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Pioneer Seeking Volunteers for Bond Advisory Committee

pioneer SD logoThe Pioneer School District is now seeking volunteers to serve on a Bond Advisory Committee. Now that voters have passed the $25.4 Million school construction bond for an addition to the Primary School and a new Pioneer Middle School, the District is establishing the Pioneer Bond Advisory Committee (PBAC). The purpose of the PBAC is to help communicate with the public, review expenditures, develop/review the design, and provide feedback during the selection of firms.

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Shelton Police Looking for Fleeing Driver

shelton Police patchOn Sunday, February 22, 2015 at around 7:30 PM, the Shelton Police Department pulled over a white Honda Accord on Shelton Springs Road for a traffic violation.  When the officer went to contact the driver the vehicle sped off.  The officer pursued the suspect vehicle and was able to get the license plate, and driver description. 

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Shelton Arts Commission Empty Bowls

The Shelton Arts Commission is pleased to announce the dates for the 9th annual Empty Bowls project, a three night creative effort to fight hunger.   Last year the event raised over $1,200 for The Saint’s Pantry Food Bank.

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North Mason Community Voice Meeting Monday

NM VoiceThe next North Mason Community Voice meeting will be Monday, February 23 at 7 PM at the Belfair Masonic Lodge (23341 NE SR3). Guest speaker will be Bill Bryant, commissioner for the Port of Seattle. (For more information on Bill Bryant, click here.)  He was born in Morton, grew up in Hoodsport and knows the Mason County area very well.

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MGH&FC FIRST AID/CPR/AED COURSE IN MARCH

MGH logoMason General Hospital & Family of Clinics will be presenting another FIRST AID/CPR/First Aid class on Thursday, March 12, 2015 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Hospital’s Learning Center, located next to McDonald’s on Olympic Highway North. This certificate class requires a non-refundable registration fee of $35 (exact cash or check) payable in advance.

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