August Lunch Program Listings
08/06 Casey Reeter will speak about the Wilderbee farm and meadery
Mead is an ancient wine made from honey. Their mission, the craft, art, and science of what they make. They raise an ancient Roman sheep breed which kept the Ronan’s warm in winter, sell the wool to weavers, teach pottery, create bird and bat houses, keep honey bees, raise lavender and incredible flowers blueberries and other things. Very scientific in their approach to soil science and plants and animals.
08/13 Jeff Randall Olympic Peninsula YMCA.
J eff will describe a plan to replace Jefferson County's only public pool at Mountain View Commons with a modern multi-use aquatic facility and community wellness center that would be built with a mix of private and public funds and operated by the Olympic Peninsula YMCA. This effort involves multiple local partners including the City of Port Townsend, Jefferson Healthcare, the Port Townsend School District, and Jefferson County. The current pool was built in 1962. The new facility is proposed to be completed by 2022.
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Service Above Self
08/27 “Youth Protection: A Shared Responsibility”
Mike Cloutier, Mike will update our club about district policies and club requirements to ensure that all young people in our programs are safe.
08/20 CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM
Amy Howard currently serves on the Port Townsend City Council in Position 6. She is the Chair of the Finance and Budget Committee, serves on the Housing and Rules Committees, and is the city representative to the OlyCAP Board of Directors.
Bernie Arthur arrived in Port Townsend 23 years ago and began building and selling boats. He also is a Realtor. Arthur said he has served on several advisory boards for the city and the schools.
David Faber is a 1st term member of the Port Townsend City Council and an attorney working predominantly with wills, trusts, and estates for residents of Jefferson County. He was raised in Port Townsend, graduating Port Townsend High School in 2001. David received a Bachelor of Arts from the Evergreen State College in Olympia in 2007, graduated Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2012,
August Lunch Program Listings
© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
08/13 Jeff Randall Olympic Peninsula YMCA.
J eff will describe a plan to replace Jefferson County's only public pool at Mountain View Commons with a modern multi-use aquatic facility and community wellness center that would be built with a mix of private and public funds and operated by the Olympic Peninsula YMCA. This effort involves multiple local partners including the City of Port Townsend, Jefferson Healthcare, the Port Townsend School District, and Jefferson County. The current pool was built in 1962. The new facility is proposed to be completed by 2022.
08/20 CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM
Amy Howard currently serves on the Port Townsend City Council in Position 6. She is the Chair of the Finance and Budget Committee, serves on the Housing and Rules Committees, and is the city representative to the OlyCAP Board of Directors.
Bernie Arthur arrived in Port Townsend 23 years ago and began building and selling boats. He also is a Realtor. Arthur said he has served on several advisory boards for the city and the schools.
David Faber is a 1st term member of the Port Townsend City Council and an attorney working predominantly with wills, trusts, and estates for residents of Jefferson County. He was raised in Port Townsend, graduating Port Townsend High School in 2001. David received a Bachelor of Arts from the Evergreen State College in Olympia in 2007, graduated Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2012,
08/27 “Youth Protection: A Shared Responsibility”
Mike Cloutier, Mike will update our club about district policies and club requirements to ensure that all young people in our programs are safe.
August Lunch Program Listings
© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
08/06 Casey Reeter will speak about the Wilderbee farm and meadery
Mead is an ancient wine made from honey. Their mission, the craft, art, and science of what they make. They raise an ancient Roman sheep breed which kept the Ronan’s warm in winter, sell the wool to weavers, teach pottery, create bird and bat houses, keep honey bees, raise lavender and incredible flowers blueberries and other things. Very scientific in their approach to soil science and plants and animals.
08/13 Jeff Randall Olympic Peninsula YMCA.
J eff will describe a plan to replace Jefferson County's only public pool at Mountain View Commons with a modern multi-use aquatic facility and community wellness center that would be built with a mix of private and public funds and operated by the Olympic Peninsula YMCA. This effort involves multiple local partners including the City of Port Townsend, Jefferson Healthcare, the Port Townsend School District, and Jefferson County. The current pool was built in 1962. The new facility is proposed to be completed by 2022.
08/20 CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM
Amy Howard currently serves on the Port Townsend City Council in Position 6. She is the Chair of the Finance and Budget Committee, serves on the Housing and Rules Committees, and is the city representative to the OlyCAP Board of Directors.
Bernie Arthur arrived in Port Townsend 23 years ago and began building and selling boats. He also is a Realtor. Arthur said he has served on several advisory boards for the city and the schools.
David Faber is a 1st term member of the Port Townsend City Council and an attorney working predominantly with wills, trusts, and estates for residents of Jefferson County. He was raised in Port Townsend, graduating Port Townsend High School in 2001. David received a Bachelor of Arts from the Evergreen State College in Olympia in 2007, graduated Cum Laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2012,
08/27 “Youth Protection: A Shared Responsibility”
Mike Cloutier, Mike will update our club about district policies and club requirements to ensure that all young people in our programs are safe.