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The Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association is sponsoring five Wednesday night soup suppers and services during the church season of Lent, the time of preparation for Easter. A simple supper of soup and bread will be served at 6 p.m., followed by a time of prayer, song and a Bible-based drama at approximately 6:35. The evening is free and open to the public. A free-will offering will be received to support the association’s emergency assistance fund.
The Grays Harbor County 4-H Clubs will hold a basket bingo fundraising event at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 15 at the Olympic View Grange Hall in Brady. The activities will include 20 games of bingo, two blackout bingo games and a raffle of baked items.
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What’s on the menu at the wolf café? — a hands-on workshop and a glimpse into the life of the enigmatic carnivore. Wolf Haven International, a nonprofit wolf sanctuary and education and conservation organization, will be at the Elma Timberland Library with its all-ages “Wolf Café” program on Wednesday, March 12, from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
LIVING WELL WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS WORKSHOP: Sea Mar Community Health Centers, in collaboration with The Olympic Area Agency on Aging, has scheduled a FREE Workshop open to the public: Living Well With Chronic Conditions, to be held one day a week (Mondays, 2.5 hours, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) for six consecutive weeks beginning Monday March 3 and continuing March 10, 17, 24, 31 and April 7 at the Sea Mar Health Care Center, 1813 Sumner Ave., Aberdeen in their Conference Room. The workshop will be taught by two trained leaders. All of the materials individuals will be using were developed by Stanford University’s Chronic Disease-Self Management Program. This program is designed to help individuals who suffer from a chronic condition, including diabetes, asthma, heart disease, chronic pain, arthritis, and hypertension just to name a few; to lessen their stress and frustration, manage symptoms, and deal with fatigue. Those caring for a loved one with a chronic condition may benefit from this workshop also. Each participant will have access to a ‘Living Well With Chronic Conditions’ book. The goal of the program is to help you live a healthy life with your chronic conditions by managing your symptoms. Space for the workshop is limited so please register early. For more information and registration, please call (360) 538-2457 or 1-866-582-1487. The meeting site is accessible to persons with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities can be arranged with advance 7 day notice by calling Karna McCarthy at 1-866-582-1487 or (360) 538-2457 or emailing her at email@example.com .
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The Grays Harbor Pulp & Paper Co. mill was completed in 1928 and the first shipment of pulp left for Kalamazoo, Mich., on Oct. 11 of that year. If you have more information on this photo or others from this feature, visit www.jonesphotocollection.com and submit it via the website’s feedback form.
McDermoth Elementary School’s new ASB officers are pictured outside the school in early February. The officers are, from left, President Camryn Hover, Vice President Kirsten Gay, Sergeant at Arms Khianna Barreras, Secretary Shayla Johnson-Pruett and Treasurer Karter Downs.
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Smart Driver, formerly known as AARP Driver Safety Course, will be offered from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, March 12 and 13 at the Hoquiam Timberland Library. Senior citizens completing the course may qualify for reductions in their auto insurance. The cost is $20 per person/$15 for AARP members. For more information and to pre-register, call Dan or Lorene Burns at 538-1440.
The Elma School District Special Services Office is preparing to destroy all special education records for prior students who were born in 1985.
The Elma High School Competition Dance and Drill Team took second place at the Capital High School Dance Invitational March 1.