by Barbara Berthiaume, PSO Bluebills
This is your last chance to sign up for the Dove House
Golf Benefit to be held on Friday, August 19, at the Port
Ludlow Golf Course. The field can take a maximum of 120
golfers. Last year, we had to turn away three teams due
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by Mary Ronen, Editorial Staff
Today, I am feeling somewhat optimistic. It has been
warmer and sunnier, yet not too hot as to be uncomfort-
able—we finally could be heading into summer. While
warmer and drier conditions are much appreciated, caution
is in order as there are still the threats of possible wildfires.
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The Port Ludlow Singers are in need of a volunteer director
to lead a chorus of soprano, alto, tenor, and bass voices.
The group also is looking for more singers. They meet on
Wednesdays from 4 to 6 pm. Performances are usually on
Wednesday afternoons at retiree facilities in Port Townsend
and Kitsap County.
Continue reading “Singing Group Seeks Director and Performers”
Martha’s Book Group will discuss Matt Haig’s The
Midnight Library on Tuesday, August 9. Now in paper-
back edition, Haig’s innovative book has been on the New
York Times best-sellers list for the past 40 weeks.
We all have one life to live. We make choices along the
way that ultimately determine our fate. In this novel Nora
Seed makes a tragic choice to end her life prematurely,
only to find herself in the Midnight Library.
Continue reading “The Midnight Library—A Twist on Life and Death”
Rosalee Walz, Chemakum Tribal
A photography collection called “Still Here:
Portraits of the Chemakum”
was recently exhibited at
High School. The pictures,
taken by Brian Goodman,
were each printed more
than five feet tall and hung
from the rafters of the
Continue reading “Today’s Chemakum Portrayed in Exhibit”
On Thursday, September 1, the Port Ludlow Paper Arts
Club is resuming in-person meetings on the first Thursday
of each month. Members are asked to bring scissors, glue
stick or glue tape, and pencils to the meetings, which will
be held at the Bay Club from 10 a.m. to noon.
Continue reading “Paper Arts to Welcome Old Friends, New Members”
by Marie Bogan, Staff Writer
Jefferson Healthcare recently completed a series of virtual
meetings to get community feedback on upcoming changes
to their Port Townsend medical center complex. The two
most significant changes would call for replacement of a
1965-era building and retrofit of a 1988-era building.
In one of the sessions, Jefferson Healthcare CEO Mike
Glenn said that a 2015 engineering evaluation had deter-
mined those two buildings to be “seismically vulnerable
structures.” He called the report “pretty daunting,” and
added that the engineers advised renovation within seven to
Continue reading “Jefferson Healthcare to Expand and Modernize”
Jefferson County Library is sponsoring these events and
services: Live Online Author Talk, Online Book Discussion, Book Sale,
One-on-One Free Tech Support, and WSU Seed Library.
Continue reading “Library Lineup Includes Prestigious Writer”
by Keppie Keplinger, Public Information Officer
Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue
During the past year, Port Ludlow and East Jefferson fire
districts have increased collaboration in an effort to get the
most out of available resources while continuing to deliver
outstanding emergency services.
Continue reading “East Jefferson Fire Rescue and Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue Pursue a Merger”
Attorney Tony Hinson will host a discussion of estate and life-care
planning on Tuesdays, August 9 and 23, at 11:30 am. The online
programs will focus on solutions that can help preserve wealth, minimize
taxes, and ensure your legacy.
Continue reading “Free Life-Care Planning Zoom Seminars”