Notes from the Island — April 27
Posted April 27, 2022 at 8:39 am by Jeff Arnim
- 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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