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Community Activities and Announcements
Prince of Peace Fellowship Picnic
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 250 N. Blackberry Ave., Forks, is hosting a hamburger and hotdog summer picnic extravaganza. The community is invited to come to the Prince of Peace Barbecue and Fellowship Picnic, from 1-4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 30. All food will be provided and donations will be accepted, all funds raised will benefit Prince of Peace.
Olympic Anglers is sponsoring a Tuna Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 30. There will be a $200 entry fee per boat and fishing will take place out of LaPush from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. with weigh-in at Riverview RV Park, 33 Mora Road.
Following weigh-in and the awarding of prizes there will be a barbecue for the contestants.
Since this is the first year of the tournament, details are still being worked out, but organizer Gary Grahn is hoping that some of the catch can go to help the Forks Food Bank.
The deadline for registration is 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 29, at Riverview RV Park, 33 Mora Road. For questions or more information, contact Grahn at 360-640-4820.
West End Historical Society Picnic
The annual West End Historical Society picnic will be Saturday Sept. 6, starting at noon at the Archibald property on Lake Pleasant adjacent to the county park. Everyone is encouraged to bring a potluck dish and all are invited to attend.
Basic school supplies
PTO will be providing basic school supplies to elementary first-third and intermediate fourth-sixth grade students only. To receive supplies students, must be attending QVSD. Teachers will have school supplies available in the classroom when school starts. No home school, please.
Talking Trash at the Forks Library
In September, the Forks Library is offering a new discussion series about something everyone has in common: trash. Talking Trash will feature three engaging discussions that cover a range of waste-related topics, from the challenges of household garbage management to the accumulating debris on area beaches. Led by local and state experts, these discussions will seek to provide creative and practical solutions for reducing waste.
On Sept. 3, Forks Library remodel designer Trisa Katsikapes will offer tips and share ideas for repurposing trash-bound items into home-spun treasures.
The series wraps-up on Sept. 10 with Jon Schmidt, of Washington CoastSavers, who will lead a discussion about the increasing debris on local shores and how to get involved in cleanup efforts. All discussions are free and begin at 6:30 p.m. inside the Forks Library. Pre-registration is not required.