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December 18, 2014

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Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-25 A section of the Mason County Journal :ii~ili Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014 - Serving the communities of Belfair, Allyn, Grapeview, Tahuya, Mason Lake, South Shore and Victor ABOVE: In the foreground from left, Emma Adams and Caila Galbraith perform as members of the Belfair Elementary School Mallet Masters at the school's winter music program Dec. 11 in the gym. Behind them, from left, are Isabella Bendixin James, Chevelle McKitrick, Madelyn Poulton and Jordan Rolland. The group, directed by Don Connell, performed five songs, including "Mbira Jam" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." AT LEFT: Michael Eakes performs as a member of the Belfair Elementary School Mallet Masters. Herald photos by Gordon Weeks By NATALIE JOHNSON tersen said. and got my kids involved natalie@masoncoun~com Petersen is offering for years," Petersen said. new patients 50 percent "I want it in the forefront For the third year, offtheir exam and X-rays of their minds." Petersen Chiropractic if they bring in a bag of Petersen's office is at is collecting food for the nonperishable foods to151 state Route 300 in North Mason Food Bank.help feed the hungry. Belfair, next to the Bel- The six-week-long an- "It's been really wellfair QFC. nual food drive began received," he said. To help with the food in November and runs Petersen has worked drive, call 275-8727. through Dec. 31. in Belfair for 23 years. "Whether thefre pa- "Especially in the He said giving back totients or not, bring food last few years, there's the community is a prior- or bring checks to Pe- just been a glaring ity for his family, tersen Chiropractic," Pe- need," owner Brian Pe-"I've done it for years tersen said. Herald photo by Natalie Johnson Brian Petersen of Petersen Chiropractic holds one of the donations received for the business J food drive. The drive continues through Dec. 31.