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Wenatchee

(wĭnăch`ē), city (1990 pop. 21,756), seat of Chelan co., central Wash., on the Columbia River in the foothills of the Cascade Range; inc. 1892. It is a resort and a commercial center in a fertile fruit-growing valley famous for its apples. Wenatchee's industries produce processed foods, plastics, consumer goods, sportswear, and conveyors. In the city are a horticulture experiment station and a museum containing Native American artifacts. Nearby Rock Island Dam supplies Wenatchee with power.
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Veronique Paquette is a second-grade teacher at Kenroy Elementary School in Wenatchee, Washington.
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Actual books-by-mail service began in the 1960s at the North Central Regional Library in Wenatchee, Washington, when Mike Lynch sent an annotated catalog of paperback titles to each system patron with a rural mailbox as an address.
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Reviewed by Kay Taylor, NCTM, Wenatchee, Washington
At present Wilt is president of Alcoa's US Primary Products business and joined the company in 1999 as superintendent at its US Metals operations in Alcoa, Tennessee, then became plant manager at its Wenatchee, Washington smelting facility in 2001, thereafter served as VP of Energy Development and of Operational Excellence for GPP before his present position in 2009.