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Page A-14 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 STAFF REPORT ington State Patrol. Patrol Academy, will discuss the traffic stops. news@masoncoun .com The presentation is sched- types and nature of training pro- The presentation is free uled for 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. vided at the academy, to the public and could be of The Mason County Sports- Wednesday at the Mason Cpl. Paul Cagle, lead fire-interest to anyone pursuing a man's Association (MCSA)will County PUD 3 auditorium at arms instructor at the acad- career with the Washington host an informational presen- 2621 Johns Prairie Road. emy, will discuss firearms,State Patrol or other law-en- tation on careers in law en- Lt. Tim Coley, assistant corn- concealed-carry laws and forcement agencies or to fire- forcement, such as the Wash- mander at the Washington State appropriate responses at arm enthusiasts, according the MCSA. The presentation will be im- mediately followed by the MC- SA's monthly general business meeting. For more information, con- tact Richard Burleigh at 426- 2899. GREAT PUMPKINS Shelton resident Mariana Hernandez, 9, looks for the perfect pumpkin Union. Journal photo by Gordon Weeks Monday at Hunter Farms in to Way in Shelton offer flu shots Friday Flu shots are available for $20 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at Alpine Way Continuing Care Community, 900 W. Alpine Way, Shelton. CostLess Pharmacy is offering the shots in the lounge. Insurance companies can be billed. Deb Johnson, Alpine Wa3;s wellness director, also recommends that people, especially seniors, drink plenty of liquids, get lots of sleep and wash their hands often to stay healthy and active this winter. For more information, 426-2600. SmileMobile to provide dental care to kids Children and youths through age 18 can re- ceive dental care from the nonprofit Washington Dental Service Foundation's SmileMobile, which will be parked Nov. 3, 4 and 6 at Evergreen El- ementary School in Shelton, with follow-up treat- ments provided through Nov. 14. The SmileMobile is a 38-foot dental clinic on wheels. It is staffed by a clinic manager, dentist, dental assistant and volunteer dental workers. Appointments can be made by calling 1-888- 286-9105. Examinations will be available from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 3, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 6. Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks Paid Political Advertisement II WITH $2.8 BILLION IN NEW REVENUE IN THE STATE BUDGET NEXT YEAR, WHICH OF THE TWO 35th DISTRICT CANDIDATES FOR STATE SENATE WANTS TO RAISE TAXES TO SPEND MORE, AND WHICH WANTS TO LIVE WITHIN OUR MEANS? IRENE BOWLING (Raise Taxes, Spend More) EDUCATION Advocates "bringing more revenue into the State's coffers." Believes new revenue should be spent on a variety of programs besides education. (The Olympian 7/2o/14) SALES TAX Favors charging sales tax on bottled water. (Mason Web TV Interuiew 7/13/14) LUXURY TAX "I would bring back the luxury tax on ears." (Olympian 7/20/14) CAR TABS "If people can afford the kind of prices they are paying for cars, they can put a little more money into MVET." (Kitsap Sun Interview 7/3o/14) GAS TAX Favors increasing gas tax to pay for transportation projects. (Thurston Chamber of Commerce Forum 9/16/14) SEN. TIM SHELDON (Live Within Our Means) EDUCATION Under his leadership, the Senate added $1 billion in new education funding since 2o13. Believes the incoming $2.8 billion should be dedicated to education FIRST! SALES TAX Against ANY sales tax for bottled water or food! LUXURY TAX Believes cars are a NECESSITY in a rural district, not a luxury! CAR TABS Against ANY increase in car tabs! GAS TAX Opposes ANY increase in gas tax without voter approval, and not until Department of Transportation is reformed! WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR TAX DOLLARS, THERE IS ONLY ONE CLEAR CHOICE FOR STATE SENATE! ENDORSED BY THE KITSAP SUN EDITORIAL BOARD! "We hope to see Tim Sheldon indeed lead and vote as an independent, moderate, common sense 'maverick," and endorse him for another Senate term for the 35th District." (7-24-14) TIM ,o~ SENATE D Paid for by the Committee to Elect Senator Tim Sheldon, 35th District, D [ P.O. Box G Hoodsport, WA 98548 www.votetimsheldon.com