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Page A-26 - Mason County Journal- Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014 STAFF REPORT news@masoncounOz.com Susan Fletcher, author of the series "The Dragon Chronicles," will offer three writing workshops starting at 3:30 p.m. today at the North Ma- son Timberland Library. The work- shops will help writers of all ages learn how to de- velop ideas, hone writing skills and, as she states in her program description, "understand the price of magic in fan- tasy writing." Fletcher Fletcher will guide par- ticipants through writing exercises, discuss how to get a novel published and answer questions. The schedule is: 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. - teens 4:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. - grades two to five 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - adults Fletcher said her life in recent years has been adventurous. "I've ridden in a glider, on a camel, on a donkey, and in the locomotive of a train," she said on her website. R0. Box 275 NORTH MASON FIBER COMPANY NE 431 Log Yard Rd.. Belfair, WA 98528 The Place To Take Your YARD & Contractors Welcome Per Small Load (Plck-up Size) Load* OPEN MON-FRI 7AM-4:30PM SAT. ONLY 8AM-4PM 275-0228 Pleo.,:o, for dire io, and ,,lo,,, infor,.ation NO Plastics or Garbage PLEASE a 9 "I've poked around in a lava tube, in a sea cave ... rve chopped up food for falcons, been slimed by a slug, and traveled across the desert in Iran." But the author insists the most interesting thing about her is "what's hap- pening in my imagination. "I've heard there is an old Chinese curse that goes like this: 2Vlay you live in interesting times.' The reason it's a curse is that it's truly not such a bad thing to have a boring life. Boring on the outside, that is. For writers -- and readers, too -- there's al- ways something interest- ing going on inside." A former server, dish- washer, bookstore clerk, advertising "traffic coor- dinator" and copywriter, the British-born Fletcher has lived in several of the United States and cur- rently calls Oregon home. For a time, she taught at Vermont College's MFA in Writing for Chil- dren program. Fletcher was born in Birmingham, England, and studied at the University of York and the University of East Auglia. All programs at Tim- berland Regional Librar- ies are free and open to the public. STORM BREWING iN TAHUYA Herald photo by Gordon Weeks A storm cloud floats last month across Oak Patch Lake in Tahuya State Forest. The clouds started dropping hail about 15 minutes later. The Herald of Record is produced using 911 call information the Mason County Emergency Com- munications and the Mason County Sheriff's Office provide. OCT. 28 Burglary- At 12:12 p.m., a burglary was reported on East Royce Road in Grapeview. The 911 caller re- ported tools and building supplies were taken. Stray animal -- At 2:35 p.m., a caller reported a stray horse in NOV. 2 his or her yard in the 300 block of Explosion -- At 12:31 a.m., a caller Northeast Sides Way in Belfair. reported hearing an explosion and seeing flames in the 18000 block of Civil dispute -- At 6:13 p.m., a repos- East state Route 106 in Belfair. The session agent called 911 to report a caller said he or she could hear a person pulled a gun on her in the 100 woman screaming that someone block of East Country Lane in Allyn. was burned. According to the Sheriff's Office, one person was Mason County Sheriff's Office dep- injured after pouring gasoline on a uties responded and found that the campfire. parties had resolved their dispute. The repossession agent declined Compi/ed by reporter Nata/ie to press charges. Johnson WEDNESDAY The Mason County Democrats will meet at 6 p.m. at the North Ma- fair. Free and open to the To submit a calendar son Timberland Library, public. For more informa- item, email news@ 23081 state Route 3, Bel- tion, call 427-2731. masoncounty.com. , Clean, Secure ,Professional . All Size Heated Units , Easy Drive-Up Access Are ready and you for the get 5 November is "Adopt a Senior Dog" Month Hours: Ikm, Tm 11 1, lhur, Fri m-Spm, m 41Nn Dr. Siiverberg. Dr.Thomas i ~ii~i i ~ i/ ACCREDITED The Standard of Veterinary Excellence 23270 NE State Rt. 3 Belfair, WA 98528 (360) 275-2257 www.BelfairSelfStorage.com 24161 NE State Hv@ 3 360,277,3800 o www.belltownevetcenter.com Construction,.Inc, Sen4ng the North Mason area since1967 Specializing in seawall Re-c0nstructi0n and home repairs 275-6684 Frank Merrill Belfair, WA Lic #JESFtI*228D0