Great things can grow from sharing food
and good company.
Join us for our fun, tasty, and inspiring 7th Generation Suppers, held the last Tuesday of every month at the Senior Activity Center.
Doors open at 5:45 pm; supper starts at 6 pm, followed by community announcements and program. The supper includes a sharing time and programs that explore tools to help us manage the transition to a low energy-consumption future.
We serve up a choice of two soups (at least one vegetarian), rolls, coffee, and juice, with food catered by Gere-a-Deli – yum!
- Time: 5:45 – 8:00 pm
- Place: Senior Activity Center, 1701 22nd Street, Anacortes
- Suggested Donation: $5/adult, $3/children 10 and under—or whatever you can give, we’re okay with that.
- Please bring your own bowl, cup, and place settings.
Tuesday, June 25: Restoring the Shoreline – Ecology’s Anacortes Baywide Cleanup
A century of logging on Fidalgo provided jobs and commercial products but also left behind an unintended legacy of toxic contamination along the shoreline of Fidalgo Bay and Guemes Channel. The Anacortes Baywide Cleanup Project has identified nine sites requiring remediation. The project is led by WA Dept. of Ecology in partnership with the Port of Anacortes, City of Anacortes, Samish Indian Nation and other agencies.
Betty Carteret will discuss the cleanup project focusing on the old Custom Plywood Mill site. Starting in July, Ecology will remove old mill structures, sawdust, wood debris, and toxic contaminants along the shore and intertidal zone. Come hear about the work that will be going on in Fidalgo Bay this summer and plans for restoration of the site.
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“In our every
deliberation . . .
we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.”
~From the Great Law of the Iroquois Confederacy