Over 1,000 Volunteers Expected to Participate in United Way of Thurston County’s 25th Annual Day of Caring

On September 22 and 23, Thurston County residents can expect to see over one thousand volunteers wearing LIVE UNITED t-shirts pulling weeds, painting buildings and cleaning sidewalks. It is about team building, giving back and helping organizations in need. Day of Caring has become an event that shuts down offices as employees hit the streets…

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New Affordable Rental Acquired by Homes First

Homes First, Thurston County’s leader in providing affording affordable rental homes, is pleased to announce the newest addition to their 37 property portfolio. Since 1990, Homes First has served our community in a unique way – acquiring and renovating pre-existing homes and ensuring they remain in the affordable housing market forever. Homes First chooses to…

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Olympia Federal Savings Announces Mike Bowen as New Senior Technology Officer

Olympia Federal Savings is pleased to announce that Mike Bowen has joined the organization as its new Senior Technology Officer. Bowen’s principal responsibilities will be to oversee all information technology (IT) initiatives and activities, including all technology systems, core processor management, vendor relationships and other related initiatives. He will work closely with the organization’s executive and…

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Nursing Program Earns Pre-Accreditation Status

The Nursing Program at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) has officially been granted initial candidacy status from the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA) starting July 2017.  The pre-accreditation status is the first step for the Nursing Program to achieve national accreditation within a three-year timeline. The program applied…

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