Tag: charities

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Faith in Action

Belfair’s Newly Open Senior Center Hosts Grand Opening Gala

After seven years of planning and building, the HUB, Faith in Action’s new senior center in Belfair, has recently opened doors. On June 24, the nonprofit will host a grand opening gala starting at 5:30 p.m. The event will include music by the … read more

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Eastside Baby Corner

Eastside Baby Corner opens branch in Bremerton

Eastside Baby Corner (EBC), an Issaquah-based nonprofit in operation for 26 years, opened a branch in Bremerton last month. The new EBC – West Sound, set to have a grand opening event on June 4, is on target to have a substantial coverage … read more

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Lutheran Charity on the Pacific Northwest Frontier

Martha & Mary’s Heritage is Focus of New Book

Meet the author at reading event on April...

“Caring for Generations — Lutheran Charity on the Pacific Northwest Frontier” tells the story of the Rev. Ingebrit Tollefson and the founding of Martha & Mary Children’s Home between 1891-1912. This history of the early days of Martha & Mary, a nonprofit child … read more

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7 Seas Brewing

7 Seas Brewing Hosts Donation Bash

On Tuesday, March 29, 7 Seas Brewing will donate proceeds from the sale of its brew, 253 Pilsner, to two locally selected nonprofits. The recipients are Alchemy Skateboarding and Peninsula Hands on Art. The Tap Room at 7 Seas Brewing, located at 3006 … read more

Chris Clark: COTN International President, Founder and CEO • Debbie Clark: COTN Senior Director of International Programs

Unsung Heroes — Chris and Debbie Clark

Children of the Nations (COTN)

Chris and Debbie Clark founded Children of the Nations (COTN) in 1995. A fifth-generation missionary born in Japan and raised in Liberia and the United States, Chris had worked for Youth for Christ for 10 years. Debbie, who grew up in Edmonds, worked … read more

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Finished bowls
Community

Open Studio potters support Empty Bowls event

Hungry kids? In Gig Harbor? Most people would find the idea almost unthinkable in this community of lovely homes and a glistening harbor lined with pleasure-boat marinas. The reality is a much different story, as 25 percent of the students in the Peninsula … read more

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Mardi Gras

Party on Fat Tuesday for a Good Cause

The third annual Key Peninsula Mardi Gras Masquerade is ready to celebrate Fat Tuesday on Feb. 6 in a unique Louisiana style at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn. This authentic Mardi Gras celebration will feature Richard Allen & the Louisiana Experience’s … read more

Roxanne Bryson

Unsung Hero — Roxanne Bryson

Executive Director, Holly Ridge Center

Roxanne Bryson’s inspiring and motivating leadership style is behind the success of the Holly Ridge Center. A servant-leader who puts others first, she has a passion for ensuring that children and adults with different disabilities receive the support they need to live to … read more

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Harbor WildWatch

Harbor WildWatch launched Steward Club

There is a new way for local residents and businesses to support environmental education in their community — through the Harbor WildWatch Steward Club. With unique programs available to the public year round, Harbor WildWatch has been delivering science education on the Gig … read more

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