Why Rick Isaacson Volunteers and Volunteers and Volunteers

EDITORS NOTE: February 1, 2019This week we learned of the unexpected passing of board member and disaster volunteer Rick Isaacson in Wenatchee. Rick was a truly passionate Red Crosser. He believed wholeheartedly in our mission and worked tirelessly to support every member of our team. He was an entertaining emcee at volunteer appreciation events, the … Continue reading Why Rick Isaacson Volunteers and Volunteers and Volunteers

AmeriCorps Story of Service: Caitlyn Richter

My name is Caitlyn Richter, and I serve as the AmeriCorps Community Preparedness Coordinator at the American Red Cross in Wenatchee through the Washington Service Corps. One of the main parts of my position is coordinating and giving preparedness presentations to youth and adults in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan counties. My photo shows me … Continue reading AmeriCorps Story of Service: Caitlyn Richter

Sounding the Alarm in Lake Wenatchee

By: Betsy Robertson Lake Wenatchee is a unique community, located about 20 miles east of Stevens Pass, arguably providing the very best of what our northwest lifestyle has to offer. Residents and weekenders are presented with year-round recreation, including cross country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, camping, hiking, fly fishing … the list goes on. It’s what attracted … Continue reading Sounding the Alarm in Lake Wenatchee