July Lunch Program Listings
07/02 PTRC “Vision 2020”
07/9 Cleaning Up with Code Compliance
07/16 Hannah Seligmann North Olympic Salmon Coalition
07/23 OlyCap’s affordable housing proposal
07/30 Status report at the Fort & PDA Dave Robinson, Exectutive Director
The North Olympic Salmon Coalition works to promote robust wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies by furthering habitat restoration and education on the North Olympic Peninsula. We are one of fourteen Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, working directly with State agencies, tribal governments and local communities across the Olympic Peninsula.
NOTE! THIS MEETING WILL BE AT PTYC
City of Port Townsend Code Compliance Officer, Katie Quesada, explains what Code Enforcement entails and how it makes a difference in the lives of City residents and visitors. “Garbage and roosters and setbacks oh my!” Where can you find such variety in one job? Code Enforcement is a melting pot of duties and calls for service, where a typical day is anything but typical.
Club committees will meet at lunchtime to outline/review fundraising and action goals for the 2019-20 Rotary year and will then have an opportunity to share their goals with the club. Currently not on a committee? Choose an area of interest and join in!”
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Presented by Dale Wilson, Olympic Community Action Programs has a preliminary plan for building affordable housing in Jefferson County. The plan is to build 44 units of affordable housing and an early childhood education center on county-owned property at Seventh and Hendricks streets in Port Townsend.
July Lunch Program Listings
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Service Above Self
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07/02 PTRC “Vision 2020”
07/9 Cleaning Up with Code Compliance
07/16 Hannah Seligmann North Olympic Salmon Coalition
The North Olympic Salmon Coalition works to promote robust wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies by furthering habitat restoration and education on the North Olympic Peninsula. We are one of fourteen Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, working directly with State agencies, tribal governments and local communities across the Olympic Peninsula.
City of Port Townsend Code Compliance Officer, Katie Quesada, explains what Code Enforcement entails and how it makes a difference in the lives of City residents and visitors. “Garbage and roosters and setbacks oh my!” Where can you find such variety in one job? Code Enforcement is a melting pot of duties and calls for service, where a typical day is anything but typical.
Club committees will meet at lunchtime to outline/review fundraising and action goals for the 2019-20 Rotary year and will then have an opportunity to share their goals with the club. Currently not on a committee? Choose an area of interest and join in!”
07/30 Status report at the Fort & PDA Dave Robinson, Exectutive Director
07/23 OlyCap’s affordable housing proposal
NOTE! THIS MEETING WILL BE AT PTYC
Presented by Dale Wilson, Olympic Community Action Programs has a preliminary plan for building affordable housing in Jefferson County. The plan is to build 44 units of affordable housing and an early childhood education center on county-owned property at Seventh and Hendricks streets in Port Townsend.
July Lunch Program Listings
07/02 PTRC “Vision 2020”
07/9 Cleaning Up with Code Compliance
07/16 Hannah Seligmann North Olympic Salmon Coalition
The North Olympic Salmon Coalition works to promote robust wild salmon stocks for families, fishers, and local economies by furthering habitat restoration and education on the North Olympic Peninsula. We are one of fourteen Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, working directly with State agencies, tribal governments and local communities across the Olympic Peninsula.
City of Port Townsend Code Compliance Officer, Katie Quesada, explains what Code Enforcement entails and how it makes a difference in the lives of City residents and visitors. “Garbage and roosters and setbacks oh my!” Where can you find such variety in one job? Code Enforcement is a melting pot of duties and calls for service, where a typical day is anything but typical.
Club committees will meet at lunchtime to outline/review fundraising and action goals for the 2019-20 Rotary year and will then have an opportunity to share their goals with the club. Currently not on a committee? Choose an area of interest and join in!”
© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
07/30 Status report at the Fort & PDA Dave Robinson, Exectutive Director
07/23 OlyCap’s affordable housing proposal
NOTE! THIS MEETING WILL BE AT PTYC
Presented by Dale Wilson, Olympic Community Action Programs has a preliminary plan for building affordable housing in Jefferson County. The plan is to build 44 units of affordable housing and an early childhood education center on county-owned property at Seventh and Hendricks streets in Port Townsend.