H.P.C. Credit Union Presents Check to Future Alpena Dog Park

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThanks to kind hearts, and lots of donations the Alpena Dog Park is getting closer to being created in the city of Alpena. Last week H.P.C. Credit Union decided to do a bake sale to help raise funds for the future park.Executive Assistant, Jenny Corn said she and the H.P.C. staff were very busy creating treats. Thanks to the bake sale the ladies were able to collect over $1,000 to go towards the future dog park.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena Dog Park, H.P.C. Credit UnionContinue ReadingPrevious Residents Tell WBKB News What They’re Doing for EasterNext City of Alpena Fire Department Holds Traininglast_img read more

Port of Olympia, City of Olympia Seek Volunteers for Paddle to…

first_imgFacebook5Tweet0Pin0Submitted by the Port of OlympiaThe City of Olympia and the Port of Olympia are welcoming community members who would like to volunteer for the 2016 Paddle-to-Nisqually Canoe Journey landing in downtown Olympia on July 30, 2016. The City and Port are partnering with the Nisqually Indian Tribe on the event.Volunteers are needed for a variety of activities including volunteer support, the Green Team, hospitality and information, transportation and safety and security. The Landing Day activities will take place at NorthPoint at the tip of the Port of Olympia peninsula. The tribe is expecting approximately 18,000 people to attend and witness the landing of more than 120 canoes representing more than 50 tribes from the Pacific Northwest, Canada, and Alaska. To sign up as a volunteer for the July 30 Landing Day, visit the Port of Olympia’s website at portolympia.com/328.  From July 31 to August 6, 2016, the canoe journey events will move to the Nisqually Indian Reservation where most of the protocol events will be held on a 40-acre site prepared for seven days of dancing, storytelling, visiting, and protocol. Anyone interested in volunteering for those events should contact the Nisqually Indian Tribe directly.last_img read more