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I am a parent and I have concerns with the special education program of the North Kitsap School District.
This morning I had the privilege to witness the return of a true American Hero, the USS Kitty Hawk, a ship that so valiantly protected this great nation around the world. I have a second home in Port Orchard. I flew up here Monday night just to see this great aircraft carrier come into port.
If I had a private museum and few wanted to utilize it, it would go bust - no matter how interesting and worthwhile to some. The same goes for our Marine Science Center.
ShareNet's community barbeque last month was a big success thanks to the dedication of our hosts, American Marine Bank and Windermere Real Estate, and particularly AMB’s Deanna Brown and Debbie Anderson, who spearheaded the event along with their staff.
I wish to thank all of the families that participated in our summer program again this year. We had children return to us from all over the USA and around the world. The children were fabulous. I can’t thank my staff enough for the spectacular curriculum that was created for our summer camps. This year, the camps consisted of swimming, horseback riding, cooking, environmental studies, gardening, sports, music and dance. We enjoyed several celebrations and performances throughout the summer. Hats off to the kids, ages 3-12 years old; they are an extremely talented group. All my love and appreciation goes to the families that were here this summer. It was the best summer imaginable. We are now getting ready for our Montessori classes this fall and can’t wait to see everyone again next year. Our new Web site will capture much of the summer’s activities and will be “up” for your viewing in another month.
What kind of people live in Kitsap County where election signs are put up one day and torn down within 24 hours?
Just about two months ago our daughter was killed in an accident at our home. Some guys from surrounding churches decided that a good project to show our family their love for us would be to re-roof the church where my husband pastors.
We should all thank Bill Collins for so carefully delivering the DNC/Russian/Al Qaeda talking points about the dangers of U.S. expansionism (Aug. 16, Bremerton Patriot). However, wherever I see U.S. troops deployed, I see an extremely grateful population that is thankful the troops are there to help and not oppress. Those who claim otherwise aren’t just trying to smear the president, but are really smearing the troops.
We are honored to be nominated and voted the Best Doctor practice in the premier issue of “The Best of North Kitsap 2008.” As our patients know, we are a team that includes practitioners, Bruce Carlton, M.D, Anne Ledell-Hong, ARNP, and Sharman Kathleen Hurlow, M.D.; our office staff includes manager Laurie Kehler, along with Nurse Norma McCain, medical assistants Mary Vaughn and Ian Perea and Kat Bruhn, our receptionist. As a team, we will continue our best efforts to maintain your trust and confidence. From all of us, thank you.
On July 15, we lost our son, Malachi DeWalt, to a tragic accident. It was the most devastating day of our lives and will continue to keep hold of us for the remainder of our lives.
On July 15, we lost our son, Malachi DeWalt, to a tragic accident. It was the most devastating day of our lives and will continue to keep hold of us for the remainder of our lives. When we were at our lowest, family, friends, complete strangers and local businesses came to our aid. So with this letter, we would like to thank the following families: Thomas, Dozier, Jones, Johnson, Stockton, Square, Lawrence, Wett, Gaines and extended DeWalt family members.
Why does electing the right person to the position of auditor of Kitsap County matter? It is a position which does not get much publicity or headlines except when something goes wrong, like four years ago in Seattle when votes were found in some very odd places.
Thank you to the community and my sponsors for helping send me to Akron, Ohio, to participate in the 71st All-American Soap Box Derby World Championship!
Val Torrens’ diatribe against the Building Industry Association of Washington demonstrates a disappointing lack of journalistic skills and integrity. Even those writing “opinion” columns for newspapers typically try to ensure their facts are correct.
I’m writing concerning the story abut Harrison Hospital which is considering the purchase of the city of Poulsbo-owned property at 10th Avenue. If purchased, Harrison Hospital would then build a new state-of-the-art cancer treatment facility at the site.
My name is Julee Marcelino and I am the committee chairperson for fundraising activities for the North Kitsap Pee Wee Association. We are looking to garner community support for our organization this year.