Daybreak general 2016

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'Twas a SADD day on Daybreak!

Shelton HS SADD

Gerry Apple was on Daybreak! this morning along with some of the students in the SADD club that he leads.  Josh, Alec, Rachel, and Stefanie all came in to talk about a variety of things that the club is involved with. "Teens against tobacco use" or TATU,  is one of the programs they use to encourage other kids their ages and younger to not use tobacco.  Little starts teaches safety and they also cover how advertising tries to get people to start smoking.

The main reason everyone was in today was to talk about their 30th anniversary coming up that will be celebrated on Saturday, February 20th at the SUB at Shelton High School.  It's from 5:30pm - 8:00pm and there will be a silent auction, spaghetti dinner, dessert, entertainment.  Tickets are just $10 and you can see Kim Howard at the high school, one of the members of SADD.


Dr. Alex Apostle On Daybreak 02/05

alex apostleHScropDr. Alex Apostle, Shelton school Superintendent, was on Daybreak! Friday to talk about some upcoming meetings, one is for staff to ask and address any problems, the other is community wide. Dr. Apostle also gave the date for the spring sports community pride night that is coming up in March. Dr. Apostle is on Daybreak! Fridays at 8:15.


Clean up Shelton - Saturday, Feb 6.

kevin schmelzlenCitizen Kevin Schmelzlen was on Daybreak! Friday morning to talk about an event happening tomorrow morning.  It's called "clean up Shelton" and people will be meeting to pick up trash along the train tracks behind Park St.  Kevin rents his place from Shelton Mayor Gary Cronce and love to see him and everyone in town come help clean up this part of the city.  The pickup begins at 9am and it's encouraged to wear long pants and sleeves and closed-toed shoes.


3rd Annual Financial Information Fair coming 2/6

Allison Maluchnik from the Asset Building Coalition was on Daybreak! Thursday to talk about this weekends financial fair. The Asset Building Coalition of Mason County hosts the 3rd annual Super Saturday Financial Information Fair on Feb. 6 in Shelton. The event runs from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Shelton Timberland Regional Library,710 W. Alder St. The free event is open to the public. Free snacks and door prizes will be given away. Information is to be available regarding college student financial aid, home ownership options and ideas for self-employment start-up.


Shelton police chief Moody talks increase in gun crime

Darrin Moody was on Daybreak! Thursday during the Focus On Shelton to speak on the increase in gun crimes this past month. The first month of 2016 marked a “significant increase” in crimes involving illegal firearms and guns being left in vehicles, Shelton’s police chief said. Three separate gun-related arrests were the result, according to Chief Darrin Moody.  From the story,