In order to hear from constituents about the issues that matter to them, Representative Derek Kilmer (WA-06) will hold a series of town halls throughout the region, as well as a telephone town hall for folks who cannot attend an in-person town hall. The meetings will be open to the public.
The Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce is inviting everyone to Chalk the Walks on Tuesday.
For the sixth year, the Chamber is joining Chalk the Walks (a project of The Joy Team) to host a community-wide sidewalk chalking event. All you have to do is spend some time outside writing an uplifting message or create some chalk artwork on your sidewalk, driveway, or parking lot. Help make our community cheerful and entertaining for everyone to enjoy.
On July 23, 2019, the Mason County Board of Health declared the month of August as Overdose Awareness Month in Mason County. August 31St, 2019 is recognized around the world as International Overdose Awareness Day. The aim of International Overdose Awareness Day is to raise awareness, reduce the stigma of drug-related deaths, remember those who have died or suffered permanent injury because of drug overdose and encourage discussion about overdose prevention and drug policy.
The Pioneer School District is sponsoring a “Stuff the Bus” campaign for back-to-school supplies. This will occur on August 9, 10, and 11, from 10 am to 4 pm, in the Shelton Walmart parking lot. This is a great opportunity to help support kids as they start school. The hope is to fill a bus to capacity with items that students use every day, such as, notebooks, paper, pencils, markers, pens, rulers, etc. Any item that supports student’s education will be accepted.
[VIDEO] In partnership with Mason County Public Works and Republic Services, United Way of Mason County will be handing out vouchers for the final Mason County free dump day of this year. Loretta Swanson, the County’s Public Works Director, explained the voucher process during Tuesday’s Mason County Commission meeting:
Vouchers will be handed out to 300 Mason County residents, on a first- come first- serve basis to be redeemable on September 6, 2019 at the Mason County Landfill at 501 E Eells Hill Road, Shelton, WA.
James Bond is coming to Shelton. Mason General Hospital Foundation’s signature holiday event, Fantasy Forest, returns to Little Creek Casino Resort this November, with the sleek and glamourous world of 007 and international espionage serving as the backdrop. Once again featuring the popular events Father Daughter Night Out, Business Luncheon & Confections Auction, Barrels & Brews, and Gala and Live Auction; Fantasy Forest promises a week full of festive celebrating, holiday cheer and the spirit of giving back to Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics.
As students and their parents get ready for the new school year, it’s important to remember to stay up-to-date on required immunization shots. Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics is committed to offering patients and community members options when it comes to fulfilling their health care needs. MGH Oakland Bay Pediatrics is pleased to offer two immunization clinics this year prior to the start of the school year.
The Port of Dewatto is holding another meeting its Comprehensive Plan and the future of Port on Saturday. This meeting is set to begin at 11 AM at the Port’s Building, 2501 NE Dewatto Road. The public is encouraged to attend and provide input. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will once again record the meeting.
[VIDEO] Last Friday, the Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce’s Expo & Bite of Mason County transformed downtown Shelton into a street fair along Railroad Avenue. The Chamber says thousands of residents and visitors turned out for the one-day event.
MasonWebTV Powered by HCC talked with Heidi McCutcheon, Executive Director of the Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce, on Friday.
Nearly 80 businesses and organizations filled almost 100 booth spaces between 1st Street and 5th Street including a dozen food vendors.