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Among other activites, Boy Scout Troop 1492 holds it annual Scout fruit fundraiser. The fruits are all organic, including peaches, pears and nectarines available for pick up late August with apples and cider available for pick up in early November. Order at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-1960.
Community Events, July 2014
After the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center Board of Commissioners passed a resolution to place a 12 cents per $1,000 (assessed valuation) levy on the February 2015 ballot, there was a guest comment that suggests that SARC should solve its financial difficulties by “continuing the monumental efforts of Director Scott Deschenes of initiating innovative programs to encourage public usage of SARC (plan C) and, if that is unsuccessful, close the pool (plan D), which is a major cost to SARC. (“SARC board pleads; the public pays,” Guest Opinion by Bill Black, Sequim Gazette, July 16, page A-10).
After four years away from the event she co-founded, Tracy Blume Thompson returns to Jazz in the Alley during Sequim Lavender Weekend.
The SARC board of commissioners is now broadcasting doom and gloom before the district’s voting public when pleading for support for the proposed February 2015 M&O levy. Chairman (Frank) Pickering is quoted as saying, “It was time to act, so we acted.”
It just so happened that I was thumbing through a particular book that piqued my interest when I heard about Richard Olmer’s passing. The book’s title? “The Book of Dead Philosophers” by Simon Critchley.