Port Ludlow Men’s Golf Association Championship

The Port Ludlow Golf course held its annual Men’s Club Championship on September 13, 15 and 17.

The course was in excellent condition and the weather aided in providing some challenge to the competitive field.

The Club Championship was won by Christopher McDaniel who took the lead early on the first day and maintained the lead through the third round. Bruce Case was the runner up.

The four low gross winners were Christopher McDaniel for the first flight, Mike Raymond for the second flight, Robert Good for the third flight, and Jim Laker for the white/gold flight.

The four low net winners, which takes handicaps into account, were Bruce Case for the first flight, Steven McDaniel for second flight, David Parrish for the third flight, and Jack Lambton for the white/gold flight.

The pro shop and grounds crew made this a great event for all the players.

School District “Shops Loal” to Strengthen Food Supply Chain

by Allison Klump, Guest Writer

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The Chimacum School District has experienced many of the same pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and shortages as other schools, restaurants, and retail locations around the world. But the district has tackled those challenges head-on with support from local farmers and food organizations, as well as their own supply of fresh, student-grown food.

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PLDL To Feature Facebook Security and Burst Photography

Port Ludlow Digital Life (PLDL) is offering these new ‘All Things Digital’ and photography special-interest group classes for December:

Facebook Security

Facebook can be a fun and communicative program involving all your friends and family. Sharing experiences and photos helps keep people connected, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic. 

Facebook can also be a major source of frustration and monetary loss. There are many problems with the default program that allows more ads and potentially allows users access to your personal information. The program could also be hacked, giving hackers an opportunity to send out false or misleading information. 

PLDL is providing a class to teach participants how to lock down the program, make it safer to use, and protect personal information from unscrupulous viewers. Because Facebook can be viewed on any browser or platform, Facebook security will be demonstrated on both PCs and Macs. The class will be taught by John Nuerenberg Monday, December 13, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., at the Bay Club.

Upcoming Sessions

Upcoming sessions planned for ‘All Things Digital’ include workshops on Windows 10 and 11, password managers, and browsers. Watch for meeting announcements in the Voice or on the Nextdoor site.

Burst Photography and Art Wolfe Video

Shirley Sandoz will offer a session on burst photography — which can be done on a cell phone as well as a camera — Monday, December 20, from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at the Bay Club. That meeting will also feature the Art Wolfe video, Photography as Art. (While PLDL photography meetings are typically held on the fourth Monday of each month, the December meeting has been moved to Monday, December 20, because of the Christmas holiday.)

Second Annual Photo Exhibit

PLDL members are eager to share their second annual online photo exhibit with the Port Ludlow community. Many viewers have already logged on to enjoy these selected images at pldigitallife.org/. Last year’s exhibit can be found there, too.

Additional Information

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Church Extends Community Invitation

December 21 is the longest night of the year, and that night will seem even longer to those who have suffered a personal loss. In fact, the holiday season can be a particularly difficult time for anyone who is coping with loneliness or trauma—and enduring two years of the Covid-19 pandemic has added another layer of stress. That’s why Port Hadlock Methodist Church is inviting the community to attend—either in the decorated church sanctuary or via Facebook Live—two special holiday services:

  • The “Longest Night” service will be held Tuesday, December 21, at 7:00 p.m.
  • A Christmas Eve service will be held Friday, December 24, at 7:00 p.m.

The Christmas Eve service will include seasonal readings, carols, a message of hope, and candlelight.

The Community United Methodist Church is located at 130 Church Lane in Port Hadlock. For more information, see http://www.hadlockchurch.com/