3rd Annual Mother’s Day Dash

The 3rd Annual “MOTHER’S DAY DASH” is set to go! The four mile walk/run will start at the Huff and Puff Trail across from Shelton High School the morning of Mother’s Day – May 11th, 2014. This event is supported and sponsored by many local businesses and organizations and is part if a larger annual fundraiser for Ovarian Cancer research (OC).


Shelton School Board Meeting May 8

May 8, 2014, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Board Room, CHOICE High School 807 W. Pine Street Shelton, WA.  PURPOSE: 1) Budget Planning – 2nd Review – DISCUSSION / POSSIBLE DECISIONS 2) Update on Flexibility Waiver (Loss) and Title I 3) Executive Session - Negotiations

Reorganization and Expansion of Feiro Marine Life Center

Moriarty appointed as Development Director and Williams selected as new Executive Director for Feiro Marine Life Center on the Port Angeles City Pier. Feiro Marine Life Center (Feiro) is pleased to announce the appointments of Melissa Williams as the center’s first executive director and Deborah Moriarty as the center’s first development director. The new appointments support Feiro’s long term strategic plan to expand educational programs, research, and visitor facilities. Moriarty has served as Feiro’s director since 2008 and guided the center’s transition from a city facility to a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, preserving the late Art Feiro’s dream of community marine science center on the Port Angeles waterfront. Under her leadership, Feiro expanded its programs and services and more than doubled the number of visitors and students served annually. As Ferio’s new development director, Moriarty has been selected to once again guide Feiro’s expansion into the future.


Shellfish Growing Areas Closed For Commercial Harvest By DOH

    As of:    11:03 AM    Monday, May 05, 2014
This report is provided by the Washington State Department of Health, Office of  Shellfish and Water Protection as a service to the shellfish industry and partner agencies.  The growing area closures listed below are for commercial harvest only - not for recreational harvest.  These closures are temporary and do not represent changes in growing area classification.