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CALENDAR FRIDAY Shelton Timberland Li- brary presents Manga Support Group from 3-4:30 p.m. Teens can share their love of all things anime and manga and practice kanji paint- ing and origami. Spon- sored by the Friends of the Shelton Timberland Library. For more infor- mation, call 426-4362. TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) No. 1225 in Hoodsport meets at 10 a.m. every Friday at 71 Finch St., Hoodsport. Weigh-in from 8-10 a.m. For more information, call Laura at 620-2979 or email gyp- siegenoes@yahoo.com. Shelton Community Cinema will show the documentary "Un- manned: America&apos;s Drone Wars" at 7 p.m. The daughters of Bruce and Margaret Loughlin of Harstine Island were honored to host a celebration of their parents' 60th wedding anniversary with a luncheon at the Bay Room of Anthony's HomePort, Olympia, on Saturday, January 25, 2014. The Loughlins were married January 23, 1954 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Brookline, Massachusetts. They lived many places in the eastern United States, and also around the Caribbean, before settling in the Seattle area in 1958, and eventually retiring to Harstine Island in 1988. We daulaters, Cary, Megan, Galen and Kelsey, are extremely proud, not only of our parents' accomplishment of 60 years of marriage, but also of the influence that they have had on our lives. They instilled in us the ethics of hard work, honesty, appreciation of others, and pride in knowing that a task has been completed to the very best of one's ability. Those qualities, and the love and support they offered us as we each pursued our varied educations and passsions, have made it possible for all of us to excel in each of our very different professions, and also to enjoy personal lives that have been full and rewarding. The luncheon was a happy occastion, with three generations of family in attendance, as well as some of Bruce and Margaret's closest friends. The event was made even more special with a performance by Bruce and Margaret's granddaughter, Celia Gary, a professional musician from South Carolina. Many memories were shared, and many more were made ... a fitting tribute to a very remarkable couple. 2753 at the Mason County Senior Activities Center, 190 W. Sentry Drive. Donations encouraged, and benefit Saving Our County's Kids (SOCK). For more information, call Bob at 432-3229. SATURDAY Shelton Timberland Library presents GUNG HAY FAT CHOYI Cel- ebrate the Year of the Horse from 2-3 p.m. for adults and-teens. Join Rebecca Horn for a celebration of the lunar New Year 2014, Year of the Horse. Learn about your Chinese astrologi- cal sign and hear leg- ends from China. Spe- cial good-fortune treats will be provided. For more information, call 426-1362. Make Valentine's Day cards at Better On You / Gallery Grrlz, 413 W. Railroad Ave., from 3-6 p.m. Sample cards, materials and instruc- tion available -- bring any sentimental items you would like to use, such as lace, old cards, beads, ribbon and po- ems. $1 per card; in- struction is free. TUESDAY Hoodsport Timber- land Library presents PageTurners Book Discussion from 1-2 p.m. for adults. Join in plCi i]i % C, l<Poi CA'. You're Invited a discussion of "Quiet: The Power of Intro- verts in a World That Can't Stop Talking" by Susan Cain. For more information, call 877- 9339. Shelton Timberland Li- brary presents Wacky Science from 4-5 p.m. for grades 1-6, Become a wacky scientist. Ex- plore and enjoy a variety of kid-friendly science projects led by Wash- ington State University / 4/H staff. All supplies provided by 4-H STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) for you to learn about scientific conlepts through fun and hands- on activities. For more information, call 426- 1362. Shelton Timberland Library presents Teen Writing Group from 4-5:30 p.m. Whether you are working on your first novel or writing fan fiction, poetry or songs, this monthly workshop offers the chance to share your writing, get feedback from like- minded peers, sharpen your skills and discuss a variety of topics. For more information, call 426-1362. FEB. 6 Shelton Timberland Library presents PageTurners Book Discussion for adults from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Read or listen to "West of Here" by Jonathan Evison and join others in a conversation about the book. Everyone is welcome to join any or all discussions. For more information, call 426-1362. Church, nonprofit offer Spanish instruction class STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty.com St. David of Wales Episcopal Church and Sound Learning are offering a 10-week Spanish language instruction series beginning March 4. Level 2 classes run from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and level 1 classes are from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Beginning classes start at 7 p.m. All classes are at St. David's at 324 W. Cedar St. The sessions will focus on conversational Spanish. For more information or to register, call Jo Ewart at 432-9474 or Carolyn Carlton at 427-5460. Call 426-4412 to place your ad [Faith Lutheran Church I Mt. Oliv00-- ' 1212 Connection St hi I .4 ^" "1 S e ran, WA Lutheran Church i I ui3rist-centered Church  (360)426-8611 M,..,<,,,S,,D,i : 206 East Wyandotte Avenue i I FSunday Morning Worship  i, Contemporary Service 8:30anl / I/ Trad.io.aJ-s4Sam / VJ lJJ " I tCntemprary-11:00 a.m./ I'1'' " Bible Study Chrb;tiarl EdLication 10:O0anl I  - %_ke Youth Activities Traditional Worship ii:00am [ Pastor Stave Olson  lmll i Office 426-6353 I Pastor Brian Welnberger www.FLCWA.orgl r r l)aycare 427-3165 www.mtoliveshelton.or i I SUNDAY SERVICES 9:00 AM CSLF.mAriON SErvicE 10:30 AM CtliaRAnoii SERVICE ATTENDED NURSERY CHILDREN'S CLASSES /  i! ii   i i iii  iiii 7  =   i i ii i ! i ! i i   7! I i ii iiiiiii!i i!!i 71 i71  i   1 A place where all are welcome 324 W. Cedar St.. Shelton Office phone: 426-8472 www.sdow.org SUNDAY SERVICES Ancient Service of NEED WEEKDAY I t'.dl us CHILDARE( ;, It* 360-426-5089 "q 3" i) WEDNESDAY NGNT SERWCE 7:00 PM I Mm-WtEK StV|CE NURSERY TO 2 YEARS } CHILDREN'S CLASSES / SOuLFIRE YOUTH, 6"-12 TM GRADE 7:30 & 10:30 a.m. Chanting & Prayer 9:15 Conversational Bible Study Every Thursday 5:30- 6:00 p.m. Page A-16 - Mason County Journal- Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014 SHELTON 428 W. COTA www.sheltonfbc.org Sunday Morning Worship + S.S. i[ 9:00+ 10:30,. Domingos- 6 a - $ervicios en Espafiol Illb  New Community Church of Umon ITHE GATHERING URCH CH i i Meets at new PUD#3 building I 2 _ _o_n i_ohns Prai deRd. I I Sun.. 10:30 am Thurs.. 7:00 lm [ Chuh info line: I (360) 427-4033 ] The sunday Service: 11:00 am Youth Group: Thursday, S:00 pm 930 E. Johns Prairie Rd. Shelton, WA 98584 (360) 427-0761 Pastors: Matthew and Julie Daurn Come As You Are!!! Sunday Gatherings (All are welco.wt ) WORSHIP SERVICIS ...... 8,30 and 10:30 at the Union Pire Hall 50 E. Seattle St., Union 98592 360-898-7855 web site: www.thcnccu.org