Anderson Island Elementary awarded Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Grant

Steilacoom Historical School District has been awarded the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Grant for students attending Anderson Island Elementary School in the 2014-15 school year. Funds are provided to purchase a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that can be offered to students throughout the school day. Anderson Island Elementary School became eligible based on the federal free and reduced lunch rate and successful completion of the competitive grant application. One hundred and forty-eight Washington schools received funding. [Read more...]

Letter: A Vote For Experience and Common Sense

By John Simpson – Lakewood City Councilmember

The rain fell in buckets, and a man was pushing a car out of the right-of-way in front of the old Lakewood Mall. Behind the wheel was an elderly woman.

I stopped, got out and helped him push the vehicle a little further and into a parking spot.

Sopping wet, that is when Dick Muri and I first met.

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Around the Sound: Writer concludes book-writing project with Steilacoom spa session

As soon as I finished my latest book project—yes! another history book—I planned to celebrate with champagne. After all, Lake City promoter Allen C. Mason had used champagne to launch the steamboat, “Lake City” on American Lake that carried prospective landowners on the day that city was established. [Read more...]

LSDSC club player openings

The mission of the Lakewood Steilacoom Dupont Soccer Club is to educate & promote development of our local youth to achieve their maximum potential through the sport of soccer.

LSDSC promotes skill development, tactical awareness, mental toughness,physical fitness, leadership & “love of the game” while maintaining high standards of sportsmanship, respect and fair play. Registration is currently open, but coming to a close soon… [Read more...]