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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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:

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