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The community and the McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce was on hand for the Timber Ridge open house and ribbon cutting on Saturday, August 8, 2015 to celebrate their new unit remodel.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods is excited to soon begin serving teens at the new McKinleyville Teen and Community Center. Come learn all about the Club and the new McKinleyville facility this Thursday, August 13th at Azalea Hall from 6pm-7pm! Take a virtual tour, speak with youth members from the McKinleyville Youth Leadership Society (MYLS) and learn how you can make a difference in the lives of Northern Humboldt teens!
DMC just rehabbed this barn. They are currenty doing three additions, one new construction custom home, decks, a patio, windows and siding on a home, and all kinds of service calls as well as a restaurant in Arcata. They just hired two more employees this week and currently employ 18 people in Humboldt county.
Boots, Brews, Bites & Bordeaux
On Saturday, May 30 in McKinleyville was alive with nearly 300 people, some from as far away as Las Vegas. It was the first annual beer and wine walk through McKinleyville. There were 20 host businesses that paired with breweries, wineries as well as local food vendors.
Participants received a commemorative sample glass and had the choice of walking the 1.2 mile route or catching a ride on the Wes Green Landscape Materials hay ride or the Timber Ridge shuttle bus.
About 150 people finished off the night at the barn dance at A&L Feed where they danced to the music of Cliff Dallas and the Death Valley Troubadours.
McKinleyville was jumping again on Wednesday, June 3 at this year's chili cook-off, where there was live music by Michael Davyd. About 300 attendees judged the chili cooks in five different categories.
This year's winners were:
- Best Professional Chili - Fieldbrook General Store
- McKinleyville's Best Chili - Nor Cal Pet
- Best Team Name - Timber Ridge "Timber Ridge Chippers"
- Best Dressed Team - Blue Lake Casino
- Best Booth - Blue Lake Casino