Kiwanis Club of Steilacoom was first conceived in 1993 to meet the goals of community service and outreach. Since then it has grown to include students within the local school district, thus benefiting the entire town.
Speakers from Pierce County’s Emergency Food Network and FISH Food Banks will help League of Women Voters members understand the problem of food insecurity in the US and locally. Non-members are cordially invited to join in this important conversation. The conversation topics may include, but are not limited to:
By Charles Wahlstrom
Oberlin Church men are sponsoring a free weekly men’s breakfast for the lenten season (March 11 – April 15). All men are invited to gather at The Bair on Layfayette Street in Steilacoom. Breakfast will be served Tuesday mornings at 7 a.m. SHARP.
The Steilacoom Historical School District Board of Directors voted to remove the Interim title and enter into superintendent contract negotiations with Ms. Kathi Weight at the February 12, 2014 meeting.
From The News Tribune: Steilacoom hopes to protect one of its northernmost natural areas by prohibiting vehicles from driving onto the mudflats of Chambers Bay at low tide.
Steilacoom Historical School District No. 1 is hosting Informational Sessions for families whose children will be attending Kindergarten in the 2014-2015 school year. Students must turn 5 years old by September 1, 2014 to enroll in kindergarten. Sessions will walk parents through the enrollment packet and respond to questions regarding the process.
This past week, Steilacoom’s Preservation and Review Board reviewed a conceptual plan (click link for drawing) from Burlington Northern/Santa Fe regarding the Saltar’s Point Trestle Bridge replacement, according to Mark Burlingame, Steilacoom’s Public Works Director. It has been submitted to the Town for consideration by BNSF, and it “could represent what a future bridge might look like,” Burlingame added.
What’s your favorite variety of Girl Scout Cookie? Cookies are now on sale during the next three weekends, and now’s a good time to stock up on these traditional, once-a-year sweets.
STEILACOOM – The rain showers on Sunday didn’t dampen the spirits of the 18 volunteers who made quick work of removing ivy towering high overhead in the cherished Steilacoom Tunnel of Trees along Steilacoom Blvd.
A Town of Steilacoom Parks & Trails Work Party will remove ivy from the Tunnel of Trees on 2 March, 2014, from 1 to 3 PM. If we have plenty of volunteers, we can also take on the ivy growing up trees behind the Community Center. The meeting place will be where Starling St joins into Steilacoom Blvd at Puyallup St. The next meeting of the committee will be 12 March from 6 to 8 PM at the Town Hall Map Room on Lafayette St.