Notes from the Island — May 23
Posted May 23, 2022 at 6:00 am by Jeff Arnim
- Friday Harbor High School baseball fell to Kalama High School 9–0 on Saturday in the opening round of the 2B state tournament held in Brewster, ending the Wolverines’ season.
- Mama Bird Farm’s spring mix is being harvested this morning and will arrive in all three grocery stores by late afternoon.
- Cecil’s Electronics and Photo is open again.
- Space is still available in the five-day wilderness first responder course being hosted by Spring Street International School August 3–7.
- San Juan Island Fire & Rescue is holding an open house this Saturday, May 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their headquarters on Mullis Street. There will be exhibitions and demonstrations and the Firefighters Association will be providing barbecued hot dogs, chips, and drinks.
- Merri Ann Simonson of Coldwell Banker has written a detailed article that outlines the financial incentives and challenges associated with operating a property as a vacation rental versus a long-term rental on San Juan Island.
- The State of Washington has launched a website that contains information on the progress of implementing each of the 49 recommendations from the Governor’s Southern Resident Killer Whale Task Force.
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