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Thursday, Aug. 21,2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-9 NONPROFIT BRIEFS Harmony Hill hosts events this weekend The Harmony Hill Retreat Center in Union hosts its Summer Gala and fifth annual Survivorship Fair and open house Saturday and Sunday at 7362 E. state Route 106. The keynote speaker both days is Michael Lerner, co-founder and president of Commonweal, the retreat center in Bolinas, California, that inspired Harmony Hill's cancer program. The nonprofit organization is a wellness and re- treat center that specializes in programs for people living with cancer. "Inspiring Transformation" is the theme of the Summer Gala fundraising dinner on Saturday. The event opens with a cocktail hour and live music at 5 p.m. For tickets, call 898-2363 or go to harmonyhill. org. The free Survivorship Fair on Sunday is for anyone seeking information on cancer survivorship resources and tools, and on cancer prevention, well- ness and healthful living. Lerner will talk about integrating the best medical treatments and integra- tive cancer therapies. Other speakers will talk about whole-self detox, beginning meditation and cancer prevention strate- gies. Other workshops and activities include outdoor taiji, free massage and tours of the campus. A lunch of whole foods will be on sale. The two events are co-sponsored by the center, Harrison Foundation, Franciscan Health System, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY MASON COUNTY DEMO- MOVING SALE, 4 miles CRATS hosting free picnic: North of Ulliwaup across Hot Dogs and Candidates, from 323 mile marker. Sat- come meet your candi- urday 9am-3pm. Furniture, dates in the 35th LD. Aug oak dining set, lots of mis- 22nd 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Knee- cellaneous. (W8/21) land Park. (M 8/21 ) Kitsap Cancer Services, Providence Regional Cancer System, Mason General Hospital, Cameo Boutique, Olympia Federal Savings, Our Community Credit Union, Melanie Bakala State Farm Insurance and Starbucks. Shelton Elks fundraiser for special needs kids The Shelton Elks Club hosts a Special Needs Kids Fundraiser Throwdown Party on Aug. 29 at its lodge at 741 SE Craig Road, Shelton. The event includes a barbecue dinner for a minimum donation of $20. Admission to the dance, without dinner, is $9. Performing is the band 8 Sec- ond Ride. There will also be a silent auction. Learn about the program at a presentation at 5 p.m. Enter your truck to win prizes, which will be awarded at 5 p.m. The categories include the muddi- est, oldest and tallest trucks. For more information, call 426-2322. Volunteers sought for Lions eyeE program The Northwest Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center is seeking volunteers. For more information, go to lionsnwlerc.org. Shelton Rotary Club installs officers The Rotary Club of Shelton recently installed of- ricers to serve through June 2015. Roxanne White was installed as president by Jean Roberts, assistant district governor for District 9A of Rotary International District 5020. Along with the installation of new officers, long- time members Rick Hoss and Gary Bauder were named Rotarians of the Year. The Rotary Club of Shelton was organized in May 1951. Allyn business donates plants to Habitat houses The AG3 Garden Center in Allyn donated 75 trees and shrubs to Habitat of Humanity of Mason County to be distributed to owners of local Habitat houses. The trees and shrubs are worth about $5,000, the nonprofit group reports. 'Tee know that landscaping really makes a house feel like a home, and we had the opportunity to do- nate to a great cause, and we are happy to provide Habitat homeowners with shrubs and trees," Kathy Arnold of AG3 Garden Center said in a news release. "Habitat's mission is to build simple, decent, af- fordable homes," said Tammey Newton, executive director of Habitat for Humanity for Mason County in a news release. "In keeping the homes affordable, we have a minimal budget available for landscaping. This gift from our community partner to Habitat families is wonderful." The homes are sold to partner families at no profit, and are financed through low-interest or no- interest loans. To be eligible, the family must have lived in Ma- son County for at least one year; be willing to work with Habitat for Humanity; have a steady gross income of 30 percent to 60 percent of the current me- dian for Mason County; be willing to work 400 hours of"sweat equity" as a down payment toward the new home; and be in need of a safe living environment. Habitat reccently completed a house in Belfair, its 23rd house. The group has started the ground- work for house No. 24 in Shorecrest. To volunteer or get more information on being a pQtential Habitat homeowner, call 426-8134 or go to habitatmasonwa.org. Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks F0ur Stars Award-winning, narJona~h, known Call for Parties,rirtre,, c.e,X,n. ~.,,ev I Meetings, Receptions A Wide Va ,h, of I special SHELLFISH HI Occasion Lunches DAILY Xinh T, I el s ksian TwistI (360) 427-8709. Open 5pm to 9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat I Downtown Shelton Comer of 3rd and West Railroad Z I If your car is leaking oil, it not only means your engine may be at risk - it also means that leaking oil is going directly to the Puget Sound. Don't Drip & Drive. Fix That Leokl Use this coupon by September 30, 2014 to receive a FREE visual Leak Inspection and receive ! 0% off (up to $50) on leak repairs at Denny's Auto Service. Oon't Coupon expires & Drive September 30, 2014. www.fixcarleaks.org The new, high field 'panorama open' MRI scanner combines the comfort of open space with the highest quality images available. No more feeling of claustrophobia with the near 360-degree opening.., this MRI has the capability of taking patients weighing up to 550 pounds. And your fast, accurate results can be immediately sent to your physician, electronically. The most advanced MRI technology is now available locally, and you can experience it in the Diagnostic Imaging Department at Mason General Hospital - where patient-centered care is leading the way. 7 am very excited to be involved with this new MRI. I am so proud that the Hospital h providing the latest advanced. ineagle technology tO OUt reside~es." - R liologist Kevin Roscoe, M.D. With your doctor's MRI order, make an appointment by calling (360) 427-9590. Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics (360) 427-9590. 901 Mountain View Drive, Shelton, WA 98584 www.MasonGeneral.com Mason General Hospital 901 Mountain View Drive, PO Box 1668, Sheiton, WA 98584 Shelton (360) 426-1611 from Allyn (360) 275-8614 Toll free (855) 880-3201 www.MasonGeneral.com Equal Opportunity Provider Translation Services Provided / Se habla espafiol Approved by the Joint Commission Healthcare's Most Wired Hospital for seven consecutive years! " T ...... T1 I I: II II