Category Archives: Community Events

Three Celebrity Golfers to Attend Love INC Golf Tourney

Don James holding an auction item from the 2011 Love Inc. Golf Tournament

Three celebrity golfers have signed up to participate in the Second Annual Love INC Golf Tournament and Dinner Auction set for July 30th at Alderbrook Golf Course in Union. In April, Love INC announced former University of Washington head football coach Don James will be attending. This week, the organization announced Julio Cruz, former Seattle Mariner record holder and now voice of the Mariners; and Nesby Glasgow, former NFL player, and University of Washington four-year starter, All American who played in the 1978 Rose Bowl will also be participating.

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Government Meeting Schedule for June 25 through June 29

Shelton City Commission, Hospital District 1 Commission, PUD 3 Commission, Mason County Commission, Shelton School Board, & Hospital District 2 Commission

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American Legion Retiring Flags Saturday

American Legion Fred B. Wivell Post 31 will be hosting an American Flag Retirement Ceremony at the Shelton Memorial Park Veterans Area on Saturday at 11:00 AM. The post along with cadets from the Shelton High School NJROTC and local Boy Scout troops will participate in the ceremony and will show how an American Flag should be properly disposed of. The public is invited to the ceremony.

Mason County Forest Festival This Weekend

The 2012 Mason County Forest Festival runs through this weekend. This year’s theme is “Olde Tyme Timber”. This is the 68th year for Forest Festival and activities start today (Thursday) with the Carnival.

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Harstine Island Community Choir Annual Spring Concert

Harstine Island Community Choir presents their eighth annual spring concert, Touch of Fire, leading you from the flickering first lights of Bobrowitz and Porter’s The Creation (A Rock Cantata), to bask in the splendor, warmth and glory of Joseph Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicolai, and finally to the hope of renewal in a set of American spirituals that triumph over the ashes of despair. Their first performance is 7 PM tonight (May 18th) at United Methodist Church in Shelton. The Choir is also performing at 3 PM tomorrow (May 19th) at St Hugh’s Episcopal Church in Allyn and at 3 PM Sunday (May 20th) at the Choir’s home venue, Harstine Island Community Hall. All performances: Donate as able.