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You may be perplexed over what Washington’s May 24 Democratic Presidential Primary means, especially if you participated in the March 24 Democratic precinct caucuses. But I encourage you to vote!
Community Events, May 2016
Thanks go out to all Orcas Islanders who donated to the Skagit Habitat for Humanity's Store truck. During the three hours the truck was parked at Island Market on the 4th of April, donors came by to provide items that can be reused. The truck left filled. This visit was, once again, coordinated with Pete Moe, executive director of Orcas Recycling Services and The Exchange, and was a continuing and growing relationship between SHFH and ORS. If fact, Pete helped with the process at the truck, and got to meet donors and talk to them about the coming reopening of The Exchange. Donor comments dramatically emphasized how much islanders are eager for The Exchange to be back in business.
Please pay attention to the upcoming SJI Food Co-op annual meeting Monday, March 21 at 5:30 pm at Brickworks
My name is Maureen Marinkovich and I am running for a seat on the board of our food co-op, of which I am a founding member.
You may have noticed that this is a presidential election year. The majority of states hold primary elections to select presidential candidates, while 13 states hold caucuses for this purpose.