A Rock'n'Roll Twelfth Night: Harlequin Productions

An Original Musical Comedy, with Apologies to William Shakespeare

Back by popular demand! The Harlequin stage is about to ignite with their rollicking musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, wherein Shakespeare's characters bear a striking resemblance to rock icons. An Elvis-like Duke Orsino carries a burnin’ love for the beautiful and Madonna-like Olivia. John Lennon, Janis Joplin, Bob Marley, Johnny Rotten, and Little Richard, among others, also become involved in Shakespeare’s uproarious comedy. Featuring music by Bruce Whitney and lyrics by Scot Whitney, each of the thirty original songs are performed in the style of their respective rockstar crooner.


From Prison to Podium: Speaker Matt Tenney

The Associated Students of Olympic College (ASOC) is presenting Matt Tenney on Wednesday, May 28 from 10:00am – 11:30am in TJL 108 (Library Reading Room). Tenney is the author of Serve to Be Great: Leadership Lessons from a Prison, a Monastery, and a Board Room (Wiley 2014). He is also an international keynote speaker, a trainer, and a consultant with the prestigious Perth Leadership Institute, whose clients include Fortune 500 companies. Tenney encourages students to get involved and apply their skills to serve others and make their college experience truly awesome. The event is open to students, faculty, staff, and the community. Come show support for our student government leaders who sponsored this activity. Pizza and beverages will be provided.

Additional information about the speaker can be found at: http://www.matttenney.com/

Shelton School District Board of Directors Meeting May 29

Thursday, May 29, 2014, 9:30 a.m. at the Board Room, CHOICE High School, 807 W. Pine Street, Shelton, WA.Purpose: 1) Budget Questions; 2) Personnel Report – DISCUSSION / RECOMMEND & APPROVAL

Hispanic Affairs Commissioner Recruitment

The Washington State Commission on Hispanic Affairs (CHA) seeks to fill two (2) Commissioner vacancies. The Commission advises the Governor, the legislature, state and local agencies on policies and practices that affect the Latino community of the state. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the Commission’s website for more information.

All Commission members serve as volunteers. Travel reimbursements are provided for Commission business. Terms are for three years (with an opportunity for a second three-year term). Commissioners are expected to attend four to six meetings a year, typically held on Friday afternoon and Saturday mornings. These meetings are held throughout the state. Commissioners are also expected to have thorough knowledge of Latino community issues, and have constant communication with legislators, state agency representatives, the Governor’s Office and local elected officials. Those interested may apply by completing an electronic application, which can be found HERE.

Must sumbit application by May 31, 2014.