For two years, Anderson Island residents have asked the Pierce County Council to change the county-run ferry service to better meet their needs. Read more: Anderson Island residents may get new early, late ferry runs | The News Tribune
By Cassandra de Kanter Join us on Friday evening, April 29, for our annual Classic Movie Night. Formerly known as Silent Movie Night, we have an exciting classic talkie this year – “The Maltese Falcon” starring Humphrey Bogart. Showtime is 7:00 and the price is only two bits. There will be free popcorn.
By Fred Crumley Susan Greer, Principal of Anderson Island Elementary School was very happy to receive two checks from the Steilacoom Kiwanis Club.
Three Republican candidates hoping to replace the outgoing Pierce County Executive will speak at the monthly meeting of the 28th District Republican Club at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at the Cloverleaf Restaurant. Club members and the public are invited to hear State Sen. Bruce Dammeier, former member of the Washington Legislature Larry Faulk, and […]
Approximately 105 kindergarteners will visit the Bair Bistro for ice cream cones this month to experience a “full restaurant experience”. In early May, the 5 classes of students will then take a science field trip to the Tacoma zoo (and probably more ice creme).
Members of the DuPont/Steilacoom/Anderson Island Patriots Baseball League thanked the Steilacoom Kiwanis for team sponsorship and members of the 508th Military Police Battalion for a donation of $1,000. Because of donations, the league can support 309 players.
By Peter Franklin On behalf of the Steilacoom Kiwanis Club Gerry Evanson & Sheila Moberg presented a check for $900 to Kyle Haller and Pioneer Middle School Principal Andre Stout.
From Pierce County TV: The results are in. Pierce County’s waterborne ferry study shows the demographics and needs of Anderson Island riders are changing. From adding more runs to changing ticket prices, find out which issues are most important for riders, and how the County plans to address them.
By Peter Franklin Sheila Moberg, Treasurer of the Steilacoom Kiwanis Club, presents a check for $200 to Schools Superintendent, Kathi Weight to purchase specially designed equipment to be used for the “Day of Champions” track meet.
Plenty of programs stress the importance of talking to teenagers about the dangers of drug misuse, but who is talking to seniors? According to a new survey of seniors*, nearly one-fifth of those taking five or more prescription medications have experienced challenges in managing their medications, including keeping track of which medications they have taken […]