After the Pedee Women’s Club monthly potluck on Sept. 29, June Clark took a motorcycle ride to get a motorcycle club checkpoint at the Lincoln Store on Wallace Road before joining some friends for dinner in Albany. Then on Thursday she took off to get two more checkpoints in Manzanita and Skamokawa, Wash., before enjoying the evening with friends in Battleground. Friday was a bit less fun as there were some rain showers on her way home.

Steve and Audrey Cameron spent last weekend in Astoria, where they attended Audrey’s 60th class reunion at Astoria High School. While there they visited Audrey’s brother, Bill Moberg and family, who live in their childhood home, a beautifully remodeled older home full of memories for the whole family. Highlights of the weekend were going to a tea party at daughter-in-law Xiao Hong’s home, staying with son Chris, and going to the Fisherman’s Memorial in Astoria.

Steve and Audrey also went to church with her sister Georgia Marincovich and husband Jack, then visited with older sister Elizabeth Moberg in Seaside. They want to say a special thanks to daughter Stephanie Barth and neighbor Linda Smith for feeding the animals while they were gone, no easy task.

Several little girls in the neighborhood had birthdays in the last two weeks. Mercy Heller turned 1 on Sept. 30. Mother Cassandra baked her a sugar-free cake and they invited family and family friends over for a party. Nothing huge, but for a first birthday it was big. Kalina Brotherton celebrated her birthday with a slumber party, which included a scavenger hunt. Kailey Traglia turned 8 on Oct. 2, but didn’t tell me what she did to celebrate.

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