There will be around 125 turkey meals given away in the Peninsula High School auditorium today at 10 a.m. by the Christian Faith Center, according to Dustin Langley, member of the church staff. 600 more words
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Orca sightings never fail to get the blood pumping, and keyboards going on social media.
“Looks like an orca/killer whale is trapped or dying out in front of Maple Hollow… it’s not moving… should this be reported to some state agency?” writes Terri Mountjoy-Pepka on the Facebook group’s Key Peninsula Washington page early Tuesday morning. 248 more words
Update: The burn ban has now been elevated to Stage 2, which basically means homeowners will need an approved designation from the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency to burn. 193 more words
It was a rewarding lesson in public service for about a dozen Boy Scouts as they sorted through hundreds of bags of food they had just collected from neighborhoods on the Key Peninsula. 807 more words
’Tis the holiday season and the need for food grows.
Boy Scout Troop 220 will be driving around neighborhoods today to collect dry goods and canned food from neighborhoods on the Key Peninsula to deliver to the Community Services Food Bank in Lakebay. 493 more words
Like a message in a bottle, Jon Goods sent out a plea to the Key Peninsula on Facebook.
A large Douglas fir had just fallen on his house, a 31-foot motor coach, blown over by the strong winds Tuesday night. 750 more words