Caring for Kids wants to thank the community for their generous donations at our Stuff the Bus Event at Clover Park High School. It was a very soggy day, but spirits were high among the 61 middle school and high school kids. The adults and families also turned out in force. We were able to […]
Please accept this as your personal invitation to be a part of the November 7 (10 am) festivities at Ft. Steilacoom Park. While this 5K Run/Walk and Youth 1 mi dash are aimed at being a fun, community-centered race, their importance lies in commemorating and supporting those who are currently serving, those who have, and those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Please join us in honoring our nation’s service members and their families following the race with music, food and activities for the kids.
The Lakewood Baseball Club will host a pre-registration spaghetti feast and fundraiser on Friday, October 30 (5-8 pm) at Lake Louise Elementary.
For returning Lakewood Baseball Club players, here is your chance to register for the 2016 season. Regular Registration begins November 2, but you can “lead off” with this special event.
Pierce Transit is accepting applications to fill three current vacancies on its Community Transportation Advisory Group (CTAG). New CTAG appointees will serve a three-year term, beginning with their first CTAG meeting on January 28, 2016 and ending January 27, 2019.
Safe Streets, a non-profit that operates Tacoma and Pierce County, is excited to invite the community to join them this October for a series of Restaurant Takeover fundraising events. Local eateries will be opening their doors in support of Safe Streets, with proceeds from the evening going towards funding the organization’s community and youth programs.
Dance Theatre Northwest will perform at the Tacoma Holiday Food and Gift Festival at the Tacoma Dome on October 24h from 12-3:13 p.m. Original pieces from Illuminations, as well as from the classical ballets Swan Lake, Les Syphides Don Quixote, and Paquita, Broadway style musical theatre favorites, and, in spirit of the season, excerpts from The Nutcracker will be presented.
“Fircrest restaurant owner Scott Clement wants nothing more than a level playing field. He owns the Spring Lake Cafe, located in the core area of Fircrest that’s still covered by a law dating to the city’s founding in 1925.” Read the rest of Brynn Grimley’s story at The News Tribune website.\
Each fall the members of the PCSRA invite all Pierce County Legislators to join us for breakfast. It is a great time to sit down with your State Senator or State Representative and thank them for their efforts on your behalf. You can get caught up on the actions they have taken which impact your community, share your comments, and get clarification on issues that concern you.
Are you worried about the cost of repairs that your home needs?
Rebuilding Together South Sound is a local non-profit that uses skilled volunteers to provide free home repairs and modifications to low-income homeowners. Our repairs are focused on keeping people safe and healthy in their homes.
Have you ever wondered how someone who is blind is able to use a computer or read a book? Washington State Department of Services for the Blind provides a wide range of services for people of all ages in Washington State who are blind or have low vision.