Alderbrook Properties Hosts 5th Annual Love Inc Golf Tournament

SHELTON, WA ‒ Alderbrook Properties will present the 5th Annual Love INC Golf Tournament, Ball Drop and Auction, Monday, July 20, 2015, at the award-winning Alderbrook Golf and Yacht Club in Union, Washington.  New to the tournament this year will be a Ladies Division. “We have had great success with our Men’s and Mixed Divisions and have found more and more ladies want to participate,” added Bill Kendrick, chairman of the event. “With the increase in women wanting to participate we were feeling good about adding a Ladies Division.”

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Meetings On Mosquito-Control Permit Updates

OLYMPIA – A permit that allows the use of pesticides to control mosquitoes in and near water is being proposed for re-issue with minor changes. The public is invited to learn more at public meetings and provide feedback. The permit is an important tool to protect public health and the environment. It allows mosquito control districts to legally spray to control larvae and adult mosquitoes. It protects water quality and allows spraying for both nuisance and disease-carrying mosquitoes.

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Mason PUD3 March Meeting Schedule Changes

PUD 3 Commission cancels March 10 & March 24 meetings, reschedules meetings for March 17 & March 31 The Mason County PUD No. 3 Board of Commissioners has canceled its March 10 and March 24 regular business meetings. Two special commission meetings have been scheduled for March 17 and March 31 at 10:00 a.m., in the PUD 3 auditorium at 2621 E. Johns Prairie Road in Shelton. The regular commission meeting schedule will resume on April 8.

Mar. 7 - Olympia To Host “LGBTQ Living Timeline Of Equality” Event

The City of Olympia invites the community to gather together and memorialize the historic milestones of LGBTQ rights in Olympia through a participatory public art project. Community members of all ages are invited to help decorate a 55-foot canvas with inscriptions or small photos that mark personal and community milestones in our LGBTQ history. Together we will share the stories of how Olympia became a vibrant and welcoming community for all. After the event, the Living Timeline of Equality will proudly be on display at City Hall for the community to enjoy.This event is co-hosted by the City of Olympia’s Human Relations Committee, Capital City Pride, and SAGE Olympia.

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