Join Tony Hinson on Tuesdays, December 7, January 11, and January 25, at 11:30 a.m. as he explores estate and life-care planning solutions that prepare you properly to protect your assets and remain independent.Continue reading “Free Legal and Estate-Planning Zoom Seminars”
The Port Ludlow Garden Club is returning in the new year with its first speaker, Master Gardener Lys Burden, who has directed a Growing Groceries class for over five years. It is a five-week class offered twice yearly through WSU Extension. The spring class includes topics about soil management, seed starting, composting, cultivation practices, pest management, and more.Continue reading “Start Your New Year with the Garden Club”
The 34th annual Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair is set for December 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Chimacum High School, 91 West Valley Road. Typically hosting nearly 100 vendors from around Washington state, the fair is an iconic shopping tradition and the largest holiday craft fair in Jefferson County.Continue reading “Holiday Art Fair Returns to Chimacum”
from Compass & Clock
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- Compass & Clock Magazine is offered online bi-annually as an eBook. (In addition, all articles through 2021 are recorded for listening at any time.) compass-clock-ebook
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But in addition to providing useful information, Compass & Clock also helps you connect with your neighbors, so you can make a positive difference in someone’s life today.
Christmas Cards for Seniors is a good example of neighbor-to-neighbor outreach facilitated by Compass & Clock. It’s intended to make sure residents of assisted-living communities are not forgotten when it comes to holiday greetings.
So, while you’re addressing your Christmas cards this year, consider including a card or two for those in a care facility. You don’t need specific names or addresses; this thoughtful program makes it easy. For details, see christmas-cards-for-senior-2021
by Raina Baker, CBNW Executive Director
Camp Beausite Northwest (CBNW), a residential camp program and retreat center for people of all ages with special needs, has finally been able to reopen their doors to provide camp and respite services again. Like so many businesses and nonprofits, CBNW was hit hard by the pandemic and by a state mandate that didn’t allow for many resident camp programs to operate.Continue reading “A Return to Camp — CBNW”
The Bluebills Builders are in need of volunteers. You can help support community needs.
The PSO Bluebills Builders install grab bars, railings, and ramps made to specifications by the Americans with Disabilities Act. These home improvements guard against falls that can lead to serious injury and immobility.Continue reading “PSO Bluebills Builders: Call for Volunteers”
Symbiosis: “a similar relationship of mutual interdependence between groups.” How does this word apply to Tri-Area Food Bank and Chimacum Backpack for Kids?Continue reading “A Symbiotic Relationship”
by Brian Belmont, General Manager
LMC will be holding its 2022 Budget Ratification Members’ Meeting in the Bay View room of the Beach Club on December 16. Budget and voting material will be mailed to all LMC members by December 1. After receiving the Budget packet, members may contact me at the Beach Club if you have budget or voting related questions, and I will be happy to answer them.Continue reading “Update from the Manger — North Bay”
Introducing Gene Carmody who is the new North Bay editor for the Port Ludlow Voice. If you have an event or any happening that you would like to have appear in the Beach Club/North Bay news section of the Voice, please send to Gene at northbayeditor|||plvoice|||org|||Voice — North Bay. Welcome, Gene!
by John Nuerenberg