Ladies & Gents - You are invited to join us for the “Mighty, Motivational March” Luncheon Wed., March 11 from Noon - 1:30pm @ the United Methodist Church in Yelm - Cost $10.

Reservations required by calling: Linda 253-341-2301 or Judy 360-458-0510 (complimentary childcare available upon request).

Featuring: Sr. Benefit Choice,  Explaining Medicare Advantage by Denise Bishop & Special Speaker: Laura Loffredo on “Window of Opportunity: Get it Done!”


The next meeting of the Dogwood Garden Club will take place on Thursday, March 12 at 10:30 am and will be hosted by member Lynne Smith.  A local landscape architect will present a program on practical landscaping techniques.  If you are interested in joining our group please contact Diane Mettler at 360-832-1745 or Mary Bewley at 360-832-4910.


Arrow Lumber and Hardware Eatonville presents a Youth Piano Talent Showcase on Saturday, March 14, 9am-Noon. Open to Youth of all ages and talent levels. Sign up at the Eatonville Arrow Lumber today! Performances rated in 6 age groups: Preschool & Kindergarten, Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6, Grades 7-8, Grades 9-10, and Grades 11-12.

Prizes will be awarded to all performers. $25 for the Top Performer in each age group. Contest to be judged by Jim Kelsey, a Published Composer, Professional Piano Instructor and Adjudicator.


Eatonville Dollars for Scholars is meeting Tuesday, March 17th at 6:30 pm at Eatonville High School South Hall room 129. Please join us! Questions? Contact Sarah Boettcher boetsons@gmail.com or 360-832-3943.


The Graham Business Association meets from 7:15-9 a.m. the third Wednesday of every month at The Lodge at Frontier Park. On March 18, Steve Martinez, a CPA and attorney, will speak on choosing you legal and taxable entity.

GBA, PO Box 163, Graham WA 98338. Phone 360-832-2451


Columbia Crest is seeking 20-30 presenters for our Career Fair on March 24th,2020 from 12:00 noon till 2:00pm, from all types of industries. The school is trying to cover the following career paths: health and human services, science and natural resources, career and technical education, business management/administration and fine arts (to include culinary arts, music, etc.).

Please call our office at 360-569-2567 if you would like to present to our students. Those who come to represent should be able to speak about their job role, the benefits and challenges of the job role, and the nuts and bolts of the work they do (i.e. salary, retirement, health benefits).

Here is the schedule of events for that day:

12:00-12:30 Presenters Set Up

12:30-1:00 Assembly - each visitor introduces their name a trade. During the assembly the whole school will listen to each speaker briefly speak for 2-3 minutes.

1:00-1:30 4-8th Grade asks questions and visits booths K-3 will exit the Gym with their teachers. 4-8 will stay and stop at tables to ask specific questions and see the hands-on elements up close.

1:30-2:00 K-3rd grade asks questions visits booths 4-6 will exit the Gym with their teachers. K-3 will enter the Gym to visit the tables with their teachers to ask specific questions and see the hands-on elements up close.


Eatonville Baptist Church at 825 Eatonville HWY W in Eatonville will be hosting the Harbor Covenant Church acting troupe, who will be performing a live action version of DaVinci’s Last Supper. This is the third time they are performing here and tells the important story of the night before Jesus’ Crucifixion and gives perspective from all 12 Disciples leading up to that evening. The event is on March 28th at 6pm.


The Eatonville Library offers children’s story time at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. These events offer stories, art activities, rhymes, sings and fingerplays for children and caregivers.


Eatonville United Methodist Church will host a no-cost after-school program, called Jesus for Kids (JFK) Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. at the church for elementary- and middle-school-aged kids. There will be snacks, tutoring, crafts, games and chapel time. For more information, contact 360-832-4021, 360-832-4560 or 253-328-2344.


The Eatonville Family Agency, a nonprofit charitable organization, supports and runs the only backpack program in the Eatonville School District, which feeds around 100 children each weekend for the school year. To participate, volunteer or donate, visit the agency at the Eatonville Community Center at 305 W. Center St., in Eatonville or call 360-832-6805 for information.


This is a faith-based 12-Step Recovery Program. Become a guest at one of the weekly Celebrate Recovery meetings every Tuesday evening. The group offers childcare. Dinner is at 6 p.m., worship is at 6:30 p.m., large group time is at 7 p.m. and small groups are at 7:30 p.m. Call 360-303-7038 or visit www.TheCenterPoint.org to learn more.