It's Your Community Jul - Sep 2018

August 12, 2018

Medic One Director Kurt Harden along with staff members Erin Burgman and Preston Wallace talk about compression-only CPR. 

Janet Pearce with the State Department of Natural Resources talks about the danger of wildfires.

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August 5, 2018

Thurston County Emergency Management coordinator Sonya Korese talks about the county's new alert notification system. 

Debbie Haddock and Beth Capek with the Little Red School House describe the distribution of school supplies and clothing to kids in need as they go back to school.

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July 29, 2018

Jennifer Williamson-Forster, Executive Director of the South Sound Reading Foundation, talks about the importance of getting children to read and the "Books by the Bay" event August 3. 

"Little Hollywood" blogger Janine Gates talks about the importance of local news reporting.

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July 22, 2018

Stacey Waterman-Hoey, director of Arbutus Folk School, talks about promoting unique forms of art such as rock sculpting and wood carving.

Laurence Reeves with the Capitol Land Trust talks about preserving natural lands and working forests and farms.

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July 15, 2018

Kevin Gleim with the Parkland/Spanaway Rotary Club talks about supporting a golf course designed especially for disabled veterans. 

Patti Belmonte, Executive Director of the Hands On Children's Museum, talks about Summer Splash!

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July 8, 2018

Rebekah Graham, Director of Volunteer Services for Catholic Community Services of Mason, Lewis, and Thurston Counties talks about needing volunteers to help seniors and disabled people in need. 

Debbie Laur, Commanding Officer of the Capitol Battalion of the Sea Cadets, describes how her organization helps young people develop discipline and direction in their lives.

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July 1, 2018

Kim Young with Wolf Haven talks about saving the wolf population. 

Danny Burkett with Stand Up for Kids explains how his organization helps young people at risk.

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