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Dining for Scholars June 5, 2018

      Press Release
      May 30, 2018

     The Eatonville Dollars for Scholars Organization is hosting its annual “Dine Out” for scholarships event Tuesday, June 5 at Varsity Pizza.
    A portion of the proceeds from that day and evening (take our or dine in) will be donated to Dollars for Scholars. The proceeds from this event wil be used to award a scholarship to a graduating senior entering a college or trade school.
    Please call 360.832.6962 if you have questions. Thank you!



Pierce County Prosecutor News:

         

Check Out Some of the Latest Cases in Pierce County

See Details Here

 



Enough!

    

More Photos of the “March For Our Lives”
 in Washington D.C. in Real Time
Photos by Nanci Dean Thibault
EHS Graduate 1975

See More Here

 



Bunny Needs a Loving Home:

     Pet of the Week, Patty, is a two-year-old lop bunny who is very friendly. Patty is laid back but does have a medical condition. However, it can be managed by diet and exercise.
    See More about Patty, Her Story and Photo
Here
 



Council Report January 22, 2018
Includes
Marijuana Public Hearing
See Public Hearing Report Here



Local American Legion Donates Funds for Disaster Relief...


                                                                                                                                                               (courtesy photo)

     From Ray Arment - February 12, 2918: Right to left: American Legion Post Commander Rob Donaldson and Auxiliary President Debbie Donaldson present a $1,300 check to Washington Legion Adjutant Leo Gruba for relief of hurricane disasters affecting Veterans in Puerto Rica and the southern United States.
    The majority of these funds were earned through the solar eclipse protective glasses POST 148 sold this summer. This gift was also a match challenge to the other posts in the area. Therefore, the grand total contributed for disaster relief was $2,600!



 Transcript of Marijuana Citizen's  Comments and Council Discussion January 8, 2018...
 

     Lakota Craig sits between her parents David Craig and Kristina. Lakota attended the January 8, 2018 town council meeting as a child who benefited greatly from the use of medical marijuana in tincture form. Lakota will be 16 next month and has Williams Syndrome which means she has many issues that require medical help. (Williams Syndrome Symptoms)
    When her dad's turn came during Citizen Comments Lakota joined him and her mom at the podium, but not before walking over and shaking Councilmember Shrimpsher's hand. He sits closest to the podium.
    You will find part of Lakota's story below as told by her dad. She also participated in the Special Olympics December 10, 2017 in Kenmore, Washington. Lakota did so well she was the only local competitor to bring home a gold medal.
    When her achievement was explained to the audience and council Lakota received a hearty round of applause from everyone. (photo by Dixie A. Walter)

The Issue? Banning all Cannabis Business in Town

See Council Report Here



Sounds Like Some Citizens are Still in the Grip of “Reefer Madness”


Reefer Madness” is a Propaganda Film made in the 1930s that is Jammed Full of Lies about Marijuana and its Effect on Humans

Read More Here

Also see December 11, 2017 Council Report about Banning Marijuana, both Medical and Recreational in Eatonville
Council Report Here



 Council Report Dec. 11, 2017
Rebuilding Volunteer Firefighters - Town Only Covered About 75-80 Percent of the Time Currently
Council Wants to Ban all Marijuana Business?
See Council Report Here

 



   Fate of Airport Update:

No Airport Lease Between Mt. Rainier Landings and Town - Group Paid Insurance to Keep Ownership of Their Part of Runway
Council Informed of Plans for Swanson
Field at October 27 Meeting

     Airport aerial photo taken by Bob Walter in 2014 - plane piloted by  Steve Van Cleve. The buildings on the right are hangers built years ago. According to the Federal Aviation Administration. (FAA) the hangers are too high for an airport according to the Federal Aviation Regulations ( FARs), rules prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration governing all aviation activities in the United States. The hangers now have small red lights on the corners as a warning to pilots.

See Update Here

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Town Hall, Mayor and Administrator

Bill Dunn
507.460.2017

Jennie Hannah
360.832.8696

James Schrimpsher  253.606.5821

Bob Thomas
253.678.6877

Bob Walter   253.988.0904

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