Notes from the Island — April 27

Posted April 27, 2022 at 8:39 am by

  • Doug DeMeer­leer’s art­work, Print­onyx’s print­ing, and Cecil DeMeer­leer’s pub­lic­i­ty efforts joined forces to raise $1,155 for the Fam­i­ly Resource Cen­ter. The funds will be used to help those impact­ed by the April 7 fire with essen­tial house­hold and fam­i­ly needs. There’s a chance that addi­tion­al prints of Doug’s paint­ing of the build­ings at the cor­ner of Spring and First Streets will be avail­able soon. We’ll keep you posted.
  • A meal train has been orga­nized for James Duke, whose part­ner Veni­ta Iver­son passed away on Sun­day. There are plen­ty of open­ings left if you’re inter­est­ing in help­ing out.
  • The OPALCO Board of Direc­tors elec­tion dead­line is today. At least 10 per­cent of co-op mem­bers must cast a vote in the elec­tion in order to achieve a quo­rum and have the elec­tion count.
  • Fri­day Har­bor High School base­ball and fast­pitch had their road games against Coupeville post­poned due to weath­er. Both teams will give it anoth­er shot today.
  • The Madrone Cel­lars & Cider tast­ing room at 40 First Street is back to their nor­mal hours, start­ing today. They’ll be open Wednes­day through Sun­day from noon to 6 p.m. Their wine gar­den is open as well.

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