After another month and another series of hair-raising events on the national and global scenes, we have some good news for you: In Port Ludlow and Jefferson County, life appears to be inching back to quasi-normal.Continue reading “Editorial”
Daniel Evans, whose role is race boss for the Northwest Maritime Center and the Wooden Boat Festival, will speak at the First Wednesday Luncheon on October 5 He will share films of the Race to Alaska (R2AK) from the past few years, as well as his insights into future races.Continue reading “Maritime Theme for First Wednesday Lunceon”
The League of Women Voters of Jefferson County (LWVJC) is inviting questions for an October 11 candidate forum for the Board of County Commissioners, Position 3. Beginning at 6 p.m., the hour-long event will feature candidates Greg Brotherton and Marcia Kelbon.Continue reading “Questions Sought for Candidate Forum”
Members of the League of Women Voters-Jefferson County who recently served as election observers have commended the work of the Jefferson County elections staff. The monitors reported that, while often sitting next to observers from the Republican and Democratic parties, they witnessed every aspect of the regulation-driven process, starting with the opening of the ballot boxes and ending with the actual counting of the ballots.Continue reading “Independent Group Eyes Voting Activity”
by April Thompson, Olympic Angels
There are two fostering families in your Port Ludlow community who need support, and we at Olympic Angels have seen everyday people like you change the way children experience foster care.Continue reading “Volunteers Needed to Support the Foster Care Community”
Gardening educator and author Marianne Binetti will speak to the Port Ludlow Garden Club (PLGC) during their luncheon on Wednesday, October 12, at the Bay Club, 120 Spinnaker Place. Socializing will start at 11 a.m., followed by an 11:30 a.m. short business meeting.Continue reading “Horticulture Expert To Address Garden Club”
The Jefferson County Historical Society has begun its First Friday Speaker Series, featuring presenters with regional knowledge of fire, fire safety, fire practices, fire ecology, and firefighting.Continue reading “Speaker Program Explores Fire Topics”
Attorney Tony Hinson will host a discussion of estate and lifecare planning on Tuesdays, October 4 and 18, at 11:30 a.m. The seminars, presented via Zoom, will focus on solutions that preserve wealth, minimize taxes, and optimize legacy.Continue reading “Free Life-Care Planning Seminars”
Are you good with forms and instructions, have strong basic computer skills and enjoy helping people? Then consider becoming an IRS-certified Tax-Aide volunteer!. The Tax-Aide program is sponsored by AARP and the IRS.
Complete an online application at aarp.org/taxaide. Application deadline is November 24.
The Rev. Dr. Kevin Hall and his wife Josie.
Port Ludlow Community Church is welcoming a new pastor, the Rev. Dr. Kevin Hall. He has pastored for over 25 years in a variety of settings and recently taught practical theology at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington. He completed his master of divinity degree at Regent College in Vancouver B.C. and his doctor of ministry at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Massachusetts.Continue reading “New Pastor Comes to Community Church”