By Nancy Covert School Board members never know what their student constituents will gift them with during the yearly School Board Appreciation Night. The 2016 “thanks” to school board members for their role in Steilacoom Historical School District No. 1 was held on Jan. 27. Board members went home that night with some interesting items, […]
Crab Louis wasn’t on the menu Sunday night down Titlow Beach, so Shirley Seagull brought her own ingredients.
Good thing ‘The Polar Express’ wasn’t set on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train…
Explorations, Steilacoom Library’s Speaker Series, is offering half a dozen informative lectures at the Library (with the first one at the Museum), beginning in January. David Nicandri, former director of the WA State History Museum, will speak about his new book, “Arctic Ambitions, Captain Cook and the Northwest Passage,” at 2 p.m. on Jan. 8 […]
Pittsburgh, the “Burgh,” “The Steel City” was and still is home to thousands of different ethnicities: Hungarian, Polish, Slavs, Russians, Greeks, Germans, Irish, Scots, English, Dutch and French, and, no doubt, so many more these days.
By Nancy Covert About a dozen historic artifacts have been selected to be displayed in February at the Steilacoom Historic Museum. SHMA’s new president, Jan Lucas, and Curator Joan Curtis came to Pioneer Middle School recently and announced the winners during an all-7th grade assembly.
A group of youngsters and some parents showed up at the Steilacoom Historical Museum on Dec. 12 to complete special greeting cards they’d knitted. Mrs. Kathy Johansen’s 3rd grade students have been learning to knit during school. The Saturday sessions are “extras” for this group of new knitters.
“Frosty the Snowman is a fairy tale, they say. But the children say he could laugh and play when he came to life one day.”
‘Tis the time of year to be making Lists, checking them twice, or more. What’s on you list? When it comes to list making I just scrawl some notes on one of my ever-present yellow-lined mini tablets. When—oops! Just when I thought I was ready to launch my annual frantic last minute seasonal shopping, I […]
Holiday greenery placed by the Steilacoom Garden Club members on town buildings.