Jeff and Dale KMAS studio



SHS DECA Students Talk Homelessness

SheltonAxeTuesday morning on Daybreak Jeff & Dale welcomed Brittani Caldwell and Tiana Dunbar to the studio to talk about their DECA public relations project, "Teen Homelessness Awareness Campaign".  This project aims to help break down the stigmas of homelessness, and how to help the roughly 33% of High School Students who are considered homeless.  They've already helped to raise money and food donations and the plan on continuing well after their project completes in January


Transit Is Infrastructure

masonEDCaMondays on Daybreak, Jeff & Dale welcome Lynn Longan from the Mason County Economic Development Council to talk about how the county is doing and what are some big economic drivers that help the county.  This past Monday Lynn brought in Brad Patterson from Mason Transit to talk about how MTA helps with the economic development of the county.  Other topics included the prettiest route and the stigma of riding the bus


Big Fun This Weekend In Shelton

TreeLightThis weekend Shelton truly transforms into a winter wonderland with the 8th annual First Friday Celebrations this Friday and the Christmastown Parade Saturday night.  Amy Cooper, Duane Wilson and Vicki Gonzales came by Daybreak Monday to talk about all the fun and festivities.  For more on the Shelton Downtown Merchants visit this site,  To learn more about the tree lighting Friday night at 6pm check here,


Port Of Call

poc dobson taylor250Dick Taylor and John Dobson stopped by Daybreak Wednesday for their weekly "Port Of Call" segment.  They talked about the challenges of re-vamping an old saw mill building.  They are trying to figure out how to get some of the big equipment out and also how to split the power and water into individual lots to allow for multiple businesses in the same building.


PCU gets $2 million to help community

pcfcuJim Morrell from Peninsula Credit Union stopped by Daybreak Wednesday morning to talk about a $2 million grant from the Community Development Financial Institutions.  He told a few stories on how the credit union is helping folks around the area.  More information about the program is available here,