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I II il tl ![ I i i I I1 I ...............  ..... Page A-12 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 5, 2014 t00[u00:grass benefit scheduled STAFF REPORT news@masoncoun corn Three weeks after the 10th annual Bluegrass from the Forest, Kristmas Town Kiwanis has organized an en- core. The concert, scheduled for 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. June 6 at Shelton High School's Performing Arts Center, will benefit Bluegrass from the Forest or- ganizer and musician Greg Linder, who was recently diagnosed with can- cer. Entrance to the concert costs a suggested donation. Linder, a self-employed contrac- tor and guitarist in the Shelton blue- grass band Runaway Train, faces six months of recovery. Kristmas Town Kiwanis has organized the event to help Linder with his expenses during that recovery time. Bands scheduled to perform in- clude North Country Bluegrass, Jim Faddis & FarmStrong, Randy Linder and Me & The Boys. Donations can also be made at Bluegrassfromtheforest.com. TOTAL HEALTH PHYSICAL THERAPY is proud to announce the addition of MARYNELL HOLDEN, physical therapist, to our staff beginning June 2 nd. MaryNell has over 18 years of experience in the field of physical therapy including former ownership of Hood Canal Physical Therapy. We are looking forward to util her skills and knowledge to serve Shelton and the surroundin( -pack of lid your om6 ' g p, u ...... ' own cust craft beers and SAVE 10%1 : 6 pac, of your own custom - k .......... wine and SAVE 10%! i ! iiil LARGEST SELECTION OF EER LIQUOR B , & WINE ........ IN MASON COUNTY m SCHOOL BRIEFS Hood Canal kindergartners sign up June 9 Hood Canal School has a Kinder- garten Roundup during two sessions, beginning at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. June 9. Parents can register students for kindergarten, get a school overview and meet staff members. Students can par- ticipate in activities and have a snack. All children turning 5 years old on or before Aug. 31 are eligible for kindergarten in the 2014-2015 school year. Birth certificates and immuniza- tion records are required for enroll- ment. For more information or to sign up for the event, call the district office at 877-5463. Summer classes available for former and at-risk students People ages 16 to 21 who have dropped out of high school, or are in danger of doing so, can apply for free classes in Capital Region l13's Re- engagement Program through Gravity High School. The classes are open to people in four counties: Mason, Grays Harbor, Lewis and Thurston. Students who enroll can work on high school credits, GED preparation, work readiness skills, college readi- ness preparation, vocational certifi- cates and other courses. For informa- tion, call the Mason County office at 426-1200. Event tonight marks CHOICE's 30th anniversary CHOICE Alternative School cel- ebrates its 30th anniversary with a meal prepared by the staff, and the chance to share memories, from 5 p.m. to 7 tonight at the school at 807 W. Pine St., Shelton. All current and former students, staff and families are invited. One of the school's founding teach- ers, Ron Grinnell, will auction a hand- crafted wooden flower planter bench to raise money for the school. CHOICE was founded by a volun- teer community committee headed by Dennie Ross in 1983-1984. The school opened in 1984 with two teachers and one secretary, and 40 students. Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM, 1 3A bath, 1,750 SQ FT, clean, hardwood floors, gas furnace/stove/water heater, large basement, workshop, and storage area, fenced yard, small pet policy, no smoking, credit check fee. 405 Euclid Ave $875 (360) 463-8802 (H 6/5-6/26) FOR RENT 1 bedroom A- frame, single car garage, $650 per month. 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