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Proceeds from the Pioneer Kiwanis Club's Crab and Clam Dinner and Auction benefit Pioneer School programs. Photo courtesy of Dick Knutzen Crab, clam dinner fundraiser slated for Saturday at. Pioneer By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncoun com The Pioneer Commtmity Kiwanis Club will once again cook up 230 Dunge- ness crabs for its annual fundraiser for Pioneer School District students. The Crab and Clam Dinner and Auc- tion is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Pioneer Primary school cafeteria, 110 SpencerLgLke Road. Tickets for adults cost $25 and $12 for children 10 and yot ger. _ Dinner includes fresh Dungeness crab, clams, spaghetti, bread, drinks and dessert ....... Each year, the event raises $7,000 to $8,000 for programs in the Pioneer School District, said Pioneer Commu- nity Kiwanis member Dick Knutzen. These programs include field trips, special reading and other educational programs and family Christmae bas- kets. " Pioneer Kiwanis also provides six scholarships annually :,m select stu- dents of Pioneer Middle School who enter college or trade schools after high school, and a seventh "s6holaiship to a graduating high schbol senior. The students are selected by the Pioneer School District board. The money also helps support stu- dents in law enforcement camps, com- petitive robotics events, NASA's Space Camp and go toward aouth program at Turning Pointe Domestic Violence Services. About 25 members .of the Kiwanis Club put on the event each year, Knut- zen said. Shelton High School girls basketball players and members of the Pioneer Associated Student Body also help at the event, Knutzen said. The event includes live and silent auctions with more than 100 items donated by local businesses and resi- dents. Items to be auctioneddnclude a Stihl chain saw and weed whacker, resort lodging, premier golf course green fees, sporting goods,-marixie equipment, tools, landscaping plants and materi- als, home furpi'hings,,cooking accesso- ries, dining and other gift certificates, gourmet meals and wines and profes- sional services., " " The silent auction will be open from 4:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. and the live auc- tion begins aV6an.'  Pioneer Kiwanis meetings are week- ly, from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m.on Wednesdays at Spencer Lake' Resort. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY OFF ROAD Charmer! 3bdrm MH on over-1'-.5 acres. Fenced yard for your pets and a one car cov- ered parking. $82,000:Call Shelton Land & Homes LLC 360-426-5555 or Bill 360-463-2218. G 3-13/4-3 DELUXE DELIGHT! Larg e 3 bdrm 2 bath with huge Shop & garage, RV Park- ing with picture perfect yard. $135,000.Call Shel- ton Land & Homes LLC 360-426-5555 or Jodie 360-589-9694. G 3-13/4-3 SALTWATER FRONT! 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Call Shelton Thursday, March 13, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-9 Report: Deputy justified in shooting By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncoun com An independent investigative team concluded last week that Mason County SherifFs Deputy Douglas Smith acted correctly when he shot a suspect in the hand Feb. 21. "They did a great job," said Mason County Sheriffs Chief Deputy Ryan Spurling, of the two deputies, Smith and Scan Dodge, who responded to the inci- dent. Peter Jamie Ross, 50, of the 200 blck of Southeast Channel Point Road vas charged Feb. 25 with felony harassment, air the altercation Feb. 21. A declaration of probable aus writ- ten by Dustin G. Breen, detective ser- geant with the Lewis County Sheriffs Office, gave the details of the shooting. Dodge and Smith responded at about 10:40 a.m. to reports of a man in the woods in the 200 block of Southeast Channel Point Road threatening to,soot somebody. The two deputies began searching the woods between the house "on Channel Point Road and a house in the 4600 block of Arcadia Road. They found Ross crouched iy a tree in the woods, and identified themselves as Mason County Sheriffs officers, aecerd- ing to the report. According to Breen's report, "Ross was pointing something at them Lria manner as if pointing a firearm." The deputies identified themselves and asked him to drop what they thought was a weapon. Spurling said deputies later learned Ross was holding a cordless phone while lying on his stomach behind a tree. "It appeared to (Smith) it was a scope of a rifle," Spurling said. According to Breen's report, Ross claimed the object he held was a gun and said his finger was "Super-Glued to the trigger." After Ross refused to drop the object, Smith fired his gun twice and hit Ross once in the hand. Ross's injury was not life-threatening. According to Breen's report, Rose "continued to behave in an agitated state," as deputies transported him to the hospital. The incident was investigated by the Sheriffs Office as part of the Region 3 Sheriffs Office Critical Incident Investi- gation Team, which includes Thurston, Lewis, Pacific, Grays Harbor and Mason counties. Breen concluded his reported by say- ing, "Peter Ross, through his words and conduct, placed deputies Smith and Dodge in fear of a lethal assault, re- sulting in Deputy Smith's use of deadly force." Smith was placed on administrative leave during the investigation, but is now back at work, Spurling said. Reading buddies sought for students STAFF REPORT news@masoncoun com United Way is looking for volunteers for its read- ing buddy program, which was launched by the orga- nization's Retired & Se- nior Volunteer Program ISVP)  i Mason, Lewis and Thurston counties in bJe 2012-2013 school year. The reading buddy ori- entation is scheduled for 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. March 19 at the United Way of Mason County Office at 221 W. Railroad Ave. in Shelton. For more information, contact Thompson at 943- 2773, ext. 21. Ford Just AnnQunced: 0% 72 Mo. FiMncin 9 (OAC) See dealer for details Right down the street from you! SHELTON OLYMPIA [ MONTESANO