Barley Soup Roast Beef Sandwich Fruit Cobbler

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Baked Ham w/ Pineapple Scalloped Potatoes Green Beans, Roll Ambrosia

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STONE SOUP

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French Dip Au Jus Ranch Potato Salad Fruit

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Kalua Pork Mixed Vegetable Rice, Roll Tropical Fruit

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15 Ivars Clam Chowder Chicken Caesar Salad Bread Stick Fruit

Hot Turkey Sandwich w/ Gravy Vegetable Blend Waldorf Salad Cake

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STONE SOUP

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24 Fish w/ Dill Sauce Rice w/ Vegetables Vegetable Blend Berry Crisp

Pot Roast Roasted Potatoes Mixed Vegetable Roll Fruit

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22 Chicken Vegetable Soup Turkey Salad Croissant Fruit Medley

Meatloaf Mashed Potatoes Roll Vegetable Blend Mandarin Oranges

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STONE SOUP

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Honey Mustard Chicken

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Vegetable Sauté on Pasta

Roll Pickled Beets Melon

Ham & Swiss Sandwich Carrot Raisin Salad Cinnamon Pears

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Minestrone Soup Beef Taco Salad Tortilla Chips Mixed Fruit Sherbet

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Salmon Patty Creamy Cucumber Wild Rice Roll Vegetable Blend

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STONE SOUP

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of the menu.) This Menu is subject to change. ices may increase your risk of food borne illness.

Nutrition analysis includes 1% milk. (Butter is optional and increases the fat content Consuming raw or undercooked eggs, meat, seafood, and un-pasteurized milk and ju

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