South Fork gym to be rededicated
The newly remodeled Hartley Gym at South Fork High School will be rededicated Feb. 9 during the halftime of the varsity boys basketball game versus Ferndale. Feb. 9’s game will also take place on Senior Night, with a presentation of seniors before each varsity game.
Games are set to begin at 3 p.m. with the junior varsity girls team, followed by JV boys at 4:30 p.m. Varsity girls play at 6 p.m. and the varsity boys take the court at 7:30 p.m.
Garberville Lions hold Valentine’s breakfast
The Garberville Lions Club is holding its 10th annual Sweet Crepes for Your Sweetie breakfast Feb. 10 from 9 a.m. to noon at Grace Lutheran Churce, 90 Rusk Lane. The Lions fundraiser will support local youth programs.
The breakfast includes three fruit-filled crepes with smokies and a beverage for a $10 donation. Tickets are available through Lions Club members.
For more information, call Tom Puskarich at 707-923-2195 or Dan Arbuthnot at 707-223-8881.
Beginnings membership meeting set
Beginnings Inc. will hold its annual general membership meeting Feb. 13 at 5:0 p.m. at the Octagon in Briceland. The agenda includes reports from working groups, a review of the year’s events, board nominations and a discussion from the membership.
Beginnings is an educational and community service organization.
South Fork Cheer squad visits London
Members of the South Fork High School cheer quad visited London and participated in cheering in New Year’s Day parade.
Sophomores Carolina Pineda and Chaney Ruiz and freshman Mimi LeClair were selected by Varsity Cheer Camp to participate in he holiday parade in London and the teens raised money to travel on London. While in London, the members visited St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London.
The team thanks those who helped support members making the trip.
Shelter Cove harbor debris discussed
The new harbor district executive director Larry Oetker met with the Southern Humboldt Business and Visitors Bureau, 2nd District Humboldt County Supervisor Estelle Fennell, commercial fishermen, local residents and personnel from the sheriff’s office to discuss debris removal at the cove, launch and fish cleaning area. Sustainability of Shelter Cove and upgrades to the area were also discussed.
Community roundup is a free service for clubs, government agencies and nonprofit organizations that wish to publicize events. Send notices one week prior to publication to the Redwood Times by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a phone number. The Redwood Times reserves the right to edit for Associated Press style, clarity and to fit available space.