Mobile Notary Business In Brinnon

Laura Lee’s Mobile Notary
& Certified Notary Signing Agent

Don’t waste your time and energy traveling to find a notary!

I’ll save you time and money by traveling to you. Call for pricing today.

Phone: (360) 490-5828

Serving the area from Shelton to Port Townsend

Email: misslljones@yahoo.com

Two Exchange Students In Quilcene Need A Home For The School Year

Two exchange students need a Quilcene home for this school year.

A Brinnon home may also work.

Two 16 year old girls…one from Germany and one from Italy are already

here and would like to stay together, but it is not required.

The host family would be responsible for daily expenses but the girls have

spending money for personal needs and recreation.

A great cultural experience for everyone.

If you want more information or know someone who might be interested

please call Betty Boon at 360.683.0889 or email her at boon.aspect.

August News from The Picket Fence

This coming week is the Quilcene "Annual" Town Wide Rummage Sale
Friday 8/21-Sunday 8/23
{Not All Rummage Sales are every day}

MANY Sales around town, just look for signs! In addition to all the nearby home rummage sales, at least 15 people will be selling at Quilcene Community Center inside & out. Don’t miss the great browsing.

Have you stopped by to check out our new location yet?

Regular Picket Fence Shop Hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
In our NEW location now:
22 Washington St.
"In the two tiny buildings!" By Tanda Designs.
360-774-0444
Located next to the Quilcene Community Center, and near the espresso stand.

www.the-picketfence.net

GARDENERS’ CORNER display and contests at the Quilcene Fair

GARDENERS’ CORNER display and contests at the Quilcene Fair is for celebrating and honoring Farming in our community. Sponsored by the Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club and located in the Quilcene School multi-use room during the Quilcene Fair, Saturday September 19th.

Win gift certificates, prizes and admiration in the following contests:

  • Longest Zucchini (tape measured)
  • Biggest Pumpkin (tape measured)
  • Heaviest Tomato
  • Smallest Carrot
  • Prettiest Jar of Pickles
  • Best Scarecrow
  • Best Jam
  • Best Jelly

For all jam and jelly entrants, your entry must include the written recipe and preserving information

Special fun for young gardeners 5 to 12

Bring in your “pride and joy” fruit or vegetable for display. All entrants have a chance to win a die-cast Farmall Cub Tractor 1948 replica.

For both adults and kids – photographs of you with garden produce are also welcomed for a special display. These can be of any size up to 8” x 10” (with 8” x 10 being a nice size to show off those garden items and your big smile). It has been a great gardening year and we know you have some beauties. This is not a contest, but a way to share the joy our gardens are bringing to our tables and our hearts as gardeners this year.

Please bring all contest items, and also pictures to display, to the Quilcene School’s Multi-use room from 3 to 5 on Friday September 18, 2015.

Information – Karen Grooms

email: karen@eutoposfarm.com, 360-697-3527

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TONIGHT – Wine Tasting event INSIDE the Worthington Mansion! 5 PM start

Friends, Please come enjoy fine wines, ciders, beer and spirits indoors – inside the historic Worthington Mansion! When life hands you lemons, make lemonade… Don’t be afraid of the weather – come mingle, taste and relax with your friends and neighbors, raindrop-free. All else is the same – event starts at 5 PM! Music by Tim Burtsch! Don’t miss it.

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Toandos Coming Sat. Aug. 15th – The Woodland Band at the Community Center

Saturday August 15, 2015 at 7:30 PM
The Woodland Band

Woodland brings a blend of high octane bluegrass, country and zydeco to the Americana music scene. Based out of Seattle, the band combines melodic solos, catchy rhythms, and three-part harmonies with both male and female-led vocals. Improvisational soloing from the banjo, mandolin, and tenor guitar make every performance a unique experience for both the band and the audience. With influences ranging from Bela Fleck to Alison Krauss to Pink Floyd, Woodland has carved out a unique place in Seattle’s rich music scene.

The band:
Chuck Dunklin – Tenor Guitar
Stephanie Ward – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Luke Yanz – Vocals, Mandolin
Dan Monte Calvo – Vocals, Banjo
Amir Rio – Percussion, Back-up Vocals
Dan Rogers – Upright Bass

www.woodlandband.com

Sound samples: www.woodlandband.com/music

Videos:
“Annabel”
“Coal Train Rain”

Laurel B. Johnson Community Center
923 Hazel Point Road
Coyle, WA 98376

Admission: by donation
Genre: high octane bluegrass, country and zydeco
Age: all-ages
Complimentary cookies, coffee and conversation at intermission

Your hosts,
Norm & Sol Johnson
83 Hazel Point Court
(360) 765-3449

Preview Windows 10 at Brinnon Community Center!

Were you wondering what Windows 10 looks like and how it differs from Windows 7 or XP?

Just drop by the Brinnon Community Center and try it out on the new Dell computer with Windows 10 installed.

It is not a touch screen but operates just fine with a mouse.

If after using the computer, you have any ideas on how we might improve the configuration, please send me an email.

And by the way, all three of the public computer have high speed internet provide by NoaNet which is about 10 times faster than CenturyLink DSL.

A big thanks to Emerald Towns Alliance, sponsors of ShrimpFest for providing the funds to upgrade one of the public computers to Windows 10 as well as all funding for the other two computers and printers.

Coming next Sat. Aug. 8th – The Tony Furtado Duo at Coyle!

Saturday August 8, 2015 at 7:30 PM
> Tony Furtado and Stephanie Schneiderman
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> TONY FURTADO www.tonyfurtado.com
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> Tony Furtado is a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, banjo, & slide guitar, and mixes Americana, folk, indie-rock, blues, and jazz styles.
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> "As a banjo virtuoso, Furtado is well-known for his envelope-pushing, progressive bluegrass stylings. His picking is rapid-fire quick, sharp and clear, and puts him in the school of Béla Fleck and David Grisman." ~ Katie Klingsporn, Telluride Daily Planet
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TREASURES in your closet / garage / attic

Listen up! Shona Davis has REVIVED the Quilcene

TOWN-WIDE RUMMAGE SALE.

Three weekends from now – Friday/Sat/Sun AUGUST 21-23 – the whole community sets up sales tables, displays, and cash boxes to offer their well-loved but no-longer-used TREASURES to all of us and our passing-through visitors.

Start your search NOW for your once-precious items, and plan to join the sale. Someone else in our community will LOVE the things you have loved over the years. Share the joy!

You can set up in your own yard, or bring your “stuff” downtown. Shona will be arranging for space at the school, the Community Center, and perhaps other central locations for those who live distant from the Village Center. Contact Shona at quilbillymom to let her know you want one of these downtown spaces, and just to let her know YOU’RE IN for the big

TOWN-WIDE RUMMAGE SALE

August 21-23

More details on the sale coming soon

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ECCHO – volunteers needed

There are some folks right here in Quilcene that need assistance. Please contact ECHHO (Ecumenical Christian Helping Hands Organization) if you would like more information and have some time to help a neighbor.
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> Volunteers Needed!
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> ECHHO PROVIDES VOLUNTEER SERVICES AND LENDS MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TO RESIDENTS OF EAST JEFFERSON COUNTY
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> Travel to Medical Appointments – We give rides to medical appointments and necessary errands. At least two business days notice is needed for local trips; and more advance notice is needed for out-of-county appointments. Each person must be able to get in and out of vehicles with minimal assistance, or be accompanied by a caregiver who can assist.
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> Home and Domestic Assistance – We assist with light housekeeping: vacuuming, laundry or meal preparation on a short term basis (e.g. a person recuperating from surgery) or on an occasional basis (one or two times a month). We are available to fix a leaky faucet or loose step, or to assist with other straight-forward repairs. The care receiver must provide materials for any minor repairs. We do not do major repairs.
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> Shopping and Errands – We provide this service for folks who cannot find this support from other resources.
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> Friendly Visits – We provide these for persons who are home-bound; and occasionally we will take a person on an outing.
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> Loans of Medical Equipment – We lend wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, bath seats, commodes, hospital beds and other items free of charge to anyone who needs them.
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> By their actions, ECHHO volunteers demonstrate their desire for the type of world they want this to be. A world in which the lives of the less fortunate are valued no less than the lives of the fortunate. A world in which no one is denied care based upon income or social status. A world in which living with dignity is not a privilege, right, or benefit enjoyed only by those with more advantages than most. If you share this vision and want to help make it a reality, please contact ECHHO to find out how you can help those in need. If you are already a volunteer and know of someone who might be interested in helping, please tell them about ECHHO!
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> We are eager to hear from interested folks and welcome inquiries Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm. We can be reached at (360) 379-3246.
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> Together, we are making a difference!
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