Maggie Thompson was announced as Lakewood Rotary’s Student of the Month for November, at the club’s November 20 meeting.
Do you know why the Seahawks lost the Super Bowl XLIX? No, it wasn’t that questionable pass call. Actually, it was your fault. At least, that’s what Dorothy Wilhelm says in her new book, Better Every Day.
After an exhaustive peer-review evaluation process, attorney Heather Burgess was selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of *The Best Lawyers in America*® in the fields of environmental law and environmental litigation. She is the only attorney listed in both practice areas for the Olympia and Tacoma areas.
CHI Franciscan Health welcomes Syd Bersante as market president for Pierce County. As market president, she holds responsibility for St. Clare Hospital, Lakewood, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Enumclaw and St. Joseph Medical Center, Tacoma. Bersante has been serving as president of St. Joseph Medical Center since November 2007. A registered nurse, Bersante joined CHI Franciscan in 1990.
Pierce County Parks and Recreation is accepting applications for a Recreation Assistant for the Indoor Playground program at the Lakewood Community Center.
LAKEWOOD – A pair of stories posted at The News Tribune website tell sad stories of a 10-year-old killed in a car crash on Monday, November 9. “A 10-year-old boy died Monday night after a car driven by a 14-year-old hit a utility pole in Lakewood, police said.” Read the rest of Alexis Krell’s Nov. 9 story. “The 14-year-old driver of a car that slammed into a utility pole in Lakewood, killing a 10-year-old, was booked into Remann Hall juvenile detention center Tuesday.” Read the rest of Stacia Glenn’s Nov. 10 update.
Nineteen Lions Club members from Lakewood First Lions and DuPont Lions converged on Lakewood’s Gary and Carol Milgard Family HOPE Center to provide exams for students of the adjacent Lakeview Elementary School. Beginning at 8:00 a.m. processions of students filed quietly from the school’s classrooms to Hope Center’s facilities where eye exams and hearing tests went on for 6 hours and served 720 young children. The hearing & site exams are performed annually by local Lions Clubs, organized by Jeff Rich of Lakewood First. Greg Hull of DuPont Lions organizes that club’s involvement.
Gregory Marks a Tacoma native is a filmmaker who makes films that educate and inspire.
Mr. Marks fought and conquered a twenty year addiction and homelessness to become a TV and film actor on shows such as GRIMM and Leverage you can also catch him on many television commercials.
Steilacoom – Nadia Albert, a Senior, from Steilacoom High School was nominated by a community member and selected byWashington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) staff as one of the Athletes of the Week for achievements in Volleyball.
Sound Outreach is looking for a consultant to write a business plan for its Micro Lending program. Deadlines for proposals is November 13.