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CALENDAR MONDAY Mason County Cemetery District 1 will have its monthly meeting at 4 p.m. in the QFC Historical Room. A public meeting has been scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Theler Com- munity Center at 22 871 NE state Route 3 to dis- cuss the future of the The- ler Community Center. FEB. 20 North Mason Timber- land Ubrary presents PageTurners Book Discussion from I0 a.m.-noon for adults. For more information, call 275-3232. To submit a calendar item, email news@ masoncoun corn Welcoming NEW PATIENTS I Family Dentistry. Implants TMJ/Sleep Apnea Prompt Emergency Care Most Insurances Accepted "I/' 0on,,,,rne Z I 21 NE Romance Hill (nextto Harrison UrgentCore Belfair) DE NTAL ARTS RO. Box 275. NE 431 Log Yard Rd.. Belfair, WA 98528 The Place To Take Your YARD & WOOD Waste Contractors Welcome starting db' Per Small at w Truck Load JF (Pick-up Size) OR Sl A Per *Price I -BTraller based onl size of I J Load* vehicle I OPEN MON-FRI 7AM-4:30PM. WEEKENDS 8AM-4PM 275-0228 Please call for directions and more information NO Plastics or Garbage PLEASE Who knows why it's important to get your pet microchipped? Call us today to find out how easy and affordable it is to protect your pet. Dr. Nancy Isbell Dr. Amanda Silverberg Dr. Shawn Thomas Bellt0wne 'Veterinary Center o. o, Veterinary Excellence 24161 NE State Hwy 3 360.277.3800 e www.belltownevetcenter.com Hours: MO., Tue 8am-6pm Wed, Thur, Fri 8am-Spm Saturday 8am-4pm Installing a new board The North Mason Chamber of Commerce's 2014 Board of Trustees ........ receive recognition during the chamber's Red & White Installation Gala on Saturday at the Alderbrook Resort & Spa. From left, Dan Goodell, Rhonda Brown, Cheri Cloud, Chris Ladner, Margie Kaiser, Mark Ayers, Annetta Knight, Jeromy Hicks, Kim Haack, Pamela White, Judge Victoria Meadows, and behind, Chairman Darren Corliss. Not pictured: Lee Hoffman, Cheryl Johnson, Jayson Miller, Shawna Stice Hawley. Herald photo by Kathy Brooks Herald of Record Calls reported to Shelton Police, Mason County Sheriff's Office and tribal agencies in- cluded: Burglaries At 1:51 p.m. on Feb. 8, a bur- glary was reported in the 300 block of East Orchard Beach Drive in Grapeview. At 6:03 p.m. on Feb. 10, a bur- glary was reported in the 2000 block of Northeast Tahuya Black- smith Road. Assault At 6:06 p.m. on Feb. 4, an as- sault was reported in the North- east Clifton Lane in Belfair. Theft At 10:25 a.m. on Feb. 5, an identity theft was reported in the 300 block of East Soderberg Road in Allyn. At 7:41 a.m. on Feb. 10, a vehi- cle was reported stolen on North- east Sail Loft Court in Belfair. At 1:48 p.m. on Feb. 10, a theft was reported in the 800 block of East Coulter Creek Road in Bel- fair. At 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 10, a theft was reported in the 300 block of Northeast Windflower Way in Ta- huya. CAMP Continued from page A-21 "As a parent, I took it over," she said. Young has two chil- dren, a seventh-grader and a ninth-grader, who both attended the camp. "I did it mainly for other students ... who have never been camp- ing before," she said. Since then, the camp has been entirely fund- ed by donations. The camp costs about $175 per student and this year's fifth-grade class has 73 students, Young said. Parents can pay $48 for their child's food for the three-day, two-night camp, but fundraising also pays for food for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch- es. Young said fundrais- ing has also helped stu- dents who didn't have proper shoes, backpacks or sleeping bags go to camp. "No student has not gone because they can't afford it," Young said. This year, Young is taking a break from run- ning the fundraising. Shumaker will coordi- nate the trip. "Without community involvement, it's defi- nitely going to be a dy- ing thing," Shumaker said. The PTA needs to raise the rest of the $12,000 needed for the trip by April. The PTA made a $1,500 deposit to book dates for the camp, and if it can't raise the rest JESFIELD Construction, Inc. Serving the North Mason area since1967 Specializing in, seawall Re-constructi0n and home repairs 275.6684 Frank Merrill Belfair, WA Uc #JESFII*228D0 Belfair Elementary School students, from left, Troy McCormick, Jake Myrick and Kaylie Green do . .... an experiment on cleaning water at last year's fifth- grade camp. Camp organizers need about $6,000 in donations to send students to the camp in 2014. Photo courtesy of Jackie Young of the money, will have to forfeit the dates and pay 40 percent of the cost of the camp as a penalty. To donate to the camping trip, send checks made out to the Belfair Elementary PTA, with "fifth grade camp" in the memo line to P.O. Box 1913, Bel- fair, WA 98528. Donated auction items can be dropped off at Shumaker Chiroprac- tic at 23969 NE state Route 3 Suite B in Bel- fair. For more information, contact Shumaker at stephaniej.shumaker@ gmail.com Page A-22 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014