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Exhibits, animals, food, entertainment and rides — it’s all at the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
Jeff Pritchard never imagined that an afternoon sitting in the sun on his parent’s deck would result in an octopus sighting.
He’s looking forward to golf and traveling.
Most everybody around Bainbridge Island knows Tom McCloskey. Since he retired in 2012, he’s been active in many community organizations, especially the Rotary Club of Bainbridge.
Hundreds of people will gather along Eagle Harbor on July 4th, as dusk nears. Just like the previous seven years, they’ll be anticipating the Grand Old Fourth’s fireworks show. The 15-minute show, which boasts of great pyrotechnics, will end what has been a three-day Celebrate Bainbridge extravaganza.
Celebrate Bainbridge means a great weekend of fun on Bainbridge Island.
Vicki and Jim Reilly would be the first to admit that they never know what they might find at the Lynwood Community Market. And that’s half the fun of coming.
It’s the world’s largest garage sale. Or so say the members of the Rotary Club of Bainbridge.
Highway relief will be temporary, however.
Anyone who lives in or near Bremerton knows that it’s a Navy town. And they come out in full force to celebrate that on Armed Forces Day each year.
Anyone who has attended Bremerton’s Armed Forces Day parades in the past knows Burke Waldron. He’s the “aging” U.S. Navy veteran in his dress whites, walking the entire distance of the parade.
Just how do you get 100-plus floats, bands, horse patrols, military ensembles and various princesses to line up in order? Ask Chris Funke.
There will be a special float in this year’s Armed Forces Day Parade. And many of those at the parade will recognize it.
The Flag Code, which formalizes and unifies the traditional ways in which respect is given to the U.S. flag, also contains specific instructions on how the flag is not to be used.
Don’t leave the 2016 Armed Forces Day Parade early or you’ll miss the motorcycles. As in past years, the Combat Veterans International Chapter 5 motorcycle group is the last entry in the parade.
Keynote speaker Tony Ventrella will tell some stories — and talk about staying happy as you grow older.
Jerry Mecham and Karen Kline are shining examples of how cardiac conditioning can help heart attack survivors regain their physical stamina.
Charlie was an 84-year-old veteran who lived in Kitsap County. He had moved away, but came home to retire here. He didn’t have any family members close by.
They’re helping seniors get their needs met. They serve as advisers. But they’ve all encountered their own unique issues navigating the needs of seniors.