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Quinnlan Nicole Nesmith Quinnlan Nicole Nesmith was born Jdly 27, 2011 at Capital Medical Center in Olympia to Kasey Rene Rob- hins-Nesmith and Christopher Robert Nesmith of Shel- , on. She weighed seven pounds and 10 ounces. Autumn Layle Duffin Autumn Layle Duffin was born July 27, 2011 at Capi- tal Medical Center in Olympia to Whitney Michelle Mc- Clanahan and Danial Dewane Duffin of Shelton. She weighed seven pounds and three ounces and was 20 inches long. August Cameron Carey August Cameron Carey was born July 27, 2011 at Capital Medical Center in Olympia to Jessica Ann Carey :rod Lance Cameron Carey of Shelton. He weighed nine pounds and 10 ounces. Jillian Aliyah Joy Healy Jillian Aliyah Joy Healy was born July 30, 2011 at Capital Medical Center in Olympia to Michelle Rose- anne Healy and Michael Thomas Healy of Shelton. She weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. Drake Ensley Dobson Drake Ensley Dobson was born August 3, 2011 at Cap- Jtal Medical Center to Jamie Lee Dobson and David Ens- Icy Dobson of Shelton. He weighed eight pounds. Allison do Wilford Allison Jo Wilford was born July 28, 2011 at Capital Medical Center to Krystal Leann Wilford and Andrew Ray Wilford of Shelton. She weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. Savannah Lee Semanko Savannah Lee Semanko was born August 1, 2011 at Mason General Hospital in Shelton to Shayne Semanko and Amanda Woodall of Shelton. Dylan Woodall, age 12 and Shaylee Semanko, age three, welcomes her. Her grandparents are Rick Woodall, Robin Montoya, Ken, l'rudy Semanko all of Shelton. Her great-grandparents are Nancy Hood of Bakersfield, Calif., Marion Woodall of" Shelton and Burton and Hellen Tweed of Shelton. Tree Trimming Springs Roac By JOURNAL STAFF PUD 3 will be conduct- ing tree trimming along on Shelton , Hwy 101 Shelton Springs Road and a portion of Highway 101 to Brockdale cutoff beginning Aug. 11. Q2." Mom lives in the big city, but the senior communities are all high-rises and the city is so noisy. She needs good medical services, but driving through traffic to her appointments takes a lot of time. What should we do? _F]L: Move Mom to Alpine Way, in Shelton. It's located just a couple blocks away from highly rated Mason General Hospital, and several specialized clinics are also nearby. Shelton has wonderful small-town charm, and is friendly in a Norman Rockwell kind of way. You'Ube happy with the atmosphere at Alpine Way, too. Our friendly family of residents and helpful, professional staff sure beats the big city crowd. From Music in the Park to Oysterfest, there are wonderful things going on in a beautiful setting near Hood Canal. If you're ready to help Mom find a new home, come and tour Alpine Way. We'd love to treat you to lunch, show you our lovely apartments, and answer all your questions. Call Kathy Burbidge at (360) 426-2600 for a free lunch and tour 900 West Alpine Way Shelton, WA 98584 ALP00g RETIREMENT APARTMENTS, ASSISTED LIVING AND ALZHEIMER'S SPECIAL CARE i Page B-4 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 11,2011 Nichole L. White and Grant E. Hughes Nichole L. White of Olympia and Grant E. Hughes of Shelton will marry on Aug: 20 at the Straddleline ORV Park in Grays Harbor County. She is the daughter of Charleen and Denny Combs and Terry White of Shelton and he is the son of Patty and Frank Hughes of Shelton. International Girl program to hold pageant The Washington chap- ter of the International Girl Youth Development Pro- gram will be holding a state qualifying preliminary pag- eant on Sept. 3 at the Little Creek Casino. Organizers said the Inter- national Girl program is a family oriented pageant sys- tem built around community involvement. It aims to help teach young women that they have a duty to themselves to be the best they can be and to be involved in their communi- ties. Most of its participants are honor students and pro-active members of soci- ety. Through International Girl, these leaders of tomor- row learn how to interview, dress for success, speak in a public forum and hob to set goals and obtain them. Mikailah Chartier, 10, a student in the Pioneer School District, requested that a preliminary event be held in Mason County in order to benefit one of the hardest-hit districts in our state. Mikailah said she sees her teachers spending their own salaries on supplies that otherwise may not be affordable to some families. As with most schools, the amount of supplies grows larger each year. More items are purchased not for a single child, but to share the expenses for the entire class. This is a huge burden for a family just struggling to keep food on the table. Women up to age 26 wish- ing to be a contestant in the Mason County Preliminary event of Washington Inter- national Girl can receive free mini-optional catego- ries by bringing with them school supplies to be given to the Pioneer School District. Those who wish to show their support and would en- joy seeing the competition may forego the $5 door fee and bring five school supply items. These can be items from any school's supply list that is available. For more information, contact Dee Chartier at 427- 8836 or by email mason- or Jan Armstrong at the Washing- ton International Girl Direc- tors Pageant Office 253-254- 9492. )1 " Army Pvt. Jesse D. Remington has gradu- ated from the Direct Fire Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Colum- bus, Ga. The training consists of basic combat training and advanced individual training. During the nine weeks of basic combat training, the soldier received training in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tac- tics, military courtesy, military justice, physi- cal fitness, first aid, Army history, core values and traditions. Additional training included development of basic combat skills and battlefield opera- tions and tactics and experiencing use of vari- ous weapons and weapons defenses available to the infantry crewman. The advanced individual training course is designed to train indirect fire infantry sol- diers to employ, fire and recover anti-person- nel and anti-tank mines; locate, neutralize and extract mines; map reading and ground navigation; operate and maintain commu- nications equipment and radio networks; construct and camouflage mortar firing posi- tions; operate and maintain mortars and fire control equipment for individual/crew served weapons firing positions. Remington is the son of Dan and Kelley Remington of East Rasor Road, Belfair. His grandparents, Lee Roy and Floris Rem- ington, reside on Arrow Lane, Raymond, N.H. The private is a 2007 graduate of North Mason High School, Belfair. The Shelton Presbyterian Church is having an evening of music stating at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 28 at the church lo- cated at 1430 Shelton Springs Road. Performances include the Praise Band with Pastor Jeff Bursch; Back Row Boys men's quartet; soloist Brenda Baunsgard singing "Clinlb Every Moun- tain"; duet with piamst Elizabeth Ber- ndt and Susan Casey on flute and the ladies' quartet doing "It is Well with My Soul." Also, vocal solos by Isaiah Brooks, Nell Burkel and Glen Fourre; a duet with Lyn Wilson and Sally Smith; and violin solo by Betty Sarver will be performed. Janna Wood and Penny Allison will ac- company the soloist on the piano. 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