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FREE SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS

city of shelton logo color small 150Shelton Parks and Recreation is excited to announce the kickoff of a free summer recreation program for local youth at the Transit-Community Center. Starting Monday, July 20 Mason County youth will have a safe place to recreate and play for a few hours each day playing sports including basketball, pickleball, and volleyball, board games and more.

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Road Construction on State Highways 7/12 to 7/18

DOT sealThe following is a summary of road construction and maintenance scheduled on state highways around Mason County during the week of July 12, 2015 through July 18, 2015. 

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Legislature adjourns with a solid budget, action on key priorities

gov jay insleeGov. Jay Inslee lauded the completion of this year’s session which concluded with bipartisan passage of an historic transportation investment package and a new state operating budget that reinvests in Washington after years of deep cuts in education, health and human services, state parks and other important services.

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CHARMED IN MASON COUNTY

Charm Farm at Little CreekAs sponsor of the North Mason Visitor Center “Charm Farm Guest Services Training” seminars, the Little Creek Casino Resort staff turned out for class at their hotel in Shelton on July 7.  Hosted by Little Creek Marketing Director Tyson Kruger (back row), the Chamber is offering this free training to businesses throughout Mason County to help frontline staff roll out the red carpet for their customers, especially during tourism season.

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Goveror signs “revenge porn” bills into law

audio iconA pair of new laws signed by Governor Jay Inslee Thursday in Olympia are designed to crack down on one of the most disturbing features of the Internet. 

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Future of Bill Hunter Park in Belfair

NM VoiceMTA logoOn Monday, July 27, 2015 North Mason Community Voice is hosting a public meeting in order to gather input to guide community leaders on the future of William O. Hunter Park, commonly referred to as Bill Hunter Park.

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