Key Peninsula Quilters meet 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the meeting room in the Key Center Library.
This is an open group and participants work on their own projects, by hand or machine, including quilting, embroidery, general sewing, knitting and crochet. Come for the whole time or drop in to work for as long as you want.
Steve Weigley and his wife, Barbara Davenport, the owners of Packleader Farm at the north end of the Key Peninsula, train unwanted dogs to locate and save endangered species worldwide.
Key Peninsula Baptist Church (KPBC) will welcome a new senior pastor in August. Thoryold Williams brings with him a wealth of experience in church administration and youth programs, as well as a passion for ministry of all kinds.
Anna Brones is a busy woman.
Her third book has just been published. She has launched a new magazine. And she has at least two other projects percolating.
Key Peninsula artist Adria Hanson will exhibit her work during the Choctaw Cultural Meeting at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center Aug. 5. The program will include an art show, pottery, ancient weaponry, stickball, social dancing, a beading class, a language lesson and Choctaw songs.
Key Center, now with over 30 businesses, professional services and organizations, began with the ideas of two men—Alden Visell and Elmer Olson—more than 85 years ago.