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September 18, 2014

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Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-25 A section of the Mason County Journal Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 - Serving the communities of Belfair, AUyn, Grapevzew, Tahuya, Mason Lake, South Shore and Victor .... ABOVE: North Mason football ball boys Kaden North, No. 4, and Mason Shumaker laugh while kneeling next to a cheer box covering a spouting sprinkler during the third quarter of the Bulldogs' home-opener against Elma on Friday night at Phil Pugh Stadium. The sprinklers went off because they were still set to a summer water schedule. AT LEFT: The end zone sprinklers soak the field near the score board during halftime. The Bulldogs won 34-27. See page B-1 for game coverage. Herald photos by Emily Hanson NORTH MASON BRIEFS Healthful eating tips at library Mason County Public Hospital Dis- trict No. 2 will present a free forum on eating for prevention from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 30 at the North Mason Timberland Library, 2301 NE state Route 3, Belfair. The speakers will include registered dietician Heather Denis and culinary educator Kim Berto. For more information, go to www.mcphd2.org. Clogging classes available in Belfair The Hood Canal Masonic Temple in Belfair is hosting dogging dance class- es every Tuesday evening at 23341 NE state Route 3. Beginning dance classes start at 6:45 p.m. and last an hour. The class is free to new students through September. For more information, call 275- 8800 or 908-5431 go to country cloggers.org. Chefs wanted for chowder cook-off Chowder chefs are being sought to compete in North Mason Resources' Chowder Cook-Offfrom 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 25 at Prince of Peace Catho- lic Church, 1171 Sand Hill Road, Belfair. Chefs will pay a $50 entry fee and will need to bring 3 gallons of any type of chowder and a digital thermometer. The event also will feature a Clean Joke Contest. Patrons will pay $20 for each joke they tell. Public admission to the event will be $10. Patrons will vote for their fa- vorite chowder and joke. Judges will award a prize for best chowder. For $50 or $100, sponsors can have their names displayed on the aprons of contestants. Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks