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“The more people are ready, the more people we can help.”
Volunteers have spent long hours attempting to humanely trap a dog who escaped from his owner.
Despite a few unlucky coincidences, confidence in the future of the Vashon Community Pool is high.
More than 700 athletes will compete, including six rowers from the Burton Beach Rowing Club.
Winona LaDuke will speak at the Vashon Theater about environmentalism and indigenous rights.
The district is currently seeking islanders to form two committees and prepare statements.
Negotiations over a lease agreement with the state have reached a crossroads.
New additions may be on the way, but old favorites will stay on the menu.
Guided small-group discussions about life, death and everything in between will be held.
Votes for a cold storage and washing facility will be tallied online through Jan. 31.
“I think this is really an opportunity to see the world from someone else’s point of view.”
Contamination and safety concerns have plagued the dock for years.
Nine short films will be shown from a wide-ranging collection.
Cataloging island salmon species helps to inform restoration efforts meant to support them.
The Vashon Park District continues to meet its operating targets and expenses as it heads into 2019 with a balanced budget, though an election for… Continue reading
“We are capturing and archiving an intersection of personal and professional history.”
Island nonprofit RJ’s Kids will fundraise for the construction of a pump track at the park.
The benefits of swimming for those with limited abilities are many, said Aquatics Manager Ann White.
Islanders who are bothered by noise from air traffic over Vashon delivered a petition to the Port of Seattle last week, appealing for the island’s… Continue reading