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October 2021 VOICE Magazine

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July 2021 VOICE Magazine

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New Art Exhibition Open for Viewing in the Windows of Downtown Olympia’s Goldberg Building

In early 2021, Olympia Artspace Alliance (OAA) approached Lauren Boilini, an art instructor at The Evergreen State College, to ask Evergreen students to host a student-curated Art in Storefronts exhibition in downtown Olympia. Evergreen seniors Athelia O’Dell and Sierra Grove agreed to take on the task of co-curating and organizing students from their “Advanced Projects in Media and Visual Arts”…

Special Three-Day Filing Period for Offices Without Candidates

A special three-day filing period will be held Wednesday, June 2 through Friday, June 4 to allow citizens to run for elected office for positions without candidates. Open positions include: School Board Director, Tenino School District No. 402, Director District No. 4  Park Commissioner, Tanglewilde Parks & Recreation, District No. 1, Positions No. 1, 2,…

June 2021 VOICE Magazine

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May 2021 VOICE Magazine

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Tourism and Dining Recruitment Event; Just in Time

WorkSource presents the Tourism and Dining Recruitment Event, a virtual hiring event targeted specifically toward those looking to hire or work in tourism and/or dining. The event is taking place on Friday, April 23 from 1:30-3:30 pm on an online platform called Brazen. Any employers or those looking for employment in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays…

2021 Thurston Green Business Awards with Keynote by Shina Wysocki of Chelsea Farms

Close to 100 businesses applied for a Thurston Green designation this year and the community will celebrate them at the Chamber’s April Forum on Thursday, April 22 at 11:00 a.m. on the virtual platform REMO. The virtual event will include a keynote address by Shina Wysocki, an owner of Chelsea Farms Oyster Bar and Vice…