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Page A-22 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 R0, Box 275 NORTH MASON FIBER COMPANY • NE 431 Log Yard Rd.. Belfair, WA 98528 Place Take Your YARD 8, Contractors Welcome Per Small (Pick-up Size) *Price 1 based onl size of I Load* Vehicle j OPEN MON-FRI 7AM-4:3OPM • SAT. ONLY 8AM-4PM 275-0228 Please call for directions and more information NO Plastics or Garbage PLEASE continued frompage A-21 Joel Emery said it costs the dis- trict $10,606 per month to operate. Emery did not have an estimate for how much revenue the center receives each month. "In its current structure, costs are exceeding revenue," he said. After taking an hour to speak with attendees, school district $10K "(The advisery) cemmi ee needs te have a c ear visien and have a ctear idea fer what sheatd the center he," Lisa Roberts, coordinator for instructional services, North Mason School District staff helped summarize each ta-needs to have a clear vision ble's main ideas, and have a clear idea for what "(The advisory committee) should the center be," said Lisa Roberts, coordinator for instruc- tional serviees at the school dis- trict. I July 15: A girl was born to Amy July 16: A girl was born to Kris- vided by Harrison Medical Cen- Bowers and Kyle Steinke of Port tina and Chad Toms of Belfair.ter. To submit a birth announce- Orchard. ment, email news@masoncounty. • Birth announcements pro- com. .asses Hours: Men, Tue 8am-6pm • Wed, Ihur, Fri 8m-Spin. Sat 8am-4pm Dr. Nancy Isbell • Dr. Amanda Silverberg • Dr. Shawn Thomas ACCREDITED The Standard of Vetennarv Excellence 24161 NE State Hwy 3 380,277,3800 • www.belltownevetcenter.oom conOnuedfrompage A-21 Term Care Consultants, Copy That Reprographics, Costco, Ha- ven in Allyn, Kitsap Bank, Kit- sap Credit Union, LMTAA Area Agency on Aging, Mason Transit Authority, Mental Health Profes- sionals, Encore Communities, Olympia Federal Savings, Senior Services of South Sound, Shu- maker Chiropractic and Stafford Suites. Water ecology classes offered The Belfair-based Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement group of- fers a 12-week program. The Citi- zen Action Training School, which focuses on the watershed and Puget Sound ecology. The classes begin Sept. 10, and are hosted weekly in Bremerton • at Washington State University's Kitsap Extension offices. The ses- sions end in mid-December. The training consists of 50 hours of class and field sessions, primarily on weekday evenings and three field trips on Satur- days. For more information, call Seth Elsen at 275-3575. • Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks $2014 in additional Mason County Journal advertising Just for being a member of the North Mason Chamber of Commerce. Each quarter one lucky chamber member will win an additional $2,014 worth of Mason County Journal advertising to help promote their business. Use it to see how advertising in the Mason County Journal can grow your business. Or, use it to increase your advertising presence in the Journal to gain greater market share. Or use it to see how color advertising improves your marketing effort. Each quarter, the lucky winner will work with our award-winning advertising professionals to develop or enhance a first-class advertising campaign in the Mason County Journal. We believe in Mason County. We believe in the North Mason Chamber of Commerce. And we believe advertising in the Mason County Journal will help your business to grow and thrive. And now there are 2,014 more reasons to be a chamber member and 2,014 more reasons to advertise in the Mason County Journal. • n thejol lI' al Mnson Eounly Journul = 227 West Coto St. Shelton, WA ?8584 = 360-426-4412 911 calls received by Ma- son County Emergency Communications, which covers the Shelton Police Department, the Mason County Sheriff's Office and tribal agencies: Burglaries At 7:11 p.m. on Aug. 15, a burglary was reported in the 19000 block of East state Route 106 in Belfair. At 5:48 a.m. on Aug. 16, a burglary was re- ported in the 100 block of Northeast Old Belfair Highway. Domestic Violence At 4:02 p.m. on Aug. 13, a domestic disturbance was reported in the 100 block of Northeast Bear Ridge in Belfair. Theft At 3:17 p.m. on Aug. 14, a vehicle was reported stolen in the 24000 block of Northeast state Route 3 in Belfair. At 4:59 a.m. on Aug. 17, a theft was reported in the 100 block of North- east Harpoon Drive in Belfair. Miscellaneous At 7:31 a.m. on Aug. 17, a 24-foot sailboat was reported to be sinking at the Fair Harbor Marina on East Grapeview Loop Road. Fires At 3:20 p.m. on Aug. 12, a brush fire was reported in the 100 block of North- east Rainbow Lane in Belfair. • To submit a calendar item, email news@ masoncounty.com • Wheels • Alignment • Brak • Shocks Construction, Inc, Sewing the North Mason area since1967 Specializing in seawall Re-c0nstructi0n and • Siping • Batteries home repairs • Written warranties 275,6684 Frank M;:'IIEsFI 8 B Ifair' WA ,Ready!,] s ! chwa ~Tjr~te~ (360) 27543108 Hours: 7:30am pm M0n-Fri " NE 23090 State R0ute3 www.LesSchwab.com