A boldfaced, three-lined headline (in the original version), published on page 21 in the Sept. 20, 1916 issue of the Tacoma Daily Ledger, publicized the big news happening in Steilacoom, WA—the state’s oldest incorporated community:
Fred Crumley (left) and Dick Muri of the Steilacoom Kiwanis, presented a $200 check (below) to Pioneer Middle School Teacher, Cindy Haverkamp (center).
This summer, whether dining in a backyard or at an area city park, such as American Lake’s City Park —one entrée not to be missed is something barbecued: that lip-smacking Southern-style meal starring beef, chicken, or pork, blended in a mixture of brown sugar, onions, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, dry mustard, ginger, vegetable oil, garlic, lemon…and […]
While great views of Mt. Rainier are visible from almost anywhere around Pierce County, the view is especially impressive from the north end of American Lake. Imagine Mt. Rainier, or Mt. Tahoma as it originally was known, outlined with 100 very tall candles to mark this year’s occasion.
By Charles Ames Congressman Denny Heck (D-WA) paid a visit to the Springbrook Neighborhood Association as Guest Speaker July 21. The meeting facility is provided by Centerforce. It is the first time a federal elected official has attended a Lakewood neighborhood association. Among the topics discussed were the major renovation of Bridgeport Way between Interstate […]
TACOMA, WA – Judy Young, who served more than 30 years as an attorney for Washington State, is the new director for District 32 Toastmasters.
Siri was showered with holy water at Perkins Park on July 4. The frisky German shepherd pup was just one of about a dozen plus canines, accompanied by their owners, that congregated in the town’s park early Monday morning for a special Blessing of the Animals.
Steilacoom Kiwanis Club member, Fred Crumley, presents a check for $500 to Steilacoom H.S. Principal, Michael Miller and S-2-S Advisor, Katie Redman. The Student To Student Program welcomes and mentors new transfers to the high school. This year, more than 125 new students participated in the S-2-S welcoming activities and events.
Pierce County Ferry riders should be aware of several items during the Fourth of July weekend.
By Peter Franklin Steilacoom Kiwanis President, Nancy Henderson and Schools Director, Fred Crumley, presented a $500 check to Steilacoom High School Sponsor, Katie Redman, and Student Leader, Dana Eisler, for the Student to Student Program.