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THE DAILY ASTORIAN • FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017
COMMUNITY IN BRIEF
Brown — Tremaine
Kristine Brown, daughter of Justin and Teresa Brown of
Astoria, exchanged wedding vows with Jeremy Tremaine on
Friday, March 24, 2017, at the Ada County Courthouse, in
Boise, Idaho. He is the son of Sam and Becky Tremaine of
The bride attended Astoria High School from 1997 to
2001. She is employed as an administrative assistant at
imPact Directories in Boise.
The groom attended Northwest Christian High
School in Spokane, Washington, from 1993 to 1997. He is
a concrete foreman for Memorial Monuments in Meridian,
The couple reside in Nampa, Idaho.
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Astoria Vasa Lodge No. 215 attended a luncheon and
cooking demonstration of Swedish foods at Tongue Point
Job Corps Center. Pictured, from left, Chef Harley Badger
and culinary students James Reyes and Mandie Lynn. In-
set, a plated entree of sausage and potatoes.
The Daily Astorian
Vasa Lodge enjoys Swedish
lunches at Tongue Point
Astor Vasa Lodge No. 215 of Astoria enjoyed a lunch and
cooking demonstration April 12 at the Tongue Point Job Corps
Center culinary dining area. Instructor Harley Badger had stu-
dents demonstrate food preparations for the lodge’s pea soup rec-
ipe and Badger’s family potato sausage recipe.
Students prepped and cooked for the group of about 30 lodge
members and guests. The lunch was Swedish from coffee to ling-
onberry cheesecake. Chef Badger explained the student training
process and training sites in the Astoria area. He also told of his
youth, growing up in a Vasa Lodge with his family and Swed-
The luncheon joined two Swedish lodges, one disbanded
and one still active, to share old photos and stories after the
Elks from around the region are
convening in Seaside this week
SEASIDE — Seaside Elks Lodge 1748 is hosting the Ore-
gon State Elks Association 100th summer session meeting from
Thursday through Saturday. More than 750 Elks from Idaho,
Nevada, Washington and Oregon are attending. Honored guests
include the Grand Exalted Ruler Michael Zellen of Everett, Mas-
sachusetts, Saugus-Everett Lodge No. 642; Grand Membership
Chairman Rick Gathen; Past Grand Exalted Ruler James Damon;
and Oregon State Elks President Jerry Endicott and Grand
Trustee Keith Mills.
For information about the session, call the Seaside Lodge at
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