Highlights of the January 2015 NMSD Board Meeting
Feb 7 - George Mick – To Perfom At Love Inc ‘Soup & Song’
Local musician George Mick will perform on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 6 p.m., at the Shelton Presbyterian Church during the Third Annual Love INC’s Soup & Song Benefit Concert. The Church is located at 1430 Shelton Springs Road in Shelton, and entry is by donation, with a suggested amount of $10. George Mick will play a few gospel songs and then lead a sing-a-long. Soups will be donated by Mason County restaurants. There will be stories from families and individuals helped by Love INC, and a dessert auction. All proceeds benefit Love Inc.
Jan 26 - Commissioner Sandra Romero Hosts SPSCC President Timothy Stokes
OLYMPIA – Earlier this month President Obama unveiled the America’s College Promise proposal to make two years of community college free for responsible students. This proposal would let students earn the first half of a bachelor’s degree and earn skills needed in the workforce at no cost. On Monday, January 26, join Commissioner Romero and her guest, South Puget Sound Community College president Dr. Timothy Stokes, for coffee, and learn about all of the programs that your local community college has to offer for new and returning students.
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- Feb 13 - Annual Valentine Dessert & Gift Auction United Way Mason County
- Feb 7 - 2nd Annual Super Saturday Financial Information Fair – Mason County
- Change of date! Day of Caring will be held on Tuesday June 23rd 2015
- Jan 21: Citizen Advisory Committee To Discuss New Toll Rates For Tacoma Narrows Bridge
- Commission Adopts New Sportfishing Rules, Discusses Willapa Bay Salmon Fisheries