Selah Community Days did not disappoint this year. People came out in droves to attend all of the festivities. It really was a milestone for the community. The parade brought more than usual. Half of the floats themes were about being a true American. Even the Selah queen and princess floats were designed to honor our country. To finish it off was the armed forces ceremony at Wixson Park. I was honored to be asked to be a part of it.
The parade was fun, the music's great and that lemonade really hit the spot. But now that you're full of hot dogs, tacos, potatoes and Hobo Feed food, it's time to wander around the park and hit the carnival at Selah Community Days...
The way Selah does it, being a hobo doesn't seem all that bad. In fact, if you sidled up to one of those tables in the parking lot of the Selah Civic Center for Thursday's Hobo Feed, you might've been tempted to abandon all responsibility, hit the road and seek a more carefree life.
Yakima’s Memorial Day parade is next Saturday (May 27), starting downtown at 10 a.m. We would love to see you show your support for our fallen men and women of the military and to those you have loved and lost.
Selah Community Days is back this week (May 18-May 21), and you don't want to miss any of the action. It is always such a fantastic time. Kicking it off is the excellent Hobo Feed at the Selah Civic Center, 216 S. First St.
I was headed up Summitview Avenue and enjoying a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The traffic was pretty good and the weather was really nice. Everyone was out hiking or fishing or just having some fun. Sometimes, though, the most fun in Yakima is watching everyone else have fun. I saw some pretty cool sights just driving around. One left me wondering why I sold some of the old cars I've had.
The only thing more gratifying than getting in shape is getting in shape for a good cause. And it's even more fun if you can take your dog along. That's what the upcoming Yakima Strong 9K4K9 Fun Run/Walk for the Yakima K-9 Unit is all about -- the dogs!
Rod's House is a fantastic place in Yakima that helps teenagers in need. They help get them the food they need, clothes and even after-school help. Rod's House is an excellent program to get teens back on track. Now they need our help.
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