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May 5, 2014

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Journal photos by Natalie Johnson ABOVE: A storm trooper from Garrison Titan looks menacing at the Shelton Timberland Library's Star Wars Day event Saturday. Garrison Titan is a part of the 501st Legion, a worldwide organization operated by "Star Wars" fans. TOP RIGHT: Raelle Foss, 14 months, wields a foam light saber with help from her mom, Tanna, on Saturday at the library's second annual Star Wars Day event. Space For Lense Now is the Time Mason Transit Authority delivers over half a million rides per year. Most riders, plus many tourists, and other community members will pass through or visit the Transit-Community Center starting in 2015. Retml/commercial space $1.50 SF, limited availability by proposal only. Program/office space $1.25SF. Gymnasium recreational and event spaces 5,238 SF Retail/commercial space on Franklin St. 3,000 SF Commercial teaching kitchen 1,311 SF Teaching computer lab with 21 stations 606 SF Conference rooms 800 SF Atrium 2,454 SF Office/program spaces (1st & 2nd floor) 5,116 SF Additionafly, tile T-CC will offer a venue for cummuniIy and Transit information, technulogy tTaining, public gatherings, classes and meetings, youth and senior programs, aletics and active programs, social and humun services offices, private business enterprises, und u disaster relief shelter lucation. You can go anywhere from here. All interested parties should contact: Kathy Geist, TransJt-Communily Center Manager Phone: 360-432-5754 1 kgeismasontransit.org Thursday, May 8, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-3 ,7 : The Force is strong with these ones By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncoun com Each year, "Star Wars" fans come together May 4 to celebrate the popu- lar series, its many spin-offs and wish each other well with the phrase, "May the fourth be with you." This year, the Shelton Timberland Library celebrated Star Wars Day ear- ly, on Saturday, May 3. Last year the event, scheduled at the library for the first time, attracted 120 people. "It was surprisingly popular," said Megann Schmitt, library associate for youth services. "This year we wanted to make it bigger and better." This year's event included "Star Wars" crafts, Jedi training, reenact- ments of scenes from the movies and costumed characters. The event also included an appear- ance by Garrison Titan of the 501st Le- gion, "The World's definitive Imperial Costuming Organization," according to the library, and concluded with the de- struction of a Death Star pifiata. VELLA $11.99 5L BOXES FRANZIA $12.99 5L BOXES VARIETALS COORS LIGHT, COORS, MGD, MILLER LifE $13,99 18/12 CANS BUD LIGHT, BUDWEISER $13.99 L 18/12 CANS JOSE CUERVO 750ml $12.99 518.48 W/TAX Build custom beers