Tricks, Treats and Spooktacular Fun at Capital Mall on October 31

It’s a fang-tastic celebration for little ghosts and ghouls at Capital Mall’s Lil’ Monsters Halloween Celebration! On Saturday afternoon, bring the family for a kooky, spooky time with activities like mall-wide trick-or-treating, a costume contest, meeting Disney princesses, entertainment, crafts and more. Starting at 1 p.m., children can show off their fun and creative costumes…

Transit Authority Seeks Members for its Citizen Advisory Committee

Olympia, WA –The Intercity Transit Authority seeks members for its Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC). Several positions are open including a youth position (ages 15-19). The 20-member advisory group provides input to the Authority on public transportation issues such as Dial-A-Lift policies, service changes, strategic plans, the budget, fare structures, transit amenities, and other issues. Applicants…

ACU Wins Community Service Award

  PORTLAND, OR – October 9, 2015 – America’s Credit Union (ACU) was recognized for their contributions to their local military community and philanthropy with the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award. The award was presented to ACU at the Amplify Awards hosted by the Northwest Credit Union Association in Portland, Oregon. Dora Maxwell…

LOW-COST CAT SPAY DAYS

Concern for Animals is once again offering a limited-time low-cost spay day for qualified low-income residents in Thurston, Mason and Lewis Counties. The first will be December 3 – we need to fill 20 spots. The folks that often need this kind of support do not always have computers. As you know, it is most…

Shoreline Master Program Approved

Olympia’s New Shoreline Master Program Is In Effect A seven-year effort concluded this week with an announcement that the Washington Department of Ecology had approved the City of Olympia’s proposed update of its Shoreline Master Program.  Commonly known as the ‘SMP,’ this document governs the major water bodies of Olympia and the adjacent lands. Effective…