Friends Of The Shelton Pool Working To Keep Pool Open

Friends of the Shelton Pool is a grass roots community group formed with a desire to help keep the Shelton High School pool open and available to the schools and community. Their mission is to speak with a united voice in support of the pool and to work together to keep it open through activism and fundraising.

Working Together to Keep the Community Pool Open

Friends of the Shelton Pool has partnered with Quick Water Swim Club, a local 501(c)3 non-profit. QWSC is a local youth swim club dedicated to fostering a life-long love of swimming and competition. In addition, the Friends are working with the Pool Advisory Committee. Together they will be overseeing fundraising for the Shelton Pool Repairs.


Evergreen Remembers Fallen U.S. Service Members

On May 22, The Evergreen State College will hold a remembrance roll-call commemoration honoring the U.S. military men and women of all races, faiths and nationalities who have died while serving in the global war on terror. In addition, an exhibit of the names of all the U.S. military fatalities since the start of the war will be on display in the library lobby from May 19 through June 2. The commemoration and exhibit are open to the public.

“The Readers Project: Honoring the Fallen” will take place in the college’s library lobby, from noon to 1 p.m. The college will be closed May 26 in observance of Memorial Day.


Pioneer School District’s Audit Completed

On May 13th the State Auditor’s Office (SAO) completed its annual audit of compliance and internal controls over federal programs for the Pioneer School District. Pioneer School officials are proud to announce that for the fifth consecutive year the audit was concluded with zero findings. The lead state auditor indicated this was his first audit in eight years that had zero findings and no recommendations.


Mason County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Volunteers

The Mason County Sheriff’s Office needs people to be a part of its volunteer team who are wanting to make a difference every day. We are looking for dedicated retired individuals who are community minded and would like to donate some of their time to serve their community. As a volunteer you will assist with administrative duties, such as answering phones, fingerprinting, permit issuance, and public awareness programs. Assignments out on the road are available after 6 months of administrative duties in the office. A 12 hour training program will be provided. At the end of the training you will be donating a 4-hour shift per week at the North Precinct in Belfair.