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The Vashon Food Bank has received the DIG Nursery property as a charitable donation.
The budget was approved against a backdrop of some uncertainty.
“You are a force to be reckoned with.”
Island families seek inclusion, resources and information in a rising sea of political uncertainty.
VCC has not reported a single case of COVID-19 since closing its doors to visitors two months ago.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture is providing trapping instructions.
Health care provider did not provide set date for departure, but clinic lease expires in October.
The news comes as Sound Publishing further eliminated 20% of its workforce across its publications.
“Give us a good challenge and we’ll figure it out. That’s the thing about people who live on Vashon.”
Bus service won’t resume on the island for at least the next few weeks.
Several groups are organizing to better support both the island’s growers and under-resourced eaters.
It was the second such live-streamed event to address questions about COVID-19 in the community.
Now the work begins to educate and replenish lost native plants that support birds and pollinators.
“This really was an unfortunate surprise. [This] just doesn’t happen.”
Many are helping seniors stay engaged and active under Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay at home order.
Water Taxi remains on reduced schedule; community van doesn’t have enough available volunteer drivers
A recent Vashon Social Services Network meeting made clear that some are feeling the pressure.
Neighborcare Health, VashonBePrepared now offer limited testing, evaluation services.
Following recommendations proposed by Public Health — Seattle & King County.
“We love the restaurants here. We have such a great culture on the island.”