Eight graduating seniors from South Puget Sound high schools recently were awarded college scholarships from the Rotary Club of South Puget Sound-Olympia. The awards were part of $13,000 in scholarships Rotary members gave to students from Oakville, Rainier, Tenino, Rochester and the New Market Skills Center. Scholarship funds will help pay for tuition and books leading to a…Details
LARC at Olympia, the newest Senior Affordable Housing Apartment Community in Olympia, is now touring and has set operating hours. Stop on by Monday through Sunday from 9:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m.
LARC is located at 3600 Forestbrooke Way SW Olympia, WA 98502. You can reach the office by calling 360.515.5248 or send an email to [email protected]
Blind Pig Spirits announced today that they have successfully completed the local, state and federal permitting process, making them the first craft distillery to open in the city of Olympia. The distillery, located at 222 Capital Way, N, Suite #111, is relocating to Olympia from their previous location in Centralia, WA. Blind Pig Spirits craft…Details
Daren Sachet, RN, has been named the coordinator of the Providence No One Dies Alone (NODA) program. Ms. Sachet replaces Frankie Shepherd, who successfully organized and implemented the program in 2009. Shepherd served until the end of 2014, when she retired from this ministry. Teresa Lynch, Director of Spiritual Care at Providence St. Peter Hospital,…Details