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Letters to the Editor
To the editor: Because of its close proximity to the Sakai property sought by the parks department and its central position among so many of Bainbridge public school campuses, the fate of the city-owned Suzuki property on the northwest corner of Sportsman’s Club Road and New Brooklyn has been the subject of much commentary lately.
Community Events, March 2015
To the editor: If you don’t yet know about SPACECRAFT, Bainbridge Island’s nonprofit performance group sharing space with the Island Music Guild in Rolling Bay, you need to soon.
To the editor: Little League International was founded more than 75 years ago by Carl Stoltz in Williamsport, Pa. It’s the largest organized youth sports organization in the world with more than 200,000 teams across the globe. What is more amazing than the size and breadth of Little League is the fact that it started with only three teams in Williamsport which were sponsored by three local businesses: Lundy Lumber, Lycoming Dairy and Jumbo Pretzel.
To the editor: Climate: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” — “The Lorax,” Dr. Seuss.
To the editor: We at “People for Parks” want to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to the residents of Bainbridge Island. A 69 percent victory for the new park in Winslow was a resounding affirmation of the Island’s commitment to preserving open space and providing recreational opportunities for future generations of islanders.