Friday, March 13, 2015
Skip to 2:15 The same people own both companies, don't let them fool you into thinking otherwise.
Green Diamond is not some evil empire that just moved to Shelton. Green Diamond is Simpson with a different name.
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Friday, March 6, 2015
Sunday, March 1, 2015
Friday, February 27, 2015
|Parade heads up 7th ave|
|Making signs at Loop Field|
|Parade pauses in Front of Kneeland Park Children wave the The flag of Guatemala|
|Parade heads down highway 3|
|Signs at Loop Field|
|Some folks hung out at Kneeland park after the march|
Friday, February 20, 2015
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|From Left: Pool supporters Anne Flynn, Kadie Tsark, and Paxson Walsworth hold up signs|
in support of keeping the pool open on Railroad ave in Shelton, Washington on Thursday Feb. 19th 2015 at 4:45pm
|At 5pm Pool supporter Michelle Schreiber holds up a sign in front of the library.|
Other pool supporters can be seen in the background
|Dennis Simon hands out flyers to passing drivers. The flyers invited people|
to a meeting on how to save the pool to be held at the Civic Center on the same night at 7:pm
|Pool supporters hold up re-purposed signs in front of the library, other protesters are across the street.|
Pool supporters reused signs from other campaigns including the "Save our Air" sign on the left
|From Left Jahanel Biscay-Neal and Sara Childers rally to support the pool at 7th and Alder|
|From Left: Maddie, Laura, baby Jace and Kason McGee show their support for the pool by|
holding up signs and wearing life jackets in front of the library on 7th and Alder
|At 5:45 pm pool supporters walk from the library to Choice High School where the|
School Board is about to meet.
|Members of the public wait for the School Board meeting to begin while|
pool supporters rally below the window outside.
|At 7pm the community meets at the Shelton Civic Center to discuss options for saving the pool.|
Jacquie MacAlevy is at the podium
|Representative Drew MacEwen takes the microphone from Jacquie MacAlevy.|
He said that he will continue to pursue a $250,000 grant for the pool but only
if the School Board agrees to keep the pool open. Sally Karr is in the background.
|Representative Drew MacEwen heads back to Olympia to seek funds to|
keep the Shelton High School and Community Pool open
|Mary Jean Hrbacek speaks out against saving the High School Pool. She is holding up a copy of|
a newspaper with her full page advertisement that she said that she paid $950 to run
|Pool supporters buy items including bracelets and Tee shirts to raise funds for the pool |
after the meeting ends
|Former Shelton teacher Bill Valley signs a "Save Our Pool" sign that was originally used last year and was|
used again last night. Lots of folks have signed their names to it in support of the pool.
|Pool supporters buy items and sign petitions to raise funds for the pool after the meeting.|
|From Left Maya Thomas, Angela Anderson, and Adelle Anderson|
hold up a sign for people to look at as they leave the meeting at the Civic Center in Shelton,
Washington on Thursday Feb. 19th 2015