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For the sake of fantasy, let’s say the war shut down for just one day and all that money was sent to San Juan Island for islanders to use as they see fit. Here is how I would spend it:
First, I’d give every man, woman and child who resides on the island a real tax rebate check, at $20,000. (Cost: $15 million)San Juan foundation closer to 'saving' schools, but still needs help
Through the SOS campaign, more than 450 families have donated $94,270 and pledged $6,920. In addition, Valmark’s gift of $50,000, a gift of $10,000 from Rich and Joan Komen, and $10,000 from Roche Harbor make the total of “matching gifts” to date over $170,000.They were wrapped in love
On page 3B of The Journal of May 21, Beth Helstein wrote a book review about a diary. She inserts her personal view that the Border Patrol checkpoints are racist in nature.Program is helping families
The Family Options Program is new to DVSAS this year. It provides 12 free counseling sessions to families who are experiencing or have experienced conflicts within their families. This counseling is provided by a psychotherapist with 30 years of experience working with families.Start thinking about ‘trashion’
It was two full days of bicycle-powered live music, muffin cars and a huge maze-type contraption complete with a bowling ball navigating a claw-foot bathtub 10 feet in the air. I could go on and on, but you can “Google it.” The New York Times even has it online.Likes site, but where are blogs?
However, school district officials say an additional $125,000 in matching funds must be raised to fully restore athletic programs, instructional programs and basic services. Superintendent Michael Soltman has called a special meeting of the school board on June 11, 6 p.m. to discuss options for raising dollars necessary to fully fund the athletic program.Zee resigns as head of San Juan Islands Conservation District
But with the district now on a steady course, he decided the time has come to chase down a dream. Following a two-year tenure as district manager, Zee recently handed in his resignation and on May 30 left behind the agency and the many hats he wore.
During two years at the helm, Zee kept the district's signature programs intact and added several new ones despite grappling with turnover of the district's entire full-time staff early on. Currently, the district has four full-time staff, manager included, and two part-time employees.