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: Page A-20 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 STAFF REPORT dent in her senior year. Two news@masoncounty, com weeks ago, Garcia was the as- sembly chair for the Veterans The Shelton Lions Club Day school assembly. has named Carina Garcia, asGarcia has now completed CHOICE Alternative School'sall of her school requirements Student of the Month for No- for graduation and anticipates vember, receiving her high school di- Garcia, 20, is a senior andploma in January. was presented a certificateGarcia plans to study nurs- of achievement at a regularing. She said she wants to Lions Club business meet- travel to remote countries to ing. Garcia was accompa- assist with medical needs. nied by her parents, Curt "In my life, I have learned Baxley, a retired member ofthat times of sorrow are best the Navy, and Maria Parra, met with gratitude. For if we as well as a host of relatives go look for someone else in and friends, greater need, we are remind- Stacey Ozga, an education- ed of all that we have," Garcia al advocate representing ESD said. 113, spoke highly of Garcia's The Shelton Lions Club many talents and dedication, sponsors the Student of the In a written statement, Carri Month program for CHOICE Fennel, Garcia's CHOICE ad-Alternative School and pro- viser, said, "Carina is an ira- vides an annual scholarship pressive young woman!" CHOICE seniors may apply Garcia has been involved infor. Students are chosen for Honor Society and was a corn- their dependability, outstand- petitor in shot put at the state ing character traits, academic track championship, and activity achievements, She participated in choircommunity involvement, and band through her juniorleadership and organizational year and was the ASB presi-ability. Photo courtesy of the Shelton Lions Club Tom Carlton, project coordinator for the Shelton Uons Club Student of the Month program, left, presents CHOICE Alternative School senior Carina Garcia with a certificate naming her the school November Student of the Month. continued from page A-15 "Black and Blue Friday" it is about "hills people" who have come to a big-city shopping mall for the first time on a Black Friday. They are inquisitive about all the newfangled things, like escalators, elevators and mall Santas -- all on the worst shopping day of the year. These good and unsuspecting folk manage to get in a whole heap of trouble with themaUsectLrity. In a4-= dition to the play, there will be great songs by John Strasburger and sing- Audrey Beaudoin. This will be a fun time. missed. You will have an opportunity to alongs for the cast and audience. The The Harstine Island Community hear both choirs and piano four-hands show and singing program will be about an hour long. The event will be at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 5 and Dec. 6. There will be performance at 3 p.m. Dec. 7. Karen Jones wrote the play, and the Pioneer Drama Service is distributing it. The cast will include Loma Hink, Franklin Chapman, Josie Beaudoin, Han- Choir is preparing for its annual Decem- ber concerts. This season, they are sing- ing with Masterworks Choral Ensemble. They have had wonderful success sing- ing with them in the past and look for- ward to performing with them again this season. They will be singing a wonderful collection of Christmas favorites, includ- na Johnson, Scott Newman, Fred Burg- ing "Joy to tjhe World," "The First Noel," doff, Abigail Johnson, Dean Byrd, Dee = T .h, Jeanette Isabella' and. Ann Meacham, Elizabeth Chapman and manyothe . This concer is not to be (that's two people playing the same piano at the same time) at 3 p.m. Dec. 14 at the Shelton High School Performing Arts Center. Or you can hear only the Harstine Island Choir at 3 p.m. Dec. 13 at St. Hugh Episcopal Church in Allyn. So go and enjoy some wonderful music to help get you in the holiday spirit. . Mike Callagha live on Hax stine Island. He can be emailed at sobadog@ n.com, ' THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY 10:00 AM TO 5:00 PM For More b~formation Call (360) 239-8472 OR STOP BY THE STORE AT 122 Wl COTA STREET; SHELTON We invite you to be the powerthat makes great things happen by living united and investing in what matters today; bringing neighbors and resources together to advance the common good right here in Mason County. 221 W. Railroad Ave. Suite-12, Shefton, WA 98584 360-426-4999 unitedwaymasonco.org VolunteerMason.org Like us on Faceboolc LIVE UNITED After 30 years, FROI(TIER IIJES is going out of business soon! we are slashing prices on wonderful merchandise including ilure; tools, jewelry and glassware, lamps and chandeliers. We are reducing prices daily until closing up to 50% off. Come enjoy cookies and browse for hours Man-Sot 10- 5 @315 South First Sheet across from Bob's Tavern.