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MASTER GARDENER Thursday, June 19, 2014 -Mason County Journal- Page A-17 Want to save your food? Check out this upcoming class OUr garden's ounty is be- ginning to be revealed, and it's the lucky gardener who harvests more than what's needed. You may want to donate some of the surplus produce you harvest to a food bank, or you might want to try your hand at home food preservation. By JEANNE REHWALDT If you don't grow your own garden, you may also pur- chase fresh, out of the garden food from a farmers market or fruit stand. WSU Extension is now offering an online food preser- vation course. The course, Preserve the Taste of Sum- mer, is a comprehensive food preservation program that includes eight lessons. It is a fine opportunity for anyone age 18 years or older who is interested in learning how to safely preserve foods. This series is designed for the in-home consumer who wants to learn about food preservation and food safety. Whether you are a beginning or veteran canner, you can update your knowledge and skills this series is "just the ticket." The lessons provide the most current USDA-ap- proved food preservation rec- ommendations. There might also be opportunities this fall to participate in some hands- on lessons for those who have completed the course. The online lessons can be viewed at your convenience. They cannot be viewed all at the same time. To participate in the lessons, you will need a computer made in the past five years and have a stable Internet connection. The cost for the series is $25, payable online when you register for the course. To register for the online series, go to preservesummer. cahnrs.wsu.edu If you have general home food preservation questions, contact Lisa DeWall at 427- 9670 ext. 680 or Jeanne Rehwaldt at 427-9670 ext. 688. BIRTHS Conan Kirk Edward Savage Conan Kirk Edward Sav- age, a boy, was born June 3, 2014, to Kristi R. Savage and Benjamin S. Savage of Shel- ton at Capital Medical Center in Olympia. He was 5 pounds, 10 ounces. Trenton Roy KaLista Trenton Roy KaLista, a boy, was born at 7:03 p.m. on May 28, 2014, to Varonica Robbins and Teddy KaLista of Shelton at Harrison Medical Center. He was 9 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 20 inches long. He joins brother Rylian James Robbins, age 2 . His grandparents are Dan and Melissa Roman of Shelton; Iola Way of Roy; and Richard and Michelle Robbins of Turn- water. His great-grandparents are Joyce Knox of Shelton; Fondu Knox of Allyn; Roy Knox (deceased); Mema of Lake Chelan; and Patricia Ro- man of Buckley. Explorers seek new recruits STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty, com The Mason County Public Safety Explorers are looking for new recruits interested in careers in law enforce- ment, firefighting or emer- gency medical service. An information meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. June 26 at Mason County Fire District 4's Arcadia Fire Hall at 2970 SE Arcadia Road. The program is open to youths ages 14 through 20. The group is affili- ated with the Boy Scouts of America, and is spon- sored by the Mason Coun- ty Sheriffs Office and Fire District 4. Explorers get experience and training on topics relat- Photo courtesy of the Mason County Public Safety Explorer Post Chief Russ Osterhout and Detective Danielle Rickards of the Mason County Sheriff's Office stand with Mason County Public Safety Explorers James France, back left, Austin Sillars, Patrick Bellisle, Ethan Evans, front left, Emily Frost, Zahra Vivero, Chris Frost and Veronica Esterly. The Explorer post is looking for new recruits. ed to public safety, experience that lasts a completed its first year. "The Explorer program lifetime," said Chief Bob For more information, is an excellent opportunity Burbridge, of Fire District contact Fire District 4 at for our young citizens to 4. 426-7222 or attend the infor- have a great educational The program recently mational meeting. continued from page A-16 William Gordon Keith, 28, of the 200 block of North Valley Drive in Shelton, was booked at 5:15 p.m. on sus- picion of domestic violence assault in the fourth degree, interfer- ing with the reporting of domestic violence, malicious mischief in the third degree and burglary in the first de- gree. Richard Allen Mullins, 56, of the 200 block of East Delanty Road in Shelton, was booked at 9:28 p.m. on suspicion of malicious mischief in the third de- gree. June 13 Cassie Anne Colbert, 25, of the 200 block of Oak Street in Shelton, was booked at 12:52 a.m. on suspicion of malicious mischief in the second degree. Kristine Elizabeth Nabors, 27, of the 5400 block of East Pickering Road in Shelton, was booked at 1:27 a.m. on suspicion of driving while intoxicated (OWl). Robert John Leonhardt, 40, of the 10000 block of Frontier Place in Silver- dale, was booked at 1:57 a.m. on suspicion of two counts of domestic vio- lence assault in the fourth degree. Nataya Zann Smith, 37, of East Channel Drive in Allyn, was booked at 3:23 p.m. on suspicion of do- mestic violence assault in the fourth degree. June 15 Brittany Rutherford, 19, of the 5100 block of Car- ole Drive Northeast in Olympia, was booked at 7:46 a.m. on suspicion of being a minor operating a vehicle after consuming alcohol. June 16 Justin Clark Shrum, 33, of the 1800 block of East Agate Road, was booked at 11:13 a.m. on suspicion of assault in the second degree. Roxie Anett Gosser, 31, of the 600 block of North Rainbow Way East in Hoodsport, was booked at 3:04 p.m. on suspicion of driving with a suspend- ed license (DWLS) in the third degree. Susan Elaine Trainor, 54, of the 100 block of Broad- way Street in Westport, was booked at 9:41 p.m. on suspicion of posses- sion of a controlled sub- stance and possession of drug paraphernalia. June 17 Elizabeth J. Crowell, 57, of the 6300 block of West Satsop Cloquallum Road was booked at 12:20 a.m. on investigation of assault in the first degree. Seafood & Produce "BUTCHER" TRUST IN US All Packages Freezer Ready, No Time Spent Re-Wrapping Locker Packs Available Locally Owned, Family-Run Meat Shop  Now Accepting EBT 1729 OLYMPIC HWY. N. SHELTON (360) 426-1659  mCeSEECTm6-iSto6.Z4 www.michaelsmeab.net Mon-Sat 9-8, Sun 9-6 41-50 cL m by the 2 lb. bag Raw Prawns All Natural Chicken Cordon Bleu ]All Natural, Bone-in I[Center-cut IIPork ]lChop s Grain-fe d Petite Sirloin Steak or Boast 99 99 99 99 '11 [